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"L 101 "'E34-afifi-'F,a,5E,b Q Ex f x S i x f 1 X ..,- .: . LAMEKIN BUUK UF TRAVEL5 De ication 'E t?1is'JQ 'Y' 'i Q55 'Q 'iff O THE FUTURE of the class of 1934 this Lambkin is dedicated. with their eges on the qlorious dawn of a new daq these seniors are settinq forth on their iourneq thru life. mag sucf- cess, happiness, qood fortune, and prosperitq be theirsi U FoREwoRD High school is just a journey. In commemoration of that journey we present to you in this Lanrbkin a book of modern travel, an allegory of your trip through Fort Collins High School. The publication of this book has been made possible only by sacrificing everything but the absolute essentials of an annual. We hope you will keep this in mind while reading our book. TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication .........................,......... .... 3 Guides and Travelers-Classes and Faculty .... .... 5 "Preliminary Rambles"-Freshmen ..... ---- 7 "Loafers Paradise"-Sophomores --- ----11 "One Foot from Heaven"-Juniors .... .... 1 5 "Realms of the Blest"-Seniors ....... .... 2 5 "The Never Ending Trail"-Faculty --- ----37 On Writing an Annual ............... ,... 4 0 Trips and Side Trips-Activities .......,......... .... 4 1 "Realms of Thespis and Pan"-Music and Drama .... .... 5 9 "Paths of Glory"-Athletics ............................ .... 6 7 "Where the Fish Wagged His Tail"-Snapshots and Jokes .... .... 7 3 Z W fulxxxx Y V3 5 K 3 fx 14 - 54 221 AK A 7 WfvfJ?f U I 5- AND Ni :xiii Egge rs? , Qfflavsw Q 1 -- f2,PffS , l WW! I :TN 1 CA1 F' W ,Cm f XXL? 4. li X gl WW EH figggpi , ix -A x x f 365311-Lf 3 Mill KU W 'f' ASI Z-.2FXS ff,' .-as 1' ""J..- X Q X rriwvlw-:gg QM? THE LAIVIBKIN xr fgg pre iminarq ramblc-as THE LAIVIBKIN f: FRESHMEN THE LAMBKIN -l FRESHMEN THE LAMBKIN 1, A ,trees e as R ,W we 4 ,eLe,,.-L Adsit, Glen Akin, Vivian Ruth Albert, Jeanne Al xander, Raymond Alieo, George Allen, Arthur Allison, Russell Anderson, Irene Angell, Jesse Apodaca, Ed Atherly, Joe Avery, George Axtell, Gall Ayres, May Katherine Baird, Imogene Banks, Paul Bashaw, Iona. Becker, Marie Beckstead, Stanley Berry, Herbert Black, Wilbur Blakeslee, Helen Bland. Lowell Blehm, Harold Bonham, Fletcher Boss, Donald Bowman. Una Brack, Helen Brenlman, Clifton Brezlna, Grant Broad, Margery Brolliar, Margie Brooks, Mary Ann Brown, Aletha Brunton, Jim Brunz, Leah Brushwlller, Lawrence Burrill, Margaret Bush, Cecelia Byron, Alice Casady, Milo Case, Albert Chapman, Shirley Codi. John Coffin, Barbara Cook, Carol Cowan, Blake Craig, Jane Crltes. Mildred Cromer, Elizabeth Curtis, Albert Davis, Richard Decker, Bob Denny, Frances Desjardins, Paul Dlnnebeck, Beth Donelson, Dick Douglass, Albert Douglass, Virginia Dreese, Esther Dunlap, Raymond Dunlap. Ronald Edwards, Wllburn Elchwald. Ida Emslie, Billie England, Anna Ella Erickson, Randall Essex, Gerene Fallon, Dick Farner, Jessie Farrar, Bob Ferguson, Glenn Foss, Eugene Frels, Selma Gardner, Gertle Giddings, Peggy Jane Gideon, Palmer Goodrich, Betty Gowans, Walter TEN FRESHMAN CLASS Graefe, Floyd Graefe, Lloyd Graham, Owen Gray, Wayne Greffenius, Levern Griffith, Richard Hahn, Ruth Hair, Bessie Hanson, Dorothy Harms, Marie Margaret I-Iarned, Dorothy Harvey, Waldo Hatton, Doris Henderson, Howard Herman, Ruth Herrin, Ray Higgs, Faye Hlllen, Bob Hiner, Roberta Hobbs, Dale Hodges, Owen Holmes, Eugene Holslnger, Floyd Holslnger, Lloyd Horn, Lllah Householder, Robert Humphrey, Nell Hunter, Louise Hutchison, Marvin Jackson, Marian Jackson, Thelma Jobe, Annette Johnson, Paul Justus, Dorothy Justus, Wayne Kerhel, Helen Kimble, Muriel Kinghorn, Elizabeth Kinney, Donna Ruth Kintzley, Joseph Krug, Hubert Krug, Ida Kummerlin, George Laes, Richard Lafon, Edward Lankford, Don Lathrum, Joan Lesher, Harry Liggett, Shirley Lofgren, Paul Lovato, Emma Lyon, Sherman McNey, Jackie McRae, Frances Mason, Glenn Mauk, Ruth Meade, Eston Mechling, Ben Meyer, Hilda Michaud, Dorothy Mlchle, James Michie, John Miller, Beth Moseley, Lawrence Morton, Stuart Mosher, Davld Myers, James Nelson, Ethel Nichols, Phyllis Orr. Ruth Othls, Stanley Owens, LeRoy Pacheco. Doro Parks, Dorothy Parsons, Edwin Pennock, Glenn Peterson, Arthur Peterson, Dale Peterson, Edythe Peterson, lone Peterson, Woodrow Phipps, Vance Pierce, Orville Portner, Archie Powers, Charles Poynter, Rosalie Rayner, Retha Rein, Leah Richeson, Ann Robldoux, Leo Rogers, Violet Rommel, Albert Ross, Robert Ruddlck, Florine Rutt, Dorothy Salaz, Fannie Saracino, Louie Scheid, Herbert Schmer, Leonard Scott, Charles Scrlvner, Lalrle Sears, Don Setty, Charlene Shaw, Yupha Shoftner, John Shollne, Harold Silver, Shirley Skerry, Barbara Smith, Kenneth Smith, Lester Smith, Mildred Smith, Zoleda Snow, Eileen Snyder, Gyneth Sperr, Betty Splher, Lotus Splher, Muriel Stephens, Clarence Stewart, Ruth Strauch, Carl Stroh, Harold Stroh, Lee Sullivan, Pat Swlnscoe, Dale Taylor, Burdette Teftt, Frances Tefft, James Tobey, Bill Toliver, Frances Toole, Edna Townsend, Mary Trammel. Marion Treadwell. Roy Tresner, Charlene Trimble, Billy Trimble, Charles Trostel, Dorothy Turner, Mable Underwood, Betty Vail, Robert Vandework, Martha Vigil, Garfield Waag, Lillian Wagner, John 'Walt, Martha Webster, Harold Walter, Margaret WVhelan, Beulah Whitaker, Edward Williams, Dale XVilliams, Dorothy Williams, Harley Williams, Walter Wolf, Anna .Tane Wolf, Donald Wormlngton, Woodrow Worth, Inez Young, Elizabeth loafers' paradise THE LAMBKIN ?I- SOPHOMORES THE LAIVIBKIN SOPHOMORES THE LAMBKIN ...a r Akers, Nancy Jayne Albin, Claire Arnn, Leon Allen, Beryl Barne , Bob Barnhart, Louise Barnhart, Willard Bartels, Ruth Bassett, Kenneth Beatty, Earl Becker, Robert Bendon, Tom Bennett, Arthur Block, Margaret Bradt, Margaret Brandt, Bruce Brushwlller, Vyrl Butler, Elsie Byers, Josephine Byron, Eugene Cannon, Irene Cavness, Ragon Chiaro, Lena Chiaro, Lucy Cobb, Catherine Codl, Violet Collamer. James Collins, Doris Colson, William Congdon, Roger Conrey, Calvin Cowan, Eva Cromer, Margaret Crooks, Bob Dale, Joe Demmel, Jack Dinnebeck, Anna Mae Dinnebeck, Dale Dixon, Shirley . Doss, Patty' Douglass, Carl Ducat, Earl, Earl, William Ernbrey, Dorothy Flndsley, Harry Ericson, Ernest Eshelman. Clayton Farrens, Beverly Ferguson, Ed Fleming Dorothy Gallndo, Alfonso Gardner, Olive Glddlngs, Ralph Gllchrest, Martha Glahn, Aubrey Goeder, Ruth Goodrich, Helen Goodrich, Wilma Gray, George Hahn, Anna Hall, Joe Hanson, Stanley FO U RTE EN SOPHOMORE CLASS Heaton, William Hein, Arnold Helnze, Bertha Henderson, Virginia Horn, Jack I-Iout, Marjorie Hubbard, Helen Hughes, Betty Jean Hunter, Richard Hyatt, Harold Irwin, Bob Jackson, Maurlne Johnson, Dellla Johnson, Mary Jones, Ruby Kennard, Pearle Klmbl e, Pearl Kinney, Frances Klnnison, Laura Knuffke, Florence Koenig, Frank Krug, Walter Kuhn, Dorothy Kuhn, Harry Kyle, Helen Laird, Cornelia. Lamb, Charline Lambkin, Elnora Lane, Albert Liggett, Nadine Long, Frank Lynch, Don McBride, Rosamond McCrosgey, Ruth McDougall, Dorothy McDowell, Frances McIntyre, Bernard McIntyre, Virginia McKibben, June McPheeters, Josephine Marshall, Annie Bobs Mentzer, Neil Middleswart, Curtis Miller Keith Miller, Lawrence Miller, Miller Ward Zula . Moore, Tom Morton, Ramel Munsell, Bill Murphy, Helen Neiswanger, Dick Nelson, Bernice Nicholas, Esther Nye, Norris Oakes, Gene O'Neal, Wilfred Orcutt. John Orr, Paul Pacheco, Frank Payton, Guy Perez, Pete Peterson, Estella Peterson, Marius Pierce, Wllda Pingree, Nelson Prendergast, Shirley Price, George Propp, Wilma. Pruett, Earl Reed, Estella Reichert, George Richard, Ida Riddell, Bob Robertson, Helen Rogers, Ben Rohwer, Richard Rouse, Philip Rumley, Elizabeth Sanchez, Nova Sanders, Caroline Sanders, Mary Frances Savage, Donald Schied, Elsie Schindler, Gertrude Schuker, Arthur Schurman, Dorothy Short, Lela Mae Simpson, Millard Smith, Margaret Solln, Helen Spaulding, Alta Mae Stonemets, Altha Straight, Mary Jo Straub, Ruth Strauch, Miriam Stewart, Virginia Summers, Mary Louise Taylor, Bernlece Thompson, Elllo Thompson, Martha Tlttman, Sylvia Townsend, Elmer Trlppel, John Vail, Arthur Vannorsdel, Dale Varra., Harold Volz, Eleanor WVallace. Maxine Webb, Clifford Whelan, Lewon Whitford DeForrest Wlles, Frances Wilke, Lucille Williams, Bob Williams. Melvin VVlsdom, Warren Wise, Victor Wright, June Wylie, Iona Young, Clyde Zable, Lavina Zenor, Betty one foot from eavc-an THE LANIBKIN -nf. f -1, . . 3, I ,Q THE LAMBKIN -- -3- 11 f S, -ff - , -- ACHZIGER, ELSIE-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Glee club 13 Mixed chorus 1, 33 Operetta 33 "D" Club 3. ADAM, WILLIAINT-Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3. AMEN, RUBY-Round Table 1, 2. 33 Glee club 1, 2, 33 Otleretta chorus 3. BARLOW, VIVIENNE - Round Table 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Spilled Ink staff 33 Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 G. A. A. 2, 33 Spanish club 2, Vice president 3. BASCOM, BETTY - Class vice president 23 Round Table 1, 2, 33 Operetta chorus 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Mixed chorus 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 1, 23 Base- ball 1, 2, 33 Hockey 2, 33 G, A. A. 1, 2, 33 Double A Follies 2, 33 Boosters club 1, 33 Spanish club 2, 3. BRACK, LELAND-Mixed chorus 33 Operetta 33 "D" Club 33 Lat- in club 23 Junior Hi-Y 2. BROLLIAR, JOY-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Glee club 1, 23 Operetta chorus 33 Mixed chorus 33 Bas- ketball 23 Hockey 33 G. A. A, 33 Double A Follies 33 Spanish club 2, 33 International club 3. BURRILL, ARTHUR-Basketball fsquadj 33 Track tsquadj 33 Junior Hi-Y 23 Senior Hi-Y 3. CLIPPINGER. M A R J O R I E - Round Table 1, 2, 33 Spilled Ink staff 1. 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 23 Double A Follies 1, 2. 33 Boosters club 1, 23 Press club 1, 2, 3. COLLINS, CLYDA M.-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Glee club 1, 2, 33 Operetta chorus 33 G. A. A. 1. 23 Double A Follies 1, 23 Sharks club 1, 2. J UNIORS COSPER, MILDRED-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 23 Vol- ley Ball 1, 2, 33 Basebell club 33 International club 3. COUTTS, MILDRED-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3. GRAM, VICTOR - Football fsquadj 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Student Council representative 13 Junior Hi-Y 1, vice president 23 Senior Hi-Y 3. CRANDALL, HELEN .I.-Basket- ball 1. CRISSMAN, JEANETTE-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1. 23 Volley Ball 1, 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Double A Follies 2, 3. CRESSWELL, M A R G A R E T - Round Table 1, 2, 33 Spilled Ink staff 33 Basketball 1, 23 Volley Ball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 23 Hockey 1. 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Double A Follies 23 Boosters club 13 Span- ish club 2, 33 Press club 33 In- ternational club 3. CULBERTSON, DONALD-Orch- estra 13 Band 1, 2, 33 Spanish club 33 Junior Hi-Y 23 Senior Hi-Y 3. CUTTING, FRANCES-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Glee club 33 Oneretta accompanist 33 Orchesta 1, 2, 33 Mixed chorus 33 Basketball 13 Volley Ball 13 Double A Follies 5, 2, 33 "D" Club 33 Spanish club DAGGETT, DOROTHY - Round Table 1, 2, 33 Basketball 23 G. A. A. 2, 33 Latin 2, 3. DALZIEL, KIRBY-Class presi- dent 23 Round Table 1, 2. 33 Glee club 23 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 13 Hockey 13 G. A. A. 1, 2. 33 Major play 33 Double A Follies 1. 2, 33 Student Coun- cil representative 2, secretary 3: Boosters club 1, 2, 33 "D" Club 33 Spanish club 3. DAVIDSON, HAROLD DECKER, MARJORIE - Round Table 1, 2, 33 Spilled Ink staff 1, 33 G. A. A. 1, 23 Latin club 2. DEGNEY, EVA-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Hock- ey 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Spanish club 3. DILTS, IRA-Track fsquady 33 Student Council representative 33 Latin club 2, 33 Senior Hi-Y 33 International club 3. DOUGHERTY, ELIZABETH - gogxnd Table 1, 2, V33 G. A. A. 1, DRAPER, WAYNE-?0rchestra 13 Band 1, 2, 3. , EBERLE, JEAN-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Hock- ey 1, 2,32 G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Double A Follies 1, 2, 3. ELLIS, ALBERTA-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Basketball 23 G. A. A. 1, 23 Double A Follies 13 Boosters club 1. ELLIS, MARY ELIZABETH - Class vice president 13 Round Table Cabinet 23 Glee club 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Mixed chorus 33 Spilled Ink staff 2, 33 Basket- ball 1, 23 Volley Ball 1, 23 Hock- ey 1, 2, 33 G. A. A. 1. 2, 33 Double A Follies 1, 2, 33 Student Coun- cil representative 33 Boosters club 2. FALLON, JACK-Track 1, 33 Stage Crew 33 "D" Club 3: Snan- ish club 2, 33 Junior Hi-Y 23 Radio club 1, 3. SEVENTEEN THE LAIVIBKIN ggv-" , i- if KX , 6.'I'Tfchei' +1+xmm 'cfzaqqf ' ' cl Iwin Cldolmfon XV Kzxbm ' 1 1 gf .Q H 4 CiKa.nzxvet 6. llL1H'lII'NI .,, ,.,t,s5..,,, H, U , 1. .Q .,,--yu-,rm-,,,..,.' THE LAMBKIN F '41 S' J UNIORS FISCHER, GERTRUDE - Round HOFFMAN, LOUISE-Round Ta- Table 1, 2, 35 Glee club 1. 2. 35 ble 1, 2, 35 Glee club 35 Operetta ODQFGUR Ch0I'llS' 33 MiXed ChOr- chorus 35 Spllled Ink staff 1, 35 us 3. Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, vice president 35 Boosters club 2, 35 Latin club 2, GLENDINNING, JAMES - Bas- vice president 35 Press club 3. ketball fsquadj 35 Student Coun- cil representative 25 Latin club 2, secretary 3. GOODRICH, WILMA-R0und Ta- ble 1, 2, 3. G-REENACRE, LOLA-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 35 Glee club 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball 1, 25 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Ma- jor play 35 Double A Follies 1. 35 Operetta 3. HALLEY, TOM-Orchestra 35 Band 2, 3. HANCOCK, ERNESTLNE-Round Table 1, 2, 35 Glee club 13 Opel'- etta chorus 25 Girls' sextette 25 Mixed chorus 2, 35 Spilled Ink staff 1, 25 G. A. A. 2, 35 Double A Follies 35 Operetta 33 "D" Club 3. HANNAH, HELEN-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 35 Glee club 25 Oper- etta chorus 35 Mixed chorus 35 Basketball 15 volley Ball 1: Hockey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Spanish club 2, 3. HANKINS, ALBERT D.-Love- land High School 1, 2. x HIGGS, THELMA MAE-Round Table 1, 2, 3. HOERLEIN, ALVIN B. -- Glee club 1. 25 Mixed chorus 2, 35 Basketball tsquadl 1, 2, 35 Sen- ior Hi-Y 3. HOUSEHOLDER, H E L E N - Round Table 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Volley Ball 25 Hockey 35 Double A Follies 3. IRWIN, JEAN-Round Table 1, 2, 35 Glee club 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 String quartette 15 Basket- ball 1, 25 Volley Ball 1, 25 Hock- ey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Double A. Follies 1, 2, 35 Operetta 35 Student Council representative 25 Boosters club 25 "D" Club 35 Spanish club 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. Board 2: Lambkin staff 3. JESSER, MILDRED-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 3 5Commercial Contest 15 Boosters club 3. IOHNSON, CURTIS M.-Orchestra 1, 35 Band 1, 2, 3. JOHNSON, IVAN-Class president 15 Basketball Lsquadb 2, team 35 Student Council representative 35 Spanish club 2, 35 Junior Hi-Y 25 Senior Hi-Y 3. KAHM, MILLARD - Track lsquadh 1, 35 Tennis 25 Avia- tion 3. KAHM, WHITNEY KANAVEL, GEORGE-Glee club 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Boys' quartette 35 Mixed chorus 2, 35 Track, squad 1, 2, team 35 Ma- jor play 35 Operetta 35 "D" Club 35 Latin club 2. KINGMAN, OWEN-Glee club 1, 25 Football Qsquadl 2, 3. KREUTZER, DICK-Class presi- dent 35 Football Ksquadj 1, 2, team 35 Basketball fsquadj 1, 25 team 35 Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Sen- ior I-Ii-Y 3. LAMB, CAROLYN - Basketball 1, 2: Volley Ball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2.5 G. A. A. 1 ,25 Double A. FOI- UGS 1, 2, 35 Spanish club 2. EMMETT-Track Qsquadj LANDON, LAURA-Round Table 1, 2, 35 Spllled Ink staff 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 -Volley Ball 1, 2 3' Baseball 1, 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 GLA. A. 1, 2, 35 Double A Follles,2, 35 All- gtaxr Hockey team 35 Press club LANYON, LoU1s-oisehestra 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3. LASS, EDWARD -- Football Csquady 1, 2, 35 Basketball tsquadj 35 Track fsquadj 1, 2, 35 Tumbling 25 Junior Hi-Y 2. LAWRENCE, LOUISE - Round Table 1, '2, 35 Spllled-Ink staff 1, 2, 35 Basketball 25 Baseball 25 Tennis 25 Double A-Follies 1, 25 Student, Council representative 35 Press club' 1, 2, 35 Boosters club 2. f LIGGETT, EVA MAE-Round Table 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1. LIGGETT, ORVILLE LINK, HELEN-Round Table 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1 ,2, 35 Double A Follies 1, 2, 35 Student Council representative 35 Boost- ers club 2, 35 Latin club 3. NINETEEN THE LAIVIBKIN Mfropg Clio emer Vflozm, '. ff M wi I I ' 1 H H I' "YI" 'I -WW' THE LAMBKIN P . 4:--i MacGREGOR, LUCILLE - Round Table 1, 2, 35 Glee club 2, 35 Op- eretta. chorus 35 Spilled Ink staff 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Vol- ley Ball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Double A Follies 25 Latin club 2, 3. MARSHALL, PATTY-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 35 Glee club 25 Oper- etta chorus 25 Mixed chorus 3: Basketball 1, 25 Volley Ball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 25 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Double A Fol- lies 1, 2, 35 Operetta 35 Boosters club 1, 25 "D" Club 35 G. A. A. Board secretary 2, member 3. MELLON, WINONA-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3. PEITERSON, DANA - Orchestra 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 35 Student Coun- eil representative 3. PETERSON, EUGENE - Track isquadj 35 Crops club 35 Live- stock club secretary 35 Nebras- ka School of Agriculture, Cur- tis, Nebr., 1, 2. PRENDERGAST, MARGARET- Round Table 1, 2, .35 Basketball 1, 25 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Base- ball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Double A Follies 2, 35 Boosters club 35 Latin club 2, 3. PROPP, WILLIAM PULLIAM. DOROTHY - Round Table 1, 2, 3. RICHARDS, ELOISE-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 35 Glee club 2 ,35 Dou- ble A Follies 1, 2,5 Sharks club RICHARDSON, R E B E C C A - Round Table 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. RITTER, JACK - Football tsquadj 2, 35 Basketball Csquadl 35 Tennis team 35 Latin club president 2, member 35 Junior Hi-Y 25 Senior Hi-Y 3. JUNIORS ROBINSON, JEANETTE-Round Table 1, 2, 35 Glee clubxl, 25 Op- eretta chorus 2, 35 Mixed Chor- us 2, .35 Spilled Ink staff 35 Bas- ketball 2, 35 Volley Ball 25 Hockey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Double A Follies 2, 35 Boosters club 35 "D" Club 3. ROEMER, ELLEN-Round Table 1, 2, 35 Spilled Ink staff 1, 35 G. A. A. 25 Latin club 2, 3. RUDOLPH, LUCILE - Ro un d Table 1, 2, 35 Glee club 35 Bas- ketball 35 Volley Ball 35 Base- ball 2, 35 Hockey 35 G. A. A. 2, 35 Double A Follies 35 Boosters club secretary 35 Latin club 2. SCHAFER, MARTHA JEANNE- Round Table 1, 2, 35 Round Ta- ble Cabinet secretary 35 Oper- etta chorus 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Double A Follies 1, 2, 35 Student Council representative 15 Boost- ers club 1, 2, 35 Latin club 2. SCI-IROER, JACK-Class secre- tary 25 Class treasurer 25 Glee club 1, 25 Mixed chorus 2, 35 Lambkin, assistant editor 35 Football isquadl 15 Basketball fsquadj 1, 25 Track Csquadb 15 Operetta 35 Student Council rep- resentative 1, 35 "D" Club 35 Press club 3. SCOTT, LOUISE-Round Table 1, 2, 35 Round Table Cabinet treas- urer 35 Glee club 2, 35 Basket- ball 1, 25 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Double A Follies 1. 35 Boosters club 35 Latin club 2. SEYSTER, G E O R G I A LEE - Round Table 1, 2, 35 Round Ta- ble Cabinet 15 Major play 35 Double A Follies 1, 25 "D" club 3. SLOAN, VIRGINIA-Round Ta.- ble 1, 2, 3. SMITH, LUCILLE-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3. STAKEBAKE, EUGENE - Stage crew 35 "D" Club 3. STANSBURY, WILLIAM - Glee club 1, 25 Operetta. chorus 25 Mixed chorus 25 Football fsquadj 1, 2, 35 Basketball fsquadb 1, 2, 35 Track' fsquadj 1, 2, 35 Junior Hi-Y 25 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3. STONE, MARGARET JEAN - Round Table 1, 2, 35 Glee club 35 Operetta chorus 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Double A Follies 35 Latin club 2. SUDDUTH, DAVID - Lambkln staff 35 Football isquadb 25Bas- ketball Csquadj 1, 2, team 35 Track team 1, 2, 35 Major Dlay 35 Student Council representa- tive 25 Junior I-Ii-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 35 Press club 3. SULLIVAN, ROBERT-Class vice president 35 Football KSQUNU 25 team 35 Track team 3: Vaude- ville 25 Student Cohncil repre- sentative 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 3. SVVINSCOE, EDWIN - Football Csquadj 2, 35 Basketball fsquadb fsquadl 2. 31 TPB-Ck fSCll1adD 1, 2, 35 Senior Hi-Y 3.' SIMONDS, RACHELLE - Round Table ,1 ,2, 35 Double A Follies 25 Sharks club 1, 25 Girls chorus 2, 3. TOBISKLA, ANN-Round Table 1, 2, 35 Glee club 35 Orchestra 1, 2, Mixed chorus 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 25 Baseball L 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 1 2, 35 Double A Follies 1, 2. 3. Operetta 35 Boosters club 1, 2, "D" Club 35 Latin club 2. WALLACE. LUCILE-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 35 Basketball 25 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 35 Baseball 1, 25 Hockey 2, 35 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Double A Follies 35 Latin club 2. TROUTMAN, MILDRED - Round Table 1, 2, 35 Latin club 2, 3. TWENTY-ONE THE LAMBKIN WALT, DONALD WARREN, CHARLES WESTFALL, RALPH-Class sec- retary 13 Class treasurer lg Bas- ketball isquadl 2, 35 Tennis fsquad7 1, 2, 33 Student Council representative 8: Latin club 2, 3: Junlor I-Il-Y 2: Senior I-Il-Y 3. TWENTY-TWO J UNIORS WHITE, BOB-Football fsquadJ 1, 2, team 35 Basketball Csquadb 1, 2, team 35 Lambkin staff 3g Junior Hi-Y 23 Senior Hi-Y 3. WIDMAN, LISLE-Spilled Ink staff 3: Lambin staff 35 Com- mercial contest 2, Latin club 2, 3: Sharks club 3: Debate club 2, 3: Press club 3: Debate team 2, 3: Oratory 2, 3: National For- ensic Society 2, 3. WILLIAMS, GEORGE-Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Track Csquadj 1, 3. WILLIAMS, MARVIN WISE, JOE-Football assistant manager 33 Track fsquadi 1, 2, 3: Student Council representa- gYeY1g Junior Hi-Y 1, 2g Senior THE LAMBKIN 1'-li: AHLBRANDT, RAYMOND-Wa- verly School, VVaverly, Colo- rado 1, 2. ALLDREDGE, HAROLD - Foot- ball tsquadb 1, 2, 33 Basketball tsquadj 1, 2, 33 Track tsquady 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 3. 1 F JUNIOR PICTURES NOT TAKEN CLAMZMER, ROBERT - Football HARNED, HARRY - Football Csquadl 13 Track fsquadj 1. lsquadj 1, 2, 33 Track .fsquadj 1, 2. COLLOPY, JOE - Football tsquadb 1, 2, 33 Track fsquadb HECK, MARY ELLEN-Round 1, 2, 3. Table 1, 2, -3. DARNELL. BOB-Orchestra 1, 2, HENDERSON, RICHARD-Foob ALLEN, MARGARET-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Glee club 33 Operetta chorus 33 Spanish club 3. A POD ACA, JOE BASHOR, MARVIN-Senior Hi-Y 33 Livestock 33 Yuma High School, Yuma, Colorado 13 Ad- ams City High School, Adams City, Colorado 2. BISHOPP, CHARLES BOSTON, EVELYN-Snilled Ink staff 13 Press club 1, 2. BOWEN, HAROLD-Tennis 1, 23 Magor play 33 Stage crew 33 "D" Club 33 Junior Hi Y 1, 2. BREWER, HANNAH ROSE - Round Table 1, 2, 33 Glee club 3: Operetta chorus 33 Spilled Ink staff 13 Basketball 2: Sharks club 33 Debate club 33 Interna- tional Club 3. BURLINGAME, ALICE - Round Table 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1. 2, 33 Volley Ball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 23 Hockey 2, 33 G. 5A.3A. 1, 2, 33 Double A. Follies BYSON. MARIE-Round Table 1, 2, 3. CABLE, DONNA FAYE-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Glee club 1, 33 Bas- ketball 2, 33 Volley Ball 23 Base- ball 1. 2, 3: Hockey 2. 3: G. A. 9. 1, 2, 33 Double A Follies 1, 2, CHAPMAN, CHARLES - Radio club 2. CHRISTOPHER, SARAH A. - Round Table 1, 2, 3. 33 Band 33 .Iunior Hi-Y 2. DAUGHERTY, M A R G A R E T- Round Table 2, 3. DEAN, ARTHUR-Crops club 13 Forestry club 13 Livestock 13 F. F. A. 2. DEEMING, CHARLES - Radio club president 3. DENNY, ELLEN-Round Table 33 Volley Ball 33 Hockey 33 Thermopolis High School, Ther- mopolis, Wyoming 1, 2. DEsJARD1Ns, ALVINA - Round Table 1, 2, 3. EICHIN, INA-Round Table l, 2, 3. FARRINGTON, EDMOND-Foot- ball fsquadj 1, 2, 33 Basketball fsquadl 1, 23 Track tsquadj 1, 2. FUNK, G I L B E R T - Football fsquadj 1, 2, 33 Track tsquadl 1, 2, 3. GALINDO, RAYMOND-Waverly High School, Waverly, Colorado 1. GOODWIN, JACK-Track 13 Stu- dent Council representative 23 Basketball Assistant Manager 2. GRAY, WILLA MAY-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Glee club 33 Oper- etta chorus 33 Double A Follies 2. GREENWOOD, CLARENCE - Football tsquadj 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Student Council repre- sentative 1. HARNED, DONALD - Football fsquadl 1, 2, 33 Track tsquadj 1, 2, 3. ball Csquadj 13 Track tsquadl 1, 2. , I-IOLCOMB, OWEN-J u d g l n g team 23 Crops club 23 Livestock club 1, 23 F. F. A. 2. HULBERT, MARVIN - Football fsquadj 1, 2, 33 Track tsquadl 1, 2, 3. HUNTER, LYNDON - Football tsquadl 13 Track tsquadl 3. JACKSON, CLARENCE JOBE, TOM-Football tsquadl 12 Track tsquadj 13 Tennis tsquadb Tennis fsquadb 2, 3. JOHNSON, BETTY-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Glee club 1, 33 Orch- estra 1, 2, 33 Mixed chorus 33 Sharks club 1, 2, 3. KINTZLEY. FRANCES-Judging team 33 Forestry club 1, BQ Livestock 2, 33 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3. KYLE, ROBERT LARSEN, IRVEN-Crops club F. F. A. 33 Co-editor State Farm- er 33 Visual Aid Fund treasurer 33 Laramie High School, Lara- mie, Wyoming 1, 2. LAWRENCE, IRENE-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Spanish club 2, 3. LEAR, JAMES-Football fsquadb 33 Track tsquady 33 Senior Hi-Y 33 Canon Ciiy High School, Can- on City, Colorado 1, 2. LONGLEY, HILDA - Lebanon High School, Lebanon, Kansas, 1. LOWMAN, GEORGE - Judging team 13 Crops club 1, 2, 33 Live- stock 1, president 23 F. F. A. president 1, 2, member 3. TWENTY-THREE THE LAMBKIN - 7 7 7 Q- Q I JUNIOR PICTURES NOT TAKEN LOWMAN, FAYE-Round Table 1, 2, 3. LYNCH, DAN-Track tsquadl 2: Judging team 1, 23 Crops club 1, 23 Forestry 13 Livestock club 1, secretary 23 F. F. A. 1, 2. MAPLE, FLOYD-Track tsquadj 23 Spanish club 3. MEFFORD, ANNICE-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Glee club 33 Operetta chorus 33 Basketball 2: Volley Ball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2: Timflaih High School, Tlmnath. C010- rado 1. MICHIE, HELEN-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Glee club 33 Operettr-1 chorus 3. MITTON, HARLON MORGAN, A L L E N - Football lsquadl 2. PARTRIDGE, ALICE-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 23 Base- ball 1: Hockey 13 G. A. A. 1. PHILLIPS, DOROTHY - Logan County High School, Sterling, Colorado 1, 2, 3. PRENDERGAST. PATRICIA - Round Table 33 East Denver High School 1, 2. PUCKETT, ELEANORE-Round Table 33 Spllled Ink staff 33 East High School, Denver, Colo- rado 1, 2. ROBINSON, CAROL-Round Ta- ble l, 2, 33 Spanish club 2, 3. ROSS, HELEN-Round Table 1, 2, 3. ROSS, HUBERT HOLMES-Foob ball tsquadb 1, 2, team 33 Track lsquadj 1, 2, 33 Tennis fsquadj 1, 2. 33 Judging team 13 Live- stock 1. ROSSI, ESTHER-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Basketball 3. ROTE, LUCILLE-Round Table 1. 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 13 Baseball 13 G. A. A. 13 Latin club 2. TWENTY-FOUR ROTEN, G E O R G E - Football tsquadj 1, 23 Track tsquadl 13 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2. RUTT, E L M E R - Basketball tsquadb 33 Greeley High School, Greeley, Colorado 1, 23 Modesto, High, Modesto, California 3. RUTT, LILLIAN-Round Table 1, 2, 3. SALAS, MARY-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Double A Follies 23 Span- ish club 2. SARVER, ETHEL-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 23 Latin club 2. SEAMANS, HARRIET - Round Table 1, 2, 33 Basketball All- star 23 Baseball 23 Hockey 33 G. A. A. 33 Student Council repre- sentative 1. SIMON, PAULA-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Sharks club 1. SITZMAN, REINI-IOLT SNOOK, JAMES-Judging teams 1, 23 Crops club 1, 23 Forestry club 13 Livestock club president 1, member 23 F. F. A. 1, 23 Stu- dent Council representative 2. STANLEY, EUGENE - Orchestra 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball fsquadj 1, 2, 33 Track tsquadj 1, 2, 33 Senior Hi-Y 3. STABLER, ANDREW - Judging teams 23 Crops club 1, 2, 33 sec- retary 13 F. F. A. 2. STEWART, LEE THUELIN, PAUL - Foo tball lsquadj 1, 2, 33 Basketball tsquady 1, 2, 33 Track fsquadl 1, 2, 3. TOBEY, EARL-Tumbling 1. TODD, DWAYNE TOOLE, MARY-Round Table 33 Glee club 33 Operetta chorus 33 Basketball 33 Hockey 33 Craig High School, Craig, Colorado 1, 2. UZZELL, GRACE-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Basketball 2. VAN SICKLE, LOWELL-Glee club 1, 23 Operetta chorus 13 Football squadj 1, 2, 33 Basket- ball Csquadb 1, 23 Track tsquadb 2, 3. VANCE, SAM-Judging team 23 Crops club 33 Forestry club 23 Livestock club 2, vice president 33 F. F. A. 2. treasurer 33 Poul- try club president 2. VINCENT, LAURA-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 33 Glee club 1, 23 Oper- etta chorus 33 Mixed chorus 33 Hockey 13 G. A. A. 2, 33 Double A Follies 23 All Saints, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 3. WAGLE, CATHERINE - Round Table 33 Platte City High Echool, Platte City, Missouri 1, WALTER, EVELYN - Owasso High School, Owasso, Michigan 1, 2. WALTHALL, BETTY - Round Table 1, 33 Laporte High School, Laporte, Colorado 2. WEINLE, FRED - Football tsquadj 1, 23 Track tsquadl 1, 23 gfennis tsquadl 23 Junior Hi- Y . WINBERG, EDYTHE - Basket- ball 23 Baseball 23 Hockey 33 Round Table 1, 2, 3. WINBERG, JOSEPHINE-Round Table 1, 2, 33 Basketball 23 Baseball 23 Hockey 3. WINTER, GERHARD - Radio club 1. WOLF. ROGER-Track tsquadj 2, 33 Student Council represen- tative 13 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Sen- ior Hi-Y 33 Tumbling 1, 2, 3. WOODARD, BOB - Football Qsquadb 1, 2, 33 Basketball squadl 1, 2, 33 Track tsquadl 1, 23 Spanish club 33 Senior Hi-Y WOODARD, FRED rea ms of the bk.-est THE LAMBKIN lliif ,mr vp 1 ,.,-,.v.:,e,q3, THE LAMBKIN 3 fl::S T F ACKELSON, LUELLA - Round Table 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Oper- etta chorus 43 Hockey 43 G. A. A. 43 Liberty High School, Lib- erty, Nebraska 1, 23 Laporte High School, Laporte, Colorado 3.-"Quiet but sincere," ARANCI, EVELYN-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 13 Orchestra 13 Spanish Club 3.-"Willing- ness is half 1lfe's battle." ARMITAGE, HELEN - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Knights and Pages 4.-"A daughter of the gods she walked, divinely tall." AULT, BILL-"We call him 'Theory' he so seldom works." AVERY, AMY-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Round Table Cabinet treas- urer 33 Spilled Ink staff 1, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A, 1, 2, 3, 43 Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 43 Stu- dent Council representative 2, 3, 43 Boosters club member 2, 4, vice president 33 Knights and Pages 43 Latin club 33 Sharks club 2, secretary 33 Press club, 43 International club 3.-"What heart of man is proof against her sweet inducing charm?" BANKS, DAVID - Football tsquadb 1, 23 Track fsquadj 1, 2, 43 Tennis Csquadj 1, 2, 3, 43 F. F. A. 1.-"A mischief-making monkey from his birth." BEARDSLEY, JACK-Class sec- retary-treasurer 43 Spilled Ink staff 2, 33 Lambkin staff 4: Football tsquadl 1, 23 Basket- ball manager 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 33 All-School award 33 Ma- jor play 3, 43 Vaudeville 33 Stu- dent Council representative 23 "D" Club 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, president 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, vice president 43 Press Club 3, 43 Livestock club 1, 23 F. F. A. 1, 23 State treasurer 2.-"Life, what art thou without love!" BERMAN, BILL-Operetta chor- us 43 Mixed chorus 43 Spilled Ink staff 43 Benzene Ring 43 Press club 4 3International club 4.-"This bold, bad man." BIGELOW. DONALD W.-OPch- estra 3, 53 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Judging team 23 Student Coun- cil president 4, representative 53 Sharks club president 43 Debate team 3: State Music Contest 51 National Forensic Society 4, 53 School Band Award 4. - "A steam engine in trousers." BOLLIN, FRED-Football squad 2, 33 Sharks Club 43 Debate club 4.-"I will live to a ripe old age. for only the good die young." SEN IORS BRACK, HENRY-Mixed chorus 43 Spilled Ink staff 3, 43 Foot- ball Csquadj 23 Basketball fsquadj 43 Vaudeville 33 Oper- etta 33 Stage crew 3, 43 Student Council representative 23 "D" Club 3, 43 Sharks club 23 Junior Hi-Y 23 Press club 3, 43 Inter- national Club 33 East High School, Wichita, Kansas, 1.- "Does nothing in particular, and does it very Well." BRENNEMAN, VIRGIL-Football squad 1, 2, 33 team 43 Student Council representative 1, 2.- "Young fellows will be young fellows." BROOKS, MARTHA ELLEN - Glee Club 3, 43 Operetta Chorus 33 Mixed chorus 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 1, 23 Base- ball 1, 2, 33 Tennis 33 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4? Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 43 Vaudeville 33 Boosters club 1, 33 "D" Club 3, 43 Sharks club 33 G. A. A. representative 43 Jun- ior play property manager 33 Major play property manager 4. -"Light hearts live long." BULLARD, NATALIE - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Spilled Ink staff 1, 2, 43 Volley Ball 13 G. A. A, 1, 2, 33 Major play 43 Double A Follies 1, 23 Vaudeville 33 Op- eretta 1, 2, 43 Student Council representative 13 Boosters club 23 "D" Club 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Press club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mothers' Day play 1, 23 Junior play property manager 3.-"Ye gods, but she is wondrous fair." BUNGER, MARGARET - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Operetta chorus 33 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 A. A. Follies 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters club 3, 43 Spanish club 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Sharks club 3, 43 De- bate club 4.-"A still and quiet conscience." BUSH ELAINE-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish club 3, 4.-"Give every man thy ear, but few thy voice." BUSH, RALPH-Football fsquadj 1, 2, 3, team 43 Track Csquadj 2, 3, 4.-"Oh why should life all labor be?" CLAYTON, JACK-Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Band 2, president 3, vice president 43 Major play 3, 43 Junior play 33 Vaudeville 33 Student Council secretary 3, president 43 "D" Club 3, 43 Jun- ior Hi-Y 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Press club 43 "D" Club 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Press club 43 International club president 3, 43 Instrument- al Soloist 2, 3, 43 Greeley High School, Greeley, Colorado, 1.- "Great men are not always wise." COOPER, FRANCES - R o u n d Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Operetta chorus 3, 43 Mixed chorus 3, 43 Double A Follies 23 G. A. A. 1,'2Q Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 ,Boosters club 1.-"Ever gentle, g0Qd, and true3 a friend to me, a friend to you." COUTTS, LUCILLE - R o u n d Table 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.-"Gentle of speech." - COX, GEORGE-Operetta. chorus 43 Basketball 2, 33 3Track fsquadb 4: Tennis 2, 3. 4..Span- ish club 33 Benzene Ring 43 Sen- ior Hi-Y 3, 43 International club 3, 43 Boys chorus.-"There is a. calm look in his eye, but even looks can tell a lie," CRENSHAW, DON-"Just, anoth- er of Dan Cupid's victims." CROWNER, JOHN-Junior Hi-Y 1, 2.-"He speaks but little." DECKER. AMY-Round Table 1, 2. 3, 43 Basketball 33'Baseball 23 Hockey 13 G. A. A. 1, 2,-"Even though vanquished, she would argue still." .. , EARL, WAYNE-Class president 23 Spilled Ink' staff 23 Junior play 33 Student Council repre- sentative 43 "D" Club'3, 43 Jun- ior Hi-Y 1, 2.-"No one ever be- came thoroughly bad all at once." EBERLE, EVELYN-Glee Club 33 Operetta. chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Mix- ed chorus 43 Spilled Ink staff 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2,,3, 43 Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 23 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A, 1, 2, 3, 43 Major play 43 Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters Club 43 "DV Club 43 Benzene Ring 43 Yell leaders squad 2, 33 Press club 1, 2, 3, 4. -"Beauty is its own excuse for being." EMERY, RUTH-Round Table 1, 2. 3, 4.-"What sweet thoughts are thine." ESPELIN, EVELYN - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2: Baseball 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3.- "Variety's the spice of life." FARRAR, GEORGE-Class treas- urer 23 Football Csquadb 1, 2, 3. 43 Track fsquady 1, 2, 43 Vaudeville 33 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 F. F. A. 1, 2.-"No studies for me." FOSTER. KATHLEEN - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 4.-"The only way to have a. friend is to be a friend." TWENTY-SEVEN THE LAIVIBKIN , QQ ' ,fy .i.. THE LAMBKIN I --i-Q - 3 F FOX, WAYNE, Football Csquadj 1, 2. 3, team 43 Track tsquadj 1. 2. team 3.-"I'll never trouble lessons till lessons trouble me." GARDNER, DORIS-Round Table 1. 2, 3, 43 Glee club 1, 43 Oper- etta chorus 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Latin club 2.-"An open hearted maid- en, pure and true." GATES, WALTER-Football 1, 2, 3, squad, team 43 Track qsquadj 1. 2. 3.-"Athletics preferred to all else, even Women." G-LANTZ, ESTHER-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 42 Spanish club 1, 2.-"A smile like the dawn." GOODSON, DULCIE-Round Ta- ble 1. 2, 3, 43 Glee club 3, 43 Op- eretta chorus 3, 4.-"She's learn- ing how to cook for two." GREENE, WOODROW -- Spilled Ink staff 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 Sharks club president 2, 3, 43 Debate club president 3, 43 De- bate team captain 3, 43 Press club 43 International club 2, 3, 4: 0!'at0I'y 2. 3, 43 National For- ensic League secretary 3, 43 Mount Gilead, North Carolina 1. -"You can't prove it3 let's ar- gue." GRIFFEE, NORMA-Round Ta- ble 1. 2, 3, 4.-"A life that moves to gracious ends." HAHN, JEANETTE-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 43 Spilled Ink staff 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council repre- sentative 13 Knights and Pages 43 Sharks club 43 Debate club 43 Debate team 43 Press club 1, 2, 4.-"A merry heart doeth good like a medicine." HALL, DICK-Glee club 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta chorus 1, 2, 33 Mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Lambkin Editor 43 All-School award 33 Major play 43 Student Council repre- sentative 3, 43 Club 43 Ben- zene Ring 43 Latin club 33 Sharks club 1, secretary 23 Jun- ior Hi-Y 1, secretary 23 Senior I-li-Y 3, secretary 43 Press club 43 International club 3, secre- tary 4.-"I give only construc- tive criticism," HALL, FORREST-Glee club 1, 23 Operetta chorus 1, 2. 33 Orch- estra 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Boys' quartette 3, 43 Boys' sextette 3, 43 Mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Track Csquadl 3, 43 Vaudeville33Oper- etta 43 Student Council repre- sentative 23 "D" club 4.-"I'm not only witty myself. but the cause of wit in others." SENIORS HALL, VIOLETTE-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 2, 3, 43 Mixed chorus 3, 4.-"Ah me, how weak a thing the heart of woman is!" HALLEY, SAM-Band 1, 3, 4.- "He peels an orange every morning for exercise." HAMILTON, JEAN-Round Table 43 Spanish club 43 Cole Junior High School, Denver, Colorado 13 Manual High School, Denver, Colorado 23 Lincoln High, Fern- dale, Michigan 3.-"She's sweet, and, we like her a lot." HIIGEL, CLEMENT-Glee club 1, 2, 33 Operetta chorus 1. 23 Boys' quartette 3, 43 Mixed quartette 33 Mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 43Va.ude- ville 33 Operetta 3, 43 "D" Club 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 State vocal contest 3.-"A self-made man, and he worships his creator." HILDEBRANDT, GAIL - Round Table 1, 2, 33 Operetta 33 Stage crew 33 "D" Club 33 Knights and Pages 33 Latin club quaest- or 2, member 33 Interational club 33 Austin High School, El Paso, Texas, 1.--f"There's noth- ing ill can dwell in such a tem- ple." HOLSINGER, PAUL-Stage crew 43 "D" Club 43 Benzene Ring 43 Sharks club 3: F. F, A. 2.- "Were there no women, men might live like gods." HONNOLD, JESSE-Spanish club 3, 43 Benzene Ring 4: Aviation club 43 Weiser High School 1.- "If studies interfere with a good time, cut out the studies." HOUGHAM, DUANE - Benzene Ring 43 International club 3.- "He never flunked and never lied: I reckon he never knowed how." HOWELL, HARRIETT - Round Table 2, 3, 43 Glee club 3, 43 Mixed chorus 43 Vaudeville 33 Operetta 33 "D" Club 3, 43 Ben- zene Ring 43 Latin club 3, 43 Waverly High School, Waverly, Colorado 1.-"A miss is as good as her smile." HUNTER, GEORGE - Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 Jun- ior Hi-Y 1.-"Always calm, cool, and placid." IRWIN, HUGH-Glee club 2, 33 Orchestra 13 Mixed chorus 43 Spilled Ink staff 2, Assistant ed- itor 43 Football fsquady 3, team 43 Basketball squad 1, 23 team 3, 43, All-School awa-Pd-1.33 Jun- ior play 33 Vaudeville 2, 33 Op- eretta 33 "D" Club 3, 43 Span- ish club 2, 3, 43 Sharks club 13 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Press club 2, 4.-"It is a great plague to be too handsome a man." JACKSON, CELIA-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Benzene Ring 4.-"It was the lady's disposition to think kindness." , JOHNSON, BOB-Band 43 Foot- ball Csquadj 23 Track Csquadj 13 "D",Club 3, 43 Sharks Club 2, 33 Debate club 23 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Interna- tional club 3.-"God's gift to the women." JUSTUS, EUGENE - Football fsquadb 1, 2, 33 Track Csquadl 1, 23 Aviation club 4.-"With that chin he will go far." KIMBALL, ESTHER-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4. -"Bashful sincerity." KLINKER, EVELYN-Round Ta.- ble 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta chorus 33 Mixed chorus 3, 43 Spanish club 43 Knights and Pages 4.-"A good worker with a merry heart." W KNIGHT, ESTI-IER-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4Q,Glee club 3, 43 OD- eretta chorus '3. 41 Mixed CTIOF- us 4.-"Still waters run deep." KOENIG, FRED-Track KSQUHGD 33 Judging team H 13 Future Farmers of America 1, 2.- "Slow but sure." KREUTZER, MARY-Round Ta.- ble 1, 2, 3, 43 Round Table chap- ter leader 43 Glee club 3, 43 OD- eretta chorus 33 .Spiiled Ink staff 1, Feature editor 2, Assist- ant editor 3, 4g Lambkin assist- and business manager. 4: Volley ball 2, 33 Hockey 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 All-School award 33 Double A Follies 23' Student Council representative 13 Boost- ers club 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Sharks club 1, 2, 33 Debate club 13 Press club 1, 2, 43 Vice president 33 Oratory 21 3.-"Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well." LANDON, JULIA-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 3, 43 Oper- etta chorus 1, 33 Mother's Day play 1, 23 Spilled Ink staff 1, 23 Assistant Editor 3, Editor 43 Basketball 1, 23 Volley Ball 1, 23 Tennis 1, 2, 33' Baseball 23 Hockey 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 All-School' award 33' Double A -Fbllies 1, 2, 3 ,43 Advertising manager for Major play, Vaude- ville and Operetta 43 "D" Club 43 Press club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4.-"Ambition has no rest." TWENTY-NINE THE LAIVIBKIN 'ii '- -if I nm: :HUM l'!.I'lClon 1"l1'1oorbgn1e W.O9ler f Parker 'IIIII LX ..- f-5 mfs:-fL3"f"'., fa 4 -v 1,-gi Y, Q . -,L A. ': V- cya. THE LAMBKIN 1- -i -1 I 1 x, 1- 'F s' LARSON, HAZEL C.-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee club 2, 3, 4: Operetta chorus 3, 4: Mixed chorus 4: Sharks club 3, 4: In- ternational club 4.-"Love and 11 cough cannot be hid." LINK, DOROTHY-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Round Table Cabinet 3, 4: Spilled Ink staff 4: Basket- ball 3: Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Double A Follies property manager 3: Junior play 3: Student Council representa- tive 4: Boosters club 3, presi- dent 4: "D" club 3, business manager 4: Knights and Pages 4: Benzene Ring 4: Latin club 3: Sharks club 1, 2: National Hon- or Society 3, 4: Press club 4.- "Modesty is a candle to thy merits." LUSHER, JOHN-"Even an oys- ter may be crossed in love." MCCUTCHEON, BOB-Class pres- ident 4: Football manager 2, 3, 4: Track manager 2, 3, team 3, 4: Commercial contest 3: Stu- dent Council representative 4: Benzene Ring 4: Junior Hi-Y 1, 2: Senior Hi-Y 3, president 4: Jerome High School, Jerome, Idaho 1.-"He does great things in a quiet way." McDOUGALL, ELSIE-Round Ta- ble 1. 2, 3, 4: Glee club 1, 2. 3, 4: Girls' sextette 3: Mixed chorus 3. 4: Baseball 2: Double A Fol- lies 1, 2. 3: Operetta 3, 4: "D" Club 3, 4: Knights and Pages 4. -"The grass stoops not, she treads on lt so light." MQGOWAN, ELEANOR - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta chorus 3: Mixed chorus 4: G. A. A. 1, 2: Spanish club 4: Benzene Ring 4. -"I'll hold my own against any man." Mc-HONE, VERNON - Football Csquadj 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2. team 3. 4: Senior Hi-Y 4.-"And keep good humor still whate'er we osef' McMILLAN, LAWRENCE - Glee club 3: Operetta chorus 3: Mix- ed chorus 4: Business manager of Lambkin 4: Basketball fsquadl 1: Stage crew manager 4: Student Council Representa- tive 4: "D" Club vice president 3. 4: Sharks Club 1, 2: Press club 4.-"Not that I love study less, but that I love fun more." MUNEY, ESTHER-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 4: Internation- al club 3.--"Men don't interest me--much l" SENIORS MALCOURONNE, ADELE--Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee club 2: Op- eretta chorus 3: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Spilled Ink Staff 3, 4: Bas- ketball 2: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1 ,2, 3, 4: Double A Follies 1, 2, 4: Operetta 4: "D" Club 4: Spanish club 4: Knights and Pages 4: Sharks club 1, 2: Debate club 1, 2: Press club secretary 3, mem- ber 4.-"Chaperones are all right, but chaps by themselves are better." MARSHALL, LEE--"He ruleth all the roost." MARTINEZ, LLOYD - Football lsquadl 1: Track tsquadj 1, Z, 3, 4: Spanish club 3, 4: Tumbl- ing 2. "Those million dollar legs I" MELLON, MARGARET - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3.-"Let thy words be feW." MONTONY. FERRIS - Football tsquadl 1: Basketball fsquadj 1: Track tsquadj 1, 3: Student Council representative 1: Senior I-Ii-Y 3, 4: International club 3, 4.-"A man after his own heart." MONTGOMERY, ESTHER -- Round Table 3, 4: Benzene Ring 4: North Side Intermediate, Boulder, Colorado 1: State pre- paratory School, Boulder, Colo- rado 2.-"To be simple is to be great." MONTGOMERY, ROBERT-Bem zene Ring 4.-"Oh to understand the opposite sex!" MONREAN. DELBERT-Judging team. 1: Benzene Ring 4: Radio club 4: F. F. A. 1: Poultry Judg- ing team 1.-"Girls don't inter- est me, and neither does danc- ing." - MOORE. BEATRICE-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4: Knights and Pages 4.-"A light heart lives long." MOORHOUSE, MILDRED-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, Z: Lambkin staff 4: Spanish club 4: Knights and Pages 4: Benzene Ring 4: Sharks club 3, 4: Press club 4: International club 3, 4. -All kind of smiley round the lips." MURRAY, DONALD. NICHOLAS, JEANETTE - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee club 4: Or- chestra 1, 2: Spilled Ink staff 4: Lambkin staff 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3: Volley Ball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 4: Double A Follies 1, 4: Sharks club 2, 3: Press club 4. 5"None knew thee but to love ee." NIX, DOROTHY-Round Table 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: V01- ley Ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, vice president 3: president 4: Boosters club 2, 3, president 4: Knights and Pages 4.-"There is a garden in her face." OAKES, DALE-Tennis fsquadb 2: Benzene Ring 4: Sharks club 1, 2, 3: Senior Hi-Y 3, 4: Inter- national club 3, 4.-"He would speak dlsrespectffully of the equator." ORR, GERALD-Class vine DPGS- ident 2: Football 2, 3, 4: Track fsquadb 1, 4: Benzene Ring 4: Junior Hi-Y 1, 2.-"A good time now is worth two in the future." OYLER. GEORGE -' F0otball tsquadb 2, 3: Basketball tsquadl l, 2, 3, team captain 4: Tennis 1. 2. 3, 4: Track tsquadj 1. 2. 3. 4: Benzene Ring 4: Latin club 3: Junior Hi-Y 1, 2: Senior I-Ii-Y 3, 4.-'When love and duty clash, let duty go to smash." PARKER, FLOYD WAYNE--Glee club 1, 2: Operetta .Chorus 11 Band 1, 2, 3, 4:'Benzene Ring 41 Aviation clulbf treasurer 4.- "Flunk not and-ye shall grad- uate." : PARKERSON, JENNY WREN- Rouna Table 1, 2. 43. 4: Bound Table Cabinet representative 2. secretary 3, president 4: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: volley Ball 1. 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1, .2J't3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3, 411111- School award 3: Junior Dlay 33 Double A Follies 1.. 2, -3. Vaudevllle 4: Student Council representative 3: Boosters club 1, 3, 43 --D" Club 3, 4: Knights and Pages 4: Sharks'club 1. 22 National Honor Society 3: D765- ident 4.-"Man has his will, but woman has her way." PENNINGTON, VIRGINIA - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council representative 1.-"'Tis true that she is much inclined, to chin and talk with all man- kind." POPE, MARGUERITE M.-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Knights and Pages 4: Benzene Ring 4: Latin club 3, 4: Sharks club 3, Secre- tary 4: International club 3.- "As well be out of thelworld as out of style." , PRENDERGAST, BRUCE-Boosb ers club 1: Benzene Ring 4.- "Formed on the good old-fash- ioned plan, a brave and honest man." THIRTY-ONE THE LAMBKIN :i- -- -1- -1 - REESE, WENDELL-Glee club 43 Operetta chorus 43 Mixed chorus 43 Football tsquadb 13 Track tsquadll, team 3, 43 Stu- dent Council representative 1, 23 "D" Club 43 Stage crew 4: Jun- ior Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 International club 3.-"Never do today what you can possibly put off till tomorrow." ROGERS, FLORENCE-Class vice president I3 Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Round Table Chapter chair- man 3, 43 Glee club 13 Spilled Ink staff 2, 33 Student Council representative 43 Spanish club president 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring vice president 43 Sharks club 2, 3, vice presi- dent 1, 43 National Honor Soci- ety 3, vice president 43 Press club 33 National Forensic Soci- ety 3, president 43 Social Coord- ination Committee 33 Awards and Merits Committee 43 Debate club 3, 43 Debate team 3, 43 Or- atory 2, 3.-"But to see her was to love her." ROSS, HARRY-Class secretary 43 Glee club 2, 3, 43 Operetta chorus 1. 2, 33 Orchestra 43 Band 1, 3, 43 Mixed chorus 3, 43 Spill- ed Ink staff 43 Major play 3, 43 Vaudeville 33 Operetta 43 "D" Club 3, 43 Press club 4.-"A lit- tle nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men," RUCKER, CLAUDINE - Round Table 3, 43 Glee club 43 Oper- etta chorus 43 Assistant editor of Lambkin 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Sharks club 3, 43 Rocky Ford High School 1, 2.-"To those who know thee not no words can paint." REUBEL, RUBY-Round Table 4: Sharks club 43 Brighton High School, Brighton, Colorado 1, 2, 3.-"Sweet as the primrosef' RYDER, EMMETT-Glee club 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta chorus 2, 33 Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Publicity Manager 5: Mix- ed chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Spilled Ink staff 53 Track Csquadj 1, 23 All- School award 33 Vaudeville 1, 3, 43 Operetta 43 Boosters club 23 "D" Club 4, 53 Benzene Ring 43 Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, vice president 4, 53 National Honor Society 3, 4. 53 Press club 53 International club 43 Brass Quartette 5.- "Where can I get a date?" SANDERS. DWAIN - Football Csquadl 1, 2, 3, 43 team 5.-"If at first you don't succeed, bluff, bluff, again." SANDERS. DEAN-Football 1, 2, 3, 4 tsquadj, team 5Q Track tsquadl 3, tealn 4.-"So much to do, so little done." SARACINO, AMELIA-Round Ta- ble 1. 2. 3. 4: Knights and Pages 4.-"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation." . -1-ff-3' , . THE LAMBKIN ' 7 gr, SENIORS SARCHET, DORIS-Class presi- dent 33 Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Round Table Cabinet 13 Lamb- kin staff 43 Basketball 1, 23 Vol- ley Ball 13 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Play 33 Double A Fol- lies 2, 43 Dramatics Business manager 43 Boosters club 1, 2, 43 "D" Club 3, 43 president 43 Ben- zene Ring' 43 Sharks club 2, 33 National Honor Society 43 Press club 43 International club 3.- "It requires a surgical opera- tion to get a joke into an Eng- lish understanding." SCHINDLER, WALTER-Vaude- ville 13 Aviation club president 43 Tumbling 2, 3, 43 Boosters club 1.-"If he has any fault he has left us in doubt." SCHUREMAN, FRED-Glee club 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta chorus 1, 2, 33 Mixed chorus 1, 3, 43 Track fsquadh 1, 2, 33 All-School award 33 Operetta 43 "D" Club 43 Latin club 33 Sharks club 1, 2, 33 Jun- ior Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 International club 4.-"Speak to him of Jacob's ladder and he would ask the number of the steps." SCOTT, IRENE-Round Table 3, 43 Spanish club 43 Benzene Ring 43 Sharks club 43 Press club 3, 43 Spanish club 43 Ben- zene Ring 43 Sharks club 43 Press club 3, 43 Spilled Ink staff 33 International club 43 Deer Trail High School, Deer' Trail, Colorado. 1. 2.-"Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever." SIMPSON, ROBERT-Glee club 33 Basketball fsquadb 2, 3, 43 Sharks club 2, 33 Tumbling 23 Loveland High School, Love- land, Colorado, 1.-"The frivol- ous work of polished idlenessf' SLAYTON, BETTY-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4.-"Nothing is im- possible to a willing heart." SLOAN, JULIANA-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta chorus 3, 43 Glee club 1, 2, 3, 43 Double A Follies 13 Knights and Pages 4, --"Her enchanted hair was the first gold." SLOAN. SYLVIA-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 2, 3, 43 Oper- etta chorus 3, 4.-"'Tis love that makes the world go round." SMITH, ANNA MAE-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 3, 43 Op- eretta chorus 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 23 Double A Follies 1, 23 Sharks club 1, 2, 3.-"Flirtation is at- tention without intention." . SMITH, R. DEAN-Glee club 2: Operetta chorus 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed chorus 43 Basketball fsquadb 1, 33 Track Csquadj 33 Boosters club 13 Benzene Ring 4. -"Talks little, but certainly gets there." SOMERVILLE, ELAINE-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Spilled Ink staff 3, 43 Basketball 1, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Hockey 1, 2. 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Prop- erties for Dramatics 3, 43 "D" Club 3, 43 Knights and Pages 41 Press club 3, 4.-"Least said is soonest mended." - STANSBURY, JANST-Round Ta- ble 3, 43 Bothwell High School, Bothwell, Washington 13 Doug- lass High School, Douglass, Wyoming 2.--"Once you know her you'll never regret it." STEWART, LEOTA-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 23 Hockey 1, 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.-"A merry heart maketh a cheerful counten- ance." STEWART, RAY-"Men, like bul- lets, go farthest when they are smoothest." 3' STOW, 'JANE-Round table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 3, 43 Operetta chorus 33 Operetta 1: Pl'0DBI'tY Manager for Dramatics 43 "D" Club 4.-"Did you ever 'see a dream dancing?" - SWINSCOE, DOROTHY MAY - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 3, 43 Q-perettaichorus 3, 43 Bas- ketball 1, 23.G. A. A. 1, 23 Double A- Follies 1,1-2: Latin club 3.-"Words never fail her." TAYLOR, LOUISE-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee-club 3,3 43 Oper- etta chorus 3, 43 Mixed chorus 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, .23 Double A Fol- lies 1, 23 Benzene -Ring 43 Sharks club 1, 2, 3.-"She who trifles with all is less likely to fall, than she who trlfles with one." . THOMPSON, MARIE. .Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 2, 3, 43 Operetta chorus 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 23 Spanish club 43 Knights and Pages .43 Sharks club 1, 2, 3-. "Custom cannot stale her in- tinite variety." THOMSON, ED-Football 1, 23 Major play 33 "D" Club 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 International club 4.-"Ah, the 'calm of idle vacancy." TOLIVER, MARY LOUISE-Class vice president 33 Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 1, 23 Basket- ball 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 23 Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Double A Follies 2, 43 Student Council representa- tive 2, 43 Boosters club 2, 3, 43 Knights and Pages 4,3 Benzene Ring 43 Latin club 3, 43 Sharks club 2, 33 National Honor Soci- ety 43 Press club 23 Chairman Round Table chapter3 Social Cc- ordinating Committee' 43 Chair- man, Program committee 4.- "To be young is very Heaven." TOYVNSEND, CHARLES - Track team 43 Benzene secretary 43 Junior Hi-Y 13 Senior Hi-Y 4.- "Towering in the confidence of seventeen." TI-IIRTY-THREE THE LAMBKIN . SENIORS TRUEHEART, KATHERINE - UFFORD, JEAN-Glee Club 1, 2, VAN GORDON, JUNE - Round Round Table 1, 2, 3: Glee club 1: Spanish club 2, 3: Latin club 2, 3.-"Great thoughts come from the heart." TYLER, DOROTHY-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Hockey 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. Board 3: Double A Fol- lies 2, 3, 4: Spanish club 4: Spanish club 4: Knights and Pages 4: Benzene Ring 4: Sharks club 4: International club 4.- "O these athletic women!" THIRTY-FOUR ' 3, 4: Operetta chorus 3: Spilled Ink staff 1, 2: Hockey 1, 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Double A Follies 1: Operetta 4: Boosters club 13 "D" Club 4: Knights and Pages 4: Benzene Ring 4: Press club 2, 3.-"The sweetest garland to a sweet maid." ULRICH, FRANK-Major play 3: Stage crew 3, 4: "D" Club 3, 4: Press club 3, 4: Spllled Ink staff 3: Football fsquadh 1: Forestry club 1.--"My greatest occupa- tion is trying to make the fac- ulty think I'm clever." Table 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 22 Double A Follies 1, 23 Boosters club 23 Knights and Pages 4: Benzene Ring 4.-"VVhat is there she can't do to a male heart?" WAGNER, FRANCES MAY - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Re- serve 2.-"Silence is more elo- quent than words." WALTERS, WILMA-Round Ta- b1e'1, 2, 3, 4: Sharks club 2, 3, 4: Debate club 3: International club 4.-"Studlous to please." It .5 ,.--. -f 5 1 'f- "Uwe THE LAMBKIN - -S 1 fi 7' SEN IORS 'E Az WEINLE, FRANK-Glee club 35 WILSON, KERMIT-Band 45 Ma- YOUNG, MARGARET-Class Vice Operetta chorus 2, 35 Mixed chorus 45 Spilled Ink staff 35 Spilled Ink assistant editor 4: Major play 35 Junior play 35 Vaudeville 3,45 Operetta 45 "D" Club 35 secretary-treasurer 45 Latin club 35 president 45 Sharks club 25 Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 Press club 3, vice president 45 International club 3, vice presi- dent 45 Kearney High School, Kearney, Nebraska, 1. - "I-Ie'd make a good lawyer, he's had so many cases." WEISS, PAUL-Band .1, 2, 3, Aviation club 4.-"His bark is worse than his bite." WILMOT, WAYNE-Track squad 2, 3, team 4.-"A quiet man and a good athlete." WILSON, KEITH-Class treasur- er 35 Glee club 1, 2, 3, 45 Oper- etta chorus 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Boys' quartette 55 Mixed chorus 2, 3, 4. 55 All-School award 35 Major play 55 Vaudeville 2, 45 Oper- etta 4, 55 Student Council repre- sentative 25 Boosters club 15 "D" Club 4, 55 Benzene Ring 45 Junior Hi-Y 1, 25 Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, treasurer 55 National Honor Society 4, 5.-"Ah what a heav- en is love!" jor play 45 Operetta 45 "D" Club 45 Grover High school, Grover, Colorado 1, 2, 3.-"He is like a cock who thought the sun had risen to hear him croW." WISE, VIRGINIA-Class Presi- dent 15 Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Round Table Cabinet 2, 35 Glee club 2, 35 Girls' sextette 35 Mix- ed chorus 3, 45 Spilled Ink Lit- erary Editor 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 25 G. A. A. 15 All- School award 35 Major play 35 Vaudeville 35 Operetta 3, 45 Stu- dent Council representative 2, 35 Boosters club 2, 35 "D" Club 3, 45 Knights and Pages Presi- dent 45 Benzene Ring 45 Span- ish club 45 National Honor So- ciety 3, 45 Press club 2.-"I can't be bothered." WITHROW, AMY-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish club 2.-"Is my nose shiny?" WOODSIDE, FRANCES-Benzene Ring 45 Rocky Ford High School, Rocky Ford, Colorado, 1, 2, 3.-"The heartbreakerf' president 45 Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Round Table Cabinet 25 Spilled Ink staff 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Base- ball 1, 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Hock- ey 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 All-School award 35 Major play 45 Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council vice president 45 Class representative 1, 3, 45 Boosters club 3, 45 "D" Club 45 Knights and Pages 45 Benzene Ring 45 Latin club 35 Sharks club 1, 3, vice president 25 Na- tional Honor Society 3, secre- tary 45 International club 3, vice president 45 Yell leader 45 International club 2, 35 Flag raiser 45 Oratory 1, 2.-"The blush is beautiful, but lt is sometimes lnconvenient.' BARNHART, VIOLA-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4.-"You can have Dick and Tom-I'l1'take Harry." MARSH, HARRY-Aviation club 4.-"What shoulda man do but he merry?" . PEAL, FAYE-Round Table 1. 2, 3, 45 Knights and Pages 4.- "Going to the dance tonight?" SENIOR PICTURES NOT TAKEN ARMSTRONG, TRUMON-Spilled Ink staff 5 Sharks club 1, 25 Press club 2, 3, 4.-"Be happy today for tomorrow we flunk." BAECHLER, FRANK - Radio club 45 Football tsquadb 4.- "Dependability not speed." BOHNKE, Ernest-"An honest man's the noblest Work of God." BOYLES, RAY-South Denver High School, Denver, Colorado, 45 Football tsquadb 1, 2, 35 Bas- ketball tsquadj 1, 2, 45 Track team 1, 2, 3, 4.-"Bashful, yet one who merits the respect of all." BRANDNER, ARTHUR - Foot- ball tsquadl 1. 2, 45 Track fsquadj 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Hi-Y 2. -"All work and no play is not the life for me." BRESNAI-IAN, ANABEL- Ala- mosa High School, Alamosa, Colorado, 1.-"Good nature ls always a success." BREZINA, JERRY - Judging team 1, 35 Crops club 1, 2, pres- ident 3, secretary 45 Forestry club 1, vice president 25 Live- stock club 1, 2, secretary 35 F. F. A. vice president 1, reporter 2. member 3, vice president 4. "Ernestness and industry and yet a merry heart." BROWN, HARVEY - Benzene Ring president 45 Latin club 35 Aviation 45 Honor Society 4.- "No man at one time can be wise and love." BURLINGAME, ROBERT - Ben- zene Ring 45 Radio club 2, 4.- "A man's a man and yet at times-." CASADY, LOUISE-"She's a win- some, wee thing." CLARK, HENRY - "Silence is golden, but I don't hoard my gold." CLAMMER, FORREST-"He has honor won on the football field." DARLAND, CLAIR-"So Sweet the blush of bashfulnessf' DEPEW, CRYSTAL-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4.-"Sing away sor- row, cast away care." DINNEBECK, JOAN-Round Ta- hle 1, 2, 3, 45-"Her modest looks the cottage might adorn." ELLIOTT, THELMA.-"Laughter marked her for its own." FARRIS, KEITH.-Track, 1, 2, 35 lsquadl5 Student Council repre- sentatlve 15 F. F. A. 1. GIBBS, DORIS-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4.-"She loveth pleasure." GROSHONG, DONALD - Benzene Ring 45 Radio club 4.-"No man I fear, nor woman neither." G-ROVER, RACHEL-Round Ta.- ble 1, 2, 3, 545 Volley Ball 15 G. A. A. 15 Sharks club 2.-"If her hands were bound, she would be tongue-tied." HARRIS, SAM - Noel, High School, Noel, Missouri, 1. 2.- "His ambition is to be tall." TI-I IRTY-FIVE THE LAMBKIN if ..-Q ' ' X714 KxsI""' -sg. -we-.5 L,- SENIOR PICTURES NOT TAKEN HIGGINSON, ALBERT - Tennis lsquadh 4: Judging team For- estry 3: secretary 4: Livestock club 4, 5: F. F. A. 3, 4, president 5.-"Prisoner of hope." HURT, LUCILE-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4.-"What can I say better than silence ls?" KIMBLE, MERLE-Glee club 1, 2. 3: Operetta chorus 1, 2, 3: Mixed chorus 1: Track fsquady 1, 2: Junior Hi-Y 1, 2.-"Hang study! Care will kill at cat." LAIRD, LESTER - F o o t b all tsquadl 1, 2, 3, 4: Track team 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Hi-Y 2: Senior Hi-Y 3, 4.-"Woman's at best a contradiction stlll." LAPE, GENEVA-Round Table 3, 4: Spllled Ink staff 4: Basket- ball 3: Volley Ball 3: G. A. A. 3: Spanish club 4: Honor Society 4: Press club 4: Hugoton High School, Hugoton, Kansas 1, 2.- "Kind hearts are more than coronets." MAILR, LAURA-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4.-"A quiet nature wins many friends." MEANS, ESTHER-"Variable as the shade." MORTON, MAUDE-"Lucky are those who have the gift of mak- ing friends." MYERS. GERTRUDE - Lyons High School, Lyons, Kansas 1, 2, 3.-"True worth is in being, not seeming." MICHAUD, GEORGE - Football lsquadl 1, 4: Radio club secre- tary 4.-"Me for the simple life." O'NEAL, BRUCE - Football Csquadb 1, 3, 4: Track fsquadl 1. 2.-"Do you know a cowboy song?" PATTERSON, CARMA - Round Table 3, 4: Blytheville High School, Blythevllle, Arkansas 1, 2.-"I live for those who love me." THIRTY-SIX PAYTON, GLENDA-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Volley Ball 1, 2: Hockey 1, 2: G. A. A. 1, 2: Double A. Follies 1, 2.-"She'll make life what it ought to be." PHILIPS, GENEVIE-Round Ta- ble 4: National Honor Society 4: Logan County High School, Sterling Colorado 1, 2, 3.-"All that I am or ever hope to be I owe to Sterling." PORTNER, RUTH-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4.-"Work ls wonderful if one doesn't weaken," PRENDERGAST, KATHLEEN - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4.-"A mer- ry heart that laughs at care." REED, EDITH-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.-"Talk makes the World go round." SCHELL, FRANCOIS-"A new senior and a nice one, too." SCOTT, JOHN-Glee club 3: Op- eretta chorus 3: Mixed chorus 3: Judging team 4: Livestock club president 4: Cache La Poudre, Laporte, Colorado 1, 2.-"A sturdy son of the soil." SHARP. LEONA-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4.-"Basking in the light on Seniordom." SNELLING, KATHERINE - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4.--"The rule of my life is to make pleas- ure my business." SNOW, LOIS-Round Table 1, 2, 3 4 "Have you noticed her dimples?" , .-- SPIHER, PHYLLIS-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4.-"Always a. smile to greet you." STEPHENS, RAY - Football, manager 4: Track manager 4: Benzene Ring 4: Brush High School, Brush, Colorado 1.- "He's here for business." STONEMETS, WANDA - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Benzene Ring 4. -"A quiet girl .with quiet ways." TAYLOR, ALLEN-Mixed chorus 4: Operetta. 4: Track fsquadj 3, 4: International club 4.-"If I once get started, I'm pretty wild." TAYLOR DALE-"There's noth- ing so kingly as kindness." TURNER, LILLIAN-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4.-"Outward appear- ance charms the eye, but merit wins the soul." VAN SICKLE, MERRITT-Foob ball fsquadj 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball isquadj 1, 2: Track tsquadl 3, 4.-"His heart runs away with his head." VIGIL, GABRIEL-Spanish club 3.-"Good nature is always a. success." WAKEFIELD, LOIS - "Little, but loquaciousf' WEBSTER, CHARLES-Benzene Ring 4: Santa Barbara High School Santa Bargara, Californ- ia 1.-"W0uld that I might live at ease and not be bound to think." WHITFORD, DOROTHY - "Her ways are ways of pleasant- ness." WINTER, ALICE--Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4.-"Silence never be- trays you." WIXON, FRANCES-Round Ta- ble 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Volley Ball 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Double A Fol- lies 2, 3.-'Tve had a. good time and I don't care who knows it." t ce neverf-ending trail in fix' THE LAIVIBKIN F gli? - FACULTY Administration WARD I. MILLER A.B., A.M University of Denver Denver, Colorado W. S. TATUM A.B., A.M University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado English BARBARA BEILLOWS University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan A.B J OANNE BAI-IR A.B Wittenburg College Springfield, Ohio ION FULLER A.B., B.E. 0 fl University of Colorado A.M ' Boulder, Colorado University of California Berkeley, California MABEL JOHNSON A.B University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado MUNDELL A.B University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado SUE QUICK Ph.D Dennison University Granville, Ohio ,j r MARY TYRE A.B F' ,cf I ' University of Denver M ' Denver, Colorado , Mathematics K DAN BEATTIE B.S. Colorado Agricultural College THIRTY-EIGHT T. R. BLEVINTS A.B. Washburn College A Topeka, Kansas yn VERA HICKMAN Qjtl' A.B. University of De ver Denver, Colorado ALVIN SANSBURN A.B. Colorado Teachers College Greeley, Colorado Foreign Languages KATHERINE FULFORD A.B. Bucknell College ' ll, P ' If F fkkne Z enxryylvanla xi: HELEN KNOWLES "mai Colorado College Colorado Springs, Colorado ALICE PERSON A.B. University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado Social Sciences LILLIAN CATREN A.B. Colorado College Colorado Springs, Colorado ROY M. LANGDON A.B., A.M. University of Illinois Urbana, Illinois University of Denver Denver, Colorado LENA STEWART A.B. Nebraska Wesleyan Lincoln, Nebraska ALICE R. WOLFE A.B., A.M. University of Denver Denver, Colorado f , r THE LAMBKIN -z- A- - Sx'k A FACULTY i L lv WJFE' pglfifl qScience Shop A A JOHN S. CONGYDON A.B., A.M. OTIE REESE Wheaton College Wheaton, Illinois CHARLES FARNHAM A.B Wheaton College Wheaton, Illinois MIRIAM JOHNSON B.S Colorado Agricultural College Fort Collins, Colorado MILD I A.B n' 1ty of Colorado vi oulder, Colorado J. R. LANPHEAR Baker University Baldwin, Kansas Ferris Institute Big Rapids, Michigan BERTHA McNABB University of Denver Denver, Colorado Kansas State Teachers College Hayes, Kansas Art LAURA PURCELL B.S Colorado Agricultural College Fort Collins, Colorado Physical Education LORNA MUFLDER B.S University of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa F. J. TREFFEISON B.S Colorado Agricultural College Fort Collins, Colorado Southern Illinois Normal Carbondale, Illinois Colorado Agricultural College Fort Collins, Colorado C. W. VEST U ' e Iowa a ' y, Illinois C Agricultural College , ort Collins, Colorado Agriculture LLOYD ASPINWALL Colorado Agricultural College Fort Collins, Colorado Music KATHRYN BAUDER Colorado Agricultural College Fort Collins, Colorado Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois University of Southern California Los Angeles, California GREGORY BUECHE B.M. University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas Secretary FAYE EPLEY Fort Collins High Fort Collins, Colorado ' 1 'TN - Librarian GERTRUDE McCRUM B.S. Colorado Agricultural College Fort Collins, Colorado THIRTY-NINE THE LAMBKIN A' M 7, ON WRITING AN ANNUAL In publishing an annual it is possible to start early in the year, but it is more fun to leave the composition of the book until the last two weeks, and within that time to do all the work. This is not absolutely necessary, but I would advise such practice for amateurs. The miain benefit to be gained from this procedure is that it gives the Sponsor, Editor, and Asso- ciate Editor so much spare time to receive callers. If the staff is at all popular, there should be at least twenty callers and two Freshmen a day. These visitors should be treated with extreme polite- ness. As a good host, the editor should stop all work, bring forth the mount boards, go over them with his guests, and point out pictures of in- terest. But if he wishes to be still more charming, he will interpret the pictures and explain the jokes. In case any one of the callers feels Baron Munchausen-ish it would be the height of ill manners to interrupt him. Listen interestedly and suppress all yawns. When you can stand it no longer, invite the guest firmly through gritted teeth to return some other time and escort him to the door. Refreshments are not necessary, but to insure a good crowd through- out the week, a snack should be served at least two different nights. Stale candy and cake snitched from the Ladies' Aid Society are recommended. Toward the end of the work the staff should treat itself to a climb to the tower on top of the building. With this purpose in mind it is wise to cultivate the good graces of a kindly janitor. If your school does not afford a cupola, the roof will answer the same purpose. Gentlemenly conduct of ladder-climvbing should be observed. See Emily Post, Rule 29. It is proper to, step on the third finger of the left hand of the person below you when coming down ladders. An ideal staff should consist of a very determined editor who is op- posed to the views of everyone else and who has a full vocabulary of clever names for his helpers: a sarcastic yet very "noble" sponsorg three art ed- itors with divided opinions, one, preferably a boy with original ideas of spelling, two assistant editors, a junior boy to drop in in an off-hand man- ner monthly and advise the sponsor, and a senior girl to be general "handy man" andlgoat for the staff, to say nothing of an over-worked typist. When mounting individual pictures the staff should mount several views of eachperson. This does away with the necessity of any last minute switching, of one pose for another by any vacillating senior who follows his friend's advice. Each member of the staff should take one try at chew- ing rubber cement. Once is generally enough. Put in only those snapshots which have some definite theme back of them, as leap frog and so on in order not to offend anyone. Any dramatic poses of the two opposite sexes, as a struggling girl in the vice-like grip of a boy, would be poor material. Children's pictures should not be accepted, particularly those of early years of infancy. Quotations about seniors should be published a week before press time to enable the class either to submit their own or to change the staf'f's choice. This will avoid com-plications, such as fair maidens' weeping on the editor's shoulder. And last but by no means least, never forget the dear teachers. Flat- ter them by putting into the book their clever sayings or stories. If you do all these things, I'll guarantee yours will be the cleverest story book that the school has ever seen. Also you will doubtless have to spend the week after the annual makes its appearance in severe and strict seclusion. FUIITY WIFE IDURIF ff , Z xx Sn, Z 4 'v- xf! , ' ff XX F A X THE LAMBKIN THE LANIBKIN Fifth Row-Schroer, Dilts, Johnson, Barnes. - I ' ' ' Fourth Row-Bigelow, Earl, Hall, McMillan, Trimble. Third Row-Munsell, Westfall, Sap, Peiterson, Dunlap. ' - Second Row-Richards, Tolliver, Kimball, Mr. Langdon, Clayton, Avery, Marshall Rogers. First Row-H. Link, Nix, Dalziel, Young, Ellis, Lawrence, D. Link. STUDENT COUNCIL President -....................... ...... J ack Clayton . Vice President .... .... M argaret Young Secretary ....... ......, Ki rby Dalziel ' ' Treasurer ..... .......... W ard Miller Sponsor- ....................... Mr. Roy M. Langdon Every other Tuesday at fifth period this body meets in Mr. Langdon's room, a motley group consisting of freshmen, sophomores, juniors' and seniors. The high and mighty seniors rule the assemblage intellectually as well as numberically. They hold many weighty discussions and arguments on subjects of school Warfare, for on their shoulders rests the burden of the student gov- ernment of the school. Their main jo-b this year was to intrench the Social Hrour more firmly as a regular part of the school's activities. When it Was thought that existing conditions would make the publi- cation of a Lamlbkin impossible this year, the Student Council took up the task and put it over. This is characteristic of the fine work of the or- ganization. FORTY-THREE THE LAMBKIN ,gr , if Fifth Row-Hildebrandt, Uyler, Berman, Orr. Prendergast, Parker, Smith, Groshong, Cox, Jackson. Fourth Row-Gardner, H. Montgomery, Honnold, R. Montgomery, Young, Hunter, Mc- Cutcheon, Hough:-im, Cooper. Third llow-Toliver, Scott, Ufford. Pope, Howell, Tyler. Taylor, Hall. Vzln Gordon, WVise. Second How-Rucl-ter, Morehouse, Rogers, Brown, Mr. Farnham, Townsend, Munson, McGowan, Foster. Fir:-it Row-Morton. VVuodside, Eherle, Malcouronne, Kreutzer, Link, Young, Siirchet. BENZENE RING President ............................ Harvey Brown Vice President ...................... Florence Rogers Secretary-treasurer ................ Charles Townsend Sponsor .........,.......... Mr. Charles V. Farnham The chance to watch countless chemical experiments and not have to record them would appeal to innumerable Chemistry students, I am sure. That is just what is done in Benzene Ring. Besides the experiments, mov- ing pictures of the various topics are shown. Once a year the club puts on a program for assembly. This year it included a short play, a skit on cotton, and some tunes played on glass funnels. Along with practically every other organization in the school, Benzene Ring suffers from the spring picnic habit. To qualify for the club, members must have a B grade or better for the first period. Fl JRTY-FOUR THE LAMBKIN Fifth Row-Toliver, Robinson, Bunger, M. Prendergast, Kimble, Bnrnhart, Bartels, S. Prendergast. Fourth Row-England, Scott, Smith, Richards, Baird, M. Brooks, Bush Schureman, Sarchet. Third Row-Kimball, Allen, Jesser, Johnson, Wylie, Akin, Burrill, Jackson, Kreutzer. Second Row-Schafer, Parkerson. Eberle, Dalziel, Miss Mulder, H. Link, Hoffman, Bascom. First Row-Worth, Avery, Rudolph, D. Link, Nix, Young, A. Marshall, Underwood. BOOSTERS CLUB President ........................,..... Dorothy Nix Vice President ........................ Dorothy Link Secretary ........ - .............. - -..--Lucile Rudolph Sponsor ......................... Miss Lorna Mulder Some peppy organization, the Boosters Club, with their purple and gold outfits Which they wear every Friday! From a list of twenty candidates nominated by the club itself, ten girls are chosen from each class. The lo-yal Boosters sell tickets to every game and play. You can be sure to find them at any football or basketball game. They even go to track meets! At basketball and football games they put on stunts between halves. Girl Cheer leaders also come from this group. FORTY- FIVE THE LAMBKIN ' " V Fourth Row-Rucker, XValters, Mosher, Bnnfzer. Third Row-Scott. McDougall, Tyler, Smith. Second Row-Moorhouse. NVidman, Thoinpson, Larson. First Row-Pope, Rogers, Mr. Langdon, Greene, Hahn. DEBATE AND SI-IARKS CLUB President .......................... Woodrow Greene Vice President ...................... Florence Rogers Secretary-treasurer---. -- ....... Marguerite Pope Sponsor ........................ Mr. Roy M. Langdon As the name indicates, this club is composed of "Shark" debaters. The Fort Collins Interscholastic debaters are Florence Rogers, Jeanette Hahn, Elllio Thompson, Woodrow Greene and Lisle Widman. They have partici- pated in nineteen debates with the following teams: Longmont, Galeton. Eaton, Rock Springs, Wyoming, and Greeley. Lisle Widman and Woodrow Greene were present at the State Championship Tournament at Boulder and debated with Littleton, Rocky Ford, Grover, Cathedral, and Fort Mor- gan. Debates were of both decision and non-decision types. Sharks Club meets once a month at the various homes of the mem- bers. The programs consist of serious and humorous debates, and talks by outside speakers on debate. The clulb consists of about twenty members. In the State Championship Debate Tournament held in March at the University of Colorado, the Fort Collins debate team took part. Woodrow Greene reached the finals of the Extemporaneous Speaking contest, but was defeated in that by the representative from State Preparatory School at Boulder. FURTY-SIX THE LAMBKIN Fifth Row--Stakebnke. McMillan. Irwin. Beardsley, Kermit Wilson, Wisdom, Fallon, F. Hall, D. Hall, Hiigel, Miller. Fourth llow-Sc-hureman, Reese, Holsinger, Sudduth, VVeinle, Ross, li. Brack, lfZlll2lVL'l, Barnes, Schroer, Earl. Third Row-Bowen, Ryder, H. Bruck, Malcouronne, Link, Howell, Ufford. Mfirshzxll, Clay- ton. K. VVilson, Johnson. Second liow---Young, .l'. Irwin, Stowe. Miss Johnson, Seyster, Bullard, Brooks, Mcliougrill, Hildebrandt. Robinson. First liow-Sari-liet. Eherle, Lzindon, Parker:-son, Dalziel, Tobiskzi. DRAMATIC CLUB President ............................. Doris Sarchet Vice President ................... Lawrence McMillan Secretary-treasurer ............. .--i .... Frank Weinle Sponsor ........................ Miss Mabel Johnson The only time the Dramatic Club comes prominently to light is at the Vaudeville which it puts on annually in the spring. But it is the Dramatic club which puts over all our plays and the operetta. Its members are the poor fellows who have the job of selling tickets, being on the stage crew, and generally doing the "dirty Work" behind scenes. They hold initiations three times a year and are those initiations tough! In order to be paddled on one of these affairs in the hills, one must have a lead in either the Major or Junior play or in the Operetta. FURTY-SEVEN THE LAIVIBKIN ,JL l ,Y 17 43- -1, f 5 ' ' 4? " Fifth RowfXYilson. K. Johnson, Stunsbury, Dilts. XVm-inle. Graham. Fourth Row-Case, Crain, White, Ritter, B. Johnson, Sudduth, Oakes, Third Row-Kreutzvr, Svhureman, Culbertson, Hoerlein, Townsend, Cox, Iles-se Sc-cond Row--Li-any W'olf, Fallon, Mr. Blevins, McCutcht-on. Hyder. First lluw--Iiurrill. Uyler, VVestfall, Irwin, Clayton. SENIOR HI-Y President .......................... Bob McCutcheon Vice President ..,.-.................. Emmett Ryder Second Vice President ....... - ....... Jack Beardsley Secretary ......A......................... Dick Hall Treasurer ............................. Keith Wilson Sponsor ......... .. ................. Mr. T. R.-Blevins Hi Y is one of the oldest organizations of the school. It is a club which exists for the purpose of fostering high standards of Christian character throughout the school and community. However, members are not so dig- nified as they sound. They throw a Best Girls' Banquet and a Spring Picnic that vies with the best of them. The club has regular meetings with interesting speakers and good en- tertainment. It cooperates with the Round Table to distribute baskets of food at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Fm iwlw'-1':1f:n'l' THE LAIVIBKIN Fourth Row-Cowan, Conrey, Curtis, Portner, Third Row-Otis, B. Trimble, J. Hall, W. Miller, Young. Se ond R D k C' T' bl K M'll C . ,c .ow-H ec er, ,. rim e, .. 1 er, avness, Case, Holsinger. First Row-Moseley, VVhitaker, Mr. Lanphear, Avery, Wisdom, Barnes. JUNIOR HI-Y President ........................ ---Keith Miller Vice President ------ ----------- W ard Miller Secretary-treasurer ---- ---------------- J oe Hall Sponsor ...-.....--..--.---- .--Mr. John R. Lanphear Junior Hi-Y is an organization similar to the Senior Hi-Y, but com- posed of Freshmen and Sophomore boys. Members of the Hi-Y do not automatically become members of Senior Hi--Y, but they are eligible to join. Among the festivities held this year were Skating Parties and a Father and son Banquet. W The clulb's aim is to foster a better character and create a better High School spirit among the boys. FORTY-NINE THE LAMBKIN . Fourth Row-Larson, Thomson, Dilts, Brolliar, Hildebrandt. Third Row-Montony, Brewer, Walters, Casper, Berman, Taylor. Sec-ond Row-Cresswell, Cox, Schuremun, Scott. Marshall. First Row-W'einle, Miss VVolfe, Hull, Clayton, Young, Mr. Langdon. INTERNATIONAL CLUB President ............................. Jack Clayton Vice President ...................... Margaret Young Secretary ............................ .- - - -Dick Hall Sponsors .... -Miss Alice R. Wolfe, Mr. Roy M. Langdon The International Club broadens the sympathy and understanding of the members for nations other than their own. It carries on a study of in- ternational relations. Various speakers on subjects of international im- portance appear before the club from time to time. Representatives were chosen from the club, to the conference of the Northern Colorado International Clubs held this year at Greeley. Different types of governments Were discussed there, namely: Democracy, Fascism, Hitlerism, and Communism. Fort Collins rated two of the main speeches of the plenary session of the Conference. The organization meets once a month at the high school. FIFTY THE LAMBKIN 41--iff ' Fifth Row-Kreutzer, Thompson, Van Gordon, Young, Sarchet, Toliver, Klinker. Fourth Row-Goodson. Saraoino, Hahn, Peal. Moore, Pope. Hildebrandt, Howell. Third Row-Parkerson, Gardner, Bush, Brooks, Nicholas, Armitage, McGowan, Bunger, M D ll T le ' c ouga , y r. Second Row-Bullard, D. Link, Malcouronne, Miss Catren, Rucker, Moorhouse, Cooper, Rogers. First Row-Somerville, Avery, Vvithrow, Wise, Ufforri, Foster, Sloan. KNIGHTS AND PAGES President- -.- - ....................... Virginia Wise Spo-nsor ..... --- .... Miss Lillian B. Catren Knights and Pages organization is composed of Senior girls who take an active part in Round Table. It is a function of the Round Table and is sponsored by Miss Catren. The "Big Sisters" meet in the spring and are assigned their "Little Sisters" for the following year. In the fall it is the duty of the elder girls to explain the school, help the new girls arrange their schedules, and ac- quaint them with their teachers. They also try to interest the new girls in Round Table. In short they try to be real sisters, to set up high ideals of scholarship and conduct of honor in work and play, and generally to promote a spirit of good fellowship in the school. The Little Sister Teas, in October, are always as greatly enjoyed by the hostesses as by the guests. FIFTY-ONE THE LAIVIBKIN Fourth R,rww-'l'olliver, Hildebrandt, Dagget, McGregor, Desjardins. Third IUJW--I'I'0lldf'I'g'ilSil, Link, 'l'routm:1n, lioemer. Partridgre, '1'rueh:irt. Second Row-Ritter, Dilts, Glendenning, Miss Knowles, VVeinle, First Row-W'idmz1n, Pope, Howell, Westfall. LATINA SOCIETAS PHILOSOPHIAE President ............................. Frank Weinle Vice President ....... ........ L ouise Hoffman Secretary-treasurer .... ........ J ames Glendenning Sponsor ..................... Miss Helen V. Knowles Caesar's Rome lives again in the activities of the Latin Club which is organized for the purpose of studying Roman customs, thru their plays, songs, and stories.Its membership is limited to those students who are studying third and fourth year Latin. The members enjoy a very American fall picnic and hold monthly meetings thru the winter in the homes of the members. But the climax of the year comes in the spring when the Roman Banquet is held at the Coun- try Club. The entire dinner is always carried out in Latin style, although these neo-Romans do sit up rather than trust the elbow as their ancient predecessors did. F I l1"l' Y- TWU THE LAIVIBKIN Third Rowflrwin, Rucker. Link. McCutcheon, Brown, VVilson. Second RowfNVise, Tolliver, Miss Bellows, Myers, Lane. First Row-Saircliet, Young, Parkerson, Rogers, McPhillipS, Ryder. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY President .................... Jenny Wren Parkerson Vice President .... ......... ll Iargaret Young Treasurer ..... ......... F lorence Rogers Sponsor .............,......... Miss Barbara Bellows MemTbers of the National Honor Society are chosen on the four-fold basis of character, scholarship, leadership and service, the ideals of the organization. It is the aim of the club to make a permanent index and catalog of colleges giving their location, expenses, and courses offered. This index will be filed in the Vocational Guidance Room for the information of all students. The annual picnic occurs in the Spring. Regular meetings are held at the Various homes. These are usually in the form of covered dish suppers. FIFTYCTHREE THE LAMBKIN -l 1 f-. -F I l Fifth Row-VVidman, H. Brzlck, McMillan, D. Hall, Graham, Schroer, Ryder. Fourth RowALape, Ross, Greene, Reardsley, Sudduth. Berman, Roermer, Hoffman. Third Row-D. Schureman, Surchet, D. Link, Bullard, Nicholas, Hahn, Scott, L. Landon. Second Row-Lawrence, Clippinger, Kreutzer, Miss Wolfe, Miss McNabb, Ruckq, Moorhouse. First Row--Malcouronne, Vllcinle, J. Landon, Eberle, H. Irwin, Avery. PRESS CLUB President ...... .- ...................... Julia Landon Vice President ..............-..... .... F rank Weinle Secretary-treasurer ................... Evelyn Elberle Sponsors ..... Miss Bertha McNabb, Miss Alice R. Wolfe The staffs of both Spilled Ink and Lamblcin make up the Press Club. In the depression years when there is no Lambkin the Spilled Ink holds forth alone. A Fall picnic Where the new-comers are initiated starts the year. Monthly meetings are held at the school Where programs of general jour- nalistic interest are given. Early in January this year some of the members attended the annual press conference at Boulder, which was resumed this winter after a year's suspension because of financial conditions. Early in May the Press Club closes the year's activities with its annual party at the Community Center, a gala aEair Where guests are invited. FIFTY-FOUR THE LAMBKIN Third Row-XVise. Malcouronne, E. Young. Second Row-Goeder, Wilke, Link, Bascom. First Row-S1-lmfer, Miss Catren, Parkerson, Scott. ROUND TABLE President .................... Jenny Wren Parkerson Vice President .... ............ V irginia Wise Secretary ...... ..... Ma rtha Jeanne Schafer Treasurer .... .................... L ouise Scott Sponsor .... ............... M iss Lillian Catren PLEDGE "I give my Word of honor that I will do my best to: Live purely, think truly, Right wrong, and ho-nor God." Round Table is an organization for all High School girls. Its purpose is to promote high ideals, standards of character and scholarship among all High School girls. , The theme carried out this year is the "Book House." Two meetings are held each month, one a general assemubly, and the other separate chap- ter meetings. Interesting programs have been carried out both in the chapters and general meetings. The fall and spring picnics, the Christmas Costume party, and Moth- er's Day program are some of the outstanding social activities of Round Table. The Social Service committee sends out baskets and clothing at Christmas and Thanksgiving. FIFTY-FIVE THE LAMBKIN 4- - Ywief- """L. A Fourth Row-Widman, Lawrence, H. Brack, Roemer, Berman, Hoffman, Graham. Third Row--Clippinger, Ryder, Hahn, Ross, Miss McNabb, Greene, E. Eberle, Bullard. Second Row-Nicholas, Malcouronne, NVeinle, Kreutzer, J. Landon, H. Irwin. First Row-Schureman, L. Landon, McGregor, Robinson, D. Link, Avery. SPILLED INK Editor .............. ............. J ulia Landon Assistant Editors .... ............. M ary Kreutzer Frank Weinle, Hugh Irwin Sponsor ........... --- ....... Miss Bertha McNabb The policy of Spilled Ink is clean journalism, clean sportsmanship, and service to the school at all times. This year, due to financial difficulties, The Express-Courier has contributed one page each Wednesday for Spilled Ink publications. Spilled Ink is a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press, and the National Scholastic Press. The regular staff of the paper belong to the Press Club. FIFTY-SIX THE LAIVIBKIN ,-,H 4 -- Fifth Row-Straub, Honnold, Culbertson, Orr, Martinez, Strauch. Fourth Row-Malcouronne. Case, Klinker, Hannah, Cresswell, Depmey, Scott. Third Row-Thompson, Schindler, Bunger, Tyler, Brolliar, Stuart. Second Row-McGowan, Fallon. Rogers, Miss Person, Barlow, Bascom, Trueheart. First Row-Moorhouse, Laird, Hamilton, Cutting, W'allace, Howell, Lape, LA TERTULIA President ........................... Florence Rogers Vice President ...................... Vivienne Barlow Secretary .............................. Jack Fallon Treasurer ................,........... Betty Bascom Sponsor ...... .. ................... Miss Alice Person Sometime in March a Spanish program in Assembly showed what the Spanish club can do. Costumes, balcony, and guitar transported an inter- ested audience to old Spain in one of the most interesting programs of the year. In their study of Spain the members speak Spanish and give reports on Spanish customs, life, and books. Suppers in Spanish cafes with really Spanish food and a Christmas party as it would be in the land of toreadors add to the interest. FIFTY-SEVEN THE LAMBKIN 5 l - Y M Q-:,LT ,fe FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA President .......................... Albert Hig'g'inSOI1 Vice President ........... .... C layton Eslbelman Second Vice President .... ....... J erry Brezina Secretary .............. ---Lawrence Miller Treasurer ............ ............ S am Vance Reporter .... ............. Fr ank Long' Sponsor ..................... Mr. Lloyd A. Aspinwall What could be a more well rounded organization than one that not only teaches a good vocation, but entertains while it teaches? The F. F. A. promotes agriculture in High Schools, creates more interest in farming, de- velops the boy in scholarship, leadership, and thrift, besides providing re- creational and educational entertainment for him. This club is doing good work in the school, for it provides a real voca- tion which will be of some use to its members after they are out of school. Among the various entertainments provided for during the year are, a fall Weiner fry, initiation, Dad's night, skating party and Folk's night. In April they plan to hold open house for eighth graders, and to hold a joint meeting with Loveland in May. AVIATION CLUB President .......................... Walter Schindler Vice President ....... ............ H arvey Brown Secretarystreasurer .................... Floyd. Parker Sponsor ..................,. Mr. Charles V. Farnham Wings, wheels, point bolts, and wires, all of these go to make up air- planes: and who knows, we may be going to school with some future pilot? The Aviation Club teaches the principles or theory of aviation, creates an interest in aviatio-n in general, and gives practice in making models of planes to illustrate flying. Their meetings are composed o-f talks by members pertaining to planes and flying. Aviators have spoken to them on their experiences. In the spring the clulb plans to have a mpdel airplane meet where pfrizes will be given for the best model planes in the different groups. Rules of the National Aeronautical Association will be followed. RADIO CLUB President .... .............. . --Charles Deeming Secretary ............ --- ....... George Michaud Sponsor ........................ Mr. John S. Congdon The Radio club, a ne-w organization consisting of twelve members, is divided into two groups: Those who have no knowledge of Radio and wish to learng and those who already have their own stations. It is the purpose of the club to teach the first group the essentials of radio and transmission and to give the latter group practice in transmission. The club plans to hold some of its meetings at the various homes of the members where there are real sets hooked up. It also plans to set up a short wave set here in the school. 'FIFTY-EIGHT rc-:alms of IL-zspis and pan THE LAIVIBKIN L, ! Q. ff ,I WT I f- F SIXTY ' "1??' THE LAIVIBKIN THE LAMBKIN -- -.ii-1 - f Y-tix-Ter + - THE POOR NUT What a situation: To earn your way thru college by working in a book- store, to have a very active inferiority complex, but still to be the athletic hero of Ohio State College! This is what happened to John Miller at the Major play, entitled "The Poor Nut." An excellen cast supporting the pro- duction included Jack Clayton as John Miller, the "Poor Nut" in questiong Georgia Lee Seyster, Margery Blake, Harry Ross, Colonel Small, the book- store ownerg Natalie Bullard, Julia Wintersg David Sudduth, "Spike" Hoyt: Bob Jackson, Jack Beardsley "Wally" Pierceg "Kermit Wilson, Prof. Dem- ing: Harold Bowen, "Doc" Sperneyg Dick Hall, a Freshmang others includ- ed George Kanavel, Evelyn Eberle, Margaret Young and Kirby Dalziel. THE CHRISTMAS PLAY 4 The lovely and familiar story of "Why the Chimes Rang" was the an- nual Christmas gift of the high school to the community this year. The art department added a new form of Christmas decoration to the school by decorating the windows on the first landing with mural paintings of the Christmas theme. Proper lighting effects made the display especial- ly attractive at night. " DOUBLE A FOLLIES The "Follies" were cleverly presented in the newspaper office of J. W. Parkerson. Editor Parkerson of the Tattler fell asleep and dreamed the columns of his paper came to life in his office. Some of the articles which he saw were: male quartetteg agriculture newsg farmer chorus, football chorusg classified adsg sport news, and pirates. Two aviators made a forced landing in a desert and were visited by Indians, cowboys and a Hill- billy Band. The "Follies" ended with a chorus by the entire ensemble. It was directed by Miss Lorna Mulder. SIXTY-TWO THE LAMBKIN JOAN OF THE NANCY LEE Pirates, bridesmaids, decks, and moonlight. What could be more colorful for an operetta? The opera concerned itself With the way in which Lady Joanne prevents a mutiny of the crew, and makes herself captain of the ship, deposing her former lover. In the process of the plot, Joanne and Richard become reconciled, and the pirates yield to the charms of the maidens aboard ship. Patty Marshall as Lady Joanna Leyton and Forrest Hall as Sir Richard Camden were the leads. George Kanavel as Lord Egbert Mortimer, Jack Schroer as Jerry, Frank Weinle as Ned Brinkley, Leland Brack as Barnaby Hyde, Keith Wilson as Stephen Lowe, Warren Wis- dom as Bill Bloody, Bo-b Barnes as Monsieur Francois, Clement Hiigel as Signior Doremi, Fred Schureman as Jim Sparks, Lafayette Miller as Sam Lavercot, Alan Taylor as Nick Lewis, Keith Miller as Jonathan Lumley, Harry Ross as Giles Rose, Elsie Achziger as Clarissa Buckingham, Elsie McDougall as Dorinda Harcourt, Jean Irwin as Florinda Harcourt, Ernes- tine Hancock as Mistress Rhoda, Gail Hildebrandt as Dona Eustacia de la Montana, Jean Uiford as Dolores de la Montana, Anne Tobiska as Henrii etta, Evelyn Eberle as Dorothea Alton, Lola Greenacre as Phyllis Page, Adele Malcouronne as Kitty Bellamy, Virginia Wise as Louisa Lowndes, and Jeanette Robinson as Rosamond West. It was produced under the di- rection of Miss Kathryn Bauder and Miss Mabel Johnson. STAGE CREW As the stage crew is always mentioned as those pe-ople who are very necessary to every play, but who silently slave unheard of, we will not speak of them as such. Nevertheless, they deserve praise for their loyalty and good work. Lawrence McMillan is the stage manager and the rest of the crew are: Jack Fallon, Harold Bowen, Eugene Stakebake, Donald Crenshaw, Truman Armstrong, Judson McDonald, Henry Brack and Paul Holsinger. SIXTYJTHREE THE LAIVIBKIN i 41-1' QIXTY-FUU THE LAMBKIN ORCHESTRA President ............................ Betty Bascom Vice President ......................... Don Bigelow Secretary-treasurer ...................... Harry Ross Director ............. -. .......... Mr. Gregory Bueche The Orchestra is enjoying a most successful year under the direction of Mr. Bueche. The 'Orchestra has helped with a.ll dra-matic prroductiolns for the past y'ear rand is fa-st be- ing recognized as one of the leading activities of- the school. The group is looking forward to participating in the state contest early in May. Members of the Orchestra. are: Violins: Cutting, Coffin, Bascom, Oakes, G. Williams, Z. Smith, Sarver, Riote, Dannell, Kimball. Christopher, Hiner, Congdon, Burlingame, Lambkin, -Hunter, M. Smith, Cobb, Strauchg Cellosx J. Irwin, Barlow, B. Williams, E. Youngg Violas: Zabel, Jackson: Clarinets: Keith Wilson, Goodwin: Flute-sg: Farrens, Stuart: Bassoon: Clayton: Oboe: Kinghorng Horns: Vannorsdale, T. Halleyg Drums: C. Johnson: Tzrombones: Lanyon, Bigelow: Trumpets: Ross, Stanley, Adam: Tuba: David Hallg Piano: Richards, Ellis, Bass: Kanavel, M. Jackson, B. Johnson, and Director: Mr. Geogory Beuche. BAND President ................ -. ............. Keith Wilson Vice President ......................... Jack Clayton Secretary-treasurer ................... Curtis Johnson t Librarian ............................... David Heall Director ........................ Mr. Gregory Bueche g In the last three years the Fort Collins High School band has increased from twenty- five to 'sixty-five. It has taken an active interest in all High School activities during the past year. It has been at all the athletic contests and has done much toward helping the team win. The band has gained the reputation of being the finest concert band in Northern Colo- rado. It has also been of great service to the city in helping in all municipal parades. The big event for the band is the annual music contest held in Denver every May. The band is working exceptionally har-d on their contest numbers Finlandia and Semirade. They expect to bring home a share of the awards. A The band is under the direction of Mr. Bueche. To him is due the cre-dit for the exceptional progress recently made by this organization. 1 Members of the band are: Mr. Bueche, Irwin, Strauch, Neiswanger, Munsell, Darnell, Young, Hall, C. Johnson, 'Cl11bB-X'tS-0-11, Goodwin, Colson, McIntyre. VV. Krug, E. Ericson, Powers, Mosley, Wisdom, Liggett, B. Johnson, MclPhe+eterrs, Straight, Glahn, H. Krug, Vannorsdale, T. Halley, Curtis, Greffenius, Nye, Albin, Allison, Orcutt, Barnes, Lanyon, Ryder, Draper, Black, Davis, Hapke, Otis, Clayton, Kinghorn, Z. Smith, Kermit Wilson, Weiss, R. Ericson, Bigelow, Alexander, S. Halley, Gray, Peiterson, Hobbs, R. D. mSmith, Ross, Keith Wilson, Parker, Miller, Farrens, Scott, Stuart, Higgs, Avery, Stanley, Adam. SIXTY-FIVE THE LAIVIBKIN 4, "ii,l -s x Fifth linw-J. Irwin, Hniit-ovk, Mvllougxnll, Hiigel, St-hrovr, Kzuiuvel. McMill:in, Brolliur, Cutting, Vincent. lfourth Iiow-AWisdom, VVilson, NVeinle, H. Irwin, Smith, Hoerlin, ll, Bran-li, li. Brzuwk, F. Hull. Colson. Third lLowi'l'obisk:1, lNl:xlct:ux'onne, Fox, Res-sc, Scliuremzin, lloss, Bcrnmn, ll. Hull, Illzlrshull, Zabel, 'l'aylm'. Sm-voml liuvv-lloluixismi, Fischm-r, Hztnnuh, IG. ldlmerlo, Howell, Miss Buudn-i', Cooper, Mt-Gowan, Knight, Rascom. First liow-Munras-ll, M. Ellis, lv. St'llllY'f'lNZ1Il, Ac-hizg'er, Klinker, L. 'l':1yloi'. lizirsflll. Miller. VOCAL MUSIC Mixed chorus, Girls' Glee Club, and Boys' Glee club are not extra- curricular activities but are regular classes which meet twice a Week. This year, for the first time, there will not be a state contest, but a local music festival. Each school is allotted a certain amount of time to give a number, then later they are all combined to give a concert. The Mixed Chorus, Boys' Chorus and Boys' Quartette will represent Fort Collins High School at the Festival. Forrest Hall, tenor, Clement Hiigel, second tenorg Keith Wilson, baritone, and George Kanavel, bass: compose the Boys' Quartette. Mixed Chorus and the Boys' and Girls' Glee clubs assisted the dramatic department in producing the Operetta. Mixed Chorus sang for the Christmas program. They also have sung for the Commercial club and the Woman's club. SIXTY-SIX the paths of qlorq THE LAMBKIN Third Row-Marshall, White, Vail, Bush, Brandner, Irwin, Orr. Sm-cmul liow-Coach Blevins. Farrar, Brenneman, Sanders, Dwaiin Sanders, Clammer, Mefford, Sullivan, Coach Beattie. First Row--Russ, Tliuelin, Gates, Kreutzer, Fox, Whelan, Bemlon, MCI-lone. In Front-Parsons. McCutcheon. FOOTBALL Line Captain ...................... Forrest Clammer Backfield Captain .................... George Mefford Manager ........................... Bob McCutcheon Assistant Managers ........................... ----------Poss Parsons, Ray Stephens, Roy Wise Coach ............................ Mr. T. R. Blevins Assistant Coach .................... Mr. D. A. Beattie The 1933 football season was opened with the usual Lambkin Foot- ball Camp in North Park under the guidance of our coach, Mr. T. R. Blevins. Because of the graduation the preceding spring of many veterans, the team was composed of practically all new material. Both practice games with Ault and East Denver were Lambkin victories with scores standing 6-0 and 13-0 respectively. During the regular season we defeated Boulder, Longmont, and Eaton. However, our valiant foe, Loveland, defeated us in the crucial game for conference leadership. The last game of the season in December was an easy victory from Windsor, 26-0, giving us third place in the Northern Conference. As is always the custom, the season closed with the annual foot-ball banquet given in honor of the team. SIXTY-EIGHT THE LAMBKIN Third Row-Beardsley, Brack, Swinscoe, Cowan, B. Irwin, Simpson. Second Row-Bee, Stansbury, Dale, Johnson, Stanley, Coach Blevins. ' First Row-Sudduth, Kreutzer, H. Irwin, Oyler, White, Parsons " BASKETBALL Captain ........ .................... G eorge Oyler Managers ........ .... E dwin Parsons, Jack Beardsley Frosh Managers--- ------ Donald Walt, Blake Cowan Coach -------------.--------------- Mr. T. R. Blevins The basketball season opened this year with a small team composed of practically all new material. Laboring under the handicaps of inexperience and a long schedule, the boys managed to win some very creditable vic- tories during the season. High spots were the thrilling one-point victory over Boulder in the last thirty seconds of play and a decisive victory 33-15 over Greeley, runner-up for the state title. This game closed the season. Excepting Longmont and Eaton, the Fort Collins boys won from every team in the conference, which placed them fourth in the final league stand- ing. Altho the season was not so successful from the point of View of a conference championship, the team showed the usual good sp-ortsmanship, whether it won or lost. The annual basketball banquet was held at the high school in March. SIXTY-NINE THE LAMBKIN tl , 1 ,f-- I Third Row-Reese, Walt, Collopy, Swinscoe, White, Wolf, Kanavel, Whelan, Cram. Second Row-Coach Beattie, Rogers, D. Taylor, Van Sickle, Sudduth, Townsend, VVilmot, Kuhn, Banks, Parsons. First Row-Greenwood, Miller, A. Taylor, Thus-lin, McCutcheon, McHone, Martinez, Varra Funk. Fox. TRACK Track Captain .... ................ L eonard Volz Field Captain .... .... R aymond Arnbrecht Coach ........... .... M r. George W. Scott Assistant Coach .................... Mr. T. R. Blevins During the spring of 1933 Fort Collins High School dominated the state in track as it has for the last eighteen years. We got off to a good start by winning the Fourth Annual Indoor Track meet by a score of 157 and 9-10 points. In this meet, in which 398 contestants took part, eight new records were established, five of them being set by Fort Clollins ath- letes. Having taken the Greeley Relays with a total of 20 points, we placed first in the Colorado Relays with a 2215 point total. In May we annexed two more victories by winning both the heavy and light weight divisions of the Northern on Colorado Field, followed by a victory in the Northern at Loveland with 95M points. The season was completed in glorious style by surpassing all competition in Colorado to win our eighteenth consecutive state track title in the meet at Boulder. Fifteen boys went to Chicago in June for the National Track and Field Meet at Soldier Field. By winning 32 1-11 points the boys placed third. SEVENTY THE LAMBKIN Y-1ssl"?if' - f':i-'F-F l Third Row-Brooks, Baird, P. Marshall. Second RowiLink, Parkerson. Young, A. Marshall. First Row-Bnrtels, Nix, Miss Mulder, Hoffman, Barnhart. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION President .............................. Dorothy Nix Vice President ....... .... L ouise Hoffman Secretary-treasurer .... ...... R uth Bartels Assistant Secretary .... ..... L ouise Barnhart Sponsor ......................... Miss Lorna Mulder The Girls' Athletic Association is a branch of a state organization to promote interest in girls' sports. Beginning in the fall with tennis, G. A. A. sponsors hockey, volley ball, basketball, and baseball. Each season ends with a game between two All-Star teams, chosen from the various class teams. The Yale-Princeton basketball game is the high spot of the year's activities. Points are given for participation in the G. A. A. program. The Sweater girls group is made up of those who have Won enough points to be awarded sweaters. After this award, a Lambkin 'blanket and two state awards can be won. G. A. A. sponsors the annual "Double A Follies," proceeds of which are used to finance the association. SEVENTH'-ONE THE LAIVIBKIN , ,,,, ,E , fl , lg! f + SWEATER GIRLS llfth llow -S. I'l'm-mls-l'z:':lst, lizu'tvls, IH-mir-y. Slum-, HoITm:1n, flilllllilll, Avvry, L, IAZIIHII I 'wurlh Huw---M. l'r'c-inrln-xuzist, Smith, S1-himllvr, Svlmfn-r, I-ilu-rlf-, Nix, liulwinsuu, 'Phirrl Hfvw-XVyIi4-, Yuunpq, I!l1l'liIUl'2lllIt', Busvmn, IWL-Gi'0y:,'m', lfl't'lllZl'I'. Sm-mul Huw -Ss-ull. .Xlh-il. Rim-lizwds. Miss lVIllIIlt'!', f'USlN'!', .l, lizllldmi, First llmv-Alix'-moles, A14'ifiIl1IK'll Link, I'1ll'kUl'SUIl. , YALE-PRINCETON GAME 1933 V I"0lIl'lll llow-Pnrkvrson, Rm-od. Third Rnw+Hnf'finun, IH. Uahlv, G. Ualwlv, Young. Sm-rnifl ilmvfimkm-s, Miss Muldvr, Svamzuls. First Row -.hu-kson, Nviswnlipge-1', Lac-oy, Nix. IC N'I' Y -'IWY1 I where the fish waqqed his tail" THE LAMBKIN SNAPSHOTS THE LAMBKIN Ar'-i'i JOKES If you can't laugh at the joke-s of the age in this ibook, at least you can laugh at the age of the jokes. - It Ik lk Doris Sarchet tto one-armed driverlz For goodness sake, use both han-ds! Henry Brack: Can't. Gotta drive with one. i Ii 1 Harvey B.: May I kiss you? Martha Ellen: Heavens! Another ama- teur. 4' lk ll The pedestrian was dodging about in- decisively to the bewilderment of a mo- torist who finally stopped entirely and asked, "Would it be requiring too much of you to ask you to outline your plans?" 3 i U In her school essay on "Parents," a little girl wrote: "We get our parents at so late an age that it is impossible to change their habits." 1 t l Jack Clayton was showing Margaret Young through a factory. "What is that big thing over there?" asked Margaret. "That's a locomotive boiler," answer- ed Jack. "Why do they boil a. locomotive?" "To make the locomotive tender," he replied, polite even to the last. lk Pk I Louise Lawrence: So you and King are to be married? Why, I thought it was a. mere flirtation. Lola: So did King! Ill ah 4 "William," said the Sunday School teacher, "can you tell me what we must do before we expect forgiveness of sin?" "Yes sir," William responded, "We must sin." A me as 4 Mr. Tatum: May I have some station- ery?" Hotel Clerk fhaughtilyjz Are you a guest of the house? Mr. Tatum: I should say not! I'm pay- ing S20.00 a day! ak Pk lk "Gran-dma, can you help me with this example?" - "I could dear, but I don't think it would be right." "No, I don't suppose it would, but please try it and see." A man seate-d himself at a table in a smart restaurant of a large city. He tied his napkin around his neck. The man- ager, scandalized, called a waiter and said, "Try to make him understand as tactfully as possible that that's not done." The waiter thought a moment. Then he leaned solicitously over the man's shoulder. "A shave or a hair cut, sir?" he asked. ll ill if An-d, as the cat sai-d wh-en she rescued her daughter from the violin factory, "I didn't raise my gal to be fiddied with." lk if :Iv Jack B.: "I got a real kick out qt kiss- ing Jenny Wr-en last night." , Wendell: "Any more than usual?" Jack B.: "Yea, the old' man caught me." ' it lk if . Mr. Rogers: "Did you have the car out last night?" p . Ross: "Yes, Dad, I took some of. the boys for a run around." Mr. Rogers: "Well, tell -them Itve found two of their lipsticksii - . lk If :F ' Wfaiter: "These are the best eggs' we have had for years." I Q 3' Diner: "Well, bring me some- you haven't had so long." it if if They sat alone in the moonlight, And she soothed his troubled brow, "Dearest, I know my lifefs been fast, But I'm on my last lap now.'? 'I 11 It is ' Duane: "Women don't interest me. I prefer the company of my fellow men." Dean: "I'm broke too, brother." ' if Ik 24 Girls certainly do regret losing htheir youth-unless they pick up another one immediately. V lk if lk Waitress: Have you given your order? Diner: Yes, but please change it to an entreaty. 1 ik if 11 "How did they treat you in Scotland?" "Reluctantly." 4' lk It "W'hat's the idea of the Greens having French lessons? . "They've adopted a French baby and they want to understand what it says when it begins to talk." ' SEVENT Y-FIVE THE LAMBKIN SNAPSHOTS THE LAMBKIN -me-Q - J- , JOKES Lives of great men all remind us, As their pages o'er we turn, That we'r-e apt to leave behind us, Letters that we ought to burn. . Sk Ill 11 Er-ed Weinle: "Are you fond of indoor sports?" Mary Ann B.: "Yes, if they don't stay too late." lk Ik Ill Jean U.: "How do you mean you pull- ed a. 'boner last night?" Doris: "Well, I told Frank I'-d never been kiss-ed before and it appears that I was engaged to him last summer." is lk I B-all player: "We gave the umpire fifty bucks to let us win the game." Friend: "And still you lost." Ball player: Yeah-the umpire was crooked. vis if Sk Fnank W.: "You look sweet enough to eat." Adele: "O. K. Where'll we eat?" 4' at lk John Scott: "I had to stay because I couldn't find the- Azores." Father: "If you would take care of your t.hings you wouldn't have to stay after school." ik III IS A contest was, going on among the passengers on the steamer. They were trying to see who could make the worst face. . "'Stop," said the judge, "Mrs, Crowley wins." "But I wa,sn't playing." if SF Ili Then there's the one about the actor who toure-d the country in Hamlet. "What kind of a run did you have in Savannah?" he was asked. "Well," was the reply, "we beat the audience -over the county line by three minutes!" if It Sk A Scotchman wrote to the editor of a magazine and said: "If you don't stop putting Scotch jokes in your magazine, I'll stop borrowing it." ill IK ik Book Agent: "You ought to buy an en- cyclopedia, now that your boy is going to high school" Mr. Wisdom: "Not much, stranger! Let him walk, same as I did." "How old are you, sonny?" demanded the inquisitive ol-d man of the youngster on the beach. "Six, sir," came the brisk reply. "Six!" echoed the old man," and yet you are not so tall as my umbrella." The boy drew himself up to his 'full height. "How old is your umbrella?" he asked. ik 41 il "Are you a mechanic?" asked the fore- man. "No, sir. I'm a McMillan," -responded Lawrence. - - . 41 If 8 Albert H.: "Who spilled Amustard OH this Waffle, dear?" . Dulcie: "Oh Albert, how 'could you! This is lemon pie." ' ir at is ' U A firm of shipowners wired one of their captains: "Move heaven and earthy get here on Friday." ' , , , Just as they were becoming .very anx- ious they got the reply: "Raised 'hell, arriving Thursday." A Q 4: al fs A " .N Dolly: "But you wouldn't marry a-'man just because he is a good dancer?" p Polly: "Oh no, Jack is clever at bridge, tO'O. i I it lk - 11 . : Mrs. Taylor: "Louise, your hair is -all musssed up. Did that young in-am' kiss-you against your will?" - '. : , Louise: "He thinks he- did, Mother." if l I!! Professor tat tablel: "James the First introduced the turkey to this country." Host ltrying to carvej: "'And this must be the bird he introduced." ' 41 11 114 ' ' A Bill Berman: "I suppose your home town is one of thosfe places where every- one goes down to meet the train." Francois Schell: "What train?" if ik if Anna Mae: Charles Webster is so con- ceitedl" I Margaret B.: "Yes, on his last birth- day he sent a telegram of congratula- tions' to his mother!" it Pls at Miss Bellows: "Tell me one or two things about John Milton." Dale Oakes: "Well, he got married and he wrote 'Paradise Lost! Then his wife died and he wrote 'Paradise Regained."'. SEVENTY-SEVEN THE LAMBKIN Ai--if - -1- JOKES n Rev. Wise: "When that young cub who is paying you attention comes here again I'll sit on him." Virginia: "Oh, father, let me do it!" i lk 1 "Where is the do-floppy department?" "The wh-at?" "Where do you sell the hoopy-do-ops?" "I do not comprehend." said the floor- walker. Perhaps if you could tell me what you wish to purchase-" "A wedding gift." if I C "Let me kiss those tears away sweet- heart," Leland begged tenderly. Margaret Jean fell into his arms and he was very busy for a few moments. But the tears flowed on. "Can nothing stop them?" , "No," Margaret Jean responded in a low. murmur. "It's hay fever, but go on with the treatment." l Ill ll Hugh Irwin tpeddling rugs-J: "Would you like to buy a hooked rug, madam?" Lady-of-the-House: "Sir, don't try to sell me. any stolen goods." t if 1 Customer: "I want to try that chemlse on in the window." Flustered Clerk: "'Why-er-thank you for you:r kin-d offer, madam, but we are very well suited with the display we al- ready have." It Sk t Barber: "Is there any particular way you'd like y-our hair cut?" Blake C1ow'an: "Yeah, OH." 4' 41 ll Wife: "Do you realize, dear, that it was twenty-five years ago today that we became engaged?" Abs-ent-minded professor: "Twenty- Hve! Bless my soul! You should have re- minded me before. It's certainly time we got married." li SF t Father: "Now I'm giving you a good job in my mill. I want you to work Your way up." Son: "But father, there's no future in lt. I want to work in some place where I can marry the owner's daughter." ' 8 If 1 ' First apartment house dweller: "How ls your room heated?" Second ditto: "By hollering down and cussing the janitor." SEVENTY-EIGHT When should a. match upon which one is chewing be removed from the mouth? At the following times Emily Post and other eminent writers recommend that, as unobtrusively as possible, the match be removed: When meeting a Bishop of the Anglican church: when choking on a piece of hot corn bread: when cheer- ing at a basketball game: when making a touchdown at the south goal on a vis- iting field: when brushing the teeth: when Friday falls on the thirteenth tas on that day wou might get splinters ln your tonsilsl. After the occasion is past, a fresh match should be used as author- ities everywhere are united in condemn- ing the replacing of the old one. Ik It t "Bobby, please stop that noise-I'm trying to garglef' ll if ll "Is your daughter popular?" "Popular! Why I can't park within three blocks of my house." 0 S1 Ik George K.: "I've been try-ing to think of a worrd for two weeks." George R.: "What about fortnight?" if lf ll Business man fhiring stenographerl: "Can you spell Well?" Louise Lawrence: "Oh much harder words than that," if i ll The station-master on the East In- dian Railway had been given strict or- ders not to dlo anything out of the or- dinary without authority from the super- intendent. This accounts for the follow- ing telegram: "Supt's Office, Calcutta: Tiger on plat- form eating conductor. Please wire in- structions." , elf Ill Sk First lady: "We got a 3100.00 radio set and had the electrician come and at- tached it." Second la-dy: "That's nothing. We had a 3500.00 set and the sheriff came and attached it." ik Ii 41 "Leland, stop eating with your fin- gers." Leland B.: "But Mamma, we-ren't fin- gens made before forks?" ' Mother: "Not yours, Leland." Sk ll ll "A gi-rl whlo gets kiss-ed -on the fore- head should wear higher heels. " THE LAMBKIN if -f" X-ff-s .L ep . T JOKES A coach is a fellow who is always will- ing to lay down your life for his school. Pl! at if According to the Freshmen: An oxygen is an eight-sided figure. Nero means absolutely nothing. Homer is a type of pigeon. Ulysses S. Grant was a tract of land upon which several battles of the Civil VVar were fought. A quorum is a place to keep fish. A vegetarian is a horse doctor. Radium is a new kind of silk. Henry Clay-a mud treatment for the face. ll lk Hi Boss ihiring boyjz "Is there anything you can do better than anyone else?" Owen Kingman: "Yes sir: read my own writing." It if lk Mr. Langdon: "Have you saved up any- thing for a rainy day?" Marguerite Pope: "Yes, A couple of old umbrellas." 42 HK lk Miss Tyre: "And when Lord Clhester- lield saw that death was near, he called all his friends around him. But before he breathed his last he uttered his immortal last words. Who can tell me what they were?" V Class fin unisonj: "They Satisfy!" Ill at 8 Eerty: "D-0 you know. you look like Helen Brown." Gertie: "Yep, but I look worse in white." Sk ll' l Frank Ulrich was talking to his friend, Bill A., one night: "Old thing, is that a new girl you're taking around?" Bill A.-"No, just my old one repaint- ed " il l IF Laugh and the teacher laughs with you, Laugh and you laugh alone: The first was a joke of the teacher's, And the last was one of your own. ll Ik lk Bob Johnson: "Is that girl wearing an awfully short skirt, or am I seeing things?" Jack C.: "Both." li 14 lk Hugh: "Y-ou're the blreath of my life." Evelyn: "W-ell, suppose you hold your breath for a while." An old maid was approached by a wel- fare worker. "Will you subscribe for the Homeless Menls fund?" asked the soli- citor. "No," snapped the old maid. "But I might .Consider taking one of the men." SF S ll "Don't .hang around here wasting time now you'v-e Hnished sweeping the shop," said the head of the store t-o the new boy. "You can be catching flies and shov- ing them into the new patent fly-trap, so that it will beuready to put in the win- dow." 41 41 at 'Tis hard to part with those we love, When our hearts are full of hope: But 'tis harder still 'to find a towel When our eyes are full of soap. Ill lk it "Say, Lawrence," asked Don Crenshaw as he walked into the W0man's Shoe Section with the morning paper in his hand, "Can a cowhide in a shoe shop?" Lawrence, who iisn't slow, replied, "No, but calfskinf' Sk HF il . Frances Wixon says she carries her money in her stocking because her fatb- er told her to put it where it would .draw interest. - it lk S Dick H.: "I say, old fellow, why on earth are you washing you-r spoon in your finger bowl?" Henry B.: "Do you think I wnt to get egg all over my pocket?" 1 as ar , - "I'm always springing .som-ething,".said the mouse as he stumbled over the cheese-laden trap. Pk wk ll First Him: "That's my girl. What do you think of her? Second Him: "I can't say." First Him: "Why?" Second Him: "Shes your gi-rl." 41 il lk Fred Bollin: "Did you ever take chloro- form?" Blake: "No, who teaches it?" if lk ii Latin is .a language, At least, it used to 'beg First it killed the Romans, And now it's killing me. 41 if Sk Some girls show distinction-or sh-ould one slay distinctly?-in their clothes. SEVENTY-NINE Www QM . VJ! . 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