Fort Collins High School - Lambkin Yearbook (Fort Collins, CO)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication ......................... - - - - - - - 3 "Fifty-Niners"-Classes and Faculty -- -- 5 "Pay-Dirt!"-Seniors ...................... -- 7 "Six Hundred Miles from Nowhere"-Juniors .... -- 21 "Pikes Peak or Bust!"-Sophomores ........... -- 27 "Go West, Young Man, Go West!"-Freshmen .... -.- 31 "Pathfinders"-Faculty ......... ............ - - 35 "Trail Life" .... Activities ........................,.. U 39 "O Susanna, Don't You Cry for Me"-Music and Drama .... -.- 61 "A Valiant, Fearless Band"-Athletics ............,,, n 71 "Nuggets of Nonsense"-Features ..... -1 77 ,V - f ' - ---.. ff' YY Y Y .SLE - A"" Z' ..-e-fi 'W -L, ---Y fir Y, Mk-W4-H, T., -5771. , ,. -Y - .i-'fad , f"' f-,Y - wx A-W MI ,ig1ii , 1 - ,- --X ,, V V, ,- ffl'-':liiii?ij:: A-,? f L ,'f"' ,I 'i' ' ---W, gf -7- A Z- ' -iii - , gg if -zu: f -:QM QF if N .- i Y r 1 -' Y 'hr 7 it eff -5 , - 3 fl il Y 2- - EX T 5 I it '- 9, fs. gun...- .-X Z' 1- -JQHQ 7 iv' " X"""' uh...---4. 4-W x.- , r,L ,AL 1 --4204 ' x7 XPLCN-.. fai- iEiRiRiBiRIliH P.-lq'-Dirt! MRHQBRHH . ADADI, BILL - "Complacent" - Orchestra. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1. 2, 3, 4. AHLBRANDT, RAY-"Kindly"- VVaverly High School, Waverly, Colorado 1, 2. ALLDREDGE, HAROLD - "In- domi1able"-Football tsquadl 1, 2, 3, iteaml 43 Basketball isquadl 1, 2, 3, 43 Track Lsquldh 1, 2, fteamJ 3, 43 Sr. I-Ii-Y 3, 4. ALLEN, MARGARET - "Pleas- ing"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 43 Operetta chorus 3, 43 Spanish club 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 International club 3. AMEN, RUBY-"Sunny"--Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta chorus 3, 43 Mixed chorus 43 Basketball 23 Com- mercial contest 33 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 4. APODACA, JOE - "Good-humor- ed"-Mixed chorus 43 Football fsquadl 1: Track isquadb 2. 4: Sharks club 4. BARLOW, VIVIENNE-"Joyous" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 31 G. A. A. 2, 3, Board 43 Spanish club 2, vice president 3, 43 Knighis and Pages 43 Honor So- ciety 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 42 Benzene Ring 4. BASCOM, BETTY - "Attractive" -Class vice president 23 Round Table 1, 2, Cabinet 3, President 43 Operetta chorus 3, 43 Mixed chorus 33 A Cappella choir 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2. 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Board 43 All-School Award 3: Double A Follies 2, 3, 43 Boost- ers 1, 3, 43 Spanish club 2, vice president 3, treasurer 4: Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 International club 43 Or- chestra 1, 2, 3. BASHOR, MARVIN-"Bashful"- Operetta chorus 3, 43 Mixed chorus 43 Benzene Ring 43 French Club 43 Adams City High School, Adams City, Colo- rado 13 Yuma Union High School, Yuma, Colorado 2, BEE, FRANCIS-"Dependable"- Football fsquadj 3, fteamj 43 Basketball fsquadj 33 Judging teams 3, 43 Crops club 3. 43 Livestock club 33 F. F. A. 3, 43 VVelling'on High School, Well- ington. Colorado 1, 2. ZIEIRBQBRIIII SENIORS BISHOPP, CHARLES-"RascaL ly" - Football Csquadj 1, 23 Track fsquadb 13 Stage crew 33 Ice hockey 4. BOSTON, EVELYN - "Capri- cious"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 gpilled Ink staff 33 Press club BOVVEN, HAROLD - "Nonchal- ant"-Glee club 13 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Major play 3, 43 Junior play 33 Vaud. 3, 43 Stage crew 3. Manager 43 Boys Boosters 43 "D" club 3, 43 Jr. Hi-Y 1, 23 Ice Hockey 4. BRACK. LELAND-"Bombastic" -Mixed chorus 3, 43 Major play 43 Junior play 33 Vaud. 3, 43 Ooeretta 3, 43 Boys Boosters 43 "D" club 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 Latin club 23 Jr. Hi-Y 2. BREWER, HANNAH ROSE - "Sweet"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 33 Operetta chorus 33 Mixed chorus 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Sharks club 33 Press club 43 In- ternational club 33 French club 43 Honor Society 4. BROLLIAR, JOY - "Conscien- tious"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 1, 43 Operetta chorus 3, 43 Mixed chorus 43 A Cappella choir 43 Basketball 23 G. A. A. 23 Double A Follies 33 Spanish club 2, 3, secretary 43 Knights and Pages 43 Inlernational club 33 Hockey 3. BURLINGAME, ALICE - "Buoy- ant"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2: Hockey 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Double A Fol- lies 2, 33 Benzene Ring 43 Orch- estra 1, 2, 3, 4. BURRILL, ARTHUR - "Bold- spirited" - Basketball csquadl 2, 3, 43 Track Csquadb 3, 43 Major play 43 Junior play 33 Boys Boosters 43 "D" Club 3, 43 Benzene Ring 4, vice presidentg Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 International club 4. BYRON, Round MAmE--oe1igmfur'- Table 1, 2, 3, 4. CABLE, DY"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 1, 2, 33 A Cappella choir 43 Basketball 2, 33 Volley- ball 33 Baseball 2, 33 Hockey 2, 3: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Voice Class 43 Double A Follies 2. 3. DONNA FAYE-"Hair CABLE, DORIS F.-"Unselflsh" ---Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 1, 2, 33 A Cappella choir 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Volley ball 2, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3. 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Double A Follies 1, 2, 33 Yale-Princeton 2 CASE, STANLEY - "Diligent" - Track 1, 23 Spanish club 2. 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Tumbling 1. 2, 33 Candy Sales- man 3, 4. CHAPMAN, CHARLES-"Sturdy" I-lgenzene Ring 43 Radio club ctHRIs'1'oP1-IER, SARA ANNE- 'SIJI'lt.6ly"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Spilled Ink Staff 13 Baskeg- ball 1. 2: G..A. A. 1, 23 Benzene Ring 4: Latin Club 23 Interna- tional club 3. CLIPPINGER, MARJORIE H.- "Frivolous"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 43 Operetta chor- us 43 Spilled Ink Staff 1, 23 Jun. ior play 3: Double A Follies 1. 2- 3, 43 Girls' Boosters 1, 23 "D" Club 3, 4: Benzene Ring 43 Press Club 1, 2: G. A. A. 1, 23 Major Play 4: Vaud. 4. COLLINS, CLYDA-"Buxom" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2- 33 A Calmella choir 43 G- A- A- 1, 2. 3, 43 Major play 43 Double A Follies 1, 2, 43 Vaud. 3, 4: Operetta 33 "D" club 3, 43 gem-'GHG Ring 4: Sharks club 1, COLLOPY, JOE-"Rollicking" - F00tbalI fsquadl 1, 2. 33 fteamJ 43 Track 1, 2. 3, 4. COSPER, MILDRED-"Prudent" ---Round Table 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 43 Spilled Ink Staff 43 Basket- ball 1, 2. 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2- 3- 43 G- A- A- 1, 2, 3, 43 Double A Follies 3, 43 Spanish club 43 Sharks club 3: International club 3: Knights and Pages 4. COUTTS, MILDRED-"Merry"- Round Table 1., 2, 3, 4. CRAM, VICTOR-"Amorous" - Class vice president 43 Foot- ball isquadb 1, 2, 3, Cteamj 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Benzene Ring if iluxlior Hi-Y 1, 23 Senior Hi- NINE Z!IiRHiiBiKIliI1 CRANDALL, HELEN-"Giddy"- Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Volleyball 13 G. A. A. 1, 23 Operetta chor- us 43 Benzene Ring 4. CRESSWELL, MARGARET - "Dashing"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Spilled Ink 3, assistant ed- itor 43 Lambkin, assistant edi- tor 43 Basketball 1, 23 Volley- ball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 23 Hockey 1, 2, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Double A Follies 2, 43 Stage crew 43 Girls' Boosters 13 "D" Club 43 Spanish club 2, 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Sharks club 43 Press club 3, 43 International club 3, 43 Honor Society 4. CRISSMAN, JEANNETTE-"Art ful"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Volleyball 1, 23 Hockey 1, 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Double A Follies 2, 33 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Latin club 23 International club 43 French club 4. CUTTING, FRANCES-"Staid"- Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club accompanist 3, 43 Operetta accompanist 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2: Volley- ball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 23 Double A Follies 1, 2. 33 Vaud. 33 Span- ish club 2, 33 "D" Club 3, 43 Ben- zene Ring 43 Latin club 23 String Quartette 3. 43 Hockey 1, 23 Mixed chorus accompanist 3, 43 Boys' quartette accompan- ist, 3 4. DAGGETT, DOROTHY-"Coquet- tish"-Round Table 2, 3, 43 Basketball 23 G. A. A. 2, 33 Com- mercial Contest 33 Knights and Pages 43 Latin club 2, 33 Sharks club 43 International club 43 Sidney High School, Sidney, Nebraska, 1. DALZIEL, KIRBY - "CaptiVat- ing"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Class president 23 Glee Club 23 Basketball 1, 23 Hockey 1, 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Major play 3, 43 Double A. Follies 1, 2, 3, 43 Vaud. 3, 43 Operetta 43 Stu- dent Council representative 2, 3, 4, secretary 33 Girls' Boost- ers 1, 2, 33 "D" Club 3, presi- dent 43 Knights and Pages 43 Sharks club 4. DARNELL, BOB-"Reticent" - Operetta chorus 43 Band 3, 43 A Cappella choir 43 Benzene Ring 43 Senior Hi-Y 43 Orches- tra 1, 2, 3, 4. DAUGHERTY, MARGARET - gVSf4insome"-Round Table 1, 2, ilElFlHtlBiRllllt SENIORS DAVIDSON, HAROLD - "Play- ful" - Football qsquadj 13 Track 1. DECKER, MIARJORY - "Virtu- ous"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Operetta chorus 43 Spilled Ink 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 33 Double A Follies 43 Knights and Pages 43 Latin club 23 Press club 4. DEEMING, CHARLES - "Radio- istic"-Radio club 1, 2. DEGNEY, EVA - "Sincere" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Double A Follies 43 Spanish club 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 International club 4. DESJARDINS, ALVINA-"Studi- ous"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 French club 43 Latin club 3, 4. DILTS, IRA-Straight-forward" -Class secretary 43 Football fsquadj 43 Track fsquadh 33 Student Council representative 3: Benzene Ring 43 Internation- al club 33 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Lat- in club 1, 2, 33 Honor Society 4. DOUGHERTY, ELIZABETH - "Tempestuous" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2. DRAPER, WAYNE - "Cherubic" -Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 Orchestra 1, 4. EBERLE, JEAN-"Beautiful" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 43 Lambkin Staff 43 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Volleyball 1 ,23 Baseball 1, 23 Tennis 13 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 DoubleA Fol- lies 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Boosters 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 4. EICHIN, INA - "Reserved" - Round Table 1. 2, 3, 4. ELLIS, ALBERTA-"Soulful" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 43 Operetta 43 Mixed chor- us 43 Basketball 23 G. A. A. 1, 23 Double A Follies 13 Vaud. 43 Girls' Boosters 13 "D" Club 43 Sharks club 43 International club 4. ELLIS, MARY ELIZABETH - "Gracious"-Class vice presi- dent 13 Round Table 1, 3, 4, Cabinet 23 Operetta 43 Mixed chorus 33 A Cappella choir 43 Spilled Ink staff 3, 43 Basket- ball 1, 2, 33 Volleyball 1, 23 Baseball 1, Z3 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 All-School Award 33 Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 43 Vaud. 43 Student Council representative 3, 43 Girls' Boosters 23 "D" club bus- mess manager 43 Knights and Pages 43 Honor Society 43 In- ternational club, secretary 43 French club, vice president 43 Press club 2, 3, 4. ELY, HARRY-"InduStri0us" - Senior Hi-Y 4: International club 4: Alamosa High School, Alamosa, Colorado 1, 2, 3, ELY, TOM-"Friendly" - Ben- Zegfle Ring 4: Hi-Y 43 Alamosa I-I1gh3School, Alamosa, Colorado FALLON, JACK - "Knightly" - Track 1, 23 Vaud. 33 Stage crew 3, 43 Student Council represen- tative 43 Boys' Boosters 43 "D" club 3, 43 Spanish club 2, 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 23 Honor Society 43 Social Hour committee 4. FISCHER, GERTRUDE -- "Pla- cid"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 1, 2, 33 Operetta chor- us 2, 33 Operetta 43 Mixed chor- us 33 A Cappella choir 43 Bas- ketball 23 Volleyball 1, 23 Base- ball 23 Hockey 13 'D" Club 4. FUNK, GILBERT - "Lion-heath ed" - Football Csquadl 2, 3, Cteaml 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. GARNER, DOROTHY - "Muse- ful" -- Round Table 1, 2, 43 Frederick High School, Freder- ick, Colorado 3. GLENDINNING, JAMES - "Ses- quipedal" - Basketball tsquadb 33 Tennis 1, 23 Student Coun- cil representative 23 Benzene Ring 43 Latin club 2, 33 Sharks club 43 Debate 43 Sr. Hi-Y 43 Press club 4. GOODWIN, JACK-"Languid" -- Stage crew 43 Student Council representative 23 "D" Club 43 Assistant basketball manager 2. GRAY, WILLA MAY-"Demure" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Oper- etta chorus 3, 43 Hockey 23 Double A Follies 23 Benzene Ring 43 Glee club 3, 4. GREENACRE, LOLA - "Lan- guishing"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 1, 23 Mixed chorus 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Major play 33 Double A Follies 1, 3, 43 Operetta chorus 3, 43 'D" club 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Inter- national club 4. ELEVEN ZEiHHQiBiRIliI1 ----:-- HALL, DAVID H.-"Manful"- Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 23 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. HALL, FORREST-"Polished" - Glee club 1, 2, 33 Operetta cho- rus 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 53 Boys quartette 3, 4, 52 Mixed cho- rus 1, 2. 3, 43 A Cappella choir 5: Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Track tsquadi 3, 53 Commercial contes. 43 Major play 53 Vaudeville 3, 4, 52 Operetta 4, 53 Student Council representative 23 "D" club 4, 53 Honor Society 4. HALLEY. TOM - "UnfaLhom- able"-Band 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Benzene Ring 43 Orchestra 3, 4. HANKINS, ALBERT D. - "In- triguingn-Major play 43 Track 43 Boys' Boosters 43 "D" club 43 Loveland High School, Love- land, Colorado, 1, 2. HANNAH, HELEN - "Carefree" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 23 Operetta chorus 33 Mixed chorus 3, 43 Spilled Ink staff 43 Basketball 1, 2, 43 Vol- leyball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 33 Tennis 1, 33 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Major play 43 Double A Follies 43 "D" club 43 Spanish club 2, 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Press club 4. HAPKE, LEON-"Witty"-Band 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 Longmont High School, Longmont, Colo- rado 1, 2. HARNED, HARRY-"Hearty" - Football fsquadj 3, tteamj 43 Basketball Csquadj 33 Track fsquadb 2, 3. HENDERSON, DICK - "Rois- tering" - Football fsquadb 13 Track tsquadb 1, 33 Tennis 33 Benzene Ring 43 Aviation club 3. HOERLEIN, ALVIN B. -- "Ster- ling"-Glee club 1, 2, 33 Mixed chorus 1, 2, 33 A Cappella choir 43 Basketball tsquadb 1, 2, 3, tteamb 43 Track tsquadj 4: Major play 43 Junior play 33 Vaud 43 Operetta 43 club 3. vice president 43 Benzene Ring 43 Senior I-Ii-Y 3, 43 Honor So- ciety 43 Sportsman's club 4. HOFFMAN, LOUISE - "Admir- able"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 43 Glee club 33 Oper- etta chorus 33 Mixed chorus 43 Spilled Ink staff 1, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Hock- ey 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1. 2, Board 3, president 43 Double A Fol- Eiltih Rlllll SENIORS lies 2, 3, 43 Stage crew 3, 43 Girls' Boosters 2, 3, 43 "D" club 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Latin club 2, vice president 3, president 43 Honor Society 43 Press club 3, 4. HOUSEHOLDER, HELEN - "Laughing"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 Hockey 33 Double A Follies 3. HULBERT, MARVIN - "Impas- sive"-Football fsquadh 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball tsquadl 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. HUNTER. LYNDON - "Candid" -Football tsquadl 13 basket- ball tsquadl 1, 23 Track tsquadj 3. IRWIN, JEAN - "Charming"- Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 3, 43 Operetia chorus 43 Band 43 Mixed chorus 33 A Cap- pella choir 43 Lambkin staff 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Volleyball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 23 Hockey 1, 2, 3. 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 All-School Award 33 Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 43 Vaud 3, 43 Operetta 33 Student Council representa- tive 2, 43 Girls' Boosters 23 HD" club 3, 43 Spanish club 2, 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Honor Society 43 Press club 3, 4. JESSER, MILDRED-"Quaint"- Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 3, 43 G. A. A. 3, 43 Commercial con- test 1, 3, 43 Double A Follies 4: Girls' Boosters 33 Knights and Pages 43 President Round Table chapter 4. JOBE, TOM - "ChlvaIrous" - Football tsquadb 13 Track tsquadj 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Boys' Boosters 43 Benzene Ring 4. JOHNSON, BETTY-"Radiant"- Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 1, 2, 3: Band 43 Mixed chorus 3. 43 Sharks club 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHNSON, CURTIS M.-"Stal- wart"-Band 1, 2, 3. 43 Tennis 3, 43 Vaudeville 2, 3, 43 State Sol? contest 2, 3. 43 Orchestra 1, , . JOHNSON, IVAN-"Mettlesome" -Class president 13 Mixed cho- rus 43 Basketball fsquadl 2, tteaml 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Honor Society president 43 International club vice presi- dent 43 Student Counc'l repre- sentative 3, 43 Boys' Boosters 43 Spanish club 2, 3. JONES, HELEN GAIL-"Kitten- ish"-Hockey 43 Benzene Ring 43 Eaton High School,' Eaton, Colorado 1, 2, 3. JONES, VIOLA - "Tranquil" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4. KAHM, MILLARD- "Peppy" - Track fsquadj 1, 2, 3, 43 Ben- zene Ring 43 Aviation club 33 Ice Hockey 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. K,-XHM, WHITNEY-"LackadaiS- ical." KANAVEL, GEORGE-"Fickle" -Glee club 1, 2, 33 Operetta 3, 43 Mixed chorus 1, 2, 33 A Cap- pella choir 43 Football tsqualdl 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 M9-JOI' play 3, 43 Vaud. 33 Student Council representative 43 "D" club 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 Lat- in club 23 Senior Hi-Y 43 Orch- estra 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheer leader 43 Boys' quartette 3, 4. KELSO, JANE - "Unassuming" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 43 Operetta chorus 41 Knights and Pages 4. KINGMAN, OWEN - "Sca.mpish" -Glee club 1, 22 Football tsquadb 2, 3, tteamj 43 Track manager 4. KREUTZER, DICK - "Roguish" -Class president 33 Student Council president 43 Football tsquadb 1, 2, tteaml 3. 41 bas- ketball isquadl 1, 2, U63-ml 3, 43 Track 1, 2: Junior play pub- licity manager 33 Benzene Ring 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Senior .Hi- Y 3. treasurer 43 Honor Society 43 International club president 4. KYLE, BOB-"Faithful" LANDON, LAURA-"Meticulous" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Spilled Ink assistant editor 4. staff 2. 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Volleyball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3. 42 G- A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Double A Follies 2, 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Press club 2. 3, vice president 4: Round Table Mother's Day play 13 All Star Hockey 3, 4. LANE. EMIVIETT - "Port" - Track tsquadb 1. 2, 3, 43 Ben- zene Ring 43 Senior Hi-Y 4. THIRTEEN Z'EiFlHiiBiRIliH W LANYON, LOUIS - "Jaunty" - Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Benzene Ring 4. 113311531111 SENIORS A Follies 2, 45 "D" club 3, 45 Knights and Pages 45 Benzene - PEITERSEN, DANA - "Turbu- lent"-Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Ring 45 Latin club 2, 3, 45 Press Council 3, 45 Benzene Ring 45 club 45 Honor Society 4. Honor Society 3, vice president , ' 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 4. LASS, EDWARD-"Phlegmatic' -Football gsquadg 1, 2, 3, 45 McHONE, VERNON - "Flashy" V Basketball qsquadp 33 Track -Football tsquadj 1, 2, 3, PETERSON, EUGENE -"Earn- tsquadb 1, 2. 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y fiffaml 4, 55 Track KSQIIHKU 1. 43 Tumbling 2, tteaml 2, 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y 4, 5. LAWRENCE, IRENE--"Cynical" MAR,SHALL, PATTY .. -'Viv-H- -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Span- ish club 2, 3, 4, LAWRENCE, LOUISE - 'Spark- ling"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 25 Spilled Ink 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Tennis 1, 25 Student Council representative 35 Girls' Boost- ers 25 Benzene Ring 45 Sharks club 45 Press club 1, 2, 45 Inter- national club 45 G. A. A. 1, 2. LEACH, DOROTHY - "Persuas- ive"-Round Table 45 Sharks club 45 Flagler High School, Flager, Colorado 15 Briggsdale High School, Briggsdale, Colo- rado 2, 3. LEAR, JAMES - "Cordial" - Class president 45 Football tsquadl 3, fteamj 45 Track tsquadl 3, 45 Benzene Ring 45 Senior Hi-Y 3, 45 Canon City High School, Canon City, Colo- rado 1, 25 Honor Society 4. LIGGETT, EVA MAE - "Unruf- fled"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Knights and Pages 4. LIGGETT, ORVILLE - "Stolid" -Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Football lsquadl 2, 35 Track 25 Major play 4. LINK, HELEN - "Sportive" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 G, A. A. 1, 2, Board 3, 45 Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 45 Stage crew 3, 45 Girls' Boosters 2, 3, 41 "D" club 3, secretary- treasurer 45 Knights and Pages 45 Benzene Ring 45 Latin club 2, 3, treasurer 45 Honor society 45 Press club 45 Spilled Ink staff 45 Student'Council repre- sentative 3, 4. MacGREGOR, LUCILE-"Guile- less"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee club 35 Operetta chorus 3, 45 Mixed chorus 45 Spilled Ink staff 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volleyball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior play 35 Double cious"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee club 25 Operetta chorus 25 Mixed chorus 35 A Cappella choir 45 Basketball 1, 25 Volley- ball 1, 25 Baseball 1. 25 Hockey 1, 2, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 45 Op- eretta 3, 45 Girls' Boosters 1, 25 "D" club 3, 45 Benzene Ring 45 Latin club 25 International club 3, 45 French club, secretary 45 G. A. A., secretary 25 Board member 35 Honor Society 4. MEFFORD, ANNICE - "Trust- worthy"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee club 3, 45 Operetta cho- rus 3, 4: Basketball 1, 25 Vol- leyball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Tim- nath High School, Timnath Colorado 1. MELLON, WINONA - "Gentle" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior chorus 4. MESSENGER, JOHN - "Confi- dent" - Vlfinnemucca High School, Winnemucca, Nevada, 1, 2, 35 Track 4. MICHAUD, HELEN--"Alluring" -Round Table 45 Laporte High School, Laporte, Colorado 1, 2, 3. MICHIE, HELEN - "Sympathet- ic"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee club 3, 45 Operetta chorus 3, 45 Knights and Pages 4. MITTON, HARLAN-"Faithless" -Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 25 Benzene Ring 45 Aviation club 35 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2. MURPHY, HELEN - "Saucy" - Round Table 3, 45 Cole Junior High School, Denver, Colorado 15 Manual Training High School, Denver, Colorado 2. NELSON, LEONA-"Frisky" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 25 Hock- ey 1, 25 Baseball 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Commercial Contest 45 Double A Follies 2, 35 Knights and Pages 4. est"-Benzene Ring 45 Crops club 3, 45 Livestock club 3, 45 F. F, A. 2, 3. 45 Judging teams 3, 45 Nebraska School of agri- culture, Curtis, Nebr., 1, 2. PRENDERGAST, MARGARET- "Frolicsome"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee club 45 Operetta chorus 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior play 35 Double A Follies 2, 3, 45 Operetta 45 Girls' Boosters 3, 45 "D" club 3, 45 Knights and Pages 45 Ben- zene Ring 45 Latin club 2, 3, 45 Sharks club 45 Honor Society 45 Press club 45 International club 45 Yale-Princeton 35 All-Star Hockey 45 Spilled Ink staff 4. PUCKETT, ELEANORE - "Lo- quacious" - Spanish club 35 Knights and Pages 45 East High School, Denver, Colorado 1. 2. PULLIAM, DOROTHY-"Laugh ter-loving" - Round Table 1. 2, 3, 45 Glee club 45 Operetta chorus 45 Girls' chorus 2, 3. REED, 'DON-"MadcaD" RICHARDS, ELOISE - "Enam- ored"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee club 2, 35 Tennis 15 G. A. A. 15 Double A Follies 2: Knights and Pages 45 Sharks club 1. RICHARDSON, R E B E C C A - "Evasive" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee club 45 Operetta cho- rus 3, 45 Spilled Ink staff 4: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volleyball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2, 3: G. A, A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Major play 31 Sharks club 45 International club 4. RITTER, JACK - "Intrepid" - Football fsquadl 2, 3, fteamb 4: Basketball tsquadb 3, 45 Track tsquadl 45 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Benzene Ring, president 4: Latin club 3, president 25 Jun- ior Hi,-Y 25 Senior Hi-Y 3. 45 Honor Society 45 International club 4. ROBINSON, CAROL - "Glow- ing"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 25 Spanish club 2, 3. 45 Knights and Pages 4. FIFTEEN QEBBQBRRH ROBINSON, JEANETTE-"Ethe- real"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee club 1, 3, 4: Operetta cho- rus 2: Mixed chorus 2, 3: A Cap- pella choir 4: Spilled Ink staff 3, 4: Lambkin staff 4:Basketball 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 4: Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Double A Follies 2, 3, 4: Vaudeville 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4: Girls' Boosters 3, 4: "D" club 3, 4: Spanish club 4: Knights and Pages 4: Ben- zene Ring 4: Latin club 2: Sharks club 4: International club 4: Press club 4: Honor So- ciety 4. ROEMER, ELLEN - "Open- hearted"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Spilled Ink fstaffj 1, 3, Ed- itor 4: G. A. A. 2: Dramatics publicity manager 4: "D" club 4: Knights and Pages 4: Latin club 2, 3, 4: I-Ionor Society 3, 4: Press club 3, 4. ROGERS, ROSS - "Fire-eating" -Football tsquadj 1, 2, 31 Track isquadl 1, iteamj 2, 3, 4: Senior Hi-Y 3, 4. ROSS, HELEN - "C0Y"-R0UHd Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed chorus 4: Spilled Ink staff 4: ODGFGNR chorus 4: Press club 4: Vaud. 4. ROSSI, ESTHER-"MYSf0Y'i0US" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4' Sharks club 4: Internationa club 4. ROTEN, GEORGE - "Efferves- cent"-Football fsquadl 1, 2: Track 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Ma- jor play 4: Stage crew 42 "D" club 4: Junior Hi-Y 1, 2: Ice Hockey 4. RUDOLPH. LUCILE - "Bubbl- lng"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 41 Glee club 2, 3: SDilled Ink staff 4: Basketball 3, 4: Volleyball 3. 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Hockey 3, 41 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Double A Fol- lies 3, 4: Student Council rep- resentative 4: Girls' Boosters, secretary 3, president 4: Knights and Pages 4: Benzene Ring 4: Latin club 2: Sharks club 4: Press club 4. RUTT, ELMER - "Headstrong" -Basketball fsquadb 3: Track, fsquadj 4: Benzene Ring 4: Greeley High School, Greeley, Colorado 1: Modesto High School, Modesto, California 2, 3. RUTT, LILLIAN - "Dainty" - Round Table l, 2, 3, 4: Knights and Pages 4: Commercial con- test 3. i ZIIRIR Rlllll SENIORS SCHAFER, MARTHA JEANNE- "B1ithe"-Round Table 1, 2, 4, cabinet 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 4: Baseball 1. 2, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, Board 2, 3, 4: Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta chorus 2: Girls' Boosters 1, 2, 3,: Knights and Pages 4: Benzene Ring 4: Latin club 2: International club 4: French club 4: Student Coun- cil representative 1: Hockey All-Star 4: Volleyball All-Star SCHROER, JACK - "Suave" - Class secretary -treasurer 2: Glee club 1, 2, 3: Mixed chorus 2, 3: A Cappella choir 4: Lamb- kin, editor 4: assistant editor 3: Football Csquadj 1: Basketball fsquadh 1, 2: Track 1: All School Award 3: Major play 4: Junior play 3: Vaud. 3, 4: Operetta 3: Boys' Boosters 4: "D" club 3, 4: Benzene Ring 4: Press club 3, 4: International club 4: Student Council repre- sentative 1, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Hon- or Society 4. SCOTT, LOUISE - "Pensive" - Round Table 1, 2, treasurer 3. vice president 4: Spilled Ink re- reporter 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Boosters 3, 4: Spanish club 4: Knights and Pages president 4: Benzene Ring 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Press club 4: Gleeclub 2. SEAMANS, HARRIET - "Win- some"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 2. 3: Hockey 3: G. A. A. 2, 3: Stu- dent Council representative 1: Knights and Pages 4: Yale- Princeton 2, 3. SEYSTER, GEORGIA LEE-"So- phistocatedu-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 1: Basketball 1, 2: Volleyball 1, 2: G. A. A. 1, 2. 3: Major play 3. 4: Double A Fol- lies 1, 2: Vaudeville 3: Girls' Boosters: "D" club 3, 4: Knights and Pages 4: Honor society 4: French club, president 4. SIMON, PAULA - "Lissom" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Sharks club 1. SIMONDS, RACHELLE-"Wily" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Spilled Ink staft' 4: Baseball 1: Tennis 1: Hockey 1: G. A. A. 1, 2: Sharks club 1. 2, 3, 4: Press club 4: International club 4. SARACINO. LEE - "Brawny" - SITZMAN, ESTHER-"Genuine" Glee club 1: Football 1. 2 fsquadl: Basketball fsquadj 1: Track fsquadl 3, 4. -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2: Spanish club 3: Benzene Ring 4: French club 4. SITZMAN, RHEINHOLT - "Steadfast" - Football tsquadl 1, 2: Track fsquadj 1, 2: Bas- ketball Qsquadb 1: Sportsman's club, secretary 4. SLOAN, VIRGINIA - "Light- hearted"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Knlghts and Pages 4. SMITH, LUCILLE - "Benign"- Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1: G. A. A. 1, 2: Spanish club 4: Knights and Pages 4: Benzene Ring 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3. SMITH, VICTOR - "Droll" - Football Csquadl 3, 4: Basket- ball fsquadj 3: Benzene Ring 4: Sharks club 4: Hi-Y 4: Sports- man's club, vice president 4. SNOOK, JAMES-"Venturesome" -Agriculture Judging teams 1, 2: Student Council representa- tive 2: Crops club 1, 2: Live- Asfockzclub 1: president 2: F. F. STABLER, ANDREW - "Good- natured"-Crops club 3: Poul- try club 2, 3. STAKEBAKE, EUGENE-"Com teniypgativen-Stage crew 3: "D" c u . STANLEY, EUGENE-"Staunch" -Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Football Csquadb 2, 3, fteamb 4: Basket- ball Qsquadb 2, Cteaml 3, 4: Track tsquadj 2, 3: Senior Hi- Y 3, 4: Orchestra 3. STANSBURY, BILL-"Brittle"- Glee club 1, 2: Operetta chorus 2: Mixed chorus 2, 3: Football tsquadj 1, 2: lteamb 3, 4: Bas- ketball fsquadj 2, 3, fteamb 4: Track 1, 2: Benzene Ring 4: Sharks club 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. STEWART, LEE - "AmiabIe"- Football 4: tlettermanb: Track tsquadj 4: Benzene Ring 4. STONE, MARGARET JEAN - "Spontaneous"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee club 3, 4: Operetta chorus 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 1, 2: Baseball 1. 2. 3: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Double A Follies 3. 4: Girls' Boosters 4: Spanish club 4: Knights and Pages 4: Ben- zene Ring 4: Latin club 2: Sharks club 4. STRYKER, LLOYD - "Devoted" Laporte High School, Laporte, Colorado 1, 2, 3. SEVENTEEN ZEHHQBRHH - SUDDUTH, DAVID-"Magnetic" -Football fsquadj 23 Basket- ball isquadl 1, iteaml 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, captain 43 All- School Award 33 Major play 3, 43 Junior play 33 Boys' Boost- ers 43 'D" club 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Press club 3, 43 Student Council representative 2. SULLIVAN, BOB-"Bold"-Class vice president 33 Football fsquadl 1, 2, fteamj 3, 43 Track fsquadj 1, fteamy 2, 3, 43 Vaud. 2. 33 Student Council rep- resentative 43 "D" club 43 Hi-Y 4. SVVINSCOE, EDNVIN - "Like- able"-Football tsquadj 1, 2. 3, fteamj 43 Basketball fsquadb 2, fteaml 3, 43 Track fsquadj 1. Cteamh 2, 3, 43 Benzene Ring 43 Hi-Y 3, 4. THUELIN, PAUL - "Valorous" -Football fsquadb 1, 2, Cteaml 3, 43 Track Csquadj 1, 2, tteaml 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Sportsman's club 4. TOBEY, EARL - "Laudable" - Boys' Boosters 43 Hi-Y 43 Tum- bling 1. TOBISKA, ANNE-"Flirtations" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee club 33 Operetta chorus 43 Op- eretta 33 Mixed chorus 33 A Cappella choir 43 Basketball 1, 23 Volleyball 1, 23 Baseball 1,21 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Major play 43 Junior play 33 Double A Follies 1, 2, 3, 43 Vaud. 3, 43 Girls' Boosters 1. 23 "D" club 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Lat- in club 23 Honor Society 3, 43 International club 43 French club treasurer 4. TOOLE, MARY-"Shy" - Round Table 3, 43 Glee club 33 Operet- ta chorus 33 Basketball 43 Base- ball 3, 43 Tennis 3, 43 Hockey 3, 43 Craig High School, Craig, Colorado 1, 2. TROUTMAN, MILDRED-"Affa- ble"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Latin club 2, 3, 4. UZZELL, GRACE - "Engaging" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 23 Knights and Pages 4. VAN SICKLE, LOWELL-"Heed- less"-Glee club 1, 23 Football fsquadl 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball fsquadb 1, 2, 33 Track 3. 131315131113 SEN IORS VINCENT, LAURA-"Ingenuous" -Glee club 23 Operetta chorus 2, 3, 43 A Cappella choir 43 Mixed chorus 33 Double A Fol- lies 2, 43 Knights and Pages 43 Press club 43 Jane Ivinson Hall, Laramie, Wyoming 13 All Saints High School, Sioux galls, South Dakota 33 Hockey WALLACE, LUCILLE-"Maiden- ly"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Tennis 33 Hockey 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Double A. Follies 3, 43 Girls' Boosters 43 Knights and Pages 43 Benzene Ring 43 Latin club 23 Sharks club 4. WALTER, EVALYN - "Wistful" -Round Table 43 Spilled Ink staff 43 Commercial Contest 33 Knights and Pages 43 French club 43 Press club 43 Owasso I-Hgh School, Owasso, Michigan WALTHALL, BETTY -- "Vivid" -Round Table 1, 3, 43 Cache la P o u d r e Consolidated High School, Laporte, Colorado, 2. WARREN, CHARLES-"Fastidi- ous" VVEINLE, FRED-"Debonair"- Football fsquadl 1, 23 Track Csquadl 1, 23 Tennis 3, 43 Ma- jor play 43 Junior play 33 Vaud. 43 Operetta 43 Stage crew 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 23 Ice Hockey 4: "D" club 3, 4. WELLER, BETTY - "Obliging" -Round Table 3, 43 Spanish club 43 Knights and Pages 43 Bixby High School, Bixby Okla- homa lj Idaho Springs High School, Idaho Springs, Colo- rado 2. WESTFALL, RALPH - "Noble" -Clars secretary-treasurer 13 Spilled Ink staff 43 Lambkin business manager 43 basketball csquadb 1, 2. 3. fteamy 43 Track 3, captain 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Major play 4: Student Council vice president 43 class representative 3, 43 Boys' Boosters 4: "D" club 43 Benzene Ring 43 Latin club 2, 33 Sharks club vice president 43 Junior Hi-Y 2, Senior Hi-Y 3, presi- dent 43 Honor Society 3, secre- tary-treasurer 43 Press club 43 International club 43 State Hi- Y president 4. ---.1- WHITE, BOB - Lambkin staff 33 Football fslllladl 1. 2. 3, tteamj 43 Bas- ketball fsquadj 1, 2, fteaml 3. 43 Junior play 33 Vaud. 43 Stage crew 43 "D"club 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Senior Hi-Y 3, 43 Press club 3, president 43 Track isquadj 1, lteamj 2, 3, 4. "Urbane" - WIDMAN, LISLE-"Dynamic"- Operetta chorus 43 A Cappella choir 43 Spilled Ink, assistant editor 4, staff 33 Lambkin staff 33 Commercial contest 33 Ben- zene Ring 43 Latin club 2, 33 Sharks club 3, president 43 De- bate 2, 3, 43 National Forensic League 2, 3, president 43 Senior Hi-Y 43 Honor Society 43 Press club 3, 43 International club 4. WILLIAMS, GEORGE - "Meri- torious"-Trztck lsquadj 1, 3. 43 Benzene Ring 43 Orchestra 1, 2, NVILLIAMS, MARGARET LEE- "Unostentatious"-Round Table 43 Central High School, Fort Worth, Texas, 1, 2, 3. WINBERG. EDYTHE -- "Diffi- dent"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Ba eball 33 I-Iockey 33 Knights and Pages WINBERG, IOSEPHINE-"Inno- cent"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Hockey 33 G. A. A. 2, 33 Knights and Pages 43 Yale-Princeton 3. VVISE, JOE-"Dauntless"-Foot- ball manager 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1. 2. 3, 43 Student Council repre- sentative 13 Boys' Boosters 43 Benzene Ring 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2, Senior Hi-Y 3, second vice president 4. WOLF ,ROGER-"Virile"-Foob ball 43 Track 3, 43 Student Council representative 1. 23 Benzene Ring 43 Junior Hi-Y 1, president 2, Senior Hi-Y 3. 43 Tumbling 1, 2, 3, 4. WOODARD, BOB - "St0ical"- Football Csquadb 1, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball fsquadl 1, 2, 3, 43 Track fSC1U21dl 2, 3, 43 Spanish club 33 Benzene Ring 43 Senior Hi-Y 3, 4. WOODARD, FRED - "Indolent" -Football fsquadj 1, 2, 3, 43 Track fsquadl 3, 43 Pep club 13 Junior Hi-Y 1, 2. WRIGHT, LEE-"Adventurous" NINETEEN ERB! RMI SENIOR NAMES WITH N0 PICTURES ARMSTRONG, TRUMON-"Dev- ilish"-Spilled Ink staff 2, 3: Commercial contest 53 Major play 5: Stage crew 4. 5g Boys' Boosters secretary 53 Sharks club 1, 23 Press club 3, 4, Hock- ey manager 53 "D" club 5. CONOVER, DOROTHY-"Serene" -Round Table 3, 4: Lafayette High School, Lafayette, Colo- rado 1, 2, 3. CULBERTSON, DON-"Solemn" EMSLIE, JAMES JR.-"Jovial" Sportsman's club 4. FARRINGTON, EDMOND - "Hardbolled"-Football isquadJ 1, 2, 33 Basketball isquadp 1, 2, Track fsquadl 1, 2. GALINDO, RAYMOND - "VVag- glsh"--Tracktsquadlz, 33 Wa- verly Hlgh School, Waverly, Colorado 1. HECK. MARY ELLEN-"Bonny" -Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Volley- ball . HUMPHREY, KEITH - "Refin- ed"-Football Qsquadb 35 Ten- nis 2g Major play 4, Benzene Ring 4. JACKSON, CLARENCE - "Medi- tatlve"-Sharks club 4. TWENTY KINTZLEY, FRANCIS-"UnrivaL led"-Stock Judging team 3, 4g Livestock cl'lb 3, 41 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, president 4. KUNCE, LUCILLE - "Golden"- Round Table 43 Estes Park High School, Estes Park, Colo- rado 1, 2, 3. LONGLEY, HILDA - "Fair-spo- ken" LYNCH, DAN-"Somber"-Stock Judging team 1, 2,5 Crops club 1, 25 Poultry club 1: Livestock club 1, 25 F. F. A. I, 2, 4. MCRAE, GILBERT-"Serious" PARTRIDGE, ALICE - "Ani- mated"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2: Latin club 3. 4. PETERSON, F R E D E R I C - "Slow" PROPP, WILLIAM-"Gallant" ROTE, LUCILLE - "Commend- able"-Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 23 G. A. A. 1, 2: French club 43 Orchestra I, 2, 33 Senior chorus 4. SALAS, MARY - "Generous" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 4. SARVER, ETHEL - "Loyal" - Round Table 1, 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 1, 2: Volleyball 15 Baseball 13 Hockey 1, 2: G. A. A. 1, 23 Latin club 2: French club 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3. SEARS, ROBERT-"Bored" SEIFERT, GERHARD - "Thoughtful"-Football isquadj 2, Sharks club 4. SEIFERT, SYLVESTER - "San- guine"-Sharks club 1. SULLIVAN, SHIRLEY - "Entic- ing"-Longmont High School, Longmont, Colorado, 1, 2, 3. TODD, DWAYNE - "Audacious" -Major play 4: Operetta 43 "D" club 4. VANCE, SAM - "Doughty" - Poultry Judging team 3, Crops club 3, president 4, Poultry club 2, president 33 Livestock club 3, vice president 4, F. F. A. treasurer 3, reporter 4. VQEAGLE, CATHERINE - "Doc- i e" WALT, DON - "Unperturbed"- Class treasurer 3, Football fsquadh 1, 2, 3, tteamj 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Coun- cil representative 2: Senior Hi- Y 3, vice president 4. Six Hundred Miles from Nowhere" ZlEiHBQiBiRiliH EERE! JRIHR TXVFIN'l'Y-'l'HRl'2E :,.. 15 iEiFlH-!iBiRIliH ZEIRHHBIRIIIH M JUNIOR NAMES WITH NO PICTURES TAKEN ALBIN, CLAIRE BENEFIEL, RONALD BLOCK, MARGARET BRANDT, BRUCE BYRON, EUGENE CHIARO, LENA CHIARO, LUCY COLLAMER, JAMES COLLINS, DORIS CONGDON, ROGER DEMMEL, JACK DINNEBECK, DALE DIXON, SHIRLEY DOUGLASS, CARL EMBREY, DOROTHY ENDSLEY, HARRY ERICSON, ERNEST ESHELMAN, CLAYTON GALINDO, ALFONSO GARDNER, MABEL OLIVE GARNER, BURDETTE GLAHN. AUBREY GRAY, GEORGE GRIMES, STANLEY HAHN, ANNA HANSON, STANLEY HEATON, WILLIAM HEIN, ARNOLD HEINZE, BERTI-IA HENDERSON, VIRGINIA HOLCOMB, OWEN HORN, JACK HOUT, MARJORIE HUNT, PAUL JONES, RUBY KENNARD, PEARLE KIMBLE, PEARL K NUFFKE, FLORENCE KRUG, WALTER KUHN, DOROTHY KUHN, HARRY KYLE, HELEN LAIRD, CORNELIA LAMB, CHARLINE LAMKIN, ELNORA LEONARD, BETTY LORENZ, DICK LYNCH, DON MCBRIDE. ROSAMOND MCDOWALL, FRANCES MENTZER. NEIL MICHAELIS. REUBEN MILLER, LAVVRENCE MOBLEY, JACK MORTON, RAMEL NELSON, BERNIECE NELSON, ETHEL OAKES, GENE O'NEAL, WILFRED PACHECO, FRANK PARSONS, EDVVIN PAYTON, GUY PEREZ, PETE PETERSON, ESTELLA PETERSON, MARIUS PHIPPS, VANCE PIERCE. WILDA PINGREE, NELSON PINKERTON, BETTY PROPP, WILMA ROBERTS, ALTHEA ROHVVER, RICHARD SANDERS, CAROLINE SAVAGE, DONALD SCHEID, ELSIE SCHUKAR, ARTHUR SETZER, BARBARA SIMPSON, MILLARD SPAULDING, ALTA MA STONEMETS, ATI-IA TAYLOR, RUTH TEFFT, FRANCES THOMPSON, ELLIO THOMPSON, MARTHA TRIPPEL, JOHN VAIL, BOB VANNORSDEL, DALE VARRA, HAROLD E WHITFORD, DeFORREST WILSON, FRANCES WISE, VICTOR WOODBURY, ARTHUR TVVENTY-FIVE EHHIBRIB Pikes Peak or Bustl Eihiiiwkllill --if-:-man-maaaxn -:--- 'rw 1-:NTY-Nix i Adslt, Glen Akin, Vivian Ruth Albert, Jeanne Alexander, Raymond Algeo, George Allen, Arthur Allison, Russell Anderson, Irene Angell, Jesse Atherly, Joe Avery, George Axtell, Gall Ayres, Katherine Baird, Imogene Banks, Paul Bashaw, Iona Blakeslee, Helen Bland, Lowell Boss, Donald Bowman, Una Brack, Helen Brenlman, Clifton Brezlna, Grant Broad, Margery Brolliar, Margery Brooks, Mary Ann Brown, Aletha Brunton, James Brushwiller, Lawrence Buderus, Leona Burrill, Margaret Bush, Cecelia Byron, Allce Black, Wilbur Bonham, Fletcher Campton. Billie Case, Albert Chapman, Shirley Codl, John Coffin, Barbara Cook, Carol Cromer, Elizabeth Curtis, Albert Cole, Gladys Cole, Harold Davis. Richard Decker, Bob Denny, Frances Desjardins, Paul Dickey, Doris Dinnebeck, Thelma Donelson, Dick Douglass, Albert Douglass, Virginia Dresse, Esther Dunlap, Raymond Dunlap, Ronald Eichwald, Ida Elliott, Frank Emslle, Billie England, Ann Ella Ericson, Randell Essex, Gerene Fallon, Dick Farner, Jessie Farrar. Bob Ferguson, Glenn Frels, Selma Garner, Ruth Glddlngs, Peggy Jane Goodrich, Betty TH IRTY ZlliFlBQiBiRillR YV Gowans, Walter Graefe, Floyd Graefe, Lloyd Gray, Wayne Greftenius, Levern Griffith, Richard Hahn, Ruth Hanson, Dorothy Harms, Margaret Harned, Dorothy Harvey, Waldo Hatten, Doris Henderson, Howard Herman, Ruth Herrin, Roy Hillen, Bob Hiner, Roberta Hobbs, Dale Hodges, Owen Holmes, Eugene Holslnger, Floyd Holslnger, Lloyd Horn, Lilah Householder, Robert Humphrey, Neil Hunter, Louise Hurt, Wilbur Jackson, Marian Jackson, Thelma Jobe, Annette Johnson, Dale Johnson, Paul Jones, Katherine Justus, Dorothy Justus, Wayne Kerbel, Hielen Kimble, Muriel Kinghorn, Elizabeth Kinney, Dona Ruth Kintzley, Joseph Krug, Hubert Kuemmerlln, George Laes, Richard Lankford, Don Lathrum, Joan Lesher, Harry Llggett, Shirley Lyon, Sherman McMurdo, Joanne McNey, Jackie McRae, Frances Mason, Glenn Mauk, Ruth Meade, Eston Mechling, Ben Michaud. Dorothy Michie, James Michie, John Miller, Beth Elaine Minter, Roy Morton, Stuart Moseley, Lawrence Nichols, Phyllis Norris, Thaine Oberg, Donald Orr, Ruth Otis, Stanley Owens, LeRoy Patterson, Robert Pennock, Glenn Peterson, Arthur Peterson, Dale Peterson, Edythe Peterson, Iona Peterson, Woodrow Portner, Archie Powers, Charles Poynter, Rosalie Rayner, Retha Reltz, Nadine Rice, William Robidoux. Leo Rogers, Violet Ruddick. Florine Rutt, Dorothy Salaz, Fannie Saraclno, Louie Scheid, Herbert Schneider, Esther Scott, Charles Scrivner, Lairie Setty, Charlene Shoffner, .Iohn Shollne. Harold Silver, Shirley Skerry, Barbara Smith, Lester Smith, Mildred Smith, Zoleda Snow, Eileen Snyder, Gyneth Sperr, Betty Spiher, Lotus Spiher, Muriel Stephens, Clarence Stewart. Ruth Stroh, Harold Stroh, Lee Stryker, Eldora Sullivan, Pat Swinscoe, Dale Taylor, Burdette Tefft, James Tilton, Robert Tobey, Bill Toliver, Frances Toole. Edna Townsend, Isabel Townsend, Mary Treadwell. Roy Tresner, Charlene Trimble, Billy Trimble, Charles Trostel, Dorothy Underwood, Betty Grace Vandewark, Martha Vigil, Garfield Waag. Lillian Walt, Fannie VVebster, Harold Welter, Margaret Whelan, Beulah Whitaker, Edward Williams, Dale Williams, Dorothy Williams, Harley Wolf, Anna Jane Wolf, Donald W'orth. Inez B. Williams, Walter Young, Elizabeth Go IDC-zst, ljounq man Go IDC-zstl' ilCiFlHiiBiRiliR ZEREIBRHB Aanes, Mary Ackelson, Homer Acosta, Abraham Adsit, Helen Ahlbrandt, Clarence Alexander, Helen Ruth Allard, Amos Allard, Fern Allard, Ruth Allbrandt, Grace Allen, Christine Anderson, Shlrley Angell, Geraldine Austin, Marjory Baechler, Alice Beard, Don Board, Cecll Bonham, Margaret Bowers, Luella Breen, Mary Brenlman, Gordon Brown, Don Brown, Ethel Mae Burlingame, Kathryn Burnett, Roy Butler, Ellen Byers, Hugh Cable, Willa Marie Chavez, John Christensen, Rayma Clark, Roy Clayton, Elizabeth Clerking, Maxine Codl, Josephine Collopy, Mary Copeland, Harold Cram, Wilford Daniels, Lorena Daniels, Ned Day, Esther Dees, Clifford Delnes. Wilbur Dey, Robert Diaz, Victor Dimmit, Betty Dolan, Clifford Dougherty, Julia Dreher. Tom Drennon, Ruby Dunlap, Ormond Durrell, Dorothy Edwards, Frenian Egan, Anna Egan, Eileen Elliott, Robert Entwlstle, Joseph Espelin, Raymond Evans, James Felt, Lorene Ferguson, Juanita Ferris, Catherine Foos, Solomon Ford, Judith Ford, R. E. Forington, Anna Bell Foss, Eugene Foster, Jefferson Fowler, Ruth Fraser, Donald Frownfelter, Deane Funk, Lorene Gardener, Ellen Gardner, Robert Geringer, Alex Glllisple. Marvin Goodrich, Herbert Gorsuch, Marilyn Gowans, Catherine Graefe, Dorothy Graham, Donald Graham, Eddie Graham, Margaret 'I'HIH'l'Y-FOUR mum mn, FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL Greenwalt, Lucille Crreenwalt, Wilma I-Laldeman, Chester Hamilton, Wallace Hanson, Audrey Hapney, Hope Harbison, Arthur Harlan, Meryl Hatten, Bob Haynes, Arllen ' Healy, Donald Holmes, Frances Holtsclaw, Clyde Hoover, Geneva Howard, Laurese Hunt, Richard Hoff, Gordon Johnson, Virginia Judge, Mildred Kelley, Howard Kelley, Clement Kemp, John Kincaid, Dan Kincaid, Russel King, Bertram Kirkpatrick, Vaughn Klipple, Robert Krug, Ruth Kyle, Jimmy Lafon, Edward Lamkin Larson, Alberta Laumann, Mary Lawver, Ernest Layden, .Toe Liggett, Lyle Lindenmeier, Beverly Lockman, Billy Long, Myrtle Laos, Myrna Lynch, Robert McColloum, Lyle McGuire, Oscar Mahoney, Mary Maxwell, Erma Mefford, Junior Mlchaelis, Alvin Miller, Frank Mobley, Harriett Moninger, Robert Morrison, June Morton, Eugene Mosher, David Myers, Cecile Nelson, Anita Nelson, Jayne Nelson, Lloyd Nelson, Thelma Nevins, Eileen Nicholson, Raymond Nlghswonger. Elmer Norris, Raymond Nowack, Eileen Orleans, Irene Overton, Clark Pacheco, Joe Parker, Leona Parr, Dorothy Parsons, Lee Peasley, Shirlee Peterson, Ruth Polley, Ernest Portner, Mildred Post, Chandler Price, James Prolill. Elsie Puckett, Arthur Putney, Frank Ricci, Frank Rigden, Agnes Ringland, Melvina Ritter, Alice Robertson, Alvin Robinson, Verle Rock, K. C. Jr. Rohrbacker, Opal Roller, Laveta Rosenoff, Emma Ross, Robert Rudolph, Gordon Rumley, Aaron Runge, Laura June Rutt, Helen Sackett, Leslie Sanders, Raymond Jr Saunders, Ruth Schmer, Harold Schmer, Leonard Schneider, Alice Schneider, Charles Schneider, Edward Schneider, Everett Schwart, Victor Scott, Eula. Sears, Don Sevier, Bob Shaffer, Marguerite Shellman, Dale Simpson, Raymond Smith, Geraldine Spence, Arlona Spence, Beatrice Spence, Thelma Spight, Bill Stadelman. Victor Stewart, Graham Stewart, Jean Stonemets, Opal Stonemets, Orpha Stonestreet, Louise Stout, Bernita Stover, Bill Straight, John Sullivan, Betty Sullivan. Ruth Summerton, Charles Suppes, Lee Swan, Donald Tafoya, Eddie Taylor, Chandler Taylor, Dora Louise Thomas, George Townsend, Bud Troudt, Irene Troudt. Louise Trujillo, Dan Upshaw, Jane Vail, Kenyon Van De Vegt, Janet Van Hamm, Junior Veasey, Peggy Viney, Hazel Wagner, John Walk. Wlllabeth VValker, Marjory WValters, George Warren, Allen Watson, Rhea Ruth Wessels, Vvllfred VVetzler Dorothy Weyandt, John Wheeler, J. T. Widger, Austin Wldger, Floyd WVilliams, Althea Winey, Lee Wire, Shirley Ann Wise. Paul Woodard. John Woods, Leo Wray, Victor P.-lthfindc-:rs ZIiHEiiBiRIlill Q WM ?-:anaemia l FACULTY Administration WARD I. MILLER A.B., A.M University of Denver Denver, Colorado WALTER S. TATUM A.B., A.M University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado Columbia University New York, New York, English BARBARA BELLOWS A.B University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan JOANNE BAHR A.B Wittenberg College Springfield, Ohio MABEL JOHNSON A.B University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado LACY MILLER A.B., A.M Washburn College Topeka, Kansas University of Denver Denver, Colorado VADA MUNDELL A.B University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado SUE QUICK Ph.B Denison University Granville, Ohio MARY TYRE A.B University of Denver Denver, Colorado Social Studies 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 JAMES A. TRACY A.B., A.M. University of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa University of Denver Denver, Colorado ALICE R. WOLFE A.B., A.M. University of Denver Denver, Colorado Foreign Languages HELEN KNOWLES A.B. Colorado College Colorado Springs, Colorado A FERN NEWSOM A.B. University of Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska ALICE M. PERSON A.B. University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado Science JOHN S. CONGDON A.B., A.M. Wheaton College Wheaton, Illinois CHARLES FARNHAM A.B. Wheaton College Wheaton, Illinois MIRIAM JOHNSON B.S. Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado Mathematics DAN BEATTIE B.S. Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado T. R. BLEVINS A.B. Washburn College Topeka, Kansas VERA HICKMAN A.B. University of Denver Denver, Colorado THIRTY-SEVEN fi--mas-1 anal FACULTY Mathematics ALVIN SANSBURN A.B Colo. State College of Education Greeley, Colorado Home Making MARY FRANCES INMAN B.S., M.S Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado MARIE J UEL B.S Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado Commercial MILDRED DRACH A.B University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado J. R. LANPHEAR Baker University Baldwin, Kansas Ferris Institute Big Rapids, Michigan BERTHA MCNABB Kansas State Teachers College Hayes, Kansas Shop OTIE REESE Southern Illinois Normal Carbondale Illinois Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado C. W. VEST University of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado Agriculture LLOYD E. ASPINWALL B.S Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado lHll 'FY-l'IlIlH'I' Art LAURA PURCELL B.S. Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado Physica Ed ucat' LORNA MUL R B.S. Univ it owa Iow , Iowa F. J. TREFFEISEN B.S. Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado Music KATHARYN BAUDER Colorado State College Fort Collins, Colorado Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois University of Southern California Los Angeles, California GREGORY BUEICHE B.M. University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas Librarian ROZETTA THURSTON A.B., B.S. in L.S., A.M. Pacific Union College Angwin, California University of Denver Denver, Colorado Office IOLA BUSKOHL ' Fort Collins, High School Fort Collins, Colorado Fort Collins School of Commerce Fort Collins, Colorado FAYE EPLEY Fort Collins High School Fort Collins, Colorado 'Y Rf-ALLIFL f 1ji , 3 'xx f li, i -:--ammamnal Third Row- Bonham, ll. Fallon, C. Trimble, .I. Fallon, Dale, Dunlap, D. Kincaid, F. Miller. Second Row--Kimble, Hyatt, l7?liZl9l, Mr. Tracey, Kannvel NVylie. First llnwfeblcrivner, Z. Miller, Peitersen, Prendergasl, VVestfall, Burrill, Sullivan, Ellis. STUDENT COUNCIL Officers President ....... ................ D ick Kreutzer Vice President -- M........ Ralph Westfall Secretary ..... ,-.--Shirley Prendergast Treasurer .... ,..... M argaret Burrill Sponsor ........ - .............. Mr. James A. Tracey Student Council, consisting of twelve seniors, eight juniors, six sophomores, and four freshmen, carries the responsibility of the student government of the school. It meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at fifth period in room 310. Representatives were chosen this year to attend the second annual meeting of the Northeastern Colorado Association of High School Councils held on December 5, 1934 at Fort Morgan. The purpose of the meeting was to further the interest in student councils and to give schools better oppor- tunity to become acquainted with the organization of other schools. The two projects especially sponsored by the Student Council this year were to aid in buying the grand piano for the school and to back the publication of the LAMBKIN. Student Council also sponsors the candy stand, the money from which is given to those organizations of the school which have no other source of income or which need assistance in balancing their budgets. The school social hours are under the supervision of the Council. F4 l R 'I' Y Fourth Row-Chapman, Hapke, Stewart, Schroer, Jobe, Glendinning, Rutt, Henderson, Lane. Third Row-Lanyon, Hoerlein. T, Ely, W'estfall, Lear, Mitton, Cram, H. Ely, Bascom, Mr. Farnham. Second Row--Scott, Degney. Stone, NVallace, McGregor, Amen. L. Smith, Schafer, Brewer. First Row-Prendergast, Robinson. Irwin, Barlow, Ritter, Burrill, Rudolph, Crissman, Tobiska. Greenacre. BEN ZENE RING Officers President ................ - ............. Jack Ritter Vice President ................ ...... A rthur Burrill Secretary-Treasurer ....................... Ira Dilts Sponsor .................... Mr. Charles V. Farnham Benzene Ring is established to deepen the appreciation of chemistry and to increase a knowledge of its application and uses in the home and the community. Membership is for seniors who are interested in chemistry and whose grades in the subject are passing. This year there were about sixty members. Once a month the club meets in the high school. Talks on minerals and metallurgy, on the Boulder Dam, interesting chemical demonstrations, and music by the club's members were included in the year's program. FORTY-ONE iznmmsmun Third Row-Ferguson, WVise, Kuhn, Avery, Johnson, Burrill, Westfall, Jobe. Second Row-Tobey, Brzick, Townsend, Peterson, Riddell, Becker, Frownfelter, First Row-Hall, Miller, Schroer, Mr. Farham, Mr. Reese, Sudduth, Liggett, Daniels. BOYS' BOOSTERS Officers President ............. .- ............... Keith Miller Vice President ............................ Joe Wise Sponsors .......... Mr. Otie Reese, Mr. C. V. Farnham The Boys' Pep Club was organized this year for the purpose of sup- porting athletics and other activities of the school. Members are chosen at the first meeting of the year from the four classes and must be passing in at least three subjects. The distinctive mark of a Boy Booster is a yellow sweater with a purple lamb's head in front and the word "Lambkins" across the shoulders in back. l4'Uli'l'Y-'l'VVU -imma mm -- Fifth Row--Soott, Bascom, VVallace, Allen, Walt, Robinson, M. Prendergast, Hoffman, Bush, Fourth Itcw-Sullivan. Graham, Ford. Kimble, Runge, Underwood, Unshaw, Rigden. Third Row-Bonham, Fowler, VVylie, Jackson, Rayner, Akin, VVorth. Second Row-Stoneniets, Stonemets, Miller, Forsythe, S, Prendergast, Link, Stone. Dinnebeck. First Row-Mauk, Cook, Rudolph, Miss Mulder, Richard, Bartels, Stuart, Ligfgett. GIRLS' BOOSTERS CLUB Officers President ........................... Lucile Rudolph Vice President ........................ Ruth Bartels Secretary ......................... T .... Ida Richard Sponsor ........... .............. M iss Lorna Mulder Peppy? I'll say they're peppy-those forty Boosters with their purple and gold outfits which they Wear every Friday. From a list of twenty candidates, ten are chosen from each class, and woe to the Freshmen! For they must go thru an initiation as peppy as the club itself! The loyal Boosters back everything the school does. At basketball and football games, they put on stunts between halves, they sell tickets to every game and play, and stir up the school enthusiasm with rousing pep meetings. FURTY-TH RICE --L-mamsr.un-:--- Second Row-Polley, Widman, Glendinning, Rouse. First Row-McDowall, Thom-pson, Mr. Tracey, Hughes, Leach. DEBATE Forensics is a major activity. The Lambkins are members of the State Debate League, the National Forensic League, sponsor Sharks' Club, give a school sweater for participation in forensics, and this year captured fourth place in the State Debate Tournament. Lambkin orators this year have taken part in 4'5 inter-school contests with teams from Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska. The debate teams have met Windsor, Cheyenne, Grover, Eaton, Ault, Longmont, Fort Morgan, Scottsbluff, Littleton, Gree- ley, University of Denver Freshmen, Rocky Ford, Florence, Holy Family, Arvada, and Boulder Prep. Individual Forensic Rating Years Declama- Ex- N. F. L. Active Debates tion temp Points Lisle Widman .... .... 3 42 2 1 146 Ellio Thompson ..... ..... 2 8 45 Philip Rouse ........ - ..... 1 24 63 Betty Jean Hughes .... ..... 1 16 44 James Glendinning --- .... 1 6 1 35 Ernest Polley ....... .... 1 3 15 Frances McDowall ..... .... 1 1 6 Mary Louise Summers --- ----1 1 4 Francis Bee ........... .... 1 1 FORT Y-FOUR 21ciamrmum --- Sixth Row--XVisdom, Williams, Hankins. Fifth Row-Nye, Armstrong, VVeinle, White, Roten, Bowen, Burrill, Hoerlein. Fourlh Howe-Cresswell. A. Ellis, Barnes. W, Miller, Kanavel, Hall. Third Row-Irwin, Barnhart, Schureman, McGregor, Link, Roemer, Hoffman, Hannah, Fischer. Second Row-Greenacre, M. Ellis, Toblska., Seyster, Dalziel, Miss Johnson, Sudduth, Schroer, Clippinger. First Row-K. Miller, Marshall, Solin, Robinson, Prendergast, Liggett, Westfall. DRAMATIC CLUB Officers President ............................ Kirby Dalziel Vice President ....................... Alvin Hoerlein Secretary-Treasurer ..................... Helen Link Sponsor ........................ Miss Mabel Johnson The Dramatic Club is organized for the purpose of sponsoring all dramatic enterprises, affording dramatic training for students, and form- ing social contacts between the members. This club is one of the oldest organizations in the high school. Its membership is limited to those who have leading parts in the dramatic productions, or are business managers, property managers, or members of the stage crew. The Dramatic Club has, as its annual production, the Vaudeville. This is planned and presented entirely by members of the club. A spring, fall, and Winter picnic comprise the social functions of the year. FORTY-FIVE ----:mammals l Third Row-Allard, Healy, Bee, Spight, Bland. Sem-und How-Pacheco, A. Michaelis, Mr Aspinwall, R, Michaelis, Brushwiller, Vance, First Row--ll. Peterson, Tafoya, Eshelman, Kintzley, Shellman, E. Peterson, VViney. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Officers President ................... ---Francis Kintzley First Vice President ..... .... E ugene Peterson Second Vice President -- .... Dale Peterson Reporter ............. ....... S am Vance Secretary ........... ...... L owell Bland Treasurer .......... .... R euben Michaelis Sergeant at Arms .... ...... C layton Eshelman Sponsor ......... ............... L loyd E. Aspinwall The Future Farmers of America is a nation-wide organization of farm boys with the purpose of making life more interesting on the farm. Chapter 37 is completing its fifth year in Fort Collins High School. Dur- ing this time, many worthwhile activities have been carried on, both of an educational and a social nature. Our chapter has been of state-wide service during the past three years by publishing the state F. F. A.. paper, the "Colorado Future Farmer." The local chapter has the unusual distinction of having had a state officer dur- ing the past four years. The activity program of the chapter is formulated and administered by an Executive Council consisting of seven members. Social meetings are held once a month during activity periods. Besides the regular program for the school year, a summer program is carried out. The membership this year is twenty-five. Fl lli'l'Y-SIX 'l'hirrl liow--Congdon. XVidman. Ritter, Burrill. VVestfall, Roten. Rossi, Tmggett, Schroer, Ely, Hughes. Second liow-Summers. lbegney. Greenacre, P. Marshall, Schafer, Cresswell, Crissmzui, A. Marshall, Hicliurdson, I irst Row-Miller, Prenderg,'u.st. Mr. Langdon. Miss XVOlfe. Ellis, Johnson, 'I'nl1isk:1, Lawrence. Simonds. Baseom, Schureman. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Officers President .......... - .......... ...... D ick Kreutzer Vice President ...... I ................. Ivan Johnson Secretary-Treasurer ............ -Mary Elizabeth Ellis Sponsors ..... Miss Alice R. Wolfe, Mr. Roy M. Langdon The purpose of the International Club is to foster in its members a deeper sympathy for and a broader understanding of nations other than their own. A serious study of international relations is eiected. Member- ship is based on scholarship. Meetings are held once a month at the homes of the members. During the first semester of the school year the program centered about the Latin countries and their relations with the United Statesg the second semester's study concerned Pacific countries with emphasis on Japan and China. Representatives were sent to the annual conference of the Northern Colorado International Relations clubs at Sterling on February 2, 1935. The subject discussed was the United States and Latin-American relations. The Fort Collins Club represented Brazil. Each spring the club sends delegates to a two-day state-Wide inter- national Relations Conference for high schools sponsored by the Univer- sity of Denver. This year the conference also discussed Pan-American relations. FOIVFY-SEVEN ---- inmmsmm l Third Row-Sanders, Rumley, Bradt, Bartels, Desjardins, Block. Second Row-Prendergast, Partridge, Troutman, Roemer. Thompson, McGregor. First Row-Mc-Intyre, Hubbard, Hoffman, Link, Smith, Wilke, Miss Knowles, INTER NOS Officers President .......................... Louise Hoffman Vice President ..................... Margaret Smith Secretary-Treasurer ..................... Helen Link Sponsor ..................... Miss Helen V. Knowles These modern Romans as nearly as possible conjure up the shades of their departed predecessors. They tell Latin stories and sing Latin songs at their monthly meetings. The two big events of their year are the fall initiation picnic and the spring banquet. The banquet is carried on in the real Roman manner. However, the club members balk at having roast mouse with poppy-seed on the menu: American strawberry shortcake is much preferred. FORTY-l2lGH'I' Fourth Row-Liggett, F. Miller, Moseley, Sholine, D. Kincaid, Lockman. Third Row-Decker, Otis, Whitaker, Stover, W. Cram, Shoffner, Dunelson, D. Fallon, Second Row-F. Holsinger, Webster, L. Smith, Graefe, Mr. Lanphear, Meade, Herrin, Wessels. First Row--L. Holsinger, K. Smith, W'olf, C. Trimble, Mechling, Avery, B. Trimble, Case. JUNIOR HI-Y Officers President ................................ Don Wolf Vice President ..................... Charles Trimble Secretary ............................ Albert Curtis Treasurer ..............e.. .... ...... B e n Mechling Sponsor ..................... Mir. John R. Lanphear Junior Hi-Y, an organization similar to the Senior Hi-Y, is composed of Freshman and Sophomore boys. The aim of the club is to create a better standard of Christian character among the members and throughout the school. In addition to the usual meetings of the club many interesting and entertaining activities are held, such as: a Father and Son banquet, a Mother's Day Banquet, parties, and picnics. Regular meetings come at activity periods. FOHTY-NINE --mammals --2 Fifth Row- Roemer, Hoffman, L. VVn.llace, Greenavre, Cresswell, Brolliar, Brewer, Uzzell, Weller, Seamans. Fourth Row-J. XVinherg, Hutt, Rudolph, Troutman, Michie, Kelso, Liggett. .lesser L. Nelson, VValter, Cosper. Third Row-Allen, U. Robinson. Lawrence, MacGregor, M. Prendergzist, Richards, Daggett, Hannah, Decker. E. Winherg. I Second llow-Sloan, Amen, L. Smith, Link, Irwin. Barlow, Degney, Stone, Vincent. First liowA'I'obiska, Crissman, Schafer, Scott, Miss Czitren, Buscom, Dalziel, Ellis Seyster, J. Robinson. KNIGHTS AND PAGES President ............................. Louise Scott The Knights, better known perhaps as the Big Sisters, consist of Senior girls who have been active in Round Table. This organization was started by Miss Catren in 1920 and since has been very active. The "Big Sisters" meet in the spring and choose their little sisters. In the fall a Knight's duty is to help the younger girls arrange their schedules and become acquainted with their teachers and the building. One of the first social functions of the school year is the Little Sister Teas, to which all the new girls are invited. The Knights try to be real sisters, to set up high ideals of scholarship and conduct, of honor in work and play, and fellowship in the school. FIFTY lzrmmrmamf-+ Third Row-Kreutzer, Hoerlein, Ritter, Scott, Roemer, Hoffman. Second Row-Widmnn, Irwin, Prendergast, Barlow. Link, Bascom, Seyster First Row-VVestfa.ll, Johnson, Miss Bellows, Ellis, Tobiska. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Officers President ......... ........ ...... I V an Johnson Vice President ...... ...... D ana Peitersen Secretary-Treasurer --- ........ Ralph Westfall Sponsor ................. ---Miss Barbara Bellows The Fort Collins Chapter of National Honor Society was organized in 1925. Members are elected each year by a faculty committee who base their selection on the ideals of the society: leadership, scholarship, character, and service. Not more than fifteen percent of any one class can belong. The Society holds a banquet each fall and a picnic each spring. FIFTY-ONE lmmmsmun -- Fouriim limi--Gln-ndinningg iioemer, Scott, Liggett, Hannah, Decker, ldherle, Brewer Brnck. Third How.-Hall, Vince-nt, MacGregor, Link, Clippinixer. Lawri-in-e, 'l'resne-r, K, Miller. Sm-rmrl Iiowvliudolph, ilousu, VVidm:1n, Cresswl-ll, Miss McNabb, Miss Nfolfe, Walter, Sinmnds. First Mr-w-Scliroi-r, XVestf:ill, Sciuireimui, Sudduth, lianmiun, White, Irwin, Butler, XV. Miller. PRESS CLUB Officers President ..A...............e............ Bob White Vice President ....................... Laura Landon Secretary-Treasurer ..................... Jean Irwin Sponsors .... Miss Bertha McNabb, Miss Alice R. Wolfe Press Club is an honorary organization composed of members of the LAMBKIN and SPILLED INK staffs and SPILLED INK reporters who have fulfilled certain requirements. A picnic initiation is held each fall to start the year. A second initia- tion meeting comes in the second school semester for those who have been taken onto either staff during the first half of the year. A spring party usually concludes the year. This year meetings were held when called rather than on a regular schedule. Fl F'l' Y - 'I VV 0 flfaamaaual Third How--Brewer, Iiote Sarver, Walter, Marshall. Second RowfHiner, Tittmnn, Bartels, Goeder, Freis, Desjardins. First lfow--Sitzman, Schafer. Tobiska, Seyster, Miss Person, Crissman, Ellis. RENDEZVOUS Officers President ....... ---Georgia Lee Seyster Vice President --- ---------- Mary Ellis Secretary ..--- -.--.- P atty Marshall Treasurer ...- .---- l ----Anne Tobiska Sponsor ---------.------------ -Miss Alice M. Person The purpose of the French Club is to promote interest in the French language, in the country and the customs of the people, to use the lan- guage, and to promote study. The motto of the organization is "peu a peu on va lion" which means "Little by little one goes far." Monthly meetings at the homes of the members are held. Programs are varied: sometimes French games are played, French composers and authors are studied, or speakers tell of their experiences in France. The club presents an assembly program during the second semester. FIF'l"Y-THREE l- mamma 1- A Third Row-Cosper, Coffin, Hoffman. Second RowASchureman, Eberle, Skerry, Rigden. First Row--Barnhart, Bascnm, Miss Czitren, Scott. VVilke. ROUND TABLE Officers President ....... ........ ..... B e tty Bascom Vice President --- ........ Louise Scott Secretary ..... ..... L ouise Barnhart Treasurer .... ........... L ucile Wilke Sponsor .... ......... M iss Lillian B. Catren Pledge "I give my word of honor That I will do my best to: Live purely, think truly, Right wrong, and honor God." Round Table is an organization for all high school girls. Its purpose is to promote high ideals, standards of character, and scholarship. Two meetings are held every month, one a general meeting in the auditorium, the other a meeting of separate Chapters. The theme of this year's program was an airplane flight in which each meeting repre- sented some part of the journey. The outstanding social activities of Round Table during the year are: the fall and spring picnicsg the Christmas party, which is a gift to the girls from Round Table, and the Mother's Day Pageant. The Social Service committee sends baskets of food and gifts of clothing at Christmas and Thanksgiving. FI FT Y-FOUR i-ZERHQBRJH Fifth Row--Kuhn, Stanley, Sullivan, Parsons, Beatty, Fallon, Becker, Lane, Hoerlein. Fourth How-K. Miller, VVise. Thuelin, Ritter, Case, Swinscoe, Whelan, Culbertson, Brandt Third Row-Rogers, VVoodard, Alldredge, VVidn1an, Savage, Irwin, Glendinning, Riddell. Second Row-T. Ely, Wolf, Westfall, Mr. Blevins, Stansbury, Barnes, Bellairs, Darnell, H. Ely, Iear. First Row-Tobey, Ferguson, Sudduth, Nve, Burrill, Johnson, Townsend, Dale. SENIOR HI-Y Officers President .................. .- ........ Ralph Westfall Vice President ............. .............. D on Walt Second Vice President ..................... Joe Wise Secretary ............................. Victor Cram Treasurer .........-................. Dick Krcutzer Sponsor .................... Mr. Theodore R. Blevins Hi-Y is among the oldest organizations in the school. Its chief pur- pose is to make better men of boys by instilling in them high standards of Christian character. Its platform is "clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, clean living." This year's program was planned as a round-the-world trip where speakers addressed the club on various foreign countries. The group meets during each activity period and has one evening meeting each month. Annual occasions include a Best Girls Banquet at Christmas and a spring picnic. The club also assists the Round Table in distributing the baskets at Thanksgiving and Christmas. FIFTY-FIVE wiaiamranii -- Third Ilow-Nye, Becker, Cressweli, Rossi, ilaggett, Simonds, Smith, Glendinning. Sc-eond lluw-VVallace, M. Premiergast, Robinson, S. l'renderg'ast, Cannon, Seifert, Pulley, Rouse. First Row-Stone, Richardson, 1-Illis, XVestfnll, Mr. 'I'rac'y, XVidman, Hughes, Johnson SHARfK'S CLUB Officers President - - -. ..... .... ................ L i sle Widman Vice President ...................... Ralph Westfall Secretary-Treasurer ................ Elmer Townsend Sponsor ........ .- ...........e,.... Mr. James Tracy The Shark's Club has a membership of sixty persons, chosen from those interested in debate. This year's membership is larger than it has ever been before. Meetings are held at homes of members where debating and extem- poraneous speaking are studied. Various activities are planned such as pic- nics and debate tournaments. The most notable of the latter for this year was a discussion of the question: Resolved: That the Townsend Old Age Pension plan should be adopted by the United States government. At initiations an impromptu speech was required of all new members. All the debate squad are required to belong. Fl l4"l'Y-SiX --Marana Fourth Row-Schroer, G. Smith, YValker, Cresswell, Miller, Scott., Cusper. Third Row-Irwin, M. Prendergast, Link, Glendinning. VVestfall, Schafer, Brack, Second Row-MacGregor, S. Prenderznst. Cannon, Miss McNabb, Decker, XValter, Brewer Tresner, Vincent. First How--Rudolph, House, VVidman. Roemer, Landon, Ellis, Ross, Simonrls, Lawrence SPILLED INK Staif Editor .........e..................... Ellen Roemer Associate Editors ............................ ---Lisle Widman, Philip Rouse, Margaret Cresswell News Editor --------- - -------------- Evalyn Walter Feature Editor --------------.------ Marjory Decker Sponsor ----------------------- Miss Bertha McNabb For the last three years, Spilled Ink, the high school newspaper. has appeared as a half-page published every Wednesday in the Fort Collins Express-Courier. The policy of Spilled Ink is to stand for clean journalism, clean sportsmanship, and service to the school at all times. The staff is chosen by the staH of the preceding year and the faculty sponsor. Anyone who Wishes to Work on the paper can sign up for a re- porter. Five acceptable assignments make a reporter eligible for feature Work, While one accepted feature opens membership in Press Club. FIFTY-SEVEN 2nmmrms1ii Third Row--Smith, Townsend, Emslie, Hoerlein. Si-m-ond How-Alexander, Farrens, Thuelin, liowuns, Rohwfr. First Row-Kuhn, Mr. Vest, Mr. Reese, Sitzmnn, Pingree. SPORTSMAN'S CLUB Officers President ..,...i. ......... .,.... H a rry Kuhn Vice President ........e.....,......... Victor Smith Secretary-Treasurer .e... .,..N.... R heinholt Sitzman Sponsors ..........w... Mr. C. W. Vest, Mr. Otie Reese The Sportsm-an's Club is one of the newer organizations of the school. Its purpose is to promote among its members interest in some hobby. This winter the meetings have been largely given over to tying flies and con- ditioning Iishing rods for spring use. Later the Club plans to include those interested in rifle shooting, as Well as fishermen. Meetings are held during activity periods and on Monday evenings. Dean Johnson of the College was one of the guest speakers of the year. A spring fishing trip is planned where members hope to catch some "big ones" with the flies they tied during the winter. Fl F'l' Y-FIG H 'I' E-:anaemia Fourth Row-Toole, Coffin, Goeder, Beatty, Case, Justus, Moore. Third Rov.-Laird, Schindler. Straub, Cosper, Scott, Jobe, Townsend. Byers, Stewart, Wallace. Second RowAXVeller, L. Smith. Bascom, Irwin. .T. Robinson, Degney, Stuart. First Row---C. Robinson, Allen, Cresswell, Barlow, Miss Person, Barnes, Brolliar, Hannah, Stonemets. Butler. LA TERTULIA Officers President ................,............ Bob Barnes Vice President ...............,..... Vivienne Barlow Secretary ....-.....................e.. Joy Brolliar Treasurer ...................... Margaret Cresswell Sponsor ....................... Miss Alice M. Person The purpose of the Spanish Club is to gain a better knowledge of the Spanish language and the customs of Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries. Its programs consist of songs, games, and folk-dances, from these countries. Some of them are presented at the annual assembly pro- gram which the club gives. One meeting during the year is a supper at which Spanish foods are served. In the spring a banquet is given in a truly Spanish atmosphere. FIFTY-NINE ZlEiRB1iBiR31il1 l.0NG'S PICA K "O Susanna, donut qou omg for mc-:Q Tm bound for Colorado with mg banio on mg kneel 11 ZIHRH-1iBiRIliH '-T--ZEHBQBRHB ZlIiRHHBiRIliH 2nmm ma---+2 IF I WERE KING The dramatic productions of Fort Collins High School were ushered in by the Major Play, which was Ulf I Were King," Justin McCarthy's histor- ical romance. In many ways it was the most artistic of the various pro- ductions in recent years. The story is so familiar as to need no telling. Francois Villon, a poet and leader of the Paris rabble, is suddenly made Grand Marshall of France for a week with the understanding that at the end of that time he will sign his own death Warrant. The rest of the play concerns itself with showing how he saved France and Louis XI from the power of the Burgundians and won the love of a noble lady. Sylvia Tittman, as Katherine DeVauscelles, played opposite Harold Bowen, Francois Villon, in leading roles. Both portrayed difficult parts very well. Louis XI, as played by Charles Post, Was, perhaps, the outstand- ing characterization of the play. The roguish spirit of the common people of France Was Well enacted by the spritely Hugette and the aspiring Rene de Montigny, played by Kirby Dalziel and Fred Weinle. The entire cast included about sixty people, among whom Were: Jack Schroer, Alvin Hoer- lein, Bob Williams, Forrest Hall, David Sudduth, Ralph Westfall, Elizabeth Rumley, Georgia Lee Seyster, Helen Hannah, and Norris Nye. ONE NIGHT IN BETHLEHEM The annual Christmas gift of the high school to the community this year was the lovely version of the Christmas story, "One Night in Bethle- hem." Through the eyes of a little child the audience again experienced the thrill of the awe-struck shepherds of long ago, the Worship of the Wise Men, the bitterness of that cold Judean night, the kindliness of the warm, clean stable Where the Holy Family found refuge. Before the pageant began, the A Cappella choir, robed in red and white, from a stage set with evergreens, sang old time Christmas carols. The Windows of the main staircase were hung with the traditional Christ- mas pictures and lighted by tall tapers. DOUBLE A FOLLIES "Ship Ahoy" piloted by Captain Betty Jean Hughes, was presented at the A. A. Follies. The good ship G. A. A. sailed to many foreign countries, and the people of these countries entertained the ship's passengers with dances and songs. The ship also visited the story-book "Land of Oz" and the modern "Land of Jazz." Seth Parker and his folks were featured. The Follies were directed by Miss Lorna Mulder. SIXTY-FIVE ammaann---: SOUTH IN SONORA Bandits! Spanish senoritas! Handsome senors! "South in Sonora," with scenes laid in old Miexico, was the operetta presented by the music department this year. Its plot concerned Don Ricardo's decision that his oldest daughter must get a husband before any of the younger girls of his family might marry. Having fallen in love with some handsome young American engineers, the three younger sisters called upon a bandit chief to assist them in arranging a marriage for Catalina. Colorful costumes and bright settings, combined with very "singable" music, made the production one of the most enjoyable in years. A fact which made this operetta even more than usually interesting to Fort Collins people is that the composer, Charles Wakefield Cadman, once lived here. It was the kind of operetta that sent the audience home humming snatches of the choruses. Principals of the cast included: George Kanavel, Warren Wisdom, Forrest Hall, Ward Miller, Bob Barnes, Leland Brack, Alvin Hoerlein, Harry Ross, Clyde Young, Patty Marshall, Alberta Ellis, Louise Barnhart, Jeanette Robinson, Kirby Dalziel, Gertrude Fischer, Fred Weinle, Dwayne Todd, Ralph Giddings, Bob Williams, and Marjorie Clippinger. A support- ing chorus of sixty-one made the production most delightful. VAUDEVILLE This year's theme for the annual Vaudeville was "The Masquerade." The acts showed various people present at the dance. Among the scenes were: a Pierrot and Pierette danceg a collegiate number, "Here Comes Cookie," with Dorothy Schureman and a boys' chorus, "Dancing with My Darling," "Fare Thee Well, Annabelle," a novelty dance at a railroad sta- tiong an old-fashioned quartetteg a girls' trio and chorus number, a Stage Crew Novelty dance: and solo dances by Annie Bobs Marshall, Bob Sullivan, and Sylvia Tittman. STAGE CREW Manager ..... ................... H arold Bowen Electrician .............................. Jack Fallon The group upon whom depends the success of every play or assembly program regardless of its nature is the stage crew. They make the scenery called for by any script, they run the flood lights to make the stage a fairy-land, a ship, a tall forest, a Christmas manger. Even the prompt pulling of the curtains depends upon the trustworthy stage crew. Most of their work is of the unseen and unsung type. Only Miss Johnson and those who work directly with the dramatic productions of the school can really appreciate the stage crew at its true worth. The members of this year's crew are: Harold Bowen, Jack Fallon, Fred Weinle, George Roten, Bob White, Jack Goodwin, Trumon Arm- strong, NaDeen Liggett, Margaret Cresswell, Jean Irwin. Louise Hoffman and Helen Link are property managers. SIXTY-SIX -l-aaa mia l Fourth Row-Marshall, Cable, Darnell, Schroer, Avery, NVisdon1, Congdon, Brolliar, Fischer. Third Row-Kinghorn, Bascom, Colson. Hall, Barnes, Hoerlein, Kanavel, YVilke, Collins. Second Row-Ellis, K. Miller, Volz, Davis, Otis, WV. Miller, Gardner, Irwin, Robinson. First Row-Cable, Laird, Zabel, Miss Bauder, Miller, Tittman, Barnhart, Tobiska, VOCAL MUSIC Approximately one third of the students of the high school are regis- tered in vocal music classes, which include glee clubs, choruses, voice classes, quartette, and A Cappella choir. The A Cappella choir, organized this year, has a membership of forty. It has made many public appearances this year, both before local clubs and in connection with school activities. The group participated in the State Music Festival which is held an- nually in May. Miss Kathryn Bauder is director of the choir and of all the vocal classes. To Miss Bauder we owe the line reputation of the A Cappella choir. SIXT Y-SEVEN ZIHRH-1BiR!1il1 ,., ,-wsagfr "'-- .- "f"1:-fn , . l, FORT COLLINS HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Officers President ............-.................. Jean Irwin Vice President ...................... George Kanavel Secretary ..................-....... Vivienne Barlow Publicity .............................. Ida Richards Under the direction of Mr. Bueche, the orchestra this year has spent a good deal of time in improving its various sections and consequently shows the result of the hard work in commendable progress. Its annual 'concert was m-ost enjoyable. It is the orchestra which furnishes such a pleasant musical background for all school plays. This year they furnished accompaniment for the operetta, which added much to the pro-duction. As in years past, the group will enter the state contest this spring with the full expectation of adding to the good reputation it has already gained. This year awards, in the form of letters, are to be given in the orchestra, as in the band. The tbases for the award are: progress, attitude, turn-outs attended. Anyone who places in or wins a solo contest is also entitled to a letter. Members of the orchestra are: Violins: Alice Burlingame, Barbara Coffin, Roger Congdon, Frances Cutting, Bob Dar- nell, Belty Dimmitt, Ellen Gardner, Roberta I-liner, Bob Klipple, Ruth Krug, Elnora Lam- kin, Alberta Larson, Gene Oakes, Dana Peiterson, K. C. Rock, Margaret Smith. Zoleda Smith, Miriam Strauch, Kenyon Vail, Margery VValker, Shirley Wire, John Woodard. Cello: Vivienne Barlow, Jean Irwin, Elizabeth Young, Bob Williams, Rhea Ruth Watson. Bass Vloln: George Kanavel, Betty Johnson, Marion Jackson. Sousnnhonex Curtis Johnson, Tronubones: Robert Gardner, Claire Albin. Clurinets: Kenneth Goodwin, Wayne Draper. Forne-ts: Bill Adam, Dale Hobbs. Bassoon: Donald Graham.. Oboe-ss Elizabeth Kinghorn, Ida Richard. Flutes: Fern Allard, Beverly Farrens, Virginia Stuart. French Horns: Dale Vannorsdel, Ruth Sullivan, Tom Halley. FORT COLLINS HIGH SCHOOL BAND Officers I President ............................ Curtis Johnson Vice President ......... ..- - - - ............ Ward Miller Secretary ........... .- ......... - ..... Dana Peiterson Publicity ........................ Elizabeth Kinghorn The band plays for high school assemblies, foot-ball games, and 'various community functions. Several times during a school term Sunday concerts are given for the enjoy- ment of the public. One major interest of the organization is the spring contest which it has been fortunate enough to win several times. Starting this year, awards are to be given in the form of letters, such are given for participation in sports. To earn one of these awards, the member must attend a high per-cent of the turn-outs during the yearg he must have made a sufficient am-ount of progress on his particular instrument: his attitude must be good, he must have been in the band for at least two years. However, any state solo winner i-s entitled to a letter regardless of length of membership in the- band. The band is very proud to have as fine a director as they have in Mr. Bueche. The membership is as follows: Clurinels: VVilbur Black, Bill Colson, Harold Copeland, Don Culbertson. Richard Davis. Wayne Draper, Ernest Ericson, Dorothy Graefe, Leon Hapke, Clyde Holtsclaw, Richard Hunt, Vtfalter Krug, Bernard McIntyre, W'ard Miller, Agnes Rigden, Bob Sevier. Cm-nets: Bill Adams, Raymond Alexander, George Avery, Deane Frownfelter, Marvin Gillispie, George Gray, Dale Hobbs, Lyle Liggett, Frank Miller, Dana Peiterson, Eugene Stanley. Trombonesz Russell Allison, Bob Barnes, Bob Gardner, Raymond Sanders, Forrest Hall, John Orcutt. Alto Clnrlnets: Fred Reichers, Don Beard, Orville Liggett, Lawrence Moseley, Saxoplumes: Helen Alexander, Aubrey Glahn, Mary Jo Straight. Warren Wisdom, Hubert Krug, Josephine McPheeters. Bassoons: Don Graham, Stanley Otis. Flutes: Beverly Far- rens, Charles Scott, Virginia Stuart, Nadine Reitz. Oboes: Elizabeth Kinghorn, Zoleda Smith, Ida Richard. l-Im-use Dale Vannorsdel, Tom Halley, Albert Curtis, Levern Greffen- ius, Norris Nye, Ruth Sullivan. Blu-ltones: Don Bigelow, Randall Ericson, Jefferson Fos- ter, Amos Allard. Basses: Curtis Johnson, David Hall, Clyde Young, Bob Darnell, Sam Halley, Raymond Norris. Drums: Carl Strauch, Bill Munsell, Dick Neiswanger, Bob Irwin. SIXTY-NINE 1--smmaana ------------------------,-- as ------------------------ --J ---------- f -------vv-vv--- ---rs 2 Not bad indeed, are the jokes we use, Compared to the ones which we refuse. R-v v--------- -..vvv.......v,, :::::,::::::::::::::::::::::::H Kirby D.: So you're going to give Jim L. another chan-:e? Mary E.: Yes, but I don't think he'1I kiss me this time either. Ill li li Shower baths were invented by a plumber who got tired of being bawled out by his wife for leaving rings on the bathtub. ll' S1 Ili Dick N.: What was the cause of the collision at that corner today? Bob N.: Two motorists after the same pedestrian. Ill Ill If "Ho! ho! ho!" 'bellowed the farmer and immediately afterwards his three sons went to work in the potato field. lk lk ll "That will be enough out of you," said the doctor as he stitched Louise L. to- gether. 1 i 8 Mr. Tatum: Were you ever in trouble before? Clyda C.: Well, a librarian fined me two cents! 11 il lk The world's meanest man: He was deaf and never told his barber. 1 ll ik Fred W.: One man in New York dies every minute. George R.: Yeah, I'd like to see him. i lk if Miiss Wolfe fin History classl: Do you know why Washington threw the silver dollar across the Potomac? Alberta E.: No, why? Miss Wolfe.: He was teaching a couple of Slcotchmen how to swim. 16 Ill if Billy M.: I play the piano just to kill time. Forrest H.: You certainly have a fine weapon. ll' lk It Bob S.: I think I'll open up an office when I graduate. Vernie M.: I'll probably turn out to be a janitor, myself. SEVENTY Marjorie C. fimpatiertlyj: 'Can't you wait on me? Two pounds of liver. I'm in a hurry. Butcher: Sorry, yo-ug lady, but two or three are ahead of you. You surely don't want your liver out of order! li Il I! Mr. Lanphear: Are you the young man who put that shot? Harold A. fproudlylz Of course. Mr. Lanphear: Are you sure? Harold A.: Certainly. Mr. Lanphear: Well, you'll owe me a new windshield, a headlamp and -a steer- ing wheel. ll ll il Martha Jeanne S.: "Do you sing so- prano? Leland B.: Sure, how does the iirst verse start? 41 lk ll Lowell V.: How'd you get the grease on your face? Ross R.: Well, you see, our car broke down and I had to fix it. Lowell V.: Since when do you grease your car with red grease? Ik ll' lk "My error," said the catcher, as he dropped the ball. It HI' li Bud H.: I want a quarter's worth of rat poisoning. Grocer: Do you want to take it with you? Bud H.: No, I'll send the rats in after it. 8 if 4 'Bill S.: I heard that General Motors took quite a tumble. Ed. S.: Yes, he will insist on riding horseback. ll' 1' if No matter how you move it, writing paper remains stationary. ll ll ll And then of course there's the musical carpenter. He plays on the tuba four. It lk Ill Keith M.: Shall we tell the one about the cheer leader? Dave S. Now, now, no rah jokes. Bold, adventurers all were theq Jl valiant, fearless band. 1 w . , Q27 , WM-fy ' foymaann W M! SIG Y l'IN'l' Y-'I' NYU GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Officers President-- ........ ........ .... L o uise Hoffman Vice President ...... ...... B eryl Allen Secretary-Treasurer .... .... M uriel Kimble Assistant Secretary .... ..... I mogene Baird Sponsor .......................... Miss Lorna Mulder The Girls' Athletic Association is a branch of a state organization whose aim is to promote interest in girls' sports. G. A. A. sponsors five seasonal sports: Tennis, hockey, volley ball, basketball, and baseball. An All-Star game ends each season. The teams are chosen from the class teams. The only public appearance of girls' teams is the annual YaIe-Prince- ton basketball game. Points are given for participation in the various sports. Girls who have won enough points are awarded sweaters. After this award a Lamb- kin blanket and a state pin can be won. The Double A Follies are given annually and sponsored by G. A. A. The proceeds are used to finance the association. Those in the picture: Fourth Row-Rlobinson, M. Prendergast, Mac- Gregor, Burlingame, Hoffman, Wiley, Schindler, Liggett. Third Row- Tobiska, M. Smith, Hannah, Richard, Bartels, S. Prendergast, Kinnison. Second Row-Cosper, Scott, Schafer, Miss Mulder, Bascom, Stone, Degney. First Row-Marshall, Irwin, Allen, McKibbin, Link, Stuart, Riobertson. SWEATER GIRLS The Sweater Girls are the girls who have won enough points through participation in girls' athletics in the school to be awarded sweaters. The first sweater is a coat sweater with a purple and gold Old English "C" on the front. This sweater is the reward for earning 450 points. The second sweater, a slip-over, is awarded for 600 points. This sweater has in purple and gold the gir1's class numerals. Points are won in sports sponsored by G. A. A. and outside activities. Members of the Board are: Second Row-Bonham, Bascom, Richard, Barlow, Link, Bartels. First Row-Baird, Allen, Miss Mulder, Hoffman, M. Kimble, Walt. SE VENT Y-TH RE E iammaanii-L Fourth Row-Ilucat, Alldredge, B. VVoodard, Kreutzer, Harned, Dilts, Rogers. Third Row-Coach Beattie, Mickey, Townsend, Stansbury, Stewart, Collopy, 0'Neal, Stanley, Coach Blevins. Second liow-Vail, VVult, Kingman, Bee, Fuimak, Savage, Garner, Swinscoe, Demmel, P arsons, gr. . First Row--Pram, Lear, Ritter, Dale, Irwin, Sullivan, MOHone, WVhite, Whelan, Thuelln. FOOTBALL Captains ......... ..... D ick Kreutzer, Bob Sullivan Coach ............. ............. M gr. T. R. Blevins Assistant Coach-- ................ Mr. Dan A. Beattie Beginning with the customary football camp, held near Pearl, Colo- rado in the last week in August, the 1934 football season was a very suc- cessful one. The team was handicapped by having only three returning veterans from the year before around which to build the 1934' eleven, but keen com- petition for first team berths and hard work developed a splendid spirit among the boys. The team was light, being outweighed from nine to fifteen pounds a man in almost every game. The boys soon began to show the result of good coaching, however, by going through the conference Without a defeat. The state semi-final game with Wray was a comparatively easy victory for the scrappy Lambkins, for they won by a score of 45-0. The following week came the state championship game with the Salida Spartans. This was by far the most thrilling game of the season. Although hopelessly outweigh- ed, the boys battled on even terms for the first half, only to be scored on in the second half by a safety, giving Salida a 2-0 victory. Various service clubs and town organizations helped the team wind up the season with the usual banquets and luncheons in their honor. SEVENT Y-FOUR Second Row-wMr. Blevins, VVolf, Swinsc-oe, Alldredge, Woodard, Stanshury, Dale, Parsons. First Row-Westfall, Irwin. Stanley, Sudduth, Kreuizer, Johnson, Nvhite, Savage. BASKETBALL Coach- .......... -- ....... Mr. T. R. Blevins Manager .......... ,-- .......... Edwin Parsons Assistant Managers ............ Don Wolf, Don Savage The 1934-35 basketball team was composed of several scrappy veter- ans, who were able to eke out thrilling one- and two-point victories over some of the strongest opposition in the conference. The team opened the conference with a decisive victory over Windsor and kept the lead they had thus gained until sickness and injury became serious handicaps. In a crucial game the boys lost a "heartbreaker" to Eaton, which threw them into second place. From this point the team went on to finish the season in good old Lambkin fashion, defeating Long- mont and Greeley by scores of 26-25 and 25-16 respectively. As always has been the custom in the past, the season officially closed with a banquet given in honor of the team and coach. . SEVENTY-FIVE -?2tiamsa:1n-?- Third Row-VanSickle, Alldredge, Ducat, Kuhn, Mason. Second Row-Mr. Beattie, Westfall, Townsend, Wolf, White Rogers. First Row-McHone, Sullivan, Cram, K. Miller, Sudduth, Kanavel, Kingman, Mgr. TRACK 1934 1935 Vernon McHone Ralph Westfall Bob McGutcheon ...... Captains ........ Dave Sudduth Edwin Parsons--- ..... Manager ....... Owen Kingman Mr. Dan A. Beattie--..--Coach ..... Mr. Dan A. Beattie Under the able guidan-ce of Coach Beattie the track team had a very 'successful season in the spring of 1934. Many thrilling meets were held, starting with the Indoor, in which we were hosts to about thirty of the leading Colorado schools. This was an easy victory for the Lambkins, who piled up 1211744 points for first place, Loveland fol- lowing with 52V2 points. Another highlight of the cinder season was the Greeley Relays in which our old rivals from Loveland defeated us by a one-point margin. Their triumph was short-lived, however, as we won in the Northern, held in Loveland the- following week. On to Boulder for the Colorado Relays, the most important relay -carnival of the year! The sprint relay came through for two hard-earned victories in the 440 and the 880 relay races, setting up a new record of 1131.8 in the 880. A second in the 'two-mile relay raised our total to 14 points and spelled victory for the Lambkins. The boys took both heavyweight and lightweight divisions by easy margins in the northern Colorado at Fort -Collins the following week, qualifying sixteen men for the state meet. Vernon McHone and Blob Sullivan carried off high point honors in the heavyweight and lightweight divisions respectively. The State, of course, was the hardest and most important meet of the year. The Lambkins had a tough scrap all the way, but managed to win by two points in the clos- ing minutes with a total of 28 points, Boulder running a close second wi-th 26. The season was 'concluded with a picnic and a banquet given in honor of the lettermen who had won the state meet for the twentieth consecutive time. SEVENTY-SIX "Nuggets of gold are fine in their undq. But nuggets of nonsense lighten the dang ZEiRBQiBiRIliH SE V ENT Y-EIGI-LT ETTERBQBRHB JOKES "This sours me against the world," said the cucumber as it was dipped into the brine. ik 44 Ill Again the clever Chinese question our intelligence. Concerning the old Chinese custom of putting food on the grave of the departed, we ask: "When will your departed friend come up to eat the food?" 'The answer is, "At the same time that your friends will some up to smell the flowers." If ll' ik Mr. Langdon: Cduring examl Young man, what do you have to say about that writing on your cuff? Di-:k K.: Isn't it terrible the way the laundry treats one's shirts? if i if "The jig is up," sighed the doctor as the patient with St. Vitus dance died. It ll' if Mr. White: I hear my son made a ninety-eight yard run in the big game. Coach Blevins: T'hat's true, but did he tell you that he 'didn't cat-oh the man ahead of him? Sk at ak Joe H.: Did you hear the story of the three aspirin talblets? Louise B.: H-uh? Joe H.: Did you hear the- Louise B.: No! Joe H.: Maybe I should have said the three Bayers. IF It Sk Anne T.: And what is your father's profession? Rebecca R.: He is a worm imitator. Anne T.: What? Rebecca R.: He 'makes worm holes in antique furniture. 4' 4' SF More water is used for making oceans than anything else. if dl Ik Victor C.: I'll never forget you. Helen R.: I'll tell you something that yill make you forget me. Victor C.: What is it? Helen R.: Tomorrow is my birthday. 42 ik if Ellen R.: Oh, pshaw! I left my watch upstairs. Margaret C.: Never mind, it'1l run down. Ellen R.: No, it won't-there's a wind- ing staircase. And another glutton for punishment is the stammerer who started raising chrysanthemums. 1' Pk Ik They say that Ralph W. bought a suit on the pay-as-you-wear plan. Yes, and it's hung in his closet for seven years. 161 di :Ir Ivan J.: Why are you wearing that old sweater to class? Haven't you any shirt? Jack R.: Sure, I have lots of shirts, but they are both in the wash. if 22 42 Miss Bauder: Why don't you practice what you screech? Ik fl: 'S . Anna Bobs M.: Quite a dog you got there. Dorothy S.: Yep. Anna Hobs M.: Ever take a blue rib- bon at a dog show? Dorothy S.: N-ope. Just a first prize at a cat show. , il Pk IF Little Lucille R. ran into the house, crying as though her heart would -break. "What's wrong, dear?" asked her mother. "My dolly-Billy broke it," she sobbed. "How did he break it, dear?" "I hit him on the head with it." lk Pk it Alvin H. is so lazy he can't decide whether to stay in bed all morning or to get up early so he'll have a longer day to loaf. 41 if I Elmer R.: Say, where are you going with that fire hydrant? Edward L.: I'm taking it home as a souvenir. Elmer R.: Souvenir of what? Edward- L.: My first accident! V Ill Sk 41 Jeanette C. tat riding academylz I I want a saddle horse. Riding Master: What kind of a saddle do you want, English or Mexican? Jeanette C.: What's the difference? Riding Master: English saddles are perfectly plain, and the Mexican have a horn. Jeanette C.: Give me one with a horn. I'm not used to the traffic. lk lk if Tourist: Heap big pineaples. Indian: Aw, heap 'em yourself. SEVENTY-NINE iEiRH1iBiRi1iH i+ammt1ta1m: JOKES We know a man who fell out of a twentieth story window without -hurting himself. There was a balcony outside. Il Sk i Tired Worker: Boss, is you got a nigger on your book, by the name of Simpson? Bos: Yeah. What about it? Tired Worker: Wal, I'se dat nigger, boss. I just thought you had it down "Samson." It if if Miss Johnson: I see by the papers they're reviving "Hamlet" in the East. Bob I.: Oh, New Yorick stuff, hey? all Ik I "That's a chirp off the old block," said the man when a bullet grazed his head. lk ll W Grocer: Would you like some wax beans? Helen C.: Go away with your lousy im- itations. I want real ones. It Ik i All good aviators are full of hops! il ik 8 Mi-ss Mundell: This essay on "Our Dog" is, word for word, the same as your brother's. Bob Woodard: Yes'm. It's the same dog. It 41 lk Mr. Beattie: If I tear a piece of paper in four, what d-o I get? Arthur B.: Quarters. Mr. Beattie: And if I divide it into eight? Arthur B.: Eighths. Mr. Beattie: And if I divide it into eight thousand parts? Arthur B.: Confetti, sir. 41 14 If "So you're going to barber college. What is your college yell?" "Cut his lip, cut his jaw, leave his face raw, raw, raw!" Ill 214 l Ruth B.-How long did it take you to learn to drive a car?" Norris-Oh, three or four. Ruth-W-eeks ? Norris-No. Motor cars. It if Ik 'Isaac and Mloses dined in a restaurant that was new to them and were pained seriously by the amount of the check. Moses began to expostulate in a loud voice, 'but Isac hushed him with a whis- per: "Sh! I haf the spoons in my pock- et." When all women have been made per- fectly beautiful as promised in the mag- azine advertisements, who is going to darn a man's socks? ll 41 8 The stingy farmer was scoring the hired man for carrying a lighted lantern to call on his- best girl. "The idea," he exclaimed. "When I was courtin' I never carried no lantern. I went in the dark." "Yes," said the hired man sadly, "and look what you got." if Pk lk Wayne Draper was in the dentist's of- fice. The dentist had just finished ex- tracting a tooth. "Doctor," said Wayne, "the tooth next to that one aches too." "Yes," replied the doctor, "it ac-hes in sympathy." "Yank it out," commanded Wayne. "Darn such sympathy." A I HF 8 George-And when are you going to allow me to kiss you? Alberta--Come around Friday. That's amateur night. ill if R Soph: Between you and me, what do you think of Jack's girl? Fresh-Between you and me, not so much: but alone-oh, boy! ll l 41 There was an old man who Said, "How Shall I flee from this horrible cow? I will sit on this stile And -continue to smile, Which may soften the heart of the cow. If i Ill Mr. Langdon: Who was Homer? Jack Ritter: The guy Balbe Ruth knocked out. ' if 11 ll Two spinsters were discussing men. "Which would you desire most in a hus- band-brains, wealth, or appearance?" asked one. "Appearance," snapped the other, "and the sooner the better." ll i ll Father: So you desire to become my son-in-law? Elmer Rutt: No, sir, I don't: but if I marry your daughter, I don't very well see how I can get out of it. EIGHTY-ONE lammsmun i Always at Your Service I Gas, and Gas Appliances Public Service Company OF COLORADO TOM GRAY, District Manager -.-ZEIRBQIBJRIIIHA H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I LAMBKINS' HEADQUARTERS THE WHITE PALACE INN BETTER FOODS -:- BETTER DRINKS 220 South College Avenue ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,, ,,,,ii,,,,,,,,,,:,,,, - - -,:,,,,,,- I 1, 4, Ernest Fischer and Son 1 . , Q Q Whitman s Chocolates WHOLESALE AND Parker, Waterman, 1: RETAIL MEATS Conklin and Wahl 2 Fountain Pens i II Phone 193 126 W. Mtn. Ave. The A. W. Scott Drug Co. 1 SALES SERVICE Corner Laporte and Phone 123 Since 1911 College Avenues For Every Occasion E 1 f Donated by Friends 11 of the BETTER 1 1 ICE emma 1 LAMBKINS 1 Phone 252 1 is COLORADO PRINTING CO. Printers of the Lambkin Phone 88 132 West Mountain Ave. A EIGH'TY-THRIGI 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 :-:21cnmmm1ni- KAHM STUDIO Kodak Finishing and Supplies Enlarging, Tinting, Framing 120 West Oak Street Phone 342-W Fort Collins, Colorado MQBUIUW MILLER STUDIO at 'ra if mo Photographs Q? Live 4 roxrc Forever 606: S LIVE Compliments of FISHBACK STUDIO IIHINI ll --- --- --A-nz The :::'- - - - 1 11 11 1 STATE DRY GOODS 5. "Fort Collins' Largest Department Store" 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 Outfitters for Smart Fort Collins Il -From Head to Toe 11 11 11 11 1 ---0 ---- --- J. C. PENNEY Company A LAMBKIN BOOSTER CURTIS CLOTHING CO. "Right on the Corner" Fort Collins, Colorado -:::::::v- 1 11 I 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 1 11 11 1 Shop at the LOWELL-MOORE Hardware Co. You'll Be Pleased with Our Stock of Goods .Q Fort Collins, Colorado 1 NASH'S CUT RATE DRUGS Center of Town 100 North College Ave. 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 11 1 11 11 1 1 11 11 11 1 WOLF ER-CAHILL Fooo sToREs MYLAR SHOE STORE 158 West Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, Colo. Next to Safeway" EIGHTY-FIV 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 I 1 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 1 1 I I 11 11 11 11 1 11 I 11 11 I 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 I I 1 1 11 I 1 11 1 11 11 11 11 Xi Fl --:--mammals ---:Z This space donated by Friends of the LAMBKINS EE JUL1AN's You Can Always Depend On 1: 4, Where you will always find If the newest and latest fashions is as of "1 1: at reasonable prices. lllf v v ST2RE 1: W 1 1, to 1 JULIAN s 1 'E 114 So. College Ave. 130 South College Ave. 'I 1: Northern Colo1'arlo's Smartest :r Shop r ll lVlILLER'S Book Store Books Stationery School and Office Supplies -----------------,-,,,.---:::,::, l ll ag DE LUXE it CLEANERS 8: TAILORS r ll Opposite P. O. on College Ave. 4 4 1: Where Quality Counts 'r 3 Phone 1000 for Service Phone 37 105 S. College lr 'r . ----,:-'--v- -v -v - - - - - - A' A A ---- :::::.'::4v-V :::, ::::::::::::::::o HUNTER Dry Goods Co. l l EDIVIONDS l A store of smart I 'l fashions for 115 South College Ave. l High School Girls phone 62 E and Co-eds S I IGHTY-S IX 1 mummnung Bowen's Book Store 147 South College Lambkin Headquarters for School Books and Supplies ---, .................... Aclam's Shoe Store 135 West Oak St. Fort Collins, Colorado lVlontgomery Warcl 112 North College Fort Collins, Colorado Espelin Floral Co. 117 West Oak St. Fort Collins, Colorado City Drug Store Corner of Mountain and College Avenue Armstrong Hotel College and Olive Fort Collins, Colorado "CHUCK" TAYLOR lVlen's Clothing 133 South College Hodgson Jewelry Co. Prompt Repairing Armstrong Bldg. 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