Englewood High School - Pirate Log Yearbook (Englewood, CO)

 - Class of 1951

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To you, the students, the school means the place where you and your friends meet, study, gossip, and have happy, carefree fun. It contains your locker stuffed full of odds and ends, even a few books, and the desk where you carved 2 UR HEAR LE' Il I L +4 xx I ' WM I- in 7 I al A :CE ,, sfxf , - we 7l7ffQli777ill7 75 My ,W TABLE UF CONTENTS Page "Say It With Music" .... ............ . . . 1 "Englewood Our Dear Ole' High School" .... . 2 Dedication . ......................... 4 Faculty "For They're Jolly Good Fellows" ..... 5 Q W Head Boy and Girl ................... . . . 6 Seniors, "Y0u're The Tops" ..... . . . 11 ""Z'iii Juniors "just Around The Corner" .... . . . 27 Sophomores "Little By Little" ............... . 33 Work of the School "Whistle While You Work" 37 Clubs "Among My Souveniers' '... ........... 4 3 Sports "Fight On" .......... . .. 63 School Life "Happy Times" ............ 77 Patrons "Dear Hearts and Gentle People" ..... . 87 your name for immortality, every nook and cranny holds a different memory for each person. Every one of the students attending Englewood High has given it something of his own personality, some more than others, but everyone contributed in an individual way. Each graduating student has a soft spot in his heart for Englewood High School, but he must look forward to the future, ready for whatever lies "Beyond the Blue Horizon." 3 S f A G1 5 1 A 1 1711111111111 E111 111111 1112 gT1IhP1115 111 EIIQIPIIIIIUD 151511 551111211 1112 11211111112 11115 1951 152111 13111111 111111 11 1111111 11111111115 hP EI 1'l?II1II1hP1' 111 1112 1'lJ1I5I11Q HIIIHHI 5111111 h1511111112h 111 1112 111111111 111111125 IIIEIIIIIPZ 111111 1111121 11r111111125 111 111111111 111111 1112 51111121115 IIEIITIIIPEITPD 111111 51111255 I5 115 511111111 5111111 15212 1125 1112 11211 111 1121111 fall' IIIIIIQIPTITIHII 111 51111115 111111 111 1111r11r11111111111 111 511111111 111111111125 15111111 111252 11121115 1112 1111112 2111121111 HI'Ph 111 25111h11511 1112 1111251 111311251 1111111115115 1111 E1111121111111h 1511111 521111111 , Q 1 X V-. 1' I r if-, E112 1111111h111i1111 111 EI 5111111115 1111112 W' we 5 .Iam soon PELLUWSH w 4 fi-vfff'-M-1-4 . .. I ,,, ,,,' ,, ,.,, ,- . 1171! V' A' I. 4- T' A, I ,x . A4 K,- :X 4 I 'ff' Q 4 d. -4, ' " A' -f 'f' " ' r ' N ,, v fj,'f.,...f df! 1 1' ' ' I 'X ff- 15 i' 1 'J ' l ' 4-1 1 L X 'Z K .. - J Q., 4 A - I J . R A 1 7 ' YT" if , fiom BANDLEADERS 'W'Q ,pf N:-SMV if The bandleaders of the Englewood Hugh School student body were Head Grrl, .lame Boyd, and Head Boy, Don Ida They showed exceptronal leadersh1p and executrve ab1l1ty rn leadrng student councnl, headmg commlttees, announcrng assembhes, and doxng the numerous other jobs that belong to head boy and head gxrl janre Boyd w1ll always be remembered for her sweet, srncere personalrty and for her cheery "hello" whlch made a nlce day nmcer and a blue day rosy agann Don wrll long be remembered for hrs qulet manner and a personallty that made everyone lxke h1m Don was an outstandmg student, athlete, and all around guy l at 4 we fq is 'il 5 4- Q ffl 'Q' I t ! -xi .:, YI E f" , 1" ' , 4 1 f ef rua l , an y 'xi' , b . A V , ' 1 t , it . pf W h 1- 7, 'in- . . ' - K U 4 K 1 s I ' 14" it Q" v N -4 ,.,.ni'-all DON HARPER College: Denver Univer- sity and Colorado State College of Education Major: Education and Science Arts Degrees: A.B. and M.A. Native State: Colorado Slandmg Helen Grubbs and Dale Brooks Sealed Don Harper Ralph Jenkins and Mary Louise Flood MARY LOUISE FLOOD College: Colorado State College of Education Major: Social Science Degree: A.B. Native State: Colorado RALPH JENKINS College: Colorado State College of Education Major: Education Administration Degrees: A.B. and M.A. Native State: Kentucky , an HELEN GRUBBS College: Colorado Uni- versity and Rockford Woman s College Major: Social Science Degree: A.B. Native State: Nebraska ADMINISTRATION With the help of our faithful administration, the Class of 1951 has completed a very successful year. We will always remember Mr. Jen- kins for his fine leadership, and Mr. Harper for his helpful advice. We shall never forget Miss Flood's ever-ready smile, and we will always remember Miss Grubbs and Mr. Brooks for their fine under- X standing and helpfulness. 7 DALE BROOKS College: Colorado State College of Education Major: Education Degree: A.B. Native State : Missouri As we sang our way through 1951 we began to think of the fun we had had during the past year especially with our top band leaders and songsters Our photography was taught by Mr Amanna a new comer to Englewood Mr Apel instructed world hls tory The Latin classes were ably taught by Miss Archibald Mr Blessing helped us through American history Mr Broadbent taught both chemistry and physics and was head of the Visual Club Miss De Witt was instructor for girls gym and also sponsored G A A Dr Dolezal the very efficient business man aget of Englewood High School also taught typing Mrs Fenner another new teacher took over the foods class in the home economics department Miss Foote English teacher well known for her directing ability directed the senior play and the H M S Pmafore VINCENT AMANNA University Major Science and Math Degree B S Native State New York MAURINE DEWITT College: Iowa State Teachers College Major : Physical Edu- cation Degree: B.A. Native State: Iowa ERNEST APEL College Denver University Major Political Science Native State Colorado CHARLES DOLEZAL College: Colorado State College of Education Major: Commercial Degree: B.A. Native State: Kansas MARY ARCHIBALD College Denver Umver sity and Colorado University Major Latin and Education Degree MA Native State Illinois CAROLYN FENNER College: Iowa State College Major: Home Economics Degree: B.S. Native State: Colorado 8 PAUL BLESSING College Kearney State Teachers College Major Physical Edu cation Degree BS Native State Nebraska IRENE FOWLER College: University of Nebraska and Western Reserve Universit School of Library Science Degrees: B.F.A. and B.S. in L.S. Native State: Nebraska E N BROADBENT College Colorado State College of Education Major Chemistry Degree B S Native State Colorado GERRY HAMMONS College: Fort Collins A. and M. Major: Teaching of Vocational Education Degrees .' Vocational Certificate Native State : Colorado ALICE ERICKSON S erretary L 'I . : . - I : College: Temple Degfeef B-A- I ' X Q. is Q 4 221 Y Z if College Colorado State College of Educatnon Mayor Engltsh Degrees B S and M A Natzve State Kansas GWENDOLYN KILLION ALICE JOHNSON ollege Umversnty of Utah Major Educatxon Degree B S Native State Utah JOSEPH MCCLELLAND College Colorado AEM gjyoge Anirgculture AUGUST Nafwe State Colorado LORENZINI College Illmoxs State and Normal Umversxty Major Speech Degrees B S and M A Native State Illmots GLADYS S erfetafy FACULTY WILLIAM JENNINGS College Ohxo State Mayor Mechanxcal Englneertng VELMA LEONARD College State Teachers College of Mtssourt Mayor Home Economlcs Degree B S Native State Mxssourt 9 Mrs Fowler was our very capable lxbranan Machxne shop was taught by Mr Hammons Mrs Horton sponsor of the 1951 Annual taught shorthand Miss Hudson was head of the Englnsh department Mr Jen ntngs instructed the boys m auto mechamcs Mrs johnson new to the faculty taught art Miss Kxllxon mstructed the students tn English and was sponsor of the Friendship Club Mr Kramer taught history and had charge of the Cttnzenshnp Educatxon proJect He also taught auto drxvxng Mr Landon mstructed the mdustnal arts classes Mrs Leonard taught sew mg Mr Lorenztm was the new speech teacher Mr McClelland was head of the science department and mstructed m bxology He also was sponsor of the Chess and Checkers Club Mr Narclsxan new to our HELEN HUDSON College McPherson Major Engltsh and Speech Degree AB Native State Colorado College Umversxty of Artzona Major Business Edu catwn Degree BS Native State Anzona WILLIAM LANDON College Kearney State Teachers College and Colorado State College of Education JOHN KRAMER Dflfefs B S and M A College Colorado Um Major Industnal Arts VHSIYY Native State Nebraska MEIN English HISYOYY an Education Degree A B Native State Kansas L : : . . . . C 5 . ' N Native State: Ohio Cgllgge: E f X J I ' 'J - r ' : , AX. , J ELLANAY HORTON HARRY NARCISIAN College Colorado Unxversrty Major Physrcal Educatxon Degree B S Natrve State Colorado CALVIN ORR College Umversxty of Wyoming Mayor Trade and Industry Degree B S Native State Wyommg WILMA SCO'I'I' College Colorado State College of Educatxon Major Englrsh Degrees AB and Natxve State Colorado FACULTY CHARLES NICHOLLS College Colorado Umversxty Mayor Education Degree B A Native State Colorado CHESTER RILEY College Colorado Umversxty Major Physlcal Educatxon Degree BS Native State Kansas RAY STANLEY College Colorado State College of Education Mayor Social Scxence and Mathematrcs Degree AB Natrve State Colorado P C NICHOLSON College Nebraska State Mayor Music Degree BA N atrve State Massachusetts MAYMI: ROARK College Denver Umversxty Mayor Enghsh and Educatxon Degrees AB and A M Native State Mxssourn FLORENCE SULLIVAN College Denver Umversnty Mayor Languages and Englxsh De rees BA and M Natzve State Colorado halls was the assistant coach for basketball and football We are proud of the fme dxrectmg done by Mr Nrcholls ln band and orchestra Mr Nicholson responsible for our outstandmg choxr and glee club drrected the operetta H M S Pxnafore " thls year Mr Orr taught trade and mdustry classes and organxzed the Radio Club Mr Rxley coached our nsmg basketball players Mrs Roark taught English and was sponsor of our fme school paper Grammar and lxter .xre were ably taught by Mass Scott Many thanks go to Mr Stanley for his help m coachmg our wrestlmg team 'Lhe two Sullxvans Florence and Lxlluan were well remembeaed for thexr friendliness Flossy taught French and Spamsh Lxllxan Sullxvan taught mathematrcs Mr Tavener coached the Pirate team nn football Mr Watne taught the prmcxples of geometry ana.. trlgonometry Mr Wxlson gave much of hxs tnme and abxlxty to the wrestlmg team and also taught commercial subjects The secretarxes nn Mr jenkins offxce were Alxce Enckson and Joan Powell Gladys Grant completed the staff by asslstmg Mr Harper as hrs secretary We pause a moment to give our thanks and regards to our songsters and top bandleaders for their untlrrng efforts and helpful advxce through the year of 1951 LILLIAN HENRY TAVENER GERALD WATNE HARRY WILSON SULLIVAN College Highland College Jamestown College Colorado College Denve, Umversrty College State College of Umverslty M8101 Phymcal Malor Mathematics Eduuuon Major Mathematics Educanon De rees BA and 'uno' Commerce an Education De rees AB and Degree AB Degree A B Natxve State Native State Naive Sure Native State North Dakota Colorado Illmoxs colorado 10 so . 5 .. 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Drill Squad 1 lCasper, Wyomingl JIM BANG Boys Rally 1' Hi-Yi l-2-3' Baseball Manager 1 Fire Council 1 E Club 2 3 Chess Club 2 GEORGE BARKSDALE Band 1 Bowling Club 1 Stage Crew23 PHYLLIS BARRY F H A I fGrand junction Pep xlub 3 TOM BASHOR Transferred from East High Do You Remember when we were On Our Way to the top story In The L1ttle Red School House 9 Llttle by Llttle we got 1nto the swing of thmgs with the help of Pat Thompson, Roland Hessel Fred Fogh, and Don Ida We placed second 1n the Boys Rally Our float 1n the Homecommg parade won first place ARLEN BASSETT Choir 123 Boys Glee Club 3 Thespxans 23 Vxce President of Thespxans 3 Senior Play 1 3 Thes plan Play 2 Wrestling 1 Track BERKLEY BEER G A A 1 BARBARA BERGMAN JOYCE Barrs Pep Club 1 2 3 Drill Team I 2 3 Thespnans 12 3 Thesplan Play 2 Senior Play 1 3 Forensic Club 1 2 3 Home room secretary 1 An GEORGE BOUSSELAIRE Baseball 3 Wrestling 12 Track 1 2 3 Boys Rally 1 Red Cross 1 2 H1 Y 1 2 Chess and Checker Club 12 Homeroom president 1 Stu dent Council 1 Clu 1 Boys Pep Club 1 Fire Council 2 Intramural Basketball 3 JANIE BOYD Racqueteers 1 Secretary and Treasurer of Class Latin Club President 1 Bible Club President 1 Masqueradersl Assembly Com mission 1 Homecoming Attendant 1 A Cappella Choir l fWest High Denverj Choir 3 Pe Club 2 3 Thespians 2 3 junior lay 2 Pep Club Formal Attendant 2 Glee Club 2 Drill Team 23 Y Teens 3 High Times 3 Head Girl 3 Stu dent Council 3 12 ' 1 SQ . ig ,5 , , . 1 , ' a 1-2 ' ' nixal ,Staff 23 Friendship Club 's ' 1 . P ' ' g b' :2-3? 2 1 . 2 .' - I. -' Q V 1 I l i i ' SENIURS TOM BRFWER otball 12 Wrestlxng 1 Track 1 Boys Rally 1 Hunting an Fnshxng Club I E Club 2 3 JOAN BRIDDLE Pep Club 1 2 3 jr Red Cross Drlll Team 1 2 3 Glee Club Fnendshxp Club 3 Semor Play 3 RICHARD BRIINK COLELN BROOKS Fnendshxp Club 3 SHARON BROWN Pep Club 1 2 3 Pep Club Presxdent 3 Dnll Team 123 Sub Deb 2 Frxendshxp Club 3 Honor Soclety 2 3 Glee Club 3 Annual Staff 3 Edxtor m chlef of Annual 3 G A A 3 Junior Play 2 Cntxzen of the Week 3 Jo ANN BRLJNS G A 1 YTeens 1 Band 123 Glee Club 2 3 Choir 3 Pep Club ,N 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 Vxce Presndent of Band 2 We were just Drlftmg and Dreammg of the days when we would be ust Around the Corner and almost before we knew nt, we were Juniors Wrll You Remember how wlth the help of Donme Wllllams, Marty Pope Don Ida Loulse Turpln and Lonme Farmer we part1c1patecl nn many act1v1t1es Our jumor play L1ttle Women, was a wonderful success One of the most memorable events of the year was the umor Semor Promenade Carmval of Dreams Thls was held In the Llncoln Room of the Shrrley Savoy Hotel LESLIE BUCKLAND MARK BYERS Pep Band 1 2 3 Vnce Presxdem of Pep Band 3 Semor Band 123 Wrestlmg 1 Boys Pep Club 1 Senior Orchestra 3 Vnce Pres1dent of Sennor Orchestra 3 Home Room Secretary l MICKEY CALLAHAN F otball 123 Wrestlrng 23 rack23 E Club23 E Cu Vrce President 3 KFINNIY CAMP Football 1 2 Basketball 1 2 Track Ch 1 2 3 dent Councll l E Club 2 3 jAClxIE CARLIX Majotette 1 2 1North Hugh Omaha Nebraskab G A A 3 Y Teens 3 VIRGINIA CARLSON Pep Club 1 2 3 Sub Deb 2 Frxend sh p 3 Frxendshnp Hxstorxan 3 G A A 2 3 Honor Socxety 2 3 Sec FCYBYY of Honor Socxety 3 Thespl ans 2 3 junior Play 2 Y Teens 3 Drxll Team 12 3 I5 15: ' if f Fo - 1 ' -2-3: Q 1 - -9 . 1: ' - -: 3: 1 fl .A. . : - 3 - -: I I ,I , 7 7 7 1 ' , . J - , - 0 - -3 ' .5 Q T - Q.. n - :H H lb N 4 'L l-23 Hi.v 1-243: o'r 1- . 1 stu. ' , X, , , , . . i c , ' . . -. Q E H . . K SENIURS MONA LEE COMPTON Pep Club 1-2-3: Drill Team 2-3: Home Room Secretary 1: Radio Club 3 BEVERLY CORNWELL MARY COSTON MILLARD COX Red Cro s 2 Stage Crew 2 ELWOOD CURRY JERRY DAVIDSON Basketball 12 Baseball 12 2 E Club2 3 E Club ec retary 3 Intramural Basketball 3 Now we re the tops Through the wonderful gurdance of the senxor class sponsors and the class offrcers Donnre Wrllrams Harold Frerm ane Pope oanne Fleenor Ralph Early and Don Hewrtt we reached the tops Homecommg was an ever to be remembered event, especrally for the queen Marty Pope who was attended by Carol Ferrrs and Marrlyn Schuman BARBARA DAVIS P Club 123 Forensrc Club 12 3 Forensic Club Secretary 3 Re C o s 1 jumor Play 2 Drxll Team 23 Frrendshrp Club 3 Se mor Play 3 DARREI. DAVIS Cess Club12 Bnd123 rr Councrl 1 2 Wrestlmg 3 RUTH AINN DF GRAW Sprmgsj Pep Club 2 3 Drrll Team 2 Forersxc Club 2 3 GA A 3 JOANN DFVIVIER GAA 2 Stage Crew 2 3 Thespr ans Z Pep Club 12 3 Drxll Team 1 2 3 Thespxan Play 2 Se lor Play Srage Manager 2 Ass sram Stage Manager 3 DARRl'Il DIAMOND Boys Glee Club 1 Choxr 2 3 For ensue Club 2 Annual Staff 3 Lay out 3 High Trmes 3 High Trmcs Soorts Ednor 3 jl RRX Dfll CHTH Iumor R d Cross 12 3 Dramatxcs 1 -5 --33 Hi- YI-:..,. Yann S. l T x :J QJ v Q T 3 7 A lr CP --: ' dlrs 3 ' 3 '- . h , -3 a -- 3 F'e f . M. . l 4 S.O.S. 1gG.A.A,1g CColorado . ly 1 i , 7 1 vs , 14 Hi-YI ' A 4 SENIU GILBERT DREILING Baseball l 2 3 Football 2 3 Bas ketball 2 E Club 2 3 Intramural Basketball Captain 3 ROGER DUNLAP Basketball 3 RALPH EARLY Pep Band 12 3 Band 23 Treas urer of Band 2 Vice President of Band 3 Orchestra 2 3 President of Orchestra 3 Forensic Club 2 3 President of Forensic Club 3 Stu dent Council 3 Junior Rotarxan 3 Secretary Treasurer of Pep Band 3 IAN ELLIOT H1 Y 1 2 Chess Club 1 Track 2 3 Intramural Basketball 3 CLAUDIA ESLINGER Choir 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 GERALD ESSER Thespians 12 Boys Glee Club 1 Stage Crew 1 Ranking high on the musical score sheet are the fourteen senlor boys who gave up their positions on the football team so that we could build for the future The Madwoman of Chaillot our senior play was a very successful comedy with Carol Pokraka playing the Madwoman RAY EVANS LONNIE FARMER Hi Y 1 2 Wrestling 1 Home Room Secretary 1 Student Council 2 Cheerleader 2 FRANCES FARNHAM Pep Club 1 2 Drill Team 2 Home Room Secretary I Senior Play 3 Y Teens 3 Red Cross 3 Thespi ans 3 CAROL FERRIS Pep Club 1 2 3 Drill Team 12 3 Glee Club 3 Friendship Club 3 Sub Deb 2 Sub Deb Secretary 2 Pepster Attendant 1 Friendship Club Secretary 3 Drill Leader 3 Homecoming Attendant 3 JOANNE FLEENOR Annual Staff 13 Pep Club 15 G.A.A. lg tLittletonl Pep Club 2-33 G.A.A. 2-3: Drill Team 2-33 Fire Council 35 Student Council 35 Annual Staff 3: Senior Editor 3: Senior Class Treasurer 35 Y-Teens 33 Friendship Club 3 PAT FLEENOR Majorette lg G.A.A. lg Pep Club 15 Annual Staff lg News aper Staff 13 fLittletonJ Annual Staff 3: Pep Club 33 Friendship Club 3: Drill Team 3 15 La Pj CHARLES FLIERL Forenslc Club 23 Forensrc Club Treasurer 2 3 Thespmas 2 3 Thes plans Treasurer 3 Thesplan Play 2 jumor Play 2 Senior Play 3 Dramatlcs 2 3 Honor Socxety 2 3 Honor Soc1ety Presndent 3 Fnre Councxl 3 BARBARA FLORIAIN Pep Club 12 3 Dr1ll Team 1 2 3 Thesplan Play 2 Stage Crew 2 Thesplan Club 2 3 jumor Play 2 Pep Club Treasurer 3 Frxendshnp Club 3 Glee Club 3 Pepster At tendant 3 FRFD FOGH Home Room Vlce Presxdent 1 Boys R ly 1 H Y 1 H1 Y Secretary and Treasurer 1 Football 1 B e all 12 ack C ass Treasurer 1 Boys Pep Club 1 E Club 2 3 Cl-oxr 3 HAROLD FRLIM Football 12 B sketball 123 rack 1 2 3 C u 2 Hx 12 Home Room Presxdent 1 Se mor Vxce Presldent 3 jumor Ro tarxan 3 BETTY JEAN FRIX G A A 1 Pep Club 2 3 Drxll Team LORENIE GARRISOV Re Cros 1 Thespxals 12 3 Pep ub23 GAA 23 Sub Deb Iruenclshxp Club 3 Frxendshnp Club Pres1dent 3 Gxrls State 2 jumor Play 2 Homr Socxety 23 Drrll Team 23 Glee Club 3 D A R Representatxve The next hlghllght of our senior year was the annual Pep Club formal Symphony rn Snow held at the Democranc Club Lourse Turpln was queen, whlle Barbara Flonan and Carol Pokraka attended Cf The top bandleaders of The Lxttle Red School House were jane Boyd and Don Ida DRUCILLA GLEASON Glee Club 1 DOW GUISINGFR SHORTY GUANELLA Football 1 2 Basketball 1 Base 123 H1Y123 VxcePr 1 dent 2 Home Room Vice Presrdent 1 Track 1 Boys Pep Club 1 Boys R3 Y 1 E Club 23 Intramural Basketball 3 CAROL HASS Pep Club 2 Chonr 2 3 MARLENE HAVEINS eel s 1 3 G ee C uh Dm Team 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 Board gf Dnrectors G A A 3 Fire Courrcxl 3 RLTH HFNDFRSON SENIURS ROLAND HESSEL Home Room Presxdent l Student Councxl 1 Class Vnce Presxdent 1 Basketball 1 2 3 Football 1 Base balll Pep Band 12 3 Band I 2 3 Boys Rally 1 Boys Pep Club 1 E Club 2 3 Dance Band 3 Boys Glee Club 3 Cholr 3 Pep Band Pres1dent 3 DON HEWITT Wrestling Manager 1 junior Play 2 Semor Play 3 Student Councxl 3 BEI I Y HILMES Home Room Secretary 1 Pep Club 1 2 3 Drxll Team 1 2 3 Pepsters Attendant 2 Cholr 23 Pep Club Secretary 3 Pep Club Board of D1 rector 3 LELAND HOBBS DON IDA H1 Y 1 2 3 H1 Y Presxdent 1 Stu dent Councnl 123 Boys Rally 1 Natxonal Honor Soclety 2 3 Sopho more Class Secretary 1 Class Sec retary 2 E Club 3 Football 2 3 Choir 3 Head Boy 3 BETTY JACOBS fAuroraJ Y Teens 3 Among the many events we w1ll always Remember and hold Among Our Souvenlrs are Blue and Whnte Day, the Senror P1cn1c, and the Promenade Our Very Own Sen1or Prom was held at the Denver Umverslty Student Unxon The cand1dates for Queen were Carol Ferr1s, lame Boyd jane Pope, Dolores Yxnglmg, Marnlyn Shuman, Carol Molme, loanne Fleenor, Connre Wleber, Peggy Whltecotton, Pat Fleenor Mary Lou Moore, and Shrrley Marshall SHIRLEY JACOBSON Glee Club 1 Choxr 2 3 EARL JONES Home Room Treasurer 3 MARY LOU KAUFMAN Chess Club 1 Fnre Councrl 1 Pep Club 2 3 Jumor Play 2 Frlendshlp Club 3 DOROTHEA KISSELMAN Pep Club 1 Y Teens 1 2 JERRY KOEHLER G 1 2 H1 Y 1 2 REX KOHLER H1 Y 1 2 3, Baseball 1, Football 2, E" Club 2 3, Hugh Tlmes 2 3. High Times Business Manager 3 17 JACK KOHNE Athletics 1 2 3 Fire Council I Chess Club 1 2 Joi-iN KUPLACK Chess and Checker Club 1 Wres tlmg 2 3 CHARLES LAMONT Football 123 Basketball 12 Baseball 123 H Y 12 Bo s Rally l E Club 2 3 Sarzent of Arms 3 Wrestling 3 JAMES LANGENDORFER MARLENE LEBSOCK Y Teens 1 Pep Club 2 Drill Team 2 Choir 2 3 JO ANN LEVSTIK Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 Red Cross 12 3 Annual Staff 1 Y Teens 12 Pep Club 3 GAA I 2 3 Jr P y SENIURS Now as the chorus of Youre the Tops fades into the air, we can famtly hear the strams of Beyond the Blue Horizon We wonder what the world has in store for all of us MITZI LEYRER 18 G A A 3 Pep Club 3 Drill Team 3 WAYNE LOCKNER Wrestling 1 2 3 H1 Times 3 Bus: ness Manager 3 Choir 3 Stage Crew 3 JAMES MARK Stage 1 2 3 Chess and Checkers 1 2 Jr Dramatics 2 Visual And 1 Senior Play 3 SHIRLEY MARSHALL Annual Staff 12 Editor 1950 An nual 2 Pep Club 123 Thespian play 1 2 Thesplans 1 2 3 Quill and Scroll 2 3 Secretary Treasurer 3 Hi Times Staff 2 3 Friendship Club 3' Senior Play 3' Drill Team 2-3' Citizens of the Week 3 ROGER MARTIN Baseball 1-2' Football l-2-3' Sopho- more Class Treasurer l' E Club ALFRED MATTHEWS Football 1-2-33 Track 1-2-3: Boys Rally 11 "E" Club 2-33 President 35 Ski Club 3g Inter Mural Basketball sal SENIUR5 KENNEDY MCCOLLUINI Stagecrew 2 3 Manager 3 RICHARD MCKINLEY Track Manager 1 Track 2 3 H1 Y 1 Boys Rally 1 Chess and Checker ub 3 E Club 2 XWILLIAM METSKER Senior Play 1 Thesplan Play 12 Thesplans 12 Chess and Checker Club 12 Choir I 2 3 jr Play 2 Operetta 3 ARLENE MILNER YTeensl GAA 2 Pep Club23 H1T1mes 2 3 Co Editor 3 Quxll and Scroll 8 CAROL MOLINE Band 1 2 Y Teens 1 3 Orchestra Secretary 3 Glee Club 2 Pep Club 2 3 Vxce Pres 3 Choxr 3 G A A Operetta 3 Semor Play 3 Frxend shnp Club 3 Dnll Team 3 BETTY JO MOORE Girls Rifle Club I Girls Basketball 1 Roller Club 1 fSouth I-hgh Schooll ,-1' ee' N., "! Uk. 3- 0 MARY LOU MOORE Homecoming Attendant 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 Choxr 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 JAY MOSLEY SHIRLEY NORTHCUTT Gnrls Club 1 Home Room Secre tary l Typmg Award 1 fGrant Umon Hugh Schooll Pep Club 2 3 Dxl Tam 23 GAA 23 H1 Times 2 3 Feature Edxtor 3 Qunll and Scroll 3 Thespnans 2 3 Thes plan Play 2 CHARLES O BRIEN Football 2 3 MELVIN OLDEMEYER MELVIN PALMER I- 631'-iid-IL, 19 A-we NANCY PALMER A 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 ee Club 2 Drill Tema 3 Drlll Leader 3 Choxr 3 CAROL PEASLEY GAA 123 Secretary 2 Treas urer 3 Drlll Team l HlT1mes 2 3 Quill and Scroll 3 Frxendshlp Club 3 GLORIA PETERSON Play 1 Pep Club 1 Glee Club 1 jr Red Cross 2 Home Room Chap lam fMemph1sl Glee Club MARVEEN PETERSON Majorettes 123 Drum Majorette 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 Friendship Club PHYLLIS PICKELL ROSE PINKERTON Pep Club 12 3 Drxll Team 1 2 3 Y Teens 1 Glee Club 2 Choir 3 Frlendshlp Club 3 -sly ,,. f Sung IJ SENIURS W 3533 mwaulut 20 CAROL POKRAKA GAA 1 Pep Club 1 Glee Club 1 fAdams Cxtyj jr Play 2 Dramat nc Award 2 Thespxans 2 3 Pres: dent 3 Pep Club 2 3 Drxll Team Y Teens 3 Semor Play Frnendshxp 3 Pe Club Formal At tendant 3 DA Pxlgrnm 3 An nual Staff 3 Cltxzen of the Week 3 JANE POPE Pep Club 3 Frnendshnp Club 3 Semor Class Secretary 3 Student Councxl 3 Honor Socxety 3 MARTHA ANNE POPE Swlfilfnlhg 1 Bowling Club 1 GAA 1fSouthJ GAA 23 Vlce Pres 3 Student Councxl 2 S b Deb 2 Thesplans 2 3 Forensic Club 2 Homecommg Attendant 2 Homecoming Queen 3 junior Class Vlce Pres 2 Pep Club 2 3 Cheer leader 3 Pep Club Board of Dnrec tors 2 H1 Tnmes 23 Frxendshnp Club 3 Quxll and Scroll 3 DONNA PROCTOR Forensic Club 1 2 Home Room Presudent I Student Councxl 1 Glee Club 1 2 Senxor Pageant 1 2 Y Teens 1 H1 Times 2 Friendship 3 Quill and Scroll 3 ROBERT REDDICK Wrestling 1 2 3 Track 1 2 3 Home Room Secretary l E Club 2 3 H1 Y 12 Fire Prevention 1 Boys Rally 1 Boys Pep Club 1 JACK RICE Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 2 3 Basket ball 1 Basketball Intra Murals 3 ,Peg Band 2 3 Fire Councnl 3 Foot a 2 G.A. . -.: U-3 Gl 3-: -5 . . . 3 1 I - 5, ' L : 9, 3 :Qfq :Quik S ' 13- ' 'SX 'XIX-. k SL X 1 1 if Q f ,ny 3: -5 5 g -E Q3 3s , ': 'g. t ' : E vw 3' -Q- F1 -5 g h Ou SENIURS HSS? CDO l MARILYN SHUMAN Band 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 Y Teens 1 2 3 Y Teens Treasurer 2 Annual Sta f I Orchestra 1 Choir 2 3 Pep Club 3 Friendship Club 3 Red Cross Representative 3 Homecom mg Attendant 3 ROBERT SIMPSON Thespians l 2 3 Thespian Play 1 2 Debate Club 1 Visual Club 2 Choir 2 3 CHARLES SlSSOlN Baseball 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Vice President of Home Room I Football 2 3 Boys Rally 1 C ub 2 3 E Club Scribe 3 Fire Council 3 Chess Club 1 Football Co-Captain 3, Football 1 2 3 MARJORY SMITH P Club 1-2-33 Forensic Club 1-2-33 President 23 Vice-President 33 Thespians 1-2-3: Thespian Play 2-3: Drill Team 2-33 Senior Play 1-33 junior Play 2: Red Cross 1-23 Y-Teens 33 Friendship Club 3 LYLE SNELL Wrestling 1-2-33 Track 1-2-33 "E" Club 1-2-33 Fire Council 1-23 Boys Rally 13 Boys Pep Club lj Hi-Y 1-23 Band 1 DICK SPEICHER C G ,plan PATRICIA RIDDLFS Pep Club 12 3 Drill Team 12 3 G A A 2 3 Sub Deb 2 Friendship 3 Junior Dramatxcs 2 ROYCL ROBBINS JO ANN ROSVALL Pep Club 123 Drill Team 12 Friendship Club 3 Annual Staff 3 Glee Club 3 Honor Society 3 RUTH RUDOLPH Chess and Checker Club 1 Choir 1 2 3 Thespian Play 2 Friendship Club 3 CHARLFS SCHILLINGER Annual Staff 1 Hi Times 3 Pho tographer 3 Visual Club 3 CFCILIA SCHUCKFNBROCK Commercial Club 1 2 FH A 1 2 Banquet Committee 3 fBowl1ng Green Mo J 596094 Q gl fe Q , R5 Q 21 AL SPENCER Football 2-3: Track 25 "E" Club 3: Intramural Basketball 3 FRED STAEBELL Chess Club 1' Football l-2-3' Track -3' UE' Club 3' Choir DON STEGGS Band 12 Hx Y 1 Chess Club Senxor Play 3 HFIEN TAFT G ee Club 1 2 Glrls Tno l 2 3 Choxr 2 3 Pep Club 1 Boys Glee Club 3 Fnendship Club 3 LOUISE TURPIN Pep Club 123 Forenslc Club 1 Drlll Team I 2 Thespxans 2 3 Sub Deb 2 jumor Class Treasurer 2 Student Councul 2 Honor Socxety 23 Cheer Leader 3 Frxendshlp Club 3 Pepsters Queen 3 DAR Representatwe 3 MARJORIE VANDER HOEK Pep Club 1 2 3 Drxll Team 12 3 Y Teens 3 Red Cross 3 Hia? SENIURS F NJN! 1l'- 22 MARJORIE VANNATTA G A A l 3 G AA l 2 3 Choxr 3 Girls Sextet 3 Annual Staff 2 3 Art Edxtor 3 EDWARD WALSH Chess and Checkers 1 2 Boys Rally 1 Football 2 3 Track 2 3 Wres tlxng 2 Fire Council 2 E Club 3 Intramural Basketball 3 RONALD WARD Track l 2 Football 2 3 E C ub 3 Intramural Basketball 3 Cnxzen of the Week 3 LEO WEDOW JOAN WEGNER Y Teens l 2 Glee Club l Choxr 2 fLlttletonl Y Teens 3 Pep Club 3 Dnll Team 3 Choxr 3 Q 2 , ' , , 3 ' -: '- : 2: l - 3 ' . ' - - 1 . . D I . . l . I x x , 1 ' - '-If -:H ' ' Xb do ' 1. 'I I l:,s ' ' l ' - Fil A J MARILYN VOLLMERS o ,y n . ' Q 3 'Je SENIUBS C- DONALD WILLIALIS Y 1 Student Council 1 Wrestlmg 1 2 3 Jr Class Pres 2 Baseball 2 3 Sr Class Pres 3 GLENNYTH XVILLIAMSON Pep Club 123 Drxll Team 123 GAA 123 YTeens3 DOLORES YINGLING Pep Club 2 3 Drxll Team GAA 3 Frxendshlp Club 3 Fxre Councxl 3 Wlllldm Bruton X james Buckel james Cook Romld Gupton Sgb SHIRLEY WEHZEL LILA vc ELTY um WFRB Pep Club 1 2 3 Board of Dxrectors 3 Drill Team 123 Glee Cu Su e Teens 3 Friendship Club 3 Treas urer 3 Fxre Counc1l3 PEGGIE WHITECOTTON A 1 2 3 Vice Presxdent President 3 Pep Club 2 3 Choir 2 3 Fare Councll 3 Drxll Team 2 Frlendshxp Club 3 Cheer Leader 3 CONNIE WEIBER Thespxan Apprentxce 3 Y Teens Secretary 3 Senxor Play 3 RAE DEENE WILL 'STG' Q s' 5521? , 'gh I : CAMERA SHY Rxchard Knrk Ronald Keeny Alden Lmdekugal Bruce Newlon 25 Darrell Prxce Leonard Remers jack Rxchards Pat Thompson "UH YUU BEAUTIFUL BULL" The Devxl m Me fDon Hewlttj 1 ont Cry oe Q oanne Fleenor C20 116 Bs 0 QQJOI o 0' I A N 06 ef' 995 A ow Y v Gone Wnth the Wand Daddys Lnttle Gnrl Kenny Camp Fancy Pants Carol Ferrzf Carol Molmej wr- Thmk It Over ,,,,,. : CMM? Lou Kali man, 1' Q D fr' I 'iw ,S 33 Keep Walknn 1 U Wlshnng fPlayl1JJ Pzrkellj fyvlfglnld Carlfon Yesterday S just a Memory Mn Wegfler Rafe Pmkerton 24 Exactly Lnke You fBetly fo Moore, f '7 8666, 'P 66,1 4'-ff an Fly Summertlme fD0lofeJ Ymglzng Deane fNanry Palmer QM! 'Ai iz u - ' sr ,Q , Q A I I ' M' jr: Q xg' X N .. 5 if 1 , I ,. e e g- 1 5 e - ' f " - -r .. gf I Q69 12, A. i A A , WSN E, -V 66x site Be IQ. fl K 0 , Q' 'Q fin K 4 5 0 fe' 1 Ark 9 H 1 " 'J 04 Rf . Q , 0 ., , 1 .- , ' fa " . , YK N . J 4 'Q . , ,JI ,., , 5 V 'g 2 1 , Q N 1 W 3" 1 'Y 1 , U H f , ' A .V M.. C . - , ., il X. b -lhwigl, f l 1 5 ,' W , f ,Q K f 9 '-1 'Q e as a 'ke ' ' :r e : ,' ' .- t Q, fi? "i':. ', wx, R rf' J . M.. , .h . 4.1 f .nw ' I , ,f 4 f. .1 f 5- U .Ms . ' I ' H Q tm A 'wf H . ' H V . . 'f " a ' . . . cl 1 4 P UH YUU BEAUTIFUL UULL FIRST PLACE On An Ordmary Mornlng ' 0 A1111 De V11161 ly, All Too Soon Barham Dazzfj Bell Bottom Trousers 'Wx-Q QM Laughmg Boy fM1llar J Coxj Baby Its Cold Outsxde fPat Rzddlefj Pretty Baby flllldllijll Vollmerf 4-1 Am t You Ashamed 9 Lorene Gannon Ill Get By Sleepy Tlmc Gal Pal fleermr alle Pvpe Z5 clan Effwffl Pants Too Lon Sam You 8 fCar0l Pokmkaj Thmkmg of You Barbara Flomm C Once Upon a Tame Q awe Baydj If You Only Knew 0 Ann Bum: Wim, L.. You Dreamer You llmjorj Vander Hoek PQ: R. Are You Faclng the World Alone? rllaryoue Vamzatia H II O Y v .. - - H V, wax? I, rs .-l In ' H CI 'GT' Q": . .. ' " llz. , 4 f W' l -1' i , V. Q M M , U 4- it 4 n: Judy . . A. P vs C I I I . " , th 1 ' V A . ' ' 1'-1 I t. A A af ' ' CI A J 1 .'.:b.,eK,,.,1iQg19Qfg12?." l ' my Q ,. .. ,, U ff " ' J .' , J U gy f Y- , A fy ai nb 1 ' 7 .. . . ,, 'U f fi ' .js - ,ff V2 Lffxrgl U l Q ' f y SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Q fi! Donnie Williams Harold Freim jane Pope Joanne Fleenor Don Hewitt Ralph Early President Vice President Secretary TFUZSUYU Representative Representative SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS lfliriry J Tavener Joseph McClelland Wilma Scott Ellanay Horton Mayme Roarke E N Broad D A R REPRESENTATIVES IUNIOR ROTARIANS new 'gn L01-HSC TUYPIU C-U01 Pokfaka I-Ufene Gafflwn Row 1 Don Ida Fred Fogh Ralph Early Charles Flierl Wayne Pil rim Loekner E Row 2 Mark Byers Charles Schxllmger Roland Hessel Harold Frelm 26 ,'Q5 X 'Q HBRUUNU T195 X ,AMWM Wfffj Vvffy RNERTxg?f am-Dai? MW! 120' KMA' M 'M' , wwll? 1 ,145-L Awifiw H! AA!! . S- 6-czff'-1 M WL P!! Kf7Y-'WY1' F-fb XM! jgzl, 4f7N,EZ,bCH2-- 4,,Je,.f jf ,533 A by Hyyfy K N! V 'V 94 rv J .1 x.f 5,1 J M Y JUNIOR Amy Evelyn Andrews Kenneth Aragon joe Avrs Roger 1 Barley Brll Barley rm Baldwrn Betty Bangs Mary Lou Banlster Glenna Baty Marrlyn Benson ack Berry Kelth Beshore Sherry Best Elarne Betts Shxrley Bevrlhrmer Nadrne Brelby Jrm Boyd Barbara Brrck Eleanor Brrles Donna Brrles Harold Brown Davrd Brown Sonny Brownewell Dolores Bucholz, Evelyn Burr, Tom Cam, Bernadean Camp, jewel Crnkle, Kay Coats, Martha Lookmg back over our sophomore year, we remember choosrng Lanny Smrth, Barbara Boyd, jam Osmun, jack Benson, and Roy Hennmg for our class offrcers They drd a grand job and made the sophomore class one of the best rn school Our sophomore athletes were Davld Grand, Ray Eddy, jim Schaefer, and Blll Chrrsman, who dxd a fme pob They showed skull ln playmg as well as good sportsmanshrp Our theme song for our sophomore year was "l.1ttle by Lrttle " 28 ,NI al I 7,5 A , , . , "' I ,I A :II A I , :V W ,I t s r y y 3 ' W Ja I CLASS Compton, Joanne Crosby, Dick Cushing, Donald Darting, Phyllis Davis, Carol ill DeYoung, Jeanne Diamond, Leland Durland, Barbara Eckert, Barbara C N Eddie, Ray 'Mi Fairman, Dick Fernandez Geraldine Freim Barbara Gaze Ralph Grimes jane Grimm Phil Guthrie Colleen Harmon Dave Hartley Grayson Hazlett Joyce Head La Nelle Henning Roy Henrikson johnny Henry David Herndon udy Hessel Maxine Hill Larry Hubbard Billie Hummel uanita Hurkett Helma ust Around the Corner 15 the theme chosen for our junior year To lead the class along our musical way we chose Barbara Boyd president jim Schaefer vrce president Glenna Banistcr secretary oyce Hazlett treasurer and our repre sentatnes were Polly Pope and Sally Patchctt David Grand Ray Eddy im Schaefer and Bill Chrrsman were again the outstanding athletes of our class 79 u Y 7 ' 3 x 7 1 i D 1 7 5 s I ,J 2 7 ' a Y ,J , a NJ ,,. ., . v . - u v v r ' A 1 ' -'x -,l 1 v ' JUNIOR jones Brll jones Kenneth Kerm Grnger Kemper Rrchard Kephart Bob Kepler jo Ann Krng Preston LaFurge joyce Lambert Nancy Leffel Marrlyn Lengel jams Lrlcely Barbara Lucero Elvira Lyle Rrchard Malloy Edward f jg Mann Meredrth Maryott Wanda Maulrs Edns jean McCann Harold McG1vney Shrrley McGraw john McKenna Edwrn McM1ckle Grace Medsker Bob Melchror Elsre Mrller, Vrrgrnra Ann Miller, Vrrgrnra H Mmnrck, Nancy 4 Monson, Drck B! 5 , Montgomery, Stella TWO PCPPY ll1l'1l0fS, Betty Kay Smrth and Bllly jones, helped the other cheerleaders lead thc checrrng scctron The Homecommg qucen was attended by two pert 'n pretty lunrors, Barbara Boyd and Betty Kay Smrth The Pep Club Formal, Symphony In Snow," was a big success, and Evelyn Amy and Glenna Bamstcr were the two lovely yunror attendants 30 y ' , 'X ' ww ' a L . , . I D 7 H " I ' KA W 1' lf 'Y l 1 f - f - may . 7 a , , 3 , vp 9 , 'ea , w A ' . 2- fl Q , e , . . . Q ' .sf , f . . s N h 7 e A x , , , L , , Yr ' 1 l if , 1 , P . 4 9 V f', Y , J f . . . K I . . ' V Q Dwfw' CLASS Moore, Georgia Nazarenus, Dorothy Nicholl, Corrine Osmun, james ' Parish Charles Patehett Sally Peterson Beth Phelps Naomr Pope Paulme Prestrud Rrchard Rerther Bob Rodme Drek Roe Ann Romero MHYVID Ruch Dick Sallee Mary Seymour Donald Shuman Lynette Sxlllvan Ralph Srnger Betty Slyter Drana Smrley Pat Smrth Betty Kay Smrth Lanny Staats Donald Stephenson Margaret Sundrne Shrrley Thayer Shrrley Thomas Vrrgene Trdwell Mary ane The junior assembly was named l-loltday Parade It contamed sl-trts deprctrng all the holrdays of the year Thus assembly brought to the attentlon of the students Georgra Moore s lovely srngrng worce and Beth Petersens abrlrty to tap dance The rest of the cast drd a memorable job one vwhrch made the junror assembly one of the best of the year The junror play was Lrfe XX'1th Father Thus enjoyable play was directed by Mrss eanne Foote 31 'iw . A. W i 1 I ' if L. In cf V e W . . ', I y Y , Y ,, n ., gl I T , l W I y 'rt 'fi f ', sv ', 5 ,V 4 ,, l ' , ,l L :J e lx tt fl JUNIUR CLASS EAMEHASHY Barela Stella Baumgartner Ronald Brooks Rosalre Brown Norman Brunrck Loretta Burr Fred Busmrre Kenneth Chelme Robert Clrff Carol Dodrrl Eldon Doherty Leo Dolan Jerry Ehlrnger Jewell Engel Betty Evans Davrd Flerschacker John Franklm Shrrley Ann Gorsuch John Grand Davrd Graves Lola Hadley Mrckey Hall James Herrrch Martha Hudson Dean Jacobs Carolme Johnson Stanley Keddy Edward JUNIURS Kelly Krng Krng Krng Lone Bo Carolyn ack Lorene Aleene Lunbeck Dean Martm Bob McCombs Beverley Muller Norrrs Mobley Dale Nelson Bonme Nrchols Spencer Noakes Terry Parks Homer Porter Bob Powers Jrm Roberts Douglas Robinson Sam Rohren Joyce Shaefer Jm Shlueter Betty Sevenessron Norman Sloan Buckley Swenson Norman Taylor Duck Thompson Nancy Woodyard Donald Wrrght Janrce ,J x S E 1 I I 1 7 a 1 F' . . . . 5 rx , , , b 1 7 H f . . J f 1 1 Y s 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 7 , c .. . . . 1 , , a- . . - ,A J '. 2 1 : 1 1 KJ kv. ' ' 6 Ill 1 1 . l 1 1 U 1 1 ., - V .Y x 7 i R . ! 1 S . . - 4 1 1 - 1 1 1 my 1 1 , 1 1 I 1 1 , 1 1 1 x 1 1 X 1 1 5 . 1 9 ll. ! Y, 1 1 1 l I 1 1' 1 7 ! - Y Timrrer, Donna Traut, Betty Jo Tuttle, Marjorie Upson, Sarah Vander Hoek, Pat Van Natter oanne Vernard Gerry Watrous Donna Watkins Max Wlld Jerry Wrllramson Thelma Wrlloughby Harry Woodman Donna Wolfe Drck Worthmgton Vrrgxnra Glenna Banrster Secretary Joyce Hazlett Trearurer Polly Pope and Sally Patchett Student Counr1lRepreJer1lal1ve.r Barbara Boyd Prerfdenl Urn Schaefer Vice Prerrdenl not m prcturej 52 xy WWW ww QWVQQQQ MJ M M wJ -Z www 'X zfffw xx f . 1 f J ' . A H , A ' A K J QW MQ Wa 1 'ff' VL X 7 , ' Wm f" X. I 5 'A nf ,. ' -ji-1 " -. -r' -:lj 5 - s U -- L L 4 175 Rau' I Joyce Littlehorn, Sonia Kester, Carol Magnuson, Barbara Mackie, Mary Lou jones, Roberta Kramer, Marian Lindsay, Shirley La Brash, joan Lockner. Rau' II Gary Karlson, Leonard O'Neil, Gerwin jones Donald LeFurge, Carroll Land Pete Kuenzinger Nina long jerry Lippincott Rau III Donald Kent jack Landers Clyde Lentz Ronald johnson Wayne Larson Robert Lorenzo Eugene Madison SUPHU Entering he concert halls of Englewood High School the sophomores of 51 began their climb to the top with zeal and enthusiasm The musical directors who helped lead us through two semesters of succ sful con certs were Ruthie Flierl president Shirley Stouder vice president Donna Black secre tary Bob Smxth treasurer and Gwen Sherard and Eddie Carlson representatives The sophomore musiclans showed a great talent rn sports by presenting Englewood with athletes such as Bob Allen Bill Callahan john Colgate and Gerwin jon In the do re mi department only one sophomore was represented in the choir but this tenor Gus Babb did an outstanding Job Some outstanding band members were Richard S Ruthie Flrerl Pfemfenl Rfu I Cheryl Ydee Gnyleen Dennis Rozella Epperson Regina Dreiling Beverly Deering Alice Dress Alethea Dovynare Lucy Chandler Donna Coffman R114 11 Glenda DIVIN Pat Croyynoyer Dolores Lyans Shirley Fields Norma Combs Leona DeWitt Marthabelle Cohenour Dorothy Deicfcen Rau Ill om liilenstrne Bobby Cox Leon Duncan Mich rel Cooley Dick Cooper Bill Crist Bill l'y ins lnddie Carlson Bryce lpperson exnnie Carlson 34 Donna Blick Bob Smith Serrelary 'Iveziznw MURES Rau I Shrrley Porter Shlrley Smrley Pat Sasser Betty Shanks Erleen Redmond janrce Smxley La Von Stephens Carol Spath Rau II Carol Scott Delvan Sprecker Ronald Solomon Walter Potts Larry Prxler Alfred Ratzell jrmmy Shoemaker Irene Rask Raw III Drck Stanton Roger Ptotraschke Gene Regan Drck Shott jlmmy Rannells Bob Sm1th Vernon Smnth Shrrley Stouder Vzfe Prendenl Rrchard Pugh Bmkley Don George Joyce Lxttlehorn, Donna Rowland Bob Swartz Helen Petrnck and Pete Spomer In the orchestra the outstanding ones were Carole James Elame McCoy Ronald Johnson Barbara Maclrle Mary Lou Jones Donna Black and Dorothy Dexcken Later on m the concert came the sophomore attendants to the homecoming queen who were Ruthxe Flxerl and Gayleen Dennis The Class of 51 was also honored by havmg our float wm second m the homecommg parade The sophomore attendants at the Pep Club formal Symphony ln Snow were Shxrley Smiley and Shlrley Stouder These lovely gurls highlighted the concert year for the Pirate queens and the other sololsts and musxclans 5 Eddre Carlson Studenl Caunrll Repferenmtlz e Gwen Sherard Siudenl L aunrrl Reprerenmtn e Rau I jackre Batt Susan Brokow Cassandra Anderson Ann Bauer Georgra Burt Rene Bebout Donna Black janet Buck Geraldine Bevard jams Brown Rau ll Gracre Allen Lms Busmrre Caree Brmk Rxchard Brnkley Bob Brngaman 35 Kenneth Barfreld Velma Beeler Vrolet Brahm janet Adamson Barbara Armstrong Rau III Drckbaty Guss Babb Nell Aman Bob Allen Marcus Arnold Ray Brlger jack Burdrck Brll Callahan Ross Bybee jrmmy Brassfleld 1 1 1 1 ' -1 1 - 1 1 . Q1 . 2 I b 1 S , r ' I I . 1 ,, . . Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 . 1 . 1' 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 . - 1 . . Q , . H . ,, . ' . . 1 1 - - - - -. - 11 - 1 . . A , K. 1 ,, - -rw 'Q '14 -V , f U as ' , an . . A 4' pn , U , I V: l . , ' . . -,Y , , ' 1 U. ' 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 , - . ' . ' l r . A 1 . 1 1 1 - '- 1 Y 1 1 A 4 , A 1 . - 1 1 , . 1 ', , - SUPHUMURES Rou I Betty Mastm Della Rae McChesney Barbara New Frances Peterson Kathleen Otto Darlene McKenzie Patty Olson Mary Ann Nazarenus Nancy Nelson Rau II Arlme McCown Lila Miller Geneva McCall Marjorie Patterson Judy Oberg Helen Pitrick Elaine McCoy Marion McDonald Row III Dick McGraw Ray McCollum Rodney Moore Bob Mortenson Larry Midgorden George Newhouse Don Mosely Dale Northcutt cs i s 5355 Row I julie Van Solenger, Carol Ward, Connie Trompeter, Marlene Rosebook, Shirley Palmer, Marilyn Taylor, Donita Thayer, Shirley Stouder. Rauf II Donna Rowland Jeanette Wieth Jo Ann Rasmussen Sue Wedemeyer Nancy Ramey Darlene Wallen Barbara Poor Diane Vladimire Row III Ben Thompkms David Walker Bob Swartz john Todd Hugh Williams Paul Twist Darrel Watson Bob Ulrich Lee Williams L Row I Ruthie Flierl Norma Jennings Eileen Frerrcks Marilyn Hall Lola Goodyear Charlxne johnson Sherry Henderson Marion Hill Ruthie Herter Norma Herron Row II Avery Graham Wally Hubert jackie Hummel judy Johnson Beverly Hemple Shirley Helmer Mary Lee Harris Barbara Hall Carole james Donnel Harrach Larry Halbick Rau III Don George David Garret Roy Holloway George Hargrove Mel Fowler Bill Glasner Allen Garber Kenny Chrisman Leland james Leslie Hartshorn Bill Holland X YUU WORK" WSJ 'HMA v QA f al! Adv Q Q25 X , M MM YN WAN f , I U -M V a M WMW M M 'WRX X51 W 1WwWWWJWwfw , L 1 4 , l W ,V If M W affyww f N , Mff Q aw bc Wk ,yo JH vo ,W if Qy x Q Q W Lv 4 W 3 ,ww gf Q WORK UF T I my c ae a e H ll Rod Moo e FRENCH Miss Florence Sullivan has only one French class this year The students learn the French customs and enough of the language to study French in any uni versity or college Of course these students are the only ones in the school who know what they re getting in a French restaurant' Also in this department is Latin which is taught by Miss Mary Archibald Latin is essential to further studies in medicine pharmacy law and religion Last in the language department is Spanish taught by Miss Florence Sullivan At the end of a year s study the students go to a Spanish restaurant for fun. Here they speak only Spanishr if they cannot speak well enough to order their meal they just cant ea . HE SCHUUL TYPING Typing I and II is offered to sophomores juniors and seniors Adequate rates of accuracy and speed are attained for all types of typing for personal use and for enabling the student to enter advanced steno graphic courses Mr Harry Wilson and Mr Charles Dolezal teach these classes Typing III is taught by Mr Dolezal and is available to juniors and seniors who have had one year of typing Additional skill is gained in business forms and business letters and in centering and duplicating processes Any student who completes this course can use his typing skills for either personal or vocational purposes Also in the commercial department are bookkeeping and office practice These courses are taught by Mr Wilson Shorthand I II III and IV are taught by Mrs Ellanay Horton 57,-at Qilll I 1 1 S Evelyn Amy 38 ald E -r Marj r'e S 'th St lla B re a SOLID GEOMETRY Mr. Gerald Watne teaches this subject, which is an advanced course for students who want additional mathematics to prepare for college. Solid geometry is taught only one semester and is required to com- plete a mathematics major. To take the course, one must have Previously had algebra I and II and Geom- etry I and II. Also in the mathematics department are vocational mathematics and algebra I and II, taught by Miss Lillian Sullivang geometry I and II, algebra III and IV, and trigonometry, which are taught by Mr. Watne. WORK UF THE SCHUUL SENIOR GRAMMER In the Englrsh department varlous courses rn grammar and lrterature are taught by Mlss Gwendolyn Kxllron M1ss Helen Hudson Mxss Jeanne Foote Mrs Mayme Roark and Mrss Wrlma Scott All hrgh school students are required to take sophomore jumor and semor grammar and world and Amerrcan llterature to graduate Students major mg rn auto mechamcs and machrne shop may omxt the jumor classes mero a B sw II Watkms Leland Hobbs Row III Dean Lunbeck Kenny Andrews Row IV Rrchard Pres! rud Jerry Bemrs CHEMISTRY Regardless of hrs life s vocatron one wrll f1nd that a knowledge of chemlstry IS of decided value Thls course IS a laboratory scrence There are desks and apparatus for each student to perform hrs class experr ments Prere ursxtes are general sclence and algebra or brology an algebra One year of science rs requrred for graduatlon A student may take blology general sclence physics or physxology to frll h1s requrrement M joseph McClelland teaches b1ology Mr Chester R1ley physlology and Mr E N Broadbent both chemlstry and phys1cs General scxence ns taught m 1un1or hlgh only by Mlss Games and can be used toward a scxence major or used to fnll the scrence requlrement Row I Gloria Petersen Marrlyn Shuman Row II Carol Hass Chuck Srsson Ro III Mona Lee Compto Jo Ann Bruns Berkley Beer Phyllis Barry AMERICAN HISTORY Th1s course IS a study of the hlstory of the govern ment of early and present Unxted States It IS taught by Mr Paul Bless1ng Mr ohn Kramer and Mr Ernest Apel Also rn the soc1al scrence department are world hxstory taught bv Mr Tavener Mr Apel and Mr Blessrng socxology taught by Mxss Helen Grubbs psychology taught by Mr Dale Brooks and consumer economrcs and mternatronal relatnons taught by Mr john Kramer Do Cush g jmmy Barley s l 3 B ' , . 5 Y l 1 l . , . , . W ni I l . , . J , . 3 , ' 1 ' v ' Q y Q 1 - Q I , . . . . , . Raw I: Marvin Ro , Lorett run ick. Row : Max ' , . : , . .' - , . . . , . . . 7 9 1 x I r. g . 1 1 ' - - y I Y n in , i ' WURK UF Clyde Le t SEWING Classes rn sewrng are offered f1rst second and frfth perrods Mrs Leonard teaches the grrls how to sew read pat terns correctly and to remodel clothlng Along wlth clothmg foods and nutrmon are taught rn the home econom1cs depart ment Mrs Fenner teaches thrs class frrst and frfth perlods Alde L dak g l Bob Porte THE SCHUUL MACHINE SHOP Mr Hammons mstructs thns class The boys are taught shop math the operatnon of dxfferent types of machme shop equipment lathes Ulllllflg machmes shapers planers and all types of grrnders Machme shop and auto mechamcs work very closely to gether as the shop makes parts and tools for auto mechamcs The boys make and work from blueprmts Judy W b Mrs Leo ad ELECTRICITY Taught by Mr Calvm Orr electrlcrty IS offered to all semor h1gh students Th1s course rs especlally desxgned for those stu dents who want and need electrrcal mformatnon wlthout havrng to take the physrcs course Wrth emphasrs on safety features the use understandmg and repalr of electrlcal equlpment IS taught ' U I 7 7 I 1 7 7 , . . nz 7 9 . . 1 - , 1 7 A. . ' er, . nr ' a ' 1 3 D n in ae, 1' WURK UF THE SCHUUL PHYSIOLOGY Thrs class IS under the drrectron of Mr Rrley and deals rn general wrth normal physrology and anatomy found 1n health as well as wrth abnormal physrology and anatomy found rn drseases The students study the functrons and the structure of the body Ke y A dre s Na cy La bert AUTO MECHANICS Taught by Mr Wrllram Jenmngs auto mechanrcs rs a course to grve students a mechanncal background and an actual start 1n a steady well paymg job Actual shop experrence rmolvlng all operatrons on and of automobrles rs taught rn the shop Every year several boys major m thrs fxeld 41 'Q B ha a Boyd Several classes rn art are taught by Mrs Alrce Johnson A few of the many projects the students have rnclude lettermg perspectrve drawrng landscapmg sketchrng portrartures and clay modelrng A knowledge of drawrng and desrgn and the Each year several of the art students enter varrous art con tests Makmg posters for school and communrty organrzatrons IS ano Bob Walla e Bob Lor o Alf ed Rat ell . . . . . . , , . Y f Q v 4 l V , 'C L S ,af tr If if 1' . . . , . I 5 I 7 7 3 use of a wide variety of materials are taught. - . ,u .- '. r .1 .- . nn rx w , n m n , . 1 ' D - . , 3 . c , enz , r z "??yww 'WURK.UF Spencer Nicholls, Ralph McMickle MUSIC THEORY This course along with music history and appreci ation is taught by Mr P C Nicholson and is de signed to give groundwork in melodic harmonic and rhythmic elements of music Also studied are major and minor scales keys chords intervals and cadences A student majoring in music is required to take music history appreciation and music theory Dani: 'EV Bob Mart Lon me Farmer Fred Staebell E SEHUUL SHOP Under Mr. William Landon's instruction, the stu- dents learn methods of leather tooling. In connection with Woodcraft, the use of all power, hand machinery, and tools is taught. Mr, Landon also teaches classes in printing and drafting. Marllyn Vollmers Marlene Albrecht Shirley Sundme Homer Parks R1chard Brink Janie Boyd Jack Benson BOYS GYM The boys gym class is taught by Mr Henry Tavener head football coach here at E H S Tl11S is a valuable class designed to aid boys in developing muscles and the qualities of good sportsmanship The class is open to all senior high school boys SUUVENIR5 51 ANNUAL STAFF Q0 -1. 'UQ' Cr: ,INN 4. 'HS' Q' Darrell Dlamond Lapoul jewel Camp Club Editor Elame Best Anzrlant Edllor Sharon Brown Edztor In Claref :sm Qs i '23 an-in l Charles Flnerl Sporlr Fdzlm l H if jumor Editor - Pat Fleenor Semor Edlror :ii-'-Nia Stella Montgomery Cafol Pokfaka Fezlufe EdIl0f 'Vik Dig, V "IK" fr'-fs Pat Sasser jo Ann Rosvall School Lzfe Edztor l Marilyn Vollmers Ar! Editor jackle Hummel Farulty Editor 44 Sophomore Edzzor oan Fleenor Semor Editor I Q' 4 nk lg, W Mn F- ' .www 4-M A rs' - r:,A: : g A .q ,,,... Q, b N, 3 ,Xl A- ,mlb ' Lf '- A A LS, M lr A . ff? Q 1, 1' R S HA I . 'Q S... A 1, J . . 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' - , , 1 STUDENT COUNCIL Thns year the Student Councrl was an especrally outstandmg one The energetrc group sponsored a party for new students, the Homecommg celebratron, the Chrrstmas party The Popcorn Ball pamted letters by the seats rn the audltonum gave an assembly wrth students from dnfferent schools partlcrpatmg and throughout the year helped the student body and faculty solve school problems Co-presrdents for the year were Head Boy Don Ida and Head Gxrl Janne Boyd Barbara Boyd was secretary treasurer Row I Shrrley Stouder Donna Black Pauly Pope Barbara Boyd Gwen Sherard Janne Pope Row II Joyce Hazelett Janle Boyd Glenna Baruster Joanne Fleenor Sally Patchett Ruthie Fllerl Mr Brooks Row III Don Ida Ralph Early Jrmmy Shaefer Harold Fnem Don Hewitt Don Wxllrams Row I Georgra Moore Kathy Otto, Mary Watrous Judy Herndon Sherry Henderson Row II Jackre Hummel Gracie Allen Pat Sasser Wanda Maryott Sue Wedemeyer Jo Anne Rassmussen Sue Brokaw Beth Petersen Row III Pat Crownover Al Ratzell Drek Brnkley Dxck Crosby Dxck Furman Davrd Henry Carolyn Kung 19? -Q7 fme and deservmg club 46 JUNIOR RED CROSS Thrs year the Jumor Red Cross was led by Sue Wedemeyer Kathy Otto and Sherry Hen derson The councxl sponsor was Mrss Lrlhan Sullivan For thexr projects they trrmmed Chrrstmas trees at the Fort Logan I-lospxtal took care of chlldren made luncheon place mats and cards and served at the Fort Logan Officers tea The school s vote of thanks goes to a Cheryl Edge, Shirley Porter, Grace Wright, WWI' Row I Jane Pope Loulse Turpxn Rose Pinkerton Phyllis Barry Shirley Mar shall Sharon Brown Row II Mary Lou Kaufman Jame Boyd Virginia Carl son Lorene Garrnson Jo Ann Rosvall Miss Florence Sullivan Row III Earl Jones Charles Schillinger Ralph Early Charles Flierl Don Ida NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY One of the highest honors a student can achieve is to be chosen by his fellow classmates and teachers to be- long to the National Honor Society. This year's sponsor was Miss Florence Sullivan. The officers were Charles Flierl, jane Pope, Virginia Carlson, and Harold Freim. Row III Ma Y TEENS Building fellowship and good will among themselves and other girls is the motto of the girls in Y Teens They helped needy fam ilres at Thanksgiving time deco rated the Christmas tree in the senior high hall for Christmas sponsored Sweetheart Silhouette Valentine dance and gave an as sembly Marilyn Baty was presi dent Mary Lou Bangs vice presr dent Pat Vander Hoek secretary and Barbara Eckert treasurer Mr Fenner was their able sponsor Row I Norma Jean Heron Marilyn Taylor Betty Jacobs Judy Herndon Barbara Eckert Sarah Upson Row Il Mary Watrous Janie Boyd Joan Wegner Pat Smiley Nancy Mmnick Mary Lou Bangs Anne Baur rllyn Shuman Carol Moline Lynette Shuman Marlene Havens Marilyn Baty Glennyth Williamson W'p 1 ROW I .Il-ldY Werb Jackie Carlin Marjorie Smith Betty Baldwin Elaine Best Grace Wright Nadine Bevll himer Row II Dolores Brownewell vlfg'll'1li Carlson Joanne Fleenor Margie Vander Hoek Cheryl Edge Phyllis Dartm Mrs Fenner Row I I Janie Grimes Joanne Kepler Diane Slyter Pat Vander Hoek Shirley Sundme Eileen Redmond Lois Busmire x , .LJ 'A I .x u 1' ' . 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L 5 5 , . r l . . - . 5 , I 0- ,. . .I x . 3 E , - , , - 1 ' . f , 4 . 1 ,V 4 HQ 1 , I i- ' , x 9 , 3 : S V- ' " , . . ? 7 A 'i 'xy 7 ., Q' . : I i v , D , 1 i i 1 D , i 47 'HB GBUBHBOQI my Igggvwgovgsagnlgrgsnlgpgzwn Jackxe Batt Geraldxne Bevard Janet Brxck Evelyn Amy Gaylegn Dem-Us Dolores B,-ownewell pat Row II Ruthann DeGraw Barbara Davxs Velma Beeler Gr All B Glenda Davis Sherry Beshore Ulf rn Janice 1'0Wn Joyce Betts Barbara Armstrong I5g::1!yIIBexs0na Compton Jo Ann Bruns Vxrgmla Carlson Jewel Camp Glenna Baruster Norma Jean Combs Eleanor Brick Raw I Ruthxe Herter Joanne Kepler Shxrley Fxelds Ruthle Flxerl Marllyn Leffel Joan Erlenstlne Norma Jenmngs Helma Hurkett Nancy Lambert Joanne Levstrk Janne Grxmes Row II Barbara Durland Barbara Frxem Dolores Evans Soma Kester Betty Fnx Carol Ferns Pat Fleenor Barbara Florian Maxine Hessel Cheryl Edge Row III Jackxe Hummel Jams Lengel oanne Fleenor arlene Havens Judy Johnson o Anne DeV1ver etty Hrlmes Vnrgnma Glaesmer Sharon Brown President Carol Molme Vice President We The most school splrlted group ln the hugh school cheering section was the Pepsters Thts group was ably led by Sharon Brown Carol Moline Betty Hxlmes and Barbara Florxan The sponsor for thus energetlc group was Mrs Velma Leonard Pepsters supported all sports marched at the half and before football games took charge of the half txme durxng Homecoming and decorated halls at Chrxstmas txme The Pep Club Assembly was a rxotous comedl' M B . 5. , ll , f .5 s '. 1 I f N I I X 2 ' . 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Betty Hnlmes Secretary ,Vw Row I eannxe Maulxs Joanne Lockner Corrlne Nlchols Francxs Peterson Marron McDonald Arlene Mllner Pauly Pope Barbara xkely Mary Ann Nazarenus Raw II Carol Molme Shirley McG1vney Meredith Mann Jane Pope Rose Pinkerton Dorothy Nazarenus Shirley Marshall Marty Pope Joyce Lntlehorn Shxrley Northcutt Row III jerry L1 pencott Wanda Maryott Gmger Muller Jo Ann Rosvall Barbara Mackie Carol Magnuson Nancy Palmer Judy Oberg Carol okraka Pat Sasser Row One Julxa i Van Solrgen Marjorle Smxt Domta Thayer Shirley Smlley Conme Trompeter Dolores Ylnglmg Gwen Sherard Carol Spath Row Two LaVon Stephens Mxtzx Leyrer anxce Smnley hrrley Sundme Donna Tlmmer Patsy Smxle Joanne Van Natter Loulse Turpln Raw Three Thelma Wxllnamson Betty Traut Pat Vander Hoek Marjorie Vander Hoek Nancy Ramey Joan Wegner Sue Wedemeyer eanette W1eth ary Txdwell The annual Pepster formal Symphony xn Snow was a great success Thls dance wxll always be remembered for the many memorles and souvemrs Blue and Whxte Day was a fun fxlled day for all Everyone dressed xn the school colors makmg Englewood Hugh a blue and whnte world Our fine drxll team was led by drxll leaders Nancy Palmer and Carol Ferns The drxll team sponsor was Mxss DeWxtt 49 1 If 670 '..j B Q 1 , ' 1 lr. 5 ' J Q X , 1 ll? 4 X A J fl J l w a X X X . . 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K 2 I 6 5 6 6 r .l A as ij ' I ,ly FRIENDSHIP CLUB Row I Sharon Brown Barbara Davxs Marjorle Smith Judy Werb Marty Pope Pat Fleenor Peggy Whntecotten Vxrgxnla Carlson Glennyth Wxllnamson Row II Lourse Turpm Jo Ann Rosvall Rose Pmkerton Barbara Florian Carol Ferris Carol Moline Joyce Betts Row III Lorene Garrxson Marxlyn Shuman Janne Boyd Marveen Peterson Forever and Ever we students wnll Remember these grrls for promotrng fr1endsh1p and makmg the new students feel welcome Among therr many actrvltxes were the Homecommg Dance wrth jerry Woods Band their school assembly A Day rn the Lrfe of a House wrfe wrth a Televrsron Set and a successful dance after a home game Thexr realrstrc float Treasure Island added to the theme of the Homecommg Parade Thxs club was led throughout the year by Lorene Garrrson Mary Lou Moore Carol Ferns Judy Werb and Vrrgrma Carlson The1r able sponsor was Mrss Krllnon E CLUB Row I Don Ida Harold Frxem Roland Hessel Eddie Walsh Chuck Lamont Charles Slsson Mxckey Callahan Bruce Newlon Lyle Snell Tom Brewer James Langendorfer Row II Harold Brxles Ronnxe Ward Al Spencer Roger Martln Gilbert Drexllng Fred Fogh Fred Staebell Davxd Brown Royce Robbins George Bousselaxre Al Matthews Dxck Stanton Row I Don Guxsmger Bob Don Cushxng Max Watkins Bob Rexther Dxck Ruch rm Shaefer Duck McKm1ey john Kuplack Kenny jones Bob Medsker Shorty Guanella Bob Reddlck This club rs composed of all lettermen of the hrgh school These boys deserve credrt for the fme job they have done as a team and mdrvrdually The purposes of the E Club are to promote better sportsmanshrp and partrcrpatlon for more students ln all sports to encourage hrgh standards of conduct to promote extra currrcular sports actrvrtres and to support and encourage partrcrpatron rn all school actrvrtres Every new member must be accepted by actrve members E Club was led throughout the year by Presrdent Al Matthews Vrce Presrdent Mrckey Callahan Secretary jerry Davidson Treasurer George Boussalarre Sergeant of Arms Chuck Lamont and Scrrbe Charles Srsson Mr Henry Tavencr and Mr Chet Rrley were the club s sponsors 50 F' i 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 . . . , 1 r f L 1 A 1 1 l 1 A 1 1 as A 'Z 1 1 1 31 if 1 ., " aa' .. is 12- ' 1 1 ' , - 1 1 l . 1 1 1 1 U H 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 , . 7 . 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' . .' , I 1 - 1 ' ' 1 - - CHEERLEADERS 1 E 5 ,w Marty Pope Betty Kay Smxth B111 jones Loume Turpm Peggy Whxtecorton Thu group rs the one that really pun sprrrr ,md Lmhusrasm m the checre ,lt the pep ,mscmblreb md the ganna These cheer leaders were .1 crcdrt ru the schuul md .in rmprrmun to all students md athletes 51 MAIORETTES These energenc grrls led our musrcal parade through the year They performed for all home football games and several outs1de actrvrtres Marvene Peterson was the head mayorette for thrs group Row I Christie Lee McCullough Row II Shirley Smrley Margxe Tuttle Evelyn Bucholz Marveen Peterson Joyce Hazlett Sherry Beshore PEP BAND Row 1 Pete Spomer Bull Barley Bob Kenny jones Row II Melvm Palmer Lanny Smlth Roland Hessel jack Benson Jxm Osmun The Pep Band wlth thelr snappy musxc played for all our Pep Assemblles and home basketball games Roland Hessel was presrdent wnth Mark Byers tootmg along as vice presxdent Ralph Early was secretary treasurer 5 2 Swartz, Mark Byers, Jael: Richards, I I MADWUMAN UF IIHAILLUT SENIOR PLAY On November 29 30 and December 1 the class of 51 proudly pre sented then' Semor Play The Madwoman of Charllot The cast was headed by Carol Pokraka as the Madwoman A len Bassett played two dxffncult roles the pros pector and the rlgpncker and dxd an excellent xnterpretatron of both The cast as a whole gave a flnxshed and polished performance makmg thls play one of the best gxven at Englewood Hugh School m many years Mxss Jeanne Foote dnrected this fxne play Carol Molme Bill Barley Dick Wolfe Don Hewitt Brll Barley Arlen Bassett The Warter The Lxttle Man T e Prospector T e Presrdent The Baron Therese The Street Smger Carol Molm The Flower G1rl The Deaf Mute Irma The Shoe Peddler The Broker The Juggler Lee Wrllxams Rrchard Pugh Arlen Bassett Jack Kohne John Flexschaeker Frances Farnham e Joanne Brrddle Mary Coston Peter Spomer Conme Wexber Marlene Albracht Joanne Brlddle Jxm Mark Lee Wrlllams Dr Jadm Charles Flrerl Countess Aurelra The Madwoman of Charllot Carol Pokraka The Rag Plcker Arlen Bassett The Polxceman Drck Wolf CAST PRODUCTION STAFF Dnrector Jean Foote Musxc Dnrector P C Nlcholson Student D1rector Shlrley Marshall Prerre Don Steggs The Sergeant Wrlllam Bally The Sewer Man Jack Kohne Mme Constance The Madwoman of Passy Maryorxe Smlth Mlle Gabrxelle The Madwoman of St Sulplce Conme Wxeber fWed J Frances Farnham CThurs J Shirley Marshall fFr1 J Mme Josephme The Madwoman of LaConcorde Joyce Betts The Presldents Jack Kohne John Flexschacker Charles Flrerl The Prospectors Arlen Bassett Bxll Barley The Press Agents Jlm Mark Richard Pugh Drck Wolf The Ladres of the Press Conme Wleber Fran ces Farnham Mary Coston T e Adolphe Bertoues Charles Flxerl Jack Kohne Jrm Mark B111 Barley Arlen Bassett Drck Wolfe Margne Smnth Joyce Betts Pete Spomer Carol Pokraka Lee Wrllxams Rrchard Pugh Carol Moline Conme Wexber Mary Caston 53 V, . , , . . ,, .. ln rl . y . . 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' , , , , , JUNIOR URAMATICS LIFE WITH FATHER Lrfe With Father the famous play that amused and entranced Broadway au drences for many years was the rousing comedy produced by the junior Dramatrcs class They played to large houses and were sorry to see the frnal curtain fall The able cast presented a production long to be remembered Mrss eanne Foote was the successful drrector of this hrlarrous a jf 'WA NI Prnt raw jim Barley jim Osmun Brll Barley Dick Wolfe Richard Crosby Q Center le I lo right Joanne Van Natter Edrs jean Maulrs Pat Smiley Betty Jo Ann Roe Donna Woodman Vrrgrnra Ann Miller Georgia Moore Mrss Foote Second row Charles Parish joe Aragon Brll jones Sonny Brown Dick Farrman Betty Baldwin Dick Crosby Charles Parish Marilyn Baty Sonny Brown jim Barley Swfed Ann Ros 54 Smndzng Dick Farrman Dick Wolfe jim Barley Charles Parish P1 Y- ' ii? - sl fq kr , , , , , U , f ' : , ' e ' , 4 Traut, Marilyn Baty, Ginger Keim, Betty Baldwin, Thelia Williamson, Shirley Betts, X 4 ,. i 5 I 5 .O The operetta H M S Pmafore by Gilbert and Sullivan was presented by W"""hn.... the Music Department and Thespian Club This outstanding production was a brilliant success and was enyoyed by everyone who saw it The performance was excellent The cast not only sang beautifully but also was picturesque in appearance Juanita Hummel and Bill Metsker PRODUCTION STAFF Musical Director Orchestra Director Dance Director Accompanist Rose Pinkerton and Charles Flierl The Rt. Hon. Sir joseph Porter K. C. B. .......,......... . Captain Corcoran ,........... - Ralph Rackstraw Dick Deadeye ...,,..,....,,,,, - Bill Bobstay ..,.......,,,..,, - ..,,, , Bob Becket ,,.... - ....,,..,,,..,,.,.,,.. Josephine -..- ..,,..... - .,,.......... - Cousin Hebe ........,.....,......... Little Buttercup ,..., -..,--- Marilyn Baty and Wayne Lockner Mr Nicholson Mr Nicholls Miss Arline Abbott Janis Lengel C Roland Hessel Mike Cooley Royce Robbins First Lord's Sisters His Cousins His Aunts: First Lord of Admiralty .,.....,,..............,,.. Charles Flierl Commander of H. M. S. Pmafore ..........,......,,..,...................,..,,,..,....,.,,., Wayne Lockner Able Seaman .,,........... - .,.,.,,.......,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, - ,,.,,,,,,,, ,Bill Metskef Able Seaman .........,.,............ --.-- ..,.... - ....... -Royce Robbins Boatswains Mate ................, . ..... H, ,.,,,,.,,.,, Roland Hessel Carpenter s Mate ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,.,,,,,,,,..l, , ,ll..,,,,,,, Mike Coolley The Captain's Daughter ,..,., - ,,,,,,., ,,, uanita Hummel Sir JOSeph'S First Cousin ..........., -- ...,.. Rose Pinkerton A Portsmouth Bumboat Woman ......,....r..r,., - ,,,,,. - ,,.,, -, ..---..- ...... - ..... Marilyn Baty Sailors Donna Timmer Carol Moline Lynette Shuman jo Ann Van Natter joan Wegner Betty Helmes Rose Pinkerton of H. M. S. Pinafore: Bob Cox Lonnie Farmer Lee Williams Charles Parish Eugene Madison Gus Babb Donna Woodman Mary Lou Moore Mary Lou Bangs Marilyn Vollmers Nancy Palmer Marjorie Tuttle Don Ida john Todd Kenneth Camp Dick Ruch Mike Cooley r -I ft r if C ' ' . if rf' 71 is 1 1 ' Acting ol..-mf ....,,.. fffffffffffj.ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff.'ff.'ffffQiQiIQ!'JainC Foote i Lv 1 """"K ln. ' 'J A ll - -sl Row I Barbara Mackxe Donna Black Sherrxll Mannmg Ronnre Johnson Joanne Levstxk Ann Roe Judy Oberg Raw II Mary Lou Jones janet Adamson Dorothy Dxecken Fred Janssen Myrna McKmster Karleen Redle Mark Byers Vnrgmxa Worth nngton Vlrgene Thomas Blll jones Geraldine Fernandez Carol Lrgon Leslie Hartshorn Bob Swartz Jack Richards Row III joe McKenna George Spomer Karel Walther Jerry Skmner Pete Spomer Jeanne Delloung Mr Nlcholls Ralph Early Sonny Brown jlm Osmun Larry Bollow Melvm Black Kenny jones Wanda Maryott Bill Bally Margaret Stephenson Dlck Crosby Rxchard Bmkley jack Benson Lanny Smnth ORCHESTRA Thrs muslcal group was especlally outstandmg thls year Among thelr many actrvltnes were playmg., for the jumor and semor plays for the jumor hxgh Chrlst mas pageant for the orchestral accompamment for the operetta H M S Pma are presentmg the processlonal and recessnonal marches at Baccalaureate and Com mencement and the overture and mcrdental muslc for Commencement They were led throughout the year by Ralph Early Mark Byers Vnrgene Thomas and Vlrgmra Wonhlngton Mr Nxcholls was thexr able dxrector 'F"',-.,..J jams Lengel Beth Peterson Phyllis Dartmg Marilyn Vollmers Carol Davls Donna Mlfloflf Tuttle LYHCUC Sh'-'man H6101 Taft Txmmer Betty Kay Smith Accompamst Marxlyn Shuman TRIO Smgmg rxght along wrth the other musrcal groups was The joyous songs of the sextet were clearly heard m the musxcal parade the tr10 They sang at the Mayflower Church the Rotary These glrls sang for the Semor Woman s Club and the St Louxs School Club and for the V F W Chrlstmas party SEXTET 56 : .I I . .1 I I 'I I ' : I 9 l I I -I I I... - I I. 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I . -1-v--z-ine: Row I Joanne Brlddle Edls Maulxs Cheryl Edge Conme Trompeter Vlrglnla Worthington Ruthxe Fllerl Sharon Brown Judy Werb Donna Rowland Donna Coffman Della Rae McChesney Grace Wrlght Gayleen Denms Mary Ann Nazarenus Mr Nicholson Row II ulle Van Solxgen Nancy Nelson Marxon McDonald Shrrley Fxelds Norma Herron Carol Ferris Evelyn Amy Corrine Nichols Jackxe att Jo Arn Bruns Barbara Florian Jo Ann Rosvall Exleen Frerrcks Mary Lou Bangs Row III Shirley Sundnne Vxrgxma Glaesmer Kathy Otto Roberta Tyson Soma Kester Janet Adamson Glorxa Petersen Shirley Benavxdez Eleanor Brick Louise Turprn Charlene Johnson Barbara Armstrong Donna Black Georgra Moore Row IV Donna Frore Sue Wedemeyer Lynette Shuman Pat Crownover Carol Magnuson Jerry Llppencott Jeanette Werth Geneva McCall Lola Goodyear Beverly Hempel Jewel Camp Roberta Kramer Judy Oberg Marj one Patterson GIRLS GLEE CLUB The Glrls Glee Club has sixty members, and rs very actrve m the musxcal lzfe of the school They assrsted the chorr ln presentmg the Chrrstmas as sembly, caroled for patlents at F1tzs1mons, gave a vcsper servrce, presented an assembly rn Aprnl, sang for publrc concerts and attended the musrc festrw al at Boulder They sang for the Baccalaureate scrv lcc Mr Nlcholson dlrected thrs musrcal group 1n classxcal, semr classrcal, and popular pleces Beverly Hemple Shrrley Smiley Conme Trompeter Barbara Armstrong Donna Black Janet Adamson and Ruthie Flrerl JUNIOR TRIO Edls jean Maulx Joanne Van Natter Glenna Banxster Barbara Boyd 1 SOPHOMORE SEXTET 57 ll ,l . 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OI' Co orado Un vers ty n the fa l am an 'tt attend CYS 4.4 3 ts ames atr ot C even RD .1-4 -1 and treasurer I sr i A --I - ow I: Jack Richards, Mark Byers, Bob Swar z, Nancy Lambert, Don George, Helen Pe rick, Joyce Li lehorn, Virgene Thomas, Sally Patche , Virginia Wor hing on. Raw: 1, , , 11 11, 11 , 11 , 11 , , ,111 , 1 1, Judy johnson, Bob Mor ensen, Margare S ephenson, Homer Parks, Don Cushing, jack Benson, Lanny Smith, Roland H l. 2 1 1 1 , 1 1 11 , 1 , 1 1 , 1 , 1 , , 1 1 , 1 1 , I I , I i I , , I i I , ll , i , i i , i , i i , ll i , l i, 0 - land, John Fleischacker, Richard Bin ley, Richard Crosby. : i i , l , I l , . i ll , ill il , 1 , 0 , . B 1 are W 1 gle i h 1 lly proud of our band. Undef the able direc ion of Mr. Nicholls, he band played for all he h d ou -of- own footba g . The memb ed Band Day 1 l i i i l , pl ye r arades in Englewood, Denver, and Li tle on, for various community d p i i , pl yed for the dedication of he Shadow Mountain D d f Grand alce Rodeo, presen ed bly, a tended Blossom Festival at C Cit , and attended the S i Fes ival a Boulder. The president was L Smi hg vice presiden , Ralph Early, secretary, Vi gene sg ' . - , Dick Wol e. 3 hom T l' t t aflfly t t fflg P Y f HDOU FOREN SIC CLUB The Eorens1c Club of Eng.,levsood High School IS organrzcd to develop and rmprove the students speech I rs opportunrty for those who are rnterested rn developmg therr speakrng., abrlrty whrch helps the rndrvrdual nn hrs or her future occupatxon The respectne club offrcers are Ralph Early presrdent the vrce presrdent Margre Smrth the treas urer Charles Flrerl and the secretary Barbara Davrs The speech meets grve each member of thrs organrzatnon the chance to com pete wlth other students of different schools As the club got a late start thrs year they partrcrpated rn no meets but last year they enyoyed srx meets at dxf ferent schools The club mtends to take part rn more of these meets next year if Rau I Nancy Lambert Cassandra Anderson Dorothy Dercken Joyce Betts Barbara Dufland Ge,- aldxne Bevard Frances Peterson Rau II Charles Flrerl Les Buckland Ralph Early Jrm Osmun Rrchard Crosby VISUAL CLUB The Vrsual Club sponsored by Mr E N Broad bent has been a very valuable club to thrs school Its purpose rs to operate the movre proyectron ma chrne and wtthout assrstance of the club we should not have seen the many prctures which were shown to us The club elected no officers as they felt none were necessary Rou I Charles Schrllmger Ed McKenna Ralph Gaze Rau II Rrchard Pugh Brll Barley Davrd Henry Drck Farrman Mr Broad bent Bob Medsker STAGE AND LIGHT CREW Wxthtmut the Stage and Light crew there would have been no stage sets for the varrous plays presented at Englewood Hrgh They built the sets for various crvlc programs the semor play rumor play the operetta H M S' Pina are and for many assemblies This crew was led throughout the year by Mxss Jeanne Foote -I ' Charles Srsson, Jack Kmg, Jrm Marks, Wayne Lockner, Ray Mc .5 4 Collum, Carolme Jacobs, Bud McCollum 60 .fy ff J. ,J , ' . 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L r 4 'A' 4 I. . ,A 5' GAA G A A represents the more athletic girls of Englewood High For their activities they gave the annual wrestlers banquet played against the wrestlers in the GAA versus Wrestlers basket ball game and sponsored a dance after a home game They were led throughout the year by Peggy Whitecotton Marty Pope Betty Kay Smith and Carol Peasley Miss Dewitt was their sponsor df+"lb 005 CAA Fzrrl Rau Joanne Levstxk Margie Vanatta Gayleen Dennis Pat Crownover Virginia Glaesmer janet Adam Peggy Whitecotton Serond Rou La Von Stephens Betty Kay Smith Barbara Armstrong Marlene Havens Nancy Ramey Carol Moline Marty Pope Tlurd Row Miss De Witt Betty Masten Pauly Pope Mttzi Leyrer Donita Thayer Gracie Allen Marran Donald Dolores Yrngling Joyce Littlehorn xx RADIO 'P' '1 CLUB Station W7NHBlO calling Key West Key West Florida is the farthest point contacted by the Radio Club of Englewoon Htgh The arm of this club is to help the members obtain amateur radio li censes They delve into the intricacies of the radio besides learning how to use Morse Code talking on e radio Mr Calvin Orr is sponsor of thrs club The officers are Ralph Gaze jack Rice Mona Lee Compton and Ron ald Sinclair -1 Rau I Homer Parks Nancy Vaughn Elvira Lucero Betty Frix Mona Compton Dick Rodine. Row II Mr. Orr, Larry Hill, jack Rice, joe Aragon Ronald Keeney. Kenneth Barfleld. 61 Rau I Joanne Fleenor Peggy Whitecotten, Marlene Havens judy Werb Dolores Yingling janet Adamson Mr McClelland Raw II jim Shoemaker Don Cushing Ray Bilger Charles Sisson Homer Parks Grayson Hartley Charles Flierl vfs' nn- Mr Kramer Virginia Carlson Peggy Whitecotten jerry Bemis jane Pope Cecelia Schukenbrock NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY The National Thespian Society is an organization of teachers md students interested in the dramatic arts The two aims are flj to advance standards of excellence in the fields of dramatic arts and f2j to create an active and intelligent interest In drama among high school students This is an honor society for which the stu dents are granted membership flj for performing meritorious work in drama ind QZJ for meeting membership qualifications and stand ards of the national organization This year Thcspxans had members and apprentices in the Senior Play and junior Play Together with the Music Department they produced the operetta H M S Plna are They sponsored a dance after .1 basketball game and crowned J T McGraw King., of Popu llrnty Thespians also sponsored a social hour for the ninth and tenth grades The officers for this year were Carol Pokraka Arlen Bassett Barbara Davis and Charles Flierl Miss jcanne Foote was the sponsor R I Sllzrvrley Marshall Nancy Lambert Barbara Davis Janie Boyd Margie Smith Row II Betty Traut Ann Roe Shirley Northcutt Louise Turpin Thelxa Wil liamson Row III Lorena Garrison Joyce Betts Carol Pokraka Jo Ann DeV1ver Barbara Florian Row IV Bill Bailey Dick Wolfe jim Mark Virginia Carlson Row V Sonny Brown Bob Simpson Charles Flierl Arlen Bassett 6 FIRE PREVENTION The active fire prevention group has helped the school immeasurably in the way of foresaid fire prevention. Members put signs in all rooms per- taining to nearest exit, scheduled fire drills, and during fire drills made sure the building was cleared. The fine sponsor for this group was Mr McClelland Officers for the year were Charles Sisson fire chief and Peggy Whitecotton assistant fire chief li .Ja AUTO DRIVING The students who took this course have learned not only how to drive cor rectly but also have had many hours of actual driving to benefit them Most of them have obtained drivers licenses at the end of this course Mr Kramer was their fine instructor . I I 1 In V v ' Q I 5 4. , - ' 1 ef' ' , - f 1 A l I 5 3 A 1 I w A lg . s! r I ' ,-3 - .W ' 'K , , 0, 'fi ' - I v tv! lx I .Nt I -,. . , l in y Q 1 , lr I l ' 2 3 ' . ' ' . i Z . . . . . 7 .y K - . . . . A 6 Y . A . . . Q , Y . , A I . l . N, y f f f- v 'v . , I g my . Y F 1 v "AY ' 2 . . . I, , , 1 D , v if I I , l r 1 , ' . .V . .D .V K I I I V 1 1 l 7 6 at .Q 8 2 WHT 0 GN L :rigid Cr :TB 'IZ E 1 ' 3 MICKEY CALLAHAN CHLCK SISSON FRED STAEBELL MATTHEWS BRUCE NEWLON Captain Co Captaln Hub of Club Best Back Best Lmeman FOR 1950 The 1950 Englewood Hrgh School foot ball season again thls year was a most un P OOTBALL SEASON 'I' B A L L usual one Thls year the second year ID suc cessnon was a season of ten straxght defeats Although the Pirates suffered ten defeats as far as scores went every spectator sand that the team was tops rn every other respect The coaches drd the best possxble wxth the materral avarlable and opportunrtres they had but luck and breaks werent wrth the team The 1951 team should do well because of the excellent though hard experlence gamed durmg the 1950 season Rau' One Al Spencer, Roger Martm, Fred Staebell, Preston King, A1 Matthews, Dave Harmon, Royce Robms, Ronme Ward, Roy Hennmg Rau Tua Kenny jones, Tom Burr, Chuck OBr1en, Don Cushing, john Colgate, Dick Stanton, Bob Allen, George Bousselarre, Don Ida Rau Three Eldon Dodrrll, Bob Medsker, Eddne Walsh, Ed McKenna, Dave Brown, Bruce Newlon, Chuck Sxsson, Mrckey Cal lahan, Chuck Lamont 64 y-T49 E E ,SB ga S50 Q M C i ' s li all K Row One Vernon Smlth Ronald Kadera Dlck Fuller B111 Knlowxtz jzmmy Shoemaker Phrl Grnmm jrmmy Rannells Dave Walker Row Two Mr Stuckey B111 Callahan Hugh Wrllrams Bob Mortensen Dlck Shott Gene Reagon Bob Whxtley Ross Bybee Charles MacArthur jrmmy Brassfleld Mr Narclsxan FOOTBALL SCORES of 1950 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1951 Pueblo Central Rocky Ford Burlmgton Fort Collms Boulder Loveland Sterlmg Longmont Greeley Grand junction Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Se t Se t Se t Se t Oc Oc Oc Oc Nov Nov 8 Mullen Home Pueblo Central Rocky Ford Burlmgton Loveland Longmont Boulder Sterling Greeley South ei BILL CALLAHAN DAVE WALKER ROSS BYBEE GENE REAGON VERNON SMITH Captam Co-Captam Hub of Club Best Back Best Lmeman 65 here there here here here there here there there here Nl., fm 1 " ' HUH33 p. . ................... .. 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L W , i 1 .,-W., V ,Wt WRESTLING ACTIUN SHOTS Conference Standmgs and Pomts W1-egrlmg Season 1950 1951 Won4 Lost8 Englewood Lxttleton Englewood South Fort Collxns Zn Greeley r Loveland Englewood Lakewood Englewood Englewood Colorado Sprmgs Englewood Golden Englewood Greeley Longmont Englewood Longmont Englewood Boulder Record lfl State Englewood Adams Cxty Englewood Loveland Englewood East Only Englewood wrestler to place Englewood Fort Coums 4th TOM BREWER ---fungi 6 lst ' ........................... 55 -. d . .............................. 37 11 3d . ............................. 27 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 35 , ,,,,,,,,,,,4 17 4th . .....................,...... 23 ----.---.--. 21 ' --a---- 31 5th Boulder. .............................. 15 """""" 25 17 18 6th . ........................ 13 .....'4-4.-. 22 --'----.'.. .IZ7 . ............ 18 ............... 31 'K , L Y sv ' f yy, 7 W BRUCE NEWIDN MICKEY CALLAHAN MAX WATKINS BOB MARTIN 145 ounds 138 pounds 165 pounds 154 pounds p WRESTLING SEASON FOR 1951 Agarn this year the Englewood Plrate wrestlers were tops rn the book With one returnrng con ference champ from last year Lyle Snell the season start d off wrth a bang All the trarnmg for the conference meet payed off 1n a fxrst place nn the conference and a fourth rn the state WRESTLING for Tom Brewer Wlth equally good matmen showrng up for next year future matches should be even more successful Row One jerry Wrlde Leo Doherty Lyle Snell Bob Mamn Bob Reddrck jxm Rannells Row Two Ross Bybee Drck Manson jxm Shoemaker Tom Brewer Gerry jones Donme Wrllrams Max Watkrns Pete Kuenzrnger Row Three Eldon Dodrlll Davrd Brown Kenneth Busmxre Bruce Newlon Mlckey Callahan Brll Callahan john Kuplack 6 N . A . . . - . , l 1 9 5 1 . , . f ...,,,. ,Y Z Q V ,if .J 'C 2 , , , V- , , . I , n , 7 x 7 - D' y ' Z ! 7 y 2 l 1 ' BOB REDDICK TOM BREWER LYLE SNELL GERTY JONES 133 pounds 127 pounds 120 pounds 112 J' DAVID GRAND CAPTAIN 103 Pounds LYLE SNELL 120 pounds at if COACH WILSON COACH STANLEY 69 pounds NM CONFERENCE CHAMP TOM BREWER 127 pounds WRESTLING COACHES Again this year the wrestling team claimed Mr. Harry Wilson and Mr. Ray Stanley as their coaches. Both of these men have had extensive experience in coaching, wrestling, and producing fine wrestling teams. We congratulate them on their fine work. MANAGERS HAROLD BRILES and JOHN HARRIS Melvin Black, Chuck Sisson, Harold Freim, Norman Swenson, Dick Kemper, Jimmy Shaefer, Bill Crisman, john Colgate, Mr, Riley. BASKETBALL The 1951 season was a most successful season The Pirates tied for third place in the conference a very gratify ing outcome for their many hours of practice They had very fine players this year boys playing regularly on the first team were Melvin Black Chuck Sisson Harold Freim Norman Swenson Dick Kemper immy Shaefer Bill Crisman and ohn Colgate With only two of these boys graduating and many more fine players developing future games should be wins '7 Si if ---' f' in 'fa Dick Fuller Don Cushing Fldon Brown Daxe Walker Howard Hanson Dick Shott 7' 7 Ronnie johnson Mr Narcisian 70 l . , . , 1 . , , . , 1-I. , . . , 4 g Q fx f-,egg 9- :F ,S , we I ng , K pa M Ji 'l 'T T 'ffl if fig, 7 2 ' a to 1 1 e K 'og ra AY Q- Q 1 'S BASKETBALL CO-CAPTAIN S HAROLD FREIM and CHUCK SISSON Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood 'WH-R MANAGER DON CUSHING CONFERENCE STANDINGS Fort Collrns Greeley Englewood Loveland Longmont r Boulder BASKETBALL SCORES North West East Brlghton South Golden Canon Clty Pueblo Central Greeley Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood Englewood COACHES Longmont Boulder Loveland Fort Collms Greeley Longmont Boulder Loveland Fort Collms MR RILEY MR LARCISIAN 72 1 X . ,fglj . I f i is It Q in we -Eb H ffllx . . l',,,.1v ,K if , if ig 61 U X 3 'I ' fbi Q. 4 is w , A . 'Cas 5 Rau One Donnle Gursmger Grlbert Drexlmg Shorty Guanella Donnie W1ll1amS Row Tuo Mr Jester Roger Martm Chuck Sxsson Chuck Lamont Mr Wame MANAGER RICHARD LYLE B AS 15 B A LL Ma 5 Englewood vs Ft Collms Ma 8 Englewood vs Boulder May 19 Englewood vs Loveland 1950 BASEBALL STANDINGS Longmont Greeley and Englewood tled for fxrst place Englewood took frrst place rn the playoffs GILBERT DREILING DONNIE WRU'-M5 75 1 ,f " . ' :H , .. X 9' A , l ' ' ' .l p Q! 1 N , Q , , 1 , 4 y t , , V , - , l 'S S if 1 " 1 GJ x ' S A, X A K ,, x I , g uni i xx 'K , 1 y ................. . . . ' y ....... . ............ . May 12. ................. Englewood vs. Longmont . ,,. 6 . 25- A 5 Q. I 'X Y wi sv' -1- g A , X , ! -4 , 4 V' 'V faq 2 5 Qfllfwfig 4 re vi F 3 TRACK ,gf Raw One Row Two Al Matthews Bob Reddlfk Bob Rexther jlm Langendorfer George Bousselarre Fred Fogh Eddie Walsh Dmk Ruch MAN AG ER COACHES DARRELL WAGGONER 1950 TRACK LETTERMEN Bob Relther Hugh jump Pole vault George Bousselarre 100 220 Al Matthews Bxll Chrlsman Harold Frenm Bob Reddrck Eddie Walsh Inm Langendorfer Dnck Rach Arlen Bassett 100 220 M1 e Hurdles Shot Dnscus Pole vault Hrgh jump Drscus Quarter mule Broad lump Shot Dxscus Manager MR IAVENER MR NARCISIAN MR APEL 1951 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Aprxl 3 Englewood vs Golden Aprnl 6 Englewood vs Lakewood April Englewood vs Pueblo Centenmal April Englewood vs Colorado A 8: M Aprrl Englewood vs Colorado Umverslty M2 Conference at Boulder May State at Boulder , 5243 V M, g W xl t n ........................... , ll I ................., . . .......................-...... 14-....."... I Fred Fogh .............................. 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'YVX xl ' NNW J ff X 2 f 2 ag M X ff M? 5 X X J V X -:-, HUMEC The day of Homecoming November 3 1950 dawned bright and clear with just a sprinkling of sparkly snow on the ground At 7 00 sharp the drill team girls were out at Pirate field practicing for the half time celebration As the morning wore on excitement rose to a fever pitch Some of the floats weren t quite finished and some of them were falling apart and had to be repaired And oh what if it starts to snow again' At 12 15 the parade began the floats were there in all their crepe paper splendor The ueen and her attendants looked radiant seated in the convertibles Lefz QUEEN MARTY POPE Lauer left Attendants Gayleen Dennis Lower ngln Lorene Garrison crowning Marty at the dance Bottom Queen Attendants and Escorts David Walker Ruthie Flierl Walter Krerstien Betty Kay Smith james Bang Carol Ferris Stanley Woodman Marty Pope Marilyn Shuman Norman Eno Barbara Boyd Lanny Smith Gayleen Dennis Bob Smith 78 . Q ' , Ruthie Flierl, Betty Kay Smith, Carol Ferris, Marilyn Shuman, Barbara Boyd, V 3 . J I U MINE As the parade progressed down the street a lump rose nn the throats of many of the senrors This IS my last Homecomrng they thought Soon we arrrved at the football fneld and the game began Before we knew rt rt was trme for the half time festrvrtles But where was the helmet? It was lost of course nevertheless a substrtute was found and the crownrng came off wrthout a flaw At the dance Treasure Isle Marty and her attendants reigned supreme And so ended a beautiful Homecomrng 1950 Rlgbi Mrckey Callahan crowning Marty Pope Lauer right Wrnnxng senror class float Lauer left Shoot em dead Botfom Drrll team marchrng at Homecommg fm!! 79 . , . , ' . ' 7 7 .. ,, - , , r - , G I a 'Z 3 1 Q21 s . t . .. .QW " if A A . X, . . . . ,. A .. '- .- , 4 ,f je1,A , Q iR,.f"',-1 wg ae ' A w,ff,,f'V , . V QNY I ,ffm e of February 3 d he Denver Democ at lub ere h Pep Club was ho ng 1ts formal Symphony In Snow 'sf ra d h r attendants who were chosen by Q... To QUEEN LOUISE TURPIN Le I Attendants Shlrley Stouder Evelyn Amy Barbara Flonan Carol Pokraka Glenna Banlster Shlrley Smxley Right Crown Bearer jxmmy Fleenor ' Left Attendants and Escorts Shrrley Stouder Eugene Madison Evelyn Amy james Rannells Barbara Florlan Ian Elliott Center Charles Srsson, jzmmy Fleenor, Lourse Turprn 80 the Pep Club to rexgn over the dance were escorted to the throne where Louise was crowned Queen by Sharon Brown Pep ster presldent At 11 30 the dance ended beautxful Symphony In Snow Rlglat Attendants and Escorts Carol Pokraka Lonme Farmer Glenna Banrster Roy Hennmg Shxrley Smlley Wrllnam Callahan . 'I D N A xi I ty? ' , , Qt 5 1 A J U 4 , On gi , 9 e ' ' ' , A all ' ' 1 , L x ' -' , ' l ' I ' ' f ' - Q ah , " , ' . : ' ,'Pr tly at 10:00 o'clock Louise Turpin and we all went home to dream of the V Q NL - 4 - p- Q - 3 fl A P w filfb ' ' JUS-J" J ff DE kj PRUMENA n W yi WM? 2fifLi5W MMVM WXMJML M JW Dx -JIU-L Cuu-L Queen CAROL FERRIS Plvolog apby mu tefy of Manny Studzo Prmcess JANE BOYD Prmcess JANE POPE 8 af 2' 'L we :VAS .S .L f E "e 4 'O i 1 Fnfteen rahs' 2 You name lt 3 They call It wrestI1ng7 4 Pep Assembly 5. Basketball game 6. King Popularity 7. One way to make baskets 8. Winners at Sock Hop 82 'iv wfff - ' .4-1 A Qs4a.vve..a Is dat a puddy tat? john Mama' Father' Son' Advxce to the Lovelorn Wmdy 1snt xt? You shouldn t say that Now Now Mmm' Popcorn 85 Rummy' 4 Mow her OJ down' Three Angels are we 8 Wow' Now say che e e se 12 Oh I y And the whxstle blew 1:-ug: ff 4. 1. Relaxing 2. Working hard f?J 3, Scurrying to classes 4. Humpty Dumpties of E.H.S. 5. Studying in leisure 6. 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