Garden Home High School - Crusader Yearbook (Denver, CO)
- Class of 1943
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HIS yearbook is the fourth volume to be pub-
lished by the Garden Home High School. It repre-
sents a creditable achievement oi the Crusader
staff and its sponsor and will be greatly prized
by alumni, students, parents and teachers. The
record oi activities and personalities depicted here
will recall many pleasant associations and happy
memories of 1942 and 1943.
To all our comrades in the armed forces, the
faculty and students join in sending a message of
love and appreciation.
To the seniors who will soon be numbered
among the alumni, we extend hearty congratula-
tions and best wishes for success and happiness.
, MW 1943
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CUB BOYS WITH UNCLE SAM
O YOU, our own home boys--here in the United States and others over there-we dedicate this,-me
Out of sight but not out of mind. You are ever with us in spirit and We are eagerly looking forward
to your home-coming.
You are endeavoring to hold the principles of freedom cmd democracy intact.
You are, each one of you, the man who smiles at all earth's hardships-you are the manwho
remembers school days, happy hours-you are the man we think of and love more than you could
guess-and, truly, you are our "Crusacler."
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W A Eugene Bivins
Russell Alstatt lohn Metcalfe-
Clifton Bastian Ivan Miller
Norman'Bell Eugene Mitchell
Richard Bott William Mohler
Hugh Bradley Iacl: Moul
Paul Brown Emerald Nelson
Merle Buchanan Frank Newberry
Chris Cashmore Harold Newberry
Bill Creekmore Robert Orcutt
Dean Cummings Art Pankoff
Bill Denney Charles Pedigeau
Ralph Dobruskyi Bill Shewfelt
Bob Dowell Bob Shirley
Gene Dugan Robert Rose
Melvin Gray Bob Rich
Ray Holmes Robert Shope
Howard Hampton Leslie Sorensen
Iames lobe Glenn Stanley
Robert Karsten Ray Thompson
George Koebel Bill Wood
Roger Larson lohn Wood
Iohn Lasley Hans Tangen
Edwin Thomton, Mirko Iancic, William Agnew, Frank Barbera,.Chester Lamb
I. Roy Townsdin, Fremont Hamilton, Earl Maddox
Tommy Baxter. Donald Mahaflie, George Watson
James Songer, Willard Dutton, Iames Karr, Lee Colby. George Butler
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George Rose, Gerald Metzger, Iohn Metzger, Clarence Cassius
Arlte Clement, LeRoy Bull, Max Augustine
Lionel Wood, Vernon Ellinq, Iohn Butler, luck Watkins
Benny Gardelli, Gordon Iohnson, Foster Pcrdon, Arthur Bell, Beryl Bell
Norman Taylor, Iohnny Gardelli, Norman Iensen, Edward Ely
Ralph Hill, Wilbur Mayhew, Charles Allen, Ray Dutton
Louis Munoz, Tony Munoz, Mike Munoz
Frank Connelly, Orville Geisert, Ierry Sebern, Harry Sebern,
BOARD OF EDUC
Sam Neprud ,,,,,,.......,..........,...............,.....,......... President
G. R. Dutton ........... ..........
George Atchison ..............
Oscar A. Luedemcmn ......... ..........
Orville Bivins ...............
G. R, Dxittoni
HARPER IOHNSON, Ph.B., A M.
Sponsor Student Council
HELEN K. BAILEY, A.B. I
National Honor Society
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CARRIE B. RAMSEY RUTH H. TUTTLE I. I. YODER VIRGINIA R. SNIDER DOROTHY WILLIAMS
A.B., A.M. SPECIAL CERTIFICATE A.B., A.M. A.B. REGISTRAR
Mathematics Instrumental Music Science, Mathematics Enqlish, Algebra Sponsor Girl Reserves
Sponsor The Crusader Sponsor Sophomores Sponsor Pep Club
ROSA A. LORENZEN ALMA W. EARDLEY RUTH M. BERG ELIZABETH BOWEN
AB. B.S LIFE CERTIFICATE B.S.. A.M.
Social Science, Spanish Speech Vocal Music English, Spanish
Sponsor Senior Class Sponsor Freshmen
ANNA I. MYERS MARY F. GREEN lOl-IN I-I. LEMCKE LOUISE C, BERGNER
Art Commercial AB- B.S.
Sponsor lunior Class I'IiSlO1'Y. POIHICGI SCL Commercial
MILDRED HORST MARGUERITE ROBB MARIE FENN GRACE KINTNER EILEEN FLUKEN
B.S. A.B. A.B. A.B. 13.3,
English, Biology English, Guidance English, Iournalism Social Science Commerfgiql
Sponsor The Herald
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Mrs. Marguerite Robb
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THERE'S ONLY ONE METHOD OF MEETIN' LIFE'S TEST:
IES' KEEP ON A-STRIVIN' AN' HOPE FOR THE BEST:
DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP AN' RETIRE IN DISMAY
'CAUSE HAMMERS ARE THROWN WHEN YOU'D LIKE A BOUQUET.
THIS WORLD WOULD BE TIRESOME, WE'D ALL GET THE BLUES,
IF ALL THE FOLKS IN IT HELD IUST THE SAME VIEWSp
SO FINISH YOUR WORK, SHOW THE BEST OF YOUR SKILL,
SOME PEOPLE WON'T LIKE IT, BUT OTHER FOLKS WILL.
IF YOU'RE LEADIN' AN ARMY, OR BUILDING A FENCE.
DO THE MOST THAT YOU KIN WITH YOUR OWN COMMON SENSE.
ONE SMALL WORD OF PRAISE IN THIS IOURNAL OF TEARS
OUTWEIGHS IN THE BALANCE 'GAINST A CARTLOAD OF SNEERS.
THE PLANTS THAT WE'RE PASSIN' AS COMMONPLACE VVEEDS
OFT PROVE TO BE IES' WHAT SOME SUFFERER NEEDS:
SO KEEP ON A-GOIN': DON'T STAY STANDIN' STILL:
SOME PEOPLE WON 'T LIKE YOU, BUT OTHER FOLKS WILL.
By Phtlander Johnson
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l: Office 3: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4-
Iunlor Play: Senior Play: Mrs. Bluejay 3: Herald 4.
Iunior Play: "G" Club 3: Senior Play: Football 3, 4: Football
Manager Z, 3: Basketball 3, 4: Senior Class President.
HOWARD MAHAFFIE 4
Football 1, 4. '
SHIRLEY PETERSEN X
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Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 25 lunior P1ay5 Senior P1ay5 Class Treasurer 3:
Herald 35 Crusader 3, 45 Track 25 President of Band and Orchestra 25
Operettas 2, 3.
Glee Club 25 Pep Club 3, 45 Librarian 45 Girl Reserves
l, 2, 3, 4.
Girl Reserves l, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Historian of
Student Council 2.
President of Class 25 Vice President "G"
Club 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball
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Herald 1, 2, 3, 45 Editor of Herald 45 Crusader
2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves l, 2, 3. 45 President Girl
Reserves 35 Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4.
Football 25 lunior Play5 Senior Play5 Librarian I5
Football 2, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Operetta.
Pep ClubVCheerleader 2, 3, 45 Drum Maiorette 3, 45 Senior Play5
Herald 35 Office l, 3, 45 Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2,.3, 4.
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lunior Play, All Hiqh School Play 35 Mixed Chorus, Manag-
ing Editor ol Crusader and Herald I, 2, Quartet 25 Printer's
Assistant Herald 2.
Band 3, 47 Orchestra 3, 4: Slide Operaior 4g Senior
Playg Football 4, Crusader Staff 4.
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1.
Girl Reserves I, Z, 3, 4: OPGYGNG 1-
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Art Class 45 Glee Club 2- Student Handbook 4
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 Peo Club 3, 47 Minstrel l, 2, 33 Girl Reserves
l, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus Ig Office 41 One-ACl Play 4: Girl Reserve
Cabinet 35 Operetia 1, Z.
Glee Club I, 2, 31 Operetta I
Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Minstrel 4: Vice President Student
Council 4: Basketball 4: Track 3: National Honor Society 4.
EDNA MAE COFFEY
Peo Club l, 2, 3, 4: Peo Club President 3: Herald 3, 4:
Girl Reserve Cabinet 2, 4: All High School Play 2, 3: Iunior
Play: Senior Play: President Honor Society 4: Editor The
Glee Club 4.
All High School Play 3: Senior Play.
Band l, 2, 4: Orchestra l,
2: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4:
Pep Club Cheerleader 3, 4:
Student Council 3: Herald
4: I u n io r Play: Senior
Play: All High School Play
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Gym
Football 4: Glee Club 2: Track 2.
Librarian l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Herald 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3.
ALTA MAE LAKNESS
Student Council President 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Crusader Editor 3:
Senior Play: Annual Staff l, 2, 3, 4: All High School Play 3: Herald
2, 3, 4: Office Assistant.
Iunior Class President: Treasurer 4: Senior Play: One-Act
Play 2, 4: Minstrel 2: Boys' Glee Club l: Football 3, 4:
Track 2, 3.
Senior Play: Senior Play Stage Craft 3, 4: Elec-
trician l. 2, 3. 4: All High School Play 2, 3: Band
1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2: Track 2: Operettas 1, 2.
Glee Club ,l 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2:
Office 3: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3.
WANDA LE CRONE
Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4:
Vice President Iunior
Class: Secretary Senior
Class: Iunior Play: Honor
Society 4: Senior Play:
Glee Club l:
Editor Herald 4.
VICTOR KOEN IG
Senior Play Stage Manager
Football 4: Glee Club 2: Track 2.
IDA MAE EPPERSON
Office 4: Librarian 3: Pep Club I: Glee Club: Play l.
Football l, 2, 3: Basketball l, 2, 3.
One-Act Play 4.
Girl Reserves 3.
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travel the milestones achieved in high school
Each year the tourists have selected a
center of the road during the Freshman year, and
Hill Dick Cantwell kept them within speedwlimits
At each curve in the road highway advisers
Lambert and Mrs Esther Wilkinson smoothed the
and other important social events were arranged by
Senior Store was managed by Mrs Alma Eardley. Here
caps and gowns She was assisted by two general
Advertising signs suggesting entertainment were n
roller rmks and frozen lakes footlnlls and riding stables
The Highway of Learning is known to be a toll road. At e
have aid their debts with assm rades. As rewards for s ecial
Soc1ety members some have helped to win athletic
science all have achieved personal victories.
Commencement means a parting ot the ways. Whatever paths are
will heed what they have been taught by safety instructors
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Office 4: Senior Play.
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club Secretary 4: Glee
Club lp Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserve
Cabinet 47 Librarian 45 Assistant Editor Herald 45
Girl Reserve President lg Pep Club l, 2,
3: Glee Club l, 25 Iunior Playy Band
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IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President .......,.............,.,..,..........4. .,,,.,..,4 M ona McGrew
Vice President ......,. ,,,,,.,..... E ulalia Odle
Secretary .......... .,....... D ixie Lee Briggs
Treasurer .................................................... Orville Turner
In September, '42, a group ot "Wonderment" fthe luniorsl went bravely
to their first classes. On finding school wasn't too bad after all, they all
smiled a bit.
This Iunior class was well represented in athletics. Football and bas-
ketball seasons revealed these lunior tighters: Bill Nelson, Orville Turner,
Wallace Stotfel, Wally Dugan, Clarence Akes, George Cottrell, Rex Narra-
more, Raymond Karsten, and Melvin Rohr.
Early in October these luniors ordered class rings. When the rings
came, in lanuary, there was many a good-natured fracas between the luniors
and Seniors as to just whose ring was the prettiest. tlt's still a draw.l
December brought the Iunior play-"Nobody But Nancy." The cast had
outstanding success and fun doing it.
The Spring Prom, an annual occasion, was a gala affair. lt was quite a
social eventg an honor for the Seniors to attend. Everyone came dressed
in his best, and ready tor a marvelous time. Each one declared it was "the"
best Prom ever given. All went home tired, but gloriously happy.
Next year these luniors are the Seniors. They will make the year
profitable and full. In Iune, 1944, they will shed many a tear, but then go
forth into a world that they will make ever new again.
Ila lean Anderson
Dixie Lee Briggs
Wilma lean Dawson
N Virginia Horst
Betty Jean Meade
Rex N arramore
Lloyd Burien Harry Flaherty
Arlene Wqrren Eddie NlCClGnQl'lCIl'l
Carl Kitsmiller Ekiirle DSCKGI
The Class of '45 has distinguished itself this year by coming out on
topxoi nearly all the drives carried on in our high school.
The Red Cross drive received S100 from the Sophomore class. And
when bonds and stamps were most needed the patriotic Sophomores won
the banner seven times.
The class was well represented in sports and musical activities. The
girls' sextette was most popular.
Mr. Yoder and Mr. 'Lemcke favored the class with several parties, which
were enjoyed immensely. The Sophomores are expecting just as good
times in the next two years to make their high school years a complete
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
President ...................... ............,............ S hirley Moorhous
Vice President ........ .............. D anny Briggs
Secretary .............. ........ W ildean McCumber
Treasurer ........................... ........ W illadean Colby
Mr. I. I. Yoder
Le Ellon Bastian
Lila Lee Berry
Betty Biqham -I
Danny Briggs C
Max De Wees
Betty I san Green
I' Charles Griffin -
A Wilma Griffin
- 'filly Howes
Marvin Kitzman '
tflforena Lowry I
' Paul Neprud
Ruth Paris '
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Carol Gooden Barbara Narramore
Betty Rasmussen Walter McFarland
Irene Miller Leon Taylor
Ellis Morton V
The Class of '46 began their first year in high school by electing Miss
Bowen as their sponsor. They greatly outnumbered the other high school
classes by starting out the year with over a hundred members. Our presi-
dent, George Bukey, represented the class very well in Student Council.
Among our parties we had a roller skating party at Skateland. The
Freshman boys made a good showing in the interclass tournament. Several
students volunteered to solicit for Red Cross donations. The War Stamp
Banner was pinned up several times in the Freshman room.
rREs'HMAN CLASS OFFICERS
President .................. ........................ ...... Ge o rge Bukey
Vice President ........ ........ E lsie Baty
Secretary ........ ................... B illy Smith
Treasurer ........ ........ D orothy Van Horn
Alice Marie Siders
Mary Lou Stayner
Misa Elizabeth Bowen
Mary Evelyn Cunningham
Lola Lee Hansiord
Carlene Henry '
Art Anderson Carol Lee Smiley
Dorothy Hawes Ioan Eberhart
Gwendolyn Lightner Alfred Allen
Emmy Lou Kaufman
I. B. Ruberson
Peggy Ann Smith
Dorothy Van Horn
Carmen Lee Wakefield
Don Lee Wheeler
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Instrumental Department Vocal Department
All-School Orchestra, cmd Band
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t gil M I A I L- Hope Moore
A . T fr I Eloise Kolocny Shirley Hopkins
' . Q S T9Y1Yn Wilson Genese Moore
The Music Department has had a busy and worthwhile year. ln the vocal department the following
groups have functioned under the direction ot Mrs. Ruth Berg: Freshman Girls' Glee Club and Sextette,
Sophomore Girls' Glee Club and Sextette, Mixed Chorus, Iunior and Senior Girls' Glee Club and Sextette.
In the Instrumental Department three groups have functioned: the Grade School Orchestra, All-
School Orchestra, and Band under the direction ot Mrs. Ruth Tuttle.
The Music Department has participated in a number ot activities this year. A program was pre-
sented at Fort Logan and Fitzsirnons tor the soldiers: a Vesper Service in November, and one in April:
and a Christmas program were presented by the entire Music Department.
The Band presented a benefit musical program in February, which proved a highlight of the year.
The Band and Glee Clubs presented the "Band Wagon," a tunetul, hilarious opereita, in May.
The Band and Glee Clubs participated in the Mountain Valley League Festival in April and the
Orchestra and Glee Clubs provided music tor Baccalaureate and Commencement.
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- l943 . . . and a beautiful book comes into beinq. This book, a tradition ot fine printing, is the year-
book, the memory book, and annual publication, written and presented to the Senior Class. The
"Crusader," the highlight of expectation from September to May, each year brings forth exclamations of
surprise and happiness.
The sponsor, the editor, and the staff give you, our admiring public, a book to keep, to read and,
most of all, to enjoy . . . the "Crusader '43."
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Raymond Karsten '
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VVIRGINIA R. SNIDER
Hope Moore Shirley Petersen
Theda Marshall X Marie Thompson
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Wilma lean Dawson
Mountain Valley League
F'C O T B A L L
TI-IE GARDEN HOME BLUE IAYS heaped laurels on our old Alma Mater
this season by capturing the Mountain Valley League football championship.
After losing one conference game and tying another, the team scored
victories over the remaining league teams.
Placing first in the league tournament put Garden Home in the running
for the state championship where they lost out by a small margin in overtime
play in the semi-finals. We're proud of their outstanding recordl
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The Garden Home basketball squad suffered some unfortunate defeats this season and yet came
out on top in the conference, tying with Castle Rock for first place.
The Blue Iays entered the league tournament slated as a possible winner, but a few unlucky breaks
caused them to lose their first game. Winning their second game placed them in line for the consolation
cup, but they were eliminated in a close and exciting game. The boys deserve much credit for this
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G.H.H.s. 231 Edgewater 23 "f
G.H.H.S. 225 Castle Rock 40 QQ
G.H.H.s. 465 Idaho springs 31 tg 4 LQ I
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Alta Mae Lakness-Vice President, Mrs. Book-Sponsor, Edna Mae Coffey- -President
Audrey Baty, Belle Sonne-field
Miss Marie Penn, Sponsorg Marcene Losey, Editor: le-anne Mahana, Assistant Editor: Wanda Le Crone, Edna
Mae Coffey, Associate Editors: Arlene Solberg, Business Manaqerg Eleanor Harvey, Exchange Editor. Staff:
Alta Mae Lakness, Omar Bell Ray Karsten, Gordon Misner, Shirley Petersen, Kenny Ball, Kenny Boone, Dick Cantwell, Theda
Marshall and Marie Thompson. Reporters: Mary Munoz, Hazel lohnson, lean Griffen, luanita Bradley, Genevieve Gose. Marjorie
Mercer, Marjorie Kested, Doc Cantwell, George Cottrell, Elaine Decker, Gene Lawson, Gilbert Cottrell, Victor Koenig, Rex
Narramore, Bill Nelson.
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X 1, Dixie Lee Briggs ...,........,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,i,,,,,,,,. President y
E l . f Lorraine Cliff .......... ,,,.... V ice President
T iiiiieiii lf- Elsie Baty ........ ...,,,, S ecretary
g ' Helen Ball ...,,.,,A. ' ..,...... Treasurer
D ll DOROTHY WILLIAMS
Girl Reserves, a junior division of the Y.W.C.A., is the largest and most active club at Garden Home
Though it is the youngest club, having been organized four years ago, it has accomplished a great deal
in rendering service to the community and improving the social and spiritual life of its members.
The girls have been patriotic in their projects, one of which was collecting silk hose. Twenty pounds
was the quota set, and they topped it.
The social side has been added to by a hard-time party, ice skating party, and roller skating party,
all of which were held earlier in the year.
Those responsible for the success of the club activities have been the officers and cabinet members.
The club has been under the able sponsorship of Miss Dorothy Williams and Mrs. Mary F. Green during
The mid-winter conference was held this year in Denver at the Y.W.C.A. It is an annual convention
held for the purpose of exchanging ideas and getting plans for making better Girl Reserve Clubs. The
theme was "The World Beyond the War." Rrepresentatives from G.H.l'l.S. were Shirley Petersen, Dixie
Lee Briggs, and Ieanne Mahana.
Future social events which have been planned are a mothers' tea and installation ceremonies.
GIRL RESERVE CABINET
Alta Mae Lakness Edna Mae Coffey
Shirley Petersen Betty Mqhqffie
MGTY Munoz Wilma Iean Dawson
OFFICERS - j
President ,,............. .......................... M rs. May Iacobs I
Vice President ..,,,.,,,................. Mrs. Belle Sonnefield 7
Second Vice President ................ Mr. Harper Iohnson
Secretary ...,,,...,,,.,,.,...,............. Mrs. Margaret Organ
Treasurer ........... ........... M r. Clarence Hartsoolc
Historian .........,..... .,...... M rs. Sarah Mundhenlc
Parliamentarian ......... . ........ Mrs. Hulda Neprud
THEME FOR THE YEAR MARCH l, 1942, TO MARCH l, 1943 . . .
"LIFE IN A DEMOCRACY" '
The Garden Home P.T.A., with Mrs. Belle Sonnefield as Membership Chairman, received the
State Gold Star for exceeding the quota set by the state-351 members enrolled.
A reception was given in honor of the teachers.
The Annual Carnival was a big success, both as an entertainment and as a financial project-
S450.00 net profit. Much of the credit for this goes to the efficient work of the room mothers and the entire
faculty, of which Mrs. Alma Eardley was chairman. Mrs. Glenn Simpson, Health Chairman, reported
Sl80.36 from the Tuberculosis Seal Sale, an outstanding accomplishment. About 200 children were
immunized and vaccinated.
Programs have been interesting and instructive due to the fine efforts of Chairman Mrs. Norma
Moody and wonderful co-operation of the Music Department under guidance of Mrs. Ruth Tuttle and
Mrs. Ruth Berg.
The OUTSTANDING MEETING was the March meeting in charge of the teachers. A musical
operetta, "Mother Goose's Birthday," was excellently produced. A School Art Exhibit by all rooms was
the largest and best ever shown.
A YEARBOOK was compiled by Miss Carrie B. Ramsey and students and a copy presented to
We have nine subscriptions to the national magazine and twenty-one to the state magazine.
Two Study Groups were active. The chief money-making project was the procurement and sale
of the beautiful cedar chest completely supplied with linens.
The P.T.A. has co-operated in all defense work. Many of our members assisted in the issuance
of ration books, while others prepared and served hot lunches to the workers.
A complete registration of working mothers was made.
Cookies were sent to Men's Service Center at Littleton.
An Honorary Life Membership was voted, honoring Mrs. Hulda Neprud for her fifteen years of
faithful and continuous service in our local unit.
Donations: Boys' Loan Fund 52.002 a memorial was sent to Mrs. Harper Iohnson in memory of her
mother: Red Cross 510.005 Music Department S50.00, and Cubs 55.00.
Founders Day was observed with an unusually fine radio and musical program by high school
studen's under the directionof Mrs. Lillian Book. The past presidents were honored and presented with
Kitchen Committee served Lions Club dinners. Many kitchen utensils were purchased and more
cupboard room provided.
Publicity was given all projects in state magazine, county and local newspapers by our efficient
Publicity Chairman, Miss Helen Bailev. d
The Publicity Book has been neatly compiled anA arranged by the Historian, Mrs. Sarah Mundhenk.
Row 1-H. Kelloqq, C. Millett, P. Hanslord, Mrs. Eardley, M. Kelley, W. Le Crone, M. Redfield.
Row 2-C. Gardelli, I. Mahana, F. Miller, O. Goodwin, C. Henry, W. Bax.
Row I-lean Iackson, Audrey Baiy, Alta Mae Lakness. Helen Brott. Thelma Boone. Lorraine Ballantyne, Mona McGraw, Pat SYICSS-
Row 2-Edna Mae Coffey, Wanda Le Crone, Helen Slater, Willadean Colby, Wilma lean Dawson, Enid Hamm, Wildean McCuml:er
ROW 3-Bessie Laird, Lucille Hobson, Shirley Peterson, Le Ellon Bastian, Barbara Iensen, Ann Dalrymple, Helen Ball, Elsie Baly.
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AUDREY HAMM ROY BART!-EYTT
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AUDREY BATY GEORGE BUKEY SHIRLEY MOORHOUS MONA MCGREW DQRQTHY KLINGSPGRN
Assistant Treasurer Freshman Class President Sgphomore Class President Junior Class president Historian
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Compliments of .
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OLINGER DRUG STORE
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A-B-Z LUMBER CO.
3124 W. Alameda
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
3250 W. Alameda
SHORTY'S BARBER SHOP
3136 W. Alameda
Best of Luck
350 So. Federal
ROSES BEAUTY PARLOR
Under Management of Thelma Iackson
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