Garden Home High School - Crusader Yearbook (Denver, CO)
- Class of 1941
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THE MAN AT THE HELM
He stood at the helm
He charted the course
For every sinqle Voyager:
He has proved a friend ,
To each boy and qirl,
And made the goal loom larger.
So heres to our helmsman,
A friend tried and true,
To the oncoming classes
We recommend you.
HARPER D. IOHNSON
The Crusader staff has endeavored to portray for you
in this, its second year-book, all the different phases of the
school. It has created a volume of happy memories showing
both the curricular and extra-curricular activities of Garden
Home High School.
Its success is due to the efficient direction of the sponsor
and the editor, the cooperation of all staff members, and
the support given by the student body and patrons of the
Each year sees rapid development taking place here.
Our proqress can be shown in no better way than by the
records set forth in the pages that follow. Each one can be
justly proud, not only of this annual itself, but also of the
achievement which it represents.
HELEN K. BAILEY,
HARPER D. JOHNSON, Superintendent
Ph. B., M. A., University of Denver
Maiors: History, Education, Public Speaking
HELEN K. BAILEY, Principal
A. B., University of Denver
Majors: Psychology and Education
Teaching: Iunior High Mathematics
Sponsor: National Honor Society
HARRIETT HILL, Assistant Principal
A. B., University of Colorado
Majors: English, History
Sponsor: Student Council
LOUISE C. BERGNER
Bachelor ot Science, University of Denver
MRS, VELMA BOAL
A. B., University of Denver
Maior: Physical Education
Teaching: Physical Education
Sponsor: Pep Club
D. V. BUCHANAN
B. A., Drake University, A. M., University
lvfalor: Political Science
Teaching: Social Science
Sponsor: Photography Club
DOROTHY A. CHASE
B. F, A. in Music, University of Oklahoma
Maiorsz Public School Music, Piano, Organ
Teaching: Supervisor of Music
Sponsor: Band, Glee Club
A. B., University of Colorado
lvlaiorsz French, Spanish, Latin
Teaching: Spanish, English
A. B., Colorado State College of Education
Mayors: History and Political Science
Sponsor: Girl Reserves, Library, Freshman Class
KARL D. MONTROSE
B. S., A. M., University ot' Denver
CARRIE B. RAMSEY
A. B., A. M., Colorado State College of Education
Maiorsz Mathematics, English, Psychology
Sponsor: Herald, Crusader
FRED F. SMITH
A. B., Colorado State College of Education
Majors: History, Physical Education
Teaching: Physical Education, Athletics
Sponsor: Iunior Class, G. Club
CLYDE I. WALLACE
A. B., University ot Denver
Majors: Psychology, Education
Sponsor: Senior Class
MRS. ESTHER R. WILKINSON
B. A., Dakota Wesleyan: A. M., University
Maiors: Speech, English
Teaching: Speech, English
Sponsor: Sophomore Class
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B. P. BELL, Secretary ""'1 RALPH STITES, Treasurer
H. G. MUNDHENK, Presideni
ALEC I. IOHNSON, Member HARRY SEBERN, Member
Parent-Teacher Association Council
Twenty men and women of Garden Home met, in the year 1919, and organized the first
Parent-Teacher Association in the district. A charter was granted in 1920. Mrs. Lillian Foote was
chosen the first president, The school enrollment at this time was twentyethree.
Today the Garden Home Parent-Teacher Association is one of the largest and most active or-
ganizations in Arapahoe County. Mrs. Kathryn Hartsook, the president of the P.-T. A. during the
1940-1941 school year, chose "Children in a Democracy" as her theme.
A carnival, the one money making project of this organization, was very successful this year
and 55391.03 was earned. A lovely reception was given in honor of the teachers, members of the
organization, and their friends on Sept. 28.
The P,-T. A. filled 1100 attractive boxes with candy as a Christmas treat for all of the students
of Garden Home School. They sponsored the Christmas Seal Sale, the proceeds of which amounted
One of the chief activities of the P.-T. A. is the student aid. Many students are furnished with
clothing, books, and milk so they can continue their education. Much progress has been made
on the Safety program. Speed limit and Parking signs have been erected and a Safety Patrol
formed. Fire drills are practiced frequently. Two hundred and twenty-seven pre-school and ele-
mentary students were vaccinated.
The P.-T. A. is one of the most outstanding school organizations. lt gives its full support to the
school, striving in every way to uphold education and its importance today.
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FAREWELL TO G H S
Thms Semor Class of 41
Awalts Commencement Day
Wrlhnq to accept the challenqe
Of the world w1thout delay
We bel1eve our task IS heavy
And we 11 hqht 1t each alone-
Each h1s own Job to accomphsh
And to qlorrfy Garden Home
Well always keep you ln our m1nds
Your memor1es cherxsh lonq
The thouqht of studres work and play
W111 lmqer very strong
We appreclate the help thats grven
To the students gathered here
Wrthout the constant a1d of teachers
We would have so much to fear
To you we bow rn qrahtude
For showmg us the way
For opemnq the worlds great doors
To you what can we say?
We face the future ways determmed
Never feehnq sad nor blue
And hope that 1n the years that follow
We shall be forever true
So farewell dear old G H S
Contmue on your way
Of burldinq healthy mmds for men
Forever and a day
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President ............ .,,A.. R ussell Als1a11
Vice-President ..... ...... M arian Barbera
Secretary ...,,,.. ...,v, Mary lane Osse
Treasurer ,,,,.,,. ...... T Wanette Kauble
Sponsor ,.,,,,., ..,...,.,..,. M r. Wallace
MARY IANE OSSE
Pep Club lA2, Crusader 3, Office Assistant l-2, Herald l-2, Basketball
l-2 Secretary Class 4
Class President l-4, President G Club 4, Student Council 4,
Football 2-3-4, Basketball l-2f3-4, Track l-2-3-4, Crusader Prince
4, G Club 3-4, Ouartette 2, Glee Club l-2, Herald 3, Crusader
3, Captain Basketball 4, lunior Escort 3, Operetta 3, Minstrel
4, Senior Play 4
C-irl Reserves 4, Glee Club 4, Basketball 4
Pep Club 3-4, Girl Reserves 3, Gym 3, Senior Play 4
Pep Club l-2, Girl Reserves 3-4, Senior Play
Vice-President Class 4, Vice-President Pep Club 4, Secretary
Girl Reserves 4, All-I-liqh School Play 4, Girl Reserves 3-4,
Pep Club 4, Camera Club 4, Herald 3-4, Crusader 4, lunior
Pep Club l-2-4, Girl Reserves 3, Gym 1
Glee Club 1, Pep Club l
G Club 4, Football l-2-3-4, Co-captain Football Team 4, Track 2-3-4
President Class 2, Iunior Play 3, All High School Operetta 4
BONNIE JEAN EDVVARDS
Editor "Crusader" 4, Editor "Herald" 3, Editor "Highlights"
4, Cheerleader 4, Student Council 2-3-4, Vice-President Na-
tional Honor Society 4, Se-cretaryTreasurer Class l, President
Class 2, Vice-President Class 3, Secretary Photography Club
4, Iunior Play 3, All-High School Plays 3-4, Herald l-2-3-4.
Crusader 3-4, Highlights 4, Office Assistant 3-4, Pep Club
l-2-3-4, Girl Reserves 4, National Honor Society 4, Basketball
l-2-3, Glee Club l, Photography Club 4, Toastmistress Foot-
ball Banquet 3, Lady-in-Waiting Crusader Court 4, Chairman
Iunior-Senior Prom 3, Chairman Assembly Programs 4, Chair-
man Publicity 3-4, Secretary Pep Club 2, Girl Reserve Cab-
Pep Club l-2-4, Girl Reserves 3, Gym l
Library 3, Football 2, Track 3-4, Operetta 3, Iunior Play 3,
Photography Club 4, Crusader 4
Track 4, Gym 4
Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Girl Reserves 3-4, Glee Club l-3, Herald
l-2-4, Crusader 4, Mixed Chorus 3, National Honor Society 4,
Basketball l-2-3-4, Banquet Head 4, Girl Reserve Cabinet 3-4,
President National Honor Society 4, lunior Play 3, Minstrel 3,
Office 2-3-4, Senior Play 4
President Girl Reserves 4 Secretary National Hon S
, or ociety 4, Vice-
President Class 1, President Class 2, Secretary Class 3, Treasurer
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ass 4, Cheerleader 4, Vice President Pep Club 2, Football Oueen 4,
Crusader Princess 4, Pep Club l-2-3-4, Glee Club 1-2-3, Girl Reserves
3-4, Student Council Z-3, Herald l-2-3-4, Crusader 3-4, National Honor
Society 4, Toastmistress Football Banquet 4 Office Assistant 4 S '
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Class Play 4, Assistant Director Iunior Play 3, Assistant Director All
High School Play 3, Highlights 4, Iunior Escort 3, Operetta 3, His-
torian Student Council 2-3
Cheerleader 4, Pep Club l-2-3-4, Girl Reserves 3, Gym 1,
Office Assistant 3-4
BETTY IEAN LECRONE
Girl Reserves 3-4, Glee Club l, Student Council 4, Herald 4, Crusader
4, Highlights 4, National Honor Society 4, Girl Reserves Cabinet 3,
Treasurer Student Council 4, Treasurer Class 3, lunior Class Play 3,
G Club 4, Herald 3-4, Football 2-3-4, Track 3
IAY BEE MEAD
G Club 3-4, Football 2-3-4, Vice-President Student Council 4, President
Class 3, Co-captain Football 4, Iunior Play 3, All-High School Play 3,
Senior Play 4-
Boys' Glee Club 3-4, Stage Manager Plays 4, Basketball 1,
Iunior Play 3
G Club 3-4, Football 3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 2-3
Pep Club 3-4, Girl Reserve 3-4, Camera Club 4, Vice-President
Camera Club 4, Vice-President Glee Club 4
G Club, Track 2-3-4, Football 2-3-4, Annual 3, Herald 3, Co-captain
Football Team 4, All-High School Play 4, High School Operetta 3,
Senior Play 4
Ouartette Z-3, Glee Club l-2, Student Council 4, Herald 1-2-3-4,
Annual 3-4, National Honor Society 4, Basketball l-2-3-4, Track
l-2-3, Football 3, President Student Council 4, Editor Crusader
3, Editor Herald 2, Junior Play 3, All-High School Play 4,
Operetta 2, Office 4, Senior Play 4, Crusader 3-4, Crusader
Court 4, Assembly Committee 4, Photography Club 4
Pep Club l-2-3-4, Girl Reserves 3-4, Photography Club 4, Annual 3-4,
Herald 3-4, Basketball l-2-3, Vice-President Pep Club 3, President Pep
Club 4, President Photography Club 4, Iunior Class Play 3, Assistant
Director Senior Play 4, Librarian 3, Highlights 4
Mixed Chorus 3, Band 3, Photography Club 4, Minstrel 2,
Pep Club 1-2, Girl Reserves 3-4, Gym 1
Boys' Glee Club 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Football 4, All-High School
Play 3, Minstrel 3-4
Herald 3-4, Crusader 4, Librarian 3, Office 4
Glee Club l-2-3, Pep Club 2-4, Mixed Chorus 3, Basketball 1,
Glee Club Librarian 2, Operetta 2, Minstrel 3
G Club 4, Football l-2-3-4, Track 2-3-4, All-High School Play 4, Senior
JACK WARKINS 9 7
Airplane Club 3. Electrician for all Plays 3-4. All-High School
Operetta 2, All-High School Play 4
Glass of ,41
The Freshman class of '38 consisted of 47 boys and girls. We were carefully led through this
year by our worthy and able sponsor Mrs. Macintosh. The chief officers who assisted her were
Russell Alstatt, President: Twanette Kauble, Vice-President: Bonnie lean Edwards, Secretary-Treas-
urer. Twanette Kauble and Glenn Stanley became newcomers in the group. Freshman initiation
proved to be our biggest event followed by other picnics and parties.
The Sophomore class of '39 consisted of 38 enthused and industrious boys and girls. We had
become well acquainted with high school life by now and got right in the swing of things. Miss
Lambert was chosen sponsor with Twanette Kauble and Bill Denney acting as Presidents: Bonnie
lean Edwards, Vice-President: Mildred Horner, Secretary: and jimmy Ouinn, Treasurer. Although
there were no outstanding events we had fun and parties galore. New members were Irene Thomp-
son and Art Pankoff.
The junior Class of '40 proved to be very industrious and enthusiastic. Since our membership
rose to 42 we had a glorious year. Mildred Horner and lay Bee Mead acted as Presidents: Bon-
nie Iean Edwards, Vice-President: Twanette Kauble, Secretary: Betty jean Le Crone, Treasurer.
Coach Smith was unanimously elected sponsor and led us through a very enjoyable year. New
members who joined us were Barbara Anderson, Marian and Frank Barbera. Our biggest events
of the year consisted of the Iunior Play "Drums of Death" and the Ir.-Sr. Prom and Banquet.
The Senior Class of '41 consisted of 32 boys and girls. Mr. Wallace was chosen sponsor and
Russell Alstatt, President: Marian Barbera, Vice-President: Twanette Kauble, Treasurer: Mary lane
Osse, Secretary. We began the year with a bang by giving an All-Hi Dance. Next followed our
Senior play "Yours Truly Willie" and then Class Day and Ditch Day. We have enjoyed the senior
year to its fullest extent and are all happy and proud to have been members of the Senior Class
"Good evening, Ladies and Gentlemen, this is your Hollywood announcer,
Art tWalter Winchelll Pankoff broadcasting over a national hookup from the
glamorous city of Hollywood. Tonight we are coming to you directly from
the scene of the latest Hollywood premier, Yours Truly, "Class of 41" in 46.
This excellent screen play was released through the courtesy of Charles
Preston and Hershell Scott, Producers. The original story, adapted from the
lives of 32 successful people of Denver was written by Fern Clement, cel-
ebrated author. lt was directed by Bill tFrank Capral Denney and his
assistants Floreine jones and Mildred Gooden.
"Everyone is here tonight and you will be introduced to all of Holly-
wood's glamor boys and girls. A car is arriving now and its occupants
are the stars of the new screen play, lovely Irene Thompson and her leading
man, Glenn tCaesar Romero? Stanley. Miss Thompson wears a beautiful gown
designed by that fashion expert, Monie fAdrianl Sparks.
"A flare of light and a flash-Yes, there is the Hollywood Times Camera-
man, Fred Grossklags, taking pictures of the celebrities as they arrive. With
him is Bonnie tLouella Parsonsl Edwards interviewing the stars and taking
notes on all costumes and events.
"The most popular radio stars of America and two of Hollywood's most
famous personalities have just arrived. Say "hello" to everyone, Russell Clack
Bennyl Alstatt and Twanette tMary Livingstonel Kauble.
"The mayor of Hollywood has just arrived and is approaching the mike.
Good evening Mayor Iames Quinn. He has a bevy of lovely ladies with
him tonight-Dorothy tLamourl Knapp, Mary lane fBetty Grablel Osse, and
Evelyn fHeddy Lamarrl Stewart.
"Two of your favorite comedians have just arrived. Hello, Marcia CKate
Smithl Sahm and jay Bee tBob Hopel Mead. The head of Hayes' office,
Donald Mahaffie is approaching in his new automobile designed by the
Louis Munoz Convertible Association. Mr. Mahaffie escorts lovely Wanda
Bradley, Metropolitan Opera star, this evening.
"Barbara Anderson, noted fancy figure skating star, has arrived and
is making her bows to a wide-eyed public gathered here at the old Chinese
Theatre. Here comes the "oomph girl of 1946"-Miss Marian Barbera. She
is accompanied by "Miss America" of last year and "The All-Around Beauty
Queen of Colorado," Miss Myrtle Harper. '
"lack Warkins, noted electrician who designed several important scenes
used in our screen hit, is arriving with Genevieve Cummings, famous portrait
painter. George tlack Oakiel Koebel and Betty lean fOlivia De Havilandl
Le Crone are hurrying down the blue and white plush carpeted entrance to
the theatre. Several film executives of famous Incorporated Films are leaving
the entrance of the theatre to see the picture. They are Lena Butler of Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer, and Frank Baibera of B. K. O. '
"The ushers are calling curtain time. Everyone is rushing for his seat.
The city clock strikes .9 p. m. We leave you to enjoy a preview of 1946
with your favorite people in Hollywood. Good Night'
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Vice-President ...,.... ....,Y I erry Sebern
Treasurer V.r.,.............. ..,...,.. B ob Bose
Assistant Treasurer .,,... .,,..... L ois Cooper
Sponsor ..................... ........ M r. Smith
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ZND ROWfCyrus Wichers, Yvonne Smore, Mirko Iancic, Norma June Payne, Chris Cashmore, Aileen Mesloh
SBD ROW-Bette Hufsmiih, Ierry Sebern, Violei Vance, Orville Geiseri, Dorothy Schwab, Benny Gardelli.
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ZND ROW-Norman Taylor, Luevena Bastain, Keith Peters, Alice Southworth, Willard Dutton, Mary lane Specht
SRD ROW-Doris Mae Riley, Eugene Dugan, Robert Rose, Ed Romero, Hershell Sparks, I-lelen Trefethen
4TH ROW-Darlene Burton, Winslow Parker, Laura Sorensen, Eugene Mitchell, Myrtle Keeney
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Pre-s1dent .......,...... ,............ I VCIU Miller
Vice-President ....... ....,.... L ouise Harisook
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ZND ROW--Ivan Miller, Theda Marshall, Alfred 'vVeyerts, Marcene Losey, Omar Bell, Wanda LeCrone, Howard Goodman
3RD ROW4Virqinicr Sappinqton, Victor Koeniq, Eleanor Harvey, Donald Slater, Wanetta Bradley, Vernon Koenig, 'Winifred Bax
4TH ROW---Howard Mahaffie, Gloria Merelli, Kenny Boone, Mary Munoz, Iohrrny Thompson, Maurine Eastman, Pete Romero
IST ROW-Max Augustine, Regina Bobo, Dick Cantwell, Beulah Iohnson, Kenny Ball, lda Mae Ammons, Delbert Pomeroy
ZND ROWADorotl'1y Hardin, Georqe Watson, Lucille Knapp, Doc Cantwell, lune Harris, lames Hampton, Betty Allen
3RD ROWfBill Ford, Bette Wayniire, lohn Rose, Genevieve Gose, Gilbert Cottrell, Lorraine Ballantyne, William Mohler
4TH ROW-Louise l-lartsook, Reginald Shirley, l-laroldine lohnson, Russell Belles, Irene Spade
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
President ......,,..........,,Y,..,,.A...,,,,, Lloyd Burton
Vice-President ......,,w,, A,..,A,,,,,,,A B ill Nelson
Secretary-Treasurer .,.,.l.,.. Lyman Treiethen
.sponsor ..............,,.,,... .....,,. M iss Lambert
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ROW--Gilda Watson, Bob Parker, Audrey Hamm, Bill Nelson, Enid Hamm, Wallace Stotfel, Shirley Inman
ROWfElizabe-th White, Eddie McClanahan, Hazel lohnson, Buster Malson, Betty lean Mead, Keith Moody, Betty Williams
ROW---La Vore Mesloh, Anne Dalrymple, Clarence Akes, Ruth Currence, Karl Koebel, Beverly Ann Parsons, Albert Flaqeolle
Thelma Boone, Carl Kitsmiller, Rudella Shull, Wallace Dugan, lla lean
Anderson, Junior Keeney, Virginia Koebel
ROW-Leon White, Aimee Kelley, Henry Robbins, Dixie Lee Briggs, Lyman
Dalrymple, Marketta Warkins, Eugene Daigle
ROW-Bessie Laird, Walter Daigle, Dorothy Ammons, George Cottrell, Betty
Covey, William Barbera, lean Hardin
ROW-Marie Thompson, Alverta Perkins, Belle Sonnefield, Audrey Baty, Elda
Mae Almire, Phyllis Dyer, Dorothy Kimsey
ROW-Ieanette Hamilton, Faye Miller
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ROW-Iames Murrow, Alice Livingston, Clayton Schmitt, Maudella Stitt, Arnold Montgomery, Dorothy Klingspom, Richard
ROW-Ruth Paris, Lonnie l-lall, Betty Mahaftie, Alice Siders, Gloria Pankott, Donald Southworth, Betty Lou Bivins
ROWAIaclc Sebern, Willadean Colby, Paul Neprud, Billy Laird, Bill McCloskey, Willdean McCumber, Charles Griffin
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The ten most popular students in
the high school were chosen this .
year as the "Crusader Court," An
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candidates. The four most popular I
Seniors were chosen as Princess Cru-
sader, Twanette Kaublep Prince Cru- -
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in-Waitinq, Jimmie Quinn. The six
most popular underclassmen were
chosen as Ladies and Lords of the
Court. The "Crusader Court" will be
honored at an all-high school dance.
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' Princess Crusader .,.,..... .,., ,,,,,, T wanette Kauble
Lady-in-waiting ,,,,..,..,. .. ...,.. Bonnie lean Edwards
il f I Lord-in-waitinq .......... ..........,..... limmie Quinn
' 3 Lords oi the Court ....... ...,, ,........, H u qh Bradley
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football season to choose the Football Queen.
Each class chose a Queen and sponsored a foot-
ball season ticket drive. The seniors won the
contest and crowned their candidate at the Foot-
ball Hdmecominq Dance given in honor oi the
team on November 15.
The First Lady of Basketball was crowned Feb-
ruary l4 at a Basketball celebration. The Junior
Class was honored by crowning their Queen after
winning the basketball season ticket sales.
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Tony Munoz, Foster Pudon, Charles Allen, Bill
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lohn Metzger, Harry Sebern Ir., I. Roy
llMMlE QUINN, President
The governing body of Garden Home High School is the Student Council. This organization makes the rules and regu-
lations regarding school functions, supports all of the school activities, and sponsors many of the school functions. The officers
of the Student Council during the 1940-41 school year were Jimmie Quinn, President: lay Bee Mead, Vice Presidentg Le-Roy
Ball, Secretary: Betty l.eCrone, Treasurerg Laura Sorensen, Assistant Treasurer: Wanetta Bradley, Historian: Bonnie lean Ed-
wards, Publications: and the four presidents of the high school classes, Russell Alstatt, Hugh Bradley, Ivan Miller and Lloyd
Burton. The Student Council sponsored three successful campaigns during the school term. They were the Basketball ticket
sales contest, football ticket sales contest, and a safety campaign. Inspection of halls, class rooms, lockers and desks was
made by the members of the council. They were also responsible for patroling the stairs, helping the firemen at fires in
the community, keeping the activity point record book, and securing the assembly programs. Football Homecoming Dance
was sponsored by the Student Council. A basketball celebration was held in honor of the Alumni and team on February 14.
The Student Council sponsored the first student handbook publication this year. lt was a 36-page book with information
concerning all of the school rules and regulations, a description of all school clubs and activities, school songs and yells
and other interesting information. The handbook staff was Bonnie lean Edwards, Editor-in-Chiefg Twanette Kauble, Betty
lean I.eCrone, Marcia Sahm, Assistant Editorsg limmie Quinn, President of Student Councilg and Miss Helen K. Bailey and
Miss Harriett Hill, sponsors. ,
An inter-class basketball tournament, Ping Pong
Club, and Blue and l.'Vhite Day were all sponsored
by the Student Council. A "Howdy Day" Dance was
the highlight of Christmas vacation. For the benefit
of students who had never seen or attended a Student
Council meeting, one was held in assembly. Another
meeting was given as a demonstration of parlia-
mentary government for the P.-T. A. Seven Garden
Home students attended the 6th annual Student
Council convention which was held at Fort Collins
on February 20 and 21. Hugh Bradley, a lunior at
Garden Home, was elected Vice President of the
State Student Council. This convention was one of 'i,i,fw,X
the highlights of Garden Home Student Council
The members of the Garden Home Student Council
have served the school in a true manner. They
have given support to all the school activities and
organizations, and have promoted many new and
Student Hand Book Staff
DOROTHY KNAPP, President
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
A chapter of the National Honor Society was formed at Garden Home High School during the
school year 1940-41. The sponsor of our local chapter is Miss Helen K. Bailey, principal. A charter
was awarded through the courtesy of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools. The five
charter members of Garden Home High School were initiated on January 12.
The requirements of the society are that a student be an all around pupil. Election into the
ch-apter is based upon character, leadership, scholarship, and service. The student must have a B
average and must have attended Garden Home High School one year. Selection for membership
is made by the faculty.
The charter members of the Garden Home High School chapter included Dorothy Knapp, Presi-
dent: Bonnie lean Edwards, Vice Presidentp Twanette Kauble, Secretary: limmie Quinn, and Betty lean
LeCrone, all members of the class of '4l. Two Iuniors, Hugh Bradley and Laura Sorensen, were
elected during the 2nd semester.
The regular meetings of the National Honor Society are held the first Monday of the month. The
club members all work in the school office and one of their projects is the organizing of the student
The purpose and ideals of the organization are to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stim-
ulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of
Garden Home School.
Bonnie lean Edwards
Belly lean LeCrone
Alta Mae Lakness
Doris Mae Riley
Edna Mae Coffey
Dixie Lee Briqqs
A - HUGH BRADLEY, Editor-in-chief
HERALD STAFF '
Editor-in-Chief ...,....,. ....................,A.,..,..,...............................................,....................................... H ugh Bradley
Assistant Editors ..,.......,..,.... Betty lean LeCrone, Bonnie lean Edwards, Twanette Kauble, Dorothy Knapp
Managing Editor ........ ...................,.,.........................,..........,.....................................................,.. V incent Quinn
Advertising Editors ,....... ..,...,. L aura Sorensen, Irene Spade
Celeb Editors ......,.... ..........................,.,.............................,.......... D orothy Schwab, Aileen Mesloh
Art Editors .........,... ..................,.,..... M onie Sparks, Marian Barbera, George Koebel, Beverly Ann Parsons
Special Editors .,...,...,.. Doris Mae Riley, Lorene Alcorn, Ruby Geisert, Alta Mae Lakness, Wilma lean
Dawson, Marcene Losey, Audrey Baty, Belle Sonnelield, Robert Rose, Louise
Hartsook, Lois Alcorn, Raymond Karsten
Sponsor .,..,,... ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..... M i ss Ramsey
BONNIE JEAN EDVJARDS, Editor-in-Chief
Editor-in-Chief ...... .......,....,...,...,..,...,,.........., .........,............. ..............,..................,., B o n me lean Edwards
Assistant Editors .,...., ....,...... ..,............................ .,...., H u q h Bradley, Bob Dowell, Ierry Sebern
BOARD OF CONTROL
Iimmie Ouinn, Lorene Alcorn, Louise Hartsook, Lloyd Burton
EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF
Faculty ........ ..,.,, ,,,,,,, B e tty lean LeCrone Monaqinq Editor ,....,....,.,..........,.,., ,..,,......,. .,.....,.,,,, , V incent Ouinn
Seniors ....,,.. ....,.....,,, D orothy Knapp Business Mcrnoqer ........,,..,., .....,......,,, ,.,, . , ,,,... . Twanette Kauble
juniors, ..4.,...,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.i,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, B ab Rage Advertising Managers ,,..,,..,,.,,,,..,. .Irene Spade, Laura Sorensen
Sophomores 4....,. ,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,.,.,. .......,, M u rcene Losey Art Editors ......,,,,..,..,.....,,,. .....,. M orion Barbera, Monie Sparks
Freshmen ........,.,,...i,.... ,.,,.... L ois Alcorn, Raymond Karsten Photography... .. ,.,......... ...,.. M Grciu Sohm, Fred Grossklaqs
8th Grade .,........,....,,..... .,.,,,,.,.,., B etty Kauble, lack Sebern Sponsor ........,,,.... .......,...,.. .,.........,........ M i ss Romsey
Departmental Editor ..,............ ,....,,, i.......i,....,.,,, A I to Moe Lokness
MARCIA SAHM, President
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l940-41 was the most successful year in the history of the Gar-
den Home Pep Club. Sixty-two girls and five cheerleaders were
members of the organization. Mrs. Boal was the Pep Club sponsor
and under her guidance the club attained many successes. The
school cheerleaders for the year were Bonnie lean Edwards, Twa-
nette Kauble, Wanda Bradley, Bette Lou Huffsmith, and Hope Moore.
The officers of the Pep Club were Marcia Sahm, President: Marian
Barbera, Vice President: Louise Hartsook, Secretary: and Laura
Sorensen, Treasurer. The Pep Club uniforms were blue skirts and
white satin blouses.
The Pep Club was hostess at the Football banquet held in honor
of the team on November 30. They sponsored Football Homecoming
and the Homecoming dance. Members of the Pep Club were in
charge of the Basketball celebration held February 14 in honor of
The club sponsored an all-high school girls' dance and pro-
moted several pep rallies in assembly. The Pep Club drilled at the
half of the games throughout the basketball season, and marched
in the Armistice Day Parade. They gave their support to the team
throughout the Basketball and Football seasons. The Pep Club has
promoted great enthusiasm for athletics and exerted a wholesome
influence on school life.
TWANETTE KAUBLE, President
The Girl Reserves, the junior division of the Y. W. C. A.,
is the largest club in Garden Home. Seventy-four girl students
are members of this organization. Miss Betty Lambert is the
sponsor of this successful club.
Officers for this school year are Twanette Kauble, Presidentg
Laura Sorensen, Vice Presidentp Marian Barbera, Secretaryp
Bette l-luifsmith, Treasurer: and Alta Mae Lakness, Gorresoond-
ing Secretary. Because the organization was so large it was
necessary to have a Girl Reserves Cabinet. Eight girls were
chosen to serve on the cabinet. They are Bonnie lean Ed-
wards, Theda Marshall, Marcia Sahm, Marcene Losey, Dorothy
Knapp, Wanda l..eCrone, Marie Thompson, and, Alta Mae Lake
ness. The Women's Council of the G. R.'s included Mrs.
Sebern, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. lohnson, Mrs. Inman, Mrs. DeGraaf,
lvfrs. Losey, and Mrs. Hartsook.
The Girl Reserves sponsored a drive for food for Thanks-
giving Baskets, and a drive to get toys for needy children for
Christmas. During the entire year they had a clothing project
which the Women's Council worked on. The club also spon-
sored the Red Cross drive.
The Recognition Service for the Girl Reserves was a very
beautiful candle-light service. lt was the first social affair
for the club and was a great success. A Christmas party
was the highlight of the Yuletide season. A lovely Christmas
pageant was presented for guests.
Ten girls represented Garden Home at the Girl Reserve
Mid-Winter Conference at Boulder. On April 5 and 6 mem-
bers of the club spent a perfect weekend at the Y. W. C. A.
camp at Lookout.
Easter morning the girls of the club attended Sunrise
Service at the Auditorium. After the service they ate break-
fast downtown at a restaurant. A Mother-Daughter party and
a Dance were also greatly enjoyed by members of the Girl
This was the second year a Girl Reserve Club has been
organized at Garden Home. It has been a great success
and it is our hope to see a greater organization next year.
G. H. s. BAND
The music organizations of Garden Home make up one ot our outstanding departments. The
music section includes four main organizations: The band, with 31 members: the orchestra, with
17 members: the girls' glee club, with 25 members: and the boys' glee club, with 19 members. This
department has progressed under the fine direction of Mrs. Chase and Mrs. Berg.
The activities ot the music department include many numbers presented for assembly, bacca-
laureate, commencement, at P.-T. A. meetings and at other social affairs. A band and orchestra
party was given on October 3. The two big musical shows of the year were "Land o' Cotton,"
a minstrelp and "Top of the World," the All-High School operetta. April 23 and April 30 Garden Home
was represented by music students at the state band contest and at the Mountain Valley League Music
SCENES FROM OPERETTA AND MINSTREL SHOW
G. H. S. ORCHESTRA
THEDA MARSHALL, President
The final league stand-
Lakewood ...... ...., 6 O
Westminster .......... 4 2
Garden Home ........ 2 4
Castle Rock ..,......... 0 6
GARDEN HOME 1940 GRIDIRON SEASON
The 1940 Football season saw the Garden Home Blue lays winning 2, losing 6, and tieing I
game. This to many football teams would be an unsuccessful season, but to the Blue lays it was
a successful season because of the experience they gained.
The Garden Home crew, sporting new suits which were purchased for them this season, opened
their football season at Lafayette. Playing in a sea of mud, the Blue lays dropped the encounter 13-2.
Garden Home then traveled to Golden to play the Kingpins of the Suburban League. This time
the Blue lays were met by a shower of touchdowns, Golden won 41-6.
Opening their League season the Blue lays won an impressive 18-O victory over the Castle
Rock Huskies. In our second League game with the Huskies the Blue lays outscored them 28-6.
Playing hard football, but against great odds, the Blue lays were outclassed by a heavier
Lakewood team. The first game on the home turf ended: Lakewood 24-Garden Home U. ln our
return game on the Lakewood gridiron the Lakewood Tigers again triumphed 25-0.
At our Homecoming event the Blue lays were entertained by Union High Scliool's football
team. The Westminster crew was successful and dampened our hopes of winning. Union won 20-0.
The best game of the season was at our return game with Westminster. The Blue lays completely
outclassed them, outplayinq them in every department, scoring in the last sixty seconds of play,
but failed to win-losing 13-12.
Next year the Garden Home team should make a good showing because of the experience
gained this year and the returning of 17 lettermen.
Following are the scores of the games:
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Idaho Springs ....
During the 1940-41 Basketball season at Garden Home the Blue lays won six
games, while losing 15.
Regardless of the scores of these games we feel that we have had a suc-
cessful season. Next year we will correct our errors and win more games.
This year the first team consisted of: Orville Geisert, Omar Bell, Ivan Miller,
Kenny Ball, Louis Munoz, Hugh Bradley tCo4Capt.1, lerry Sebern, Mike Munoz,
Russell Alstatt lCofCapt.l, and LeRoy Ball.
The second team consisted ot: lohnny Thompson, Cyrus Wickers, Al Flageolle,
lohnny Gardelli, Lloyd Burton, Floyd Rockwell, Iimmie Quinn, Kenneth Boone,
Bill Nelson, Mirko Iancic, and Eugene Dugan. The two student managers were
Vincent Quinn and Chris Cashmore.
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