Mountair High School - Le Resume Yearbook (Lakewood, CO)
- Class of 1952
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PAUL C. STEVENS FLETCHER M. MILLER
Superintendent Assistant Supf. of Secondary Schools
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Left to Right: Thomas D. Vanderhoof, 2nd Vice-Presidenfg J. Lloyd Beeler, Treasurerg
J. Bebber, Presidenfp Harry C. Graham, lsr Vice-Presidenfg E. H. Grant,
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Row One: Chalmer McCarty, Betty Simpson, Beverly Millner, Ruth Protze, Joe Renshaw, Pat
Browne, Patsy Hammond, Mariorie Holmes.
Row Two: Bill Hines, James Hammond, Dick Cable, Mrs. Nolan, Ronald McLeod, Jim Morrow
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The first Student Affairs Commission was organized at Mountair in April, l947.
A group of fifteen students, chosen by the student body, was elected to write a con-
stitution for such an organization. Much time, thought, and effort went into the
writing. We are still operating under that same constitution with but a Few changes.
HEAD GIRL ........ Ruth Protze Q
HEAD BOY ........ Joe Renshaw X
SECRETARY ........ Toni Mazzuco
A head boy and head girl have been elected each
year by the student body. Since the beginning of the
council, Mrs. Nolan has put Forth a tremendous amount
of effort as Sponsor. With her guidance, the ruling
individuals and members have made the council more
progressive each year in spite of its disappointments and
For this 1951 and i952 session Ruth Protze and Joe
Renshcw have labored at the job of making a worthy
council. Toni Mazzuca has contributed her shore by
working hard and conscientiously as Secretary.
Row One: Lois Mock, Merna Coad, Bill Hines,
John Robinson, Arnold Simmons, Jim Morrow.
Row Two: Barbara Carpenter, Jerry Oliver, Mar
Row One: Shirley Lipps, Rita Hoover, James- Sims,
Beverly Wickell, Janyce Sawyer.
Row Two: Joan Beane, Dick Cable, Rod Weuve,
Row One: George LaBrant, Chalmer McCarty,
Betty Bingeman, Loretta Maior.
Row Two: Dick Young, Sam Royse, Mary Car-
penter, Lois Mock.
Row One: David Wells, Forest Jones, Jim Morrow, Joe Renshaw, Don LaBrant, Art Jabs, George Wagner.
Row Two: Mr. Simonson, Rodney Weuve, Bob McGuire, Chalmer McCarty, Bill Hines, Walt Young.
Row Three: Doug Procter, Ronald Miesel, Dick Young, James Hammond, Dick Cable.
First on the agenda for this year's Letterman's Association was an
initiation following the Football and basketball season. Following right
in step, a party was given by the Letterman For the initiates.
Letters For football, basketball, track, and baseball, were issued on
The Letterman's Club was appointed to be in charge of Field Day,
which was one of the biggest events of the year.
Secretary. . . . . . .
. . . .Mr. Simonson
.. . . .David Wells
. . . .. ..Bill Hines
Row One: Jerry Oliver, Marilyn Clegg, Beverly Squire, Lois Mock, Shirley LaVoie, Carol
McGuire, Jackie Oliver, Bonnie Beck, Glenda Simpson, Barbara Carpenter, Betty Bingeman.
Row Two: Linda Dorman, Pat Capellie, Pat Browne, Judy Lamprecht, Shirley Lipps, Dorothy
Moore, Merna Coad, Beverly Wickell, Florence Sims, Maxine Malloy, Marilyn Newton, Mary
Our Pep Club did real well this year. Congratulations are in order for
the nice drills they gave for the visiting schools during football and basket-
The Pep Club set a stirring example this year for the whole school. They
could be seen at every football and basketball game, their enthusiasm the
driving force spurring our teams on to victory.
Sponsor .... . .................... Miss Ewald
President ......... ..... . ....... P at Browne
Vice-President .... .... F rankie Lou Burnham
Secretary ....... ............ L ois Mack
Row One: James Hammond, Jim Keyes, Pauline Ecker, Beverly Wickell, Merna Coad, Evelyn Weitzel,
Nell Sims, Rita Hoover.
Row Two: Judy Lamprecht, Dick Cable, Donna Craddock, Ruth Protze, Miss Votaw, Walt Young, Beverly
Millner, John Robinson, Lynn Hiatt, Betty Bingeman, Dick Young, Janice Sawyer, Ronald McLeod, Barbara
The Library Club was first organized as to members in the spring of 1948. ln
September of the school year 1948-49 the club officially took over the organization
and running of the library.
During that first year the library club weeded out old books, classified and
numbered all books according to the Dewey Decimal System, started a catalog file,
set up circulation procedures, and opened the library for the use of students and faculty.
In 1949 the Mountair P. T. A. presented the library with Funds to buy new books.
Since its beginning the library has grown in offering the school new fiction books,
better reference books, and a good selection of magazines.
The purpose of the library club is to serve the school and supply the students with
the right book at the right time.
Miss Alta Votaw
. . . Beverly Millner
. . . .Walt Young
. . John Robinson
Row One: Dolores Young, Elaine Clapier, Lois Mock, Beverly Wickell, Patsy Hammond,
Carol McGuire, Janice Sawyer, Jacie Metcalf, Jackie Wild, Joan Beane.
Row Two: Mr. Henderson, Jim Morrow, Glen Wollam, Walt Young, Mariorie Holmes, Linda
Dorman, Rita Hoover, Darlene Hilzer, Beverly Millner. Loretta Maior, Chalmer McCarty.
Not many people really know what hard and long hours of work go into the making
of our newspaper, the GREEN and GOLD GAZETTE.
All reporters get their stories in seven days before the paper comes out, but human
nature seldom brings them in on time. The following Friday the editor and staff meets
to proofread, rewrite and compose heads for all the copy.
After the page-proof is corrected, it is sent to the printers who run off enough papers
for everyone in school to have his own copy of the GREEN and GOLD GAZETTE.
Not Pictured Sponsor ................ . . .Mr. Henderson
President ........ .... P at Hammond
Vice-President .... .... W alt Young
Secretary ......... .... J ackie Wild
Business Manager . . . . . . . Jim Morrow
Row One: Glenda Simpson, Betty Bingemon, Rita Hoover, Pat Browne, Lynn Hiatt, Betty
Simpson, Elaine Clapier, Mrs. Nolan, Beverly Millner, Darlene Hilzer, Ruth Protze.
Row Two: Dick Cable, Dick Young, Loretta Maior, James Hammond, Ronald McLeod
Harold Hodges .
When you see posters all over the school and community, you can be sure
it is the work of the Advertising Club. If anything should come around that you
want advertised--iust call For these energetic Folksl l I They made sure that the
whole community knew about the dances, games, and other activities.
Sponsor ....... ......... . . . . Mrs. Nolan
President ......... ..... B etty Simpson
Vice-President .... .... E laine Clapier
Secretary ....... ...... L ynn Hiatt
JACKIE WILD MARJORIE HOLMES
"STARDUST" , the theme of the always-to-be remembered Junior-Senior Prom,
proved to be an ideal emblem. The sparkling music and the beautiful environs of
Lakewood Country Club offered splendid opportunity for dancers to "get out of this
world . "
On May l3, the seniors were rudely awakened by the shrill blast of the alarm
clock at 2130. And thus ditch day began. Soon we were on top of Loveland Pass
where we stopped for a few minutes to get our breath. We rolled into Dillion where
we had planned on eating breakfastp but everything was still closed. We finally made
it in Eagle where we had to split up and eat in two separate establishments. We
plunged into Glenwood Springs Pool at l0g30 a.m. By 2:00 p.m. we were in Grizzly
Park for a picnic lunch. We departed at 4:00 happy and content, and arrived at
home by 9:15 to dream about the wonderful time we had together.
JOAN BEANE ART JABS
FOREST JONES PATSY HAMMOND DARLENE HILZER
LORETTA MAJOR JIM MORROW
MARJORIE HO LMES
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GEORGE WAG NER
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BOB MCGUIRE MERNA COAD
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Being a very enthusiastic and energetic class, the juniors accomplished much
during the year. The first thing that entered their minds at the beginning of the year,
of course, was the Junior-Senior Prom. Soon plans were starting to be made but none
were definitely set. As the days, weeks, and months slipped past their plans for this
exciting event became more sound.
Finally on the night of May l6th at the Lakewood Country Club, everyone knew
that their dream had come true. The romantic atmosphere, which surrounded the
theme, "Stardust," made everyone starry-eyed and dreamy. At the stroke of mid-
night, "l'll See You In My Dreams" brought to a climax one of the most important
and memorable events of the school year.
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Row One: Florence Sims, Jerry Oliver, Jacie Metcalf, Marilyn Newton, Maxine
Maloy, Janice Sawyer.
Row Two: Miss Alta Votaw, Harold Hodges, Bonnie Beck, Mary Carpenter, Betty
Bingeman, Lois Mock, Don Risinger, Dick Cable, George LaBrant.
Row Three: Ed Biesk, Fritz Jabs, Harold Jaeke, Arthur Cox, Dick Young, Ronald
Meisel, James Hammond, John Wanczyk, Jim Keys.
There are twenty-five members in this year's Sophomore class. These members have
accomplished quite a bit in their participations in school activities, such as our Four
weeks of monitoring, in which we received more points than any other class. We also
gave a delightful assembly on St. Patrick's Day, and had two class parties--one on
Christmas, and one May TB.
Sponsor ...... ............. M iss Alta Votaw
President ......... ..... J ames Hammond
Vice-President . . . .... John Wanczyk
Secretary ...... . . . .Jerry Oliver
Row One: Catherine Haydin, Betty Haney, Beverly Squier, Evelyn Weitzel, Nell Sims,
Marilyn Clegg, Shirley LaVoie, Judy Lamprecht, Carole McGuire.
Row Two: Jackie Cliver, Pat Capelli, Pauline Ecker, Jeanne Thorne, Shirley Lipps,
Dorothy Moore, Donna Kerr, Barbara Carpenter.
Row Three: Chuck Schueller,Tommy Thompson, Larry Knudson, Jack McCrae, Delbert
Drager, Robert Tebeau, Ronald McLeod, Gaynor Toteve, Larry Huff, Bill Pennington, Dwight
Row Four: Mr. Simonson, Sam Royse, Jock Foos, Burt Ford, Larry Wagner, Richard La
Brant, Chuck Woosley, Ned Whitsel, Larry Frazier, Larry Webster.
The most important event for the freshmen this year was initiation into
high school. It was held the second week of school, and the sophomores
really gave it to us!!! They had us dressed up half boy and half girl, they
painted our faces with lipstick and shoe polish, which was slightly hard to
We thought we had been iust about killed, but iust you wait until next
year--we'll show 'em!!l
Sponsor ....... ............... M r. Simonson
President ....... .... . . . Ronnie McCleod
Vice-President .... ...... C huck Woosley
Secretary ..... . . . Barbara Carpenter
Row One: Donna Kersten, Donald Lester, Pat Mock, Kieth Reid, Janice Rae McElrath, Donald
Wells, Lois Cable, Jimmy Oliver, Dorothy Wells.
Row Two: Frank Baber, Shirley Simmons, Phillip Hays, Mariorie Jewel, Fred Newcomm, Mar-
lene Parker, Jack Caulson, Patsy Anderson, Don Taylor, Colleen VanBuron, Mr. Fuch.
Row Three: Pat Thomas, George Gill, Sandra Staley, Edward Hansen, Marlene Dorman, Calvin
Simmons, Diane West, Jack Cable, Joan Peyrouse, Jean McGuire.
Row One: Millard Marsh, Charles Rimbert, Weldon Perkins, Jack McFarland, Kirk Stanbro,
Tommy Drager, Phillip Noll, Austin Tebeau, Robert Lawhon.
Row Two: Miss Ewald, Marlene McFarland, June Howard, Marion Perrin, Betty Marvel, Alta
VonArb, Sharil Hayden, Phyllis Anderson, Phyllis Partridge, Jackie Knott, Carolyn Allemang.
Row Three: Tommy Bahl, John Manweilor, Joyce Renshaw, Marilyn Webster, Margarette Cun-
ingham, Leonard Linneman, Richard Foos, Jim Worrell, Raymond Bashline, Charles Wanczyk.
Row One: Gordon Lundquisf, Gaynor Tofeve, John Robinson, Ronald McLeod, Sam Royse, Larry Wagner,
Larry Knudson, Charles Schueller, Delbert Drager, John Wanczyk.
Row Two: Don Risinger, Joe Renshaw, James R. Sims, James Hammond, George Wagner, Don LaBranf,
George LaBranf, Doug Procter, Ronald Miesel, Rodney Weuve.
Row Three: Mr. Simonson, Bill Hines, Jim Keyes, Jim Wilson, Chalmer McCarty, Bob McGuire, Richard
LaBran1', Chuck Woosley, Harold Hodges, Art Jabs, Dick Young.
MR. SIMONSON MR. FUCHS
Coach Asst. Coach
Row One: Joe Renshaw, Bill Hines, Bob McGuire, Chalmer McCarty, Rod Weuve.
Row Two: Dick Cable, Manager, George Wagner, James Hammond, Dick Young, Jack
Foos, Art Jabs, Mr. Simonson, Coach.
Row One: Larry Knudson, Don Risinger, Gaynor Tofeve.
Row Two: Harold Jaelce, Manager, Ned Whitsel, Chuck Woosley, Richard LaBranf, John
Wanzcylc, Harold Hodges, Ronald McLeod.
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Row One: Ronnie McCleod, Lester Simpson, David Wells, Jack McBride, Larry Knudson
Row Two: Mr. Simonson, Coach, Ned Whifsel, Joe Renshaw, Chalmer McCarty, Bob
McGuire, Bill Hines, Rocl Weuve.
Row One: John Robinson, Larry Frazier, Chuck Woosley, Dwight Johnston, Chuck Schueller,
Larry Huff, Sam Royse.
Row Two: Mr. Driscoll, Coach, Art Young, Dick Young, Jack Foos, Arnold Simmons, Art
Jabs, Jim Morrow, Larry Wagner.
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With the return of ten lettermen, the well conditioned Wildcats clawed their way
through the 1951 football season to emerge as the victors, stumbling only once when
they met Hugo in the state preliminaries.
The basketball squad, under the guidance of Coach Simonson started out with great
power and many victories, but later on in the season the law of averages caught up with
them and put them in Fourth place.
The baseball team hit their way through the season winning all but two games which
cost them the League Championship. They slid in at the end of the season at second
ln 1952 the cinder men had two track meets before the league and district meets.
Four men out of the team lettered and two went on to state.
Toni Mazzucc, Merna Coed
Beverly Wickell, Donna Reid
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Row One: George Gill, Larry Frazier, Don Taylor, Jeanie McGuire, Frank Baber, Weldon
Perkins, Charles Rimbert, Gaynor Toteve, Robert Lawhon, Phillip Noll, Joan Peyrouse, Larry
Huff, Shirley Heaton.
Row Two: Jack McFarland, Don Wells, John Manweiler, Mr. Perito.
The ever-increasing band has really taken a big step forward since
the times when there were only two or three members. They played
for nearly all of our pep rallies and made a wonderful showing at our
Band Festival. These are the students that really deserve a big hand.
Shirley Lipps Jacie Metcalf Lois Mock Jerry Oliver
Row One: Beverly Squire, Donna Craddock, Beverly Wickell, Lynn Hiatt, Shirley LaVoie, Chuck
Woosley, Ned Whitsel, Larry Wagner, Betty Haney, Shirley Lipps, Carol McGuire.
Row Two: Joan Beane, Glenda Simpson, Betty Bingeman, Dick Knudson, Jim Morrow, John Robin-
son, Art Jabs, Joe Renshaw, Charles Schueller, Evelyn Weitzel, Judy Lamprecht, Mr. Perito.
Row Three: Lois Mock, Bonnie Beck, George LaBrant, Jack Foos, Ronald Miesel, Larry Huff, Sam
Royse, Glenn Wollam, Ronald McLeod, Pat Browne, Rita Hoover, Linda Dorman, Jerry Oliver.
Row Four: Pat Capellie, Barbara Carpenter, Mary Carpenter, George Wagner, Chalmer McCarty,
Bill Hines, David Wells, Don Risinger, Don LaBrant, Bob McGuire, Rodney Weuve, Merna Coad, Mari
The Mixed Choir is the pride and ioy of the whole school. They harmonized their way
through the Christmas Program and the Festival with everyone remarking, "That wonderful
Mixed Choir From Mountair."
The High School GirI's Glee Club made several appearances this year. They enter-
tained the student body at two assemblies and the parents at the January P. T. A. meeting.
They played a large part in two oF the big school programs, the Christmas Program and the
Vocal Music Festival. At the Festival they wore dotted swiss dresses oF various colors, and
they indeed Fitted the mood of Festivity.
The Boys' Glee Club made their showings in three assemblies, the Christmas Program,
the November P. T. A. meeting, the Festival, and several pep rallies. At the Festival
they looked very trim and neat in white shirts and bow ties.
Row One: Anita Faris, Donna Kerr, Pat Capelli, Marilyn Clegg, Catherine Hayden,
Shirley Lipps, Rita Hoover, Shirley Heaton, Jackie Oliver.
Row Two: Mr. Perito, Barbara Carpenter, Shirley LaVoie, Jackie Metcalf, Jeanne
Thorne, Donna Craddock, Pauline Ecker, Carol McGuire, Judy Lamprecht, Jerry Oliver.
Row Three: Lois Mock, Joan Beane, Beverly Squire, Dorothy Moore, Maxine Malloy
Marilyn Newton, Betty Bingeman, Nell Sims, Betty Haney.
Row Four: Lynn Hiatt, Bonnie Beck, Janice Sawyer, Florence Sims, Beverly Wickell,
Mary Carpenter, Glenda Simpson, Pat Browne, Merna Coad, Pat Willour, Evelyn Wietzel.
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Row One: David Wells, Forest Jones, Burt Ford, Chuck Woosley, New Whitsel,
Richard LaBrant, John Robinson, Jack McCrae, Larry Frazier, Tom Thompson.
Row Two: Harold Jaeke, Larry Wagner, Harold Jodges, Fritz Jabs, Don LaBrant, Bob
McGuire, Don Risinger, Ronald McLeod.
Row Three: Ronald Miesel, Jack Foos, Joe Renshaw Art Jabs Jim Morrow Sam Ro se
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Row Four: Mr. Perito, George Wagner, Chalmer McCarty, Bill Hines, James Hammond
Rodney Weuve, Lester Simpson, Robert Tebear, Larry Webster.
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