Murdock High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Murdock, NE)
- Class of 1950
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When the famous speed King, Kenneth Streich, was on his annual
vacation to New York, he got the idea he would like to see an
opera. As he motored down Broadway he was blinded by the bright
lights of Metropolitan Opera. Amanda Ahrensmeier was staring as
Carmen. Kenneth was astonished to see his long lost girl friend
who disappeared from Murdock years ago, Kenneth couldn't wait un-
til the finals so he could go back stage and congratulate Amanda
on her fine performance. Amanda informed Kenneth that she was
married to a rich oil man and they have had four kiddies ranging
sad news, Kenneth dis-
the Captiol of United
States. When he arlived in Washington D. C. he found the weather
undersirable. It was raining so hard he had to take a taxi to
the Willard Hotel. Soon his taxi arrived, or should we say, it
slowed down for a landing. The door of the taxi was opened by a
good looking, young man, who said in his shy way, WTO where
mister?W The shock of seeing his old class-mate Speed Lannin, was
to much for Kenneth. He fell over in a dead faint and had to be
rushed to the hosptial immediately. When Kenneth regained con
sciousness, he saw a dark eyed nurse whose face seemed to be
familiar. He asked her who she was and she said her name, as he
suspected, was Margaret Thiel. He found out it was his old class
mate Maggie, who always wanted to be a nurse. 'Maggie was now
Mrs. Albert Einstein Junior, and was living in a mansion in Wash-
ington D. C.
When Kenneth was better, he left for Hollywood California, the
land of eternal sunshine. He decided to go by plane. On the
plane he met a stewardess, who was no other than Marilyn
Wehrmann. She took special preparations to give him everything
he wanted for fear of losing her job. Kenneth also found out she
was married to a boy from Waverly who was flying the plane and
their son was just learning to fly. When he found out she was in
from two to twelve. After hearing the
appointed in New York, decided to see
the same plane ne started to hunt for a parachute to bail out.
On the last lap of his journey he stopped at a ranch house in
Texas to let his new car cool. He knocked on the door to see if
he could get water for the radiator. To his surprise the owner
of the ranch was Charles Hemke, he started asking many ques-
tions and found out the ranch was left to him by his rich uncle,
and it was ten miles square and he had twenty thousand head of
cattle and five thousand head of purebred Arabian horses. When
he got home his wife and two sons were real glad to see him and
so was his class sponsor, Mr. Gakemeier. He held the position as
the Dean of Notre Dame.
Kenneth is so glad he has seen all his friends again and he
hoped they will visit him so they can all recall their days at
' In the year of 1938, six future pilots came to
!, MURDOCK CONQOLIDATED SCHOOL to receive their training
ff ' These pilots were Carl Leland Bornemeier-Doris Dean-
'Y'!- ' Ruth Guehlstorff-Vern Lau-Willis Rase-Margaret Thiel.
Senior Class History
In their second year of instruction Doris Dean and Carl
Bornemeier did not continue their study to be pilots.
They entered the third year of training with out Ruth
Guehlstorff but gained a new pilot, Kenneth gtreioh. The in-
structor for these three years was Miss Paulene Kroh.
The fourth year of training brought us a new girl pilot,
Marilyn Wehrmann, bringing company for our 'only other girl of
the class. Our instructor was Miss Louise Adams.
Philip Hughes, joined our class.
Kenneth Wilson, anxious to be a pilot Joined
our little group in the sixth year. We were now
training under Miss Margaret Rassumson CMrs. Lyle
In' our fifth year of flying Gordon Lannin and S-
Mrs. Rhoda Paap, our seventh year instructor helped us fly on
toward the future. Kenneth Wilson left us to go to school in
Our eighth and last year of Preliminary training was under
the instruction of Mrs. Doris Frolich. During this year' Philip
Hughes left for Ashland. We were now ready for our last four
years of training before we fly into the future.
We once again started with six members into our' last four
years of wider learning. These pilots were-
? Margaret Thiel-Marilyn Wehrmann-Willis Dean Rasa
dQR,i,"s0 ' Kenneth Streich-Gordon annin and Vern Lau. One
vwiiyl 0 day as we were soloing'we landed to pick R up
,LQ5' 0'L 9 Amanda Ahrensmeier and Midge Proctor, with hiss
.0 l Q 'J " Brodrick as our instructor.
Our Sophomore trip proved eventful as we gained a new pilot-
Charles Hemke. We lost Midge Proctor to Louisville, and Vern
Lau decided to change his course to farming. Our instructor was
Our Junior flight was uneventful as far as gaining or losing
3 pilot, Mr. Blount was now our supervisor.
ln our last year of flight training Willis Rase
left us. Mr. Gakemeier is leading us into the
future, and helping us in our last year of insturc
tion. Our class roll is now-Amanda Ahrensmeier-
Charles Hemke-Margaret Thiel-Gordon Lannin-Marilyn
we six SENIORS will now be given our pilots licenses to help
us fly upward and onward into the gleaming future.
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I, Margaret Ann Thiel will my ability to receive A's in subjects
to my brother, Albert Thielg center back postion in volleyball to
Mabel Luetchansg cheerleading ability to Elizabeth Bucky job as
Editor of the Bulldog Barx to Franklin Millsg ambition to become
a nurse to Janet Kupkeg my brother Albert, to Sue Colbertg quiet-
ness to Merle McDonaldg personality to Roger Bornemeierg glasses
to Raymond Schaeferg Job as activity manager to Robert Lanning
volleyball ability to Joan Jordang dark hair to Helen Galena. To
all of my underclassmen the best of luck and happiness.
I, Kenneth Streich will my licorice to Mabel Luetchensg big feet
to Myrna Brunkowg pickup to Albert Thiel so he can take Sue
Colbert outg wavey hair to Robert Lannin and my ability to roam
to Roger Bornemeierg my blue eyes to Raymond Schaefer and my
track shoes to Joan Jordan.
I, Amanda Ahrensmeier will my height to Robert Lanning ability in
volleyball to Joan Jordang front seat in the assembly to anyone
who needs it. My cheerleading ability to one of the sophomore
girlsg friendship with Mr. Blount to Merle McDonald and my dark
hair to Marilyn Miller. My Job as Editor-In-Chief of the Annual
to Lyle Buellg mischievousness to Mabel Luetchensg ability of
talking to Dayle Streich. I wish all the underclassmen and
teachers the best of luck
I Gordon Lannin will one third of h 1 hth t d
Kastens, Gene McDonald, and Gerald Kupkgf grgdgs to Dgylgrgtggigi
and Richard Eennyg my blue eyes to Merlin Heinkeg black hair to
Val Brummer REDW. My speed to Myron Oehlerkingg my letter in
football to anyone who would like to see Murdock high playing
gggggill. I wish the best of luck to everyone in Murdock High
I, Marilyn Adeene Wehrmann will my five feet seven inches to
Frederick Kastensg 120 pounds to Joan Jordang spiking ability in
volleyball to Ruth Ahrensmeier so that in the future she will not
knock her fellow team-mates out when she hits the ballg ability
to Ntalkn to Myrna Brunkow which she needs with Merlin Reinke and
my mischievous to Leroy Timm even though he doesn't need itg
ability to argue with Mr. Blount to Janet Kupkeg Piano playing
to Shirley Kupkeg buick rides to NO ON . I wish the best of
luck to all the underclassmen and tEose coming in.
I, Charles E. Hemke will my seat beside William Zoz to lmrilyn
Millerg height to Frederick Kastensg big fest to Roger Bornemeierg
good looks to Dayle Streich which I hope it will be well usedg
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Ieuond- liwin Jochim- Dorothy CFl5UTC-KHTEU Kruse-Carole Hurrill
Frrol YeiGin'vr-Tiss Nrunkom,
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Juv Ulcck-Ji4rilyn Lindell-Ynndd Lee Clark-Jack Lindell.
Juwond- Jennie Veisinuer-Barbarf Lwsffns-Juuith Hills-linda Ease
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Homer and Auburn, Nebraska.
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second- Marilyn Miller-Nobel Luetcnens-Anne iuoxgclz.
This sexLeL went to une music oonteszs JL hanging loner
Auburn, Nebraska. The songs which LQEY sons were Hmobin In
Quinn und Wky Prayer For Todeyn.
Left to rirht front- Jeanine Schliefert-Merle McDonald-jlizebetn
Buck-Oliver Kupke Holland Stock- Franklin Kills-Kyrna Brunkow-
Marilyn Miller-Jnlrley hupne.
oecono- Gene McDonald-auth Guenlstorff- Lyle Buell-Elmer Killer-
Sheron Bornemeicr-Anne Bucnholz-Que Colbert.
Unird- Bill moz- Verle Reickman- Frederick Kastens- Ur. Hunt-
Herr ret Kupke-Marilyn Henrmann-Myron Oenlerking-Gerald Kupke.
Bend was again organized at the start of school. Mr. Hunt was
our very capable instructor and many pretty waltzs, marches, and
popular tunes floured up from the gym. Tie group went to the
music contest at Keeping Water this year. Tney played WFortunia
Cverture.N Tne bond needs more members, but they will lose only
one player tnis yeer, Marilyn Uehrmann, a senior.
leit to rirht- Marilyn Hiller- Shirley Kupke-Myrna Loy Brunkow
mhe quartet will play W5erenadeu by Hayden.
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ihrensmvivr-Ruth Guwhlftorff-Myrna Lrvnknw-and rdYL4YfL'.h1g .
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this year are from left to right-front- Shirley Kupke-Margaret
Thiel- Myrna Brunkow- Marilyn Wehrmsnn- Jeanine Sohllefert-Ruth
Second- Charles Hemke-Elizabeth Buck-Director-Mies Rhoten-Carolyn
Third- Russel Krscklow- Donald Neben- Myron Oshlerking- Merle
The tryouts for the Declamstory contest at Peru were held March
seventh and eighth. Margaret Thiel was chosen to give her read-
ing 'what is America?' in the oratorical group, Carolyn Stock was
chosen to give 'Elizabeth the Queen' in the dramatic group, and
Marilyn Wehrmann with 'Laugh Clown Laugh' in the humorous group.
The contest at Peru was held on March twenty-fourth. Merle
McDonald, Charles Hemke, Frederick Kasten, and Donald Neben also
attended this contest and gave a one-act play entitled, 'If Men
Played Cards as Women Do.' Those attending received the follow-
ing ratings-Margaret Thiel-Excellent, Carolyn Stock-Excellent,
and Marilyn Wshrmann-Good. The boys have not received their rat-
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iobert Tnnnin-Lyle Tuell-Merle YcDonald-Albert Thiel.
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Qeichmnn-Franklin Vills-Vyron Oehlerkinp.
mio bmsketbwll team of Murdock High had a very Successful
qdrr. m.e trophy held by Qobert Imnnin is the Cass County
'hnmpionsnip troppy won at Elmwood. fha boys won 10 games and
lost tLrPH. The tewm wili suffer the loss of only one player,
forion Innnin, a senior.
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Thimgan, secretly left the sleeping city of Murdocg on their en-
joyable and memorable sneak-day. Mr. Gakemeier and Eldred drove
the seniors in their new automobiles to Omaha. By the time they
reached the first stop of the day, Offutt Field, the group had
shaken off their sleepyness and were very thrilled in watching the
large and small aircrafts taking off, and the other sights of the
field. After leaving here they journeyed to the Swifts Packing
House. It was very educational, but a few came out feeling a
little sick. This completed the mornings sight seeing tour, 1 and
they ate an early lunch so they could be on hand for the televis-
ion at l2:L5. During the show they got a close up of how televis-
ion is run and they all enjoyed it immensely. The seniors found
Jcstens Memorial to be very interesting. Since they all like pot-
ato Chips and Ice Cream they went through the Kitty Clover and
Fairmont Ice Cream Plant. Here they received packages of chips
and an Ice Cream Tart. They spent the evening by going to the
Hockey game, where they enjoyed the game very much. They, after
lunch, returned happy but worn out in the early morning hours to
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Josh Sprlggins--Her husband ----------------------- Gordon Lannin
Professor Snow--A scientist --------------------- Kenneth Streich
Jack--A tramp ---------------------- --------------- Merlin Reinke
Janet Harris--The Professor's neice -------------- Margaret Thiel
Sally Hall-Her friend ----------------- -------- Marilyn Wehrmann
Jim Stevens--A novelist --------------------------- Charles Hemke
Madame Zelda--Friend of the Spirits --------------- Carolyn Stock
This mystery-comedy was given April 21. The audience laughed
at the droll antics of Josh and Lizzy as they searched for their
pets through out the long and mysterious night. They screamed
with Sally as she saw falling pictures and hands reaching out for
her. They were thrilled when Madame Zelda conducted a talk to her
Spirit friends. They also wondered who the tramp, Jack, was, who
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to see Janet give in to the well meaning, but blunderlng Jim.
people shuddered when the white, wiskered face of Professor
with his test tube, came into view.
A turn of events sends Janet into the arms of Jim, and
into Jacks arms.
The Senior Class wishes to thank Merlin Reinke, a Junior, and
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