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French Latin Commercial English
Helen Blake Fern Bloom Gladys Bona
Spanish C'erk English
Prudence Bostwick Paul Bourns Jock Boyd Florence Briber
General Education Social Studies Social Stu ies Librariarljt.
Jusiin Brierly Alden Brooks Ruby Bunnell
English ,Social Studies French
George Cavender Harry Charlesworth Hero Conesny
Social Studies Malhemafics
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Librarian English Social Studies Latin, German
Kenneth Gorsline William Green Greenslit Edith Henry
Mathematics Science English Art
Mrs, Holcombe Helen Hunter George Jensen Bernhardina Johnson
Cafeteria English I' Social Studies Latin
Ruth Johnson Kenneth Julsrud Lopez Knechl David Koger
Physical Education Physical Education Spanish Mechanical Drawing
Ralph Korklin Genevieve Kreiner Roberta Leigh
General Education English English
Mary Livesey Mary Lowe William Mahin Oscar Marinoff
Home Economics fl. English Science j X' , Mathematics
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Jack Mclntosh Margaret McNally Milton Molien
Science Commercial Science
Mary Moore Fareeda Moorhead Mina Murchison Frances Nelson
Home Economics Music Social Studies Commercial
Janice Rose Newmeyer Winfield Niblo Milton Nicholson Bertha Norman
Commercial Commercial Industrial Arts Library Clerk
Edgar Olander Adolph Panek Melvin Payne
Commercial Industrial Arts Social Studies
Clarence Pearson Ralph Pitts Ralph Putnam Rita Putnam
Mathematics English, Social Studies Latin, Commercial Clerk
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Physical Education Social Studies Mathematics
Elizabeth Sparhawk Elizabeth St. John Virginia Stearns Bernice Sullivan
Social Studies General Education Social Studies Commercial
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George Syer Selina Taub Robert Taylor
Science Commercial Head Custodian
Clarence Thompson Fred Ticen Maria Valdez
Science Science Spanish
George Wagner William Watlington Clarence Whipple Rolliffe Wright
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Junior Escort5 Clubs: Pre-Medics 35 Seraph Sisters.
Committees: Class Day, Chairman 35 Small "D"5 Drama Club
Play 35 Spotlight 2, 35 Clubs: Drama Club 2, 35 "4I" Club 35
Head Girl 35 Student Council 35 National Honor 35 Committees:
Junior Prom5 Red and White Day 2, 35 Small "D"5 Junior Escort5
Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 35 "4I" Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer I, 25 Seraph
Sisters, President 35 Sports Club I5 Cranmer Posture Award I5 D.
A. R. Citizenship Award5 Inter-Club Council 35 May Queen At-
tendant I, 25 P. T. A. Fashion Show 35 Sophomore Council I.
Student Council 25 Junior Class President5 Sophomore Class Vice-
President5 Committees: Homecoming Day 25 Howdy Day 25 Jun-
ior Prom Chairman5 Sophomore Prcm5 Red and White Day I, 25
Tennis I, 25 Football 35 Angelus 2, 35 Delegate Assembly 35
Clubs: Congress 35 "D" Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer 25 "AI" Club I,
2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 International Relations I, 2, Vice-President 25
Ski Club 2, 3.
ALLSTUN, LEO W.
Delegate Assembly 35 Math Exhibit 3.
AN DERSON, ROBERT
ANDERSON, SUSANN E
Committees: Senior Barn Dance 35 Clubs: "AI" Club I, 2, 35
Minerva I, 2, 35 Ski 35 Spanish 2, 3.
National Honor 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Clubs: Aeronautics I5 "D"
Club 2, 35 Euclidians 2, 35 "AI" Club I, 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Finance5 Delegate Assembly 35 Clubs: "4I"
Club5 International Relations I.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance5 Gold "D"5 Clubs: "AI" Club 2,
35 Junto I, 2, 35 Sports Club 2, 35 White Jackets 2, 3.
AREVIAN, MARY CATHERINE
Committees: Senior Barn Dance 35 Junior Escort5 Clubs: "4I"
Club5 Seraph Sisters 3.
Clubs: Cruisers I, 2.
Committees: Senior Prom 35 Club: Minerva I, 2, 3.
Junior Escort5 Clubs: Drama 35 Seraph Sisters 35 Spanish 3.
Committees: Red and White Day 25 Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 3.
BAKER, BARBARA ELLEN
Committees: Junior Prom5 Red and White Day I5 Delegate As-
sembly 25 Clubs: Clio I, 2, 35 "4I" Club I, 2, 3.
BAKER, BEVERLY ANN
Committees: Howdy Day I5 Junior Prom5 Red and White Day I5
Senior Barn Dance, Co-chairmon5 Senior Prom5 Delegate Assem-
bly 35 Spotlight 35 Clubs: Clio I, 2, 3, Vice-President 35 "Al"
Club I, 2, 35 White Jackets 35 May Queen Attendant 2.
Club: Twin Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3.
Club: Twin Club 2, 3.
Committees: Red and White Day I5 Library Staff 35 Clubs:
Cruisers I, 2, 35 "4I" Club 2, 35 Selected Glee.
National Honor 35 Committees: Math Exhibit 25 Sophomore Prom5
Library Staff I5 Clubs: Euclidians 25 Fencing I5 "4l" Club l, 2,3.
BARN ETTE, MARGARET MAY
Committees: Junior Prom, Co-chairman5 Delegate Assembly 25
Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, Vice-President 35 Astronomy l, 25 Commer-
cial l, 25 Cruisers l, 25 "4l" Club l, 2, 3.
Committees: Junior Prom, Co-chairman5 Pave the Parking Lot 25
Senior Prom5 Delegate Assembly l, 25 Library Staff l, 25 Clubs:
"4l" Club5 Junior Chamber of Commerce5 P. T. A. Panel 2.
BATCH ELDER, JEAN
Clubs: Cruisers 35 "Al" Club5 Pre-Medics 3.
Committees: Red and White Day 35 Senior Prom5 Clubs: Cruisers
l, 2, 35 "4l" Club 2, 3.
BATE, ROGER R.
National Honor 2, 35 Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Co-chair-
mang Clubs: Astronomy I, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 35
"4l" Club 2, 35 Band 25 Orchestra l, 25 Math Exhibit 2, 3.
Basketball 2, 35 Track 35 Clubs: "D" Club 2, 35 "4l" Club 3.
Clubs: Debate 2, 35 "4l" Club l, 2, 35 French l, 2, 35 Minerva 1,
2, 35 Seroph Sisters 3.
BEER, CLARK DAVID
National Honor 35 Committees: Senior Picnic5 Swimming I, 2, 35
All-city 35 Clubs: "D" Club l, 2, 35 "Al" Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35
Pre-Medics 2, 35 Red Jackets 2, 3.
BEESLEY, FRED J.
Committees: Sophomore Prom5 Library Staff5 Clubs: Euclidians 25
Committees: Red and White Day 25 Drama Club Play 35 Wood-
bury Contest 35 Clubs: Drama Club 35 "4l" Club 2, 35 Junior
Chamber of Commerce 2, 35 International Relations 2, 3.
Committees: Junior Prom5 Sophomore Prom5 Sophomore Skit5
Small "D"5 Clubs: Clio I, 2, 35 "Al" Club l, 2, 35 Sports Club l,
25 White Jackets 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Barn Donce5 Sophomore Prom5 A Cappella l,
2, 35 Big Broadcast 25 Christmas Pageant l, 2, 35 Drama Club
Play 25 Clubs: "4l" Club 35 French l, 25 Madrigal Choir 35 Ser-
oph Sisters 35 White Jackets 2, 3.
Clubs: "4l" Club 2, 35 Pre-Medics l, 2, 3, Secretary 25 Square
Dancing 35 Thalia 2, 35 P. T. A. Fashion Show Hostess 3.
Clubs: "4l" Club5 Selected Glee.
BERGE, WILLIAM G.
Junior Class Vice-President5 Committees: Junior Prom5 Senior
Auditing Chairman5 Senior Barn Dance5 Sophomore Prom5 Ring
and Pin Committee 25 Angelus 2, 3, Business Manager 35 Clubs:
Congress 2, 35 Euclidians 2, 35 Sophomore Council.
BERGUN DTHAL, DOROTHY LOU ISE
Clubs: Archery Club 35 Aviation Club l5 Bible Research Club I,
2, 35 "4l" Club5 Spanish Club 35 Thalia 35 Tri-Y 3.
Clubs: Minerva 2, 35 Spanish 2, 35 Thalia l.
BEVANS, MARGARET ANN
Clubs: Girl Reserves I5 La Belle 25 Seroph Sisters5 Spanish Club 25
BIGELOW, ROBERT L.
Committees: Senior Barn Donce5 Junior Prom5 Delegate Assem-
bly 25 Spotlight 2, 35 Clubs: Congress 2, 35 "4l" Club l, 2, 3,
President 35 Red Jackets 3.
Committees: Senior Barn Donce5 Sophomore Council5 Delegate
Assembly5 Senior Class Play
Clubs: Minerva I.
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Junior Prom, Red and White
Day, Co-chairman, Senior Prom Chairman, Sophomore Prom,
Small "D", Christmas Pageant, Junior Escort, Clubs: Cruisers l,
2, 3, Vice-President 3, "Al" Club l, 2, 3, Pre-Medics l, 2, Secre-
tary 2, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets 2, 3, May Queen Attendant
BONFIELD, BETTY JEANN E
Committees: Red and White Day l, Senior Barn Dance, Delegate
Assembly 3, Drama Club 3, Thalia 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Se-
lected Glee l, 2, 3.
Committees: Sophomore Prom, Track 3, Clubs: "D" Club 3, "4l"
Club 2, 3, Junior Chamber of Commerce 2, 3.
Committees: Sophomore Skit, Junior Escort, Clubs: Debate Squad
2, 3, Drama 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, Tri-Y 3, Se-
lected Glee l, 2, 3.
BOSS, ARTHUR S.
Committees: Howdy Day 2, Junior Prom, Senior Barn Dance,
Small "D", Clubs: Clio, "4l" Club, Sports Club.
Advanced Band i, 2,
Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: Euclidiaris 2, 3, Math Exhibit 3,
Rifle Team, ROTC Lieutenant.
BRADY, OWEN W.
National Honor 2, 3, Big Broadcast l, 2, 3, Delegate Assembly
2, Drama Club Play 2, 3, Clubs: Drama Club 2, 3, President 3,
"4l" Club I, 2, 3, Red Jackets 3, Motion Picture Projectionist I,
2, School Dance Band l, 2.
Small "D", Clubs: Bowling 3, Cruisers I, 2, 3, Sports Club l, 2,3.
BRIMACOMB, ELSIE RUTH
Play Festival l, 2, Clubs: Astronomy Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Junto
I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets 2, 3.
BROCKMAN, BARBARA JEANNE
Clubs: Minerva l, 2.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Clubs: "4l" Club.
Committees: Junior Pram, Co-chairman, Senior Prom, Co-chair-
man, Delegate Assembly 2, Drama Club Play 3, Clubs: Clio l,
2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3.
BRONSTIN E, MARGARET
Clubs: French Club l, White Jackets 3, Advanced Orchestra l, 2.
Committees: Red and White Day l, 2, Senior Barn Dance, Soph-
omgrer, Prom, Woodbury Contest, Clubs: Congress 3, "4l" Club
Student Council 3, Committees: Junior Prom, Senior Barn Dance,
Sophomore Prom, Christmas Pageant 3, Delegate Assembly 3,
Clubs: Congress l, 2, 3, "4l" Club i, 2, 3, Vice-President 3,
Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Ski Club 2, 3.
Clubs: Clio l, 2, 3, "4l" Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Sophomore
Skit, Play Festival 2.
Student Council l, 2, Committees: Howdy Day l, Red and White
Day l, 2, Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3.
BU RG, DOROTHY JEAN
Committees: Junior Prom, Spotlight 2, 3, Clubs: Minerva i, 2, 3,
Spotlight Board of Control.
BURNETT, ROBERT L.
Committees: Junior Prom 2, Clubs: Congress 2, 3, Vice-President
3, Euclidians 2, 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Red Jackets 3.
CALHOUN, BETTY JANE .
Junior Escort, Library Staff 2, Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 3, Seraph
Sisters, White Jackets 2, 3.
CANFIELD, MARY JANE
Clubs: Junto 2, 3, Play Festival l, 2.
A Cappella 2, 3, Big Broadcast 3, Christmas Pageant 2, 3,
Delegate Assembly 3.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Drama Club Play 2, Clubs:
Drama Club 3, "4l" Club, Thalia l, 2, 3, Vice-President 3.
National Honor 3, Christmas Pageant 2, Clubs: Euclidians 2,
Fencing Club l, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Pre-Law 3, Math Exhibit 2.
Basketball 2, 3, Delegate Assembly l, Clubs: Congress 2, 3,
"D" Club, "Al" Club.
CASEY, ESTELLA JEANNE
Clubs: La Belle 2.
CHANEY, NORMA CASE
National Honor Society, Scholarship to Columbia University.
Clubs: "4l" Club l, 2, 3, International Relations I.
CHILDERS, RAYMOND R.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Clubs: Red Jackets 3.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Track l, 2, 3, All-city 2,
A Cappella l, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant I, 2, 3, Clubs: "D"
Club I, 2, 3, "4i" Club l, 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, Red Jackets 3.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Senior Finance, Clubs: "4l" Club
2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Minerva l, 2, 3, Treasurer 3.
Junior Escort, Clubs: Seraph Sisters.
Library Staff 2, 3: Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 3, White Jackets 2, 3.
Committees: Howdy Day 2, Senior Barn Dance, Small "D",
Clubs: Bible Club 2, 3, Cruisers l, 2, 3.
Clubs: Spanish 2, 3.
ROTC Drill Club
Library Staff 2, 3.
COLLING, HARRIET C.
Committees: Red and White Day 2, Small "D", Clubs: Cruisers
2, 3, "4l" Club 2, 3, Selected Glee 2, 3.
Leaders Club, Glee Club.
Committees: Red and White Day 2, 3, Gold "D", Delegate As-
sembly l, 2, Drama Club Play 3, Script Book 3, Senior Class
Play, Spotlight 2, 3, Clubs: Archery 3, Debate Squad l, 2, 3,
Drama 3, "4l" l, 2, 3, Minerva l, 2, 3, Pre-Medic Club 3,
Script Club 3, Sports Club Secretory l, 2, 3, White Jackets Treas-
urer 2, 3.
Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, Spanish 3.
Clubs: Minerva l.
Clubs: Clio l, 2, 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Sports Club l, 2.
Drama Club l, 2, 3.
CROTCH ETT, J EAN
Senior Class Treasurer, Committees: Junior Prom, Senior Barn
Dance, Chairman, Senior Finance Committee Chairman, Junior
Escort 2, Spotlight 3, Clubs: "4l" Club 2, 3, French Club 3,
Junto l, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets l, 2, 3.
CROW, THOMAS W.
Committees: Junior Prom, Swimming 2, 3, All-city 3, Christmas
Pageant 3, Drama Club Play 3, Clubs: "D" Club, Drama Club.
Committees: Junior Prom, Senior Barn Dance, Clubs: Congress
3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 3.
Bible 2, 3, "4l" Club 2, 3, Spanish 3, Thalia l, 2.
Junior Escort, Spotlight 2, Clubs: Bible Club l, 2, "4l" Club
2, 3,3Seraph Sisters, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Thalia
Committees: Red and White Day, Senior Barn Dance' Wolcott
Sight Reading, Clubs: "4l" Club 3, Girl Reserves 2, Junto 2, 3,
DAVID, EVELYN ANN
DAVID, RALPH ROGERS
National Honor 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Committees: Commencement,
Angelus 3, Shafroth 2, Clubs: Debate Squad 3, Euclideans 2, 3,
"4l" Club l, 2, 3, lnternational Relations l, 2, 3, Safety Coun-
cil l, 2, 3
DAVIES, ROBERT S.
Committees: Homecoming 2, Junior Prom, Red and White Day
2, 3, Sophomore Prom, Delegate Assembly 2, Script Book 2, 3,
Clubs: "4l" Club 2, 3, Secretary 2, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Secretary 2,
Red Jackets 2, 3, President 3, Script Club 2, 3, Script Book
Business Manager 3.
Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: Thalia l, 2, 3, Treasurer l.
Class Offices: Junior Treasurer, National Honor 3, Committees:
Junior Prom, Red and White Day 2, Senior Barn Dance, Senior
Prom, Sophomore Prom, Big "D", Little "D", Gold "D", Junior
Escort, Spotlight 2, 3, Society Editor 2, Associate Editor 3, Clubs:
Clio l, 2, 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, Ski Club 2, 3,
Sports l, 2, White Jackets l, 2, 3.
Junior Escort, Clubs: Clio l, 2, "Al" Club 2, 3, Spanish Club
2, 3, Treasurer 3, Seraph Sisters 3, White Jackets 3.
Delegate Assembly 2.
Committees: Red and White Day l, Senior Picnic, Big "D",
Clubs: Astronomy 3, "Al" Club 2, 3, Girl Reserves 2, 3, Minerva
2, 3, Square Dancing 3: Thalio l, 2.
Committees: Red and White Day l, Small "D", Spotlight, Society
Editor 3, Clubs: "4l" Club, Junta l, 2, 3.
DE TARR, JIM
Clubs: Drama 3, Pre-Medics 2, 3, Script Book, Associate Editor 3.
Tennis 2, 3, Captain 3, Clubs: "D" Club 2, 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3,
Red Jackets 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Ski Club 3, Twin Club 2.
Clubs: "4l" Club 3, Red Jackets 2, 3, Secretary 3, Twin Club 2.
DILLON, PEGGY L.
Atascodero Union High, Atascodero, California l, 2, Script Book
3, Script Club 3.
DON ER, LENORE
National Honor 2, 3, Junior Escort, Library Staff 2, 3, Clubs:
Euclideans 2, "4l" Club 2, 3, French Club 3, Seraph Sisters,
Thalia l, White Jackets 3, Math Exhibit 2, Fashion Show
Committees: Junior Prom, Clubs: Fencing l, "4l" Club 2, 3.
DOWNEY, ALICE MAE
Clubs: Geometrical Design.
Library Staff 3, Clubs: Spanish 3.
Student Council l, Committees: Senior Barn Dance.
DUNAWAY, CAROL I
Committees: Howdy Day 2, Red and White Day 2, Sophomore
Prom, Sophomore Skit, Clubs: Bible Club 3, Clio l, 2, 3.
National Honor 3, Script Book 3, Clubs: "Al" Club 3, Junto 3,
Selected Glee l, 2, 3, Script Club 3, Square Dancing Club 3,
White Jackets 2, 3.
Committees: Junior Prom, Senior Barn Dance, Small "D",
Clubs: "4l" Club l, 2, 3, French 3, Junto l, 2, 3, Treasurer
3, White Jackets 3.
DYATT, BETTY MARIE
Clubs: Drama 2, 3, Fencing 2, 3, Vice-President, Minerva 3,
EAGLE, MARY ANNA
Junior Escort, Clubs: Aeronautics l, 2, Minerva l, 2, Seraph
A Cappella, Clubs: "Al" Club, Square Dancing Club 2, 3, Mad-
Swimming Manager 2, 3, Clubs: "D" Club 3, Cheerleader Club
3, Ski Club 2, 3, Cheerleader.
National Honor 3, A Cappella I, 2, 3, Big Broadcast l, Christmas
Pageant I, 2, 3, Clubs: "Al" Club I, 2, 3, French Club 3, Junto
l, 2, 3, Secretary 2, White Jackets 2, 3.
EHLERS, RUTH MARJORI E
Junior Escort, Clubs: Astronomy 3, Latin Club l, North High,
EINARSEN, CHARLES ALBERT
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Senior Class Pin, Library Staff,
Woodbury Contest 2, Clubs: Euclideans, "4l" Club, Hi-Y Club 3,
Square Dancing 3, Math Exhibit 3.
Clubs: Bible Club.
ELLIOTT, JOHN PAUL
ENGLE,x MORRIS A.
Angelus Photographer 3, Spotlight Photographer 3.
Committees: Junior Prom, Library Staff, Clubs: Bible Club I, 2,
3, Book Club 3, Drama Club 2, 3, "4l" Club 2, 3.
Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 3.
National Honor 3, Delegate Assembly 2, Library Staff 3, Clubs:
Chess Club l, Euclideans 2, Math Exhibit 2, 3.
FISCHER, RUTH E.
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Red and White Day I, Senior
Class Gift 3, Small "D", Angelus 2, 3, Co-Editor 3, Junior
Escort, Clubs: "4l" Club I, 2, 3, French Club 3, Minerva 2, 3,
Selected Glee 2, Seraph Sisters, Ski Club 3, White Jackets l, 2, 3.
Committees: Red and White Day 2, Football 2, Basketball 2,
Clubs: "D" Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, "4I" Club I, 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3,
Red Jackets I, 2, 3.
Committees: Howdy Day 2, Red and White Day 2, Small "D",
Delegate Assembly I, Spotlight 3, Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 3, Ex-
change Editor of Spotlight, Posture Contest.
Committees: Homecoming Day 2, Junior Prom 2, Senior Prom
Co-chairman, Sophomore Prom, Tennis Team I, 3, Christmas
Pageant 2, Spotlight 2, 3, Post Reporter 3, Clubs: Congress 2,
3, Treasurer 3, "D" Club 3, "4I" Club I, 2, 3, International
Relations I, 2, 3, Red Jackets 3, Spotlight Board of Control 3.
FITZMORRIS, MICHAEL J.
National Honor 3, Committees: Junior Prom, Delegate Assembly
2, Clubs: Astronomy 3, Congress 3, Drama I, 2, "AI" Club 2, 3,
Red Jackets 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, Math Exhibit 2, 3.
FLEMING, KENNETH R.
Committees: Junior Prom, A Cappella 2, 3, Big Broadcast 2, 3,
Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: Drama I, 2, 3, "AI" Club 2, 3,
International Relations I, 2, 3, Secretary 2, President 3, Junior
Chamber of Commerce I, Pre-Low 3.
Junior Escort 2, Library Staff 3, Script Book I, 2, 3, Clubs:
Script Club I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets 3, Script Club
President 3, Script Book Editor 3.
Committees: Red and White Day 2, A Cappella I, 2, 3, Christ
mas Pageant I, 2, 3, Clubs: Astronomy I, 2, 3, Junto 2 3
Play Festival 2.
FRAME, JEAN ELLEN
FRAME, MARJORIE ANNE
National Honor 2, 3, Secretary 3, Committees: Senior Barn Dance,
Delegate Assembly 2, Junior Escort, Clubs: Astronomy 3, Bible
Club I, Debate Squad 2, White Jackets I, 2, 3.
FREELAN D, MARGARET
Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Spotlight 2, 3, Clubs: Seraph
Sisters, Thalia 2, 3, President 3.
Wrestling 3, Delegate Assembly 3, Clubs: Congress 3 Euclid
ians 3, International Relations 3.
GABELMAN, CYPRIEN NA
National Honor 3, Committees: Senior Prom, Big Broadcast 2, 3,
Junior Escort, Clubs: Drama 3, Fencing I, "AI" Club 2, 3, Min-
2, 3, Seraph Sisters, Visual Education I.
National Honor 3, A Cappella 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 2 3
GARBARINO, LOIS MARIE
Small "D", Junior Escort, Clubs: Drama Club 3, Fencing Club
2, 3, "4I" Club 2, 3, Girl Reserve I, 2, Seraph Sister Square
Dancing 3, White Jackets 3.
Committees: Junior Prom, Red and White Day I, Senior Prom,
Delegate Assembly 3, Clubs: Cruisers 2, 3, "4I" Club 3, French
Club 3, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets 2, 3.
GAY, BETTY .IANE
Committees: Red and White Day I, Junior Escort, Spotlight 3
Clubs: Astronomy 2, "4I" Club I, 2, 3, Junto I, 2, 3, Sera
Sisters, White Jackets 2, 3.
GEBHARD, DOROTHY E.
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Junior Prom, Senior Barn
Dance, Sophomore Prom, Gold "D", Delegate Assembly I, 3,
Junior Escort, Clubs: Clio I, 2, 3, "AI" Club I, 2, 3, Selected
Glee 3, Seraph Sisters, Sports Club, President 2, 3, White
Jackets I, 2, 3.
Clubs: Euclideans 2, 3.
Clubs: Euciideans 2.
A Cappella I, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant I, 2, Clubs: Square
Dancing 3, Madrigal Choir.
National Honor 2, 3, Junior Escort, Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 3, Treas-
urer 3, Drama Club 2, "AI" Club I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters.
GILLAN, MARY LOU
Angelus, Head Typist 3, Play Festival I, 2.
GLEN N, BETTE JAYNE
Drama Club Play 35 Library Staff 35 Clubs: Square Dancing
Clubs: Junior Chamber of Commerce 2, 3.
GODSMAN, MITCHELL S.
Delegate Assembly 2, 35 Clubs: Drama Club 2, 35 "4l" Club 35
International Relations 35 Junior Chamber of Commerce 35
Orchestra l, 2, 3.
Committees: Sophomore Prom5 Clubs: Clio l5 Spanish Club l.
Junior Escort5 Clubs: Drama Club 2, 35 Seraph Sisters5 Square
Dancing 25 Tri-Y 35 Advanced Orchestra 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance5 Delegate Assembly 25 Drama
Club Play 35 Script Book 2, 35 Clubs: Drama Club 2, 35 Script
Club 2, 35 Seraph Sisters5 Thalia l, 2, 3.
GORDON, JEANNE CAROLYN
Clubs: "4l" Club 2, 35 Drama Club 3.
Clubs: Drama Club 35 Tri-Y Club 3.
National Honor 2, 35 Junior Escort 25 Library Staff 25 Wolcott
Sight Reading Alternate I5 Clubs: Drama Club 35 Euclideans 25
"4l" Club l, 2, 35 Fencing Club 35 Minerva l, 2, 35 Seraph Sis-
ters5 White Jackets 3.
Swimming 2, 3, All-city 25 Big Broadcast 35 Clubs: "D" Club
2, 35 Junior Chamber of Commerce 35 Advanced Band 2, 35
Dance Band 35 Pep Band 2, 3.
National Honor 35 Clubs: Seraph Sisters5 Spanish Club 2, 3.
GRAY, GEORGIA L.
Clubs: Astronomy 25 Junta 2, 35 Advanced Band 2, 3.
GREEN, MARY ANN
Junior Escort5 Clubs: Astronomy l, 25 French Club 2, 35 Seraph
Sisters5 Square Dancing Club 25 Thalia I, 2, 3.
GREENE, LAURENCE JR.
Clubs: "4l" Club I, 2, 35 Pre-Medics I5 Winner State Drum
Contest l, 2, 35 National Drum Contest Second Place.
GREEN HALGE, CHARLES
ROTC l, 2, 35 Rifle Team 2, 3.
Clubs: Euclidians 2, 35 "4l" Club 2, 35 Junto I, 2, 35 White
Jackets l, 2, 35 Math Exhibit 2, 3.
Committees: Red and White Day 25 Delegate Assembly 2.
Band Drum Major l, 2, 3.
GRUND, GLORIA ANN
National Honor 2, 35 Junior Escort5 Library Staff 2, 35 Script Eook
35 Clubs: "4l" Club l, 2, 35 Literary Society l, 2, 35 Minerva
2, 35 Script Club 2, 35 Seraph Sisters5 White Jackets 2, 35 Math
Exhibit 35 P.-T. A. Fashion Show 3.
GU INEY, AGN ES
Junior Escort5 Clubs: Bowling Club 35 Drama Club 35 French
Club 2, 35 Junto l, 2, 35 Seraph Sisters.
Library Staff 2, 35 Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3.
Clubs: Bible Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 3.
Baseball 25 Clubs: "D" Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 3.
National Honor 2, 35 Committees: Homecoming Day 25 Howdy
Day 25 Red and White Day 25 Safety Committee 25 Sophomore
Prom5 A Cappella 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 2, 35 Drama Club Play
35 Senior Class Play 35 Spotlight 2, 3, Assistant Editor 35 Wood-
bury Contest Finalist 35 Clubs: Drama Club I, 2, 35 "AI" Club
2, 35 International Relations 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 35
Junior Chamber of Commerce I, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 25 Red
Jackets 2, 3.
HAHN, BETTE CLAIR
HALL, BETTE LOU
Delegate Assembly 35 Drama Club Play 35 Clubs: Drama 35
Spanish Club 35 P. T. A. Fashion Show.
HALLIDAY, DONNA MARIE
National Honor5 Committees: Red and White Day5 35 Senior
Class Gift5 A Cappella 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 2, 35 Delegate
Assembly 35 Clubs: "4I" Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 35 Junto 2, 35
Pre-Meaics 2, 35 Seraph Sisters, Secretary 35 White Jackets 2,
35 D. A. R. Award5 P. T. A. Fashion Show.
Advanced Band I, 2, 35 Pep Band 2.
HARDY, MARILYN RUTH
Clubs: La Belle I.
Senior Class Secretary5 Committees: Howdy Day I5 Junior Prom5
Red and White Day' I, 25 Senior Barn Dance5 Senior Class Day5
Senior Luncheon5 Senior Prom5 Sophomore Prom5 Spotlight 2, 35
Clubs: Clio I, 2, 35 "4l" Club I, 2, 35 State Press Conference.
Committees: Red and White Day 25 Sophomore Baseball5 Spot-
light 2, 3, Sports Editor 3.
HARPER, CORA E.
HARRIS, PAULINE MARIE
Script Book 25 Clubs: French Club 35 Script Club I, 2.
Delegate Assembly 25 Wolcott Sight Reading 25 Clubs: Cruisers
2, 35 "4I" Club 2, 35 Spanish 35 White Jackets 3.
HART, BETTY ANN
HARVEY, RICHARD DUDLEY
Committees: Senior Prom5 Delegate Assembly 2, 35 Clubs: ln-
ternational Relations 2, 3, Treasurer 3.
Drama Club Play 3, Clubs: Olympia 2, Bowling 2, Advanced
Band l, 2, 3.
HATTRICK, ELIZABETH ANN
National Honor, Committees: Junior Prom, Mardi Gras I, Red
and White Day l, Senior Prom, Gold "D", Junior Escort, Spot-
light 2, 3, Clubs: Clio l, 2, 3, "4l" Club, Seraph Sisters, Ski
Club l, 2, Treasurer 2, Sports Club l, 2, Secretary 2, White
Jackets i, 2, 3, Associate Editor of Spotlight.
HILGERT, SHIRLEY LEE
Clubs: "4l" Club.
H ILL, ELIZABETH ANN
Committees: Sophomore Assembly Clubs: "4l" Club, Minerva
i, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters.
Student Council 3, National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Home-
coming 2, Howdy Day l, 3, Red and White Day l, 2, 3, Senior
Prom, Sophomore Prom, A Cappella l, 2, 3, Big Broadcast 2,
Christmas Pageant l, 2, 3, Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: French
Club l, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Junto l, 2, 3, President 2, Seraph
Sisters, White Jackets 2, 3, May Queen Attendant 2.
"4l" Club, Selected Glee 3.
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Homecoming Day 2, Junior
Prom, Sophomore Prom, Red and White Day, Delegate Assembly
2, Spotlight 2, 3, Woodbury Contest, Finalist 3, Clubs: Debate
Squad l, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, "Al"
Club 2, 3, International Relations l, 2, 3, Junior Chamber of
Commerce 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 3, Pre-Medics 2,
Courtesy Council l, 2, 3, Spotlight Board of Control 3, Second
n VFW Essay Contest.
HOLCH, ARTHUR E.
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Junior Prom, Co-chairman,
Big Broadcast 2, Christmas Pageant 3, Spotlight l, 2, 3, Busi-
ness Manager 3, Woodbury Contest Finalist 2, Winner 3, Clubs:
Debate Squad 3, Fencing 2, "4l" Club 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3,
All School Radio Group.
Committees: Math Exhibit 3, Senior Barn Dance, Senior Class
Play, Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Minerva l,
2, 3, Secretary 3, Seraph Sisters.
Committees: Senior Class Gift, Golf 2, 3, All-City 2, Captain 2, 3,
Christmas Pageant 3, Clubs: "D" Club 2, 3, Red Jackets l, 2, 3.
Clubs: Seraph Sisters.
A Cappella 3, Christmas Pageant 3, Clubs: Bible Club 3, "
Club 3, Pre-Medics 3.
Clubs: Astronomy 2, Minerva 2, Spanish Club 3.
Committees: Senior Prom, Librciry Staff, Clubs: "4l" Club 2
Clio 2, 3, Library Club 2, Script Club 2.
Big Broadcast 3, Advanced Orchestra I, 2, 3, Advanced Band l,
2, 3, First Place in State Music Contest l, Pep Band 2, 3.
Shafroth 3, Clubs: International Relations 3, Debate Squad 3.
HOULTON, WILLIAM G.
Student Council 3, Committees: Junior Prom, Red and White
I, 2, Senior Prom, Co-chairman, Football 2, 3, Clubs: "D" Club 2,
3, President 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Treasurer I, Hi-Y 3, Pre-Law 2,
3, Red Jackets 3.
Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 3, Drama 2, 3, "4l" Club 2, 3, Selected
HOUSER, HEN RY
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Senior Class Gift, Chairman,
Sophomore Prom, Delegate Assembly l, 2, 3, Woodbury Contest
2, 3, Clubs: "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Congress I, 2, 3, International
Relations 2, 3, President of Board 3.
A Cappella l, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, Clubs: Fencing l.
Committees: Senior Class Finance.
Clubs: Minerva l, 2, 3.
Committees: Red and White Day 2, 3, Sophomore Prom, Clubs:
Red Jackets 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, President 3.
Wrestling l, 2, 3, All-city 2, 3, All-state 3, Track l, 2, Clubs:
"D" Club l, 2, 3.
Clubs: French Club 3, Fencing Club 2, 3, Seraph Sisters.
Script Book 2, Clubs: International Relations 3, Square Dancing
2, Script Club 2.
Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: Congress 2, 3, Red Jackets I, 2, 3.
Committees: Red and White Day I, Small "D", Clubs: Cruisers I,
2, 3, Spanish l.
Clubs: Thalia l, 2, 3.
Committees: Red and White Day 2, Clubs: Junto l, 2, 3, Script
Club l, Seraph Sisters, P.T.A. Fashion Show Model.
JACOBSON, GERALDINE L.
JAMES, RICHARD K.
Junior Escort, Clubs: Seraph Sisters, Tri-Y 2, 3.
JENKINS, JAMES H.
Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: "4l" Club I, 2, 3, Math Exhibit 2,3.
JOHNSON, MILDRED RUTH
Clubs: Bible Club I, Advanced Orchestra l, 2, 3.
JOHNSTON, MARY LOU
Student Council 2, 3, National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Com-
mencement Chairman, Homecoming 2, Howdy Day I, 3, Junior
Prom, Red and White Day 2, 3, Junior Escort, Spotlight 3, Clubs:
"4I" Club, French Club 3, Junto I, 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Seraph
Sisters, White Jackets 2, 3, Vice-President 3.
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Junior Prom, Senior Class
Gift, Drama Club Play 2, Junior Escort, Wolcott Sight Reading
Contest Winner I, Clubs: Drama Club 2, 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3,
Minerva l, 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Seraph Sisters,
JONES, ANNE ALICIA
Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 3, Fencing Club 3, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Sec-
JONES, BETTY ROSALIN
Committees. Red and White Day I, Clubs: Girls Glee l, 2, 3,
Selected Glee 3.
Clubs: Bible Club l, 2, 3.
Small "D", Clubs: Bible Club l, 2, 3, Treasurer I, Vice-President
2, President 3, "4I" Club l, 2, 3.
JU DD, GRAYCE
Committees: Red and White Day l, Clubs: Bible Club 3, Min-
erva I, 2, Spanish Club 3.
Delegate Assembly l, 2, Shafroth Preliminaries 2, Clubs: Eucli-
deans 2, 3, Fencing l, 2, 3, "4l" Club 3, Math Exhibit I, 2, 3,
ROTC I, 2, 3, Sergeant 3.
KAUB, GEORGE H.
Library Staff I, 2, 3, Wolcott Sight Reading Contest I, 2,
Clubs: French l, 2, 3, Thalia I.
KEEL, SARAH KATHERINE
Clubs: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, Symphony Orchestra l, 2, 3.
KELLY, DOROTHY ANN
Committees: Senior Picnic, Clubs: Bowling 3, "4l" Club 3, Girl
Reserves l, Square Dancing 2, 3, Thalia l.
KEN EHAN, ELLEN
Committees: Senior Finance, Clubs: French 2, 3, Junto 2, 3,
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets 3.
KESSINGER, BETTE ANN
Committees: Junior Prom, Clubs: Thalia I.
KINCHELOW, CANNON P.
Clubs: Bible Club l, 2, 3.
Clubs: Girls Glee I, 2, "4l" Club 2, 3, Selected Glee 2, 3, P. T, A.
Fashion Show Hostess.
Clubs: Bowling Club 3.
KOCH, BETTYE ANNE
Committees: Howdy Day l, Red and White Day l, 2, 3, Clubs
Cruisers I, 2, 3, "4l" Club 2, 3, Sophomore Assembly,
Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 35 Selected Glee 2, 3.
Big Broadcast 35 Band l, 2, 35 Orchestra l, 2, 3, All-city 3.
KRETSCHMER, FRANZ t
Committees: Senior Barn Dance5 Golf Team Manager5 Big
Broadcast 25 Clubs: Congress 35 Bible Club 2, 3, Vice-President
35 "D" Club 2, 35 "Al" Club 35 Math Exhibit 2, 35 Play
Clubs: Fencing Club l5 ROTC.
Clubs: Bible Club l, 25 "4l" Club 2, 35 Junta 2, 35 Seraph
Sisters5 Spanish Club 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance5 Golf Team 25 Christmas Pageant
25 Clubs: Congress l5 "D" Club 25 "4l" Club 35 Pre-Law 25 Red
LARSEN, ROBERTA ANN
Clubs: Cruisers l, 25 "4l" Club l, 2, 35 Pre-Medic l, 2, 3.
Committees: Howdy Day l, 25 Red and White Day I, 25 Senior
Barn Dance: Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 35 "4l" Club l.
Clubs: Boys' Gleeg Ski Club5 Square Dancing 3.
Small "D"5 Clubs: Euclidians 35 "4l" Club l, 2, 35 Minerva
l, 2, 35 Seraph Sisters5 White Jackets 2, 3.
Clubs: Seraph Sisters.
LEE, KATHERINE ANN
National Honor 35 Committees: Junior Prom5 Junior Escort: Clubs:
"4l" Club 2, 35 Selected Glee 2, 35 Seraph Sisters5 Thalia l, 2, 3.
LENTZ, HOVER T.
National Honor 2, 35 Committees: Auditing5 Junior Prom5 Red
and White Day 25 Senior Barn Dance5 Sophomore Prom5 Golf
Team l, 2, 35 All-city l, 25 Delegate Assembly 25 Clubs: Con-
gress 2, 3, President 35 "D" Club l, 2, 35 "4l" Club l, 2, 35
Red Jackets 2, 3.
LEVEY, LUANA MAY
Committees: Senior Registration5 Gold "D"5 Clubs: Archery Club
35 Bible Club l, 25 Bowling Club 35 "4l" Club 2, 35 Sports Club
l, 2, 35 White Jackets l, 2, 3.
LEVY, CHARLES D.
Clubs: Boys' Glee 35 ROTC l, 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Picnic5 Senior Play5 Clubs: Cruisers l, 25
Drama 25 "4l" Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 25 White Jackets 35
Advanced Orchestra l, 2, 35 All-city Orchestra l, 2, 35 Junior
National Honor 2, 35 Committees: Junior Prom5 Sophomore Prom5
Little "D"5 Delegate Assembly 2, 35 Junior Escort5 Clubs: "Al"
Club l, 2, 35 Junto l, 2, 35 Seraph Sisters5 Sports Club l, 2, 35
White Jackets 2, 35 Play Festival 2.
National Honor 2, 35 Committees: Senior Prom, Chairman5 Big
"D"5 Delegate Assembly 25 Junior Escort5 Spotlight 25 Clubs:
Clio l, 2, 3, Vice-President 35 "Al" Club l, 2, 3, President 25
Seraph Sisters5 Ski Club 35 Sports Club l, 2, 35 White Jackets
l, 2, 35 May Queen Attendant l.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance5 Clubs: "4l" Club 35 Sports
Club l, 2, 3, Vice-President 25 Gold "D".
Clubs: Junto l, 2, 3.
Committees: Junior Prom5 Small "D"5 Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 35
"4i" Club 2, 3.
LONG, EMMA MAE i
Library Staff I5 Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 35 "Al" Club l, 2, 3.
Committees: Red and White Day l, 2, Senior Barn Dance, Clubs:
Tholia l, 2, 3.
Small "D", A Cappella 2, 3, Clubs: Clio 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3,
"4I" Club 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets 3.
LOY, BETTY LOU
Library Staff 2.
LULL, IVA MAY
Committees: Junior Prom, Clubs: Thalia l, 2, 3, Selected Glee 3.
LUNDQU IST, WALLY
Big Broadcast 3, Christmas Pageant 3, Delegate Assembly 3,
Drama Club Play 3, Senior Class Play 2, 3, Woodbury Contest
3, Clubs: Drama Club l, 2, 3, Junior Chamber of Commerce 3.
National Honor 2, 3, Clubs: Congress 3, Euclidians 2, 3, First
Vice-President 3, "4l" Club 2, 3, Math Exhibit 2, 3.
Committees: Red and White Day 3, Sophomore Prom, Christmas
Pageant, Senior Class Play, Clubs: Drama Club 3, "4l" Club
I, 2, 3, Pre-Law 2, 3, Red Jackets 2, 3.
Clubs: Girl Scouts 2.
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Sophomore Prom, Play Festi-
val l, Angelus 2, 3, Associate Editor 3, Junior Escort, Spotlight
2, 3, Board of Control 3, Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 3, "4l" Club
I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, Spanish l, 2, P. T. A. Fashion Show.
Committees: Senior Calling Card Committee, Clubs: "Al" Club
3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Thalia l, Advanced Band 3.
Committees: Sophomore Prom, Small "D", Delegate Assembly 3,
Junior Escort, Script Book 2, Clubs: Clio l, 2, 3, "Al" Club l, 2,
3, National Honor 2, 3, Spanish 1, Seraph Sisters, Selected Girls
Glee 3, President 3.
National Honor 3, Tennis Team 3, All-city, Clubs: "D" Club,
aqgmre Dancing 3, ROTC 3, First Lieutenant, Mathematics Ex-
i it 3.
MARTIN, DOROTHY MAE
A Cappella 3, Christmas Pageant 3, Clubs: Girl Reserves l, 2.
National Honor 2, 3, Drama Club Play 3, Junior Escort, Spot-
light 2, 3, Clubs: Astronomy 3, Drama Club 3, Euclideans 2,
Minerva l, 2, 3, President 3, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets 2,
3, Mathematics Exhibit 2, lnterclub Council.
MARTIN, GEORGE L.
Clubs: Olympia 2, Square Dancing 3, Mathematics Exhibit 2,
ROTC 3, First Lieutenant.
Committees: Red and White Day l, Clubs: Cruisers 2, 3, "Al"
Club 3. S
MATHIS, BETTY LOU
Clubs: Clio 2, 3.
Committees: Howdy Day, Junior Prom, Red and White Day,
Sophomore Skit, Senior Barn Dance, Clubs: Clio l, 2, 3, "4l"
Club l, 2, 3.
National Honor 3, A Cappella l, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant l, 2,
3, Clubs: Euclidians 2, 3, Big Broadcast 2, Chemistry Laboratory
Assistant 3, Madrigal Choir 2, Mathematics Exhibit 3, Student
McCASKlLL, JIM ALEXANDER
Committees: Junior Barn Dance, Senior Barn Dance, Senior
Prom, Swimming 2, 3, All-city 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 3, Dele-
gate Assembly 3, Woodbury Contest 3, Clubs: "D" Club 2, 3,
Treasurer 3, Euclidians 2, 3, "4l" Club 3.
Committees: Junior Prom, Small "D", Spotlight 2, 3, Clubs:
"4l" Club l, 2, 3, Junto l, 2, 3, Colorado University Press
Conference 3, Assistant Treasurer.
Student Council 3, National Honor 3, Committees: Junior Prom
2, Red and White Day I, Sophomore Prom, Swimming 2, 3, All-
city 2, 3, Delegate Assembly 2, 3, Spotlight 2, 3, Editor 3, Clubs:
QDQ Club 2, 3, Drama Club I, 2, "4I" Club I, 2, 3, Red Jackets
McCRORY, MABLE JEANNE
Clubs: Congress 2, 3, International Relations I, Pre-Medics 2, 3.
Committees: Red and White Day 3, Senior Prom, Clubs: Bowling
CIub33, "Al" Club 3, Minerva I, 2, Pre-Medic I, Square Danc-
National Honor 3, Delegate Assembly 2, Junior Escort, Clubs:
French Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 2, President 3, Girls Selected
Glee 3, Minerva I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets 2, 3.
MCMEEN, CORNELIA ANN
Clubs: Seraph Sisters.
Junior Escort, Clubs: Seraph Sisters, Thalia 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Clubs: Pre-Medic 2, 3, Ski
Club 2, 3.
Clubs: Ski Club 3.
Small "D", Delegate Assembly 3, Clubs: Astronomy 3, Bible
Club 3, Selected Girls Glee 3, Drum Majorette 2, Orchestra I, 2.
Spotlight 2, Clubs: Clio I, 2, 3, "4I" Club 3, Sophomore
MILLER, BETTY JEAN NE
National Honor 2, 3, Junior Escort, Spotlight 2, Wolcott Sight
Reading 3, Clubs: "4I" Club 2, 3, Girl Reserves I, 2, Vice-Presi-
dent 2, Minerva I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets 2, 3, Local
Honor Society 2, 3, Math Exhibit I.
Sophomore Treasurer, Committees: Junior Prom, Red and White
Day, Senior Prom, Sophomore Prom, Gold "D", Delegate Assem-
bly 2, Clubs: Clio I, 2, 3, "4I" Club I, 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3,
Sports Club I, 2, White Jackets 2, 3, Sophomore Council.
Delegate Assembly 3, Clubs: Aeronautics I, Chess 2, Pre-Medic
I, 2, 3, Mathematics Exhibit.
MITCHELL, EVAN L.
National Honor 3, Clubs: Euclideans 3, Mathematics Exhibit 3.
MONROE, BETTY JEAN
Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: "4l" Club 2, 3, Seraph Sisters,
Sports Club I, 2, 3, Thalia I, 2, 3, Advanced Band I, 2, 3,
Pep Band, Tennis Team I.
Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 3.
Student Council 3, National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Senior
Picnic, Basketball 2, 3, Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: "D" Club
2, 3, "4l" Club I, 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3: Red Jackets 2, 3.
MURDOCK, MARILYNN J.
Clubsg Cruisers I, 2, 3, "Al" Club 3, White Jackets 3, Girls
Selected Glee 3.
Clubs: Congress 2, 3, Pre-Law 3.
MUSSELMAN, ELMER T.
Clubs: Euclideans 2, 3, Mathematics Exhibit 2, 3.
Big Broadcast 2, Clubs: Clio l, 2, 3, Sophomore Skit.
Clubs: "4l" Club 3, Sports Club 2, 3, Thalia I, 2, 3, White
National Honor, Committees: Senior Prom, Junior Escort, Clubs:
Aeronautics I, 2, 3, Historian 2, Bowling 3, "Al" Club l, 2, 3,
Minerva I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, Spanish Club 2, 3.
Clubs: Minerva I, 2, 3.
Clubs: "4l" Club 2, 3, Junior Chamber of Commerce 3, Pre-
Medic Club l, Red Jackets 2, 3, Math Exhibit 3, Christmas Pag-
Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Clubs: Junto 2.
Junior Escort, Spotlight 2, Clubs: Astronomy 3, Cruisers I, 2,
3, Seraph Sisters 3, Spanish Club 2, White Jackets 3.
Committees: Junior Prom, Senior Barn Dance, "4l" Club I, 2, 3,
International Relations I, 2, 3, Pre-Law Club 3, Red Jackets 2, 3,
Script Club I, Ski Club 2, 3.
Delegate Assembly 2, Advanced Bond I, 2, 3.
NIELSEN, GEORGE A.
Football 3, Clubs: "D" Club 3, Hi-Y Club 2.
Clubs: Bowling Club 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3, "4l" Club 3, French
Club 2, 3, Junto I, 2, 3, P. T. A. Fashion Show.
Student Council 3, Committees: Red and White Day I, Senior
Barn Dance 3, A Cappella 2, 3, Clubs: Clio l, 2, 3, Fencing
I, 2, "4I" Club 2, 3, White Jackets 2, 3, Secretary 3, Madrigal
Choir 3, May Queen Attendant I, 2.
Committees: Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Delegate Assembly l,
Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 3, "4I" Club l, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters,
White Jackets 2, 3, Assistant Senior Treasurer.
NORGREN, NEIL C.
Committees: Senior Finance, Senior Prom, Delegate Assembly 3,
Clubs: Bible Club 2, 3, Congress 2, 3, Secretary 3, "4l" Club 3,
International Relations I, 2, Ski Club 2, 3, Advanced Band l, 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Picnic' Junior Escort' Clubs: Bowlin Club
1 1 Q
41" Club 2, 3, Minerva l, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters.
Committees: Red and White Day i, Senior Prom, Small "D",
Delegate Assembly l, 2, Drama Club Play 3, Wolcott Sight
Reading 2, Clubs: Astronomy 3, Bible Club 3, Clio I, 2, 3,
EratmaIC:ub 2, 3, "4I" Club 2, 3, White Jackets 2, 3, Play
es IVG .
Committees: Senior Calling Card, Clubs: "4I" Club 3, Red
Jackets 3, Orchestra l, 2.
Clubs: "4I" Club 2, 3.
Selected Glee 2, 3.
Student Council I, 25 Committees: Howdy Day I5 Junior Prom5
Red and White Day I, 25 Sophomore Prom5 Sophomore Skit5
Small "D"5 Big Broadcast I, 25 Delegate Assembly 25 Clubs:
Clio I, 2, 35 "4I" Club I, 2, 35 Student Council Secretary 2.
National Honor 2, 35 Big Broadcast 25 Delegate Assembly 25
Clubs: Euclideans 25 Fencing Club I5 International Relations 2.
Clubs: Pre-Medics 2, 35 Inter-Core Council Representative I.
Student Council 25 Treasurer5 Committees: Howdy Day I5 Red
and White Day Chairman 35 Senior Prom 25 Sophomore Prom5
Big Broadcast 25 Delegate Assembly 25 Clubs: "AI" Club I, 2,
35 Inter Club Council5 Junto I, 2, 3, President 3.
Delegate Assembly I5 Clubs: Spanish Club I.
Committees: Junior Prom5 Sophomore Prom5 Swimming Team
2, 35 A Cappella I, 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 2, 35 Delegate
Assembly I, 25 Clubs: "AI" Club I, 2, 35 Hi-Y Club I, 2, 3,
Vice-President 35 International Relations Club I, 2, 35 Red
Jackets I, 2, 35 Ski Club 2.
National Honor 35 Committees: Red and White Day I5 Senior
Prom5 Drama Club Play 35 Junior Escort5 Clubs: Clio I, 2, 35
Drama Club 35 "4I" Club 2, 35 Seraph Sisters5 Script Club I5
Spanish Club 2, 3, President 35 Play Festival I.
PARSONS, EMILY ANN
Delegate Assembly 25 Drama Club Play 35 Clubs: Drama Club
2, 35 Selected Glee.
PATE, DAVID FAHNESTOCK
Head Boy5 Student Council 35 Inter-School Council 35 Com-
mittees: Howdy Day 35 Red and White Day 35 Senior Class
Day 35 Football I, 2, 3, All-city 35 Second Team All-state 35
Most Valuable Player Award 35 Basketball 2, 35 All-city 35
Track 2, 35 Clubs: "D" Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 25 Hi-Y I, 2,
3, Vice-President 25 First Place Tourist Bureau Contest5 Third
Place Sons of Revolution State Essay Contest.
PATTERSON, ARTHUR JR.
Committees: Red and White Day 35 Delegate Assembly 25 Clubs:
Aeronautics Club 2.
PATTERSON, ROBERT DE BRUTZ
Student Council 35 Committees: Howdy Day 35 Junior Prom5 Red
and White Day Chairman 35 Christmas Pageant 25 Clubs: Con-
gress 2, 35 Euclideans 25 "4I" Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Pre-Law
Club 35 Red Jackets 3, Vice-President 3.
PEPPER, MORTON L.
National Honor 35 Committees: Junior Prom: Red and White
Day I5 Christmas Pageant 35 Spotlight 2, 35 Clubs: "AI" Club
I, 2, 35 International Relations 2, 35 Junior Chamber of Com-
merce 2, 3, Vice-President 35 Red Jackets 2, 3.
Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 35 Drama Club 3.
Committees: Junior Prom5 Big Broadcast 2.
Committees: Senior Prom5 Senior Barn Dance5 Christmas Pageant
25 Delegate Assembly 35 Senior Class Play5 Clubs: Book Club 35
"4I" Club I, 2, 35 Script Club I5 Boys Glee 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Directory5 Senior Prom5 Gold "D"5 Junior Es-
cort5 Clubs: Bible Club I5 "4I" Club I, 2, 35 Seraph Sisters5
Sports Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 35 White Jackets I, 2, 3.
PETERS, BARBARA JEAN
Gold "D"5 Drama Club Play 35 Junior Escort5 Script Book 2, 35
Clubs: Drama Club 35 "4I" Club I, 2, 35 Script Club I, 2, 35
Selected Glee 2, 35 Thalia I, 25 Seraph Sisters.
PETERSON, ZELLA MAE
Clubs: "4I" Club 35 White Jackets 3.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance5 Clubs: Ski Club 2, 3.
Committees: Howdy Day5 Senior Barn Dance5 Small "D"5 Clubs:
Astronomy Club I, 25 Bible Club 2, 35 Clio 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 3.
Clubs: Bowling Club 3.
PIM, ESTHER LU
Clubs: "4I" Club 2, 35 French Club 25 Girl Scouts I5 Minerva 2,
35 White Jackets I, 2, 35 Advanced Orchestra I, 2, 35 All-City
Orchestra 2, 35 Junior Symphony 3.
Committees: Junior Finance5 Red and White Day 25 Spotlight 2,
35 Clubs: Junto I, 2, 3.
Committees: Junior Prom, Clubs: Euclidians I, 2, 3, "4I" Club
Clubs: Spanish Club I, 2, 3.
PRICE, FRANK N. JR.
Math Exhibit 3, Clubs: Euclidians 3, "4I" Club 2, 3, ROTC
QuiA'r, GERALD M.
Drama Club Play 3, Woodbury Contest Finalist 2, Clubs: Debate
Squad 2, 3, Drama Club 3, Euclidians 3, International Relations
3, "4I" Club 3, Junior Chamber of Commerce 2, 3, Math Exhibit
3, ROTC Lieutenant. ,
Junior Escort, Clubs: "4I" Club 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Vice-
President 3, Seraph Sisters 3.
QUINN, FRANK J.
National Honor 3, Christmas Pageant 2, Clubs: Euclidians 2, 3,
Secretary-Treasurer 3, "4I" Club 2, 3.
Clubs: "D" Club 3, "4I" Club 2, 3, Junior Chamber of Com-
merce 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Football 3.
Committees: Junior Prom, Delegate Assembly 3, Clubs: "AI"
Club 2, 3, Pre-Medic I, 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Red Jackets 2, 3,
Twin Club I, 2.
Committees: Junior Prom, Senior Barn Dance, Senior Prom, Dele-
gate Assembly 2, Clubs: "4I" Club I, 2, 3, Pre-Medic I, 2, 3,
President 3, Red Jackets 'I, 2, Twin Club I, 2, 3.
Clubs: "4I" I, 2, 3, Pre-Medic 3, Cruisers I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters
3, Junior Escort, Steinberg Award.
REED, MARIAN I.
National Honor 3, Committees: Junior Prom, Red and White
Day 2, Gold "D", Clubs: Drama Club 3, "4I" Club 2, 3, Junto I,
2, 3, Secretary 3, Seraph Sisters 3, Sports Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer 2,
White Jackets I, 2, 3, Junior Escort, Library Staff I, 2, Wolcott
Sight Reading I, 2, Wolcott Medal 2.
Advanced Band 2, 3, Pep Band 3, ROTC Band I.
REULER, MAU RICE
Committees: Senior Gift Committee, Library Staff I, 2, 3, Clubs:
Debate I, 2, 3, President I, 2, Drama Club 2, "4I" Club I, 2, 3,
International Relations I, 2, 3, Pre-Law 3.
RIARSON, FRANCES LUCILLE
Clubs: Bible Club 3, "4I" Club 3, Spanish Club I, 2, 3.
Junior Escort, Clubs: Selected Glee Club I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters.
Committees: School Election 2, Junior Escort, Script Book I,
2, 3, Editor 3, Clubs: French Club 2, Junto I, Script Club I, 2,
3, Vice-President 3.
Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 3.
National Honor 3, Committees: Red and White Day I, 2, Sen-
ior Luncheon ,Choirman, Big "D", Junior Escort, Clubs: "AI"
Club I, 2, 3, Minerva I, 2, 3, Seraph Sister, Sports Club 2, 3,
White Jackets 2, 3, President 3, Inter-Club Council 3, Play
Festival I, 2.
Class Secretary l, Committees: Senior Prom, Big "D", Clubs:
Bible Club 3, Clio l, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, "Al" Club
l, 2, 3, Drama Club 3, Play Festival 2.
ROCKWELL, BRUCE M.
Student Council l, 2, Sophomore President, National Honor 2, 3,
Vice-President 2, Committees: Senior Gift Committee, Baseball
2, 3, A Cappella l, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant l, 2, 3, Delegate
Assembly l, 2, 3, Clubs: "D" Club 2, 3, "Al" Club l, 2, 3,
Hi-Y l, 2, 3, President 2, Pre-Law 2, 3, President 3, Red Jackets
2, 3, Safety Council l, 2.
Basketball Manager 2, Big Broadcast 2, 3, Delegate Assembly 3,
Clubs: "D" Club 2, Euclidians 2, Dance Band, Mathematics Ex-
hibit 2, Pep Band 3.
ROHAN, JACK J.
Clubs: "4l" Club 3.
Clubs: ski Club 2, 3.
Minerva l, 2, 3, Spanish l.
Committees: Red and White Day 2, 3, Senior Barn Dance 3,
Senior Prom 3, Big Broadcast 3, Spotlight 2, 3, Clubs: "Al"
Club, Kodak l, Red Jackets 2, 3, Advanced Orchestra l, 2, 3,
Student Council 3, National Honor 3, Committees: Howdy Day
l, 3, Red and White Day 3, Senior Prom, Christmas Pageant 3,
Delegate Assembly 2, Junior Escort, Shafroth 2, Spotlight 2, 3,
Wolcott Sight Reading l, 3, Wolcott Medal 3, Clubs: Clio i, 2, 3,
President 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Seraph Sister, White Jackets 2,
3, All School Radio Group 3, Inter-Club Council 3, Play Festival
2, P.T.A. Fashion Show 3, Community Chest Speaker 2.
National Honor 3, Big Broadcast 2, 3, Clubs: "Al" Cl b l 2
International Relations 3, Advanced Band 3, Dance Band
Mathematics Exhibit 2, Physics Laboratory Assistant
National Honor 3, Big Broadcast 2, Junior Escort, Clubs: Seraph
Sister, Advanced Orchestra l, 2, 3.
RUSSELL, HELEN MARIE
Christmas Pageant 3, Clubs: Bible Club l, 2, 3, "4l" Club 3
Seraph Sisters, Tri-Y l, 2, 3, Secretary 2, President 3,
National Honor 2, 3, Clubs: Archery l, 2, 3, "4l" Club l
Pre-Medic l, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, Thalia l, 2, 3, Archery Pres:
dent 2, Vice-President l, 2.
Committees: Junior Prom, Library Staff 2, 3, Clubs: Archery 3,
Glrl Scouts l, 2, Thalia l, 2, 3.
Clubs: Thalia l.
Clubs: Hi-Y 2, 3.
SAFRAN, HOWARD D.
Script Book 2, Clubs: Script Club 2.
SALZER, WILLARD M.
National Honor 2, 3, President 3, Committeesi Red and White
Day l, 2, Senior Barn Dance, Chairman, Senior Prom, Gold "D",
Big Broadcast 2, Delegate Assembly 2, 3, Drama Club Play 3,
Junior Escort, Wolcott Sight Reading Finalist, Clubs: Drama Club
3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Junta l, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, Sports Club
l, 2, 3, President 3, White Jackets l, 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Prom, Christmas Pageant 3, Clubs: Bible
Club 2, Fencing Club 3, international Relations 3, Math Exhibit
2, 3, Rifle Team 2, 3.
SAWYER, RICHARD WARREN
SAWYER, VIRGINIA LORRAINE
Clubs: Script Club,
SCHLESSINGER, BILLIE JEAN
National Honor 2, 35 Small "D"5 Junior Escort5 Clubs: "4l" Club
2, 35 Junto I, 2, 35 Pre-Medic I, 2, 35 Seraph Sister, Treasurer5
White Jackets 2, 35 Chemistry Laboratory Assistant 3.
Delegate Assembly I, 25 Clubs: Aircraft I5 Bible Club I
SCHMIDT, SAMUEL H.
National Honor 2, 35 Committees: Junior Class Picnic, Chairman5
Jackets I, 2,
Club 25 "4I" Club I, 2, 35 Euclidians 25 White
SCOTT, CRAWFORD M.
Clubs: Bible Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 International Relations 3.
SCOTT, JOHN S.
Football I, 2,
35 Track I, 2, 3, All-City 25 Clubs: "D" Club 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Class Picnic5 Big Broadcast I5 Clubs: Bowling
Club 35 Cruisers I, 2, 35 "4I" Club 2, 3.
R.O,T.C. Captain 3.
SEARLE, TH ELMA LOU
Red and White Dov 35 Senior Prom5
Clubs: "Al" Club 2, 35
Junto I, 25 Thalia 3.
Escort5 Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 35 "Al" Club 2, 35 French
Club 35 Seroph Sister 35 Seroph Sister's Fashion Show.
National Honor 35 Committees: Junior Prom5 Junior Escort5
Shafroth 2, 35 Clubs: Debate Squad I, 2, 35 Drama Club 2. 3'
"4I" Club 2, 35 Minerva I, 2, 35 Tri-Y 2, 35 Debate Squad Sec-
retary 2, Vice-President 3.
Committees: Howdy Dov 25 Red and White Day I, 25 Sophomore
Prom I5 Drama Club Play I, 2, 35 Wolcott Siaht Reading 25
Clubs: Bowling Club 35 Drama Club I, 2, 35 "AI" Club 35 Minerva
I, 25 Ski Club 3.
SELLS, VIOLA JANE
D"7 Clubs: "4I" Club 2, 35 Junto 2, 35 Square Dancing
White Jackets 3.
Christmas Pa eant 2' Librar Staff' Clubs: East Volun eer
Q 1 Y , I' S,
President5 Fencing 35 Boys Glee 25 International Relations5
R.O.T.C. Captain5 Mathematics Exhibit.
Committees: Red and White Dov 25 Senior Class Day: Junior
Clio 2, 35 "4l" Club 2, 35 Seraph Sisters.
SHARPE, PHYLLIS LOUISE
SHRADER, BETTY JEANNE
Committees: Junior Prom5 Senior Barn Dance5 Senior Prom5
Sophomore Prom5 Spotlight 25 Clubs: Clio I, 2, 3, Treasurer 35
"4I" Club I, 2, 35 Ski Club 35 Sports Club I5 White Jackets 2, 3.
National Honor 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 25 Shafroth 25 Wood-
bury Contest 25 Clubs: International Relations 2, 35 Junior
Chamber of Commerce 2, 3.
Clubs: Pre-Medics 2, Thalia 3.
SMEDEGAARD, MARIE L.
Clubs: Drama Club 2, 3, "4I" Club 2, 3.
SMETHILLS, PHYLLIS E.
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Red and White Day I, Senior
Luncheon, Sophomore Prom, Small "D", Play Festival 2, Angelus
3, Junior Escort, Senior Class Play, Clubs: Astronomy 3, Cruis-
ers I, 2, 3, "4l" Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Script Club I,
Selected Glee 2, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets I, 2, 3, Delegate
to International Relations State Conference I.
SMITH, GORDON M.
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Chairman of Ring and Pin
Committee, A Cappella I, 2, 3, Big Broadcast 2, 3, Christmas
Pageant I, 2, 3, Delegate Assembly 2, Shafroth 2, 3, Clubs:
Euclidians 2, 3, President 3, Math Exhibit 2, 3.
Football All-city, Baseball All-city.
SMITH, TUPPER F. JR.
National Honor 3, Committees: Junior Prom, Sophomore Prom,
Basketball 2, 3, All-city 2, 3, All-state 3, Baseball 2, 3, Delegate
Assembly I, 2, 3, Clubs: "D" Club 2, 3, "4I" Club I, 2, 3, Vice-
President I, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, President 3, International Relations
I, 2, 3.
Clubs: Aeronautics I, 2, Vice-President 2, "AI" Club 3, Junior
Chamber of Commerce 2, 3, Spanish Club I, 2.
SPENCE, MARY ELIZABETH
Delegate Assembly I, Library Staff 2, Clubs: Astronomy 3, Pre-
Medics 2, 3, Spanish 2, 3.
A Cappella 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, Library Staff 3, Script
Book 2, 3, Clubs: "AI" Club 3, Junto I, 2, 3, Script Club 2, 3,
Trl-Y 3, Math Exhibit 2.
Big Broadcast 3, Clubs: Euclidians 3, Math Exhibit 3.
National Honor 2, 3, Junior Escort, Small "D", Clubs: Cruisers
I, 2, 3, "4I" Club 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, Vice-President 3, Sports
Club I, Candidate for D.A.R. Citizenship Award.
STEBBINS, JARY JEAN
STEELE, WALTER A.
Student Council 2, 3, President of Senior Class, National Honor
2, 3, Committees: Homecoming 2, Howdy Day 2, Junior Prom
Co-Chairman, Red and White Day I, 2, Sophomore Prom, Track
3, Angelus I, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 3, Senior Class Play 3,
Woodbury Contest Finalist 3, Clubs: Congress 3, "D" Club 3,
Hi-Y 3, Pre-Law 2, 3, Red Jackets 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, "4I" Club
I, 2, 3, Vice-President 2.
Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 3, Secretary 2.
STERNER, JOE W.
Delegate Assembly 2, Script Book 2, 3, Clubs: "4I" Club 2, 3,
Script Club 2, 3.
STEVENS, MARY ANN
Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 3, French Club 2.
STODDARD, SHIRLEY LOUISE
National Honor 2, 3, Junior Escort, Shafroth 2, Clubs: Bible Club
I, 2, 3, "4I" Club 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, Tri-Y I, 2, 3, Secretary
3, White Jackets 3, Shatroth Contest First Place.
Junior Escort, Clubs: "4I" Culb I, 2, 3, French Club 2, Minerva
2, 3, Script Club I, Seraph Sisters.
STUBBS, HARRY EUGENE
National Honor 35 Clubs: Euclidian I, 2, 35 Pre-Law 35 Math
Exhibit I, 2, 3.
Track 3, All-city5 Big Broadcast 25 Clubs: "D" Clubg Math
Exhibit 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Barn Dance5 Clubs: Girl Reserves l.
SWAN EY, ELLA
Delegate Assembly I, 35 Junior Escort5 Clubs: Clio l, 2, 35 "4i"
Club 35 French Club 2, 35 Seraph Sisters 3.
Delegate Assembly 2, 35 Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 3.
Clubs Girl Reserves l, 2.
Committees: Red and White Day 25 Senior
more Prom5 Clubs: Junto l, 2, 3.
Barn Dance5 Sopho-
TALBERT, CHARLOTTE MARIE
Clubs: "4I" Club l, 2, 35 Spanish 2, 35 Thalia I, 2, 3.
TAPP, NANCY ANN
Clubs: Astronomy I, 2, 35 "4l" Club 35 Junto l, 2, 3.
Junior Escort5 Clubs: Bowling Club 35 Commercial Club I5 Junto
I 2 35 Seraph Sisters5 White Jackets 2, 3.
Small "D"5 A Cappella l, 2, 35 Clubs: Sports Club l, 2, 3, Treas-
urer 35 Bible Club l, 2, 3.
Clubs: Bowling Club 35 Cruisers l, 2, 3.
THEOBALD, MARGARET FOOTE
National Honor 35 Junior Escort5 Library Staff5 Clubs: White
Jackets 2, 35 Seraph Sisters 35 Girls Reserves l, 25 Spanish 35
Minerva I, 2, 35 Spanish Medal Award 2.
Football 2, 35 Clubs: "D" Club 2, 3.
Play Festival l, 25 Christmas Pageant 25 Drama Club Play 3
Wolcott Sight Reading 25 Clubs: Drama Club 35
All City Radio Group.
Clubs Aeronautics 25 Debate Squad l, 25 "4l" Club 2, 35 Math
Exhibit 2, 35 Physics Laboratory Assistant 3.
Student Council l, 35 Committees: Howdy Day l, 35 Red and
White Day I, 35 Clubs: Congress I, 2, 35 "Al" Club I, 2, 35 ln-
ternational Relations l, 25 Pre-Law 35 Red Jackets l, 2, 35 Ski
Club 2, 3.
Big Broadcast l, 2, 35 ROTC Band l, 25 Advanced Band 35 Dance
Band 2, 35 Marching Band 35 Intermediate Orchestra 2.
Committees: Junior Prom5 Red and White Day 25 Sophomore
Prom5 Clubs: Drama Club I, 2, 35 "Ai" Club 2, 35 Cheerleader
TRIPP, BETTY ANNE
Clubs: Cruisers 2, 3.
TRUBY, LESTER GEORGE
Clubs: "AI" Club 2, 3, Euclidians 2, 3, International Relations I,
2, 3, Secretary 3, Math Exhibit 2, 3.
TRUE, VERNON E.
Big Broadcast 3, Delegate Assembly 3.
Committees: Red and White Day I, Clubs: Fencing I, 2.
VAN ARSDALE, ALICE
Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Co-chairman, Delegate Assembly
2, Junior Escort, "AI" Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Minerva I, 2, 3,
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets 3.
Clubs: "4I" Club 3, Advanced Orchestra I, 2, 3.
VANHILLE, MARY CHARLOTTE
VAN HOOSER, PEGGY B.
Clubs: Drama Club 3, "AI" Club I, 2, 3, Junto I, 2, 3, Selected
Glee 2, 3.
VAN STONE, NANCY
Committees: Senior Finance, A Cappella 3, Christmas Pageant 3,
Delegate Assembly 3, Junior Escort, Wolcott Sight Reading 2,
Clubs: Cruisers I, 2, 3, Pre-Medics 3, Vice-President 3, Ski Club
3, Seraph Sisters.
Spotlight 2, 3, Clubs: Commercial Club I, 2, "AI" Club I, 2, 3,
Junto I, 2, 3.
Spotlight 3, Clubs: Commercial Club 2, "Al" Club 2, 3, Junto I,
Wolcott Sight Reading 2, Clubs: Script Club I, Seraph Sisters,
Spanish 2, 3, "4I" Club I, 2, 3.
Library Staff 2, 3, Spotlight 3, Clubs: "4I" Club 2, International
Relations I, 2, 3, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Red
Jackets 2, 3.
WAGGEN ER, ULRIC
Committees: Red and White Day 2, Clubs: Astronomy 3, "AI"
Club 2, 3, Pre-Medics 3.
National Honor 3, Junior Escort, Library Staff 2, Clubs: Cruisers
I, 2, 3, "4I" Club 2, 3, Girls' Sports 2, 3, Seraph Sisters 3, Den-
ver University Speech Scholarship 2.
WALSWO RTH, BETTE
Committees: Howdy Day 2, Junior Prom, Red and White Day 2,
3, Angelus 2, Delegate Assembly 2, Junior Escort, Clubs: Bible
Club 2, Clio I, 2, 3, "Ai" Club I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, White
Jackets 2, 3.
WARD, ELLEN MAY
Committees: Junior Prom, A Cappella I, Clubs: Clio 2, 3, "4I"
Club 2, 3, Tri-Y 2, 3, Selected Glee.
Committees: Senior Finance, Senior Picnic, Red and White Day 3,
Spotlight 3, Clubs: Drama Club 3, "4l" Club 3, Junto I, 2, 3.
Small "D", Delegate Assembly 2, Drama Club Play 2, 3, Library
Staff I, Clubs: Drama Club 2, 3, "4I" Club 2, 3, Minerva I, 2, 3,
Sports Club I, 2, White Jackets 2, 3, P. T. A. Fashion Show
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Junior Prom, Delegate Assem-
bly I, Junior Escort, Clubs: "AI" Club I, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters,
White Jackets 2, 3.
WEBSTER, JEAN FRANCES
Junior Class Secretary, National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Junior
Prom, Red and White Day I, 2, Senior Barn Dance, Sophomore
Prom, Sophomore Skit, Small "D", Junior Escort, Spotlight 2,
Clubs: Clio I, 2, 3, Secretary 3, "AI" Club I, 2, 3, French Club 3,
Seraph Sisters 3, Sports I, 2, White Jackets I, 2, 3.
Library Staff, Delegate Assembly I, Clubs: Astronomy Club 3,
Pre-Nledics I, 2, Spanish Club 2.
WEIL, ROBERT L. '
Committees: Red and White Day I, Spotlight 3, Clubs: Euclid-
ians 2, 3, "4I" Club I, 2, 3, international Relations 2, 3.
National Honor 2, 3, Committees: Commencement Committee,
Junior Escort, Library Staff 2, 3, Script Book l, 2, 3, Clubs: Bible
Club 2, 3, "4l" Club 2, 3, Library Club 2, Minerva l, 2, 3, Ser-
aph Sisters, Script Club 3, White Jackets 3.
Committees: Junior Prom, Track Manager 3, Big Broadcast 2,
Drama Club Play 3, Clubs: Drama Club 3.
WHITE, MARY ANNA
Clubs: French Club l, 2, 3, White Jackets 2, 3.
Committees: Senior Gift Committee, Delegate Assembly 3, Clubs:
Camera Club 2, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Junior Chamber of Com-
National Honor 2, 3, Delegate Assembly l, 2, Junior Escort,
Library Staff 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters, Thalia 2, 3,
Treasurer 2, White Jackets 2, 3.
Student Council 3, National Honor 3, Committees: Junior Prom,
Red and White Day l, 2, 3, Tennis Team 2, Angelus l, 2, 3,
Editor 3, Junior Escort, Library Staff l, Clubs: Astronomy 2,
Drama Club 3, "4l" Club l, 2, 3, Minerva l, 2, 3, Seraph Sisters,
White Jackets l, 2, 3, Press Conference Delegate 3.
WILCOX, KATHERIN E JEAN
Committees: Arbor Day 3, Delegate Assembly 2, Clubs: Cruisers
l, 2, 3, "4l" Club 3, Pre-Medics 3, Square Dancing 3, P. T. A.
Fashion Show Model.
Clubs: Cruisers 2, 3, Girl Reserves 2, 3, Square Dancing 3, Treas
WILLIAMS, BOB C.
Committees: Red and White Day 2, Drama Club Play 3, Clubs:
Drama Club 2, 3.
Clubs: La Belle l, 2, Secretary 2.
A Cappella 2, Big Broadcast l, Christmas Pageant 2, Clubs: Glee
Club l, Ski Club 2.
Clubs: Olympia 2, Thalia l.
Library Staff 3, Clubs: Clio 3, "4l" Club 3, Square Dancing
National Honor, 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Committees: Senior Prom,
Co-chairman, Sophomore Prom, A Cappella l, 2, 3, Christmas
Pageant l, 2, 3, Delegate Assembly 3, Woodbury Contest 2, 3,
Finalist 3, Clubs: Euclidians 2, 3, Vice-President 3, "4l" Club l,
2, 3, Pre-Law 3, Red Jackets 3, Math Exhibit l, 2, 3, Madrigal
Committees: Senior Barn Dance, Clubs: Archery l, 2, Fencing
Club 3, Math Exhibit 3.
Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 3, "4l" Club 3.
WOLLENWEBER, DOROTHY MAE
Committees: Junior Finance, Clubs: "4l" Club 3, Minerva 2, 3,
Pre-Medics I, 2, 3, Treasurer 3.
WOOD, BETTY JAN E
Big "D", Junior Escort, Clubs: Bible Club l, 2, 3, "4l" Club 2, 3,
Seraph Sisters, Thalia l, 2, 3, Tri-Y l, 2, 3.
Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 3.
Junior Escort, Clubs: Drama Club 2, 3, "4l" Club 2, 3, Junto l,
2, 3, Seraph Sisters, P. T. A. Fashion Show Model, Play Festival 2.
Committees: Senior Finance5 Senior Prom5 Sophomore Prom,
Chairman5 Tennis 35 Big Broadcast 35 Delegate Assembly 2, 35
Clubs: Congress 2, 35 "D" Club 35 "4l" Club l, 2, 35 Pre-Law 35
Red Jackets 2, 35 Advanced Band l, 35 Advanced Orchestra 35
Dance Band 3.
Delegate Assembly 35 Clubs: "4l" Club 2, 35 Pre-Medics l, 2, 3.
Senior Vice-President, Committees: Senior Calling Card Chair-
man5 Clubs: Bowling 35 Cruisers l, 2, 3, Secretary 35 "4l" Club
2, 35 Sports Club l, 2, 35 White Jackets 2, 3.
Small "D"5 Clubs: Bible Club l, 2, 3, Treasurer 3.
Clubs: International Relations 35 Visual Education.
YOU LL, PATRICIA
Student Council l, 2, 35 Committees: Homecoming Day 25 Howdy
Day l, 35 Red and White Day l, 2, 35 Sophomore Prom5 Clubs:
Cruisers l, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 35 "4l" Club l, 2, 35
May Queen Attendant 2.
Clubs: Cruisers l, 2, 35 "4l" Club 2, 3.
Big Broadcast 2, 3.
Clubs: Clio 2, 35 Pre-Medics 25 Glee Club l, 2.
Committees: Senior Finance5 Sophomore Prom5 Small "D"5 Clubs:
Cruisers I, 2, 35 "4l" Club.
ZURICK, JEAN MARIE
Committees: Junior Prom5 Senior Barn Dance5 A Cappella l, 2
35 Big Broadcast 25 Christmas Pageant l, 2, 35 Spotlight 2, 3
Clubs: Clio I, 2, 35 "4l" Club 2, 3.
ALLAN DER, AN DREW
A ANDERSON, ELVIRA
BEHREMANN, LOUIS L.
BRESNAHAN, MARY JANE
BUNN ELL, MARGUERITE
CARSON, JUNE D.
DAY, MARY mls
DUNN, DI ANNE
EMERSON, JANE R.
CROTSER, SHIRLEY E.
ENGSTROM, BARBARA JEANNE
FELLNER, CHERRY LOU
FLA KS, BETTY MAE
GIBSON, JOANN E
HEN DEE, LETITIA
HILL, GERALD V.
LAKE, SHIRLEY MAE
LAMME, FRANCES ANN
LOOSE, MARY ELLEN
McKENN EY, MARGARET
MORRIS, MILDRED LEE
MORRIS, NANCY JAN E
MURPH EY, BRADFORD G.
MORRISON, LORRAINE L
POTTS, PEGGY LOU
PU RCELL, HELEN
RASCOWER, MARILYN DEE
ROWE, MARY JAN E
REEVES, YVONNE L.
STAHL, BETTY ANN
SLEETER, BILLIE JANE
SMITH, BETTIE LOU
STALDER, DOROTHY DEE
SWEEN EY, ALICE MARIE
THOMPSON, RUTH ELAINE
TOMLINSON, BETTY JANE
VAN FLEET, SHIRLEY JO
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R. O. T. C.
Why does one take chemistry, physics,
biology, or any of the other science courses
offered at East? lVlany of the students may
take it just because it is required at many col-
leges. The science teachers have decided to
take advantage of this opportunity of having so
large a percentage of the students in their
classes. The result? Scientific attitudes, and
procedures are being encouraged, and an ap-
preciation of scientific phenomena is stressed.
ln chemistry they found that this could
be accomplished best by offering two courses:
so-called l and 23 la and Za. la and Za are
for those ambitious, industrious, or just plain
"smart" people who intend to continue with
the study of chemistry or want a more
thorough knowledge of it. Chemistry l and 2
are for those people who are interested in it
from the standpoint of its being functional in
their everyday lives.
Testing ci thermometer for occurocy holds great in-
terest for Billie Schlessinger ond Elizabeth Ann Stephens.
Wesley Ashton is moking o test for the voltoge ond
omperoge of 0 bottery.
Mr. Green is busy explaining the skeleton of ci
chicken in one of his biology closses.
Mildred Mclntire works on experiment in titrotion.
Mr. Syer conducts his physics closs in the lecture
Above . . . Axis partners, Dick Beach and George Martin
plot some mean curves.
Below . . . Birds-eye view of the Math Exhibit--Harrie
Humphreys and Bill Glass examine intricacies of
the slipstick+Joyce Ramsey turns on the glamour
while her fellow students slave at the board-
Visitors to the Math Exhibit get their speech
"Richman, poorman, beggarman, thief-"
The choice is yours, for a position in life. IF
you have the proper foundation for your pro-
fession. ln the opinion of present day educa-
tors, mathematics is important to you no mat-
ter what your selection of future work may be.
For this reason this past year at East has
brought about a number of changes in the
Math department. The greatest difference is
in the attitude of learning. No longer does a
student take a subject because it is a family
tradition, but because now it is taught to have
a definite bearing on everyday life.
This year the Third Annual Mathematics
Exhibit was bigger and more spectacular than
ever. lt was held in the boys' gym to give
more room for larger exhibits and larger
Some 300 students contributed such fine
projects that they attracted nation-wide fame.
The well-equipped English department at
East offers a wide variety of courses ranging
from creative writing and composition to a
study of English, American and contemporary
literature. In taking the required three years
of English the student may follovv his partic-
ular interests in English. The creative writ-
ing, newsvvriting, and composition classes give
the individual an opportunity to develop his
talents in journalism, writing essays, poetry,
short stories and compositions. Literature
courses are for those interested in a study of
literature and public speaking and drama are
offered those students who desire work in
speech and play production.
English is the most important subject to
every student, since the ability to write, speak,
and read is the foundation of all learning.
Above . . . Eddie Almon addresses his newswriting class.
Below . . . Art l-lolch puts feeling in his port in this drama
class-A study of magazines holds the interest of
these students-Mr. Greenslit explains diagram-
ming in an advanced composition class.
Above . . . Mrs. Stearns' world relations class eats tor-
tillas, enchiladas, and tacos at a Mexican cafe.
Below . . . Bruce, Betty and Lloyd interested in a panel
discussion-Bud Gibbs assumes a scholarly air in
the midst of the 3:l5 rush-Floyd and Marilyn look
at ever-changing Europe-Betty Taggert belies her
English ancestry as she gets the point.
With the vividness of the rapidly-moving
events of today, the history of the world as-
sumes great importance. History is one of
the richest and most colorful as well as being
the most beneficial and important of all basic
The history department, though changing
its offerings frequently, is still filled with
many worth-vvhile divisions. English history
was offered during the previous semester by
popular request. Psychology and human re-
lations were included in this department as
well as the traditional history topics.
All students should try to take as many
social science courses as possible. Although
steps have been taken to change some courses,
they are, nevertheless, of the utmost import-
ance in teaching a student to think.
The Romance languages have been stressed
this year at East to foster a better feeling and
a greater understanding between ourselves and
the countries from which these languages
come. This has been done through the medium
of speakers, motion pictures, and various en-
tertainments. Teachers have tried to create
more interest in these countries by telling of
their travels, and by showing souvenirs of in-
Latin is still a favorite for college prepara-
tion, not only for those who are going to study
law or medicine, but just as a good foundation
for further education.
All languages are invaluable for training
concentration, correct study habits, and gram-
matical construction. For just such training
as this nearly every East high graduate has
taken at least two years of some language.
Above . . Miss Giger's German class sings in German.
Below . , . Miss Johnson quizzes one of her Latin classes
-A small advanced German class holds its dis-
cussion in a circleflzrench and Spanish classes
also enjoy singing in a foreign tongue,
Above . . . The auto driving interest class visits the state
motor vehicle department in the capitol building.
Below . . . Toys, food, and clothing were donated by
certain classes for needy families-Leather craft
special interest was the choice of these three stu-
dents-How to read a newspaper-Lloyd Bryan is
engrossed in his work in a general education wood-
Each year the general education depart-
ment expands and benefits from the experi-
ence of the previous general education classes.
One of the primary purposes of this program
is to give the student a permanent counseling
group throughout his three years of high
As well as providing a clearing house for
all counseling, this plan offers units and sub-
jects not available in other courses. Such
topics as propaganda analysis, safety, health,
community life, and Colorado history are pre-
Pupil-teacher planning is emphasized in
general education and has proved very valu-
able in making out the courses of study for
each class. Another important phase is the
"special interest" groups. Exploratory work
in special fields, such as craft, art, music,
dramatics, photography, and cooking has been
well received and has given the student of
general education a chance to pursue some
special hobby or interest.
Balance between the cultural and practical
aspects of a basic education is found in the
art and commercial classes at East. These
are combined in one course, commercial art,
which provides training for the artist with an
eye on his future work.
This year in conjunction with the General
Education program, arts and crafts, interior
decorating, and painting and drawing were
given as special interests. These are also
solids in the East art curriculum, as is clothing
Armed with the training in business
methods of the commercial classes, any stu-
dent might well become a model of efficiency.
Commercial arithmetic, commercial geography,
typing, shorthand, transcription, and book-
keeping present practical training.
Above . . . Peeking through the door to Mr. Olander's
Commercial Arithmetic class.
Below . . . Developing o special interest: Mop-making-
Future confidential secretaries concentrate on speed
and accuracy-lt all "adds" up to bookkeeping-
Clever Angels pursue their "crafty" way.
Above . . . The base of a table lamp takes shape on a
Below . . , Future tool and die workers are trained in the
metal shops-Lollipops are the order of the day-
These girls courageously try their own cooking-
"lf she could only cook!" Never need this
be said of the East gals who take cooking.
Not only are they learning to prepare delect-
able everyday meals, but also party fixin's, tea
things, and all sorts of food fads, Then per-
haps you've seen several young ladies strut-
ting down the hall in some extra-special dress,
suit, jerkin, or any number of smart new
things, with a sheepish kind of self-satisfied
grin on her face. Well, chances are the outfit
was made here at school in one of the sewing
"Thanks to lVlr. Hill and the General Edu-
cation Department, we have the finest craft
shop in the city,'l says Mr. Wright. This year
through their help several new machines have
been purchased. These new machines include
two lathes, a scroll saw, a high speed drill
press, a fourteen inch band saw, turning tools,
and leather and wood craft tools.
Relaxation for health and exercise is one
of the new ideas introduced this year in the
gym classes. lt has proved both scientific
and practical. Coed classes have been initia-
ted on a large scale and seem to be fostering
greater understanding and good feeling be-
tween the "fellas" and the "gals" It has
been possible in these coed classes to learn
and practice such dances as the Schottische,
Varsovianna, and Polka,
Girls this year for the first time were
given their choice of the type of gym work in
which they wished to participate. Four dif-
ferent classes were offered: dual games, team
games, rhythmic dancing, and corrective, The
girls have had a wider choice from which to
choose and have had greater opportunity to do
the thing that appeals to them. The boys, this
year, have also had a wide variety of gym
activities ranging from ping-pong, basketball,
and other indoor games to football, softball,
and many other outdoor sports.
Above . . . The "shirts" ore playing the "skins".
Below . . . All eyes on the ball-Up ond over-Get thot
ball-Set 'em up quick!
Above . . . Colonel Humbert conducts the inspection of
Below . . . The R.O.T.C. companies practice marching
and formations in City Park.
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This year the R.O.T.C. has played a more
important part than ever before. With the
problems of national defense and the drafting
of America's young manhood, many boys have
desired to acquire some military training while
in high school. East High has always boasted
an outstanding Reserve Officers Training
This year the R.O.T.C. was fortunate in
having a new military instructor, Sergeant H.
M. Caldwell. Staff Sergeant Warren, com-
mander for the past year, was called back into
active service as a first lieutenant. The corps
also lost another fine leader, Colonel Humbert,
commander of the entire unit in all the high
schools of Denver. Colonel l-lumbert's posi-
tion has been filled by Major Hill, an equally
capable man. Also new, was the formation
of a Regimental Staff, composed of former
commanders, who were post graduates during
their last semester in East. The three major
activities of the R.O.T.C. are: the annual fed-
eral inspection and competition, the annual
All City Military Ball, and the annual picnic
held at Lakeside. ln addition, there are sev-
eral parades in which the Corps participates.
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This year was the most important year
that the East football team has had. This
year the Angels won permanent possession of
the Yale Bowl, a trophy that is given to the
first team to win the city championship for
five years. The Yale Bowl is donated by the
Yale Alumni Association of Colorado and East
is the first school to win permanent possession
of the coveted prize.
The trophy was won in l923, l93l, l933,
I939, l94O, making East the first team to win
the trophy for five years.
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EAST 6 MANUAL 0
Having won both of our previous games,
East was favored to defeat Manual and held
true to form. The only score of the game was
made by Ken Thiede on a line plunge. The
game was evenly matched with neither team
being able to get into scoring position very
EAST IZ WEST 0
West was probably the heaviest team in
the league and was the pre-season favorite.
We met West on a slippery field and by Dave
Pate's fine passing we made our first touch-
down on a pass from Pate to Nelson. Later
in the game "Snuffy" Smith broke through
the line and picked up a West fumble and ran
for the second touchdown. Ziegler converted
the extra point making the score l2 to O.
Above . . . Pate finds ci hole at right guard and scores for
Below . . . East meets a stonewoll defense on the West
EAST I9 NORTH 0
North was considered to be a less promi-
nent contender for the title. East clicked in
this game with Pate in particular scoring twice
for himself and throwing the pass to Dave
Appel, East left end, for the third touchdown.
john Zielger again converted the extra point.
The outstanding linemen were Bernard john-
son, Snuffy Smith, and Harry Zimmerhackel.
EAST 13 SOUTH 7
East again upset the pre-season forecast-
ings by defeating South i3 to 7. South, with
West, was favored to win the championship.
Even though the South line was laying for
Dave Pate, he was able to score on an off
tackle play from about the South forty yard
line. Snuffy Smith, big East tackle, stole
another ball from the South backfield, making
the second touchdown.
Above . , . Bill Spoor obout to be tockled by West, while
Johnny Adoms comes up from behind.
Below . . . Harry Zimmerhockel brings down ci Mcinucl
EAST 'I3 MANUAL I3
The East and Manual game was somewhat
of an upset. East started the scoring with
Dave Pate breaking through the Manual line
for a touchdown, and the second touchdown
was made by Manny Nelson on a pass from
Pate. East had its greatest difficulty in hold-
ing Stewart, a Bricklayer guard, who consist-
ently threw the Angel backs for heavy losses.
East had one touchdown called back which
was a "sleeper" pass from Pate to Ziegler be-
cause the referee was not ready, and the game
score ended in a tie.
EAST 20 WEST 7
The West Cowboys were out to give every-
thing they had to stop the Angels' winning
streak and thus put themselves in the race for
the championship. At the end of the first half
the score was tied at 7-7, but the Angels be-
gan to roll in the last half and the game ended
20 to 7 in favor of East with Dave Pate scor-
ing two touchdowns and john Ziegler scoring
one. Ziegler also kicked two extra points.
Above . . . Lloyd Quinn looks for o receiver os two South
men close in on him.
Below . . . Monny Nelson followed by Snuffy Smith tries
to bring down o Monuol bock turning left end.
EAST 20 NORTH 6
The Angels needed only one more victory
to clinch the championship for the second
straight year and to win permanent possession
of the Yale Bowl. The North Vikings were a
greatly improved team, and in this second en-
counter they played a very good game. This
game was john Ziegler's game, as he scored
two touchdowns and kicked two extra points
while Pate scored the other touchdown. East's
entire line played a fine game holding North
down to very few gains.
EAST 6 SOUTH 6
With the championship already won by
East and the all-city teams already picked the
East-South game did not mean a great deal
except that the Angels and the Rebels are
great rivals. The only touchdown was scored
by Dave Pate who led the league's scorers with
42 points for the season. Pate made the all-
city team along with Lloyd Quinn, blocking
back, Harry Zimmerhackel, guardg Snutty
Smith, tackle, and john Ziegler, also a back.
Manny Nelson and Bernard johnson made sec-
ond team all-city.
Above . . . Acloms sidesteps two North tockles.
Below . . . Spoor ond Snutty Smith chose o South boll-
Upper row: Coach McGlone, Austin, Ailinger, Luckett, McMinn, Fry, Allen, Coach Panek
Lower row: Finley, Spivak, Brusse, Hansen, Seydel, Gibbs, Story, Rainey, Fabling, Soper, Fredric, Monniger, Wirth
Upper row: Arpin, Claus, Shaddock, Mudgett, Brown, Goebbels, Yavah, Pinter, Harris, Howe, Olson, Kenny, Faus, Web
ster, Grunewald, Julsrud .
Lower row: Steele, Traver, Witherspoon, Nicholson, Mitchel, Craver, Theander, Lewis, Vanlvleter, Hunter
Seated: Shepherd, Estill
Upper Row: Wood, Marsh, Fisher, Dieter.
Lower Row: Blanchard, Jacobs, Coach Boyd, Wellman, Lincoln.
Coach jack Boyd's tennis team won the
championship for the fourth consecutive year.
Les Dieter, Bob lacobs, Don Blanchard, and
Fred Marsh played singles while Mort Fisher,
Malcolm Wood, Lee Lincoln, Coy O'Neil, and
Bill Wellman played doubles.
The toughest match was with South. This
match was to decide the championship, but
East came out victorious with a score of 4
matches to 2 in favor of East. East ended
winning 20 matches and losing but 4.
Bradley Wolff, Brynt Gray, Jim Holmes, Hover Lentz, Bill Hopper, Harrie Humphreys, and Jim Cass
With the championship undecided until
the last match, East came in third in the
league standings, as the result of losing to
South 3-l. All matches were played at Willis
The deciding match was the result of jim
Holmes and Hover Lentz's loss when shooting
76 and 8l respectively. This is very good play-
ing for high school golfers.
This year Coach William C-reen had tour
returning lettermen with which to form the
basis of the golf squad and five more won
their letters this year.
Pete Van Schaack, a two-year man, was
the only player to win all his matches, tour out
of tour. Hover Lentz is the only three-year
man on the squad.
Pete Van Schaack kibitzes while
Jimmy Holmes follows through.
Upper Row: Worner, monoger, Nelson, Blclnchord Beoch Pot Mullin Asslstont Coach Ponek
Lower Row: Cooch Whipple, Rockwell, Smith Hagerty Corter Richter
Tupper Smith jumps ogoinst o West
player os the referee ond Lee Corter
Lee Carter, number 30, tries a shot
from under the basket as a Manual
guard tries to block the shot. George
Mullin, number 34, has his back to the
Dave Pate drives into the basket
for a set up as three South players look
Under the watchful eye of Coach Whipple
the Angels again showed their superiority to
win their second consecutive title in basket-
ball. The East quintet started the season by
defeating Manual by a score of 30 to 2l. The
second game of the season saw East defeat
West by a score of 40 to 30. Sharp-shooting
Smith accounted for 32 points in this one
In their third start of the season the
Angels met the North Vikings who were the
dark-horse team of the year. The Vikings
handed East her only defeat of the league sea-
son by a score of 20 to l8. The winning
basket was made in the last few seconds of
After a week of rest East encountered the
Rebels of South High School, a strong pre-sea-
son favorite. East came out on the long end
of a 27 to 25 score. After a slow start East
finished strong with Pate sinking the winning
bucket in the last few seconds of play.
ln the second round of play, East defeated
Manual by the decisive margin of 38 to 29.
The next week the Angels met the Cowboys
and defeated them in another thriller, 32 to
George Mullin tries a hook shot
from the right hand side of the
The Angels had barely beaten West and
were up against North, the only team that
had defeated them in the first round. The
winner of this game would be the winner of
the championship. The Angels pulled the
game out of the fire and won by the narrow
margin of 29 to 27.
The title already having been decided and
won by East, the Angels defeated South by
the score of 3l to 25.
Every member of the team was equally
responsible for East's winning of the cham-
pionship. Tupper Smith was noted for his
high scoring and was chosen on the all-city
and all-state teams. Dave Pate was probably
East's steadiest player and was known as the
best backboard clearer in the city. Dave
was chosen all-city and second all-state. Lee
Carter was the Angels' ball-hustler who al-
ways seemed to come up with the ball at the
right time. George Mullin and Manny Nelson
were East's fighting guards, working together
consistently. George Mullin was chosen on
the second team all-state. The last regular
player and certainly not the least, was Ray
Haggerty, who started out slowly at the first
of the season but made a remarkably fine fin-
ish, scoring many points when Tupper Smith
was closely guarded.
Right . . . George Mullin poses for o
Left . . . Rebel bosketeers register onxi
ety os Lee Corter ottempts o
Below . . . Monny Nelson swings into
oction os teommote Pote gets the
tip-off ot the beginning of the
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Kneeling Manager E Madison F Brown Harris Weinstein, B. Dedic, J. Osborn, B. Hunter
S053 lvl and Seconclla
The sophomore and second teams are the
prospective teams of the next years. Coach
Whipple coaches the seconds along with the
first team and Coach Schweiger coaches the
sophs. Both the sophomore and second teams
uncover many promising players and give them
experience for the next year's varsity team.
From the second team Bill Richter and Don
Blanchard will be the two returning lettermen,
with Tom Lawrie, Sammy Grunewald, Keene
Smith, john Osburne, and Irv Weinstein being
leading candidates for next year's team.
The sophs won all eight of their games.
The East defense tightens in one
of the second team games.
Row 2: Harvey Luckett, Edword Wirth, John Yeros, Paul Fullerton, Gus Hughes
Row l: Jock Miller, George Hughes, Le Roy Stevens, Art Chavez
East's wrestling team tied for second in
the Denver Prep League and took third place
in the Sixth Annual State Wrestling Tourna-
ment during the l94l season.
George Hughes, l25-pounder, lost a thrill-
ing match to Harvat, North, in the city meet
but defeated him in the finals of the state
tournament. Brother Gus Hughes also won a
state title, his in the l45-pound class.
Graduating seniors are Le Roy Stevens,
jack Miller, Gus Hughes, and Paul Fullerton.
Coach julsrud will have tive returning letter-
men as a basis for next year. Bill Shepherd
was team manager and also made a letter
wrestling in the 95-pound division.
George Hughes wins another at the expense of o
Row l: Harvey McPhaiI, David Ebaugh, Bill Michaels, Dan Telk
Row 2: Don Marcus, Jim Parriott, Clark Beer, Frank Gower, Joe Knittle, Ed White, Norman Anderson
Row 3: Henry Ise, George Crowder, Bill McCord, Lawrence Monninger, Jim McCaskill, Joe Brown, Lawrence Wert
East took the swimming title again for
the sixteenth consecutive year, winning all
dual meets and taking first place in the city
The Angels piled up 38 out of a possible
40 points in winning all swimming events and
breaking tive records.
Record breakers were lim lVlcCaskill in
the IOO-yard free style, joe Brown in the lOO-
yard backstroke, and Bill McCord in the lOO-
yard breaststroke. New records were also
made in the l6O-yard tree style relay and the
l2O-yard medley relay.
Ten men will graduate this year leaving
Coach lulsrud eight letter-men as a nucleus
for next year's squad. Credit goes to Paul
Edwards as manager this year.
Teammates look on as Bus Beer demonstrates a
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practice their putting before teeing off.
Upper right . . . Bob Jacobs, an East netter, serves the
Left . . . Mr. l-lill seems very much concerned about the
wrestling matches as do Ray Wadlington, Bob Vick
Roy, John Ziegler, and Don Bean.
Lower left. . . An East wrestler pins an unknown rival as
Referee Bo Place is about to pat him on the back.
Lower right . . . Coach Panek and Assistant Coach Mc-
Glone give the boys a few pointers during half time.
Row l: Hamilton, Bower, Johnston, Latham, Scott, Wilkinson, Hollingsworth, Jenkins, Howard, Wolley
Row 2: House, Daniels, Faust, Kinchelow, Russ, Mason, Bayles, Parriott, Awenius, Museo
Row 3: Bowa, Cook, Newman, Preston, Frye, Blanchard, Tracy, Yahvah, Cottrell, Fitzmorris, Appel
Row 4: Perriman, Withers, Danielson, Montrose, Collier, Knittle, Yorker, Almon, Wellman, Stephenson, Nurnberg,
Metzger, Keel, Oser
Row 5: Schweiger, Coach, Patterson, Spratlin, Chaulmers, Brown, Henniger, Storey, Holland, Ciborowski, Studebaker,
Ziegler, Wadlington, Wyatt, Seydel, Glass, Bakewell, Hallock, Moclntosh, Assistant Coach
Below: Coach Schweiger is presented
the trophy for the Colorado Relays
by the queen.
The Angel track squad is back this year
defending its l94O championship honors, and
if time trials and early meet performances are
any indication, another championship looms as
a strong likelihood.
Track events will probably gain the most
points for the Angel cindermen since most of
the events will be filled with last year's ex-
perienced men. Hank Ciborowski has already
turned in several fine performances in the
quarter mile dash, johnny Ziegler has been
topping the low timbers in speedy time, and
the relay prospects are brighter because of the
abilities of jim Studebaker, joe Russ, Ray
Wadlington, and Stan Holland, the latter a
transfer from Wheatridge. john Wyatt is
showing promise in the distance runs, while
Storey is developing in the high-jump. Coach
Schweiger has two promising sophomores in
Ken Yahvah, who runs the half-mile, and jim
Patterson, a hurdler.
The toughest competition is expected from
North and South, and in two triangular meets
already held, East has won one and lost one
to South. However, the East stock jumped
several points as East runners traveled to Boul-
der and decisively annexed the annual Univer-
sity of Colorado Relays.
Right . . . Inches to spare,
Below . . . That second time 'round.
Above . , , Stan Holland gradually pulls up
in the 220.
Left . . .Ziegler shows a clean pair of heels
to his pursuers as Bill Spoor follows
Standing Coach McGlone O Malley T Smith Beveridge Lawrie, Bulkley, M. Smith, Woods, Kenny, Appel, and Austin
Kneeling Mossman manager Carlson Elliott Hagerty Latcham, Johnson, Fabling, Townsend, and Adams
East High School is expected to make a
strong bid to retain her l94O championship
title. Coach lVlcC-lone has several fine pros-
pects in addition to the few returning letter-
men. The able pitching of Tommy Christian
and Lloyd Quinn, all-city hurler from last year,
will be hard to replace, but speed and decep-
tion are appearing in the offerings of Marvin
"Snuffy" Smith, Tom Lawrie, Bob Woods and
Bob Beveridge. Bernard johnson, a l94O out-
fielder, will do most of the catching, with
Harold Austin and jack O'lVlalley relieving
Ray Hagerty hits one on the
nose in the D. U. practice tilt.
lim Elliott is holding down the first sack,
johnny Adams, a veteran of the i940 cam-
paign, is at second, with Morgan Townsend
attempting to take the place of another all-
city man of last year's team, Manny Nelson.
Tupper Smith and lohn Fabling are changing
off at the hot corner.
Ray Haggerty, Chet Latcharn, Dave Appel,
and at times that he is not pitching, Snuffy
Smith will carry out the outfield assignment.
ln early season contests against older teams,
the l94l club seemed to have great hitting
ability, and great hopes are held for a repeat
Above . . . Tupper Smith takes a cut at a Manual pitched ball.
Left . . . Ray Hagerty crosses the home plate in the Manual
game, but it was in vain because East lost l2-6.
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Left . , . Morgan Townsend is thrown out at first
base in the first Manual game, as base umpire
Bo Place watches the ploy. The East team is
seen sitting along the side lines.
Plenty of spirit and hard-fighting typified
the speedball tournament this year, as the indi-
vidual team scores rocked up and down like a
spring balance and the fate of the letter-girls
rested in the hands of the gods. However, time
tells and quality shows and stuff, and after a
long and valiant struggle, Frances Riggs' team
won a definitely decisive victory over all com-
ers. But it was much too close to give credit to
just a mere eleven girls, because everyone put
up a fight to the end and really proved his
Tory Lu Larson
When five different teams get together
and practice every night for weeks, each team
hoping for a championship title, there is bound
to be a great deal of feeling in the actual tour-
nament. When volleyball season rolled around
this time one of the most bitterly-fought bat-
tles ensued ever experienced in East's history
so that when Lois Ryman's team finally copped
the coveted laurels connected with winning
said tournament, no one could dispute the
divine right of kings and all gracefully called
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Tory Lu Larson
Tramping miles over the golf links sun-
burned and tired certainly deserves a reward
and jean Neilson and Valerie Conway got just
such a reward when they were proclaimed
tops on the golf team. A number of girls
entered the tournament, but when the smoke
of the battlefield cleared it left Tory Lu
Larson and Virginia Desilets as runners-upg
Valerie Conway and lean Neilson, winners.
C-olf is not only an inexpensive sport where
money is concerned, but is definitely health-
fully relaxing. Here's to more entrants next
year to offer our super players real compe-
"Love, thirty-deuce-game-set-" are
common utterances during the spring, that is,
if you're anywhere near the tennis courts.
Tennis is proving to be one of the best received
and well-liked sports in which girls participate.
This year, although tournaments have been a
tradition for years, many turned out. The
team chosen from finalists and semi-finalists
in both tournaments this year included Gloria
Wilson, singles winner, Gloria and Norma
Worland, doubles winners, Valerie Conway
and Tory Lu Larson, doubles runners-up, and
Betty Aldrich, singles runner-up.
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Off the old hickory in one of the first days
of spring practice . . . California, port of call,
was portrayed by a definitely snappy number
entitled the Tennis Dance , . . Sliding into
third in a cloud of dust as players l?l look on.
. . . Bowling, plenty of exercise and gaining in
popularity every day, illustrated in very pro-
fessional style. . . With scarfs flying and skirts
whirling, the Mexican Waltz was one of the
best received dances in the Play Festival . . .
La Conga, another in the high school group,
added that certain spice to the life of the Fes-
tival . . . Weary sport clubbers climbing back
after the long slide down,
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Contests and Awa rcls
D. A. R.
Wood bu ry
Edith Hill Short Story Contest
Strang Poetry Contest
Colorado Table Tennis Cham-
Bob Best ir
Co ntcata cmdl Jlwandla
Virgil Medals Spanish Awards
Betty Allbert Vallorie Curtin
Roger Bate Lilo Kaufman
Betty Lou Hall
Betty Jane Wood
Alma Lou Thornton
National Honor Society
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With a typical dude ranch asa background,
this year's Big Broadcast swung along in the
romantic tempo ot the Old West. Picturesque
in setting and outstanding in every detail, the
show included everything from novelty dances
to trios and quartettes, whose singing and
swinging in authentic costumes lent atmo-
sphere to the performance.
Paul Young and Frank Prichard do
the airplane dive with professional
"Yo te omo" sing Caryl Holter,
Gloria Seitz, and Judy Hilliker.
Last minute instructions from spon-
sor Molien to director Roberts.
Mr. Roberts' dance band gives out
with o medley of western ranch tunes.
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With the student council as sponsor and
Mr. Molien as an able director, the Big Broad-
cast hit a new high in musical entertainment.
Especially deserving at credit are Mr. Roberts
and his band, Bob Bruso as master ot cere-
monies, and those angels who gave their all to
make the Big Broadcast at l94l the creditable
success it was.
Kenny Fleming in black face,
"buck and wings."
Drugstore Cowboys Tracy, Scott,
Russ, and Fabling harmonize "Along
the Santa Fe Trail."
Maestro, M. C. and cast rehearse
tor the finale.
Wally Lundquist's saddle shoes
strike a discordant note in this gay
Fiddlers three Danny Smith, Danlel
Melillo, and Sandy Schwartz.
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With the Christmas season came the
beauty and drama of the annual Christmas
pageant, which, this year, was written by Mrs.
Kreiner. The traditional nativity scene was
effectively set off by the story of a man who
found a new purpose in life through the in-
spiration of Christ's birth. Furnishing a sea-
sonal background and adding a great deal to
the dramatic pageant, was the A Cappella
Choir, under the direction of Miss Fareeda
Eleanore Ross narrates.
Helen Russell, Wally
Lundquist, Helen Thomas,
George Mallett, and Kay
Spoentgen in the nativity
Amiel tells his story to
The A Cappella Choir.
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Romantic complications and a light but
fast-moving plot characterized the Drama
Club's annual play, "Young April." The story
revolved about a young college student, who
is home for summer vacation, and his esca-
pades into the sea of life and love. Mix-ups
and partner changes involving the glamour
coed, the home-town girl, the frustrated lover,
the book worm, and the English sophisticate
lead to a surprise ending which is completely
satisfactory to all concerned.
Heroine Thomas cmd momo's
boy l-logler listen to Mcimci Peter'S
Sonny boy Collins hos o mon-
to-mon chot with his fother.
The girls: Helen Thomos, Doris
Youngs, Valerie Conwoy, Betty
Aldrich, and Betty Lou l'loll.
The boys: Owen Brody, l-lorker
Collins, Billy Winter, Bob Mitchell,
Jim DeTorr, John Wesley, ond
The class of l94l presented a unique murder
mystery to climax the dramatic activities of the
year. Mrs. Kreiner's able direction made this an-
other outstanding success. Attorneys, Steele and
Winter, representing the defense and the prosecu-
tion, battled furiously over the fate of the beautiful
Karen Andre, portrayed by Helen Thomas.
Unusual character parts were portrayed by
Elaine Clark, Don Robertson, Dick Harvey, Bill
Blanchard, Stan l-lagler, and Bea Bloom. Dave Pate
appeared as an unscrupulous but likeable thug. A
jury, picked from the audience, acquitted the glam-
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Joan Goodlett tries the witness chair
before court convenes.
Defendant Helen Thomas and Attorney
Steele experience a few bad moments in
the midst of the trial.
The orderly process of law is interrupted
by smooth talking Gangster Pate.
"l killed him," shouts Scandinavian
Blanchard to the amazement of Banker
Clerk White finally wangles an oath
from Magda Svenson, portrayed by Elaine
"Brenda" Bloom flirtatiously tells all
for the sake of her late lamented husband,
Prosecutor Winter encourages Widow
Faulkner to gain sympathy from the jury as
the trial gets under way.
Spotlight out today becomes the
standard cry ot Angels every other
Thursday, as they eagerly buy their is
sues ot the paper and rush ' en masse
to the auditorium, where a program of
unusual merit is offered, This year
the programs have been widely varied
in their content, and thoroughly en
joyed by all
Chuck Bennett swings out with a "La
"Touche!" Tory Lu makes a strike.
Highwayman Niblo woos lnnkeeper's
daughter, "sweet sixteen and never
been kissed enough," Brierly.
lnquisitor McEniry awards the "booby"
prize to the vanquished teachers.
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Above left . . . Luncheon with the Shaw Dancers
from Cheyenne Mountain High School, who travel through-
out the country giving demonstrations ot talk dances.
Above right . . . How "East High" looks from above.
Down to earth again atter their trip to the D. U. ob-
servatory, the Astronomy club eats.
Below . . . Two-bit hops became oopular at East this
year. These impromptu affairs enlivened otherwise dance-
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Above left . . . The opropos subject of conscription being
discussed before o concerned student body.
Above right . . . "Allernond left and around the hall!"
Dr. Lloyd Show colls for Mexican ond Southwestern
The student body responds obstreperously to the enthusi-
ostic cheer leoders.
Below left . . . Chuck Bennett's boys swing out on licorice
sticks and soxes.
Below right . . . The fellows that keep the show moving.
Above left . . . Leaning on the old top
Above right . . . Always a welcome
speaker, Dean Roberts.
The Maestro awaits.
The Reverend Ard gives us a sane view
Below left . . . The spirit of giving is
typified by eager children - in
"short," the student council.
Below right . . . Red and White Jack-
ets sponsor an enthusiastic pep
rally, led by the cheer leaders.
A good notured post mortem
on the color pictures of the
Models Morinotf ond Pate
display the new spring toshions.
Clothes that well-dressed
Angels weor, os modeled by
Seroph Sisters honor their
"little sisters," the sophomores,
of o toll teo.
Mrs. Anderson weic om es
mid-yeor entrants ot o teo given
Lowe ond Mr, Mohin
worried mothers ond
ot the onnuol P.T.A.
Seniors ond sophomores frot-
ernize ot Otter-school refresh-
Photography as a vocation is discussed with
"cornera-minded" Angels at the annual Kiwanis
lnterclub council members, Eleanore, Nancy,
Betty, Dorris, Pat, Sally, and Margaret, play
with the toys bought os Christmas gifts for the
children at the Twenty-Fourth Street School.
Those who head the student body at their
respective schools meet to exchange ideas.
Those represented were North, South, Manual,
West, and East.
A "shot in the arm" is onticipated by Wesley
Gross and Morton Pepper as they prepare for
the T. B. test.
Among every Angel's anticipations and re-
flections, East High dances rank near the top,
as he looks forward to and back upon these
social events. Sponsored by different school
organizations and planned by the students,
this year's dances were an indisputable suc-
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The "Seraph Swing" swung in the l94O-
4l social season under the sponsorship of the
six girls' clubsg Clio, Cruisers, lunto, Minerva,
Thalia, and White jackets. 'Neath a crepe
paper ceiling in the club's colors, angelettes
and the men of their choice swayed to the
music of Vernon Robertson on September 28.
The noticeable absence of posies in hair and
on shoulders was due to a new ruling, this
year flowers were worn only at the proms.
ln order to revive and keep alive these
happy memories, the Angelus has sketched, in
its own way, each dance as we want to re-
member it. Although the Senior Prom came
too late for publication, it won't be forgotten.
So that every senior would have a chance to
attend, the class of '4l broke all tradition by
holding their prom at a local hotel.
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Corn-cob pipes and bales of hay were fea-
tured at the Senior Barn Dance, October l8,
as angels in glad rags of denim and plaid swung
their calico-clad gals. A mid-evening pickup
of cider and donuts was welcomed after the
jivin' to l-lappy Logan's music. No accidents
occurred in spite of the pipes and hot jitter-
bugging, for all the barn's "atmosphere" was
fire-proofed, even the hay.
The first snowstorm and the Hi-Y "Snow-
ball" vied for angels' attentions on November
9. To the tunes of Stan Koskoff, seraphs play-
ed among the cotton snowballs hung from the
ceiling of the cafe, which was decorated in
blue and white. The feature of the evening
was the presentation of a huge popcorn ball to
Mr. Niblo, sponsor of l-li-Y. Shown with him
are Ray Wadlington, ludy l-lilliker, Bill Steele,
and Patsy White.
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garb for light-footed angels. The "D" Club
"Gridiron Swing," always a pacemaking dance,
was the first to feature use of the elevator for
dances in the cafe on December l4. Pledging
pranks prevented dull moments as "D" Club
greenies entered the ranks of the full-fledged.
Oh yesl There was dancing too, to the sweet
and swing music of Chuck Bennett's orchestra,
No more climbing in formal
Angels, wearing informal date clothes,
celebrated East's second consecutive football
championship at the Red and White jackets'
"Pep Parade," November 30. Pennants and
streamers in East's colors helped disguise the
cafe, and angelic Yehudis were seen dancing
on the walls in red and white jackets. Chick
Berg with his marimba added to the gayness
of the occasion with the newest hit tunes, and
carried the evening to a victorious finish.
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Rhumbas and congas, played by Pogey
Stoner, were special features of lunto, Min-
erva, and Thalia's "Fiesta La Conga." ln order
that seraphs might dance the South American
way without crashing through the cafe into
the auditorium, the dance was given in the
Boys' gym, january l8. Six-foot silhouettes of
couples "rhumbaing" gave a festive air, and a
full southern moon was a fitting contrast to
the wintry weather outside.
Seraph sweethearts added to the heavenly
atmosphere of pink and turquoise streamers,
sparkling hearts and silhouettes at Clio and
Cruisers' annual Sweetheart Dance, February
l4. As always there was a grand march of
angelettes in their loveliest formals, angels in
their best suits, and the boys were given car-
nations. Scintillating swing by Bill Petrie's
orchestra called for the dancing of all romantic
angels on that perfect Valentine's night.
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All wet? Want your money back? A
broken water pipe almost put a damper on
angels' fun by causing the postponement of
Congress' "Spring Swing." Many formals were
worn to movies, March Zl, by those who found
out the changed plans too late. The suspense
of waiting one week and having two dates
instead of one made the first spring dance
most successful 3 and luckily Emerson Ozment's
orchestra was still able to play for the happy
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A professional floor show with the well
known Dorvalettes featured in tap dancing,
contortionist, singing, and comedy numbers
highlighted an evening at the Cherub Casino,
February l. Blue velvet draped the cafe walls
and soft lights put a glow on angelic faces. The
final sophisticated note of the angels, night
club was the smo-o-oth music of Stan Koskoff
and his orchestra.
Remember the full April moon, twinkling
stars, and ivy-covered columns of the "Moon-
light Terrace," or the junior Prom on April l9?
Proms being the most important dances of the
year, corsages were permitted, and many new
formals, cotton and otherwise, made their
debuts. With Emerson Ozment and his orches-
tra furnishing music, Bernie johnston, Donna
Stoffel, lo Lindblad, and Ed Almon found their
heaven on the "Moonlight Terrace."
The Barn Dance was loads of fun for every-
one, but the crisp night air felt good after
jivin' in the boys' gym. Angels, eager for a
"coke" and a view of the harvest moon, throng
out the doorway,
Evenings like these work up any Angel's
appetiteg and who doesn't like a "coke" and
sandwich at his favorite drive-in? Maybe we'd
better leave now for we're keeping Suzy Harl
upg can't even Dave Pate and Louie Parks keep
the gal interested?
"Swing the corner lady and promenade the
halll" Lloyd Shaw and his Cheyenne square
dancers showed novice and experienced Angels
the Hart" of old time dancing. During assem-
bly periods a demonstration of southwestern
dances was given, and a twenty-five-cent so-
cial was held after school.
"Flunkers' Frolicf, the first informal juke
box dance of the year and sponsored by the
l-li-Y Mothers' club, was as successful as those
which followed it. Forty-one Club, Forty-two
Club, Forty-three Club, and Red jackets also
gave dances with such clever names as: "Sad-
dle-shoe Stomp," "luke-box lumpfl and "Two-
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SCRIPT BOOK BIGWIGS
Marilyn Richardson, editorg Suzanne Forwood, editorg Bob Davies, business manager
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With a record sale of nearly five hundred
copies, the Script Book, East's publication of
original literary efforts, conclude a year
marked by unusual success. Under the spon-
sorship of the Script Club and the creative
writing classes, the book was issued April
seventeenth. Included in it were the winning
entries in the Edith Hill short story contest and
the Laura Pratt Strang Memorial poetry con-
test. Poems, sketches, and short stories of un-
usual merit, written by East students are the
contents of the book, fittingly dedicated to
The worthiness of this book, which has
never fallen from its high standards, is due in
no small part to the efforts of Mrs. Mary E.
Lowe, faculty advisor.
The members of the staff are Marilyn
Richardson, Patricia james, George Creamer,
Betty Lane, Betty McKee, Harold Nickolos,
Bill Askin, Robert Taub, Bernon l-lurd, Mar-
garet Keegan, Wayne Hunt, Richard Andres,
Don Vining, loyce l-lorton, Don Bean, jacque-
line Richardson, jim De Tarr, Gloria Crund,
loan Coodlett, Edith Welle, Bob Nichols, Val-
erie Conway, Alice Cuerber, Patricia Eollis,
and Bob Davies.
With Editor Mathilda Wiesman and Spon-
sor L. A. Brooks as able leaders, the l94l
Angelus board put out a book with many inter-
esting new features. For the first time in several
years, the book has a theme, statuesg a duo-
tone view section and division pages give color
to the otherwise black and white appearance.
ln place of the white space in last year's
annual, original write-ups and captions bright-
en the l94l yearbook. However, the newest
and most spectacular feature of all is the fully
colored cut of East, mounted on the formal
gray cover. Keeping pace with the present
times and stressing American patriotism, the
board dedicated the l94l Angelus to The
American Way of Life.
ln addition to editing a yearbook the Ange-
lus staff had several other activities this year.
An entertaining assembly was presented to the
school to promote subscription sales. The
annual picnic May 3 at Fillius Park was a big
success attended by board members and their
dates. Mr. Brooks was host to the staff at a
potluck supper in his new home.
Bob Vick Roy
The staff acknowledges with thanks the valuable
assistance of Bill Steele with this year's book.
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Ralph David touches up the Giant
Selector for the Bucket ot Brass as-
sembly while Blanche Ginsberg and
Vee Marinott finish up other details.
Business Manager Berge is on the
trail of coupon books.
Doughnuts and other "weighty
problems" are being eliminated in a
late afternoon session.
Steele takes his civic improvement
duty seriously, as he operates on Asso-
ciate Editor Allen.
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Safarik, Elizabeth Hattrick, Janet Frost, DiAnne Dunn, Charlene Mahoney, Virginia Taylor
The Spotlight, East's All-American news-
paper, started out with a bang this year when
students were surprised with a First Day free
edition, greatly helping with speedy orienta-
tion and presenting a general analysis of sum-
mer news. The paper continued to give top
notch news and feature service throughout
the remainder of the year with special Christ-
mas, Red and White Day and Senior editions.
Through increased sales the Spotlight was able
to give the school gifts totaling well over two
hundred dollars, including everything from
band uniforms to books.
This year's editorial campaign stressed the
need for a stoplight near the school and urged
a revision of the first l94l school constitution.
Safety was publicized by 'iSafety Sonnet" car-
toons and features.
The Spotlight staff consists of Editor-in-
Chief Bill McCordg Assistant Editor Stanley
Haglerg Sports Editor Stanley Harmeling Asso-
ciate Editors Marjorie Davis and Elizabeth
l-lattriclcg Business Manager Arthur l-lolchg
Assistant Business Manager Walter l-luttnerg
Board of Control Bill McCord, Stanley Hagler,
Elizabeth l-lattrick, Marjorie Davis, Arthur
l-lolch, Morton Pepper, Morton Fisher, Murray
Hoffman, Suzanne l'larl, Vivian Marinoff, Dor-
ris Martin, Letitia l-lendee, Eileen McCauley,
Lackie Fisherg Advisor Dorothy Dunn.
The associate editors display great interest in a dic-
tionary and a name file.
They read their papers during the Spotlight assembly.
Stan Hagler and Miss Dunn watch the linotypist set
up copy on printer's day.
Arthur l-lalch, business manager, acts as announcer
for Spotlight programs.
The editor relaxes over a copy of his favorite reading
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The year l94l marks the tenth anniversary
of the founding of the A Cappella choir of East
Denver High School. During these years the
choir has made an enviable record in the pre-
sentation of 'fine music.
This year's group has upheld this standard of
excellence in the various performances it has
The choir provided the music at the Christ-
mas Pageant and the Easter Services at school in
addition to programs given at the Lions Club,
Smiley junior High School, and Cove junior High
School. The Christmas broadcast of the "Know
Jean Marie Zurick, Yvonne Pearson, Belle Sperling, Willa Latham, Elaine Foster, Carolee Fair, Arlene Ross Phyllis Sharpe Lois
Welle, Nancy Van Stone, Joan Hilliker, Donna Halliday, Jean Allison, Dorothy Garbarino
Hughes Bakewell, John Zeigler, Roy Scott, Jack Cloud, Corinne Cramer, Doris Youngs, Shirley Lehman, Nancy lngwersen Mary
Nielsen, Miss Moorhead, Mary Cabiness, Janice Warner, Shirley Rights
Raymond Hood, Kenneth Fleming, Henry Cibrowski, Gordon Smith, Lee MacDonald, Joe Russ, Ronald Thaxton Bob Borden
John Hallock, Bill Glass, Bill Macauley, Homer Frank, Bob Ryan, Joe Carlson
Your Schools" radio program was an A Cappella
concert. East's choir sang over a national hookup
in a combined choir with other similar groups.
Climaxing the year the group sings at com-
Fitting tribute to Miss Fareeda Moorhead,
director, is that each year alumni from the choirs
of other years return to hold an "alumni sing"
after the last performance of the Christmas
Pageant. This year there were representatives
from every choir but two.
Wherever good music is enjoyed, the A Cap-
pella Choir is welcomed.
Row l: Ruth Stuver, Gloria Seitz, Dorothy Martin, Helen Egan, Judy Hilliker, Patsy Lcipatin, Joan Benadum, Caryl Holter, Janice Lyon
Row 2: Jane Prouty, Virginia Gifford, Charlotte Hogarth, Peggy Lou Lowell, June Carson, Betty Thorpe, Edith Wirth, Tom Collier, Stanley
Hagler, John Fabling
Row 3: Jim Parriott, Jim Hanson, Bruce Rockwell, Henry Winter
Row 4: Bob McCammon, Bill Read, John Howbert
Sunday afternoon concerts by the concert
orchestra have highlighted the musical year at
East. These concerts given throughout the
year have had varied programs ranging from
symphonic classics to the works of contempo-
rary composers. Mr. Roland Roberts, who di-
rects the orchestra, deserves a great deal of
credit tor the work ot the instrumental organ-
izations at East.
left to right: Dan Melillo, Alice Guerber, Don Smith, Ruby Lawson, Janice Villien,
Eileen Carroll, Dora Brennan, Don Nichols, June Dunsworth, Juanita Lewis, Mary
Richelle Rudolph, Art Holch, Mark Mueller, Lenoir Charlesworth, Patricia Brostadt,
Bruce Packard, Jim Lapton, Kenneth Carroll, Marilyn Mead, Eileen Charlesworth,
Bob Grossman, Gloria Romeo, Marion Hinkley
Sandy Schwartz, Gerald Hill, Gerald Hewitt, Jack Vance, Dorothy Quier, Bertha
Pierce, David Ott, Charles Pease, Ray Horst, Bill Miller, Randolph Taylor, Malcolm
Wood, Darline Jones, Darline Smith
left of piano: Margaret Wright, La Verne Wilkenson, Shirley Stoddard, lla Allen,
Frances Riggs, Stephen Kapian, Rodney Hunt, Harriett Cross, Barbara Andrews,
Everett Powell, Gertrude Adler, Mildred Johnson, Dorothy Pospisil, John Westley,
David Trisler, Henry Ruby, Alex Horst, Bob Berg, Dick Wooley, Joen Kremer, Morris
Gelfman, George Young, Wilma Pospisil, Florence Warren, Jeff Van Hoose
aordl uancecl Uiandl
The band is an extremely versatile organ-
ization. They have played and marched for
football games, taken part in civic parades,
presented concerts on Sunday afternoons, and
delighted pep assemblies with renditions of
"Hold That Tiger."
Not all members ofthe band participate in
each kind of program. There is a marching
band, pep band, concert band, and dance band
all made up of members of the advanced band
Dave Hargraves, Bob Best, Patty Riley, Floyd Pope, Norman Woolley, Bob O'Neill,
Bob Grossman, Don Hamilton, Frank Dollis, George Irvin, Dorcas Holtzeclow
Don Smith, Cherry Lou Fellner, Bob Menger, Donna Millard, Hal Trifon, Sheila Fitz-
gerald, Marion Corzine, Roberta Hard, Bob McLauthIin, David Ott, Dene Urhlaub,
Bob Niedheiser, Allan Winter, Paul Emrich, Betty Brown, Eileen Charlesworth
Georgia Gray, Nancy Markham, Ed Johnson, James Googe, Alfred Trefus, George
Young, Wilma Pospisil, Vernon True, Clayton Davis, Paul Holcombe, Freeman Bul-
lock, Wayne Clarke, Andy Littell, Jack Griffith, Melvin Howland, Donald Anderson,
Doris Harwood, Jack Rothwell, Lee Lincoln
Carl Greene, Norman Orr, Reyburn Morse, Jim Riggs, Winston Wolv-
Johnston, Dan Telk, Myron Frosh, Bob Jacobs, Shirl Davis, Arthur
Bradford, Alex Horst, Jim Rogers, Dorothy Pospisil, Horace Anderson,
Bud Proctor, John Moseley, Douglas Reese, Norman Holcombe, John-
son Mossman, Roy Dryer, Orville Isaacs, Frank Gower
Joel Kremer, George Chelf, Jack Wyatt, Mason Jackson, Bob Thomas
Row l: Jeannette Ohlman, Kaye Duncan, lone Keister, Dorothy Roswell, Eleanore Spencer, Marilyn Murdock, Marian Campbell, Alberta
Hendrix, Margaret Fambrough, Helen Snyder, Lorraine Morrison, Edith Dove, Shirley Marrs, Paulette Sherman, Nettie Biere, Viola
Meyer, Connie Griffith, Rosemary Ball, Ruth Duffy, Catherine Howland, Pauline Curtis, Carolyn Kearney
Row 2: Wilda Jane Derryberry, Barbara Peters, Catherine Dowden, Lois Woodward, Gayle Thelander, Ruth Boscoe, Martha Houseman,
Betty McKee, Pat Martindale, Evelyn Hirsch, Virginia Kinyon, lva May Lull, Jeanne Richardson, Peggy Van Hooser, Donna Mc-
Intyre, May Ward, Mary Louise Anderson, Alice Willacy, Dorothy Kranich, Jean Lou Brown, Di Anne Dunn, Marilyn Richardson,
Betty Jeanne Bonfield, Edva Jane Olson, Florence Davis.
Row 3: Alice Wilson, Charlotte Hanks, Caroline Willson, Margaret Berge, Katherine Ann Lee, Betty Jones, Charlene Woods, Harriet Coll-
ing, Joy Fox, Violette McCarthy
'fha cgize Ciuifi
Among the most enjoyable courses offered
at East for those who like to sing are the glee
classes. The selected girls glee club and the
boys glee club sing for assemblies, P. T. A.
meetings, and for the meetings of civic organ-
izations in the city.
Membership in the selected girls glee club
is based on ability in singing, and members are
chosen after they have been in a glee and voice
class. The experience and pleasure of public
performances inspires many to try out.
Row l: Leroy Braun, Gordon Zartman, Kempton Nurnberg, Bob Munsey, Ted Sessler, Tom McGuire, Morton Mann, Keith Swan, Tex Bu-
chanan, Bill Myers, Charles Levy
Row 2: Wallace Lundquist, Bill Bower, Eugene Miller, John Tesar, Bill Lowe, Miss Moorhead, Bill Peregrine, Charles Meyer, Lee Carter,
Eugene Perkins, George Crowder, Leonard Larson
Row I: George Young, Hal Trifon, Lee Lincoln, Jack Rothwell, Sterling Zimmerman, Malcolm Woods
Row 2: Ray Dryer, Bill Miller, Frank Gower
Row 3: Randolph Taylor, Vernon True, Morris Gelfman, Jim Rogers, Bob Ross, Joel Kremer
Trio: Gloria Seitz, Judy Hilliker, Caryl Holter
Soloist: Caroline Kearney
Among the most accom-
plished of Eastls musical groups
is the Madrigal Choir, com-
posed of members of the A
Cappella Choir. This smaller
group sings for programs when
the amount of stage space is
not enough to accommodate
the full choir.
This group is new this year
and will be developed more
thoroughly in the future.
X was 25,
The choir of Drake University sings
for an East audience.
Mrs. McCarthy leads the Selected
Girls Glee Club in a program of fa-
Row l: Bob Tipton, Howard Williams, Jim Shaddock, Frank Jeffries
Row 2: Bill Steele, Dave Pate, Betty Allbert, Mathilda Wiesman
Row 3: Margaret McKenny, Janet Brazile, Barbara Jeanne Engstrom, Judith Hilliker, Caryl Holter, Eleanore Ross, Joan Hilliker, Mary Nielson
Row 4: Dick Officer, George Mullin, Tom Collier, Bud Stitt, Bob Patterson, Bill McCord, Gordon Brown, Mary Lou Johnston
Cloltc .Studlz-:nt Councill
A new system was installed in the func-
tioning of the student council this year. The
students elected to the council were assigned
to a daily class and so were able to accomplish
more work and carry through ideas which had
long been in their minds.
The three major tasks that confronted this
council were the making of a new constitu-
tion, revising the points system, and a study
of the clubs of East.
The council, when school began in the
fall, was divided into committees such as
safety, entertainment, constitution, points,
Work was done mostly in these groups
during the first semester. Chairmen brought
frequent reports to the council as to the work
being done. A great deal was accomplished
through these committees. The most import-
ant committee and the one that introduced
the major project of revising the school con-
stitution was the constitution committee.
The need for a new constitution was
brought to light when the system of election
was found to be poorly set up in the former
constitution. The entire council worked on
election changes for the new constitution.
Teachers were consulted for their ideas on the
method with which future elections should be
run, and constitutions of other high schools
Finally the methods of nomination and of
voting were changed. This change was to
make elections more democratic and better
regulated. It is hoped the council will be even
more efficient and effective in the future.
Another significant change effected in this
document was the status of the delegate as-
sembly. Before it had existed merely as an
advisory groupg now, it stands as a strong leg-
islative branch of East's student government.
The constitution was passed upon by the
delegate assembly, the student council, and
Mr. Hill and is now in effect at East. The re-
vision of the point system went hand in hand
with the new constitution.
During the last semester a study of the
clubs was made and the granting of charters
was done. Presidents of the clubs appeared
before the council and answered questions
concerning their respective clubs.
All in all the student council this year
was the most effective and active council that
has ever been at East.
The delegate assembly meets to con-
sider legislation before presenting
it to their classes.
Dressing the school in its Christmas
finery is the perennial duty of the
Mr, Molien, Miss Murchison, Betty
Allbert, and Dave Pate, the council
sponsors and student body presi-
The Student Council was ably repre-
sented at the conference held at
Colorado Agricultural College in
Filing and checking club question-
naires keeps council members busy.
Row l: John Westley, Audrey Berwick, Jane Bromfield, B. J. Bromfield, Cynthia Carr, Joan Goodlet, Elizabeth Jolly, Harker Collins, Flora
Lee Coppel, Jean Fleming, Alberta Hendrix, Gloria Seitz, Barbara J. Engstrom
Row 2: Betty Anne Ford, Mary Helen Sills, Helen Wachob, Betty Van Detten, Ruthmary Fabiano, Pat Nathan, Betty Lou Hall, Val Con-
way, Joan Schemmel, Annette Glasier, Eleanor Chantz, Doris Youngs
Row 3: Willa Latham, Eileen Charlesworth, Joanne Rabb, Julia Scott, Catherine Douden, Betty Marie Dyatt, Letitia Hendee, Jane Prouty,
Ruth Hopkins, Jane Emerson, Lois Welle, Bob Swords
Row 4: Mitchell Godsman, Herman Richman, Wally Lundquist, Stan Hagler, Leonard Bell, Genevieve Banks, Marilyn Lessing, Mitzi Stern,
Ruth Spiegelman, Beverly Burford, Danny Burmeister, Bob Schroeder
Behind the Footlights
K'Young April," presented in the spring by
the Drama Club, climaxed the club year for
this organization ot ambitious actors. The
Thespians donated most ot the proceeds ot the
very successful show to the purchase of the
The entire club assisted in the production,
selling tickets, ushering at the play, and helping
behind the scenes as prompters, dressmakers,
and make-up artists. As in previous years, the
play was directed by Mrs. Knecht, the club
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President . . . Owen Brady
Vice-President . Elizabethlolly
Treasurer . . Harker Collins
Sponsor . . Mrs. Knecht
Mary Arno, prominent Russian ac-
tress, provides an afternoon of spark-
ling entertainment for the Drama Club.
Row l: Lois Garbarino, Ruth Lucas, Muriel Morris, Ruth Gonser, Laura David, Judy Haskins, Mary Louise Shriver, Pat Samson, Dorris
Martin, Martha Houseman
Row 2: Joy Fox, Beatrice Sobol, Jane Underhill, Dorcas Lamont, Betty Jean Nordberg, Connie Griffith, Marian Reed, Norma Warner, Ruth
Row 3: Joan McElin, Virginia Gose, Jane Fox, Marian Hannon, Helen Sigman, Jeanne Gordon, Elaine Gordon, Jeanette Goldstein, Thelma
Row 4: Barbara Hungerford, Helen Craig, Jane Bresnahan, Sally Beattie, Janet Brazile, Barbara Peters, Cherry Lou Felner, Margaret
Keegan, Lucille Levich
ln an attempt tc learn more about the Club members also provided entertainment
drama field, the l75 members heard Mrs. at the monthly meetings. A good scholastic
Charles Works, of the Civic Theater, Adele record and a sincere interest in acting are
Bradford Hatten, well known actress and requisites for membership. Members are ad-
make-up authority, and Austin Williams of mitted in the fall of each year.
Thespians learn some of
the finer points of make-up.
Row l: Gloria Grund, Francis Houlton, Lois Garbarino, Sally Brown, Daisy Lieber, Dorothy Gebhard, Margy Frame, Jean Hilbert,
Tory Lu Larson, Margaret Cobb, Margaret Keegan, Margaret Bronstein, Mildred Morris, Helen Egan, Doris Burley, Ruth Lucas,
Marian Campbell, Jean Allison, Pat Barret
Row 2: Joyce Horton, Joan Benadum, Elizabeth Ardelt, Virginia Gose, Kay Duncan, Lenore Doner, Marilyn Murdock, Jacie Myers,
Betty Jane Miller, Donna Halladay, Luana Levy, Joan Holden, Barbara Dwyer, Elinor Harrison, Caryl Holter, Joan Hilliker,
Clarice Lake, Joann Gibson, Joan Alverson, Judy Hilliker
Row 3: Annette Glasier, Joan Gross, Betty McKee, Priscilla Davis, Dorothy Garretson, Jean Crotchett, Ruth Fischer, Peggy Lou Lowell,
Jo Linblad, Zelda Lasky, Dorothy Comnillo, Elizabeth Gebhardt, Pat Anderson, Mary Elizabeth Bourk, Janet Frost, Jane
Emerson, Marjorie Davis, Charlene Mahoney, Shirley Dittman, Janis Lyon, Pat James
Row 4: Jean Herdman, Helen Moenke, Lois Lien, Beverly Baker, Bee Bloom, Mildred Griggs, Wilda Jane Derryberry, Dorothy Foster,
Dorris Martin, Catherine Douden, Theresa Farrell, Shirley Dawson, Betty Gay, Shirley Lehman, Ruth Liljestrom, Juanita Lewis,
Suzanne Forwood, Donna Miller
Potent Pep Promoters
Resplendent in their new red and white Miss Ruth johnson, assisted by Sally
uniforms, the White jackets, girls, pep club, Rinkle, president, and the squad leaders, plan-
helped increase enthusiasm at the sports ned and directed these drills while Mrs. Ruby
events by its very fine drills. Flannery, co-sponsor, handled the business at-
tairs ot the club.
President .... Sally Rinkle
Vice-Pres. . Mary Loulohnston
Secretary .... Mary Nilsson
Treasurer . . . Valerie Conway
The Bow ancl Arrow climaxed a
year ot unusually successful drills.
Row 'l: Gladys Waxman, Carolyn Netherton, Gloria Norberg, Zella Peterson, Esther Swerer, Yvonne Pearson, Miss Johnson, Val Conway,
Mary Lou Johnston, Sally Rinkle, Mary Nilsson, Mrs. Flannery, Pat Samson, Shirley Vail, Caroline Wilson, Phyllis Safarik, Beatrice
Sobol, Ruth Stuver, Shirley Stoddard
Row 2: Jackie Shadford, Dorothy Prouty, Carol Wickham, Pat Shields, Marian Reed, Phyllis Smethills, Sid Woodward, Donna Stoffel, Betty
Taylor, Eleanor Richardson, Betty Jeanne Shrader, Norma Worland, Eleanor Spencer, Dorothy Wooddell, Eleanor Shantz, Marilyn
Thomas, Donna Teeter, Myrtilla Williams, Kay Spoentgen, Jean Webster
Row 3: Pat Parrish, Rose Wiesman, Frances Riggs, Esther Pim, Kathryn Schultz, Norma Warner, Aurelia Petersen, Jean Thompson, Billie
Schlessinger, Bette Walsworth, Margaret Russell, Margaret Theobold, Edith Welle, Margaret Freeland, Mary Anna White, Helen
Nielsen, Betty Ann Stahl
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Added support was given the basketball
team this year by the White jackets, who
attended the games in a group wearing their
uniforms. Spurred on by the frenzied cheering
from the gals in the gallery, the team was vic-
The White jacket organization has the
distinction ot being the first pep club for girls
in the Denver schools. lt was founded by Ella
Walker Snyder, teacher at East, in l93O to
furnish pep and enthusiasm at sports events.
White jacket Squad Leaders
White Jackets pay tribute to rival school.
Row l: Dave Pate, Ray Wadlington, Jimmy Parriott, Bob Sack, Tupper Smith, Mr. Niblo, John Adams, John Ziegler, Chet Latcham, Frank
Row 2: Pete Van Schaack, Clark Beer, Hank Ciborowski, George Mullin, Bruce Rockwell, Bob Fisher, Bruce Awenius, Hank Bowes, Collins
Morrison, John Hallock
Row 3: Bill Spoor, Tiny Meffley, Bob Vick Roy, Bob Davies, Jack Miller, Alex Briber, Sam Bulkley, Ray Hagerty, Manville Nelson
Character and Service
To build character, promote Christian
ideals and fellowship, and to provide an oppor-
tunity tor the boys who are members ot the
club to come in contact with leading citizens,
are the aims of l-li-Y, sponsored by Mr. Niblo.
Each spring enough boys are voted in to re-
place the graduating seniors and till the quota
ot thirty-tive members.
Dinner meetings, the Snow Ball, a fall
dance, and a spring picnic comprised Hi-Y's
social calendar. The Mothers' Club, the only
organization ot its kind, has monthly meetings
when plans are made for activities to get
money for the Boys' Fund. "Two-bit Dances,"
which were so popular this year, were begun
by the Mothers' Club.
President . . Tupper Smith
Vice-President . Cordon Brown
Secretary . . . Cy Allen
Treasurer . . . john Cuaz
Sergeant-al--Arms . Bob Sack
Sponsor . . . Mr. Niblo
Johnny Cuaz registers skepticism
as Mr. Parriott leads the discussion.
rea-1--ws -r -f
Row i: Ellis Langley, Mike Fitzmorris, Earl Cranston, Morton Fisher, Neil Norgren, Mr. Cavender, Hover Lentz, Bob Tipton, Bill Berge, Bob
Row 2: Bill Steele, Paul Fullerton, Fletcher McDowell, Jack Murphy, Harrie Humphreys, Alex Briber, Bob Nichols, Lawrence Wert, Ed
Almon, Kirk Tracy
Row 3: Malcolm Wood, Jake Henegar, Dave Stephenson, Brad Wolfe, Dave Chalmers, Cy Allen, Leonard Hurley, Bob Lydon, Morgan
Townsend, Lee Carter
Roberts' Rules Reign
To the Congress Club, sponsored by Mr.
Cavender, goes the distinction of being the
oldest high school club in Colorado. lt was
begun in the old East High before l89O with
the aim of developing in high school boys the
ability to think quickly and accurately, and to
speak freely and effectively while on their
feet. International affairs, the United States
foreign policy, and political controversies were
debated at weekly meetings.
President . . Hover Lentz
Vice-President . Knox Burton
Secretary . . Neil Norgren
Treasurer . . Morton Fisher
Sergeant-at-Arms . Bob Tipton
Weighty matters beset officers
Lentz and Norgren and sponsor Cav-
Social affairs of the Congress Club in-
cluded a spring picnic and a dance in March.
Because the club membership is limited by its
constitution to forty boys, admittance into
the club is desired by many and achieved by
few. Membership is based upon the speaking
ability and the scholastic average of the boy
who is making the application. The club is very
proud of the ability of its members and the
achievements of its alumni.
Row iz Carmen Gomez, Tory Lu Larson, Mrs. Arnold, Cynthia Carr, Katherine Van Hee, Margaret Freeland, Betty Jeanne Bonfield, Elaine
Todd, Miss McNally, Aletha Duston, Jane Emerson, Lois Welle
Row 2: La Rue White, Ruth Hopkins, Eileen Charlesworth, Harriette Cross, Marian Schwalb, Jo Lindblad, Mary Iris Day, Virginia Lock,
Mary Alberta Hendrix, Hope Sabin, Mary Ann Green
Row 3: Adela Ryman, Docia Liggett, Jacie Myers, Virginia Bender, Vallorie Curtin, Helen Parks, Joyce Ramsey, Katherine Lee, Wilda Jane
Derryberry, Margaret Keegan
"Thalia" for the Arts
The members of La Belle, the most re-
cently formed of the five clubs which compose
the Inter-Club Council, this year changed the
name of the club to Thalia in honor of the
goddess of poetry and art. The club, sponsored
by Miss McNally and Mrs. Arnold, attempted
to broaden the interests of its members and
to encourage them to become more active in
The main purpose of the club, derived
from the Goddess Thalia, is to foster a deeper
appreciation of the arts. ln pursuit of this aim,
the girls ofthe club heard Mr. Bromfield, who
spoke on interior decorating, and Mr. Bartlett,
from the Chappell House. The members of
the club had a full social season which was
featured by the Fiesta La Conga which the
President . . Margaret Freeland
Vice-President . Bettyleanne Bonfield
Secretary .... Cynthia Carr
Katherine Van Hee
l Mrs. Arnold
' 2 Miss McNally
The president and secretary of Thalia, Mar-
garet Freeland and Cynthia Carr, fasten a bit
of advertising, prominently displayed above the
front stairs, for the Junto-Minerva-Thalia dance.
Row la Shirley Marrs, Betty Shrader, Ruth Liljestrom, Edith Leonard, Joyce Horton, Eleanore Ross, Gloria Bate, Mary Louise Shriver, Dor-
othy Wooddell, Marian Seyler, Marilyn Thomas
Row 2: Dorothy Gebhard, Yvonne Pearson, Jean Hilbert, Helen Nielsen, Annette Glasier, Patty Telk, Jean Webster, Shirley Lake, Pat
Emrick, Lois Frey
Row 3: Maxine Stoy, Elizabeth Hattrick, Elinor Olson, Charlotte Cox, Jackie Shadford, Louise Johnson, Kay Spoentgen, Dorothy Comnillo,
Row 4: Eleanor lronmonger, Jean Marie Zurick, Suzanne Tornow, Helen Purcell, Margaret Brown, Jayne Vaughn, Janet Frost, Fay Pearce,
Shirley Crotser, Elizabeth Gebhart, Priscilla Davies
Row 5: Jane Bromtield, Nannette Ritter, Joanne Robb, Charlotte Hogarth, Shirley Lehman, Betty Jane Tomlinson, Kay Reeves, Mary Beth
Travel by Proxy
Colburn, Shirley Bryant, Lucille Nunn, Maudie Horr
Founded in i922 by Miss Evelyn Griffith,
history teacher at East, to provide for girls
an opportunity to study ancient times and
foreign lands, Clio turned its attention this
year to the study of living in the world of today.
The members heard Mr. Robert Collier of
South High talk on his European travels, saw
a fashion show presented by a local furrier,
and heard Mrs. Helen H. Prommel, well known
ln its nineteen years of existence, Clio
has had only three sponsors, Miss C-riffith,
the founder, who sponsored the club from its
beginning to l925, Miss Sparhawk, who served
from i925 to l939, and the present faculty
advisor, Mrs. St. john. A Mother-Daughter
Tea in the spring and the annual Clio-Cruisers
Dance were the important social events en-
joyed by the one hundred and sixteen club
. Eleanore Ross
. Caryl Holter
Mrs. St. john
President . .
Secretary . . .
Senior Treasurer .
junior Treasurer .
Sponsor . . .
Suzy and Dorothy sell bids to Ruthie, Bar-
bara Jean, Dolores, ond Caryl.
Row l: Bob Storey, Ed Wirth, Jack Campbell, Bernie Johnson, Dick Beach, Jim McCaskill, John Ziegler, Mr. Schweiger, Bill Houlton, Bob
Fisher, Dick Marsh, Lee Carter, Tupper Smith, Hank Ciborowski, John Adams, Ray Wadlington, Jack Hansen, Bill Shepherd
Row 2: Norman Anderson, Bob Ferrand, Dean Cook, Burton Coles, Jim Studebaker, Bob Cottrell, Harrie Humphries, Melvin Bornstein, Jim
Elliot, Art Chavez, George Hughes, Bill Hopper, Lee Lincoln, Bob Jacobs, Hover Lentz, Bill Wellman, Paul Edwards, Homer
Row 3: LeRoy Stevens, Ed White, Bill McCord, Larry Monninger, Jim Cass, Bob Chambers, John Scott, John Yeros, Bob McMinn, Mort Fisher,
Don Marcus, Erynt Gray, Lawrence Wert, Don Blanchard, Bill Steele, Dave Pate, Bob Land, Joe Brown
Row 4: Paul Fullerton, Harvey McPhail, Dave Appel, Bruce Rockwell, Bob Verner, Harvey Luckett, Dave Musso, Brad Wolfe
Row 5: John Wyatt, Joe Rainey, Jim Bowland, Bruce Awenius, John Fabling, Ray Hagerty, George Mullin, Wes Dieter
Gathering ot Gladiators
The broad-shouldered East boys in the red
and white sweaters with all the stars and nu-
merals are members of the "DH Club. To be-
come a member a boy must have been awarded
either an athletic letter or a manager's letter.
Founded in l92l by its present sponsor, lVlr.
Schweigert, the club has as its main purposes
to foster clean athletics, uphold true sports-
manship, and increase team and school spirit.
The cultivation of friendship and under-
standing between team mates is encouraged by
the club. The eighty-two members of the club
sponsored a winter dance, the Pigskin Prom,
and a spring picnic. Among the activities at
meetings were motion pictures and talks by
such prominent men in the world of sports as
Dick Wells, member of Denver's famous
Legion basketball team.
President . BillHoulton
Vice-Pres. . lohn Ziegler
Secretary . . Bob Fisher
Treasurer. lim lVlcCaskill
Sponsor . Mr. Schweiger
"D" Club moguls con-
fer on weighty problems.
Row 1: Cyprieana Gabelman, Lois Lein, Virginia Gose, Ralph David, Marjorie Frame, Miss Taub, Pat Sampson, Hank Winter, Lenore
Doner, Kay Duncan, Beatrice Sobol
Row 2: Adela Ryman, Katherine Schultz, Billie Schlessinger, Donna Halliday, Pat Nathan, Marian Reed, Helen Egan, Shirley Marrs, Gloria
Grund, Betty Miller, Rochelle Rudolphe, Elizabeth Hattrick, Ruth Liljestrom, Phyllis Smethills
Row 3: Kay Sooentgen, Ruth Stuver, Ruth Gillesoie, Vee Marinoft, Sally Rinkle, Elizabeth Jolly, Dorris Martin, Katherine McKee, Mar-
gerie Davis, Ruth Fisher
Row 4: Bill Steele, Roger Bate, Bruce Rockwell, Carol Wickham, Letitia Hendee, Dorothy Gebhard, Bonnie Seldin, Margaret Theobald,
Shirley Stoddard, Murray Hoffman
Row 5: Jack Rothwell, Mike Fitzmorris, Dick Barber, Jack Carr, Robert Swords, Evan Mitchell, Joe Kindell, Charles Einarsen, Robert Mc-
Cammon, Gordon Smith, Frank Quinn, Bob Lydon, Eugene Stubbs
cifiationoll Hanan Society,
Character, Service, Leadership, Scholarship
The goal ot every East boy and girl is the
National Honor Society, an organization to
reward those students who have high scho-
lastic, citizenship, and service rating. Each fall
and spring titteen per cent of the l2A,s, ten
per cent ot the l2B's, and tive per cent ot the
l lA's are admitted to the club, following rec-
ommendations ot teachers and club members.
President . Pat Sampson
Vice-Pres. . HenryWinter
Secretary. Marjorie Frame
Treasurer . . Ralph David
. Miss Taub
"Shall we blackball him?"
The induction is an impressive ceremony,
as the whole student body pays tribute to those
boys and girls who have been so honored. The
club, under the sponsorship ot Miss Taub, has
no definite schedule ot activities, but serves
the school at every opportunity. As the Ange-
lus went to press, new members were being
asks Jean Walden of Dot Geb-
Row l: Adela Ryman, Betty Calhoun, Elizabeth Quinn, Gloria Grund, Elizabeth Hill, Gloria Norberg, Bea Bloom, Lois Garbarino, Billie
Schlessinger, Betty Allbert, Donna Halliday, Shirley Marrs, Lois Lien, Joanne Goodlett, Virginia Shackelford, Elizabeth Wood,
Dorothy Gebhardt, Carol Wickham, Eleanore Ross
Row 2: Vee Marinoff, Elsie Brimacomb, Nancy Van Stone, Elinor Holme, Phyllis Smethills, Marian Reed, Suzanne Forwood, Ruth Boscoe,
Betty Aldrich, Pat James, Jean Walden, Katherine Ann Lee, Dolores Armitage, Bernice Bordahl, Rochelle Rudolph, Shirley Gordon,
Marion Ives, Lilo Kaufman, Ellen Kenehan, Jeanne Richardson, Louise Stone, Sidney Woodward, Betty Jean Miller, Elaine Beck
Row 3: Jean Rathfon, Alice Van Arsdale, Dot Garretson, Jean Crotchett, Mary Lou Johnston, Sally Rinkle, Virginia Gose, Zelda Lasky,
Pat Nathan, Pat Parrish, Cleobelle Homsher, Lenor Doner, Betty McKee, Mary Ann Green, Barbara Humbert, Agnes Guiney,
Cyprienna Gabelman, Betty Taylor, Margaret Bevins, Dorlean Gray, Helen Russell, Betty Jane Wood
Row 4: Edith Welle, Bonnie Seldin, Marilyn Richardson, Ruth Fischer, Dorris Martin, Marjorie Frame, Elaine Foster, Jean Webster, Eliza-
Row 5: Shirley Stoddard, Shirley Dawson, Jean Reed, Vallorie Curtin, Marion Seifert, Pat Samson, Mari Morrison, Leona Jekot, June Clem-
ents, Helen Lattin, Joan Benadum
Hospitality for Newcomers
Helping incoming sophomore girls to adapt
themselves to East, and acting as hostesses in
the girls' social room are among the many
important services rendered the school by the
Seraph Sisters, honorary senior girls' organiza-
tion, sponsored by Mrs. Anderson, Dean of
girls. To try to acquaint the incoming girls
with the school a tea is given each semester
by the club, honoring them.
Each sophomore has tor her big sister a
member of the club, who attempts to help the
younger girl through her first year at East. To
be eligible for the club, the girls must be in the
upper one-third of the senior class, and have
a high record of service. Following a precedent
established in previous years, the head girl,
who this year is Betty Allbert, again served as
president of the club.
President . . . BettyAllbert
Vice-Pres. . . DorothySprigg
Secretary . . Donna Halliday
Treasurer . Billie Schlessinger
Sponsor . . . Mrs. Anderson
Big Sisters introduce sopho-
more girls to their new teachers.
Row l: Mary Murchison, Gloria Canepa, Phyllis Atlivaick, Irene Rothgerber, Phyllis Lee, Peggy Bartels, Jane Mueller, Sid Woodward,
Nancy Van Stone, Pat Youll, Beatrice Bloom, Ruth Gillespie, Jean Stratton, Elaine Hockinson, Shirley Richards, Martha Houseman,
Corinne Zurick, Katherine Looms
Row 2: Jean Reed, Jean Wilcox, Vee Marinoff, Doris Wood, Doris Baines, Caroline Netherton, Gloria Arfsten, Donna Stoffel, Donna Mc-
lntire, Elvira Anderson, Shirley Whetstone, Carol Newman, Marian Myers, Shirlee Hammond, Barbara Jean Dickerson, Phyllis
Smethills, Shirlee Buchanan, Dorothy Skov, Elizabeth Young
Row 3: Myrtilla Williams, Sybil Crandell, Jean Walden, Annette Reed, Helen Moenke, Eleanor Harrison, Joyce Weller, Pat Anderson, Jean-
nette Munroe, Alice Sweeney, Norma Worland, Janis Lyon, Rose Wiesman, June Carson, Phyllis Safarik, Rosemary Ball
Row 4: Betty Calhoun, Dorothy Garretson, Margaret Cobb, Betty Ann Tripp, Marian Seifert, Gene Turner, Ruth Lucas, Elizabeth Cutler,
Louise Jordens, Ruth Swett, Audrey Rempet
"Cruising around" learning about fashions
and styles, about cosmetics and the proper
care of the skin, and about interior decorating
were among the activities of the Cruisers Club.
Following one ot its aims which is to learn
about foreign countries and their cultures, the
club heard Mr. Brooks speak on Europe.
President .... Pat Youll
Isl'V.-P. . NancyVan Stone T
2nd V.-P. . . Beatrice Bloom
Secret'y . Sidney Woodward
Treasurer . . Ruth Gillespie
Sponsors . . . Mrs.Holaday
Betty Allbert administers the
oath at office to new potentates,
Charlesworth, Douden, Stuver, Stot-
fel, and Leonard.
Sponsored by Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Hola-
day, Cruisers is the largest of the Big Five.
The annual Clio-Cruiser Sweetheart Dance
which was held in February this year was an
outstanding success. This year Father Time
helped the Clio-Cruiser members, and the
dance was on St. Valentine's Day.
Row l: Jim Parriott, Clark Beer, Bill Berge, Wesley Dieter, Leslie Dieter, Bob Davies, Mr, Greenslit, Bob Patterson, Henry Ciborowski,
Bob Fisher, George Mallett, Leonard Hurley, Bill Spoof
Row 2: Sam Tera-aki, Dan Telk, Bill Sabin, Henry Winter, Glen Nyman, Knox Burton, Ellis Langley, Charles Soper, Bob Hughart, Jim
Holmes, Collins Morrison
Row 3: Edward fglmon, Hover Lentz, Tom Foster, Bill McCord, Morton Pepper, Bob Nichols, Ray Childers, John Ziegler, George Mullin,
Alex Bri er
Row 4: Bruce Rockwell, Roy Scott, Bob Bigelow, Mike Fitzmorris, John Ray, Jomes Ray, Fred Vorenberg, Morton Fisher, Bob Tipton,
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Service Th rough Pep
Gaining increasing importance and pres-
tige in school affairs, the Red jackets this year
took over the school pep assemblies. Led by
Mr. Creenslit, sponsor, and Mike Fitzmorris,
head cheer leader, novel stunts were presented
at these assemblies. The new victory song of
East was introduced this year by the Red and
A higher scholastic average and stricter
attendance requirements made membership in
the club an even greater honor. At every
sports event the Red jackets were on hand to
add significant volume to the cheering. Their
social season was highlighted by the Pep Pa-
rade given jointly at the conclusion of the
football season with the White jackets,
President .... Bob Davies
Vice-President . Bob Patterson
Secretary . . . Wesley Dieter
Treasurer . . Leslie Dieter
Sponsor . . Mr. Greenslit
Morton Fisher cracks wise to the
amusement of brother Red Jackets,
Fitzmorris, Winter, and the Dieter
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Row l: Fred Vorenberg, Ralph David, Frank Jeffries, Lester Truby, Dick Harvey, Mrs. Stearns, Kenny Fleming, Stan Hagler, Henry Hauser,
Row 2: Leslie Gross, Morton Mann, Ed White, Al Warner, Mark Horton, Dick Titus, Travis Fleischman, Jerry Quiat, Al Ling, Morton
Perotin, Gordon Milliken
Row 3: Ed Johnson, Robert Taub, John Smedley, Don Anderson, Fred Klein, Bob Nelson, Bert Horton, Dick Wester, Bill Glass, Morton
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Row 4: Richard Sweet, Don Ewer, Johnny Lyon, James Smith, Mitchell Godsman, Frank Smedinghoff, Karle Seydel, Jack Rothwell, Alan
Kahn, Leonard Bell
,Qlntcn nationall CRcllationA Cllub
Americanism Through Understanding
Keeping up with the rapidly changing
world of today was the main task of the boys
who are members of the International Rela-
tions Club. Many outstanding men in the
world of diplomacy were guest speakers at the
monthly meetings. Among these were Profes-
sor Hoffman of C. U., Dale Fuller of D. U., and
a representative of the Cates Rubber Com-
Taking time off from weighty discussions
and debates, the club sponsored the Cherub
Casino, which featured the thirty most beau-
tiful East girls. To become a member, a boy
must have a high scholastic average and be
able to deliver a good speech before the club.
The club, which is sponsored by Mrs. Stearns,
took an active part in the state l. R. club con-
President . Kenneth Fleming
Vice-Pres. , Murray Hoffman
Secretary .,.. Lester Truby
Treasurer . . Richard Harvey
Sponsor. . . . Mrs. Stearns
Part of the group who partici-
pated in the state l. R. conference at
D. U. check over their notes together.
Row l: Pat Farnsworth, Pat Dobbins, Gloria Grund, Elizabeth Hill, Clarice Lake, Joann Schemmel, Annabelle Gaines, Merribeth Riblett,
Elizabeth Jolly, Mrs. Bona, Dorris Martin, Lena Clarke, Elinor Holme, Joan Alverson, Jean Allison, Jo Gibson, Catherine Douden,
Mary Jane Rowe, Pat Shields, Ann Schweigert
Row 2: Barbara- Nauman, Roberta Lamb, Lois Woodward, Gertrude Page, Betty Dyatt, Hazel Denny, Thelma Rosenberg, Ann Hubbard,
Joan Gross, Pot Nathan, Joan Stapp, Eleanor Richardson, Margaret Berge, Sally Rinkle, Anita Austin, Nilah Morrison, Dorothy
Carpenter, Ann Stalder, Virginia Gose
Row 3: Shirley Hart, Frances Bornschlegal, Jean Bradley, Esther Pim, Toby Streltzer, Cynthia Typper, Dorothy Foster, Jean Herdman,
Eleanore Saenger, Norma Warner, Dolores Jackson, Alice Van Arsdale, Valerie Conway, Margaret Russell, Shirley Dittman, Mar-
garet Ann Weiss, Bernice North, Rebecca Harris, Betty McKee
Row 4: Lois Ryman, Eleanor Chantz, Ruth Rinkle, Yvonne Reeves, Betty Bliss, Barbara Bruhn, Leona Bliss, Lonnie McDonald, Shirley
Stoddard, Edith Welle, Ferdeen Rosenbloom, Zelda Lasky
From Literature to Social Work
Founded in the old East High in l906, the
Minerva Club is the oldest girls' club in the
city and the second oldest in the state. Min-
erva originally was a literary society, but like
the other girls' clubs turned its attention to
broader fields this year. Among the good works
of the club members was the presentation of a
program at the Adult Blind l-lome, and dona-
tions to the Needlework Guild.
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Sponsored by Mrs. Bona, Miss Grace, and
Miss Russell, the club's 97 members enter-
tained their mothers at a spring tea and, along
with Thalia and lunto, sponsored the Fiesta La
Conga. Fulfilling one of its aims which is to
hear speakers of cultural and literary interest,
the club had as guest speakers a representative
from a college, a florist, and a cosmetician
from a local firm.
President. . . . Dorris Martin
Vice-President . . . Elizabethlolly
Secretary . . . Eleanorl-lolme
Treasurers . . . . Lena Clarke,
Sponsors . . . Mrs. Bona, Miss Grace,
Mrs. Bona and Minerva officers Dorris Mar-
tin, Eleanor Holme, Elizabeth Jolly, and Lena
Clarke discuss plans for Minerva's annual
Christmas party at the Blind Home.
Row l: Betty Lou Smith, Mary Grills, Jean Cook, Leone Jekot, Arlene Samuels, Belle Sperling, Paullette Sherman, Miss Beynon, Mary Lou
Johnston, Nancy Parker, Marian Reed, Barbara Dwyer, Miss Ferguson, Dot King, Marilyn Scott, Jackie Hirth, Jean Crotchett,
Nancy Tapp, Norma Stetman, Dorothy Stalder
Row 2: Pauline Curtis, Kaye Duncan, lrene Lamb, Caroline Wilson, Donna Halliday, Marian Campbell, Doris Burley, Aileen Axler, Harri-
ette Slack, Patsy Lapatin, Berta Heinly, Barbara Walsh, Helen Sigman, Millicent Schultz, Louise Schloss, Joan Hilliker, Frances
Lamme, Jean Nielsen, Elsie Brimacomb, Agnes Guiney, Patricia Farrell
Row 3: Betty Karcher, Charlotte Little, Brinhildi Anderson, DiAnne Dunn, Betty Ann Hunt, Ruth Vetterling, Elaine Foster, Helen Vetter-
ling, Jean Thompson, Virginia Taylor, Charlene Mahoney, Annabelle MacElroy, Jewel Fritz, Donna Teeter, Pat Samson, Ellen Kene-
han, Elizabeth Ardelt, Marilyn Hughes, Edith Brandt
Row 4: Katy Howland, Dorothy Roswell, Betty Ann Stahl, Barbara Devalin, Barbara Engstrom, Judy Hillider, Ruth Stuver, Beatrice Sobol,
Elizabeth Wood, Lois Lein, Eileen McCauley, June Plunkett
College and Clothes
College in all ot its puzzling phases inter-
ested the members of lunto this year. And so
among the guest speakers heard at the club
meetings were a professor and some students
from C. W. C. who spoke on how to make the
necessary adjustments to college lite, and the
social life and its influence, stressing the im-
portance ot proper adjustment.
President . . . . Nancy Parker
Vice-Pres. . . Mary Louiselohnson
Secretary . . . . Marian Reed
Treasurer . . Barbara Dwyer
Sponsors . . Miss Beynon
Pat Samson does the honors at
Junto's annual mother-daughter tea.
The all-important subject ot college clothes
also occupied the attention ot junta members
and so the C. W. C. girls recommended suit-
able attire tor college. Under the leadership
ot Miss Beynon and Miss Ferguson, the club
co-sponsored the Fiesta La Conga and enter-
tained their mothers at a spring Mother-
Jim Ray, John Ray, Mr. Korklin, Virginia Bender, Kenny Owens
Marcille Young, Jean Wilcox, Leone Diner, Pat Emricn, Opal Rinkee, Mary Frances Sethman, Marjorie Sethman, Virginia Lock,
Donna Halliday, Betsy Handley
Priscilla Davies, June Carson, Gloria Arfsten, Adela Ryman, Tory Lu Larson, Lois Ryman, Romaine Barber, Ruth Duffy, Betty
Gromer, Maxine Stoy, Annette Wilcox
Billie Jean Schlessinger, Jean Batchelder, Eilene Anderson, Donna Mclntyre, Karene Stegeman, Winnifred Lynch, Jean Reed
Gerald Himelgrin, John Woodruff, Ric Waggener, Brandel Works, Robert Swords, Harry Bateman, Fred Denckla, Stanley Goodman,
Mastering Bed-Side lVlanner
By means of moving pictures which de-
picted the life of a young medical student ancl
of beginning doctors and their struggles, and
by talks by distinguished cloctors, the members
of the Pre-lVledics Club increased their knowl-
edge of the profession which they desire to
enter. Field trips through Fitzsimons and
through Children's Hospital, an annual spring
picnic and a banquet were among the activi-
ties of the club.
Sponsored by lVlr. Korklin, the club's pur-
poses are to inform members on various types
of medicine and to give them a greater appre-
ciation for the profession. This year the club
was responsible for forming a library of med-
ical School catalogues which will be given to
the school to be used by East students planning
medical careers. Membership requirements
include a "C" average and an interest in mecli-
cine as a profession.
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President ...... john Ray
Vice-President .... lim Ray
Secretary , . . Virginia Bender
Treas. . DorothyWollenweber
Sponsor ..... Mr. Korklin
Nurse-to-be Grund lectures
to fellow club members.
Row l: Shirley Dawson, Vallorie Curtin, Fred Vorenberg, Miss Valdez
Row 2: Cora Presler, Phyllis Hauptman, Shirlee Bryant, Betty Lou Hall, Wayne Williams, Alan Minge, Warren Thomas, Adele Cohen, Vir-
ginia Hopper, Jean Avery, Josephine Dubin
Row 3: Grace Darling, Margaret Theobold, Jackie Vincent, Ann Jones, Darlean Gray, Patrice Farrell, Doris Cooke, Estelle Downs, lla Allen
Row 4: Florence Southworth, Alma Thornton, Eleanor Harrison, Betty Leavitt, Cherry Lou Fellner, Eleanor Clark
Row 5: Marilyn Stromquist, Shirley Lipson, Suzanne Turnow, Theresa Farrell, Barbara Andrews, Nancy Markham, Mildred Mills, Lilo
Security Through Pan-Americanism
Emphasizing Pan-Americanism, the Span-
ish Club, sponsored by Miss Valdez, heard
speakers who told of their journeys "south ot
the border" and of the neecl for friendly rela-
tions with Mexico and the Central and South
American countries. As a climax to the year,
the club sponsored a city-wide Spanish Club
party, attended by representatives of Spanish
clubs ot other
President . . Patricia Parrish
Vice-Pres. . . Fred Vorenberg
Secretary . . Vallorie Curtin
Treasurer . . Shirley Dawson
Sponsor . . . Miss Valdez
A bit of old Madrid as por-
trayed by Spanish Club members.
Among the speakers heard by the club
members at their weekly meetings were Mrs.
Stearns and Miss Ferguson, teachers at East,
who spoke on life in Panama and Spain, re-
spectively, Mr. Parrish of a local rubber
company, who spoke on the "Need for Friend-
ly Relations with Our Neighbors to the South,"
and Mr. Nelson, a representative from the
Row l: Henry Winter, Al Warner, Mr, Brierly, Bill Sale, Bruce Rockwell, Floyd Pope
Row 2: Bob Patterson, Bill Steele, Bill Berge, Charles Hughes, Frank Jeffries, Bill Houlton
Row 3: Bill Erickson, Bob Tipton, Jack Carr, Ellis Langley, Kenneth Fleming
Row 4: Bob Nichols, Dan Burmeister, Jack Murphy, Malcolm Wood, Dave Chalmers, Eugene Stubbs
Gentlemen of the jury
Mr. Putnam ot East, who is a lawyer,
judge Gilliam, juvenile judge, and Dean Wol-
cott, of the Denver University Law School
were among the men who addressed the mem-
bers ot the Pre-Law Club. Founded in i939 by
Mr. Brierly, the club's main purpose is to ac-
quaint those boys at East who are prospective
lawyers with the practices and customs of law.
Inspecting the jail and attending court
trials were among the activities of the club
members. Because the number of club mem-
bers is constitutionally set at twenty-tive, and
because to become a member a boy must be
active in school affairs, planning a law career,
and have above average grades, membership
in the club is a great honor.
President. . . Bruce Rockwell
Vice-President .... Bill Sale
Secretary . . . Cordon Barton
Treasurer ..... Floyd Pope
Sponsor. . . lVlr. Brierly
Future advocate Steele pays no
heed to President Rockwell's important
Row li Betty McKee, Elizabeth Quinn, Jane Emerson, Lena Clarke
Row 2: Marion Seitert, Dorothe Comnillo, Mary Anno White, Aileen Axler, Lenore Doner, Pauline Harris, Lois Welle, Julia Scott
Row 3: Lorraine Jensen, Elizabeth Gebhardt, Wildo Jane Derryberry, Jean Roberts, Mary Ann Green, Martha Humbert, Jean Crotchett,
Dorothy Ga rretson
Row 4: Ellen Kenehan, Ann Robinson, Merribeth Riblett, Agnes Guiney
Fluency Through Participation
For those students at East who 'lparlent
Francais", the French Club provides an op-
portunity to learn more of the French people,
their culture, and their language. Sponsored
by Miss Bunnell, the club's activities tor this
year included addresses by Mrs. Arnold ot
East and Mrs. C. l. I-lelber ot the Alliance
Francaise and a joint meeting with the Spanish
As a climax to the year, the annual spring
banquet held in honor of the graduating sen-
iors and the newly elected officers was held.
Membership in the club is generally restricted
to those who have had at least one year's study
ot the French language, although exceptions
are sometimes made tor those individuals who
show a special interest in the club and its
President ..., Betty McKee
Vice-Pres. . Elizabeth Quinn
Secretary .... Lena Clarke
Treasurer . . . lane Emerson
Sponsor . . . Miss Bunnell
Lite in France depicted on a
blank screen for the French Club.
Row li Stanley Hagler, Joe Rainey, Walt Huttner, Mort Pepper, Don Goalstone, Murray Hoffman, Wally Lundquist
Row 2: Frank Gower, Ervin Bell, Al Wandel, Ballard Clark, Jack Craig, Kenneth Barton
Row32 Richard Snell, Leonard Bell, Jim Smith, Mitchell Godsman, Chuck Needham, Marvin Silverberg
union Chamben at Commence
Assuming Civic Responsibility
The purpose of the junior Chamber of
Commerce, as stated in the club constitution,
is to establish a closer cooperation between
the club members and the business men of
the city. The club activities for this year in-
cluded field trips to various offices, plants,
and factories and speeches by prominent men.
Among these men was Lieutenant Dies of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation. On the club's
social calendar were banquets and parties.
New members are admitted twice a year,
in September and February. A formal ap-
plication must be filled out and submitted to
the club. A two-thirds vote of the club mem-
bers is the final requisite for admittance into
the club. ln the field of service, the club,
led by lVlr, Dean, faculty advisor, sponsors the
annual Clean-Up, Paint-Up Campaign, takes
an active part in the Safety Drive, and fulfills
the civic responsibilities of the school.
President . . Murray l-loffman
Vice-President Morton Pepper
Secretary . . Walter l-luttner
Treasurer .... joe Rainey
Sergt.-at-Arms . Don Coalstone
l-lol Torgen, president of the Amer-
icanism Committee of the Chamber of
Commerce, discusses the Small-Loan
Bill with Junior Chamber members.
Row l: Gloria Grund, Pat James, Mrs. Lowe, Suzanne Forwood, Marilyn Richardson
Row 2: Belle Sperling, Val Conway, Kay Duncan, Margaret Keegan, Charmio Liggett, Beverly Somrners
Row 3: Barbara Peters, Edith Welle, Peggy Dillon, Margaret Nininger, Harold Nichols
Row 4: George Cramer, Bradford Murphy, Vernon Herd, Robert Taub, Jack Humphries, Wayne Hunt
Learning by Writing
For the tenth year the Script Book will be
the key to the door ot creative opportunity in
East. As familiar to the students as the tower
clock, the book has long served to acquaint its
readers with the best material ot students.
Made possible by the encouragement ot Mrs.
Lowe, founder ot the book, and sponsored by
the Script Club in collaboration with the writ-
ing classes, this collection expresses youth.
President . . Suzanne Forwood
Vice-Pres. . Marilyn Richardson
Secretary .... CloriaCrund
Treasurer . . . Patlames
Sponsor . , Mrs. Lowe
Professional gives aid
and advice to young writers.
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The book not only presents to the student
body the best material at prospective writers,
but also provides an opportunity tor these
young writers to express themselves. The
material submitted is impartially judged by
the members ot the club and Mrs. Lowe. Those
who give ot their time and thought to the
publication as statt members, are amply re-
warded by the satisfaction they gain.
Row l: Mr. Charlesworth, Robert Lydon, Frank Quinn, Henry Winter, Gordon Smith
Row 2: Steve Kaplan, Howard House, Evan Mitchell, Zelda Lasky, Willa Latham, Mildred Griggs, Eileen Charlesworth, Bea Sobol, Bernard
Soliman, Daniel Good, George lrwin
Row 3: Charles Einarsen, Bob McCammon, Elmer Musselman, Alex Briber, John Bradley, Bill Vanderwilt, Bill Sabin, Bob Reed
Row4: Herbert Hubbard, Bob Weil, Don Carlson, Henry Hopp, Bill Read, Frank Price, John Falkenberg, Jim Smith
Gaining nation-wide fame because of the
Math Exhibit which it presents each year, is
the Euclidian Club founded and sponsored by
Mr. Charlesworth. The club was begun in
l932 with the aim of furnishing for those
pupils who are interested and capable in math-
ematics an opportunity to become acquainted
with mathematics not presented in class and
thereby to become more familiar with the
To be eligible a student must have taken
two years of high school math and be taking
some course at present in which he received
no less than a B at the last marking period.
Fulfilling its ideal to do something beneficial
for the school, the club presented the third
annual Math Exhibit in April with "Mathe-
matics, the Universal Language" as its theme.
The large exhibit was successfully presented
in the gym.
l President . . Cordon Smith
lst Vice-Pres. . Robert Lydon
2nd Vice-Pres. . Henry Winter
Sec.-Treas. . . . Frank Quinn
Sponsor . , Mr. Charlesworth
Preparations for the big show.
Row l: Don Melillo, Roger Bote, Mr. Wagner, Elsie Ruth Brimocomb, Louise Johnson
Row 2: Marjorie Middough, Jacqueline Hirth, Clarice Loke, Joann Schemmel, Peggy Bortels, Jane Muller, Pat Telk, Frances Anne
Row 3: Elizabeth Wood, Nonette Ritter, Dorothy Prouty, Dorris Martin, Hazel Denny, Marjorie Sanborn, Jean Stratton, Eleonor Sanger,
Joan Gross, Lucille Nunn
Row 4: Don Telk, John Richardson, Dove Hargrove, Jim Duffy, Mike Fitzrnorris, Bob Fitzmorris
Cosmic Rays, Planets, and Comets
The Astronomy Club, made up of thirty-
tive boys and girls interested in the study ot
astronomy, this year heard Doctor Nininger,
who spoke on meteorites and Stephen lonedes,
who spoke on "Ancient Astronomical Instru-
ments." With the faculty advisor, Mr. Wag-
ner, the members ot the club took two trips
to the Denver University observatory, and
held evening meetings, during which the con-
stellations were discussed.
ln pursuit of the club aim to aid the Eu-
clidians in the presentation of the Math Ex-
hibit, the Astronomers sponsored a time tell-
ing problem. The project showed how the
ancients told time by the stars, by water, and
by candles. As a climax to a year ot study,
the club took time oft and had a spring picnic.
All students interested in and desirous ot
learning more about astronomy are eligible for
President . . . . Roger Bate
Vice-Pres. . . Louiselohnson
Secretary . . Elsie Brimacomb
Treasurer .... Dan Melillo
. lVlr, Wagner
Constellations come to lite,
L-,QM N. c, .
Row l: Pat Pedersen, Doris Harwood, Shirley Rights, Gene Norgren, Edith Leonard, Pat Cosley, Margaret Barnett, Miss McNally, Kathleen
Dennis, Velma Scott, Jean Nielsen, Pat Nathan
Row 2: Leone Diner, Betty Tyne, Martha Barton, Elaine Pfeiffer, Ruth Hopkins, Virginia Sweet, Pat Thornhill, Bea Sobol, Eileen Charles-
worth, Willa Latham, Wilma Spargo, Dolores Jackson
Row 3: Dorothy Bergundthal, Betty Taylor, Dot Kircher, Nancy Beese, Peggy Briggs, Mary Lu Holland, Bonnie Johnson, Donna Stoffel, Sid-
ney Woodwcird, lrene Shaefer, Pat Brennen, Shirley Hammond, Helen Nielsen
Row 4: Gayle Thelander, Marjorie Rodman, Barbara Baker, Beverly Burford, Shirley .lo Van Fleet, Myrna Lyon, Margaret McKenny,
Nancy Carter, Doris Bennett, Pat Baily, Genevieve Yegge
Strikes and Spares
Founded in the fall of l9-40 by a group ot
girls interested in bowling and sponsored by
Miss McNally, the Bowling Club has grown
steadily in membership. The members are
divided into two leagues which bowl every
other Friday. ln each league there are six teams
which bowl against each other.
The high teams of each league will bowl
against each other tor top honors in the club.
Membership is limited to those girls who have
at least a "C" average and are interested in
bowling. According to the club constitution,
the main purposes are to foster an interest in
athletics and develop skill in bowling.
President ..,,. Pat Cosley
Vice-Pres. . . Margaret Barnett
Secretary , . Gene Norgren
Treasurer . . Edith Leonard
Sponsor . . Miss McNally
Edie sends one Straight down the
alley in a match with a C. W. C. team,
"But I don't have two cents."
Row l: Lois Frey, Norma Mallot, Ruthmary Fabiano, Mary Lois Berg, Miss Norman, Lois Magan, Rosemary Cain, Mildred Dubin,
Florence Warren, Margaret Theobold
Row 2: Louis Finkle, Gloria Grund, Helen Wachob, Betty Glen, Grace Wemura, Virginia Sawyer, Pauline Bauman, Harry Davis
Row 3: Kerman Scheckler, Barbara Brockman, Bonnie Seldin, Jean Stryker, Jean Paste, Elizabeth Gebhart, Margaret Kutsburg,
Marjorie Mackey, Jean Walden, Lois Lighthall, Morris Rueler
Row 4: Eugene Perkin, Fred Beasley, Margaret Cobb, Gladys Rhinehcirt, Bernice Cohen, Goldie Kauvar, Hope Sabin, Jean Herdman,
Guides to Knowledge
invaluable to East's smooth running li-
brary is the volunteer library staff. Anybody
who is interested in librarianship as a future
vocation or who wishes to be of service to the
school and the library is eligible for staff mem-
These boys and girls engage in such work
as issuing books and magazines, mending
books, and making out and delivering library
notices. This kind of work gives an oppor-
tunity to learn something of the library and
its function, and is a way of serving the school.
Library Staff Sponsors
Brimocomb, Elsie Ruth
Hill, Elizabeth Ann
Johnston, Mary Lou
Long, Emma Mae
Lowell, Peggy Lou
Miller, Betty Jeanne
Shrader, Betty Jeanne
Tapp, Nancy Ann
Van Arsdale, Alice
Van Hooser, Peggy
Van Stone, Nancy
Wood, Betty Jane
Zurick, Jean Marie
Holliday, Donna QUiGf, GeI'GlCl
Going out ot existence this year with the
graduation ot the class ot l94l will be the
"4l" Club, which is co-sponsored by Miss
Sparhawk and Mr. Niblo, sponsors of the sen-
ior class. lt was this club, begun in l939,
when the present seniors were sophomores,
that pioneered this type ot organization at
Formed with the purpose ot honoring those
members ot the class ot '41 who had been of
service to the school, the club's most notable
teat was that ot sponsoring the paving lot proj-
etc. Sweaters, 'i4l " guards for their class pins,
and "4l" hats have been an added incentive
to join the club.
President . Bob Bigelow
Vice-President . . .
Secretary Donna Halliday
Alice Van Arsdale
Sponsors Miss Sparhawk
Niblo, Allen, Rockwell, and
Bigelow have tun at "4l"
Club planning meeting.
Day, Mary Iris
Engstrom, Barbara J
Foster, Tom Pope, Floyd
Frost, Janet Price, Dick
Gibbs, John Ray, Bob
Glasier, Annette Reed, Bob
White, La Rue
"Esprit de Corps" is the theme of the "4Z"
Club which this year is attempting to unify
the junior class in service, citizenship, and
high scholastic record. Sponsored by Mrs. Mc-
Carthy and Mr. Watlington, junior class ad-
visors, the club gave to talented members an
opportunity to display their skills.
President Don Blanchard
Vice-Pres. . . Ruth Stuver
Secretary . . Caryl Holter
. . .loanStapp
'42 Club officers oblige.
Programs for club meetings, and a show at
the Citizens' Mission highlighted this activity.
ln December the club launched an extensive
safety campaign, which stressed careful driv-
ing in safe cars. The social season of the club
was featured by the "Saddle-shoe Stompf' one
of the first of the popular juke-box dances.
Lee Ann Ballantine
Ada Beth Howell
Mary Louise Shriver
Bettie Lou Smith
Toby Mae Streltzer
Shirley Jo Van Fleet
The purpose of the "43" Club, according
to the club constitution, is to create a greater
unity among the students of the class of i943
and to help them understand their responsi-
bilities as students of East High. Higher scho-
lastic and citizenship records for sophomores
and an increased amount of service to the
school are the aims of this club.
Mrs. Hoffman and Mr. Martin, class spon-
sors, have found an unusual class spirit devel-
oping already among former rivals, hailing
from Gove, Morey, and Smiley. lt is this spirit
which will make the class of i943 an out-
standing class. To become a member, a stu-
dent must have a "C" average, be approved by
the office, and be highly recommended.
Pres. . Lee Ann Ballantine
Vice-Pres. . layneVaughn
Secretary . Dorothy Herrick
Treas. . Catherine Howland
Sponsors . . Mrs. Hoffman
Officers Herrick, Ballantine,
Vaughn and Howland discuss
membership and organization
with Sponsor Martin.
Row I: Maurice Reuler, Bonnie Seldin, Miss Reid, Gerry Quiat, Ruth Boscoe
Row 2: Robert Katzman, Warren Frank, Bob Nelson, Ralph David
Row 3: Mark Horton, Howard Cohan, Bert Horton, Art Holch
Debating Present-Day Problems
One of the most effective training units
in the East club program is provided by the
Debate Club. Instead of adopting a seasonal
topic for debate, the club teams engage teams
from other schools in current questions of
vital importance, such as the controversial
Arkansas Valley Authority adoption.
President. . Maurice Reuler
Vice-Pres. . . Bonnie Seldin
Secretary . Murray Hoffman
Treasurer . . . Ruth Boscoe
Sponsor . . Miss Reid
Elaine Beck concentrates on the
advisability of the passage of the
The ability to think quickly and clearly on
one's feet is a valuable asset in any kind of
work: thus, the activity of this organization
assumes a position of importance, even though
many of the contests are non-decision, open
forum in nature. Miss Reid has done much to
keep alive debate interest in East.
Row 1: Ed White, Jim Cress, Bob Best, Lois Woodward, Shirley Vail, Mr. Garth, Al Warner, Bill Houlton
Row 2: Jim Riggs, Stanley Wandel, Stanley Goodman, Willie Salzer, Bob Nelson, Howard Safran, Norman Woolley, Edward Bronstein
Row 3: Elmer Danielson, Bob Ray, Irvin Weinstein, Art Golden, Herbert Cook, lvan Goldstein, Clinton Boyd
Row 4: Harry Nier, Lynn Lipson, Stanley Weiner, Ray Frey, Betty Robinett, Frances Riggs, Sue Tornow, Ruth Swett
C-Iaablle C-fennih Cllub
Ping Pong Patrons
The most recently formed club at East is
the Table Tennis Club, formed in February of
1941. lt was founded by those who are inter-
ested and skilled in the sport ot table tennis
or ping Pong. To become a member, a boy or
girl must have attended East one semester and
have had a "C" scholastic average, and be
voted in by the club members.
The thirty-five members this year spon-
sored the boys' table tennis tournament. In
the tournament were boys' singles, doubles,
and mixed doubles. All arrangements were
managed by the club members. Trophies were
awarded to the winners in the three divisions.
The club aims are to further interest and skill
in table tennis.
President .... jim Cress
Secretary . Lois Woodward
Sponsor ..... Mr. Garth
Table tennis players engage in
Row l: Marjorie Joyner, Dorothy Bergundthal, Miss Edmiston, Marjorie Work, Cordell Highbaugh
Row 2: Betty Jane Wool, Barbara Bergundthal, Doris Kinsall, Marilyn Stromquist, Shirley Knowlton, Judy Kientz, Jackie Hirth, Ruthmarie
Fabiano, Frances Riarson
Row 3: Nettie Bieri, Helen Russell, Shirley Stoddard, Edith Welle, Verna Curb, Betty Jane Tharp, Kay Reeves, Elaine Johnson, Doris Sense-
ney Jean Stratton
Row 4: Bob Berg, Jerry Hill, James Googe, Lynn Allen, Don Gaskill, Warren Frank, Mark Horton, Wayne Killian, Claude Stanton, Joe
Gillen, Monte Smith, Allerton Barnes
Understanding the Bible
The purpose of the Bible Club, sponsored
by Miss Edmiston, is to learn to know and
understand the Bible, which is the best seller
of the world. Among the speakers heard in
the pursuit of this aim were the Reverends
john MacDonald, Victor Nyquist, and Robert
President . Marjorie joyner
Vice-Pr. . Cordell Highbaugh
Sec'y . Dorothy Bergundthal
Treasurer . Marjorie Work
Sponsor . . Miss Edmiston
Still the "World's Best Seller".
Discussions pertaining to the Bible and
other such subjects were the main activities at
the after-school meetings. Club members at-
tended the All-City Bible Club Dinner in jan-
uary, where they saw colored slides, and had
an annual spring picnic.
Row l: Betty Dyatt, Vice-president, Suzanne Nimmo, Secretary, Marilyn Johnson, President, Dorothy Wooddell, Treasurer, Lois Garbarino
Row 2: Alice Sweeney, Virginia Gose, Anne Alicia Jones, Martha H,mbe-rt, Gladys Mclntire, Janice Aspinwall, Marian Schwalb Barbara
Row 3: Doris Youngs, Dorothy Hansen, Martha Wakeland, Jean Madigan, Gloria Arfsten
Row l: Keith Best, President, Louis Behrman, Secretary, Mr. O onder, Langhorn Withers, Treasurer, Willie Hopley
Row 2: Walter Goody, David Wilfred, James Sanchez, Karle Seydel, Charles Harrison
Row 3: Bill Moser, Lee McDonald, Jack White, Harker Collins, Maurice Buchanan
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Alice Guerber, Virginia Bender, Bob Brownlee, Dennis Rasmussen, Vice-President, Dorothea Wilhelm, Secretary-Treasurer, Norrx
Holcombe, President, Miss Johnson, Mr. Cavender, Jane Bresnahan
Charles Einerson, Ruth Duffy, Helen Wachob, Dorothy Kelly, Jean Wilcox, Maxine Stoy, Edith Elliot, Fernalee Nicholson, Loretta
Prater, Brunhilde Bohmer, Thelma Rosenbe
rg, Mildred Mclntire
Leonard Larson, Dan Burmeister, Hazel Denny, Rose Sherrill, Virginia Gifford, Pat Wilkinson, Judy Haskins, Laura Davis, Lorraine
Vaurett, Lorraine Jensen, Bill Myers
George Vertree, Fred Marsh, Rosetta Wilhelm, Dorcas Lamont, Margaret Hamilton, Elizabeth Gebhardt, Dorothe Comnillo, Kaye
Duncan, Judy Wing, George Martin
Betty Tharp, Treasurer, Aurelia Peterson, V
Marjorie Ris, Sue Pickens, Tory Lu Larson, S
Stuver, Sidney Woodward, Donna Stoffel
Geraldine Edwards, Gloria Romeo, Alice Swe
beth Ardelt, Mari Morrison, Frances Riggs
hirley Stocker, Martha Humbert,
eney, Dorothy Foster, Jewel Fritz,
ice-President, Miss Schock, Dorothy Gebhard, President, Valerie Conway, Secretary
Jean Walden, Dorothy Linck, Pat Samson, Ruth
Marian Reed, Jeanette Munroe, Jacie Myers, Eliza
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Gordon Shaffer, Jimmy Allen, Wilbert Dominick, Ernest Ole, Jack Wyatt, Harrie Humphries Matthew Develin Alfred Nielsen Bob
Charles Field, Warren Peckman, John Derry, Dick Wright, Jim McGovock, Bus Anderson Jerry Reed
Ted Wrenn, Adjutant, Emmet Johnson, Mancourt Downing, Jack Houtz, Harold Brock Jack Smolenske Jimmy Messerye Dick Beck
Row l: Adela Ryman, Lois Ryman, President, Bob Gunnerson, Secretary, Hope Sabin, Treasurer
Row 2: Tory Lu Larson, Lulu May Phillips, Harriet Slack, Aileen Axler, Betty Ann Stahl Elvira Anderson Valerie Conway
Row 3: Miss Johnson, Bob Hoops, Grace Darling, Robin Graham, Jean Herdman, Sharon Carlson Dorothy Bergundthal Ed Peel Mr
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"WiII they stand the strain?" . . . Frankly, you weren't so red hot.
Leaning on the old top rail . . . Super-droopers, Jim Ray and date catch a breath of fresh air . . . Juliet Whipple beams
an ardent Romeo Greenslit.
Neil and Weazy finally slipped into the picture . . , Time out at Boulder . . . Gramophone Boogy-woogy.
No, no, a thousand times no . . . Intense interest is registered at a "grunt and groan" match.
Above . . . simulated studiousness on the front porch . . . Danny Telk and Nancy Jane Morris at a two-bit trot . . .Angel
winter-sportsters prepare to maneuver the tricky boards at Winter Park
Below . . . Kirk and Eleanor bid their adieus . . . dramatic license in the teaser for "Young April" . . .a noontirne gabfest
'round the festive board
Above . . . Cooking up o little last-half strategy . . . "Rookie" Niblo registers for Selective Service
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keteers warm up for cage contests
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