Fort Collins High School - Lambkin Yearbook (Fort Collins, CO)
- Class of 1930
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MR. A. H. DUNN, Superintendent
MR. U. G. GORDON, Principal
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their kindness, vision, and
ceaseless service for the Fort
Collins Schools, the Senior
Class oi Nineteen Thirty dedi-
cates this Year Book to its friends,
MR. A. H. DUNN
MR. U. G. GGRDON
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GRANT GORDON, B.L., M.S.... ................ ..... H iram College, Hiram, Ohio
BARBARA BELLOVVS, B.A.. .. . ...... Universities of Michigan and London, England
MABEL JOHNSON, B.A.. ....... . ...... ....... . ................. U niversity of Colorado
MARION C. FULLER, B.A., B.C. ............. ...................... U niverslty of Colorado
Sponsor of Girl Reserves, Sponsor of Sophomore
MARY E. TYRE, B.A. ..... .
MAUDE M. BLAKESLEE, B.S.. .... Colorado Agricultural College,
MARTHA LAYER. B.A. ........................ Lawrence College,
JOANNE BAHR, B.A. ....... .
SUE QUICK, Ph.B. .......... .
VADA MUNDELL, B.A.. . .
.......................................University of Denver
Sponsor of the Junior Class
University of Colorado
University of Colorado
Sponsor of the Freshman Class
...University of Colorado
Sponsor of the Senior Class
VERA HICKMAN, B.A. .............................. Universities of Denver and Colorado
ALVIN SANSBURN, B.A. .............. Michigan Aggies, Colorado State Teachers' College
ALFRED L. NYE, B.S. .... Missouri School of Mines, Universities of Missouri and Nebraska
MARIE L. LAWRENCE, B.A. ......... Colorado Agricultural College, University of Illinois
CHARLES V. FARNHAM, B.A. ................................. ...Wheaton College
Sponsor of the Chemistry Club
JOHN S. CONGDON, M.A. ............................................... Wheaton College
BRUCE McKEOWN, M.S. .................................. Colorado Agricultural College
Sponsor of Student Association
MIRIAM JOHNSON, B.S. ................................... Colorado Agricultural College
MILDRED DRACH, B.A.... ..................................... University of Colorado
Sponsor of "The Lambkin"
JOHN R. LANPHEAR .... ......................... B aker University, Ferris Institute
BERT!-IA MCNABB ...... ....... U niverslty of Denver, Kansas State Teachers' College
Sponsor of "Spilled Ink"
LILLIAN B. CATREN, B.A. ........... .......................... ...... C c vlorado College
Sponsor of Round Table
LENA M. STEWART, B.A. ................... Nebraska Wesleyan, University of Colorado
ROY M. LANGDON, MLA.. . .
FLORENCE DRAKE. B.A.. ..
Sponsor of the Junior Class
....... . ............... Universities of Illinois and Denver
. . . . . . . . . . . .Kearney State Teachers' College, Smith College
Sponsor of Assembly Programs, Sponsor of the Sophomore Class
MILDRED DE LONGCHAMP, B..-k .... ............ U niversity of Colorado, Colorado College
Spnosor of the Freshman Class
GENEVIEVE JONES, M.A. .......................... , ........... University of Wisconsin
KATHRYN BAUDER. ..
MRS. J. P. KILLGORE
D. CARL CARSON ......
Sponsor of the Spanish Club
..............................Colorado Agricultural College
. ..... Private Work DesMoines, Iowa, and Chicago, Illinois
Director of the Band
AURORA VVILEY.. .....,.. Thomas Art School, Chicago Art Institute, Columbia University
University of Minnesota, Northwestern University, Private Instruction
JAMES A. HOSKINS, B.S.. ................,................ Colorado Agricultural College
OTIE REESE ................ ...Southern Illinois Normal, Colorado Agricultural College
ISABEL GRIGSBY, B.A., B.S. ............ Colorado Agricultural College, Simmons College
. University of Denver
Cooking, Sponsor of the Senior Class
MARIE JUEL, B.S... .................................... Colorado Agricultural College
GEORGE W. SCOTT, B.S., B.A. ............ . ............................. Colorado College
THEODORE BLEVINS, B.A..
LORNA M. MULDER, B.S...
GERTRUDE MCCRUM, B. S..
Football Coach: Track Coach
... ...Washburn University, LaVale-Bonne Ain,
...University of Iowa, State Teachers College, Wisconsin:
Ripon College, American Gymnastic Union
Girls' Athletic Coach
. . . . . .................. . .Colorado Agricultural College
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President E....... .............. B etty Murphy
Vice President-H .... Darwina Beardsley
Secretary .......... .... E linor Poundstone
Treasurer ...e....... ........ M arian Shaw
Program Chairman .... ..,.... R oberta Tapley
Social Chairman ..... .... lv Iary June Evans
Social Service Chairman -----
Round Table Representative ------- Grace Johnson
Sponsor ------------------- -. -------- Miss Fuller
"I will do my best to honor God, my country, and my community, to
help other girls, and to be in all Ways a loyal and true member of Girl
Reserves." This is the pledge taken by all Girl Reserves. Their purpose
is expressed as a desire "To face life squarely and to find and give the best."
The Girl Reserves are the younger members of the Y. W. C. A., who
accept an ideal and strive to attain it. They consider themselves as a re-
serve force preparing for positions of leadership and responsibility in their
homes, schools, churches and communities.
Any girl who desires to live up to the Girl Reserve standards may be
a member of this organization. The beneficial effect of the organization
is shown by the fine type of young women who participate in Y. W. C. A.
activities, the Well-equipped buildings, pleasant camps, and other facilities
for recreation which members are afforded.
"A good irepiutatirm is more ra.-luable than money."
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Fifth Rmnvflsicey, Johnson, Hull. XVheelock, Sliowulh-r. Portner, VVoodfin. Rouse, Stl-wart
Fourth Row--Small. H4-xlsmun, XYilliams, Yule, Tyler. K. Johnson, I-'nlll-r. Lnuche
Third Il0XVi-bvilf.1'llt'l'. K. Uzintrell. XVulker. Bullard, Sulnptn-r, Hownrml. Iiruwcr. Siep.:'liiip.:'vi'.
Sw-om! Now llaunillon, IiK'2lI'fISlt'Y. Tilton. Miss Uutrvn. Hraullcy. Scott. Burton
First lion' -Stone. Laird, Iiohhins. ll. i'1lllll'0ll. Mi-Honc. 1'hristnmn, Lycknmn
Chairman ...., -. .. ............S,.-.. Ardis Tilton
Sponsor- .. ..................,...... Miss Catren
The Big Sister organization consists of Senior girls who have been
active in Round Table and have passing grades in their school work. The
organization was started in 1920, and has been very active ever since.
Miss Catren is sponsor of the organization, and the Vice President of
Round Table is chairman of the Big Sisters. Ardis Tilton was chairman
during the past year.
Before school starts. the Big Sisters have a meeting and choose their
little sisters. A few days before the opening of school each big sister calls
on her little sisters. The first day of school she shows them around,
helps them with their schedules and introduces them to other girls.
In the fall there is the little sister tea, at which the new girls are
entertained by the big sisters in their own homes. All during the year
the big sisters are supposed to help their little sisters and make the first
year of high school easier for them. Each new girl who enters the school
during the year is given a big sister, and in this way she becomes acquaint-
ed with other girls, the teachers, and the school.
"Good counsel has no price."
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. Cabinet Officers
President ........................ Grace Johnson
Vice President ...................., Ardis Tilton
Secretary ....... ---Mary Alice Hamilton
Treasurer -.... -.---- D orothy Evans
Program ------ ---Ruth Schureman
Publlclty ..----------.------.---- Phyllis Hunter
Social Service ----------------- Betty Rae Baxter
Social ---.-.-.-.------.--------- Jean Showalter
Sophomore Representative ----- Eleanor Landblom
Freshman Representative --------- Estelle Cathey
Girl Reserve Representative ---.--- Betty Murphy
Sponsor --------------------------- Miss Catren
"I give my word of honor that I will do my best to:
'Live purely, think truly,
Right wrong, and honor Godl' "
With a membership of twelve girls, Round Table was started fifteen
or twenty years ago for the purpose of studying the Bible. During the
World War it did Red Cross work. Since then, it has increased its duties
and membership to a great extent.
Today, Round Table is a club organized for the purpose of promoting
high standards of character, scholarship and ideals among girls. All girls
who are enrolled in the Fort Collins High School are welcome and urged
to join this organization. On account of this fact, it is the largest club in
Each year, a certain theme is selected to carry out the program. This
year "My House Beautiful" was used.
"Honesty is the best policy."
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Round Table is divided into various chapters, with a sponsor at the
head of each chapter. These divisions are made for the purpose of dis-
cussing different topics, such as: fashions, interior decorating, nature
study,vocations,1iterature, music, and etiquette. Each girl becomes a
member of the chapter in which she is most interested. There are two
meetings of the club each month. Each individual chapter meets once,
and the club as a whole meets once. Besides these regular meetings, this
organization has two picnics, a Christmas party, a girls' track meet, and
a Mothers' Day program.
Along with its other duties, Round Table also does some Charity
work. It takes charge of the Thanksgiving and Christmas offerings which
are collected for the poor.
Mr. l.:im:rlon, Slllllil
"Th-0 first stcp to grcaltness is to be honest."
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Fifth Row-lilznrch, XVhite, Dyekman, Goss, Messerschmitt. Damke. Larimer. Mr. 'Blevins
I+'oni'th llow--Yarra. Turner, Montanyv, A. Lewis. Piper. Longman, Moore. Buell, lliildell
'I'hird Row-llzilurlierty, Rutledge. Taylor, Shultz, Hughes. Mikel, l'owz1n, l-'orsytlw
Soi-onfl limv-Stephens, Ugilvy, VVhitney. Richards, A. Goodwin, Laine, Davis
First How-lieisur, Alidredge, Mclknelly, S. Goodwin, Cook. ii, In-wis
President ...................... Robert Whitney
First Vice President ............... Wilbur White
Second Vice President ................ Robert Lewis
Secretary--. ....................... Castle Reiser
Treasurer .e...................... Sidney Cowan
Sponsor ........-.................. Mr. Blevins
To foster Christianity and to become true Christian young men are
the aims and desires of every Hi-Y member.
The Hi-Y has completed another successful year under the leadership
of Coach Blevins. At the regular supper meetings, which were held every
Monday night, questions of vital interest were discussed.
This year Hi-Y took a trip around the world on the Graf-Zeppelin.
Speakers were invited to help the club study each country.
Coach Scott led the club in ten weeks of Bible study. A cup given
to the club which had the highest average in an examination on Bible
study was won last year for the third time in succession and is now a
permanent possession of the Fort Collins Hi-Y.
Besides the regular Monday night suppers the members of Hi-Y have
had a Father and Son Banquet, a supper for their mothers, and a banquet
and a picnic to which they invited their girl friends.
Representatives of the various state Hi-Y clubs were sent to Denver
to attend the State Council. Tom Turner represented Fort Collins.
"Let us think less of men and more of God."
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ldourlh lhnv-Mutliews, Akin, lklnlcouronm-. Gibbs, lX14-Phillips
Third liUVV-UI'llllL', Blake, Kemp, llaxlon
N-voml How--4'hris1m:in. Nm-iglilwors, Mr. lvlclieown. Mr. Ushorm-, lizimptnn
First Now -Pitts, Greenacrc, Murray, Freuso, Miller, Wilson
President Hv....... ........... D elbert Murray
Vice President .................... Warner Miller
Secretary ..................... James Greenacre
Treasurer ........... Keith Wilson, Donald Frease
Social Chairman .............. George McPhillips
Membership Chairman ...... Gillette Malcouronne
Sponsor ................e......... Mr. McKeown
In connection with the Hi-Y club, the Junior Hi-Y was organized
under the direction of Mr. McKeown. The membership of this organiza-
tion is open to all freshmen and sophomore boys who are interested in
following the work which is undertaken by the club.
The Junior Hi-Y, which is now in its second year of existence, has
improved greatly in the character of its work this year.
Regular meetings of the club are held every Tuesday night, and once
a month the meeting is in the form of a supper meeting.
The program this year consisted of discussions by the members of the
club on questions of Christian life and social problems. Other forms of
entertainment have included a banquet and a picnic.
The organization has not yet decided whether membership in the
Junior Hi-Y will end with the promotion of a boy to the Junior Class of
High School, when he will be eligible but will not automatically become a
member of the Senior Hi-Y club.
"Thr mighty hopes that make us men."
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Lewis. IM-un. Mr. Farnham, Lzunpert, Lane. Kzihm
M. A. llnmilton, XVag:'ner. Small. Scott. lmuclie. .lulinsmh Fuller, M. llalmiltun
llzlll, lirewe-r. Tilton. IAYl'liIll1lll, Pixitersml. 'l'apl4-y, Iirzulli-y
I4e1'ti':im, Arlaim, WVl1it11cy, Piper, Mason
President .-.-., .........,. K athlecn Johnson
Vice President--- .... Robert Whitney
Secretary ...,..., ..., W ilson Longmore
Treasurer ......... ....... L ucille Scott
Sargeant-at-Arms-M ---Alfred Corneleson
Sponsor -------------------------. Mr. Farnham
"The Benzene Ring" was organized two years ago by Mr. Farnham.
Its purpose is to promote student and public interest in chemistry, and to
show the students the value of chemistry in everyday life. In order to
become a member of the club a student must make a grade of ninety per
cent for one six-weeks' period. The club elects its own officers at the first
meeting. William Avery was the tirst president of the club.
The meetings are educational, but are carried on in a social manner.
Initiation is a gruesome affair, from which the new members emerge with
burnt fingers, black hands, and horrible tastes in their mouths. Other
programs were of special interest also. At one meeting, Dr. Platz gave
a talk called "Chemistry in the Digestive Tract." At another interesting
meeting, Mr. Polley gave a talk on "Radio." During the year, a short play
was presented by some of the members.
The meetings were enjoyed by every one and the club has done much
to promote more than a casual interest in chemistry.
"Life, thought, everything is controlled by the laws of chemistry."
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Simpson, Vail.-1-illo, Miss .Inna-s. Surlcluth. l-l, Johnson
llnll Stone. Wagner. K. Johnson. 'l'illon, HQ-:xrrlslvy
llowurd. Stnliclzige, Iiowe. M. Johnson. Alderton, Ur-ne, Murray
Burton, ll. Johnson, Bradley, l4ElUL'll0, Lacey, Hamilton
CLUB ESPANOL DE LA NOCHE
President ................... ..... S am Valecillo
Vice President ........ .... H arold Johnson
Secretary-Treasurer .... ..... A rdis Tilton
Sponsor- ...... ...,....-......... Miss Jones
The Spanish Club was organized this year by Miss Jones, one of the
Spanish teachers. It is called "Club Espanol de la Noche." In order to
belong to this club, a student must have an average of ninety per cent or
more each six weeks' period. Only second and third year Spanish students
may become members.
The meetings were held at the homes of the different members. The
first meeting was merely to organize the club and elect its officers. Dur-
ing the Christmas vacation, Miss Jones entertained the members at the
Northern Hotel. On January 6, which is the Spanish Christmas, the mem-
bers exchanged gifts. At this meeting, a Spanish play, which was later
presented in assembly, was given.
The Club has promoted an interest in Spanish people, their arts and
modes of life, and has helped to interest the students in Spanish as a lang-
uage, not merely as "a required subject."
"Quinn mucho duerime poco aprcndef'
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Little, Akin, lxrause, lbyekman, Buell, 1'ra1in. NVestim-
Wilson. Riddell, Murray. Snouffer, Friecllwrg. l.ung'more. l4'reasv, Moore, lu. Savage, Ryfloi
Hughes, Showalter, lawn-y. Evans. Miss Mulder, linndblom. Schureman, H. Suvzipre, Carey
Harris, Snwzuirll-x', Irwin, Auld, Piper, Lane, Kelley
THE LAMBKIN BOOSTERS' CLUB
President ..................... Gordon Dyekman
Vice President ........ ......., R obert Whitney
Secretary-Treasurer ............ Mary June Evans
Sponsors .......e..., ..,. M iss Mulder, Mr. Reese
On January 7, 1930, the Lambkin Boosters' Club was formed. A com-
mittee was appointed by the Student Council to draw up a constitution.
The members of the club were elected by classes. Five girls and five boys
were chosen from each class.
The membership of the club is for one year. Each member must be
passing in at least three subjects, be peppy, and be outstanding in leader-
ship. Each person belonging to the association has the privilege of re-
election at the elections which are to take place during the first week of
October in each school year The organization is being sponsored by the
Girls' Athletic Association until some other definite arrangement can be
The purposes of the club are to create school spirit and pep among the
students of Fort Collins High School for all school activities. The club has
lived up to its purposes with the best of records for the first year of ex-
"Hell is emptyg and all the devils are here."
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llrudley. llyvkmun, Mr. Mvlioown. llugzlu-s, Akin, l4'url':u', llouux Mr. Fnrnhzim, Shaw
Miss Mumln-ll. l'iSlll'llll, l.on,:'more, Avery, liiindhlom, Sliowallur, Miss Bellows, Miss Fuller,
Robbins, 'l'aiylur. Miss llraku, Milton. Buiigx-i'. 1, Hales. Fm-Its, M. Dales
Fisclu-r, Kimble, Little, Riddell, Piper
President ...AE.,..,.....h....... William Riddell
Vice President T.,.................. Beth Mitton
Secretary .A................ Catherine Longmore
Student Government was reinstated in the Fort Collins Senior High
School in the school year of 1928-1929. The purposes of it is to give the
students a voice in the government of the school.
At the beginning of the school term, members of the Student Council
are elected. Each room has the right to elect one representative and one
alternate representative. The Hrst and third Wednesdays of each month
are set aside for the meetings of the council.
The Council is divided into six committees. Each committee, sponsored
by one member of the school faculty, has a special duty to perform. All
the work of the Council is done through these committees. Any bill that
is passed by the Council is referred to an advisory board consisting of, one
member of the school board, the superintendent, and the principal of the
Mr. McKeown, sponsor of the committee on Awards and Merits has
been very active and has done his best to give Student Government a good
foundation Other members of the faculty who have done a great deal to
make the organization a success are: Miss Drake, sponsor of the commit-
tee on Assembly Programsg Miss Bellows, sponsor of the committee on
Activities, Miss Mundell, sponsor of the committee on Reputation and
Hand Book: Miss Fuller, sponsor of the committee on Student Wishesg and
Mr. Farnham, sponsor of the committee on Rallies and Drives.
"As the gorermizent is, such will be the man."
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Kzilim, I-Ivzius. Tilton, Krziiise, Vlzirlc, Auld, Slvplu-mis. Mgismi. .lfmhnsuir I-'luster
Ale-rl-vi', lla-csv. lflllllill'l'.Sl1lllll1If.Ll', l'Hl'lll4'l', Miss .Inlinsuir l5llll2ll'll. X4-iglilmrs,l.:iixi'l1i-.Slit-1-is
xV1ll'llA'l'. Vi uw, lluprln-s, liivliziiwls, Akin. Mzili-nurmins-, l,:u'4-v
Mitlon, Si-liiira-111.111, NYzullu-r, Scott. Rrzullvy, Hamilton. Hrr, XX'illiznn:s
'l'illm:in, 'llll!'lll"l', lNli'Am-lly, Fox
Fall Term Spring Term
Margaret Hamilton ..i. - Ai.. President ...... ---Esther Bradley
Kathryn Walker ..... ---Vice President ---- ----- W illiam Evans
Ardis Tilton ---------- ---- S ecretary--- ------- --Lucille Scott
Miss Mabel Johnson--- ---Sponsor-H ---Miss Mabel Johnson
The Dramatic Club under the direction of Miss Mabel Johnson is or-
ganized for the purpose of inspiring interest in dramatics. Any person
who has taken part in a major play or has had a lead in the operetta may
become a member of the "D" Club.
This year the club has taken an active part in the presentation of a
great many productions. Among them were: "White Collars," the annual
play given for the benefit of the athletic associationg "The Lucky Jade,"
an operettag and "Seven Keys to Baldpatef' the Junior Class play. Be-
sides these productions, the club sponsored the "D" Club vaudeville. The
vaudeville is probably the biggest piece of work accomplished, for it is
entirely in the hands of the club.
The club this year has sponsored more outside entertainment than
before, and has increased its finances a great deal.
"The dfrawma is the bool: of the people."
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Clark Wallet-1' Wurst Scott Murrziy
Editor-in-Chief--, .......,.....n Myra Murray
f Mary Alice Hamilton
Assistant Editors .... --. 4 Alfred Lewis
L Carl Westine
Business Manager .............e. Kathryn Walker
Advertising Manager ...v,i.,e..a... Lucille SCOtt
Sponsor ,,HH,,,-,,--,-..,,..Y..,.A Miss McNabb
"Spilled Ink," the high school newspaper, was published for the first
time in 1919 by the Hi-Y Club. It was known as the "Hi-Y News." In
1921 the paper was taken over by the school and the name was changed
to "Spilled Ink."
With the goal of keeping the best traditional features, and at the
same time adding new ideas which would greatly improve the paper, the
Spilled Ink staff, together with its assistants and reporters, has been able
to maintain the high standards which were previously attained by this
publication. "Spilled Ink" has received a great many honors this year.
Among the most important of these, was the receiving of third place in
the National High School newspaper contest, conducted by the Columbia
Press Association The sport page was given a perfect rating.
The members of the staff are chosen by the sponsor of the paper with
the advice of the principal of the high school after try-outs have been
held. The students who have worked on the paper and who have attained
the high qualiiications necessary to edit this publication are the ones usu-
ally chosen for the important positions on the staff.
"Newspapers are the wor'ld's mirrors."
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Squier M r. M4-K4-own ll. Hoag
Slonemelz Kilburn Hoff Uuutts
Boyle- Bungw-r H. Hoag S
AGRICULTURAL JUDGING TEAMS
Live Stock Team
Ronald Hoag Henry Hoff
Grain and Potatoes
Russell Hoag Everett Seamans
This year's Agricultural Judging Teams have greatly improved over
those of last year. In the State Contest, which was made up of forty-one
schools, the Lambkin team took fourth place, nosing out all other teams
in its conference. The fourth place was in the sweepstakes. The Live
Stock team took fifth place and the team judging grain and potatoes took
eighth place. Ronald Hoag of the Live Stock team was second high indi-
vidual in that class and he was also second high in the judging of dairy
"The farmers are the founders of cirilizafimz
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Mason Pltsch J. Collamer Piper N. Cable Griblnell Mrs. Collamer
Widget' Pruett G. Fable O. Brown 0. Brown Mrs. Parker XVhitney
lleisur Rice B. Collamer R. Stoneburner S. Stoneburner Mrs. Kuebler
When the new High School was built five years ago, a cafeteria was
installed because of the brevity of the noon period. It is the purpose of
the cafeteria to give good lunches at a low cost to the students.
Mrs. Collamer, who has charge of the cafeteria, is assisted by Mrs.
Parker, Mrs. Rutherford, and Mrs. Kuebler, who help with the preparation
of the lunches and supervise the serving: Aileen Mason is the cashier:
Miss Epley takes charge of the cashg ten girls help with the serving, and
five boys clear the trays and run the dish-washer. The students who work
in the cafeteria are given their lunches free of charge for their services,
and are dismissed from their noon classes ten minutes early in order that
they may eat before the "hungry school mob" arrives for its lunch.
It is customary for the students to pay for their lunches as they leave
the cafeteria, but in some cases, credit is extended to a person if he prom-Q
ises to pay his check the following day. 1
Besides the regular school lunches, the cafeteria force is responsible for
the preparation of the food for many of the school parties, banquets and
"God helps those who help themselves."
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Miss de Longchnmp .Xrdis Piper Miss Baht
President ..........,..N,........... Ardis Piper
Vice President- ................. Josephine Felts
Secretary-Treasurer .-............... Alice White
Sponsors- .....,... Miss de Longchamp, Miss Bahr
F stands for Freshman so humble,
They don't seem to know what to dog
In everything they seem to fumble,
But doesn't it occur to you
That you have no right to grumble,
For you were once Wee Freshmen too?
March 11, 1930
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Alice VVhite Josephine I-'elts
'The beginnings of all things are small."
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"My salad daysg when I was green in judgment"
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Miss llrulw XVendel Auld Miss Fullvl
President ...... , ,.....,........... Wendel Auld
Vice President ...,.,............ Delbert Murray
Secretary-Treasurer ................. Betty Carey
Sponsors ............... Miss Drake, Miss Fuller
S is for Sophomores advancing
They're trying so hard in the race,
They find all their studies entrancing
And they look the bright world in the face.
Their unburdened spirits are dancing,
For they know that they will keep pace.
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"The lofty oak from a small a-corn grows."
" 'Tis true! Pity 'tis, 'tis true."
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Miss S14-wart Gordon Ilyekman Miss Tyre
President ..................... Gordon Dyekman
PH I RTY-SIX
Vice President .................... Clark Sarchet
Secretary-Treasurer ......-.......... Beth Mitton
Sponsors ............... Miss Stewart, Miss Tyre
J is for Juniors much higher
For now they are upper Classmeng
No more need they aspire,
Nor be scorned by the Seniors again.
In their views is the hope and the fire,
And the zeal of the pencil
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"Strive to reach the heights."
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"Many rc'c'ei1.'e advice, few profit by it."
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Slzlylon XV. XVhite- IC. Maxxwe-ll J. Sudduth M. Ruaurin
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Il, Orr .l. live-so I, HUll2.l'h1Oll 11. Evans F. .Te-ssoo
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"It matters not how long you Zire, but how well."
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Be ruled by time, the wisest counselor of all.
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Miss Grigsby Richard Larimer Miss Mundell
President ...................... Richard Larimer
Vice President ................. Mildred Williams
Secretary-Treasurer ................ Lorna Lewis
Sponsors ............ Miss Grigsby, Miss Mundell
But bow to the Seniors' vast power,
And bend low a Worshipful knee
To the beauty, the manhood, the flower,
The mighty ones goodly to see,
Who're enjoying their last venturesome hour
Before they are ever set free.
Lnrnzr Lewis Mildred NVilliams
" 'Tis not sunset, but dawn."
MILLER. ESTHER E.
Glee Club: Round Table
Junior Play, Uperetta, Gle:
Club, Sharks Club. Chemis-
try Club, Dramatic Club,
l'ISl"l'I LIN, AGNES
Round Table, Big' Sister.
Student Organization, Or-
chestra, String Quartette,
Basketball, Double A Fol-
lies, Girl Reserve, Round
Waverly 1, 2: Basketball:
Uperetta: Hi-Y: Chemistry
Volleyball: Basket b a l l:
Hockey: Double A Follies:
Round Table: Big Sister:
Basketball: Track: Major
Play: Junior Play: Hi-Y:
NEIGHBURS, EIINA DALI-I
Girl Reserve Sophomore
Representative: Round Ta-
ble Treasurer: Spilled Ink:
Dramatic Plub: Round 'Pa-
ble: Girl Reserve.
Football 3 Trac-kg .lunior
l'lay: Uperetta: Hi-Y: Soph-
omore President: llramatir
Kiowa, Colo., 1, 2, 3.
VVICUVIC, RA YMUNIJ L.
Football: 'Pennisg Hi-Y.
Round Table: Big Sister:
t'hemistry Club: String'
Quartette: Url-lu-stra: llra-
Manassa, Colo 1 " 3'
"Do not turn back when you are just at the goal."
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X1 I K HI., UH I'1S'l'I'lR
Volleyball: Basket lm ai ll :
linsi-lmll: lloc-ke-y, llouhle
A Follies: Round Table:
Foothzillg 'l'i'zu'k2 Uperettai
till-v Vluh: Hi-Y: Student
Assoviution: lizinrl: lH'zuna-
iii- Ululn: All Si-liool Award.
i-ll4lNlC, 'l'Hl+ll,MA Blf1liNIClf1
liuskotlmll: Hams:-lmll: Hock-
vy: lboulils- A Follies: Girl
lb-si-i'vu: Round 'l'zihlz-: Big'
MUWIN, Al.BlfIli'l' E.
Footlmll Mziiizige-i': 'Pravlii
A'I'l'IS, UZICLLA INTAE
Yollvylwnll: lloulilv A Fol-
Iii-Hg tlirl Reserve: Round
Ulu-11-ltzi: Glee Club: Den-
vvr Uhorus: Girl lim-sf-rve:
Hound 'l':ible: Big Sister,
"AWS well that ends well.
Uperettn Avconmanlst: lwn-
VPY' Uhorus Acvoiiipaiilst:
Girl liesn-rve 'l're:Lsurvr and
Vive President: Big Sistvr:
Lumbkin: Honor Sovloty:
UA 'PH E Y. Llfill
Hpervitui Ilenvvr Chorus:
Round 'Pablo Vice President:
Big: Sister: Lamlrkin: Soph-
omore Vice Prvsidvntg Hon-
ll.XMIL'l'UN, IHA RGA ill'1'l'
ldvanston. Wyom ing. l-21:
.lunior Play: Big Sister:
Round Table-: Uhemistry
Uluh: iWI'H.l1Hltil' Ululm: Pom-
nierc'inl Team: Spanish Club.
ANIWIRSUN. WVAYNI-I A.
Loveland, Colorado, l-2-31
Trunk: Tennis: Urvlwstrn:
Uperetta: Round Table: Hip.:
Sistvr: Spilled Ink: Lzunlif
kin: I'r0Ss Fluh: ilfillllillit'
,i L., 1 f- "'is X
mmp. Lturv CLARK. .AUBURN LUSTICR
"Lu" Greeley, Colorado. l: Ker-
Volleybnll: Basket b a ll : sey, Colorado, 2-3: Operetta:
Baseball: Hockey! Glee Glee Club: Deliver Vhorus:
Vlub: Round Table.
Bl-IICRS. LIC ROY
FLURl'INl'l'I L0 RAYNIC
Girl ll0S6'FVE'I Round Table:
Spilled Ink: Band: Orches-
UH RlS'l'l'ZNSl4IN. HARVEY
Band. llrumatit- Club.
EVANS, MARY JUNE
Hnvkvy: Double A Follies:
Girl Rc-serve: Round Table:
Bin: Sister: Spilled Ink:
l'rc-ss Club: Orchestra.
Gruinfleld High School 1-2-
3: Track Manzurer: Basket-
ball: Junior Play 3: Glee
Sll'IGI,lNGl'1R, RUBY LUFINE
Peabody, Kansas, 1-2: Girl
Reserve: Round Table: Big
Sister: Chemistry Club.
Basketball: Track: Base-
ball: Speed Ball.
VVindsor, Colorado, 1-2: .lun-
ior Play: Girl Rf-servo:
Round Table: Big Sister:
Senior Vice President: Ura-
matio Club: Secretary and
Treasurer of Sophomore
Boulder Prep 2-3.
ADAM, ALAN B.
Glee Club: Spilled Ink:
Sharks Club: Chemistry
Kit Carson, Colorado. 1:
Hockey. Double A Follies:
KLINKICR, MILIHRICID ll.
Burlington, Colorado, 1-2.
"We look before and after and pine for what is not."
Basketball: Hockey: Round
'Fnbleg Sharks Club: Orches-
Basketlmllg Trzwk: Glu-
Sc-dgrwivk 1-2: Round Tulilv:
Glee Plub: Bzmskr-thzill: Sec-
crm-tary and 'Freasuror of
VARRA, ANTHONY T.
Football: Basketball: 'Przwkg
Hound 'I'a.hle: Big' Sister:
LAUICRMAN, GICHRGIC XV.
Portland, Urepron: Footlmzill:
Hperetta: Urn-hestra: Latin
XVondrnw High Sa-hool 1-2-
3: Basketball: Junior-Senior
Play: Glee Ululi: Class
Track, Student Association
KILBURN. GEUIUIIG .l.
NVaverly, Colorado, 1-2-3'
PETERSON, ESTHER V.
Elbert High School 1-2:
Ba nd : Uperettn: Urvhest ra:
School Notes Editor 2: Vlcu
President 2: Secretary 2.
VN' H ITNIC Y, RUB ERT S.
Hi-Y: President Hi-Y:
Snilled Ink: hamhkin'
Chemistry Uluh Vive l'i'n-Si-
dent: Mzmzxger .-X t hlet ies.
LM'lG Y, ELEANUR
Junior Play: Hperettu: Big
Sister: Spilled Ink: Lamb-
kin: Press Uiuh: Dramativ
ver Chorus: Round Table
"Attempt the end and never stand to doubt."
Uperetta: Glee Club: Ilen-
S-'-iff'-:4,,, ' s-:L
EVANS, WILLIAM HURIP
T4-nnis: Major Play: Uperet-
ta: Sharks Uluh l'rt-sitlent
Ai: liramatit- Vluh.
Girl lleservv: Round Table:
Rig Sister: Snillod Ink: Slu-
dvnt Association: Ui't'lie-SQ
tra: Spanish l'lub.
Give Plub: Fheniistry Club:
Round Tablr: Snillvd Ink:
IYARIAANI D, ICI IXYAHII ISI,
llaskvtballl Trzu-ki Student
HRHWN. FHRA OLIVI-I
ilouble A Follies: Spilled
Ink: Press Ulub.
HALL. IUISIG M.
Basketball: Girl Reserve:
Round Table: Big' Sister:
Snilled ink: Chemistry Club:
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"A hard beginning makes a, good e
JOHNSON, GRACE L.
Round Table President 4:
Sec, 3: Round Table Fabi-
net: Student Association:
Debating: Team: Chemistry
Ulub: All School Award.
Football: Hi-Y: Ufficer in
Round Table: Big Sister.
KNURR, KARL H.
Breckenridge 1-2-3: Track.
M lf! Y I-IRS. K ATH IC RINE
Antioch Academy, Yellow
Springs, Ohio: Basketball:
Band: Sharks Ulub.
Operetta: Double A Follies:
Girl Reserve: Round Table:
Big Sister: Student Associa-
FORTY-SEV I' N
.I Y fS gin?
Fl DNGIDON. VVILFH
Glvv Uluhg lie-nver I"lwruS:
VUY, ININNIS IG.
I-2-il: Hlwrz-tt:l: lllcu- Uluhg
Girl Itvse-r'vv3 Ito
Me-IIUVNICY, CLAIM Nl I
lmnhle A Fnllis-sg Girl R0-
svrvvg Ilound 'Pnhleg Chenn-
istry Ulubg Big S
tile-v Plulmi Hi-YQ Snillvll
Ink: Fruslnnzui Class Treas-
urvr: Studi-nt Assnviatimig
Pri-ss Uluhg All School
A W Il 1' rl.
Iiuskotluilli Ifinckcyg Upvr-
vttu: Hive- Vluhg Imnvvr
.Il HINSHN, KA'I'Hl,I'II 'N
Niwot. I'ulnrud03 North-
wvstvrn Higrh, IN-
21 1lllt'l'f'lllll Give Plulrg
IN-nvvr Ullurusi Hound Tn-
hleg Big' Si:-tier:
vlnh: Spanish 1'
AI,DER'I'0N, MARY E.
Glee Club: Girl Re:-nerve-3
Round Table: Spanish Club.
Ilougrlas Pnunly High Svlinnl
13 npr-rottu: Glee Club.
VV.-UINICR. INIRIS .I.
Open-ttag tiles- Pluhg Ilen-
ver Uhoruxg Round 'I':ihl4-3
Big Siste-r: Uhr-mistry Uiuhp
XVHITI-Z, KIGNNI'Z'I'II XV.
Open-tm: Gleo Uluhg Iwn-
Vvr f'h0l'US1 l'lwn1islry Uluhg
Glev l'Iuh: Ilnuncl 'I':1hI4-1
Rig Sisu-rg Slmrks Ulnhg
Illee Fluhg Hi-Yg Spilla-cl
H t n
F4 IRTY-ICIG H 'l'
Do not take a blind guide, nor a bad adziser.
Football: Bzxsketlmllg 'I'r:u'k3
l'UNl'I. RUTH i
I X9ll'I'I-R'l', VV'AYNI'I
IIGN, THOMAS '
Hnslcothull: 'l'r:u'k: Major
l'lnyC Hi-Y: Vim- PI'0Sldl'llI
lli-YQ llrzumitiu Club.
l1uuf.:'l:ls County High School L:
I-2-83 lmslwthzillg Uperettu: i
Uluh: ll4'llYOI'l'l10I'llS1 Hi-Y:
Sunior 1,l'0Slllt'lllI All School
A wa rd.
Girl llvst-i'x'0: lluuml 'Puhlog
Hip: Sister: Spillod Ink:
Immhking Pri-ss Uluh: Spain-
tlwmislry l lub.
Hound 'l'z1lrlz-3 Rig' Sistvr,
GASMAN, RUTH '
Glm- Uluh: Girl ltvsc-i'n-3
Ituunrl 'l'nblt-I Big: Sister.
Girl Rt-servo Serretaryg Big'
Sister: Sliillcd lnkg Lamb-
kin: .Iuninr Trvusurerg Hon-
or Socie-tyg Vlwiniistry Ulub.
. , .,,
Major llny: hlrl R
Round 'Fuhlvz Spills-
Oakland, i'ulifm'nia. 2:
Maryville, Missouri, 3: Glen
Club: Girl llvservvg Round
Clit WV, MA RY RUTH
KNURR. Glfllllillli A.
IATSHIGR, RUTH IG.
Vulleyball: Basket h an l l:
Bust-lmll3 Hoclu-yg Double A
Follivsg Give Uluhg Round
"Experience teaches slowly, at the cost of mistakes."
F0 RT Y-NIN lil
1lll.XN'I', IRULANII Sl'H'l"l', Lllf'll.l.l-I
Major Play, Upm-Vvtlsil Big.:
Sistvr: Snillvd Ink liusim-ss
Nl2ill1l,Q'E'I' -lg Phi-niistry Vinh
'l'reaSurer -13 i'r1-ss Vluhg
lfootlmllz 'Frau-kg Agricul-
HAHN' 1.HARLUTfI1E 1 ' INN.-KN. lliillflllllull.
"lll12II'llI-X" y Inman
lmsiwnimilg imsnmllg Dau- 1'0"U'11"-
lsli- A Follies: Round Tabli-.
KAHM' HUXVARU GIKAICFIC, llAlUll'l'llil'l'l'l
Major l'lny: Spillc-d Ink: "POR-'ffl'5"' 4
l'r4-ss Uluh: Lamhkinl Chem- Ullelwgtlflil llfilllllf' A l":llll"F3
-S .Y 4- ,. ,Q 2 -, 1 V. G ee 'un vvnvvr Umrusg
I ul ml' I I lm UN lluh Girl liosvrve-1 llound 'l'nhlv.
LIGNVIS. 1,onN.x M.-xm:,xnm'r I-l'3ll1S, lWBl'1ll'Ij'
Hmuffvv' A "Dfw . ,
Une-rvttu: lwnvvr Chorus! V rlifiwk llilllullll 'lf ll'-P21111
Girl lu-sm-wp Spilled Inkg Nw- Pl:1'5ldl'lll vlll H1-Q 4:
Ilzunbking Freshman Vice 3 .nl lkfffllflff 50l'll'i5'C'5ll1ll'liS f llllli
Pre-sidont: Svc-rot:u'y-'l'rez1s- 1.llf'lUlSfI'y lllllvl l'l'1'SS
lll't'l' 45 Pross Pluh. , Wuh-
SIP4.XRKS, GNNIQ JUHNSUN. Mll.lvl!l'Il1
Hrs-vkmlridgro, i'olo,, 1-11-3: Round 'Pnhle-: Studi-ni Asso-
Hglgkf-ilmllg 'IH-pu-kg St-4-rg- 1-iation .-Xltvrnntv: Spznnisli
tnl'y-'Pre-nsure-r of Ulm-as 23 Vllllli 4WK'l10I'Y-
Vivo Pre-sirlent 35 llrzmmtic
Uluhg All School Award:
Hasebnllg Pino Noodle School
RUNS!-I. li-IARTHA ' IIIGISICR. t'AS'l'l.l-I
I":1rna1n, Nebraska. l-21Gi1'l Track: Ulf-0 Ululxg lli-Y:
lh-servo: Round Tnhleg Big Spills-d Ink: Sinn-ks Vlulug
Sislm-rg Bnskvtlmllg Glec- t'l1c-mistry Vlnlmg nflii-or in
Vinh: l'l'l'SlflPlll of class 2: Hi-Y.
llolmntimx 'l'Oum at Fzlrnum.
THUMPSUN, LIGNA MURRAY, MYHX
Basketball: Douhli- A Fol- f Round 'Fnbloq ll.-'l'.I'rom'n1n
lim-sg Round Table. l'hairn1nn: Big' Sister: Spill-
vd Ink: Sharks l'lnh3 In--
hatinf: Te-um: Prvss Uluhg
All School Awnrdg Stull:-nl
"What is worth doing at all, is worth doing well."
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WHl+ll+lLOCK. Nl4lLl.ll4l F.
Double A Follies: Glee Club:
Girl Reserve: Round Table:
Big Sister: Spilled Ink.
Belleville, Kansas. 1-2-3:
Class President 1: Gln-e Club:
Hi-Y: Latin Club: Annual
Staff, Junior Play.
Colorado Springs, Colorado,
l-2: Volleyball: Baseball:
Hockey: llouble A Follies:
Girl Reserve: Band: Orches-
V ALIJIGCIIJA J, SALVADOR
Volleyball: Tennis: Operet-
ta: Girl Reserve: Round
Table: Double A Follies.
BERTRAM, NV ILLIAM
Class Officer: Chem istry
Club: Agricultural Team.
MORIGY. BARBARA YNEZ
Steamboat Springs, Colo.. l-
2-3: Junior Play: Operetta:
Glee Club: Spilled Ink: De-
bating Team: Orchestra:
A LI.l lRlCl NHC. YVILLIAM
"B il l"
Football: H i- Y.
Uperetta: llouble A Follies:
Girl Reserve: Round Table:
Big Sister: Student Associa-
Football: Track: Hi-Y:
Spilled Ink: Class Officer:
Volleyball: Basket h a l l:
Baseball: Glee Club: Girl
Laporte, Colo., 1-2-3: Foot-
ball: Basketball: Junior
Play: Ups-retta: Agricultur-
Girl Reserve: Round Table:
Big Sister: Chemistry Club.
TYLER, LORENE A.
Brighton, Colo., 1-2: Double
A Follies: Girl Reserve:
Round Table: Big Sister:
Spilled Ink: Lambkin.
"I t is only the ignorant who despise education."
DAVIS. LANUIIA M. UHRISTMAN, RUTH
Volli-yhgillg Imskf-tllgillg 1 Natrona County High School
Ruslwullg Hovkvyg film- A I-21 Vollvyllillll Bzlskvtlmlll
q'lu1,3 Ilqyuhlu A Ifgllipgc gg. Girl Re-sm'v0: llound 'Fnhlvg
A, A, lgmlpql, Big: Sister: Spillc-rl Ink: Na-
trona Uounty Honor Sm-if-tyg
HAHN, Mllilvlirlll XVALKIGII. KATHRYN
llnund 'I':xlrlv. "Ki!'y"
Junior Play: Opt-rv-ttn: lmu-
hlv A Follit-S: Big Sistvrg
Slllllllfl Ink: llrmnutir Vluh
Vivo Pri-sidvnt bl: Girls'
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lfoulxlo A. Folll:-sg Round gyeilingtonv 1-01,,,-,l,1,,. 1:
lulllvi 5lHHl'd lllk- Volleyball: Iizislcvtlmllg
Horkeyg llouhlv X Fullin-sg
Round Table: Big: Sistvrg
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lizislu-tlmllg Hovkvyg Dou- l"l1UlU'3Nf'E l1l'l'llflf"3
hlp A 1w011i,-S3 ggi,-1 lgvscn-Q.: Base-hull: Gln- lflubg liouml
Round 'I':tlrlt-5 I-Big 54igqm-- Table: Spilln-cl Ink.
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PICTURES NOT TAKEN
ADAMS. l'llGUIllll'I .l.-MYKSUN, PAULINIC 'l'Ul,lVl'Ili. JOHN
1'I..-XHKIC. GLENN F. LOKEY, DON VAN I'lClfl', AGNES
HIIAN. MARIE MURPHY, BE'l"l'Y VINHY, KA'l'lll,iCl'iN
FVNK. IGIHXVAIQH READ. FRANCYS XVI-llSN.XN'l'. MARUIA
llAYl'Ilil"Il'IIAll, Alllllil'IY RIPKER, KENNl'I'l'lI C. XVILUUX. GLAIJYS E.
DAVIS, M.-Xli.lHlill'I 'l'AYLOR, JAMES
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lislmkv Uznpiziili Clark Goss
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Five years ago Coach Blevins arrived at Fort Collins High School to
coach basketball. The teams under him have been very successful as they
have never lost a conference race. The season ending in the spring of 1930
was no exception, for from the total of 24 games played, only four were
lostg they scored a total of 702 points to their opponents' total of 405.
The Lambkins dropped the first two practice games of the year to
Wheatland, Wyoming, and Greeley Teachers' High. The Purple and Gold
loopsters followed the trail of victory in the following conference gamesg
twice defeating Eaton, Greeley, Longmont, Loveland and Windsor. By vir-
tue of these ten defeats, Collins again won the Northern Conference Cham-
pionship and the right to compete in the Divisional Tournament held at
the Colorado Agricultural College.
Collins received their third defeat when they traveled to the "Windy
City"-Cheyenne. However, the loopsters easily overcame the Indian
Giants when they played a return game in the Lambkin gymnasium.
The divisional tournament came during the week following the close
of the Northern Conference. Frederick, Wellington, and Greeley Teachers'
"It is poor sport that is not worth the candle."
XYhitv. l':lpt:1in l'l:u'k, Goss. llnmko, Hziveriield, Uozivli Blevins
Hulvli, Harris, t'lzunmor, t'ronu-r, llrzuwr, Little. lli'e+-nzuwa-, Steplwns
Whitney. l.:u'ixm-r. lmvis, Zimmerman. Young, I'urslmll. 'Fnylor
Auld. lliclmiwls, Sparks, Shultz. VVithrow. l-'orsytliu
Sl!lllt'l', Huxton, A. lingers. False. U. liopgors. VOXYQLII
High fell before the Blevins' Cagers' attack. Longmont, the Northern Con-
ference runnerup, was also runnerup in this tournament and thus was al-
lowed to participate in the State Meet where it met with good success.
The State Basketball Tournament was played off successfully at the
City Auditorium in Denver. Many excellent teams were there for the
contests. The Lambkins easily overcame the Durango quintet in the first
game. The Lambkins then butted out their rivals, the East Denver
Angels. Finally, in the third game, the Purple and Gold banner fell to the
better team from Joes, the eventual Winners of the State Championship.
Wilbur White was placed on the all-state basketball team.
"We did not Win the highest honors in basketball, but Collins High is
proud of her loopstersf'
"Play up, play up, and play the game."
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t'o:tt'li Gt-org.:'v St-tilt, our football and travk me-ntor. with ti squzttl of sim-t-rt-, sturtly
foothzlll vztntlitlaitt-s lllitllltill the Sc-:isou of lflilii football by :i sojourn of nint- days. fur hawk
wt-kit-S ill tht- st-t'Iutlt-tl lit-:tvt-r t'rt-ek rt-pjimi. Muvh timt- was Spf-ut in sllplllyimr
tht- t':tmlv with fish :intl hiking ovt-r liuthless mountains. The- t'0lll'llllilIlEl tluys of tht-
in tht- lit
t-:imp wt-ro tit-vott-tl to fllllllJll!lt'lll'llQ of the gritliron frantic-.
'l'ht- lil'lllllll'j' t-oult-sts t-uttittl into bv tht- Uollius wzu'riors wort- both pr:it-tit't- tilts.
l,Ill'1llllit' lnvntlt-tl tht- Lztmbkin t-:tmp first and was st-nt away tztttt-rt-tl :intl worn :tt tht-
Snmll t-ntl of :t 54 to 0 st-ort-. in tht- st1t't't-t-flirty: pgunit-. tht- purplt- :intl froltl wrt-stt-tl at hztrtl
fouprlit p.:'ztmt- frrm xht- Vlit-5't-nnv "intli:1ns" 20-12, :intl thus uve-nu't-tl tht- tit-ft-nt :it tht-ir
liuntls in tht- prt-t-t-tling' st-zlson.
'l'ht- t-It-:in tiprlitimz tt-:tm ut' l"'1ton fell lilffll
N'ilt'll wt- jourrit-yt-tl to that smztll lllll'lht'l'll t'ity for our Iirst t'onft-rt-nt't- gratuit-. 'l'ht-5' tit--
st-rvo muvh t'rt-tlit for tht-ir spilit
- - -t- our onslntiprlit to tht- tllllt- of 20 tt- fi
'l'ht- Hmtlsoritt-s opt-ut-tl tht-ir iraltt-:4 to :in ntlv:uit-im.: Lzlmbltm
purplt- :ttirl :Joltl stt-:ini-roller hurl tinisht-tl. tht-y t-lost-tl tht- gait:-s with
turkt-tl :twuy uutlt-I' tht-ir nztmt-S,
lht Lzmibkin hopt-s for at N0llll0l'll Viumipitmslim atpzztm wt-rv
-ntt-tl by ll tit-tt-rmint-tl llrt-t-lt-V tt-atm, 20 to 0,
- vlimztx of its vztrt-t-r wht-ti
lht 1'0llillS tt-:tm st-t-mt-tl to bf- :it tht A
tit-ft-:it to ovt-rlmwt-r tht- I.ovt-lzuitl indians tm EL Snowy, windy tlziy
to tr, Tht- gannt- wus t,-littrztt-tt-i'izt-tl by tht- display of teamwork :intl
tmgmont on the up
stluzttl. :intl wht-it tht-
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spirit by tht- Lain-hs.
ptmt-nts' Ht-ltl for tht-
'l'ht- St-ott mt-n plziyt-tl il U to 0 frzmie with L "
lust t-tmft-rt-nt-t- gzintt-. Itlztt-h tt-:tm st-t-mt-d to bt- pt-rft-ct on tlt-ft-iisv and wt-:tk on offt-list-.
'Fo t-lose at sut-t-t-ssful football st-ztson. a tiprhtinf.-r, polisht-tl Lambkin gritlirou tt-:im
mtttlt- an brilli:mt fit'lHfll'Illl'k' from tht- football Cllit-'lldill' by tlrubbingr Littlt-ton 40 to 0.
Altlitrugii tht- 1929 st-:tsmi was not :in entire Sut-t-t-ss so far as winning pxatmt-s was
t-out-t-rut-tl. it was 21 utopiztu sut't't-ss :ts far as tht- buildim:,' up of men in hotly, thought :intl
ztvtitm XVHS t'ont't-rut-tl. Forsytht-, wxvlllt, Bright, XVt-uvt-, March, Kilburn, Ftrwzui, NVhitt-,
Intvis. Il:tug'lit-rty. Hnvt-1-tit-ltl, llutlt-tltzt-, llungre. Gates, Stt-wart, llrztkt-, Mnort-. llitltlt-ll,
Mt-ssl-rsvlmiilt. 'Polivt-r. Ityt-knvan. Loktly and Alltlritlgt- rt-tw-ive-tl Hrst team lt-ttt-rs and
swt-:ttt-rs. Wilbur VVhitf- was plact-tl on the- first all-r-oitfc-rmit'r tt-um.
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Push on, keep moving.
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Sterling.: Relay Games--The 1929 track season opened for the Lambkin tracks-ters
when they journeyed to Sterling on April 14, to participate in the contests there. VVest
Moreau and .Ia Kim: were captains of the agerregation. Collins made an enviable record
and showed its prowess in this meet by breaking' the records of the medley, 880, 1-mile
and 4-10 relays. Fort Collins had a total of 24 points: Scottsbluff was second with 14
points: and Sterling rated third with il points. 'Phe results that the Lambkin men got
in the meet, made the other schools of Colorado think.
Colorado Relays-Un April 26, Colorado University acted as host to the Colleges and
High Schools of Colorado and all the surrounding states, for a relay carnival. Collins
easily won with a total of 21 points, Sterling' came next with 10 marks. "Hap" Gibbons
thrilled the crowd when he broke the record in the pole vault by clearing the bar at 12
feet l01,Q inches. 'l'he Lambkins won the 880 fbroke the recordb, -4-10, and medley relays.
Bob Gray tied the shot put record with a heave of 44 feet 294, inches.
Northern Meet--For the fifteenth consecutive time. Fort Collins won the Northern
Meet on May 5 at the Aggie field with a score of 73V2 points. Loveland was next with
4592. The following events were won by the Lambkins: 100, 220, 440, 880 yard dashes:
220 low hurdles: 880 relay: hammer: discus: pole vault: and shot. Gibbons broke the
pole vault record with a vault of 12 feet. 5V2 inches. VVest Moreau broke the discus
record about two feet. I-lc hurled it 120 feet 5 inches. The Collins llf1'll1VVPlLIlllS also won
in their division. Carl Forsberg' broke the discus record with a hurl of 101 feet 8 inches.
Slate Meet-Collins High smothered all the other schools in the state by gaining' 4515
points to l.oveland's 18, and thus retained her state title for the fourteenth time. .la
King: was high individual scorer of the meet. The 100 and 220 yard dashes, pole vault.
880 yard relay, and shot put were won by the Collins tracksters.
National Meet-Coaches Scott and Blevins entered twelve men: King, Gibbons, Mor-
eau. Dougherty, Lewis, Bown, Soden, Elliott, Riddell, Gray, Varra and Longmore in Coach
Stziirpfs National interscholastic 'l'rack and Field Meet on .lune 1 and 2. Froebel High.
Gary, Indiana, was first: Arsenal High, Indianapolis, Indiana, was second, and Fort Col-
lins High took third place. They got points as follows: Moreau, first in discus: Gibbons.
tied for first with three others in pole vault: Soden tied for fifth in the pole vaultg King.
fifth in the 440 yard dash: and third, in the 880 yard relay, VVest Moreau, the Lambkin
field captain, broke the discus record which was set by Arlie Mueks of Oshkosh, WVisconsin.
in 1011. Moreau hurled the discus 136 feet 11 inches. 'l'his is the second farthest the
discus has ever been thrown by one of high school ranking. "Hap" Gibbons won the
Foss Memorial Trophy, which is given every year to the one who wins first place in the
pole vault. This prize is given in memory of Foss, a youthful Olympic vaulter.
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"A bold onset is half the battle."
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Flzllmvry Imvis Hiigel l'2lI'0Y
St'lllll'4'lll1lll Evans Miss Mulder Mitton Barkley
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Girls' Athletic Association was organized five years ago by Coach
Josephine Dunn, who realized the necessity for such an organization. Its
purpose is to promote good feeling toward girls' athletics and to develop
good health in all its members. Nearly all ofthe girls belong to and enjoy
the benefits of the Association. It is the sincere hope of all that G. A. A.
will always flourish.
What can possibly be more fun than a fast, peppy game of hockey in
snappy, fall weather? It develops the legs and lungs, puts pep into those
who play,and creates good team sportsmanship. And, then too, there's the
thrill of winning a hard-fought game against an upper-class team. Every
girl who has ever played hockey agrees that it is great sport.
Volleyball, the in-between sport, gives us a chance to catch our breath
between hockey and basketball. Although it isn't quite so active a sport
as hockey, anyone will tell you it's heaps of fun! The volleyball season was
undeniably a successful one and all those who are interested in it hope vol-
leyball will continue to be a major sport.
Time out--Captains are worried. The score's a tie. The whistle
blows, and play is resumed. The game's over! Yale has won over Prince-
ton, 25 to 24.
Basketball has been most successful, not only in turning out a cham-
pionship team, but also in giving girls who had formerly not aired their
talents a chance to "show their stuff."
"Let us do or die."
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Irwin lflvnns Lusher Lon!-1'
It is the ambition of every girl in the Girls' Athletic Association to
win a sweater, for it represents the highest recognition of excellence in
sports for girls in F. C. H. S. In order to get a sweater, a girl must earn
150 points in hockey, tennis, volleyball, basketball, baseball, track, gym
honors, skating, skiing or hiking.
Every year there is an Inter-class Tournament, and the winners and
runners-up of the tournament are the players for the all-school team.
When Fort Collins entered the Northern Conference, Longmont, Wind-
sor, Greeley and Eaton were members. Each year the winning team of
this conference receives a cup. If the same school wins for three years in
succession, it keeps the cup.
When the annual went to press, the Fort Collins girls were leading.
They had one more game to play to determine to whom the cup would go.
Baseball surely comes at a time when it is needed. Most of us are
struggling with spring fever, and a diversion is always welcome. The girls
responded well to the urge to be out in the air playing baseball. Some
really remarkable baseball playing was displayed.
Although track is an individual sport in which group spirit and rivalry
are lacking, there is a feeling of personal competition that makes it popu-
lar. Track events had their place in the Round Table picnic held April 23.
"Few things are impossible to diligence and skill."
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liozirlu- Miss Mulder V1-:navy
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"The part was aptly fitted and naturally performed."
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William Van Luyn--William Clark Mrs. Thayer ...... Juanita Sheets
Joan Thayer ---Blythe Standage Tom Thayer ......... Tom Turner
Sally Van Luyn ..... Lucille Scott Cousin Henry ..... William Evans
Mr. Thayer ....... Howard Kahm Tom Gibney .......... Tom Soden
Helen Thayer ......... Helen Orr
"White Collars," under the direction of Miss Mabel Johnson was
presented on November 21 and 22. It is the story of the middle or "white
collar" class. William Van Luyn, the hero, falls in love with his secretary,
Joan Thayer. She finally agrees to marry him, much to the delight of
her younger sister, Helen. Joan's cousin, Henry, is a young man who is
forever preaching on the independence of the "great middle classes," and
therefore can never keep a job. Mr. and Mrs. Thayer are the ordinary
type of parents who try to do what is best for their children.
After her marriage, Joan cuts short their honeymoon and returns to
live with her husband in her former home. William threatens to give
away all his money and Sally Van Luyn, Bill's sister, comes to beg Joan
not to let him. In the end, William and Joan move to his beautiful home:
Mr. and Mrs. Thayer are comfortably situated, Joan's brother, Tom, has
a good position, Cousin Henry is sent to South America, Helen marries her
old time lover, Tom Gibney, and everything ends happily for everyone.
A A FOLLIES
The Double A Follies, under the direction of Miss Mulder, were pre-
sented on February 15. The first number was "Singing in the Rain," sung
by Jane Warner, Ilda Flannery and Roberta Tapley. As rainbows follow
the rain, the next number was a rainbow chorus, with June Worth singing
"Rainbows" Presenting a decided contrast to rainbows, a military dance
followed. Frances Lacey and Elizabeth Friedberg gave an Hungarian
Plhapsody. Thelma McHone gave a balloon dance. Jane Irwin and Doro-
thy Griffith whirled in a Spanish dance. "East Side, West Side" was por-
trayed by Thelma Crocker and Catherine Long'more.
"What Killed the Dog" was cleverly done by Betty Portner as a
negro, and Eleanor Landblom as the "boss" In order to show what the
girls' gym classes have done, different gymnastic stunts, tumbling and
pyramids were presented by some of the girls.
One of the most effective dances was a Skeleton Dance. Only dim
lights were used and just the bones of the skeletons could be seen as they
danced among the tombstones. After this, Quaker maids in somber gray
danced a Quaker dance. Rachel Breniman whistled a solo and a chorus of
farmer boys joined in a Farmers' dance. Following this were Folk dances
with the girls dressed in the native costumes of the old countries.
The finale was a scene in the G. A. A. house, showing all the girls hav-
ing a good time. Here different girls performed and then the Follies ended
a great success.
"It is well to think well, it is divine to act."
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McAnelly Stephens Tilton Krause Tittman
Reese Richards Mercer Johnson Kunkler Fox
"SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATEH
Thomas Hayden-Charles McAnelly
John Beard ...... Robert Stephens
Mr. Bentley e.e,,.... Marks Tilton
Cop ...............e Paul Krause
Jiggs Kennedy---Maurice Tittman
Myra Thornhill ..... Juanita Reese
Lou Max ...e..... Elmer Richards
"The Seven Keys to Baldpate,'
Mrs. Rhodes ...s.... Ilene Mercer
Jim Cargan ...... Harold Johnson
Mrs. Quimby ..., Geneva Kunkler
Elijah Quimby ....... Wilbur Fox
Mary Norton .... Ruth Schureman
William Magee---Thomas Turner
Peters ............. Dobert Lowe
Junior Play, was presented on May
23, 1930, under the direction of Miss Mabel Johnson.
William Magee, a young author, goes to Baldpate Inn, thinking that
he has the only key. Elijah Quimby is the caretaker, and he and his wife
are the only ones who are supposed to be at the Inn.
As the story goes on, Thomas Hayden, owner of a large railroad cor-
poration, has received a huge sum of bribe money. Through Jim Cargan.
who is mayor, he has it hidden in a safe in the Inn. Jim Cargan is engaged
to Mrs. Rhodes, who doesn't know he is a crook. She is staying with Mary
Norton, a young newspaper reporter, who falls in love with William Magee.
John Bland is another crook working for Hayden. Lou Max is helping
Myra Thornhill get the money for Cargan. She decides to double-cross
Max and get the money for herself, but she doesn't succeed. Then, comes
Jiggs Kennedy, the chief of police, who had been honest in the past, but
also goes after the money. He is assisted by a cop.
Meanwhile, Peters, an old hermit, whom everyone thinks crazy, begins
to create some excitement. After everyone has been double-crossed, we
learn this story is merely the book that Magee is writing.
"Music is the poetry of the air."
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THE LUCKY JADE
In the Prologue
. SDorth Foster
Temple Priests- - - - - A1 Kenneth Cox
Downs .......... Wilfred Congdon
Mrs. Courtney ...... Jane Warner
Llza -......... -.---Betty Portner
NHHCY --------... --Clara Lauche
Jeanne ........... Roberta Tapley
Colonel Waverly-Maurice Tittman
Herbert .......... William Riddell
Ted ----.-....... VVilliam Hughes
- .... Geraldine Bullard
Guion .--- ---
Idol --------- ---
' -Clark Crain
John Endicott ------- Ralph Davis
Mary Ann Courtney--Lorna Lewis
Fanchon .------.---- Beth Mitton
Mr. Courtney ----.-- Harold Buell
Horace Ferguson -------.---
Sheriff ---.-----.---- Frank Akin
The Operetta, "The Lucky Jade," was presented on March 20 and 21,
under the direction of Miss Bauder, Miss Johnson and Miss Mulder. The
Prologue is a scene in an old Voo-doo Temple, where Lael dances before the
Idol. The scene is then taken to Virginia, where Mrs. Courtney has a house
full of guests to welcome Mary Ann and Mr. Courtney, who have been in
Mary Ann brings a guest home with her, Horace Ferguson of New
York, who is supposed to be a famous sportsman, but in reality is a crook.
She also brings a French maid, Fanchon, much to the disgust of her old
mammy, Liza. Liza is a direct descendant of the old priest, and has pos-
session of the jade which was taken from the temple. Fanchon and Hor-
ace have come after this jade. Horace finally induces Downs, a "shiekish"
old man, to get this jade for him, but Downs finds out what Horace wants
and does a little sleuthing of his own.
Among the guests are Nancy and Jeanne, friends of Mary Ann, and
Bill, Ted and Herbert, who are just home from college. There is also John
Endicott, who is a bashful young aviator, an admirer of Mary Ann. He
and Horace have some disagreements about her, and his uncle, Colonel
Waverly, is always trying to make him be a "he" man with Mary Ann.
The Colonel saves Beeches, the Courtney estate, from being sold under
mortgage by inducing the old county sheriff to wait.
The Lucky Jade is stolen and Downs has possession of it. Ferguson
tries to buy it, but Downs will not sell it. Finally, however, the jade is re-
stored to Liza. Horace and Fanchon run away together and John wins
The operetta is produced by the Music and Dramatic Departments of
the school and the proceeds are divided between the Music Department
and Round Table, which sponsors the selling of the tickets.
"D" CLUB VAUDEVILLE
The annual Dramatic Club Vaudeville was presented Friday, April 24,
under the direction of Miss Mabel Johnson. The stage represented a desert
with five lonely cowboys-William Hughes, Marks Tilton, Maurice Titt-
man, Warner Miller and William Clark-seated around a camp fire. William
introduced the other members on the program and between times, the cow-
boys sang mournful songs.
"Like a dull actor now I have forgot my part."
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The first number was a cowboy dance by a group of college boys and
girls staying at the Dude Ranch nearby. The next was a dance given by
a Russian Countess, Dorothy Griffith, who was also staying at the ranch.
Beth Mitton, as a sweet young lady from the city, sang several num-
bers, and then William Evans, as Barnacle Bill, the sailor, appeared on the
scene and showed the cowboys how to get dinner dates. He managed to
get dates with Mildred Williams, Helen Orr and Eleanor Lacey, but as his
ship sailed away too soon, he could not keep them.
James Mason, a loosely-jointed rogue, did a tramp dance. Then Doro-
thy Griffith and he did a "hick dance."
John Foster, as the clown, kept the audience laughing. The cowboys
threatened several times to shoot him, but he was so dumb they just could
not. When he finally "licked" Tom Turner, the dude, he went away happy.
Ralph Mathews and Carl Westine played several duets on a saxophone
and an accordeon. They looked like two old prospectors. Betty Portner
as the old nigger cook, sang some southern songs, and a chorus of negro
girls danced. After the grand finale, the "Vaud" ended.
Manager ......................... James Mason
Assistant Manager ................. Robert Lowe
Electrician ................. Harvey Christensen
What would our school do without the stage crew? By having their
duties well planned and working swiftly and quietly before and during
each performance it helps make a success of every production of Fort
Auld Crain Christensen Elliott Hein Krause 'Pittman
"Honor lies in honest toil."
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Under the careful supervision of Miss Kathryn Bauder, Mrs. J. P.
Killgore and Mr. D. Carl Carson, the music department of Fort Collins High
School has flourished.
Miss Bauder directs the orchestra, which now has thirty-five mem-
bers. It has exchanged programs with the Eaton and Loveland High
School Orchestras this year for the first time and, as usual, it has played
for several public functions.
The string quartet and instrumental trio are two of the most popular
groups of the music department. During the year, the trio has furnished
music for many programs of the different clubs of the school and town.
Miss Esther Bradley, a member of the orchestra and string quartet,
and instrumental trio, represented Fort Collins High School in the National
High School Orchestra of three hundred members which played for the
National Music Supervisors' Conference at Chicago. She occupied the
thirteenth chair of the first violin section.
The Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs, Trios and Quartets are also under
the direction of Miss Bauder. Each year these groups enter the Music
Week Contests in Denver. The Boys' Chorus has been especially success-
ful and has won several places in the contests. The Girls' Trio has also
The music for the Christmas play, which the High School gives the
community as its Christmas gift, is furnished by these sections of the
music department. This custom of giving the community a play as an
annual gift was established a year ago. Other students besides those in
the choruses take part in it.
Mrs. Killgore has five music classes and assists Miss Bauder in direct-
ing the different boys' and girls' choruses.
Ryder, Parshall, Riddell, VV. Miller, Beard, Anderson, Deane, K. VVhlte, G. XVhite, Kemp
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Schureman, Mcllonald, Fuller, Hall, Mathews, Lampton, Crocker, VValker, H. Rutledge,
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Wilson, Savage, Runge, Karst, Oakes, Brandt, Webber, Korbel, R. Rutledge, L. Van Sickle.
V. Van Sickle, Little, Surs
"Music is the universal language of mcmlciudf'
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Mr. Carson is director of the school band, which now has about fifty
members. Music at the football and basketball games was furnished by
the band. New uniforms, made up in the school colors and white, were
Hull, N. l':Y2lllS, Whisuuiit, Dion. Wallin-V, l'roc-lu-r, lilutlu-ws, Knrbt-l. K. While. J.. ,Imvis
lu-alle. ,Xmln-rsoxi, lX'Imitp,'olnory, llzu:,'cl'. N. ldvuns
Ar:1m'i, liriftith. Curtis. NYilson. Riiugrv, Little, Ryder, Vain Sickle. Uutlxey. Small. A. Whil-
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purchased for the band members last year. The band also enters the Music
Week contests. On March 21 the band gave its annual concert in the High
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Round Table fall picnic.
Lambkin eleven defeats
Lambkins win from Eaton.
Lam'bkins win victory over
First report cards of the
'year given out.
General Teachers' Meeting.
lBig Sisters busy showing
Little Sisters around.
First issue ot' "Spilled lnk."
School dismissed at noone
thanks to Aggies.
Dr. Schofield talks to As-
Laramie football game.
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tains at Assembly.
Greeley slashes Lamlbkins'
chance for football chain'
Bess Gerhart Morrison reads
Lambkins defeat Loveland.
Longmont holds Lamfbkins
to a scoreless football
-22 "White Collars," M- all-
school play presented.
Cheyenne Mountain Dancers
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as w X- -----J! 'L---.- .... 6 Duncan Dancers stage per-
r 1- . f "K ' 4.-A-V.-W formance in High School
- 7 ,' X ' f" Auditorium.
g i '- 5 EP - . , 12 Mr. Langdon becomes "San-
R -I 'f ,L-QQTA ---fir it ty."
ff I ., J, , 4 X 12 Round Table Christmas
5-1, , - X party.
f ""-U ' . A L 'qt'--,QQ H C 13 Seniors give party.
1 5 ,I I - X X,,j-YY' 19-20 Annual Christmas play
- -8 H '1 I I 1' 1 Mft'-345: mg given to community.
,Q f,7'Lf,f' 'L :gait 41- 'I' 20 Christmas vacation begins.
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2 Students and teachers re- flwx S- 2" "- wg S'-'Q
turn to start the New XA-fu k'-4 ,V
Year right. SH -- x-g. "Mig,--A 4
3 Lamlbkins defeat Windsor at g-.Wi V 1.-. . 'f
basketball. WM- 15' Q" ' '
9 Mercury drops lower and ' ' .f U'
lower. 4 x' cf W QR ' ,L-..- --- L L4-iff
10 Longimont-Lambkin basket- X -'1' "QQ-,V i".g,'iI K5 k ,,
ball game. ,kgxl Q in 'C' ' '
17 Greeley-Lambkin basketball "I f U' N.
game. D-Wf , 9 fR
24 Loveland-Lambkin basket- 1 ,5
ball game. ' ll -
31 Eaton-Lamibkin basketball ' ' UIIIIEIIYLP' 'f
game. gnuuv l " -L 1 -'fl A f'4:'F' ,
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'R Q' I X., -E 4 Parents and Teachers meet.
' 4 ,H 7 Lambkins defeat Windsor at
' 'L JL, . 331. basketball.
1 " fffl , CL- U ey! 14 Junior party.
' 'qja ,fs X J 14 Lambkins journey to Long-
Q E' I, fXZ'f1, mont to play basketball.
R ""1'l' 5 ' f el l 21 Greeley players arrive to
' .111 pif ,S f lg play basketball.
u f f 1 76 ' it ' ef 'LGR . K. -: :J 22 Lamlbkins play basketball
yt, " ,z fk. X . . . ' at Loveland.
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"Alas! the fleeting years are passing away."
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5 J - A 1 Enters like a lamb.
2. 11 P. T. A. meets.
fl-N-L: X . 14 Sophomores have a. party.
5 ,,,--.,, A D ' 17 Seniors entertain at St. Pat-
'N "R, s Q 'P rick's Day program.
XM 'D' I fm uf 20-21 "The Lucky Jade" is
'i 75 -41. presented.
Z 'X M fm' T' . , Qs 28 Yale-Princeton game.
, H f'V'f'Qf' ' ' A 28 Annual Band Concert given.
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5-13 Spring vacation. 0 J -6:1 5
18 Mr. Dunn, school superin-
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21 P. T. A. holds last meeting '
of the year. ' 0 0 P b L
23 Senior Class Day, Round Ta- yi 3 Q1
'ble picnic, girls' track 9 U , ma J
meet. u 0 S' ' . J -JN ty
25 "D" Club Vaudeville. j ,jf f li I
26 Commercial Contest at Gree- 0 D 0 A I 1 M, nw '
ley. Relay Meet at V ' L ' 5 D
Boulder. 5, 1 I5 Z 6
29 Mr. Gordon, high school , ' l U p f' p , xi
principal tells teachers of A K A A 1 f XQY it
his resignation. uf -z" ' pm ,. Q if saw L '11, , ,N ,Xml l n "
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ch? il 5x4-JS-M--""' ' 2 Frosh party. Mothers' Day
1? ff? 4 S V- YYY- f 4 D Pageant.
KT' gf Qf A I ilk: F G Seniors stage annual pit-uit-.
'xl' C ywl' .mr M ' GV U' 8 Gym exercises.
f 'C .5 5"'M fb, Xjlflf I tl Musicians go to Denver for
' ' El Simi Na L ' gl? I' FA Music XVeek.
6 .1 -, k 'ua Q' U, ' 16 First Good-XVill Day.
gy' f , .A ' l 915 23 "Seven Keys to Baldpate-"
,fl 5, mm X 159 ,IKAQQ presented hy the .Iunioi-.:.
9 I 'f fix ,fl Cgc' - 29 Junior-Senior Banquet.
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ill ' ,, -' 1-ses if 111,11 . 'N 1 Baccalaureate Address.
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"Netv2r put off till tomorrow what you can do today."
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Permanents and Finger Waving
BULLARD BEAUTY Corona
tOver Brooks Clothing Storel
Phone 530W 649 South College Phone 254
SAME QUALITIES FOR LESS MILLER'S
' ' College Book Store
. . Q Q A BOOKS - STATIONERY
School, High School, College and
nav eooos crorfunox OES , R Office Supplies
Fort Collins' Pioneer Store
105 South College Phone 37W
Compare Our Values, Compare Our Prices,
Then Be Your Own Judge
You Can Always Do Better at
S. College l 1 S. College
130-134 g,IHE' Cl, , STORE-3 130-134
Sarcander Art Shop
Electric Shoe Shop
Smith Battery Service
Delite Beauty Shop
E. R. Barkley Hdw. Co.
Ice Cream, Sherbets
Milk, Butter and
Phone 252 128 Laporte Ave.
"For now I afm a holiday."
339 Jefferson St. Phone 285
3 North College Phone 218
SCHAUER 85 SON, Proprietors
Purina Whole Wheat
and Fountain Lunch
104 East Mountain Avenue
Fort Collins, Colorado
"Right on the Corner"
Hart Shaffner ISL
THE TALKIES TALK BEST
THE FOX AMERICA
A Fox West Coast Theatre
4 Shows Daily
at 1:30 - 3:30 - 7 and 9
Continuous Show on Saturdays
from 1:30 to 11
Buy Fox Scrip
On Your Theatre Entertainment
Williamson 8: Fischer MORISON
Market and Grocery MQTOR COMPANY
WHERE YoU BUY WillYS'Knigh'C
BETTER MEATS Phone 460
Free Delivery 250 East Mountain Ave
Phone 437 115 E. Mountain Fort Collins, Colo.
"A rolling stone gathers no moss."
5 S ,ET
Directory of Fort Collins Dental Society
O. L. Smith ......... Central Building
S. M. Gibbs ...... Physicians' Building
M. A. Gates ........ Colorado Building
H. A. Grant ........ Colorado Building
H. J. Livingston---Robertson Building
J. H. Setzler ......... Avery Building
C. S. Savage State Mercantile Building
W. M. Bennett---State Merc. Building
C. W. Coover-State Mercantile Building
I. O. McCarty ........ Wilson Building
A. P. Alexander ..... Trimble Building
J. N. Schwab--- ---- Avery Building
College Jewelry Fountain Pens Damaged Auto Bodies, Fenders
S Neatly and Promptly Repaired
Jewelry, Optical, Typewriter
Service AUTO BODY CO.
Armstrong Hotel Building JACK YOUNG
Engraving Fine Repairing 226 Pine St. Phone 176J
The New Plymouth
Sedan 3778.00 Delivered
Wilson Motors, Inc.
Dodge Bros. Cars and Trucks
218 W. Mountain Phone 1335
Fort Collins, Colorado
"It pays to advertise."
A 215-pound box of
High Grade Assorted Chocolates
at a Special Price of
The Whole Year Round
THE A. W. SCOTT DRUG CO.
The Rexall Store
Photography of H . C . B R A D L E Y
FISHBACK La Salle
Photo and Art Hudson
Finishing. Kodak Films 320 Walnut St. Phone 300
Ehlarging Established 1908
"Keep your working power at its maximum."
ss During your Summer
I I Vacation use Fishing
H A L L M O T O R C O , Tackle made especially
for Colorado and
Authorized Wyoming trout
Since 1911 THE LOWELL-MOORE
Fort Collins Colorado
Ernest Fischer 8: Son DAKES GROCERY
Wholesale and Retail Staple and Fancy
MEATS Groceries, Frgiis, Confections,
126 W. Mountain Phone 193 130 W. Mountain Phone 54
, T NATURE Srunv LESSON -- 1 l
.Q r How To TELL A nam '
'S-Wi Thom A Grefcn CABBAGL 560511 Ev Aw-1
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"Impossible is a word to be found in the dictionary of fools."
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House 6: Humphrey, Inc.
Tires and Batteries
111 East Oak Phone 159
Phone 87 150 West Oak
OPEN STOCK DISHES
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ADAM'S SHOE sToRE gzfxgsr ssa if Q 1,
42-Diigeeorgiggelt. .: Z ........ SLU,
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The Best in Footwear Whirfciiglig1u,i5.'QQriik'e'kidfrbecmps 155
Whige andpllecorated Dinner and lr s
whi2.f'15ruigf,iZi1C4fg,' klhiili Q "" L1'1f'f
severfi '?1iZ.5Zafaa'f4ut..''Q65,,2" '
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West Oak St. Phone Pl? or! Goblets ' ...... K ...... ..,.. 1.3z0c
OAK FLOORS WIN Master Service Assures
In permanency, Economy and Satlsfactlon
Ask for an Estimate T DeLuXe Cleaners
E- STEELE Opposite Post Office on
303 North College Avenue Oak Street
"The worst men often give the best advice."
MAXWELL SHOE CO.
Flowers are always appropriate
for any occasion
FORT COLLINS From
ooT FITTER , .
The Espelm Floral Co.
117 West Oak Phone 445
Firestone Quality Red
Rubber Footwear Goose ThE!
Footwear at Shoes
LOW Cost EVANS BOOK STORE
Nu-Wae Shoe CO- 147 South College Ave.
Blvd 158 West Crane LAMBKIN HEADQUARTERS
Hosiery Mountain Hosiery
LESSON f- ON
rlow lb tell ,s ,
de Fisk Bair U."
Hint: .mere Q,
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50 dmff qebcaughf
A'Harv you summoned your wits from the wool-gathering?"
Opposite Post Office
l Wholesale and Retail
Bakery and Confectionery
The Home of
133 South College Phone 29
DIN N EBECICS CAFE
Home of Good Eats
Plumbing and Heating
Deferred Payment Plan for
Personal Supervision W
114 West Oak St.
Phone 194 Res. Phone 1515
Wilson Drug Co., Inc.
572, Discount in Trade
Fort Collins Colorado
Make dreams come true. Since
time began Rings have been
given as a token-a token
of admiration, of affection,
of everlasting love.
Always a Nice Selection at
Messerschmitt Jewelry Co.
141 North College Ave.
The Bungalow Store
Corner Magnolia 8x Sherwood
Visit Our New Store
We carry the best of everything
Bring Your Friends In
"What is left when honor is lost ?"
"One picture is worth ten thousand Words."
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Photographs Live Forever
14615 South College Avenue Telephone 85-W
"Newspapers are the educators of the common people."
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FORT COLLINS ASSOCIATION OF BANKS
"When rogues fall out, honest men get into their own
...lad Sf ' ' :T
J. C. PENNEY CO.
"Quality at a Savings Always"
The Bradley Block
Fort Collins, Colorado
PRESSED I l
The Ideal Furniture Co.
Complete Home Furnishers
We Call and Deliver
213-225 Linden St.
112 West Laurel Phone 1144 Fort Collins, C0101-ado
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How 'lb 'tell a.
Fierce Arrow Gm l
"' 'lee rw5e l1'novvIS.
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"It is better to have little than nothing."
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COLORADO PRINTING COMPANY
C. E. CLIPPINGER R. D. SHOVVALTFER
144 West Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, Colorado
"He gets through too late who goes too fast."
120 West Oak
Enlarging Kodak Finishing
Tinting on Velox
Framing Commercial Work
Students' Clothing Featured
BROOKS CLOTHING CO.
115 South College Ave.
Fort Collins, Colorado
You will always meet friends
COLLINADO DRUG STORE
Opposite Post Office
"Gzfts That Last"
107 E. Mountain Phone 552W
Dependable Jewelers Since 1903
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Fort Collins, Colorado Greeley, Colorado
Cheyenne, Wyoming Sidney, Nebraska
Also Operating Retail Stores as follows:
18th Street at Carey, Cheyenne, Wyoming
221 West 11th Street, Cheyenne, Wyoming
308 West 17th Street, Cheyenne, Wyoming
106 Central Avenue, Sidney, Nebraska
938 Ninth Avenue, Greeley, Colorado
813 Ninth Street, Greeley, Colorado
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