Natrona County High School - Mustang Yearbook (Casper, WY)

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Through its hinged covers may you, in years to come, iind a record of your high school days, and may it glimpse for you the VVest of long ago, when Indians roamed the plains and white men in covered wagons struggled with almost indomitable wills to over- come barriers. It is in this spirit, we offer you the Gusher of 1932. CONTENTS Introduction Administration Classes Athletics Organizations Activities Features Advertisements THE 1932 GUSHER THE 1932 GUSHER The Annual Staff wishes to thank the following for their cooperation in helping by advertising, to make our annual a success. Patronize them! Rognstad-Olsen Emil Hirschfeld Plumbing Co. F. B. Moore Rapid Transit L. B. Murphy Co. Nicolaysen Lumber Co. N aylor's Stationery Villnave Auto Supply Sandison's llfiarket Wyoming National Bank Natrona County Abstract and Loan Co. Gantt Hardware Casper Automotive Trades Association A. E. Chandler Filling Station Blossom Flower Shoppe Bluebird Grocery Store Gladstone Coffee Shop F arren's lklusic Co. Casper N atiohal Bank Marvin Bishop Robert R. Rose Harry Durham Dr. J. J. Donovan Dr. IW. A. Shikany Goodrich and Krusmark Henning Barber Shop Commercial Printing Co DeLuxe Studio Ayres Jewelry Rialto and America Theaters Casper Wyo. Wholesalers Association Chaddock's Karmelkorn Coliseum lVIotor Co. Casper Tribune-Herald Andy lwathers-Tailor George Weedell H. H. Schwartz R. H. Nichols IJIZDICATIED TO THE 1932 GUSHER EKIELIA KI. SKARRA Hear! of Girly' Phyxiral Erlnration and Sponsor of Senior Ciaxx XVho, by her interest and untiring efforts for the school, has shown the courage, determination, and spirit of the true pioneer woman. THE 1932 GUSHER ORANGE AND THE BLACK hVhere the stately Casper Mountains Thrust their summits to the slay, In a smiling, happy valley, Stands our dear old Casper Highj .ind we proudly pledge allegiance And -vow she'll never lack A host of brave defenders Of the Orange and the Black. THE 1932 GUSHER l Independence Rock" From Ah htcnmg ny una g4vy.....- -...-. . . , Y THE IQ32 GUS!-IER dw Aflax Bigman - -Photo hy Belden THE 1932 GUSHER 1 1 Mcgw M. L .. Q A 'wjxwiwfi -5,4 f ,, . wmv , 4, - " vb K V".,,....J,-.L-. "The Platte Bridge" -V From An Etching by Lin Hopkins After XV. H. Jackson THE 1932 GUSHER 5 5 6 S The 1931-32 staff THE 1932 GUSHER Cf.l,,J ,A 5' 3,1 ,Af tossing your annual together THE 1932 GUSHER THE 1932 ANNUAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Assoriate Editors - - Business Manager Assistant Manager Art Editors - - Underclass Art Editors - - Snap-shot Editors - Underelassman Editor Joke Editor - - Senior Editors - - Faculty Editor Athletic Editor Organizations - Feature Editor - Typis-rs - Sponsors ------------ The staff wishes to sincerely thank all who contributed to - GLORIA HOPKINS CHARLOTTE BURKETT NEUELL SCROGGINS - HARRY SCHWARTZ - ROBERT PATTERSON CHARLOTTE SH EPPARD IVAN NICHOLS ROBERTA lVIAPES NANCY HOPKINS MILDRED ANON ' l-IOE ALBERT - X7ERNON BENTLEY - - LOIS HORsCH JEANE SMITH WINIFRED STUART - - PEARL KING - PORTER DAVIS MARGARET WINTER MARY LOUISE REED DORIS LUCKEY FLORENCE HELBURO M ISS JAM ES MR. JOH NSON Ward making this annual a success and especially do we thank Burton Wright for his Cartooning. THE 1933 GUSHER in 4 X ml? f Q g f N ' fx x - X Rig - N ,, - K 4 XXX ' f X f ,- ' A , 1 x an ml X 7' W ' 4. fx . Q I' fm I A f'y"lllv' W V gf V ff! H 1 1' X , I , A r f , 5 , xN W my 'VK . ,JMX 'M AID INISI RAND I, .,..-r -nl" , fu.: 4 s Y ,I ' g, Qu'-Q-sZ"w ff. ., , 'i Y.. 1 1 - i u X RX fi X' IQ. fini' 47 s 1 WW? , 0,2 P i w 43 Qfz NIR. IJANIS, Ihr .llezlirizzr fllun, has proved a real friend to N. C. H. S. NIR. HICKS, Big Chief of N. C. H. S., has won our respect for his students heezluse of his readiness to listen, advise and sympathize with us. earnestness and sincerity in behalf of our hest interests. " ff' ... ' if , .. ef 1. . K .,.. ,... ' Aw. X BM' -X . N ' .... ., 1, " ' , an ' - .- 0 'H-.. 'N Y u , . 4 5-,wi Y Q. , N I I. ' . ' , Q-.xx , ,W .X .V ,R , , THE BOARD OF EDUCATION Our school board is elected by a popular vote of the school districts through a separate school election. The members give of their time and thought without pay. Few people realize the importance of the board of education to the schools. This organization constitutes the legislative, judicial, and administrative body which controls the finan- cial support that goes toward the maintenance and opera- tion of the schools, governs the general policies that guide them, and thereby determines the destinies of public school education in our community. The student body of the Natrona County High School extends its appreciation to this group of capable and sincerely interested citizens who give of their time and thought for our welfare. By MR. R. S. HICKS. THE 1932 GUSHER Q gk s IIJ THE 1932 GUSHER s Our most patient THE 1932 GUSHER Q3-J DSE A ' pw LL WWW aw? W' 'lla-an and benevolent faculty THE 1932 GUSHER .1 TO THE TEACHERS Here's a toast to our instructors, To the teachers of our school W ho've treated us right royally Throughout this last term's "rule." H ow they've worked and worried over us, The Lord alone could guess. So all hail to the instructors Of our dear N. C. H.S.! Come, a toast to all our teachers, Raise your voices and acclaim, The ones who've served so loyally Will surely deserve the name Of "The Founders of Our Dear Old School. I know you'll'all vote yes, So, a toast to all the Teachers! Of our old N. C. H. S. .. THE 1932 a if ' 1 Q , if H g mt", fm ---,4 , x , V -, M .J- 'J W3 . n ' NX . il I x lifa. n i . use XL l Y I W ! if kbqEp ,X E, V XX ' Q 'XX Qx -'11, QQ' UQHX 'f ff X . , ,f ' ' , 4. 79 5' .ff RN ,Aff 1 'rig-g','.'. - HM . -,,f A R, 'bf Af 1 Y , . pw,"-2 , 11 ' f 1 , - 421594 A 4 'A . f f f '-X y j' if .I 1, 1-:Sis -5- ,jf , r f,f Hy, ' ?j'5,:-.,,MrJ. f XJMM X , 4 f A5 SESWZ THE 1932 GUSHER Porter Davis Howard Angel Edna Campbell Mr. Rucker Miss Skarra Charles Tagney James Moore SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Fireworks!! I'l1 say we have displayed some very brilliant colors while graduating from inexperienced Freshmen to learned Seniors. VVe have not only advanced in our wisdom but also have made ourselves in every way. In our freshman year, we started out with a bang by entering with one of the largest and most talented classes in the history of the school. Porter Davis led us as presidentg Roy Gallington, vice-president, Eleanor Burwell, secre- tary. lNIiss lllcliride and Miss Feris herded the mob as our sponsors. In 1929 as well as in 1928, Porter Davis acted as chief executive and his assistants were: Jim Williams, secretary-treasurer. Miss Feris and llflr. Oliver acted as our guides. In our junior year we were especially active in the school. Howard Angel took Porter's place with Harry Schwartz, vice-presidentg Edna Campbell, secretary, and Don Bucher, treasurer. Mr. Russell and llliss Anderson acted as sponsors. Now we have become the so-called sophisticated, world-wise and confident seniors, we are still satisfied with Howard Angel as president, with Porter Davis, vice-presidentg Edna Campbell, secretaryg Charles Tagney, treas- urerg and Jim Moore, sergeant-at-arms. llfliss Skarra and Mr. Rucker have helped to make this year so successful as our sponsors. The seniors have taken parts in all the school activities throughout this year. Howard Angel, Rod- ney Rochelle, Fred Ridle, and Porter Davis played in the state basketball tournament here. lVIost of the first string in football were seniors. Gloria Hopkins and Jim 'Parker have been outstanding in dramatics. Ten senior representatives went to Denver to attend the First Annual Speech Confer- ence. Sara McCann, Marcus Bryan, and William Bunnel represented the class in debate. Charlotte Sheppard, Louise Winship, Ed Pratt, and Ed Barnes went to the music convention at Cleveland. Although we have heard so many reports about how hard and black the future is for young folks who are going into the business world, we will use the high standards of N. C. H. S. as a stepping stone to greater heights and success in the world. --By EDNA CAMPBELL. IITIIJIA lllllllllll WH SBNBUIER 'mog- men 4 u ,yu Qgftffifeix' M". 4 .Wu Dorothy Sliepjrerson College Preparatory "Nohly planned to warm. comfort and eonnnau4l." Gilberl Powers College Preparatory "Men of few words are the host men." Latin Cluli. Z: Band. 3-4. Louise Jensen College Preparatory "She hath a light head, a very light head: in fact, she is a blond." Spanish Club. 3-4: Art Clulm, 2-3: Gym Show, l-2: Swim- ming Meet. 3: Girl Reserves, l-2-.1: Gusher Staff. 4. Nolan G erin g General "There must he some good harrl work in him. for none ever came out." Footlxall. 5-4: Class Football. l-23 Class Basketball, l-2-5: Junior Follies. 3: Spanish Clulr Play. 3: Glee Clulx, 3: liand. l-2-3-4: "C" lCluh. lllalena Bryne College Preparatory "Her voice was ever soft, gentle and lovx--an ex: eellent thing in woman.' Imogene Smith College preparatory "The voice with the smile wins." Hucyrus, Ohio, Glee Cluh. Joe Beflzer General "None but himself can lie his parallel." Boxing, l : Non-Commissioned Officer, 3. Wfrlrren Burgess General "Is it disgraceful to he in love?" Boxing, 2, Erlwinfl Srarborough Secretarial "Truth, kindness and mod- esty need no praise." Girl Reserves, English Club, Gym Show, Athletics. Ed Pratt Commercial "His only lalxor was to kill time." Class Football, 1-Z: Class Bas- ketball. 2: Orchestra. 1-2: Glee Club. 2-3-4: Junior Fol- lies, 3-4: Band, 3-4: Colorado Springs Representative. 31 "The Nut Farm," 4: Mixed Quartette. 3-4: Male Quar- tette, 4: "Count and Co-ed." 4: Allegro Clulm, 4: Cleveland, Ohio. Representative, 4: Box- insz. Lillian Kelly Secretarial "Occupation alone is happi- ness." Girl Reserves. 2-3: Gusher Staff. 4: Gym Show, 1-2: La- tin Club, 2: Athletics, 1-2: Girl Scouts, 1. Newell Sfroggins "The answer to a maiden's . . prayer-or is he? ' Drum Major: Latin Cluh, 2: Band. l-2-3-4: Annual Staff. 4: Life Guard of N. C. H. S. Plunge. THE 1932 GUSHER Eleanor Hibbard College Preparatory "Naught but herself could be her parallel." Buffalo, Wyoming, 1, Gym Show, 2, Girl Reserves, 3, English Club, 4, Glee Club, 4. Elizabeth Rash Lois Horseh Agnes .Mc Taivish College Preparatory "1 hold they love me best, who call me Ike." Glee, 1-2-4, Athletics, 1-2-3-4, A. K. A., 3-4, T. N. T., 4, Gusher Staff, Annual Staff, Gym Show, 1-2-4, Operetta. 4, Girl Reserves, 1-2-3, Girl Scouts, 1, Junior Follies, Ki- wanis Plays, Senior Class Play, National Thespians, Thelma Guthrie College Preparatory Commercial "Toots to everybody." Girls Athletics, Peppy Pep- pers, 4, Girl Reserves, 1. Virginia Sanford College Preparatory "A fair exterior is a silent recommendation." French Club, Latin Club, Gym Show, Delegate to Speech Conference, Girls Ath- letics, English Club, Junior Fine Arts Club, Gusher Staff, Lena hfyatt General "A girl who does her own thinking and needs little advice." Girl Reserves, 1-2, Girl Scouts, 1, Peppy Peppers, 2- 3-4, Girl Athletics, 1-2. "As merry as the day is "Not that she loved fun long." Band, 1-2-3-4, Latin Girl Scouts, 1-Z-3-4. less but she loved study more. Club, Peppy Peppers, 3-4, Athlet- ics, 1-2-3-4. Glee Club. Helen Brown General "VVit to persuade and beauty to attract." Girl Reserves, 1-2, Girls Ath- letics, 2-3-4, Spanish Club, 4, Peppy Peppers, 4, Gym Show, 2, Gusher Staff, 4, Kiwanis Plays, 4. Calherine Crater General "And why should life all labor be?" Girls League Council, 4, T. N. T., 3-4, Glee Club, 1-2-3, Allegro, Gym Show, Gusher Staif, 4, "Outlaw King," Junior Follies, National Thes- pians. W inifred Stuart College Preparatory "It seemed like a good idea at the time." Glee Club, 1, Bohemian Girl, 1 , Girl Reserves, Girl Scouts, Spanish Club, 2-3, Gusher Staff, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Girls Athletics, Gym Show, Fashion Show , Swimming Meet, Job's Daughters. THE 1932 GUSHER k , . 5 .leane Smith College Preparatory "VVe coultln't get along without her." 'l'. N. T., l-2-3: Girl Re- serves, l-2-3: Latin Club, 2: Girl Scouts. l-2: Gusher StzttT: Athletes. I-2-3-4: Gym Show, l-2-4: Girls League Council, 2-3: junior Follies. 2-3: jolfs Daughters: Girls Athletics, UF". fl'f11rgarc't llfinter Coll--ue Preparatory "My thoughts of work are on Ere. I To high ambitions I as- pire." Latin Club, 2: Euclid, 3-4: National Ilfmor Society, 3-4: linglish Club, 4: Annual Stan, 4: Gusher Stan, 4: Press Cotifevextve. 4: "Bohe- ini.ui Girlz" Speech Confer- ence, 4: Allegro, 1-2: Swim- IIIIOHPIIF Grissom Alberlina Ceja lfzlna Dudley General Commercial General "'A light heart lives long." "A good friend and a true "Motlesty is the citadel of Preppy Peppers: Trinidad, one." - beauty and virtue." Colorado, Spanish Club: Glee Club: Or- Girls Athletics: Gusher Staff: chestra. Gym Show. Irene McCann General "Not so sweet as melan- ming Meet, 3. Porter Davis Robert Sherrard Arnold Daly College Preparatory General General "I am not in the roll of "There is more in me than "For he that runs it well, common men--." thou understandethf' twice runs the race." Class Officer. 'l-2-4: Football. Non-Commissionetl Officer. F. F. A.: Latin Club. 2-3-4: lla sket ball, l-2-4: Track, 2-3-4: Class Basket- ball, 3: Boxing. 1: Executive Council. 1-2: 0 eretta, "Tail- nrmutle Man :" Club, I-2-3: junior Follies, 3: Commis- sioned Otiicer, l-2-3: Ritle Team: Laramie Representa- tive: Annual Staff, 4: Gusher Staff, 3-4: State Tournament: Casper. Harry Sfhwartz College Preparatory "VVhy all this fuss?" Non-Commissioned Oliicer. Commissioned Officer, 2-3: Class Otiicer, 3: Treasurer Student Body, 4: Football, 4: Annual Staff, 4: Executive Council: C Club. 4: Euclid Club. 2: choly." Girls Athletics. Charles Tangn ey College Preparatory "Happy am I , from care I m free, why aren't they all contented like me?" Senior Class C oninnssione Officer. 4: Non- d Officer. lfllilliam Bunnell General "For even though van- quished he still could argue." Euclid Clu'5. 3-4: Manifold Club, 3-4: Debate, 4: Gusher Staff. THE 1932 GUSHER 5. . 5 . 1' , A I . E .55 1 E Ruth? iWcFarland Frances Reasoner Lucille Heayney Leona Morgan Barrie Bond College Preparatory College Preparatory Commercial General College Preparatory "Much to do-more to say." "I'll not budge an inch." "Take the world as it, is. "She and gloom know not "My man is true as steel." jolfs Daughters, 2-3-45 Alle- Pnyx Club, 4: "Bohemian not as It ought to be- each Other' I Girls League Council5 Glee5 gro. 3-45 Junior Fine Arts, Girl5" Glee Clubg A. K. A.5 Glee Club. 15 Bohemian Girl, Glee Club, 1-2-3: Girl Re- Gusher Staff: "So's Your .4-45 Gym. Show. 1-2: Glee, Latin Club. 25 Girl Reservesg 15 T. N. T., 2-3-45 Athletics, serves, 1-Z5 Girl Scouts, 1-2: Aunt Annaf' Glee Club, 1-2: G2-3-4.1 GiXllR?ervesbl1-2-35 Gusher Staff, 45 Junior Fol- 15 Assistant Chief Cashier. Efjthletiis, 1-112 Operetta, 15 Gym Show. 'yonung tate orus, li s, 25 Gil R s v , 1-2-35 'YTD - OW, --. 45 Operetta, 25 "The Out- Girl Scoutsk Ari Eau? 141687111 BT67171071 law King," 35 "The Count and Commercial the Cfiedin 43 Gusher Staff, "On with the dance, let 4, Gu Scouts, 1. Joy be unconfmedf' French Club, 1-25 Glee Club5 Peppy Peppers. .1 oe Albert Claude Chidley Robert Carroll Frank Zaba U , College Prepamory W1-se to resolve and pa- Barney College Preparatory General General tient to perform." "He was a scholar and a "Truth hath aquiet breast." "Move out and make room Euclid. 3: Spanish Club, 4: H College P1709-HFHYOYY HDS and good One' Class Footballg class basket- for a man' English Club, 45 Non-Com- Womenf hke muslc' Should Band, 1-2-3-45 Orchestra, 1- ballg F. F. A. 2-3-45 Allegro, 1-2-45 Art Cluh. 3: Junior Fine Arts, 3 Junior Follies, 3. Bill dinsley College Preparatory "A lad of mettle, a good boyf' Non-C o rn m i s s ioned Olficer, Commissioned Officerg Box- ingg Athletics. missioned Officer, 2-35 Com- missioned Oflicer, 45 Track, 3-45 Class Basketball, 2-35 Annual Staff, 45 Gusher Staff, 45 All State Chorus, 45 De- Molayg A. K. A.5 National Thespians5 "The Outlaw King5" "The Count and the Coed5" "The Goose Hangs High5'l Allegro, 49 Glee, 2-3-4. never be dated." Glee, 1-2-35 Boys' Quartetteg Mixed ,Quartette5 "Outlaw King5" "Count and Coed5" Colorado S rin s Re resenta- tive, 35 Cllevelrand glational Chorus Representative, 4: Eu- clid, 25 Allegro, 3-4g Band, 1-2-3-4. THE 1932 GUSHER s ri News wi six .tif Natalie Riker "l know everything except myself." Laramie Representative, 32 Speech Fnnventinn, 43 Or- chestra Representative. I-22 Allegro, 3-42 A. K. A.. 4: National Thespians. 4: "The Nut Farm," 4: Orchestra. l-2-3-42 lland. 4: Jub'm Daughters, 2-3-4: Junior Fine Arts, 3-4. Ben Osierlund "Mark Twain is l'm nut." Louise Butler College Preparatory 'Methinks she will make her way." job's Daughters: Junior Fine Arts, 3-4: Girls Reserves. l-2: Gym Show. I-22 Dramatics Representative. 4. Charlotte Burkett College Preparatory "If eyes were made for see- ing, then beauty is its own excuse for being." l.atin Klillll, I-2: French Club, 3-4g Girls League Council. 3: T. N. T.. 2-3-4: "Tailor Made Man:" Junior Follies: Annual Statf. 4: Gusher Siatt, 4: Gym Show. 2-4. Hope Tunhs General "From a little spark may burst a mighty flame." Rawlins, VVyoming: Glee Club. 4: Athletics. 4. Edna Campbell College Preparatory "Success waits at labor's gate." T. X. T.: National Honorary Society. 3-43 English Clubg Gusher Staff: Girl Reserves. .2-3: Girls' Athletics, 1-2-3-4: Delegate for Speech Confer- ence: French Club, 3-4: Class Otticer. 3-4. Ivan Nirhols Laureate Schneider General General General dead, but "He can conquer who thinks "An, honest, just and up- he can." right gentleman," Art Editor of Annual. 4: lfnotball. I-2. Charles Dixon Commercial "I will study and some day my chance will come." Non-Commissioned Officer. l- 2-3: Boxing, 1-2-31 Class Football. 1-2-3: Class Bas- ketball. 1-2-3. Ed Drazick General "I am part of all that I have met." THIS 1932 GUSHER June Decker General "Her wonderful music doth charm us all." Junior Follies. 2-3-4: A. K. A., 4: Executive Counpil, 2-4: Spanish Club, 1-2-3-4: Glee Club, 1-2-3-4: Girls Quartette, 3: Girls Sextette: Operetta, 3-4: Spanish Club Play: Secretary Student Body: Colorado Springs Rep- resentative: T. N. T., 3. Pearl King College Preparatory 'LShe whom smiles and tears make equally lovely may command all hearts." T. N, T, 1-2-3-4, English Club, 2: Class Officer, Z: "The House of a Thousand Thrills:'f junior Follies: Girls League Council, 3-4: A. K. A., 3-4: National Thespians. 3-4: Gusher Statif: Annual Staff: President Girls League: Executive Council, 4: Job's Daughters: Senior Class playg Chester Beasley College Preparatory "Nothing is more simple than greatnessf ' Boxing, 1-2-3: Class Foot- ball, 1-2-3-4: Class Basket- ball, 2-3-4: Non-Commis- sioned Officer, 2-3: Spanish Club, 3-4: Spanish Play, 3: English Club. 4: Commis- sioned Officer, 4. lone Farquahar Commercial "A light heart lives long." Glee Club. 11 Peppy Peppers, 2-3-4: Gym Show, 1-Z: Girls Athletics, 1-2-3-4. Carolyn Garberg College Preparatory "Art is power. Art Club, 1-2-3: Girl Re- serves, 1-2-3: Otperetta, Span- ish Club: Glee lub, 2-3-4. Most Popular Girl. llfason Henry College Preparatory "I'm on the brink of a grealt careegrsomebody pus me o . President Student Body: Var- sity Football: Varsity Bas- ketball: Executive Council, 3-4: Baud, 1-2-3-4: Glee Club: Spanish Club: "C" Club: Junior Follies: Lara- mie Representative, 2: Chica- go Representative, 2: "Tailor Made Man:" Class Officer, 3: Spanish Club Play, 3. Evelyn Beal College Prepartory "Sweet and serene." Girl Reserves, 1-2-3: Girl Scouts, 1-2: Glee, 1-2: Art Club: Job's Daughters. Velma Ifowell College Preparatory "Little, but oh my!" Glee Club, 1-2-3-4: Spanish Club, 3-4: Spanish Play, 3. Wilmar Kidd College Preparatory "They govern the most that make the least noise." Boxing, 2-3-4: Class Football, 2-3-4: Class Basketball, 2-3-4: Euclid, 3-4: Non-Commis- sioned OH'icer, 4 Ethel Cannon General "Always quiet and very dc- mure." French Club. THE 1932 GUbHI'R 'sax f M.. lzthel Volker Helen 1'ran1'1.v lxale Sedar LIICIHF Rutkofwxkz fllargaret Horn Secretarizil ' 'Gem-ral Secretarial College Preparatory Commercial "Gentle of speech, beneti- "She lives to buillclt not to "l'1t1-rnal sunshine settles on "ls she not more than a "Rath-r quiet, but a dandy ei-nt of mind." boast." ' her head." painting can express?" girl." Clee. I-2-35 tiirl Reserves, Gusher Staff. Peppy Peppers: Girls Athlet- Girl Reserves: Spanish Play: 1.3.31 Aghlegicg' 1.j-1.3.41 Gym ics: Glee Clnbg Gym Show. Spanish Club. Show: Kearney. Nebraska. 1. Illarrus Bryan College Preparatory "Thought is deeper than all s xeech " 1 . Latin Club, 1-23 Spanish Club. 3-4: Debate. 4: Mani- fold Club. 3-4: Non-Commis- sinned 0tTicer, 3: Commis- sioned Officer. 4: English Club, 4. Ifdllt' Smith College Preparatory "The fella's a right live man." Non - Commissioned Officer, 1-29 Commissioned Officer. 3-4: Winner Kiwanis Play, 23 "Tailor Made Man," Junior Follies, 3-4: Gusher StalT, 43 A. K. A, 2'3'4Z Allegro Club. 3-4: Annual Staff, 4. Thomas Sandzson I31lINo1-land College Preparatory General "He often goes out at night "Thinking is an idle waste like the kitchen Fire. of time." "Nut Firing" Euclid Club. Boxing, 4: Football. 4: 2-3-41 A. K. A.. 4: National VVheatland. Wyoming. 1-2-3. Thes ians 4' Kiwanis Con- .p -. . . test: Senior Class Play. Louise lfffznslup Se:-retarial "To be well favored is the gift of fortune." Glee, 1-2-3-4: Sextette. 3-4: Double Quartette, 3: "Carrie Comes to College, 3: "Out- law King:" All State Chorus. 4: Cleveland. Ohio. Repre- sentative, 4. Illelmn Revnolds College Preparatory "Beware or you'll me swal- lowed up in books." Glee Club, 2-3-4: "The Out- law King," 3: "The Count and the Coed.4: Non-Com- missioned Officer, 33 All State Chorus, 4. Arthur Hirschffeld Commercial "A man he seems of cheer- ful yesterdays and prom- ising tomorrowsf' Class basketball. THE 1932 GUSHER Catherine Dean Lucille Frost Violet Bachelor Elsie Floyd Catherine Fraser Commercial General General Secretarial Commercial "I would live to study." "She has an infectious "And oh. her eyes, they "All things doth she with "Simplicity-a very rare Glee. 3-4: Peppy Peppers, 4. grin." Junior Follies: Gusher Stall: speak such things " Athleticsg Girl Reservesg Girl system." Allegro Club, 1-2-3-43 Job's thing in our age." Peppy Peppers. 2-3-43 Glee Glee Club, 1-2-3-4: "Outlaw Scouts. Daughters. 2-3-4g Glee Club. Club, 1g Girls Athletics Kingf' "Carrie Comes to 1-2-3-43 Peppy Peppers. 4: 1-2-3-4. Collegef' Gym Show, 1-45 Girl Reserves. 1-2-35 Girls Girl Reserves, 1. Gym Show. 1-2. Mabel Frzslzy Commercial "For she was just the sweet quiet kindf' Girls Athleticsg Girl Reserves. Jack Jones John Kuhn lllike Sedar llflauriee Simpson Roger Stratton General General General College Preparatory General "Idleness is an appendix to "I don't know how wom- "Thinking is but an idle "Kindliness in women, not "NO OH? is wiser f01' l1lS nobility." en's hearts are won." waste of time." their looks, shall win my lffiffllflg- Operetta, Non-Commissioned Foothall, 1-2-3-43 Class Bas- heart' offim, Class Athletics. kethaii, 3-41 uct' Club, 4g Guam Stait. Robert Fuller Trackg Second Most Popular Boy. College Preparatory "I am slow of study." Class Basketball, 1-2-3-4: Class Fothall, 1-39 Varsity Football, 2-4: Glee Club, l-2-3-43 gunior Follies, 3-43 Kiwanis lays, 3: "The Out- law King:" All State Chorus: Non-Commissioned Officer. THE 1932 GUSHLR Ruth W1Ison College Preparatory "VVhat shall l do to be for- ever known?" Glee, 1-2-5-4: Girl Reserves, 1-2-3: Latin Club. l-2: Al- legro Club, 1-Z-3-4: Junior Follies, 4: Operetta, 3: " Count and Coed." Fleanor Barhaug Dolores Clark June Decker I olh-gt I rep imtory General General She had a loy1l spirit " "Her only fault is that she "Her wonderful music doth e-ties I 4 flea 4 Al- has no fault." charm us all." legro 234 Outlaw Kmg:" Geraldine, Montana, Junior Follies. 2-3-43 A. Gym Show Girl Reserves. A., 4: Executive Council, 2-l-1: Spanish Club, 1-2-3-4: Glee Club, l-2-3-4: Girl Quar- tette. 3: Girls Sextette: Op- eretta: Spanish Club Play: Secretary Student Body: Col- orado Springs Representative: T. N. T., 3 Reuben Corkin Elw 'n Bell . 9 1 Ted Carlzsle Commercial College Preparatory I am the very pink of "An agreeable person al- courtesy ' ways agrees." llaw Football Class Basket- Boxing, 1-2-3-4: Band, l-2- ball boxing DcMolay. 3-4: Orchestra. 3 Howard A n gel College Preparatory "A famous athlete and a joy to his fellowmenf' Class Onicer. 3-4: Football, 2-3-4: Basketball, 4: Class Basketball, 1-3: Boxing. l: Lviznior Follies, 3: "A Tailor ade Man." 3: Glee, 2-3: HC" Club: Commissioned Of- ficer, 4: Non-Commissioned Officer. 2-3: Executive Coun- cil, 3-4: Operetta, 3: State Tournament. 4. General "That indolent but agree- able condition of doing nothing. F. F, A.: Non-Commissioned OfTicer. l-Z-3-4: Stage Crew, 314: Gusher Staff: Class Football, 4: Class Basket- hall, 3. Everett Allen General "Great men are born-not made." Non-Comniissio ned Officer, 1-2-4: Class Basketball, 3: gxsher Staff. 4: Manifold, llflary kVygal General "Patience is a remedy for every sorrow and she is patient." Girls' Athletics: Gym Show: 1-2. Gertrude Alkire College Preparatory "If you would he loved, love and be lovable." Allegro, 4: Glee. 2-3-4: Pep- py Peppers, 4: All State Chorus, 4: "Carries Comes to College," 2: "The Count and th? .0ed." 42 "The Outlaw King," 3: Athletics, 2-3: "Belle of Barcelona." Franklin Buzx College Preparatory "Much study is a weariness of the Flesh." Class Football, 1: Class Bas- ketball. 1: Boxing. I-2: Var- sity Football, 2-3-4: Non- Commissioned Officer, 3 : Rifle Team, 3: Glee Club, 3: Com- missioned Otficer, 4. THE IQ32 GUSHER Velma Iflfelrh Christine Jorendal Palricia Gray Doris House Eva flflosteller General College Preparatory Commercial College Preparatory College Preparatory "XVhat's the use of living if "She that hath patience "If the world likes her not, "Curly hair like a magnet "Always there when help is you can't enjoy your- may compass anything." so much the worse for attracts." needed." self?" VVichita, Kans., High Schoolg Glee Club, 1-25 Art Club, l-25 1-25 Girl Reserves. 1-2-35 Peppy Peppers, 2-3-4. Orchestra, 1-Z-43 English Club, 45 Latin Club, 1-25 Spanish Club, 2-3-45 Girls Athletics, National Honorary Society: Pnyx Club, 25 Girl Reserves, 1-Z5 A. K. A., 15 the world " 'fCount and Coed 5" "Rich Man, Poor Man5" Girl Re- serves, 1-2-3 5 Allegro, 1-2-3 5 A.K.A., 4 3 National Thes- oians, 4: T.N.T., 45 "Min- Rodney Rofhelle College Preparatory "A rising young man."-- C6 ft. 3 in.J Basketball, 3-45 "C" Club, 3-4. VVyoming Scholarship. ick5" "The Outlaw King5" "Skidding5" All State Chorus, 45 Athletics, 1-2-3-45 Gym Show, 1-2-4. Jack Grabill fame: Shafer Lewis Proud General General College Preparatory "Mark the perfect and be- "Not to know him is to "His father thought he had hold the upright." argue yourself un- raised a boy, but found Class Basketball, 1.24.41 known." he had raised a row." Class Football, 1-2-3-45 Non- Gleeg Non-Commissioned Of- Band, 1-2-3-45 Glee Club. Commissioned Officer, 3-45 ficer5 Class Basketballg Oper- Rifle Team, 4. ettag Kiwanis Play Dramatics5 Girl Reservesg Girls Athleticsg Gusher Staff Glee Clubg "Outlaw King." Frank Payne College Preparatory "Don't be too seriousg take life easy, and live long." Latin Club5 Euclid Club, 45 Band, 1-2-3-4: "Bohemian Girl5" Gusher Staff, 3-4. 1 THE 193.2 GUSHER . QA.-X-x-. NN.. 1 SN i - . s.. .so s-T. X-ft f s .- fixss ii- Lillian Jonassen Hilda Hansen Xllaude Ufebster .lean Irwin Frances Beyer General General General General General "Much can he clone with "must with charms. the "A friend to all whom she "Her quiet friendliness has "Her ways are ways of :J Swede if caught certainty to please." may meet." endeared her to all." pleasantnessf' young. Girls Athletics : Girl Re- Athletics: Glee, 1-2-3-4: Girl Rawlins High. 1-2-3: Glee Glee. 1-2-3: Athletics. 1-4: Athletics, I-2-J-4: Glu Club, serves. Reserves. Club: Girls Athletics. English Club. 2-3: Style 3-4: Girl Reserves, 2-3: Oper- etta. 3-4: Sextctte, 3. Orrin Dofkham General "Good humor is the health of the soul." Class Football, Class Basket- ball: Boxing: Non-Commis- sioned Officer, 3. Fred Ridle College Preparatory "Hut there is more in mc than thou understand- eth." Don Bucher College Pre aratory "In the football Field, he sets a wicked pace. But helieve me. he's faster yet in Cupid's race " Fothall, 1-2-3-4: Class Officer, 3: Gusher Staff: Non-Com- missioned Officer. 1-2: "C" Club President: Most Popu- lar Boy. WilIiar1zMark Show. l: Girl Reserves, 1-2: Girl Scouts, 5: Gym Show: Operetta. Amy Beattie "I don't know General where I'm going, just so I get somewhere. " Glee Club: Girl Reserves: Girl Scouts, Gym Show, 1-2. Ifffilliam Carroll College Preparatory "Make not thyself a slave of any woman." Athletics, 4: Gusher Staff, 4: Non-Commissioned 3-4. Officer, General "VVith too much quickness ever to be caught." Class Basketball: F. F. A. , . bydney Ufrzght College Preparatory "Short and Peppy, smart and witty.' A. K. A.. 3-4: Allegro, 3-4 Art Club. 3: Junior Fine Arts. 3-4: Orchestra, 1-2-3-4 Rand, 2-3-4: "Count and Co ed:" "Bohemian Girl:" Ju nior Follies: "Tailor Mad Man." THI' IQ32 GUSHER Doris Lucley Gladys Evans lllatildrz Rucirh Annu llfae Fuller Gladys Dania' College Preparatory Commercial Commercial College Preparatory "The mildest manner and 'AMy mamma told me not "A gentle disposition: she "Her ways are ways of "'Tis toil's reward that the gentlest heart." to talk to strangers. was born to be loved." pleasure." sweetens industry Glee Club. 1-4: Girls Athlet- Girl Reserves. 2: Art Club, 3. ics, 1-23 Spanish Club, 2-3-4: English Club. 2-4: Euclid serves. 1: Glee Club, pv Peppers: Girls Club, 2: Gusher Staff: An- Council. nual Statlf. Luczlle Harris Rulh Blanford Florence Brown General General College Preparatory A worthy friend." "A.true good friend and a "A storehouse of merri- Girls Athletics: Style show. JOUY DHI- mefiffzrfl H fortress Of anime, Wyoming, 1-2: Am- ablhfb- A lets. 3: Spanish Club, 3-4. Peppy Peppers. 1-2-3-4: Girls Gym Show: Girls' Athletics: Girl Reserves, 1. Athletics, 1-2-3-4: Girl Re- Glec Club, 3-4: All State 3: Pep- Vhorus. 4: Girl Reserves: Iu- League nior Follies. 4: G u sh e r Stall, 4 Louise McDonald General "Articles of good value c 0 m e in small pack- ages." Peppy Peppers. tette, 4: Girl Scouts Florenre Helburg College Preparatory "She Havors everything: she is the vanilla of typing contests." French Club, 1-2-3: Latin Club, 2-3: National Honorary Society, 3, President, 4: Glee Club, 4: Operetta, 4: En - lish Club, 3-4: Gusher Stag: Annual Staff: Girls' Athletics, 1-2: Quill and Scroll, 4: "The Goose Hangs High:" All State Chorus, 4: National Thespians, 4. Katherine Logan Glee, 1-Z-43 All State Chorus 4' Girls Athletics, 17 S fc Commercial "A gentle mind that har- bors nothing base." Glee Club: Girl Reserves: Gvm Show: Girls' Athletics: Peppy Peppers. THIS IQ-3.2 GUSIIER ,Qs 51 Q Dorix Llzrkey Helen Cormier .llary .lane Keith Barbara Bond illlflllflllill Ilarry . Vollege l'rt-paratory v l I I General follege l'reparatory College Preparatory K'onunereial 'illflfli SfFfllHl1lf"l' W1""l NNN' llllllkllllf' llllf- W'l'l "Her ways are of pleasant- "lf l chance to rave a lit- "She :uul gloom know not gaze will tell you at a She laughed antl tlancetl ness anrl her paths are of tle. forgive ine." each other." glance what kinel of a anrl sang." peace." Gnshm. gmpf. 3: --Outlaw llll'lSl1lflS. imll Y'tUYUl- A. K, A.: National 'l'l1es- Kingf' Glee, l-.Z-3: "Bohe- Annual Staff. 4: Gusher Stall. Glen l'lul1, I-2-3-4: Allegro pians: Girl Reserves. 3: Girl tnian Girl." 4: linglish l'lnli. 2-4: Span- l'luh. 1: Girl Reserves. l-2-3: Scouts: Glee flulm. 1-2-3-4: ish l'luli, .Z-.3-4: Glen- Vlulr. Girls' Athleties: Gym Show. "Ski4l1ling:" junior Follies: 3-4. 1: "Tailor Maile Navi." 3: Spanish Vluli. 3-4: "Belle ot' Bohemian Girl 1 Gushev llareelona:" Gym Show. 1-2: Staff, 4. nllirheiniziu Girl :" Gusher Staff: Kiwanis Players. Robert Patterson George rlffffrrllll Jill' Igillylllllll H011 R036 l"rr1lSN1ftl1 t.Ulll'LlC l'1't-paratory General follege Preparatory College Preparatory General "Sc-lf trust is the essence of "lf he would Stop to think "You look wise: pray cor- Uflever men are good. hut "As proper a man as one heroism." he ixoulsl lose an oppor- rect that error." they are not the best." shall ser: in a Slllllll'll'f'i Non-K'oinhvissiom-cl Officer. llmlly- Vonunissionerl Officer, 3-4: Flass Officer. I: flass Bas- 'lay- I-2-3-4: "Tailor Maile Man," Non-1'onnnissiouerl Officer. Z: kethall. I: Football Manager: Banrl. 1-.Z-1-4: Orchestra. SJ: All State- Vhorus. 4: Junior Follies. 3: Gusher Basketball Manager: Oper- I-2-5-4: A, K. A.. 3-4: Na- "Sk-irl4ling."-I: A. K. A.. 3-4: Staff. 4: Flass Foothall. 2-3: etta: Junior Follies. "lm tional Thesoians. 4: Stage National 'I'hm-spians.4:Gusher Vlass Basketball. 2-4: Oper- Club: A. K. A.: Nrm-l'mn- Manager. 3-4. Staff, 4: "Goose Hangs etta: Glee Club. l-2-3. missionecl Ofticerg Gusher StatT. High," 4: llealolay. 2-3-4: "'l'he Outlaw King." 3: "flaunt anll t'o4-sl." 4: Alle- gro Vlulu, 4: lloxing, 2-3: Ch-e Fluh. 2-.X-4: Junior Fol- lies, 4: Rifle Terlm, 4. THE IQ32 GUSHER .,-. . sg. 5 . ,er 1 l, 'V ASQ' 45 Elsie flflae Durbin Helen Kirk lllargaret Carragher Irene Smyleal Ruth Blanforzl Commercial General General General General "The heritage of a true "She came to us a stranger "If she has faults she keeps "But I am constant as the "A true good friend and a heart is sincerity. and remained a friendf, them hidden." Northern Star." jolly pal." Glee Club. Rawlins High School, 1-2-35 Girl Scouts, 1-25 Girl Re- Gillette, Wyoming, 1-25 Ath- Peppy Peppers, 4. serves, 1-2-35 Peppy Peppers, letics, 35 Spanish Club, 3-4. 3-45 Girls' Athleticsg Gym Show. Carl Larson Perry Dockarn lllarfvin ,Kadliek Ervin Kinnaman Walter Jones College Preparatory General College Preparatory General Commercial 'For 'he that runs it well, "A grown-up responsible "I like work5 it fascinates "He was master of himself." "A little folly is desirable twice runs the race." man." me. I can sit and look in him that will not be liitxclid Club, 2-3-45 Spanish, at it for hours." Glee Club, 1-2-35 Concerts, 1-2-35 Class Basketball5 Rifle Team, 3-45 Non-Commis- sioned Officer, 1-25 Commis- sioned Officer, 3-45 Gusher Staff, 45 Quill and Scroll, 4. guilty of stupidity." "Skidding5" "Nut Farm," ,lu- nior Follies5 Kiwanis Plays5 A. K. A. Richard Hufsmzth General "He's of stature somewhat low-your hero should be tall, you know." Class football, 3: Spanish Play, 35 Spanish Club, 4. THE 1932 GUSHER S 4 f .. .gs ,. Franrex Lloyd Ruth Korh lllarguerite Patterson Louise llIcDonald Pearl lllivhael General Follege Preparatory College Preparatory General General "Silt-tice is more clot uunt "She encourages a man "To those who knew thee "Articles of gootl value come "My thouizltts are my com- l - ' vw ' VI than words." some." not, no words can print: in small packages. panmns. Douglas, XVyomiug. Girls' Athletics, Glee Club. and 'hose Wh" knefli Athletics, 1 5 Girl Reserves. 1- tlleeg, know Wffls me Z-3: Girl Scouts. 1-2: Gusher mmf' Staflf. 4: Peppy Peppers. 2-3- lflrrumr Barhaug College Preparatory "She has n loyal spirit." Athletics, l-2-4: Glec, .lg Al- legro, 2-3-43 "Outlaw King." Gym Show, Girl Reserves. Latin Cluli, 2-3-4: Girls Ath- letics. l-2-3-45 English flulr. 35 Girl Reserves. 3: National Honorary Society, 3-4: Gushei Staff. 43 Gym Show, 1. Jarmfs Sperk James Branson .lexse Fields Cora Barnes College l'repar:itnry College Preparatory Commercial Normal Training "XN'ith too much quickness "Is he coming, or is he go- "It's quality and not quan- cver to lie taught." ing?" tity that counts." Latin Club, 1-25 Non-Commis- Non-Commissioned OEicer, 43 sinned Officer, 3-4: Rifle RiHeTeam. Team. 4: Junior Follies, 39 Stage Crew. THE 1932 GUSHER Esther Larson .leane Sullivan Jessie Frank Hazel Garberg Gertrude lr-vine College Preparatory General Commercial College Preparatory College Preparatory "She was wont to speak plain "I'd he a butterfly, born in 'True to her work, her word, "Reason is not measured by "A modest manner best suits and to the purpose." a bower, and her friends." size." a maiden." Latin Club. 1-2-3-43 English Club, 2-3-43 National Honor- ary Society, 3-4. Philip l'Vertenl1erger "He takes a sure step in every round in his climb to the top of the ladder of success." VVhere roses and lilies and violets meet." Allegro, 1 3 Girl Reserves, 1-21 Peppy Peppers, 2-3-43 Junior Follies, 23 Latin Club, 1-25 Girls' Athletics. 1-2-35 Glee, 1-4. English Clubg Girl Reserves. Girl Reserves, l-2-3: Art Club, Glee Club, lg Gym Show, 1-23 l-2-33 Allegro, 43 Kiwanis Latin Club, 2-3, Euclid Club, Contest, 4. 3. Thelma Wanzpler College Preparatory "A winning way, a pleas- ant smile." Riverton, 1-ZQ Peppy Peppers. Gail Haines Paul Kilker Millard Muir llfillis Dill General College Preparatory Commercial College Preparatory General "Musical as Apollo's lute." "Loving makes the heart "The cautious seldom err." "There are two days about Band' 2,-5.4. Orchestra' grow kind. the mind which one should never Boxing, 1-2-33 Non-Commis- sioned Officer, 1-2-33 Class Football, 1-21 Class Basket- ball, 1-2-3. grow soft, the eyes go blind." worry-yesterday and to- morrow. ' ' Class Football3 Class Basket- hallg Non-Commissioner Ot'- Fleer. Charles Schaupp General "Every inch a man, but not many inches." THE 1932 GUSHER Violet Barhflor lllory .lane Beattie Gloria Hopkins Evelyn Kaiser General College Preparatory College Preparatory Commercial 'll be merr and free: l'll "lt's nice to be natural, es- "Anil oh, her eyes. they speak such things." Athletics: Girl Reserves: Girl Scouts, " Beauty-always did have mnre influence than brains." A, K. A., 3-41 National. 4 L 'l' 'Y T., 4 3 Gusher Staff: junior Follies, 3: Operetta 2: Catholic Girls' Club, l-2-3-4: Athletics: "Outlaw King": "The Tailor Made Manu: "The Nut Farm": Gym Show 2 Kiwanis Plays, .3-4. ..l y be sad for nobody." Art Club, 3: Latin Club, 33 Junior Follies, 3-41 "Minick," 33 Executive Council. 4: Gusher Staff. 3-4: Annual Staff. 3-4: "Ski1liling," 4: "Nut Farm," 4: National Thespians, 4: A. K. A.. 4: T. N. T., 4: Editor of Annual, 4: Quill and Scroll, 3-4: Ki- wanis Contest NVinner. 4. pecially when you're nice." Artesia, New Mexico. l: Girl Reserves. 2-3, Oliicer. 3: Spanish Club, 2-3-45 T.N.T., 2-5-4: Officer, 4: Athletics. 2-4: Chief Cashier, 41 Job's Daughters Officer. 2-A-4. LIIIIPFIIF Kruse General "Those about her from her shall learn the perfect ways of honor." Denver. Colorado. Fred Smith Loyal Johnson Grant Boyles Dale Smith Janzes Branson I ollege Preparatory College Preparatory General College Preparatory General llc would stop St. I'etcr's "To the victim belongs the "Hope for the best, expect "ls he coming. or is he go- "As proper a man as one tall to ask a once- 'goils'." the worst, and take what ing?" shallysee in a sun1n1er's nun Boxing, 1: Non-Commissioned comes' Latin Club, l-2: Non-Conv day- anrl l 2 34: "The -N ut 0lTicer, 2-35 Camlet Major, 4: Banrl. 1-2-3-41 Class Football, missioned Officer, 3-4: Rifle Band, l-2-3-4: Orchestra, 1-2- Tirm A K.A.: National Boys' Vice President, 4: Ex- l-2-.35 Allegro Clubg Glee Team, 4: Junior Follies, 3, 3-43 A.K.A., 5-4: National I' cspiam I notball. 4. ecutivc Council. 4: Euclid Club, l-2-3-4: All State Cho- Stage Crew. Thespians. 4: Stage Manager. Club: Junior Follies. rus ' A.K.A.g Gusher Stahl, 4: 3-4. ,lunlior Follies, 2-3-4, Band Officer: "Tailor Made Manu: Kiwanis Plays Contest. THE 1932 GUSHER i l 1 Q 1 Q Genevieve .Edgington Esther Edwards Mary Louise Reed General College Preparatory College Preparatory "Respect the faculty that "A good name is rather to "Her EYES ,HS SUIYS Of twi- forms thy judgments." be chosen than great hght fajlj AK A I-2-4, English Club riches," Like twilight's too, her ' " " ' ' dusky hairg 45 Spanish Club, 1-2-4: Girl Girl Scouts, 19 Glee Clubg Scouts, 4: National Thespi- Allegro Club. ans, 4, "The Nut Farm 3 Girl Reserves, 1-25 Glee Club, "A man who deli .lim Moore College Preparatory "This bold bad man." Meha. Idaho, 1-23 Football, 3-4: Glee Club, 3-45 Allegro. 3-43 Junior Follies: "Outlaw King": Junior Fine Arts Club: "C" Clubg Bofing: Vocal Contestg Senior Class Officer, 4. Vernon .lohnso But all things else about her drawn From May-time and the cheerful dawn." Girls' League Council, 4, T. N. T.. 3-4: Glee Club, 2, French Club. 3: Gym Show, lg Annual Staff. 4: Gusher Staff, 43 Junior Folliesg "So's Your Aunt Anna." n Karl Somers Lillie May Meginity Commercial "When love and duty clash, let duty go to smash." Glee Club: Allegro Club, All State Chorus, "The Outlaw King"g "The Count and the Co-ed", Girls' Athletics. Helen Cozier General "A tender heart, a will in- flexible." Girl Reserves. 2-3: Style Show, 3, Athletics, 29 Gym Show, 2. Carl Larson College Preparatory College Preparatory "Just the sort of fellow you "Know more than others if College Preparatory like to have aroundf' you can. but don't tell "For he that runs it well. Non-Com- them 50-U Glee Club, 2-3-4: mlssioned Officer. 2-3-45 Track Team, 3, Rifle Team. twice runs the race." Euclid Club, 2-3-4: Spanish, 3-4. LeWayne Rutherford College Preparatory 'tl may be small but I make myself heard." Junior Fine Arts, 4g Allegro, 2-3-43 Latin Club, 1-2-33 Girl Scouts. 1-2g Girl Reserves. 1- 2-33 Glee, 1-Z-3-4, All Slate Chorus, 4: Colorado Springs Representative, 3: "Outlaw King", "Carried Comes to Collegen: "Bohemian Girl"g "Belle of Barcelonau: "Count and Co-ed"g Sextette. 2-3-4: Quartette, 3: Mixed Quar- tette, 3-45 Trio. 3: National Honorary Society, 3-4. James S peck College Preparatory "XVith too much quickness ever to be taught." .lim Parker College Preparatory vers the goods in a quiet unas- suming way." Class Football, Rifle Team: Glee Club: Euclid Club: Eng- lish Clubg A.K.A.: National Thespiansg "Nut Farm": "Goose Hangs High"g Gusher Stafifz Commissioned Officer, 43 Kiwanis Play. THE 1932 GUSHER X, -K X i 'ts' . J .. hwiv . Rose lllary Huey Ruth Koeh General College Preparatory "She came tn ns a stranger "Speech is silver5 silence is and remained :i friend." golden." Dc-up Water, M issuuri. Charlotte Sheppard Commercial "Charlotte is an artist, just as quiet as can be, The way she splashes color on is surely great to see." Art Cluli, 2-35 Spanish Cluh. 2-45 Pnyx Club, 45 Girls' Athletics, 2-3-45 Glee Club, 45 Art Editor of Annual, 4. Thelma Koch College Preparatory "Fair in that she never studies to he fairer." Glee Club. li Spanish Club. 2-3-45 Spanish Play, 35 Gush- er Stan. Helen Brown College Preparatory "Always willing to do what she wants to do." Pepy Peppersg Gym Show! Girls' Athletics. l-2-3-45 Ki- wanis Conlest, 4. Ruby Chrysl Pearl llfichael Montana Harry Sara lllfcann General General Commercial College Pf9Daf3f0fY "Very business-like." "My thoughts are my com- "SO petite. S0 Heat. with ulmflllllfnce is not her 0nlY panions." manners so sweet." V1-FTUCZ She does all things well.' Athletics: Girl Reserves. I-2- 35 Gusher Stall. 4: Peppy Peppers, 2-3-45 Gym Show, 1. Dehate Letter, 1-2-3-45 Editor of Gusher, 45 Junior Follies, 3: Girl Reserves, 1-25 Girls' Athletics, 1-45 National Hon- orary Society. 3-45 National Forensic. 2-3-45 National For. Pres.. 4: Quill and Scroll. 4: Allegro Club, 1-2-4: English Club. 3-4: Spanish Clnb, 3-4: French Club, l-25 A.K.A. l- 2-35 VVinner Kiwanis Debate, 2-35 Class Debate. 1: Lara- mie News Conference, 45 Ex- ecutive Council. THE 1932 GUSHER SENIOR BLUES Ihve got those Senior Blues 'Cause I hate to leafve this place. No more cutting classes: no more high school days. fue got to get myself a job, For to earn my bread and shoes. Is it any wonder why I'1:e got those Senior Blues? -Anonymous. SENIOR'S LAST TEST I. NIULTIPLE CHOICE. SCORE VALUE-AT LEAST FOUR RIGHT. In each of the following sentences select the group of words that concisely com- pletes the thought of each sentence. Place the corresponding number in the blank at the left of each sentence. l. Pearl's car is C11 something to ride in C21 a place to smoke cigarettes C31 where Porter and Pearl meet during lunch period. 2. Fred Ridle is admired by C11 Kate Crater C21 Patricia Gray C31 his teachers. 3. Bill Norland, Lucille Frost, Nolan Gering think Psychology class is C11 a place to sleep C21 a place to Write notes C31 a place to study everything else. 4. Gloria Hopkins is C11 temperamental C21 Greta Garbo C31 genius C41 editor of the annual. 5. Howard Angel spends all his time on Twelfth and Wolcott Streets C11 its near the armory C21 at the foot of the mountains C31 it's near home C41 because Barbara lives there. Qi X21 9 5lr,t.i.4it.4txtl 1,7 Bon man Bentley Ball MISS FERIS . MR. CORBETT Mcf'lt-nnan Martin THEvI932 GUSHER JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY What a class! It all began back in the "dark ages" when we were freshmen, three years ago, to be exact. The seniors recognized our incom- ing as a momentous occasion by entertaining the girls at a "Co-Ed" ball and calling a special assembly for the boys. Our officers the first year were: Carl Horstman, president, Eugene Pelton, vice-presidentg Bob Rose, secretary, and lllargaret Cather, treasurer. The officers of our illustrious class for the sophomore year were: Vernon Bentley, presidentg Nancy Trowe, vice-presidentg Joe Orr, sec- retary, and Walter Beyer, treasurer. Our president had become well known through his activities in debating, dramatics and oratory. Loran Riggins, who had begun to receive athletic "C"s in his freshman year, continued to receive them, and Carl Horstman began to star in football and basketball. Countless pages might be written extolling the greatness of our second year, but it is overshadowed by the spectacular activities that have been participated in this year by our class. VVe were under the capable leader- ship of Vernon Bentley, who was elected president of our class for a sec- ond timeg Betty Ball, vice-presidentg Charles Bowman, secretaryg Finley lN'IcClennan, treasurerg and Carl Horstman and lllargaret Cather as rep- resentatives to the executive council. Our unusual wisdom was evidence again when we chose llliss Frances Feris and lllr. R. G. Corbett as our sponsors. The presentation of the Junior Follies was so successful, it was necessary to have two performances. Although we realize that we have accomplished much in our three years at N. C. H. S., we are only waiting for next year to establish a record of achievement unapproachable by any other class. -By CHARLES BOWMAN. THE 1932 GUSHER Strnnilicrg XYright Keith Shumakei' Stewart Blakely M. Toman VVeirlner Huber Steinman lime-rline Ke-ar Link Gilmartin Nordlisnn M. Cather LaVells Payne Reed Ringle Mullins juurgensen Hart Martin Hinds Vesey Marinville E. 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Gm'1'1'll H1-llc" l':11'1' 1932 GVSHER Syvr-rswn Orr Frzmk Rustarcl Young lining liis Hansen Sullivan R. fiurrull llaly Gzu'lwei'g ,lack XYrigl1t lllorrisun Lansing Teasflale Ritzclnrf Brown jvnscn llnchnnnn Falmlwcll Donaldson Scherck Murphy Peltnn Smith H iggins Volker ll:-flstruni Szulfural Kremer Dunkin Swallow lleyer Fuller Vross Kirk Soriano Omllvr XYirth liver llnyrl Phelps llarinville Snodcly Dalton llumphrcy Yisuky VYilwn Millrr O'l'unnur Rcclliclxl l'ai'penter Austin Raclochvich Mapes NY:-ekly Korman Allcn THIS 195.2 Gl 'SIIER Ili-4-lu-n l.llt'lil'y Looney Iletyyylm-it Toinzni KWH Nlelira-:ivy XYup:ner Xlcfnsh Moore Sipes llydm- Stout .-'Xndu XX'oodwnrd Rogers Myer Holstein llZl1lQ.fllZl1'Kl Vurtis llipgum Anno!! Nlyenfvlfll Ny-ully Adznns lliggs llllIL1't'lll1f'lll1t'!' Baker Anon llownmu Nixon Tzoxu- llolsllnun 'Vomnn llilyi-Q lluusr' 'lim-niple Xlnrch june. .Xlln'ip,l1t llopkins liill Nllflllllll-'Ml could lend you ten dollars, hut lending only lwwllis friemlsl1ips." -lim xl1lUI'l"'AUxNVll1lf is you idea of :1 clever woman: one who can mer- the point of :1 joke?" l'fd l'rznt--"No, :i woman who can laugh at Il joke without Y seeing the point., H Harry S.-llarling, would you like to marry ll one-eyed man? Klildred ll.-4"Cei'tninly not." Hzu'ryA-"'l'hen let me take the umbrella." You know, when you consider the case seriously, it's just :ls well that hlushes creep, instead of run, over a g3irl's face. just think of :ill the dust they would kick up running. THE 1932 GUSHER JUNIOR FOLLIES The fifth annual Junior Follies was presented before a capacity house on both Friday, December llth, and lVIonday, December 14th, With the aid of eighty high school students and a local eleven-piece orchestra. This is the second year that the pop- ularity of the Follies has necessitated two performances. The scene in the first act Was a cabaret in New York which was raided and turned into a soda fountain for the last act. The many delightful skits, songs, and dances were Woven into these scenes as entertainment for the supposed patrons of the cabaret and soda parlor. Several original skits were presented. Among them were: "Just Girls"g "An Epilogue on Ten Nights in a Barroom COne Night in a Soda Fountainjng "Pa and Ma", "Laurel and Hardy", "The Wild and Painted Doll", and "Scotty and the Professor." Scotty and the Prof also appeared on a program of KDFN, the local broadcasting station. Among the many dancers appearing were Frances Heller, Dale Smith, Loyal Davis, Jeanne Trowe, and Harriet Heller. The music was presented by the "Sundodgers Orchestra," the high school orches- tra, and the boys' quartette. Arrangements were in charge of Miss Frances Feris and Mr. R. G. Corbett, sponsors of the Junior class. The presentation was directed by Warren Sauter, former dramatic star of Natrona County High School, and Frances Heller was in charge of the dancing. -By VERNON BENTLEY. 46? SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Urazick Quealy FIELDS BIGNELL Beach Henry Gorman THE 1932 GUSHER SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY By BIILDRED BEACH Our class of this year has been much more interesting than in our Freshman year with all its activities and interesting school work. VVe have accomplished many things since we first entered High School, and are going to keep doing so to the best of our abilities. Our class oflicers during our Freshman year were Billy Crater, president, Marjorie Turner, vice presidentg Martin Christian, secretary-treasurer: Alice Beal, Girls League repre- sentative. Our class sponsors were bliss lX'IcBride and bliss Big- nell. We averaged high then in "C" pins and have done even better this year. Two of our members who rank high in debating this year are h'Iax Campbell and llfarjorie Turner. We also have many athletes who are sure to bring honors to our school and class. Among these are Don Joslyn, Billy Crater, Howard Rissler and Joe Donovan, besides others. Our class sponsors for this year are Miss Fields and llliss Bignell, who helped us put over our pic- nic that was enjoyed by everyone. This year we have elected Ruck Drazick as our president: Lester Quealy, vice presidentg Beverly Gorman, treasurerg Billy Henry, sergeant at arms, and llflildred Beach, secretary. Our two representatives were Trula lilac Arnott, Girls' League Council, and Dick Schwartz, Executive Council representative. Our presi- dent is a most charming and popular person to know, she is enthusiastic over sports and partakes readily in all things. Besides having a place in debating and athletics, we have also placed in essay writing, among whom are lllarjorie Turner, Louisa Josendal, and Ruth Trevett. Don Allson was yell leader for our class again, as he also was during our Freshman year. Our Sophomore class has been one of the most outstanding since entering this school, and are going to progress much in the coming two years of our existence here. So watch us stand out in our future activities and school work. THE 1932 GUSHER SOPHOMORE CLASS v THE 1932 GIVSHER P. --1 S. Q Y 5 f YS cf ,,:'. R , X51 S1325 Y Q. M? , "Q - 11, . Q , ,U 1 ik N . l , Sovuomoms CLASS N THE 1932 GUSHER SGPHOMORES Adamson, Audrey Caldwell, Marietta Eckhardt, lilelvin Howard, Lois Adamson, Milton Campbell, Catherine Edelman, David Huggard, Nathalie Alkire, Tom Campbell, Max Engdahl, Helen Hufsmith, John Allsen, Don Canady, Bill Ewald, Mary Hurley, Catherine Anderson, Ted Carey, Zadak Ewing, Louise Anderson, William Casteldine, Ruth Evans, Robert Iserman, Virginia Antonivich, Ann Chapman, Wealthy Jabelrnan, Betty Armstrong, Russel . E 1 1. Foster' Leg h Jansen, Norbert Arnott, Trula lllae Chasufm' U a la . Oiferiu ua Johnson, Austin Axlund, Don Cheggglegggsxlne 01E.0iZ'ter eggs? Johnston, Alta Bailey Helen Claiisen, Dorothy Gallegos, Gilbert Jorifizegelgiid Bailey, Thorton Olklch, Dolores Gaston, Vernon J-ones, Raymond - Coltrane, Dick Gates, Charles Bailey, Walter 1 Al. G b Al. Ballard, Agnes C0 ver' 'Ce lgiflgian lifiem Jorgensen, Howard Barhaug, Syneve Cook, Donna Gilstga L dia Josendal, Louisa P Barry, Stuart C U hlan Maizie . '. hy K h Joslyn, Don Bartling, Norman Ocg - h 1 Gmgric , Cnnet Julian, Madeline Bass Loretta rggyt t E-H Gogdigan' Bw Mag 2 ra er, 1 ' Beach, Mildred Cryst, Hazel Eogggightfnlgaty Kennedy, Herbert Beattie' Betty Gorman Beverlv Kermay' Clarence Bell, Donald U Dalton, Jerry Gourlgyy Dora Kimball, Jeannette Beyer, Nlelvm Davidson, Tommy Gourley, Lewis Kenney, Mildred Bilek, Clifford Davis Genie G B Kimball, Russell v ray - Blanford, Donald Dewoody, Marvin Grass, Melvin Kmnaman, Byron Blflgwefi C3359 Digiegflg Betta? 1 Greenley, Eugene Kludy' Opal OYCC, 0. 0 iI1S, 3 Gingrich, Kenneth B0l?dil1aidiihaRtbsa1ie Dockham' Roscoe G1gfQEf'.GIE3 Knrifiiif 15:35 2' B ii, R b t Dodds, John u nc' a rBrienan? Winnifred Dodds, Kathleen Haines, VVilburn Lake, Ralph u Brenan, Bill Donovan, Joe Hansen, John Lambert, Sylvia Brggksv Clara Mae Dowler, Lester Hefferin, Margaret Landis, Madeline . Bryan, Justice Drazick, Ruby Herrington, Dale Laryestyn, llflarie Brummond. Virginia Dullaghan, Jack Holmes, Verne Lathrop, Mary i Buix, Charles Durham, Betty Lou Hopkins, Theda Lawrence, Barrie Burke, Fi-ank Dunlap, Jack Houghan, Gladys Lester, Nola SOPHOMGRES QContinuedj THE 1932 GUSHER Lilly, Calla Nesbitt, Allan Sanders, Thelma Stephens, Helen Lilly, Eugene Nelson, Frank Sandison, Charlotte Stewart, Allen Lloyd, Kathleen Nichols, Eunice Sanford, Gordon Stoner, Helen Lowe, Garland N ygard, Carl Sanford, Leonard Stromberg, James Sanford, Wayne Strong, Ben Mackin, Robert Park, Jane Sasso, Raymond Stuart, Bob Magar, Clyde Pattalochi, Bill Schulte, Jack Sullivan, Jay Mahoney, Martha Parelka, Walter Maloney, Leona Paulson, Hubert Seibken, Lucille Sullivan, Neil Markle, Betty Payne, Harland Shafer, Elroy Swanson, Stanley Matthews, Jacquiline Peck, Marydell Shepperson, James Schwartz, Dick Maxon, Wayne Penn, Evelyn Shields, Adele Simpson, Donald Taylor, Dorothy Lee McCash, Roy Perrett, Peggy Simpson, Dorothy Taylor, Phyllis McDermott, Margaret Propp, Bertha Sisk, Helen Talbert, Madelene lWcDonald, Jack Teakell, Weldon llIcDowell, Lennis Quealy, Walter Shoemaker, Carroll Temple, Catherine McGraugh, F erne Smith, Dorothy Thompson, Fred , McKee, Mary L. Racich, Helen Smith, Christine Tobin, Clifford lUcLean, Charlotte Rash, Darrell Smith, Mary Reed, Alice Smith, Robert Tobin, Robert lWcNamara, Arlene Rice, Verne Snoddy, Howard Trevett, Ruth Nfgchaley, Grace Riley, Eunice Truax, Jeanette Miller, Blanche Riley, Florence Solomon, George Turner, Marjorie Miller, Fred Rissler, Howard Solwald, Ganes Mills. Bill Soms, Iris Uncapher, Lucy Mae Mills, Jean Ristler, lllaxine Sparks, Jack Mills, Annabelle Rochelle, Margaret Specht, Esther Robertson, Bill Stanley, Freida Mills, William Moore, Edith Morgan, Edna Muir, Marion Robinson, Lois Starr, Don THE 1932 GUSHER Hoffhine Schwartz MR. JOHNSON MR. RFSSELL Price Moore VViIlis FRESHMAN CLASS HISTGRY On September 7, 1931, approximately one hundred and fifty freshmen entered high school. About a week later We had a meeting and elected of- ficers. They were as follows: Tom Hoffhine, presidentg Ted Neuman, vice-presidentg Junior Willis, secretary, lVlary Louise Schwartz, treasurer, Jeannette Kimball, Executive Council representative and Dorothy Camp- bell, Girls' League Council representative. Our sponsors were V. Y. Russell and O. W. Johnson. Shirley Donovan and Patricia Jacobson are the freshmen debaters. It has been the custom in the past, to initiate the freshmen by having them whitewash the "Cf This year, with the help of the T. N. T., they took up a collection and erected a cement UC." The freshmen have one outstanding athlete, Junior Willis, who won a letter for having played on the school basketball team. They also had four scrubs on the football team and three on the basketball team. The freshman girls were entertained at two Co-ed Balls by the senior girls. One was given for the mid-year freshmen. We could say more but we do not wish to show the juniors and seniors up. By TOM HOFFHINE and LoLA BROWN. IW Grsf FRIQSHMAN CLASS THE 1932 GUSHER Adams, Lola Adamson, Maxwell Adoue, Dorothy Adoue, Jennie Lee Ainsley, Ray Anderson, Helen Armagost, Jean Armstrong, Vivian Babcock, Clifford Backman, Teddy Bailey, Don Baker, Donald Baker, Florence Barnes, Thomas Barnet, Marguerite Barton, Tiny Beasley, Vera Beaton, lklary Bentley, John Berquist, Alta Berry, lVIargaret Boln, VVilmar Bowman, lVIargaret Bradas, Mary Brey, Delmar Brown, Lola Brutch, Alvin Bryne, Katherine Buch, Joe Buchanan, Chester Bunker, Beuna Burd, Henry Burd, Mabel Burke, Joe Burns, Wyoma Butler, Helen Bybee, Harry Byler, Floyd Campbell, Charlotte Campbell, Dorothy Campbell, Mildred Caraday, Tobert Carter, Edna Carter, Naomi Carter, Nova Cassel, Wanda Chapman, Bruce Chidley, Catherine Churchwell, Morris Clarke, Lois Coats, Mary Ella Conner, Vernon Cook, Harley Cordova, Della Cotton. Dorothy Coughlan, Clem Croley, Catherine Cranston, Wallace Critchfield, Dorothy Cummings, Paul Dahline, llflarguerite Dailey, Lyola Davidson, Ralph Davies, Hazel Davis. Hazel Dav, Donna Delagaruo, Connie DePlenty, Wilma Dilso, Anna Donahue, Archie Donohue, Nona FRESHMEN Donovan, Dorothy Donovan, Shirley Dorius, Noah Drenckhahn, Bernard Dubbs, Emerson Dunn, Joe Dunnigan, Lovis Edydmon, Raymond Eis, Marguerite Elston, Robert Emmel, Billy Erickson, Evelyn Eshelman, Hattie Evans, Don Evans, Marlyn Evans, Richard Evans, Wilson Evers, Pauline Fisher, Earl Findley, Gerald Fletcher, Dorothy Flower, Mae Ford, Verba Fortenberry, Billy Foss, Glayds Mae Frandson, James Frank, Dorothy Frank, Robert ' Frost, Lynn Galbraith, Wilma Gallagher, Nellie Garrett, Laban Gill, Jessie Gilmartin, Kenneth Goble, Florence Goff, Wilma Goodey, Elwood Gorsline, Robert Gourley, Cecile Grange, George Graves, Fern Gray, Mildred Greenley, Ruth Grey, Harold Green, Jean Gremel, Ernest Grieve, James Grosscoff, Gerhart Haass, John Haines, Elmer Haines, Mary Hawkins, Jimmy Head, Loraine Hemmingway, Ann Hendricks. James Hendry, Helen Hendry, Jean Herbert. Hazel Lois Herd. Frances Hershey, Maxine Higgins, George Higgins, lVIartha Hill, lVIargaret Hill. Sylvester Hill. VVilma Hildebrand, Hazel Hills, Florence Hills. Glenn H offhine. Tom Hooley, Frances House, Betty Howard, Betty Hudson, Billy Huff, Virginia Huls, Dale Humes, Raymond Hunter, Bruce Hunter, Harold Hurley, John Jacobson, Patricia Jaikowsky, Charlotte James, Mavis Jensen, Howard Johnson, Thelma Jones, Clara Jones, Margaret Jopp, Marian Joslyn, Lowell Kalber, Louise Kaper, Pauline Kelly, Cyril Keller, Frances Kelley, Marjorie Kelley, Warren Kellogg, Harold Kemp, Ridgley Kennedy, Walter Kidd, Clare Kilgore, Loma King, Charles Kinnison, Dan Kocher, Lois Korman, John Lang, Ethel LaNove, Josephine Layman,K eith Lemley, Harold Leighton, James Leonard, Adelyne Lewis, Hubert Lewis, Swaim Lewis, Zebulan Lilly, Thelma Lindenmeyer, William Lindsay, Charles Link, Lendell Logan, Bertha Looney, Wesley Losey, Virginia Luckey, Marian Lummis, Helen Lytle, Jack Magee, Raymond Maki, Elmer Markwood, Mary M. McCann, Virginia McCarthy, Joe McCarthy, Ladora McCoy, Charles McCord, Martha McClune, John McDonald, Elizabeth McFarland, Sherman McKenzie, Helen McKinnon, Kathryn McNah, Raymond Meek, LeRoy lllendenhall, Darlene Meigs, Gala Metz, Ruth Meyenfeldt, Elsie Meyer, Meredith Miller, Evelyn Miller, Ralph Mills, Alice Ann Mills, George Mitchell, Edwin Mitchell, Gordon Mitchell, Loraine Mitchell, Robert Moore, Bill Moore, Donald Moore, Jean Mudge, Clover Mudge, Jack Nesbitt, Gibson Newman, Ted Newman, Betty Nichols, Brooks Nichols, Marjorie North, Keith Nunn, Paul Oberg, Harry Oberg, Helen Oler, Helen Ormsby, Jeannette Osborn, James Palmer, Catherine Park, Betty Parker, Tom Parmenter. Elaine FRESHMEN-CContinuedJ Patchen, Katherine Pattillo, Lois Pattendorff, Effie Paulson, Vernon Payn, Bill Payn, Margaret Perdue, Elmer Peterson, Louise Plager, Edmund Potter, Barbara Pratt, Norman Price, Bob Price, Margaret Propp, Clara Propp, Elizabeth Pucket, Betty Lou Rainbow, Helen Ramage, Mary Reasoner, Raymond Redburn, Hallie Reed, Cliliord Rees, Robert Reynolds, Betty Reynolds, Pauline Rhodel, LeeVern Richards, Kenneth Rochelle, Jean Rogers, Don Romine, Clark Rowlands, Dick Rutherford, Josephine Santo, Dan Sarvey, Ruth Sasso, Nlaxine Schreck, Elmer Schulte, Billy Schwartz, Cuyler Schwartz, Mary L. Sedar, Pete Shaw, Nadine Sheppard, Neil Siebel, Clara Sisk, Ruth Smith, Lucille Smith, Stephen Smith, Wilson Spicer, Marjorie Sprittles, Geraldine Steed, Russell Stephens, Bill Stettle, Mudge Stout, Carl Sutherland, Catherine Suyematsu, Toshiro Swallow, Wilma Syverson, Dolores Tangney, Julian Taylor, Barvin Taylor, Virginia Thomas, Johnny Thompson, Earl Thompson, Vera Todd, Lloyd Trample, Myra Trollope, Harry Trollope, Ruth Trover, Blossom T rover, Frances Trowe, Bob THE 1932 GUSHER Twax, Olive Vesey, Mary Vetter, Blanche Visolcy, Dorothy Vitek, Frances Vitek, Ruby Vodnal, Olga Waldron, Leroy Walker, Thad Wallace, Grant Wallace, Reba Washenfelder, Lydia Weidner, Mary Weller, Iris Wells, Dorothy Wertenberger, Betty Whalen, Patricia Whitman, Virgil Whitney, Kathryn Williams, Alta Williams, Ed Williams, Wanda Willis, Junor Wilson, Harold Wiley, Harold Wirth, Elsie Wirth, Minnie Worth, Paul Worth, William Wright, Evelyn Wright, Frank THE 193.2 GUSHER Bunn V.. Johnson Anderson Williams Fantlin Anderson Dickinson Burns Schmidt F055 Johnson . COLLINS Holliday ,, PYICC U Farmer X liek Smith Bott B Brown Garberg Hendricks Evans VVoodI-IIE rennan Gorrell Churchlll Reasoner Anderson NQRMAL TRAINING Sponsor-lUlSS COLLINS OFFICERS President - EDNA GORRIZLI. Vice President - ----- BETTY BOTT Seeremry-Treasurer - RIARY K. Foss, RIELISSA DICKINSON The Normal Training Club was organized during the fall for the school year 1931-1932 for tlIe purpose of giving social contact to the girls enrolled in the Normal Training Department of the Natrona County High School. The club featured monthly business meetings aIId social gatherings each six weeks. Some of the social activities planned at the beginning of the year included a lylothers' Hallowe'en Party, a Christmas Party, Valentine's Party, St. Patrick's Party, and a lllay Picnic. Guests were entertained on several occasions. Special teaching experience was gained in the Casper school system, in Evansville, lllills, and rural schools of Natrona County. In 1931 and 12 YVe have been very wise, Our Wisdom always keeps us to The goal before our eyes. YVyoming schools are calling us To teach each girl and boy VVe are prepared to answer thus: "lX'lodern lklethods We employ." THE 1932 GUSHER NORMAL TRAINING CLASS Teacher lAnn Brennanl: You must not fight, boys. Haven't you been taught to love your enemies? Pupil: Aw, he's not my enemyg he's my brother. . Carol Reasoner: WVhat do you know about cows? You don't know what kind that one over there is. Edna Woodruff: I don't know from here because I can't see its license. ,..i......-...1l1- Mary Kathryn Foss: Why is Doris Schmidt disappointed? Betty Bott: She wrote for a Congressional Record. M. K. F.: Well? Betty Bott: She thought it was something she could play on her phonograph. Odella Anderson fafter friends tiffj: Of course you speak to Dorothy Evans when you pass her on the street. Harriet Price: Indeed I do not! I don't even notice what she has on. Agnes Hendricks: What was your mother's name before her marriage? Garnet Anderson: It must have been Gladstone: that's the name on all our towels. Miss Collins: Yes, Edna, "amo" is the Latin word meaning "love," Now what word suggests its opposite. Edna Gorrell: Reno. Cora Burns: Those girls, lllelissa and Evelyn, are alike. Are they twins? Stayton Holliday: No relation. They patronize the same beauty parlor. Ti.. Patricia Williams Qviewmg Venus de lylilol : One thing those old Greeks had on us: when they talked disarmament they dis- armed. Mrs. Johnson: So Ella is lazy? . Mrs. Bunn: Lazy? Why this morning I caught her putting popcorn in the pancakes to make them turn over themselves. THE IQ32 GUSHER NGRMAL TRAINING JUST IMAGINE GARNET ANDERSON-Knowing what it is all about. ODELLA ANDERSON-Falling in love. ANN BRENNAN-Without blushing. BETTY BOT-Not raising her eyebrows. ELLA BUNN--After she reduces. CORA BURNS-Not giggling. HELEN BROWN-Not getting what she wants. GRACE CHURCHWELL-Without an argument. BEATRICE CANTLIN-Not having a good time. MELISSA DICKINSON-Not flinging sarcasm. GERTRUDE EVANS-Discouraged with life. IYIARY KATHRYN FOSS-As satisfied. LILLIAN FARMER--OH stilts. EVELYN GAREERG-Acting her age. STAYTON HOLLIDAY-Being snobbish. AGNES H ENDRICKS-Being noisy. HAZEL JOHNSON-Without a dimple. HARRIET PRICE-Calm and quiet. CAROL REASONER-In a hurry. DORIS SCH MIDT-Wlth0Ut her poise. CLAIRE SMITH-With a deep bass voice. VIRGINIA VITEK-Without a Ford. PATRICIA WILLIAMS-Getting excited. EDNA VVOODBUEE-Without advice. VALINIA JOHNSON-In licorice barrel. EDNA GORRELL-Shy as a violet. MISS COLLINS-As a quitter. WHY DOES GARN ET ANDERSON-Like to pinch people? ODELLA ANDERSON-Make so much candy? ANN BRENNAN-Like serenades? BETTY BOT-Take such an interest in Uarti' lately? ELLA BUNN-Know so many cowboy ballads? CORA BURNS-VVink all the time? HELEN BROWN-DZHCC the light fantastic toe? GRACE CHURCI-IWELL-Order milk from the Modern Dairy? BEATRICE CANTLIN-COHSidCf hiking to Waltman? lVIELISSA DICKINSON-KDOW so much poetry? GERTRUDE EVANS-Like to play pump-pump-pull-away? MARY KATHRYN FOSS-Look so ufraileyu? LILLIAN FARM ER-Dislike "spit devils"? EVELYN GARBERG-F all over "cliffs"? EDNA GORRELL-"Bake and bake"? STAYTON HOLLIDAY-Rollerskate? AGNES H ENDRICKS-COUHY to "26"? HAZEL JOHNSONQ-Like to hide things? VALMA JOHNSON-Pick on short fellovvs? HARRIET PRICE-Jump at conclusions? CAROL REASONER-Like to chew P. K. gum? DORIS SCHMIDT'-Like to go to "Boston"? CLAIRE SMITH-Dislike prize Waltzes? VIRGINIA VITEK-"Like "windy" days? PATRICIA WILLIABIS-CHIC for "homes"? EDNA VVOODRUFF-Like green coupes? MISS COLLINS-Stutter? X11 ' , ff! if Iyf-ffllrlff f THE 1932 GUSHER s Q e K 1 X. ss ,, iff, COACH ALVA E. STRAVV Coach Straw came to Casper last year. He was met enthusiastically by every student and faculty member of this school. lllr. Straw came here from Livingston, lllontana, where he was head coach at the Park County High School. Coach Straw first opened the season by the call for all football material possible. ln the first week, sixty-five boys were in suits ready for instructions. We can now see why our coach is such a good instructor in our three major sports. VVhile taking his coaching course at the University of lllontana, he was under the supervision of Head Coach Bernie Berman, who is now coaching at Tulane. Coach Straw has made a great step in succeeding in putting K'Athletics on its feet." With the fine equipment and field he has turned out a very Hne football team. Another Hne piece of work which Coach Straw accomplished was the State Basketball Tournament. He worked day and night to help to have the Tournament in Casper. Coach Straw is a man of ability and courage. He has been a main cog in our school, not only in athletics, but also club activities. We hope Coach Straw success in his work and teams next year. TI-IE 1932 GUSHER . .. . Q, . M. L , . X . 1 ,. . x .. .s xx ini? L. K A nm ' as ,, 3.,M?Qg" -ifffiif. fm afviiflizif f- -1-1'.XQ'fln 2' Q i . 1 K 1 1 . W .S-Ms: 1-if 1 ' if 'C "2" yu .""?:- ii s ALBRIGIIT DAVIS MACKIN l'l'I.Vl'2R IIORSTMAN JOSLYN HYDE NORTH THE 1932 GUSHER GERING ROSE MORRISON STANFORD RISSLER BYFHER RIGGINS 136' THIS 1932 GUSHLR x ,w vw 0 J Q . 'l Sir i xi? i ...Q www FX X fi? giwgv, fms.f?w S ' fsgfgfgiggf, gqkig S X WH? S ' f Qixexiwqi- wif nip..-,--s-NX, an J. ANGEL COOK MOORE SVIINYARTZ SEDAR BEYER G. MOORF THE 1932 GUSHER FGOTBALL SQUAD DoN JOSLYN, Substitute-Sophomore. Weight 160 pounds. Don played a consistent game at end. He was a fine replacement for the squad. This boy will be a regular next year. Keep up the good work, Don. HOWARD RISSELER, Substitute-Sophomore. Weight 140 pounds. Howard, better known as "Riss," has the makeup of a real ball player. We expect a lot from you, fella'. Howard has two more years. HARRY SCHWARTZ, Substitute-Senior. Weight 138 pounds. Harry, better known as 8-9-6, plays a fine game of ball. We will miss you next year. BOB MAKEN, Substitute-Junior. Weight 135 pounds. Bob played a fighting game at all times. We expect a lot from him. GENE MooRE, Subsfitute-Sophomore. Weight 185 pounds. A mammoth fellow, this Gene. He was a whole line in himself. Gene plays a snappy game of ball. He has two more seasons. ARTHUR HYDE, Substitute-Senior. Weight 145 pounds. Hyde was a consistent man in the line. With his charging and blocking, he alone strengthened our line to a large extent. Sorry to see you leave, old boy. Q ROBERT ROSE, Manager-Senior. VVeight 135 pounds. Bob hasn't played any football, but he has played many mental games all his own. Bob is eflicient and a good doctor. It will take an all-round boy to fill the order left by R. R. FRED JONES, Substitute-Sophomore. VVeight 130 pounds. Fred was very eflicient on the line. His position was end. This he filled very efficiently. He will be back. ScoTTY MORRISON, 168 pounds, Junior-Tackle. Scotty played a brilliant game at tackle position this year. He was in every play, breaking up interference, and taking his assignment with a smile. Scotty will be back with us again next year, so keep your eye on him. VERNON CARRIER, 160 pounds, Junior-End. "Dutch" was our ten-second man when it came to getting down under a punt. He also played a high string game of ball by his ability to receive passes. We will miss Dutch 3 he has gone back to Livingston, lllontana, where he will take his old position back as end. WILLIAM GUTHRIE, 180 pounds, Senior-Manager. Bill was our head man when it came to taking care of the locker rooms, or seeing that the visiting team was taken care of. Bill is a senior, and we wish him luck wherever he may go. 195: Gl'Sl i,,. FQ w. 'x E S s x gx sg Aif N. C. H. S. Nrcw 575,000.00 Gvx1N.Axsll'M THE 1932 GUSHER FOOTBALL SQUAD QContinuedj PORTER DAv1s-Senior. VVeight 142 pounds. Davis was a hard-hitting quarter- back. His "old head work" was the power of a lot of vic- tories. Davis, better known as "Po," won't be back next year. It will take a good man to fill his shoes. LORAN Rrccms-junior. Weight 165 pounds. Riggins was a power house all him- self. This boy has another year and the fans are looking for- ward to a lot of smart football from "Rig." MIKE SEDAR-Junior. Weight 150 pounds. Howard put a lot of boys down that never got up again. Howard's work at blocking and snagging passes helped to tally many scores for the lklustangs. Sorry to see you leave us, "How." JIM lVIO0RE-Senior. VVeight 190 pounds. "Big Jim," the boy with the edu- cated toe. Jim played heads-up ball. He will be a hard man to replace. DoN BUCHER-Senior. Weight 150 pounds. Don, the mountain of strength and nerve. When this boy hit his opponent he stayed hit. Don is a natural ball carrier. The boy who takes his place will have a lot of hard work to 'do. NOLAN GERING-Senior. Weight 170 pounds. Gering was our old stand-by. He could put a hole in any line. We will miss you, fella'. STANFORD SANFORD-Junior. Weight 160 pounds. "Stan" was a fast-moving guard, fine interference man and tackler. "Stan" will be back with us again next season. MILLARD NORTH, "Captain Elect"-Junior. VVeight 148 pounds. North was a rangy man when it came to breaking up interference, and breaking up a line play. A lot of good work is expected from you. Let's have it. CARL HORSTMAN-Junior. VVeight 165 pounds. Carl played a consistent game of guard. Always at the right place at the right time. He will be out again next season. BILLIE ALBRIGHT-Junior. VV eight 140 pounds. Bill has the old head on him to take care of any team in a tight pinch. Bill played a wonderful game as half back. We expect a lot from this boy next year. WALTER BYER, Substitute-Junior. Weight 150 pounds. A fast man in a football suit. He can block, run interference like a veteran. He has one more year. T11 If 1932 GFS! IHR ,1-1 V , V' 'via-YI' N I .4 INN, W 'iw ' W' kkksxy' Q N W , , l,,,,., .L . L, 1 f 4 ffl., A ,-fu, wi- Aki? 2 .1 ml-,A--1, , CMU !fg:glgK4,..i,.,-H V, 32512,5.ffgggg ,,fV,,gf f W- . . t .Q gtg k ',,j ':. ,. ' ,H ' K ' 'ini 5 ,im . f-Vfwillx. uw'ffg2H,.' , Y , f . i ., K 1.1 f!',,I-,vw , ,Lal g 5,1 K ,fb v 1 - 'ww E A L ,3.M..1i,iV , I - - b QF ,- A N wa ",,'4 4. - .f ,. 5 .wi-dz, . 15-su' X Ulf ' fu - , . A k - .gggq Km' H M If IA Al t 3 A 'A V 1 ,fggwlg , v ' cy T x X -wp I , I i K E ,,JE,:5jl:X.,.t K lx - : ' , ,-M Kwx X' N , Q 0 .. X v ' X , .X r 5 iii gym E f ik' ffff -f 1 X Q J' ' xr - N1 . . . ix ' 1 K Si I 1 1 , tx! 1 lay . L T i 1,1 5 J .silly 1-- - ,5 .,'.NW'gv if g g., 15 .1 sg: lk 'gyn,t,t2ggx,f. J' ,Hi Ogytx. 15' A 1 X: 'Q wr . X is a x U , y , ' gif Q I ' .44 , K wha, Mi! Q- , 'mix' X n','2:1,ri'n1 ,V ' mwbfiffafe 4 7, 51 M A ww -z Q V - 'V 9 5? lf. 1 i'H 11? ' 1 Hu. '4 ITV: .L , A M ' ' jf' s it ,, . M if ' ' -4 9 , vii ' lull 0' KM 1 nj . 5',1.-.V , a'g .',l.,1..4 I K VA A 7: i .NKJV V X x -' ,rf ,, 5 ,,e , 'm wg, X -1 -,. ' .. N ' STRANY ALHRIGIIT DAVIS IGGIXQ R S ANGEL HORSTMAN THE 1932 GUSHER ROCHELLE SCHERCK WHLLIS RIDLE ROSE JOSLYN THE 1932 GUSHER T111-xcig-1931 The track season last year was very successful. The dual meet which was held at lllidwest was won by Casper. The track team, composed of ten men, went to the State llleet at Douglas. There we placed fourth, which was a very good record, be- cause of the competition which was met there. Coach lllickelwait and llfr. Candelaria deserve much credit for the season's fine results. TRACK TEAM Davis, Riggins, Teasdale, Preble, Moore, Albert, Woodward, Smith, Johnson, Loggy, Lindstrom, and lllanager Pickens. THE 1932 GUSHER BASKETBALL PORTER DAVIS, 140 Pounds, Senior--Forward. Davis played his last season of basketball for the school. He was a very good shot, and he also played a fine defensive game. Davis always had at least one or two baskets in the old bag for emergencies, such as in the Douglas Tournament. "Po" won't be back to play on the half-acre floor again. VVe will miss him lots. LORAN Rlccms, 165 Pounds, Junior--Guard. "Rig," our All State, played brilliant ball this season. He was another who had his baskets hidden away until the op- portune time came for them to be used. Riggins was out- standing in his work both offense and defense. VVe hope he repeats his wonderful playing again next year. RODNEY Rocx-1 ELLE, 168 Pounds, Junior-Forward. "Rod" was everything in himself, a fine center, accurate passer, good shot, and above all a cool player. Rodney very seldom missed a tip or tip in shot. VVe will miss this old boy next year. BILLIE ALBRIGHT, 132 Pounds, Junior-Forward. Billie was our ball russlerg he was every place on the Hoor that the ball was. Billie was a wonderful shot and a very clever dribbler. We will see lots of mighty fine work from this boy next year. Good luck, "fella," CARL HORSTMAN, 168 Pounds, junior-Forward. Carl was the old standby both on offensive and defensive play. He was a wonderful shot and a very accurate passer. Carl will be back with us again next season. HOWARD ANGEL, 145 Pounds, Senior-Guard. Angel came through with a fine record, he was outstand- ing in his work. This was Angel's first year as a regular and he certainly made us all proud of him. Sorry to lose you, old man. BUELL SCHERCK, 160 Pounds, Junior-Center. Scherck was our reserve at center position. He was a very dependable man. His experience this year was a great help to him and we expect a lot from him during his Senior year. JUNIOR WILLIS, 130 Pounds, Freshman-Guard. This was Junior's first year on the squad, he received a lot of experience at guard position. Willis will be back with us next year. Keep up the good work! BOB ROSE, 130 pounds, Senior-Manager. Bob, the doctorg he has not only doctored our bruises and floor burns, but he has also doctored our feeling by keeping us in good humor, win or lose. Bob was the brains of our team. TIIE 1932 GUSIIER ss . kk ' xxx: , . U, lr ri ' 1 ' ' X HH if' V , -5. lil A i w ,Lv- . , " , ., ,Q..4.4...,. , .,... ei i l S s - st .QMS sfsss,.-tN.+,..f.x , . ..i....s..,. S- wsif ., lfiucn RIDLIC, L35 Pounds, Senior-Forward. H A S Kli'I'BAL1, 4C0nti1111ecl5 DON JOSLYN, 160 Pounds, Sophmnore-Guard. l 1 food fame and shows a great promise This is l"recl's last year with the team. His ability to hit Joslyn p ayec a 5, 3, for his next two yeats on the team. the hasket was a great help to the team. THE 1932 GUSHER , CHEER LEADERS Part of the honor which is yearly bestowed upon the Mustangs is not theirs alone. There are four others who constantly urge the anaemics and dead ones who refused to be-aroused otherwise of the importance of the unceasing energy put forth by the fighting lVIustangs for the glory of N. C. H. S. The work of these four yell leaders seems endless, yet their accomplishments are unmeasurable. At every football and basketball game you can always see Tommy Shoemaker with his loyal assistants, Emma Jean lvfyer, Norman Johnson and Don Allison, en- couraging the teams with their endless pep and enthusiasm. To them N. C. H. S. owes a great deal. Tllli 193: Gl'S1I1iR it 0 . 3 1 kathy? . ' - 2.rx ' . Afd 3 - The Soccev' Cknwnvxowg. 3 N 9 5 ' nfhru M . . " Q-V3 ' fx 5 4 ownov Teoorvx for N 3' 113 ' 4I'udIQ Baskei Blu 4' Hovxov Te ua-vw, fav' SOCCCY' w 5 Baskejcbvm CL-wmvs CEIRLS' A'r111.1c1'Ics THE 1932 GUSHER GIRLS' ATHLETICS The girls sports have been very successful this year. The Soccer Tournament was won by the Sophomores when they defeated the Seniors 2 to 1. ln tennis so far only the fundamentals have been covered. There will be a tourna- ment the latter part of the year. Basketball, one of the most popular sports, was won by the Seniors for the third time. When the present Seniors were Sophomores they defeated the Seniors 20 to 21. The champion team was composed of: Forwards-Violet Bachelor. lllarguerite Carrigher, and Frances Reasoner. Guards-lVIatilda Racich, Agnes McTavish, Edna Campbell and Jeane Smith. Substitutes-Thelma Guthrie and Eleanor Barhaug. An honor team was chosen to play the Alumni. The team consists of: F orwards- Dorothy Frank, Marguerite Carragher, Frances Reasoner. Guards-lllatilda Racich, Agnes McTavish, Edna Campbell, Jeane Smith. Volley .ball is well underway in preparation for the Tournament which will soon take place. There are 436 girls taking swimming this year. The results have been very satis- factory and a great improvement has been made since last year. Interest in Life Saving is manifested by the large group taking instructions out- side of school hours. In a few years every girl will be a swimmer and every swimmer a life saver. Miss Skarra, whom everybody knows, has been as capable this year as in years before. lVIiss Rohrer, who has filled the vacancy left by Miss Gammell, was "shipped" from Midwest' this year. She has proved to be very popular. The girls of the school are fortunate to have such splendid sponsors in girls' athletics. -BY JEANE SMITH. 2 Jr I-T .I- Z' Sly URBAN ...-r She THE 1932 GUSHER .5-f 3,5 A PEPPY PEPPERS Sponsor-Bliss CATH ERINE SNOW Prmidenz - LENA WYATT Vice President THELMA GUTHRIE The Peppy Peppers is an organization first created three years ago as a girl's pep club. At that time the membership totaled ten. Last year that number grew to twenty-one and this year thirty-eight girls were admitted into the activities of the club. Membership in the club is decided upon by the popular vote of the membership of the club upon girls who have shown a desire to become active members, and who have in some wav shown a spirit f . o cooperation and pep in their other activities. No limitations are made. Business meetings were held every other week, or special meetings were held at the pres1dent's notice. Secretary-Treasurer - - JUNE STROMBERG, ETTA GUTHRIE Official club sweaters were chosen at the beginning of the year. They were chosen as a solid orange with the black felt letters "PEP" across the front. The club attended all football and basketball games of the school, and helped in any way possible to bring up school standards. It was decided not to limit the club, as previously, to a pep or- ganization, but to combine that end with social activities as well. Following this decision the club sponsored a bunco partv a s i f V , .er es o bridge parties, a dance, a box social, a dinner and a picnic. LENA WYATT. r v f Q. in Campbell M. father Holliday Edgertonn H Miller E. Cather C 01' i Burkett DIGGS 100348 Matthews Puckett Q Smith 1 Sanford I anner Marinville l'f-'SFCC Buix Hammond Howe THE 193.2 GUSHER FR IQNCH CLUB Sponsor-lliss SALLY Dloos O FF I C I2 RS Previdenf ---- NANCY HOLIDAY Srfrrzftzzry C H.-XRLOTTE B URKETT Trmxzmfr - DORIS I IILLER Membership in the French Club is open to all students who are studying or have studied French. The aim of the club is to create an interest in the French people and their language through a study of certain phases of the civilization for which there is not time in class. hleeting are held once a month. Some meetings are purely for busi- ness, others are followed by a program, refreshments, and a social hour. hleetings this year have been held in Klrs. iXIcIntyre's room. Several guests have helped to entertain us during 1931-1932. Bobby Brand and Carl VVidener gave us an exceptionally good time with their musicg Bill Holliday and Beth Hene have played for usg and Charlene Hanway gave a tap dance at the January meeting. In February, the club met for dinner at the Townsend Hotel, and several guests joined later for dancing. The club hopes to have a bigger and better club next year, due to the fact that the Freshman French class is an exceptionally enter- prising one, but this year's club has been very active and well carried out the purpose and the standards upon which the club has been built. THE 1932 GUSHER in-sl -Z: :', h ,: zll: x ,t :3 .::- 3 1-: ,V ,.., .V I 1- PETTIGREXY HlMliBAl'llH Rosc Anon Helhurg Rlcfaun XYinter Dec-gun Rc-asoncr Rl artiu llupkium Billglhillll Smith Bentley Allen Beattie l':n11p1xell Kluckscim Mmm 1 THE I932 GUSHER THE GUSHER Editor-in-Chief - - SARAH MCCANN Associate Editor FLORENCE HELBERG Sports Editors ------- - MARVIN KADLICK, VERNON BENTLEY, EDNA CAMPBELL Exchange Editor ----- FRANCES REASONER News Editor - - - - MARGARET WINTER Feature Editors - - - MILDRED ANON, JACK MANN Column Editors ----- - - - - - HELEN SMITH, GLORIA HOPKINS, Bon RosE Business Manager ----- JOE BINGHAM Typists - - - Dotus LUCKEY, JUNE DECKER Circulation .Manager ---- - VAILE SMITH Assistant Circulation lllanagers - - - - - - - DoN Buci-IER, TED CARLISLE, CARL SOMERS Reporters and Feature W riters-Mary Jane Beattie, Lois Klock- seim, Everett Allan, Nancy Holliday, Helen Cormier, Joe Albert, Howard Angel, Eleanor Barhaug, Helen Brown, Helen Crozier, Porter Davis, Donald Deegan, Anna Mae Fuller, Hazel Garberg, Mason Henry, Louise Jensen, Mary Jane Keith, Thelma Koch, Ruth Koch, Ruth lVlcFarland, George McGrath, Frances lllc- Rorey, Eva Mosteller, Bob Patterson, Frank Payne, Melvin Rey- nolds, Virginia Sanford, Maurice Simpson, Dona Mae Snoddy, James Speck, Mary Louise Reed, William Bunnell, Lucille Frost, Winifred Stuart, Edna Dudley, Pearl King, Berrie Bond, William Mack, Catherine Crater, Pearl Michael, Lillian Kelley, Stayton Holliday, Lois Horsch, Dick Bustard and Jean Hendry. The Hrst paper to be published in Natrona County High School was The Thunderbolt back in 1900. The Junior class, sponsored by Miss Dolly Hagen and Miss Nell Jones, began to publish The hffhirlwind in 1923, with Phillip Edwards as editor. The Spanish department, in 1924, took charge of the paper, called it the llflonsajaro, and started printing it in Spanish. As it was diilicult to get subscriptions, the staff translated the name to Mes- senger and printed the paper in English. This newspaper was dis- continued in 1925, when a contest was begun to find a suitable title for a school publication. The Gusher we have today first went to press the second semester of 1927-1928 with Frank Mann as editor, and Mr. Danis, who is now principal, and Mr. Anderson as sponsors. With Miss Marguerite Jones and Mr. Newman in charge the following year, and Miss Sally Anderson and Mr. Duke Hime- baugh as sponsors for three years, the policy plan of the paper continued. This year, with Sarah McCann as editor, The Gusher won first place in the state at the newspaper conference held at Laramie. Many favorable comments and letters congratulating the staff on a successful and entertaining school paper have been received. Miss Ruth Pettigrew directs the editorial staff, and Mr. Duke Hime- baugh continues as business sponsor. By SARAH MCCANN. THE 1932 GUSHER Left to Right! Top row: John- son, Ruth Trevett. Turner, 0'C'onncr. Sullivan, Parls, josentlal, llryne, Edelman. Second row: Gorman, Urazick, Mahoney. Lathrop, julian. Tolwin, Ewald. Riley. llonovau, Beal. Third row:Gaston, Larson, Mc- Bride. Beach, Frank. Goldtrap, Dur- ham. Fourth row: Nichols, Burgess, Arnott, Mullins. if father, Nl. Cather. THE LATIN CLUB Sponsors-Miss RUBY RTCBRIDE AND Mas. BEN BEACH President - - - ESTHER LARSON Vice Prexidenz - - DOROTHY FRANK Secretary and Treasurer - - - VERNON GASTON The Latin Club is organized each year for the purpose of giv- ing the students of Latin in our school a chance to become better acquainted with the Latin language and the traditions and cus- toms of the ancient Roman people about whom the course is based. The club is limited to thirty-five members and consists of Cfesar and Virgil students who have attained an average in the upper twenty-five per cent of their class, and other Latin students re- ceiving an average in the upper ten per cent, and who have re- ceived the vote of the members of the club. The club pin is the large letter "Cu mounted on a bundle of fasces and an olive branch. The club holds regular meetings on the last Thursday of each month where programs consisting of talks, plays, reviews and games are presented. In addition to the regular activities they conducted a successful popcorn sale at one of the school basketball games and operated a make-up booth at the Band Carnival. llluch of the success of the club during the past year was due to the efforts of its sponsors, lVIiss lVIcBride and lllrs. Beach, both Latin teachers, and to their cooperation with the club as a whole. -WINIFRED GOLDTRAP. A. K. A. S,'mn.wr--Miss Bizumii Bavmsss OFFICERS I're.viflmt - - BIARY JANE BISATY Vive Prexizlrnr - - ROBIZRTA MAHQS Sw.-Trms. - H HNRY FRANK, RUTH A1.Kuz1s The Alpha Kappa Alpha llramatics Club of the Natrona County High School was or- ganized in 1929. lt grew from what was or- iginally the K. A. K., which was organized in 1025 for the purpose of promoting an addi- tional interest in dramatic work. The three words, Alpha Kappa Alpha mean, "Truth and Beauty." A new constitution was drawn up at the be- ginning of this school year, with several new regulations to the advantage of the club. One of them limited the membership of the club to thirty-five persons. It is interesting to note that its membership had reached its height be- fore the end of the first semester. Meetings were held every other Tuesday after school or in the evenings at the homes of various members. A number of one act plays were given at different times by the club before the various city organizations and on one occasion over Radio Station KDFN, Cas- per. The A. K. A. presented its annual play this year as "The Nut Farm," a hilarious comedy in three acts by the well known playwright, john C. Brownell. This proved a very de- cided success. lt was directed by the club sponsor, Miss Beulah Bayless, who was as- sisted by Bliss llfiarion Field. The presenting of such a play is an annual tradition of the club. vs. '. X511 A an. rr X 'ji 4 7 ' . V N 1 ' N.: ,' 4if1'1fJi5.a'l . M3 .Yr .. ' t . '.4.,:2.w- -6 - i . .J-A ' K'-A I 3 .fs gm. k.... ...- . .sushi-K ss - i is-...Qt . . gcirsis gf Hopkins Snodrly Decker F. Smith Sandison D. Smith Gray E. Cather fanipliell HAYLESS Moore Rikcr Holliday V. Smith Johnson NYitz P1rker Anon Nl apes Beattie Horsch VVright Alkire King Patterson Keith Frank Kassis N. Holliday H. fatlier Beer VVilson Johnson jones lidgeiugtou Si s A ss . THE 1933 GI 'SHER T. N. T. Hopkins. lhirkvtt. NI. Father. K'ratm'. King. NYitz, Ilvzittie' Myer, Reed. Kaiser. Anon, Smith, Ilval. Gray Ilurse. Schwzxrtz. ROIIRICR. Rl'SSI'II.l.. li. l'zithcr. Mapes Cziniphell. Cunnan. 'l'lmn11-smi, Higgs, Hezlgjnvy. Durhain T. N. T. Sf70lIS07'.I'-XIISS HELEN ROHRER, V. Y. RUSSELL Prrsiflent -------- TXIILDRED ANON Vire Presirlrnl - - - - JEANE SMITH Serrrmry-Treasurer.. - - - RIARY L. REED, EVELYN KEISER The T. N. T, is the oldest girls' pep club in the Natrona County High School. It is composed of twenty-four of the outstanding girls in school. These girls are chosen on the basis of character and leadership. Their main purpose is "to help the school in every way possible." l'art of their member- ship attirmation includes, "I realize that the purpose of the T. N. T. is to help the school and not to gain favor for myself." It is a club of harmony and school service. During the past year the members of the T. N. T. have decorated goal posts, sponsored school dances and bridge parties on several occasions, led in ticket selling contests, acted as ushers at school functions, and as a climax, sponsored the annual popularity contest. Their First accomplishment was the sponsoring of the eementing of the big "C" on :I south Casper hill. This was done as initiation to the members of the incoming Freshman class and as a revival of an old N. C. H. S. tradi- tion. Football and basketball dances in season were introduced as new school traditions. -KIILDRED ANON. GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL Spfmsor-MRS. TXTCINTYRE Pr:-.vizlrnf --------- PEARL KING Senior Refrreselllrllivwx ----- TXIARY LOUISE REED, TXIATILDA RACICI-I, BERRI E BOND, CATHERINE CRATER Junior RPf!7'P.Yl'llfllli'1'l'XiVlV'l.fXN Hicks, AVIS GARBERG, VIRGINIA VVITT Snfrlmnmrf' Reprwwffzztiws - - NIARY LATHROP 'ITRULA TXTAE ARNOTT l"reslmmn Represennzriwx - - H liI.EN SISK, IDOROTHY CAMPBELI. The Girls' League was first organized in Natrona County High School in the fall of 1929 with the aim of encouraging a more friendly spirit between girls of the school. The membership includes every regularly enrolled girl in the school. It is headed by a Girls' League Council which is composed of four representatives of the Senior Class, three of the Junior Class, two of the Sophomore, and two of the Freshman, and a president, all of whom are elected by popular vote of the members of the club. Class representatives are voted on by their respective classes, while the president receives the vote of the entire school. Some of the activities which this year's council has directed under the leadership of their sponsor, Mrs. J. M. Melntire, local dean of girls. include the Girls' League get-together dinner and traditional Co-ed balls. The League organization calls for one social activity each six weeks and one organization meeting each six weeks. THE 1932 GUSHER GIRLS LEAGUE COUNCIL Rachich King B. Bond Reed Crater Lathrop Mel NTI R E Arnott Sisk Garberg Hicks VYitt Campbell THE 1932 GUSHER Left to RightfTop row: Kidd. Lake, Albert, Boyles, Holstein. Second row: Holliday, Sanclison, Parker, VVeiIlner, Bowman, Hill. Third row: Campbell. Roth, Ball, NYinter. Holliday, Bingenheimer, Dobbins. Fourth row: Hopkins, Larson, Bunnell, Hoag, Holliday. Martin, Of- fenbacher. EUCLID CLUB SPOnX0r+MISS RUTH HOAG SECOND SEMESTER FIRST SEMESTER President - ALBERT MARTIN President - ALBERT RIARTIN Vire-Pres., WILLIANi BUNNELL Vive-Pres. - - CARL LARSON Ser.-Treat - - CARL LARSON Ser.-Treas, WILLIAM BUNNELL The Euclid Club was organized to encourage aI1 interest in mathematics and has each year gone a little farther in fulfilling this purpose. This year, the club's program chairmen have added a new in- terest to the meeting, programs which have included initiations of new members, talks on various historical and philosophical phases of mathematics, and mathematical relation to science and industry. The first-semester chairman were Jim Parker for the Senior group and jack Holstein for the juniors. During the second semester, William Bunnell became Senior chairman and Carl Weidman, Junior. In a vote taken at the conclusion of the first semester, Carl Larson, Senior. was voted to have given the best talks previous to that time. The club paper, "The Euclidean," received a record height with Stayton Holiday as editor for the first semester and Max Campbell as editor the second semester. One of the year's accomplishments was the sponsoring of two all-school mathematical essay contests. The first contest was won by Billy Crater, Sophomore, and not a member of the club. A system of service points inaugurated by the sponsor, Miss Hoag, has done much to stimulate interest in the club. -CARL LARSON. NATlONAlQ FORICNSIC LEAGUE Spfinmr-Miss Ifkiwcias Ififkis The National Forensic League, an honorary society for high school debaters and orators was organized two years ago by Bliss Frances lferis. There are fifteen members at the present time: William Bunnell, senior, Marcus Bryan, seniorg Sarah iXIcCann, senior, Lucia Uffenbacher, junior, Helen Smith, junior, Joe Orr, junior, Vernon lientley, junior, Charles Bowman, junior: Virginia XVitz, junior: Marjorie Turner, sophomoreg Max Camp- bell, sophomore: Shirley Donovan, freshman, Patricia Johnson freslunan, and Miss lferis. 1 Qualifications for membership in this organization are as fol- lows: a student must win in one debate, lose two, or participate in two non-decisions and must rank in the upper two-thirds of his class. The debating team, chosen in December, included all mem- bers of the N. I". L. with the exception of Virginia VVitz. The ob- ject of the school and coach this year has been to give every stu- dent enough debates to become a member of this society. This was achieved through engaging in three debates with Rock Springs, four with VVheatland, four with Sheridan, four with Buffalo, two with Laramie, and one with Green River. Ten of these were deci- sion debatesg twelve non-decision. Seven of the decision debates were won by Casper. --By SARAH TXICCANN. THE 1932 GFSHER 1,,e r . In . Orr Turner Runnell Enterline FE R I S Jacobson Bowman Bentley McCann Smith Bryan Campbell Offenbacher Donovan THE 1932 GUSHER Ma.. H. Schwartz v King Henry Decker B0yles DAN IS FERIS Angel Drazick ' Bentley Hoifhme Hopkms McCann Kimball D. Schwartz Horstman M. Cather EXEC UTIVE COUNCIL Sponsors-Miss FRANCES FERIS, L. H. DANIS MEMBERS President - - - - - Girls' Vice President Boys' Vice President - Secretary - - - Treasurer - Editor of Annual Editor of "Gusher" - Senior Class President Junior Class President - Sophomore Class President - Freshman President - - Junior Class Represen tntifues Sophomore Class Representative - Freshman Class Represenatiive - NIASON HENRY - PEARL KING GRANT BOLYES - JUNE DECKER H.-ARRY SCHWARTZ GLORIA HOPKINS - SARAH RICCANN HOWARD ANGEL - VERNON BENTLEY - RUBY DRAZICK - TOM HOFFHINE RIARGARET CATH ER T CARI, HORSTNTAN - DICK SCHWARTZ J EAN ETTE KIMBALL The Executive Council, the student law making and enforc- ing body of the school, has been especially active during the past year Following a new plan, the council organized as a home room, meeting every day with their sponsors. In this way new business was brought up daily and a double amount of work was accom- plished. This year's council work has introduced several original fac- tors into school life, including attendance contests, home room honor banners for saving and attendance, and the publishing of the "Orange and Black" guidance and informatory booklet. An usher's club was formed during the year upon recom- mendation of the council. Membership in this club includes students who volunteered to usher at high school performances. Noon-hour cafeteria programs were given at intervals, and through the courtesy of the local Knight-Campbell music store, the cafeteria was furnished with an electrical Victrola. -By JUNE DECKER. NATIONAL HONORARY SOCIETY Spunsorezl by RIISS lJOLLY HAG.AN OFFICERS President - ---- FLORENCE H ELBURC Vire President - ---- CHRISTINE JOSENDAL Serretary-Treasurer - - NIARGARET XVINTER, ESTHER LARsoN The National Honorary Society has been an organization in Natrona County High School for a number of years. Its purpose is to build up enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to pro- mote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character. To this end, membership is based on scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Those eligible must rank in the upper twenty-five per cent of their class scholastically, mave a merit record of ninety or above. Leader- ship and service are determined by the points gained through club member- ships, activities and honors in which they participate. Approximately twenty per cent of the seniors may be admitted and five per cent of the juniors each year. The selection of members is made in the spring. The duty and privilege of the National Honorary Society is to each year sponsor the Hall of Fame for outstanding seniors. This has been an extreme pleasure for the members of the club this year. The club sold ho:- dogs at football games during the fall season. With a membership of only eight persons up until the spring initiation, the club was handicapped but they were nevertheless an active organiza- tion. hluch credit is due the sponsor, llliss Dolly Hagan, head of the Science Department of the school, for her cooperation and assistance with club projects. -Esrusa LARsoN. THE 1932 GUSHER - - .. I . .sh . . . Q. -si. 1 . i . s 1 . Rutherford VVinter McCann Helburg MISS HAGAN Campbell Patterson Larsen Josendahl THE IQ32 GUSHER lllanford, C. Larsen, Schultz, Snodcly, Daugard. Sheppard lVitf, Beasley, CANDELARIA. Hufsmith, Looney v D Keiscr, Keyser, Alosendahl, Winship keIth, Henry, VVirth, Decker. Bryan. Osterlunrl Hubbard, Enterline. Luckey. Kear, w76iflUCl'. Koch Howell, Hicks, McCann, Cook, Arbuckle, Albert SPANISH CLUB SPOIZSOT-AIR. RIARTIN, CANDELERIA El Circulo Espanol fue organizado con la intencion de pro- mover el desarrollo y la practica de buen espanol y de reunir a los mas buenos estudiantes de espanol. Estos estudiantes, tienen que mantener marcas de uno por un temino antes de que ellos califiquen para admision en el Circulo. En esta manera se com- pone de los estudiantes quienes son los mas capaces y los que tienen mas interes en el espanol. Cuando el Circulo fue organizado al principio se llamaba "El Circulo Noventaf, El ano pasado el nombre fue cambiado a HEI Circulo Espanolf' El Circulo se reune el ultimo miercoles de cada mes. Las reuniones son Conducidas en las Casas de los miembros del Cir- culo. En la primera reuinion del ano, los oficiales son elegidos. La eleccion de oficiales el segundo termino es conducida en la primera reuinion del segundo termino. A cada reunion hay entretenimiento, por los miembros. Des- pues del entretenimiento, refrescos son servidos por la huespeda. Los eventos grandes del ano son: Ia representacion dramatica, la merienda, y el banquete. Los oficiales para el primer termino fueron: Presidente ---- SENOR CHESTER BEASLEY Vice Presidente: SENORITA DORIS LUCKEY Tesorera - - SENORIT.-X VIVIAN HICKS Seeretarirz - SENORITA GWENDOLYN WIRTH Critim - ---- SENORITA DICGS Direelm-es SENORITA Dloos Y SENOR CANDELERA Los Oficiales para el Segundo termino fueronz Presidente ---- - SENOR CHESTER BEASLEY Vive-presidenla - SENORITA VIRGINIA LOONEY Tesorera - SENORITA VIVIAN HICKS Seerelaria - - SENORITA VIRGINIA WITT Critieo - - - - SENOR CANDELERIA Direezores SENORITA DIGGS Y SENOR CANDELERIA NATIONAL THESPIANS BEULAH liavuass f I F If I CE RS l,ft'.Tiflf'Ilf - - - PEARL KING Srrrrtrlry-Trmslzrer ALBERT lX'IARTIN l'rmuprw' - - VERNON BAILEY The National Thespian is a national society whose purpose it is to reward students for their participation in dramatic work. Natrona County High School has the honor of being Troup Number I, and within the three years since its organ- ization, over one hundred fifty troups have been established in high schools through- out the United States. The qualiliications for membership, in addition to being a regularly enrolled student of a high school or academy and having a satisfactory scholarship record, are to have played with merit in a major role Cappeared in two acts and had a total of seventy speeches? of one long play or two one-act plays staged by the school, and to have done work of such quality as to be approved by the director, or to have taken minor parts of four one-act plays. Along different lines, a person may become eligible for membership by efficient work as business or stage manager for two long plays, or to have written a play which has been publicly produced. School plays upon which membership has been granted during the past year are L'Skidding," "The Nut Farm," "The Goose Hangs High," and the Senior Class Plav. PEARL KING. THE 1932 GUSHPR .ns Martin, King, Smith Albert, BAYLESS, Hopkins M. Cather, Frank, Riker Beattie, Edgington. Sandison, Anon Ilelhurg. llowman. NYitt. Johnson Patterson, Keith. Parker THE ENGLISH CLUB Sponsor Bliss DOROTH IQA BIGN ELL Presirlent - JIM PARKER Vice President - - - - MARGARET WINTER See.-Trms. - - BETTY BALL, VIRGINIA WITT The English Club has com- pleted its third successful year of organization, continuing as a cluh of unique and inter- esting character. The former sponsor and organizer, Loy E. Owens, was succeeded by Bliss Bignell. Klonthly programs, held on the first Tuesday evening and followed hy a social hour, included hook surveys, criti- cisms, poetry, and educational talks. The English Club ban- quet held in the spring is al- ways an event for members and their guests. This year's accomplish- ments include a very success- ful A'Poet's Corner" reserved in the school paper by the club for original poems writ- ten by students. The dramat- ic presentation this year was "The Goose Hangs Highf, B ETTY BALL THE 193: GVSHER I I F I 4 ' f ,F s . . L Jensen, Buix, Blakely, lickliart, Paine, Gill, Bunnell, lllanford, B. Blakely. VVoodward jones, Yoss, Kneeler, Pavelka, Groves, Moore, MR. BIBLE. Temple, Mcflendon. Teasdale. Wilson Randolph, Steinman, Kiunamon, Dixon, Mcfash. Newby. Lowe, Doing, fhilcote 'VH I2 M A NIFO LD CLUB Iiwfflffff, - 'POM 'IQSDALE I Ire Premlefnt - PAUL I EMPLE Spfmmrr-M iz. BIBLE AND MR. ROBERTSON of Coliseum Motor Co. Serremry-'l'rensurer - - - BERT Nisvviw The Manifold Club, organized last year by several members of the Auto Mechanics class, is now more or less a class club, every member of the class being a member of the club. The purposes of the club are: l"irst, to give a social contact other than the class room to all those students who realize the importance of this great mechanical age, and who wish to advance in this science, second, to increase the interest in mechanics among the students, and to de- velop their knowledge in this field, third, to develop a social and business contact with various leading authorities on the subject. -Wn.1.i.m1 R U NN Eu.. THIS 1932 GUSHER ,F 1 in R335 7, it gs tg AJ!! ' f Y E ' .TT E R, l'arroll. lf. Burk. Klorrison. Sanford, NYalter lit-ye. James Morrison, joe Burke, Lewis Gourley, Orrin Doe kham, Cecil Jack, Arnold Daly, Robert Tobin Uh. King, R. Dixon, liewarrl llrollinger. Hugh Davies, Brennan, Evers, P. Scott, Grieve, George Arams, H. Bylzce. V. Moore. Donovan, Farl Hortsman, Bvron. johnson, L. Sanford, R. Scott. Short, VValdron, Phillips, Hetlstrom, Noland, Langenllurf llaines, R. llockam, Hnls, D. Simpson Mills, C'unningham, VV. Sanford, Banse, Dc-Vlioofly, Stevens, ll. Moore FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Sponsor-J. F. LANGENDORF Prffrfzlefzt - WA Sfrretary and Trmyurer - ROBE A troup of the Future Farmers of Amer Natrona County High School in the fall of 1931 bv lllr. Langen- dorf, the Vocational, Agricultural and Shop hfathematics instruc- tor . d l b ' " ' ' ' , 'ln tie mem ers of his xocational agricultural classes. The aim and purpose of the club is to create an interest in phases of ica was organized in LTER BEYER Vice Pres. - IJONALD SIMPSON RT TOBIN, IJEVVARD IJROLLINGER agriculture and to better instruct the memh YCSSIVC methods of farming. ers in modern and prog The club has recieved puhlicati d ert Carroll, reporter. on a vertisement through Roh- -ARNOLD DALY. T111-I 1933 GVSIIER li. -0 Q 405 .sm QU' NORTH KZERIXG Sl'HXN'AR'l'Z ANGEL QI. MOORE I!l't'Hl-ZR SANFORD Y. SMITH AI.l!RIGII'I' ROSE MORRISON RIOGIXS STRAW HORSTRIAN TEASIJA LE ROl'HEl,I.E HENRY CANIJIQIJXRIA DAVIS MAVKIN i'l'l,YER RISSLER REYER G. MOORE ,IOSLYX SEDAR HYDE 44 rr THE 1932 GUSHER LCC!! The "C" Club, lettermen's organization of the Natrona County High School, is at present composed of twenty-five boys. The members are: Don Bucher, president, Mike Sedar, vice president, Nolan Gering, secretary-treasurer 3 Howard Angel, Porter Davis, Harry Schwartz, Howard Rissler, Loran Riggins, Billie Albright, Walter Beyer, Don Joslin, Bob Mackin, Jim lVIoore, James Morrison, Warren Culver, Carl Horstman, Stanford Sanford, Arthur Hyde, Gene lVIoore, Millard North, Rodney Rochelle, Tom Teasdale, V aile Smith, Rflason Henry and Bob Rose. Coach Alva Straw is the club sponsor. To be eligible for membership in the "C" Club one must have won a letter in a major sport of the high school. Football, basketball and track are considered the major sports. The Lettermen's Club stands for all that is good in athletics-namely: School spirit, loyalty, cooperation, sportsmanship, health, aggressiveness, fearlessness, clean living, and scholarship. The club believes that school spirit is good training for all students. It not only helps athletic teams to gain the enthusiasm necessary to fight for victory, but produces a reaction on the student body which makes their regular school work more interesting and beneficial. The lettermen desire athletic participation for all, and with this idea in mind they stand ready to sponsor and assist in all intra-mural, minor and major sports programs. The club has pledged itself to actively help promote the Elks Boxing Tourna- ment, an enterprise for charity, to lend every effort possible to the coaches of intra- mural athletics, both in the grades and in the high school, to put on track meets, tour- naments, and contests of all kinds. The Club also stands ready to help with other school program or activity when called upon to do so. The regular social calendar of the Lettermen's Club calls for a "mixer" of all high school boys, a Letterman's ball, and a Letterman's picnic. By NOLAN GERING. X ,f ,fn C RQ 1 fi, I J J Q. Q 2 2 S f X X K " ' 5 UL? ffl! Y f ACTI ITIES I P THE IQ32 GUSHER n,,,,,3,,,,, , .. K 7 ,.,. THE MILITARY DEPARTMENT The military department this year has been one of the most outstanding units in our school for many reasons. With the instructions of our regular army captain, Cap- tain R. W. Voege, who was detailed here bv the United States army from the Panama Canal Zone, we have progressed greatly. Captain Voege has practically reorganized the entire unit. He first started with the selection of officers, then he had his office and gun room remodeled to suit his requirements, and with the splendid help of his assistant, Sergeant Layman, who was posted here from Fort Francis E. VVarren at Cheyenne, the unit began to function smoothly. One of the many changes in the military department was the issuing of sabers to the commissioned officers. This gave a real military touch to the officers when they went on parade February 22, to pay tribute to George VVashington. The rifle team also ranked very high in the Corps Area matches. They ranked high in the William Randolph Hearst Trophy lllatch. also. Our next feature during this year was the staging of a series of company dances which were given to pay for the cost of the sabers. The last military function, which was given late in the month of lllay, was the lllilitary Ball. This ball is an annual event which is attended by the entire Milita1'y Department. This year it will be a very elaborate affair, for we will have our new gymnasium for the ball room. By PORTER DAvrs. THE 1932 GUSHER rx':.+irwf512-i2f2zM . , ,- ' as::vs-'-QM-1? . f J ,,4.m,,,f- - in www-,,M 1' NR X! "wk, .XNWNS . gg Q ZQIFAM, 'N'-'--..,,k x,,.....,. ,. I Q--. COLOR GUARD 'IWIOMPSON ENTERLINE BOWMAN SUTIIRRLAND HEADQUARTERS CORPS ORD ERLI ES MARTIN BOVVMAN I-INTERLINE V. SMITH ALBERT FAPTAIN VOEGE BOYLES SERGEANT LAYMAN THE IQ32 GUSHER ,iw - I-...I..... ., ..,.I . I RIILITARY COMPANIES THE 1932 GUSHER NIILITARY COMPANIES THE 1932 GUSHER fr. RIFLE TEAM OFFICERS PARKER, FULLER, THOMPSON, SUTHERLAND AINSLEY, IIUIX, FIELD, BEASLEY, KIDD, BRYAN FRANK, ROGERS. BRANSON. JOHNSON, ALBRIGHT DAVIS, ANGEL, KADLICK, SCHWARTZ BOYLES, KADLICK, BEASLEY, V. SMITH V. SMITH, BOYLES, ALBERT THE 1932 GUSHER fgsx bw fir w .. ,. ,A...Q.ZV..,., , -, N. C. H. S. CADET BAND The High School Band has proved again this year its ability to do the many things that help to make our school a better place to attend. Under the efficient leadership of S. Kelly Walsh, the band has improved in playing and has increased in number to sixty-live mem- bers. Nuell Scroggins was a very good Drum Major. The band has some new instruments this year. These are: One new bass horn and case, three new French horns and two new snare drums. The Band Carnival went over with great success and en- thusiasm. The proceeds were used to buy the band members new white cross shoulder straps with belts. The school board bought the band new white caps. During the football season the band played for all local games and also for one game at Cheyenne. lliany compliments were paid the band this year for their fine appearance and playing in the new gym for the State Basketball Tournament in lN'Iarch. The band is known for its unfailing support to play for assem- blies and local community affairs. New numbers were heard at the bands annual concert and hir. Walsh feels sure that he will be well supported with new members and lots of pep next year. -By DALE SMITH. Tllli 1933 GVSHER , . !.,., t , . 1 ,Q 5 1 I Q N .. Q Q ,Q -, , ygtgxw 1 . . . , 5 . jg TH E M USIC DEPARTMENT The llusic Department is under the directorship and super- vision of hliss Jessie Blae Agnew, Director of hlusic of Casper Public Schools, hliss Grace Slind, assistant director, instructor and accompanist in the high school, and hlr. S. K. Walsh, director of all bands and orchestras. Perhaps one of the most important things to be said of the music department is that it is one of the best features of the regular school curriculum. It is enjoyed by all whether in or out of the department. The work was slightly inconvenienced this year by the change in the school program of periods and many students were unable to enroll because of conflicting classes. Clfven so, one-third of the entire school is in some phase of music worlcl In the glee clubs fmany could not join the regular period classesj in order to receive glee club training have stayed for sixth period classes, which meet twice a week. These classes, each with a membership of over eighty, are a good indication that the pupils realize the joy and benefit derived from such worlc. In all choral work, attention is given to placement of tone Q7 Q MUSIC DEPARTMENT QContinuedj and development of breath control. During each year, two joint concerts of all groups are given, one for which a small admission fee is charged and one given free to the public during music week. Those who have attended have been most enthus- iastic in their praise of the work being done. Another feature of the year's music work is the annual operetta. This year the one which was staged was called "The Count and the Co-ed." The main cast was chosen from the senior class who were exceptionally fine in their parts. Their worklwas supplemented with a chorus of sixty voices chosen from the various classes. The operetta was attended by a large audience and thoroughly enjoyed by all. From the various glee clubs are chosen small groups, each group made up of voices which lend and blend for special training, and who can be ready for service to the community when needed. These groups have been under instruction of Miss Slind, and judging by the many demands for their appearance, they have been most popular. The boys' quartette especially has been in constant demand. Aside from the choral and instrumental section of the school, there are classes in music appreciation, harmony and history, which give the opportunity for those students who wish to learn more in the general education of music. The High School orchestra, under hir. YValsh, has done splendid work and has given of its services most generously and has been ever ready to assist in all events when needed which has happened many, many times during the year. Each year students who are outstanding in their ability and work and have been a credit to the department are chosen to represent Casper in the National Chorus and sometimes in the National Orchestra, the expenses being paid from the proceeds of the annual programs. This year Louise Winship, Charlotte Sheppard, lid Barnes and Ed Pratt were selected. They, with bliss Agnew, went to Cleveland, Ohio, for the National Nlusic Supervisor's Conference, where the students were under in- struction of some of the leading directors of the States, for one week and then sang in concert in a chorus of over three hundred students chosen from every State in the Union. THE 1932 GUSHER GIRLS' SEXTETTE M l X EU Q UAR'l'E'l"l' E BOYS' QUARTE'I"l'E GIRLS' SEXTETTE GIRLS' QUARTETTE THE 1932 GUSHER 4:11--.-,. ..,, 4 I Boys' AND GIRLS, GLEE CLUBS .I f Of , Lily u"'f 'cW?.1,L' 3, 7.25 ," Q 11, .1 , , N jx x -M - Q -FNNFAX X x, , -' " -FLNM KQJ-i,' ,4,':f2s2:i'1Zf'121 f Q A:- -M - ff , , , , v.-rv X 2 .w .W X Q "xii,-zffff, xl. 41 U qv -il yff 1 Q Z my XA if 1? -3 3.2, ' tw 1, ,Q xg , ' ,-41:-1 X f egg-, .Q 4 --X W .,,5.g63"' Q IW' 1, I F QR M -:R Fe" : ' 1- ,. f .7 TX lk 44 iv gy illll 2724-3-JA. 4 X 'EMS 9 Q! f fo Jxasv f f f ff' w .,-.'.-ze-,fvfwmfw ff! ff' Q 5--fiffivi-1 --ML--MIm141334A'f"+f1f'3:Ei'?'f 7 ff' f ff 235' X X ' N 'V 5222ii""73' as PP '4 FE r THE 1932 GUSHER Most Popular Girl-PEARL KING THE 1932 GUSHER xv C'4lli?l6EN Jllost Popular Boy-DON BUCHER THE 1932 GUSHER SCHOOL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 8-H We o up the alley in many mournful numbers. ere g 15-We are beginning to grow accustomed to the sixth period slips. 20-The Wheels are again in motion. 22-The system of no study halls is quite an idea. 29-One month of torture has almost gone. OCTOBER 2-The high and mighty senior girls escorted their freshmen dates to the Co-ed Ball given in the girls' gym. 16-We Were entertained by Mr. Beachmer's singing in Assembly. 18-Faculty meeting held and now we are having the law pounded to us-"No more whispering in assembly" and "Bring a pass" when you are late. 23--"Skidding" was presented at the High School Auditorium. The play went over with a bang. ' h ld t the Elks Hall. 30-The annual Hallowe en party was e a DRAMATICS DFPAR1 MI N'1 The N. C. H. S. Dramatic Department feels a sincere pride in its dramatic achieve- ments this year. The first outstanding pro- duction, "Skidding," a three-act comedy by Aurania Rouverol, October 29, 1931, was a huge success and well liked by every one. "The Nut Farm," a hilarious comedy written by John C. Brownell, was the annual A. K. A. play for this year. Due to the flu epidemic the play was postponed two different times but when it was finally given it was received by an enthusiastic audience. Six one-act plays entered the annual contest sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, "The Vali- ant," "Pink and Patches," "Rich Man, Poor Ninn," "Last of the Lowriesf, Guilty Hands," "Part Time Joh." The first three mentioned placed in the finals. "The Valiant was awarded first place in the contest. The cast included Vernon Bentley, Charles Bowman, Nlary Jane Beattie, Henry Frank and Gene Felton. Gloria Hopkins, a member of the cast of "Rich Man, Poor Man," was awarded a cash prize for being the best actor or actress in the con- YCSY. Outstanding one-act plays were presented to different clubs and organizations by members of the Dramatic Class of both semesters. 'fTo the Ladies" is the title of the play chosen to be the Senior Class play for this season. It is a three-act comedy written by George S. Kaufman and lVIarc Connelly. -By RIKER. THE 1932 GYUSHER A NOVEMBER 6-Seniors order their rings and pins. A new design of rings has been chosen. 10-Another Public Speaking break. Kate Crater says Hand Preparation streamed over my face." 24-Big break for us-school will be out for two days. 25-Company "A" had their big dance at the Elks Hall for the purpose of earning money for the sabers for the Military Department. DECEMBER 1-Christmas vacation is now on our waiting list. ll-The Junior Follies had to be given two nights. A feather in the cap of the Junior Class. Oh, welll 15-School is getting to be monotonous. 18-Mr. Danis really made us believe there was a Santa Claus. He told us school was out for two weeks. The Girls' League gave a snappy assembly. E P E g E 5 Q 'W Q E THE 1932 GUSHER JANUARY 4-After a long two weeks of vacation it seems terrible to have to go back to school. It almost makes us wonder whether or not education is worth the trial we put up with to get it. 7-A basketball game at Wheatland. The boys brought home the bacon with a good high score. 9-What a game! Midwest vs. Casper. 15-A bigger and better Band Carnival was held at the Girls' Gym. 27-Cheyenne took us into camp in a close game. FEBRUARY 1-The "Nut Farm" was presented at the High School Auditorium. A big crowd was there to witness the play. 12-Lincoln assembly. Many and still many speeches. 22-Again we sat and listened to speeches and more speeches on Washington. THE 1 93.2 G USHER Senior Cosfume D Sf! '11 '-11 6 N. YP '11 lv N THE 1932 GUSHER MARCH 3--Pearl and Don were crowned the most popular boy and girl in school. 3-4-5-Douglas tournament. Casper brought home the bacon. 4-The English Club play, "The Goose Hangs High." 23-24-25-The State Tournament held in our new gym. The girls were seen primp- ing up for the out of town boys, and was it successful! APRIL 3-Hilarity, vivisection and decorum were present in the most wild and woolly as- sembly this afternoon. Our visions changed many times as we viewed the hie- chanical Man, Ghandi and others on account of the Senior Costume Day. 7-The preliminaries for the Kiwanis plays held in the auditorium. 8-'CThe Valiant" was the play chosen for Hrst place in the Kiwanis plays. -The Girls' League and T. N. T. sponsored the Leap Year Dance at the Arkeon. The bovs surely got a break. -T. N. sponsored a card party at the lylountain States Power Company. M AY -The basketball boys were entertained by the T. N. T. at a dinner given at the Townsend Hotel. 13-"To the Ladies" was presented by the Senior Class. 20-The Juniors gave the Seniors a great Junior Prom this year. JUNE 1-just one more week of school for the Seniors. They surely get the breaks. 3-A great time on the Senior Class picnic. 5-Baccalaureate services held in the high school auditorium. 9-Commencement, with all its attendant thrills and fears. Goodbye for some of us. THE 1932 GUSHER 4 THE FAMILY ALBUM 4 'Q 4- My J! . - ' 4. fx. 1 Q w-AE 9 Ye 5 A s sf. ' x -exv.-n ' f . x 'XFN ,.,g 'F' f ' M 3 X N sf-:mf "i"""i.. T5--. " K .. x A A .f , , CW L + fi 3 R . . ,515 - . ---S.. , , I ' . gifm K in ff 1 Q W X W i .... .,,. ...A..,........x,...3 , - ' 5--fd .. x N, NY' ' .fu 1 kk Q F: Y , A X .. I x ,X "xi e mm, AJC1 5 , ,, . w 5,-1. -.Wh V, ' X " K' a -A. ' 113 .L x k Explore the bool' for "The Key to Ihe Family A Ibumu THIS 1932 GUSHER BOOKS There they are, waiting and silent. They neither urge, nor call, nor press their claims. lkiutely they are ranged along the wall. They seem to be asleep, yea from each one a name looks at you like an open eye. If you look their way or reach a hand toward them they do not call out, nor are they insistent. They wait until advances are made to themg then for the first time they open up. There are books which traveled through many cen- turies before their word came to our lips, there are new books just born yesterday, but they speak magic languages, and one like the other sooths and quickens our breathing. Little fragments of eternity, quietly ranged along the wall, when the hand frees you, you break through the prosy surroundings, your words lead us in a fiery chariot up from pettiness into the eternal.-Trans. H "Books tell us what man has done, which is history 3 Books tell us which is Books tell us which is Books tell us which is Books tell us and which is what man has learned, science: what man has made, aff Q what man has thought, pholosophyg what man has felt created and expressed, literature." Here's an adventureg what awaits Beyond these closed, mysterious gates? YVhom shall I meet? Where shall I go? Beyond the lovely land I know? Above the sky, across the sea? VVhat shall I learn and feel and be? Open, strange doors, to good or ill! I hold my breath a moment still Before the magic of your look. VVhat will you do to me, O Book ?" 05455 LQAWMJ hgvafzce as cg 473005- muff - Qfffgf W THE 1932 GUSHER KEY TO THE FAMILY ALBUM 1. Pat Gray as Was. 2. Betty Lou D., the same old sex appeal. 3. Betty Lou A. and Ruth T. playing lady. 4. Bill Henry and June D. Way down on the farm. 5. Our smiling editor and Nancy about to sneeze. 6. Lucille Frost-giggling even then. 7. Pearl King as sweet as ever. 8. The Smith brothers enjoying a little stove polish. 9. Porter about to make a basket. 10. lklillie Anon, "a still picture." ll. Lois Horsch and her come hither look. 12. Bob and Mary Louise, "speed demons." 13. Charlotte Burkett--'KWaiting for the stop lights." 14. Mary Jane Keith, before she began to look for Joe. 15. Winifred Stuart, "Just an old fashioned girl." CDoesn't time make a difference?5 Barbara Bond CBrideJ-Who is the man in the blue coat, My reasoning may be unsound. darling? But by the stars above! Howard Angel CGroomD-That's the umpire, dear. l'd hate to meet the full-grown h0UH4l, Barbara-Why' does he Wear that funny wire thing over his If thlsc1giZ2?AfuII?glNIX::eANGEI face. " Howard-To keep from biting the ball players, precious' Ed Barnes was telling a thrilling story to his girl friend. " And they were so nearf' he said, "that We could see the Of all Sad W01'dS Of YOUEUC 01' PCD, dark muzzles of the wolves." The saddest are, CTVC fllmked again-i "Oh, how lucky!" gasped LeWayne Rutherford, "how glad CSignedD GRANT BOYLES. you must have been that they had on their muzzlesf' THE IQ32 GUSHPR Q F I 6 I h 4 x WWA f K X. .---www E , b ' apr: W y Q . B 1 - shaman Uffa 0 f9"e"'d0'1 S--Q.",y.w-11-i f. R ' I if ldflqh 5, 4 A , ru Wa -- I n -9 ktviriv 1 ' '7 .f ff Q , 1 3' . IL.,-, ' ' Q ,Ai ,W ' .V 'fb' r ' ' ' . x r '7 'Q V 'P 5' g A - '-W--.fa-' V 5 :D QI T.N.T. Squad "fm" H A ii Q fb lfl, - s+ g.' ,L Sheridan Game TNI 51044 .W -, - A t x N X - nl-'I hibf v m! ' 5 0 . . - 3 V A, gy- . :Nr Q 1 - ,i , , 5 1 glwvign ts. Y' 5 N f A 1 R iv " Srhool "Daze" THE 1932 GUSHER HI. TRUE AND FALSE Where a statement is true as it stands write "T" in the blank before that sentence. VVhere any part of the statement is false, write HF" in the blank. ' 1 Arthur Hirschfeld is the most fickle boy in high school. 2. llfary Jane K. is true to Henry F. 3. Vernon Bentley can't speak above a whisper. Charles Schaupp is the tallest boy in school. 5. Our Cafeteria is always quiet. 6. Ruth Alkire has a perfect attendance record. 7. Florence Helberg has no grades of 1 plus. 8. the most merits. "Bun" Gehrett is the best citizen of N. C. H. S. with 9. Evelyn Beal is the noisiest girl in N. C. H. S. ...,...lO. false eitherl. "Do you know, Lord Muslegive, that Sir Henry thinks lllarshal Field's is a playground ?" "Ha, ha, how absurdg but say, old thing, just what do they use those fields for anyway PH Doctor-"The thing for you to do is to stop thinking about yourself. Lose yourself in your work. By the way, what is your occupation ?" Jack Grabil-"I'm a cement mixer." "I am beautiful. What tense is that ?" Lucille Heagney-"Past," June Decker is popular with the boys Cand this isn't Tommy Sandison-"What does the Word 'chauffeur' mean ?" Mr. Sandison-"That is the name given to the driver of a motor-car. Tommy Cafter a moment's thought,-"That was not the name you gave to the driver of the car that nearly ran over you yesterday." "Think of the golden moments you have wasted playing bridgef' said the serious friend. "Yes," replied bliss Patricia Gray, regretfully, "besides a lot of silver coin and paper currency." THE 1932 GUSHER 'L ' ,z risfi-.migirg v Q 5 1 . K QQ,-six Q- r X .. ' r :fx .,,. QT.. V SEEN 1 .1 EY v A, 61- , , N m , , ABOUT' ScHooL wiv YN Y, :umm S iw: iii x 5 ' 55 5, Q f-ggi.,-glxgg ff v 4 x KW yt ,yfkki g S v -5 ' .xiLl,1.3,sL 51? m s ' flxig ,S Q Yu . ,,,,,,, 5.1-1 .XA- v cvs Q -Q 1, . -1,5 3.4 Q 'Vi-9-At:-:ff-2A 1. 7W'NTf3K' , ,KA AMSASQ' I X h , ., -x-5 , .5 Y 314 -15. -qv S- .. . -f I 'Xi 5555.5 A l 1 , I ! CASPER mon THE MQUNATAQNK 4 HS 1, cfnery THE 1932 GUSHER II. MATCHING TEST In the blank in column I place the letter in column II. Charlotte Burkett Neuell Scroggins Jeane Smith Charles Tangney Mary Louise Reed IVIason Henry Mary Jane Beattie Robert Patterson Edna Campbell Thomas Sandison Newell Scroggins, a patient in a hospital awoke after an oper- ation and found the blinds of his room drawn. P!! k "Why are those blinds down, doctor. he as ed. "Well," said the physician, "there's a fire burning across the alley and I didn't want you to wake up and think the operation had been a failure. Prof--"How long did you spend on that lesson ?" Ruth Alkire-"Three hours, railroad time." Prof.-"What do you mean ?" Ruth--"Counting stops." 3. b C. d f. g h i j. corresponding to the identifying plnzm has a merry widow bob is a master of slot machines interest in athletics fone especiallyl needs Cod Liver Oil has so much "it" it is "they" interested in a Laramie Sigma Nu breaks the strangle holds a girl with a high powered mind the boy with the long pants "Oh, Hugh!" "Hard work never killed anybody," said the father. "That's just the trouble, Dad," returned Bob Patterson. "I Want to engage in something that has a spice of danger in it." British Guide fshowing places of interest!-"It was in this room that Lord Wellington received his first commission." Bill Norland, the tourist Csuddenly interestedj--"How much was it ?" Among other things which Emily Post forgot to mention is the tactful way of asking the gangster's daughter to go out for a ride. THE 1932 GUSHER s v In Mg 1 4. f v 430 I ' r A OfidS'+EhclS1 ' ' Then . il 25 VFW . 53116: Y j kv ' I it A omeuare girls and semen' ' Q1 ' ' s if Q :GGG Nor P5 9' 2. Twins fl W ' L1 A ' ,gi 2 1 A M SQ if ' 4 U5 'L 31 , 1 v " - X W ' Q ' Lau 1 . - 1 W , f ' , vow ' A if ff' A ng ,gfnQ v m, ,fxx 'IHOIMF Pozlgfu THE 1932 GUSHER F' .ay , Rx I. ,fi .ff Jn ,-U 17 Q 1' X 'V I' I, 1' Z Q . i vfinzg yy ,ff . Z!! , ",:" .5xXW4!'! Jfx W x fh'!7 V r I an 6 Wx ffff i i W ' -2, fx F gm' 'Q Y N' ' 'fu xxxilv , V If 'b 1 filiirlvl? 4" 1 fl Xp ,F-1 .ll fn, f vac Q K Q wwf, wif, 2 "' fb' wwf 477. ful g .fi , 'W ff Yqxx Q 1 ,f N Sc Al. X A4 X? IA 'Wx dxf ,X A' 1. X 14 1 Q, J W , A K ixun K 47- G77 ' J! 1 g nz... H J f' ff IF' 3 1 W 'Ulf 'Mi If "fi, yn' .. K ' f fm S Alf, . if fig fb fm X X X ill fe ,G 1 -fff'-rf' 6,2 1 n ' MJ:-f ' 1.15 "tw 1 ' T V' -'-'.-: 'in , . '-1-.f 5 , I, " nag. 'uf , , Q, 3, f f, 47 "H I' 1 Q, n Ml -'J nfl .,, :zz-A , f MM nn nnnn R Q Wm' vw ' 6' 4 ' 7 X fi ' Ffm D fl ff. , I-14.6 ff, 4,.,., , I . , Mu! U' Y-X F Q I2 171,41 ax !3:7M?f All Msg? I - . if 'X n :ff 40 .,.. Kfnfgiw- n' - A " 'wif ff' Q 'ff' ,f - V N V? ' 'E' Q um! m J X, . Mwffm, ,M W iffy A .,....::"' ad-,M '31 211- LE, M- ,,,.,, H.. N,N,... . f ' 1 , 'V i w' , I .. Witfrf l ,"'::: , 8 V' an - 1 . 9 ' , :" ' V -J , A ' 9' .- . ,, pf . , 11, ,,, ,-as e',,, N - 1 .mags " Y gf ' A , Aga-1:53 IRJS2313' 1 A f 'V Ugiiliiga-3 "When it's Springtime in the Rockies 1,11 be breaking rocks for you." .1-.111-1-111-11111-1-.iitttt-.11111-.1111.1..1..1..i---ill-.I14 THE 1932 GUSHER .,-,..- -H..-M..-,...,.-..-.,-.,-..-...n.-.......- - -.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - .. - .. - - - -..-..-...-.u-..n-..-..,-.....g. I Builders of ur ymf 1 I 1 GENERAL CONTRACTOR I ---and directly in charge of all operations, and responsible for the completion of this splendid structure. I lt aclcls another link to the many schools, business build- ings, churches and homes built by this firm in Casper and other parts of VVyo1ning'. I l ! ! Rognsta - sen Construction Co 1 ' I l l ! -x- THE 1932 GUSHER 'S' 1 i - WDERM , I PLUMBING PIIDIMI G I - 'I-fi-CONTRACTORS I ' 41 1 Hi onthe 1' N? , "i A-YQ 'Q' if New High Q 'A School Gym K ,,Z,,xxS' I Em11 I'-i1rsch1C1eld PLUMBING -fa it AND HEATING 2 X1 9 0 j I i CONTRACTORS W , I E Appliances tl Q 7 Fixtures I Q 5 ! 319 South Durbin 51 fi L.- ij L S - -... ..... Y-,Q Q ti eet 'Q m..:,: U 22 l -.--. Phone 318- ---- 491 -'--' .1 -5721. im' ...............I.................-..........- -.... ---- ......................................,.............-...g. -nu-lIu1nn1m,.-rn- .. .- .-ul.-.m....,..1 .-tm.-m,..nn1nn1 1 1nu1un... Brick Work ON NEW GYMNASIUM why--- F. P. Moore 1142 South David Street P 11 o n e 1 9 4 9 I I .i...... - .-..,.-..,.........-...........-....-...........,-..,..-....-..,.-....-.......-..........-,........-..,..-..,.--P .g...........,..... .. .- .--.........,,......I............-...,.........,...-,... ---- .... -if ...1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1.Iq1uu-W1..1..1ug1...1.,,.1uu1..1.g1q.1. n1nu1nu1nn1n1.n1.l1n-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 14n1.m1g.-.n1n1n1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 1 1 11.1.-1..1..1..1ll1.l1I T115 ,932 GUSHER 'S' I I SPECIAL PRICES I ---for--- 1 OUT OF TOWN FOOTBALL GAMES, TRACK MEETS, ENTERTAINMENTS, ETC. Cheapest Group Transportation Known I I I I Rent a New Car I I I After your first rental and the securmg of one of our courtesy cards you wlll find rent- I . . . I lllg' a car to be an easy matter, 11lVOIV11lg no red tape. i I Long Trips---10c per mileg Short Trips---15c GAS AND oIL FURNISHED mrs mzI'o'r Phone-144 I 'I- 'Q' 3 Your Shopping Problems Will THE 1932 GUSHER YOU WILL FEEL BETTER Be Lighter- You Get lNIore For Your lloney- BECAUSE- I1'E OFFER ONLY THE STANDARDS OF VALUE Youth-Pleasing Styles Ready-to--VVear Millinery Furnishings Hosiery Fancy Notions Dry Goods and Shoes L. B. Murphy Co. 115 East Second Street CASPER - - - WYOMING .1.m1nu.1un..nn1un1mi1nu-.mi1un1un1nn1m-1im..u -m.1..,.1-m.-M1. 1 1 1 1 14...-.i1..,.1 ....,,,,1- 1 1 1 1,,,.1-H,1,.,.1.,.,1,,,,...im1.,,,1,,,,1....1.,,,1..,1..,.1 Congratulations Graduates PREPARE YOURSELF NOYV IN THE HABIT OF THRIFT BE THRIFTY AND SAVE If you do this your future is assured. Be Thrifty and Shop Here J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc. Golden Rule Building CASPER ---------- WYORIING n1i.i1114,11M1.IH1,,,,1,,,,1,..,1..,,1 1 1 1....1,,,,1 1....1.,,.1..!.1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1M1,,,,1im1,.,.1.nu1..,,1 I-..l1g.1qm1M-.qg1m,1.g-pq1M1m,.. 1n,,1.i.i- 1 1 1 1 1 1n..1n.1 1 1 1..1M1m,1 1 10.1 Richards-Cunningham Co. Reliable Nlerchandise Since 1888 -THE HORIE OF- SWEATERS ---- SLIP-ONS ---- SPORT COATS .g.1....,..-..,-...-i.... - .. .. -,...-...-M.-........n....-1- .-..- .. - .. - - -..,.-...... .. .. ......-,.,.....1.-..,...,.,.--...-... .. -......-.............-....-...-..i..........i- THE 1932 GUSHER .1..1..1..1..1 1 1 1 1 1....1..,.1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1...1u,1.u1..1 1 11.1..1U11"1u.1.11gl1uu1.u1lu1u1n1..1q.1..1..1n1u Nicolaysen Lumber Co. Lumber and Building Material Hzlrclware Paint A Glass Doors XVinclows Screens Roofing W'all Board Cement Plaster Sewer Tile Fencing' INTERNATIONAL TRACTORS FARM IMPLEMENTS Center Street and Midwest Phones 62---43 n1fm1mf-.m.1.m1M1..n1I.-11m,1vm1.n1nn1vm1uu1n.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1nu1my1nn1fln1..,1.l.1.l-..l1nl -'I' I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I I I I I 1 I I I -1- THE 1932 GUSHER .in--------..-....-...-...-.........-...-..-..- -..-.4 i Compliments ---Of--- i I j ' I M92 01'-5' a1ff5a.9rAr11mw I 1 1 GIFTS l STATIONERY I I FAVORS I 1 l ! 1 I i I i 116 East Second Street Phone 1570 ! .g...-....-....- .. .-....-,....- - -....-........ .-.,-.,.....-...-,..-.........-..-...,-..u.. .... -n..-..,-u.....-,..-,..- - -......i...i-i.-...-..-..-----I-----+ U. S. Tires Brake Service U S L Batteries 1 1 A REAL SINGLE STOP SERVICE STATION Q 1 1 Power-Lube Oils 1000f0 Alemite Service ! 1 . 1 Illnave uto Supply 1 402 EAST SECOND STREET PHONE 402 ,-,,,,,,,-,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,, .---.- I ..... .- -.,.. ..-- ..-..-..........-........ ---- -.--m- 1-.- - -'-n-m-----u-- -vw-----I--I-1'--H----"1-"-"!' ! ' ' k all l 011 S 211' et Wholesale and Retail Meats FISH POULTRY CHOICE CORN FED BEEF 1 W,-u,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,H, ,,,,n,,,,m,,,- W,,, , ,,,, - ,,,, M, ,,,1 , ,,,, ,,M-,,-,,,-,,,-u,-,.-.....-u,.-u.- - -...-.i THE 1932 GUSHER -u ----- ---------. v . - .... -.---- ,,,,- .. ..---...,.----.-- ..-..-.--.----e--HF THE A E I W oming National Bank OF CASPER I I Q Capital and Surplus - - S300,000.00 I I MODERN BANKING SERVICE IN ALL DEPARTBIENTS Q ---SERVICE WITH SECURITY-u I i OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Q ! B. B. BROOKS, Prexfzlwlf ! P. C. fD'CONNOR, Vice-Presizlenr CARI. F. SHUMAKER, Vire-Prexirlezzt and Cashier A. C. RIKIER, Assislrznt Cashier C. W. AMENDE, Assistant Cashier R. H- NICHOLS. Dfff'1'f0f C. B. RICHARDSON, Direrlor 1 I -L THE 1932 GUSHER NATRUNA coumv QIITLATIID Loan comvnnv l CASPER ---- ------ - WYOMING I I 'l'-----""-u----- - ----- ------ ---- - ---- . . .-...-..--....-..... 'Q' I 1 GAN TT HARDWARE I HWARRANTED GOODS ONLY" i .Q o I ' " I i PHONE 894 . ! 0. :Q I i 237 EAST SECOND STREET I I '!"""' 1111 1111 11111111 i111 - 1111 . 1111 l l 1 nu- -n7:1:.:n7 ::. Y. :n7:n1,.n1ni2n.-nn- ,I in-ml-M-an-M,-...n1m..-,m....n1M.-.,,.-M....,-.nn1,.,..-,.,,1,,.-,....,.,1,nm-.g -. .. .-.1w1.,..-n.1.u1uq.-..1....-,...1. CASPER AUTOMOTIVE TRADES ASSOCIATION -0 --IVIEMBERSZ EARL C. BOYLE, INC. CASPER BUICK CO. COLISEUM MOTOR CO. NOLAN CHEVROLET STEBBINS MOTOR CO. SHEEHAN-RISSLER AUTOMOTIVE SALES CORPORATION SMITH MOTOR CO. WYOMING AUTOMOTIVE COMPANY CASPER SUPPLY CO. 1 1 1nn1u1..1..-...-.1-1..1..1.......-...1.,.1 1 1 - 1I.....I.11,.I1II.-.nn-.u.,1..1l.tll1.n1lg1 1 1 1 1 1 in.1..1..1l.-.ql1q.1..1..1..1..1q THE 1932 GUSHER ---+ DRIVE INTO ! , 0 0 0 0 E HSPCI' S IHCSL 1 lng t3lI1OI1 1 ! l t 5 0 R l I A In ai 5 MQ'-ix?---T ' I I And Fill Up Witli WHITE EAGLE BANNER GASOLINE AND KEYNOIL MOBILOILS AND GREASES I QUAKER STATE OILS, 10O0!0 PURE PENNSYLVANIA R E M E M B E R 5 All crankcase draining, transmission and differential work, car washing, thawing out l frozen radiators and crankcases are done in our enclosed steam-heated building. ---FREE CALL FOR AND DELIVERY SERVICEH- For Quality and Service We Challenge Them A11 YOU KNOPV ME A. E. CHANDLER, Independent WHOLESALE PHONE 465 RETAIL-SECOND AND PARK ,-.,.1..1..1uinl...runninpig-1',1l.1..1..1,, 1 1 1 - 1 -'I' THE 1932 GUSHER L l 1 Oi'I1II1II-IIH1lu1ll-nu-in-ll-uu1n-n1u-u1u--nu1nu-1 nvun -uu1uu1nn1-un-un1un1-nu1nu-1 unuu 1 uuuu 1 unuu 1 :nun 1 vuxn 1'-use .gnu-un-1 - rvll -I1mI11"-IIN-14"--'Il'-""1"'1 "N"- f d t. Q Men H1'1llxA7O1I1Cf1 A OWCI' S Ol' Gfa lla lOll A A who know 2 Presentation Bouquets i --- p 1- e f e 1- --- i Corsages I i Q -SELECT FLOWERS ZVIODERA TELY PRICED- : I THE GLADSTONE 2 ' - COFFEE SHOP ! - I BLGSSOM FLO VV ER SHOP I 1 Q,ME,EWQ I Bonded Member National Florist 'Telegraph Delivery Association Q I - HELEN MOORE, PROPAAETOR ' G L A D S T O N E Q Henning Hotel Corner Phone 310 - H O T E L .Q......,- ,... .. .,.. .. .... - ..,. - .... -..A ....... ..u-..n-n.,... ......... ..,- .... - .... -,,.-,.,-,.g. ,Q,,.. .,,, .. ,,,, .. - .... - .... - .,., .. ..,. - ,,.. -n..-.... .. ....... 'inn-In 1111 un-nn-nn1nu--AA1 1 1n1mn-:io a!nn1m1-1uu1-nn-m11An1u-m11tm1M-un-M1 Illl 1 ..1. - ..1. -- .,.. 1m.1.m.- .,.. ..-ml--In.-An.-A.1n.1 -11.11-I--1-A----AI1 -nu- I THE I BLUEBIRD STORE l FARREN'S MUSIC C0 Q L. T. HALI, EVA M. HALI. I L ' GROCERIES lCASPER OWNEDJ CONFECTIONS L i Smokf'rs'Suppliex f , in 1 no H ,K ,W ,f, E WJ, A Schoo! Supplzes i ICE CREAM i g EVERYTHING IN MUSIC AND i SOFT DRINKS i -CDPEN EVERY DAY- l 7:00 A. M. to 11:30 P. M' : 544 South Center Tel. 2051 i ! 128 West Second Street Phone 342 .Q..-......,A-...- .... -.,n- .,.. -.... -..- .... - .... ... .... ...u-..-i. 4,,,..n.,.. ,.,. ....,.. ..., - .........n- -..H ........... .. - - - - -.-M-..-..... 1-hu-lu THE 1932 GUSHER I THE 1 CA PER ATIO AL BA E E CASPER, WYOMING. U. s. A. I I 43 Years of Service May We Serve You l CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - - szso,ooo.oo E Depository for funds of the United States Government, State of VVyoming, County of Natrona, City of Casper, etc. 1 l W COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS l Investment Secur1t1es FO1'C1gl1 Bankmg i 0 O I Executors, Admxmstrators and Guardlans 1 Safe Deposit Boxes PATRICK SULLIVAN, CHAIRMAN or BOARD P. C. NICOLAYSEN, President C. H. McFARLAND, Cashier J. W. OUDERKIRK, Vice-President H. CLARE, Assistant Cashier i G. R. HAGANS, Vire-President R. E. BARTON, Assistant Cashier i ROBERT GRIEVE, Director O. L. WALKER, Dirertor i 5 1..1,,.-.,1q.-qu.-qp.-q...,.1.--. -. .1 1 1 -. .- 1..- ..1g.iu.-ss..-1.1 .- .- ..- 1 1 1 -. .. -n:in:- 1- :f -:, :1 -zz: 1:1 .i::iu:-I:f:l-zufln-u:l1-l5-u1u1n- - -1 1 - - 1 -1 - - -lug-lu-up-11:-up-sup1ln1uu-1 1-n-n-n-? THE 1932 GUSHER .g..-..,.- ......-....-....-....-...,-M..-.... W.-,,,,1..nilm-nu-nl-:nnl11miun1n1n -....-..l.-....-....-....-..,,-,...- - -N..-....- Q...-......n..-........,..-..,.-....-,...-,.,.....,.-..,.-...-....-,...- 5- E Q I 2 It Pays Well To Wear Well Tailored Clothes QUALITY SHOP CHENEY NECKWEAR ENRO SHIRTS LADIES, READY-TO-WEAR i STETSON HATS KUPPENHEIMER CLOQTHES Q 7 - I MILLINERY - NOVELTIES Q FLORSHEIM SHOES F Q S E -E f Campbell-Johnson Lompany 1 1 f LovINA H. LOEHR, PROP. l "HEAD-T0-FOOT CLOTHIERSH 227 East First Street JUST ONE PRICE JUST ONE PRICE Phone 178 i- .ll. - .l.. - .l.l - ,l.l -l- l.l. -H ........ l.l. - .-.... T- - .ll. - .l.. - .l.l - l.l. - l.l. - .l.. - .l.. -ri im- l.l. - - lll. - ..lW - l.f. - l.l. - lll. --M--E --M- ffu- -'-- - -f-' - f'-' - f-11 - .1" - '-1- -m-- lfl- -m-- ...- - ...- - .... - .... -N? Tu- 1-v- - -llf - flvl ---------- flfl - '--' - I m-"- "" - -"' -------- - - - -""-"""! . E T i MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT Q 7 C 1 ' I z I R -It , ! RICHEY Q COOLEN ongratu atlons i CORNER FIRST AND DURRW STS- TENTS, AVVNINGS AND ALL CANVAS GOODS 1 I 5 . i Midwest Gasoline Flags and Decoratlons - I z S S I K I s T L E R ! - Penzoil Motor Oil i 2 E T I TENT AND AWNING COMPANY L WHULESHLE - RETAIL i l "BEST IN THEIRRTLINEU j PHONE 210 245 SOUTH CENTER STREET PHONE 206 CASPER ---------- WYORHNG 'l'u1un- -.- -....-....-....-....-....- - 1nuu-uru1nn1n,,-,,,.- i,m1nu1 1 1 1 i L 1,91-,,,..-.,,,i,,,,.-H..-.nn1nv1,,n1,l,,1g.1 , I -H-I-I---vb '!'-...,-....-....-,...-....-.... 'I' XX'I'I'lI IIICST XYISIIICS 'VO 'VIIIC CLASS OF 1932 DIAMONDS : : : WATCHES I 994 'I 1....1.1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1.m1.. +I-..,. 1n..1.m1m.-m.1.m Tllli 193.2 GUSHE CONGRATULATIONS WYOMING STATIONERY COMPANY XV. KI. CORBR I IJGIC .I Illllllfjfl' OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES TALLIES FAVORS GIFTS GREETING CARDS SCHOOL SUPPLIES 130 SOUTH XVm.co1'T S1'Rls1sT PHONE 77 -Il,I1.1.V1.1Q11111.1I-1.1..H11.H1W.1....1.m1....1.m1.m.1I...1....1....- R 'I' I 5 I I I I I I I I I Q. 'I'--In--II-I.I-ml-I-.I-I.I.-fm-I-..-ny.-H...-.... --1-111 ..., 1 .,.,1....1....1....1..i, THE 1932 GUSHER 10111011 1I'H1"I'-'Hl1HH1IlII-I-11 11111 IH-1111111111 111-1 I --III'-nw :in Farina -111 nu-Au1Al1m-1uu1nn-uu.-.m-.m--mr-M1un1un -111 1111:- f I I I I STA DARD I I I WHOLESALERS' ASSOCIATION I . . 0 extend tl1C11' congratulations to the I Class of 1932 g MEAIBERS I Bailey School Supply Stacy-Schlenk Company I School and Office Supplies NVholesale Fruits l N . A. W. Bailey, Manager H. O. Schlenk, Manager j Casper theatres are settlng an enter- Nicolaysen Lumberco. 5 ' ' . Casper Packing Co. L b Q tamment standard that 15 reached by Fresh and Smoked Meats Lg1CffNiCOlaySen, Manager I but a very few theatres elsewhere . . . and A-ard . . hp . 81 1 C i Chas. Nelthammer Pltfbufg Tut Gjass 0- ,, 5 I lttsburgh Proof I roducts I It is because our theatres are independently owned Casper Supply Co. Neal FYACIB Manager I and operated by Casper people-allowirrg the pur- Accessories, Machinery and parker Bros. Cigar 35 Tobacco I chase of every pzeture, worthy of showzng, from CE'lxect:cal5Iuppl1es C Comgaagyb , ' ' T. , on in, anager igars an o acco l efver-1 producer of flfotzon Pictures. Claude Parker, Manager I . . . Crane-O'Fal1on Supply Co. I Enjoy all the blg pictures made by PlE11:ICrESulp1ihieS TEE, E2l,'lQ,f,I:jfdC15ffg','fTeff' Paramount, Fox, R. K. O.. Warner ' ' yte' wage' 1"'G' Had'eY'Ma'1age' T Bros., First National, Metro-Gold- J. S- BrownMercanfi1e CO- The Temcompany : , - ' , T ' Groceries Wyoming Automotive Co. W yn player' Linn' ersaly L' lifted O. C. Goss, Manager Automotive Accessories I IAI'f1StS Corp., and Columbia, W- 1'-Wllkffsom Manager I MECord-hrady Company Wgoming Groiietiy Co. E , YOCCUCS roceries an 'ruits A -'XT W. A. Schultz, Manager p R. P. Howard, Manager Rohlff Lumber 8: Supply Co. g IIIAIIO AND AMERICA IHEAIRES E I -s'-......-.....................-....-..-.....................u-...........-...-............. at popular prices everyone can afford. Paxton 8: Gallagher Groceries plies A. G. jones, Manager "Wyoming Wants Wyoming Trade" Lumber and Building Sup- Oscar Rohlff, Manager -..-..,l -i-...-. -..............-.,.-.............,..-...........-..-..,.....-l.- ... .....-........g. -.m1,.1,..1uu1 ...4.1.n1nu1....1.nn1uuin -nu-n 11111-111 nn--nk I C H A D D 0 C K ' s 'rms LKORN I 1 suor , Home Made Candy Peanuts Buttered Corn 225 SOUTH Cmvrlsn STREET CASPIER : : VVYOMING THE REAL DIFFERENCE I I -1- There's so much noise in the cafeteria nowadays that a fellow can scarcely hear himself eat. "I shall now illustrate what I have in mind," said Mr. Corbett, as he proceeded to erase the blackboard. Mason Henry-"Well, we never were very good friends." joe B.--"May I have the last dance?" Mary jane K. - "You've had it." "How's your wife coming along with her driving, Joe?" "Oh, she took a turn for the worse last week." 1-ul1nl::-llsu-llu-:li-llc-ll--lui hills? I I E BETWEEN MEN IS ENERGY I More power to you in the Class of '32 - I . I Colzseum ,Motor Co. I 1-.gl11,1..1...1un1uu1uu1uu...nn-.1 1.11141 .1.w1..1,.1,.,...u 1...-.un1.g1nu1u I 1 -if ..,..,1.... 1 1 1 -. 1 ... 1gu-...1qu1..... 1 -. i.l1un1..1p.-1.u1ni. THE 1932 GUSHER I I mhz Qfasper Efrihune-igeralh VVitl1 lleartiest congratulations to the Class of 1932 and this year's Gusher l I I I I I I ..- ..,,.,,,, ., ..l-E W Covers W3'onzing Like a Blanket I I I I I 'I' THE 193.2 GUSHER 'f""" "" --'---'-- "" - ' ' - -"" "" - "" """- "" - ""'- ' "' ------- U"-'HQ' Salesman: "Yes, sir, that llandkerchief is a I copy of one used by Napoleon, even down to . T the embroidery all around the edge-and the I C O 11 1' H I L1 I El I 1 O 11 S I price is only five dollars. Five small cart- ' I wheels, sir." I -from - Klan: "Okay, I guess tlI:It's not too much 2 monev to blow in." 5 I ' Mr. Corbett: "Relieve it or not, ofIicer, 1,111 I 2 lmntin' for a parkin' place." ' Officer: "lint you IIHVCIIII an automobile." I Mr. C.: "Yes, I have, It's in the parkin' I place I'nI lookin' for." I I IM- i'-' ---- I - -1-- - i--- - f--- ----- '--1 - I I- I I I 5 2 I I I SNAPPY STYLED FINE FITTING 7 I THE TAILQR-MADE SUITS I PHONE 260 817.50 and UD 146 SOUTH CENTER STREET CASPER TOWEL -i'I-- --f- - f-f- ---u- -l'- - -'-- --------'-- -1-1 - --ll - llil - ,-L1 - --1- - 1-1' - ---- - --ll - -1-- - '-'- - -1-' - 1-i' - "-- - ---' - "-' - ,--' - -'-- - -'-- - --A- ---I I I I --- --- I +-- "" -m-- - 'li' -W ----- 'm-"- -f'- -In ------ M-M- - -- ------- M-H+ and ! i E 5 I I ' - I i LINEN SUPPLY chool uppl1es--- , I i I F u r n 1 s h e r s o f I I I I I Text and Library Hooks-Stationery-Art llaterials C L E A N L I N E N Busy VVorIc-School Furniture-Janitor Supplies, etc. I I I I I ' I - I I Bailey School Suppl House I I ..-II. I 444 WEST RAILROAD Oppmff Afhzeffc Field PHONE 2060 Q I 5 Q I CASPER ---- WYOIXIING PHONE 641 I Ciluuinn :-1-1-1 -- ----11-1-111-1 1 1-11-11 uw-nfl 'f II-nn 11--11 II 1uII1Im 1111 nu-1+ 4. .......-..-.,.-..-,.,.-...-....-..........- - -...-..-...-.I.-....-. -. -....-I...-...-......g. 0. L. Walker Lumber Co 137 West Railroad NVest of Center Ph one 240 'WAI 2 , Q C'1:f'c'R Q We have just what you want for REPAIRIN G or REMODELING ---Estimates Gladly Furnishecl--- 1..1u.1 1..-...1,...-..1.Hin?H1..1.I,1uI.1.II,1..1.u1uu1.n1 -.uniuu I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -.4. THE 1932 GUSHER aim-1IIII1IIII 1111 IIII1un1IIII-IIII1IIII1IIII-IIII1uII1uu1u.I1nu1IIu1un-un--u1nu1n-or I I I MEET ME AT I I I I I IIIISII Dry Good CI. I Style, Quality and Prices Unequaled I I I I I I I I I I I I Q I I I 1 . I I I I I I Full Line of I I DRY GOODS NOTIONS I , I I LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S I WEARING APPAREL I -I- I I -1- -1- 'l' THE 1932 GUSHER I I I I I I I I Q ---Home of the--- ECONOMY SHOE BASEMENT VVE REPAIR SHOES CH LTE HARDWARE COMPANY HARDWARE -Including- SUMMER AND WINTER SPORTING GOODS ...ml1.,i 1 .. 1 .. 1 ..- im,1my...in1..u1.m.-...I.-Hif-lmlnullm.-nu1m.-.m.- 1 1 1 .- .- -. ..,,..1q --.n,.1n,,1nn1nu1.1nn1.nn1nuuu.-.,m1nu1ml-unip.,1.,n1..y,....,,11nn1mv-lm..,m1nnn1run--m.1M...,,,,1 .- .1 .1 1,115 Orville Jones: "VVhat's the best exercise for reducing?" Jack Dalton: Ujust move the head slowly from right to left when asked to have a second helping." Mrs. Caldwell: "I told you to count to fifty, Marietta, before losing your temper. And now I find you have locked little brother in the closet." Marietta: ulilll still counting, Illlllllllly, and I want to have him where I can find him when I'n1 finished. lf" 'li' ' 'll' ' l'i' ' l'l' ' i"' ' iii' ' 'lt' ' lil' ' i'l' "Tl" ltt' 'nl' All Students Know ---That--- S P R E C H E R , S NEW FOUNTAIN 1 i I Serves the i l I Best Soda in Town ! I Q l l 411- l I F- 1 I l L I OPEN 7:30 A. M. TO MIDNIGHT I . o!n1nu1un 111111 -- ---111-11--1-111--1-- IIII - '41 'i'n1 vuuv - :nnu 1 eun: - :unu 1 -fiv -:m- nlin 1 ifvl -un- .nli 1 -v-- 1 vili -mi-noi .n.....,1,,.1,..,1..,-.mi,,-.1..1.n.-ln-.m14,,...,,,,1'.-........,m1,.E-il..1,,,1..u1u..1..u- FOR BETTER AUTO SERVICE Call 2.341 1'lRIC RISPAIRING BRAKE ADJUSTING WASHING, QTREASING AND BATTERY RECHARGING Diamond and General Tires at Lowest Price in History TEXACO G,-XSOLINE and all M akes of Oils SIMMONS SUPER SERVICE FIRST AND XA70I.C0'I"l' STREETS PHONE 2341 Qu -..-..-,,n-........-........-..,.-........l-..-....-....-..-..l-l......-....-l..............-..f. ,-..,....,,,.-..,...,..-M..,...i.....-...,-m..-nn-H..-,...-..,,,,-I...-1...-nn-or "THE SHOP FOR YOUNG MEN" SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES 'ACLUBH CLOTHES IVILSON BROTHERS IIEIBERDASHERY MALLORY HATS ag 152 SOUTH CENTER STREET -..L .g.-..u-n.-...-....-....-W-,..-........-..-......,.-.,...... -.-......-......-..-..... THE 1932 GUSHER --nl -1--1 ..1,...-....-...-mi, .... 1 .-..1.........-...-...-,.....,......1..-..-.!p ! l ! a tu ral as l ! E i Y 1 HTHE CAREFREE FUELD "If It's Done With Heat--- You Can Do It Better With Gas" l NeWYork Oil Company DISTRIBUTORS OF i N A T U R A L G A s 441 South Center Street Phone l501 l -1- . all-m1-nu1nn1un--nn1wu1uu11m1nn1uu1am1am1pm1uu1un-.m1uu--uu-nn1nn1 -u THE 1932 GUSHER '!'---HH-""-'w- Ivl- - -llv - IIII - '-'- - -lfl -Iw- '-'- - "'- - '-v' - -"' - -"' - "-' 1"T "-' -"- !- -""'-""- ! We must remember that the youth of today will control the business of tomorrow. T T ! ! Q O l yo ming 1 T l l 1 1'l1 S t T ompan Wife extend to central NVyo1ning complete service in all branches of banking T -nu..uu1 Tun ,1nn1n1 ... 1 1 1u.-nn,nn1nn.-nn1nninn-.un.-.mn1 1 1 1 -, J -.- . fOMBINE EX CISE ll I-715451125 RIPE :xg J V N'-"--- Nl - I . THE MAPLE-WAY BOWL AT THE P. Sz R. BUILDING Une hour of bowling the easy plan To make the world a heallhy man. HAGGERTY 85 TUNKS, PROPRIETORS Everything in Paint and Glass PITTSBURGH PAINT 8 GLASS CUMPANY -nu..um1nn1nu1nn-nn1-nn1nn-nn.-un1m.-. imlnulnn.-uu1un1nu-.un1uuinu1.un... ll...1...,1....lm,-.lm.-.m.1,.,.1.0,-.lm-un1....1nu-- 1 -. 1 1.-,ml 1 ini., 1q.1n1,.1..1..1W...-n1n,1...1.u1..1, 1,q1..1..1. 1 1 ..1n1un-10.1 1.11. Jack Long: "I know a guy who was killed by getting I' out of the wrong side of the LUKING TAILOR it bedf' David Reed: "Yeah?" I Jack L.: "He got out of ll the wrong side of a lower ll berth." 1? 257 South Center Street 'I Sambo: "XVell, Rastus, : this shore looks like little l clog weather." Rastus: "What do you I mean?" I Sambo: "l"ups it'll rain and p'ups it won't." Cleaning f Repairing - I Passenger tgetting oh' the trainl: "Fish-hook. That's an odd name for a town. VVhat's the idea?" is Condustor: S'Iti's at the ofa end of the line." Pressing n-nina-un1nu1nu1nn-np1n-uu-.n-1nn1u1,n1u-.n1M..n-1un1u...-u1un1uu-in GAY MORTUARY ! " no ru' 9' : , I .4.- I I ! l l ! fix L 'bis-I' CASPER -...... WYOMING .-.,.-..-..-.. ------------ ..-...-...-....-..-..---4. THE 1932 GUSHER 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.11-u1u1u1.q1 1 1..1n1u1l.1-11,111- THE CASPER MORNING TIMES "Wyoming's Fastest Growing Daily" CONGRATULATES The Class of 1932 on its splendid achievements and wishes each and every member the best the future can offer. THE GROINING INSTITUTION A newspaper depends upon its acceptance by the com- munity which it serves for its life and continuance. It is a vital factor in the economic and intellectual growth within the radius of its coverage. VVe are glad to say that the growth of The Times has been phenomenal. We are glad that its readers have taken it into their homes as part of the family, and that the merchants of Casper and Wyoming have supported it so admirably. Therefore we take this opportunity to extend our thanks to the community, it being our hope that -we may serve you more and more as time goes on. CHARLES W. BARTON, PUBLISHER. -nn -nu 11111 uI-uuuinn11:1:mins-Il1uu1uu1un:lu1ll1lu1Il1ll-C1040 'I' l l l ll l I l if ll 1 l l l ll fi l l ei l I 1 I l ii fl . ,, il I, I . li . THE 1932 GUSHER 'I THE TROY LAUNDRY co. ! "Safe Washing" i Phone 1672 i I 1 T 1 i I I A lllember ofthe Laundryowners' National Assoriation i 4- 'Eu-n-M1un-nu-ll-n1wu-n----nu-nn1nn-n1n--u-m--.I-.E-....,..-,.... i PHONE 56 146 NORTH JACKSON I l L L . 5 The Service Cleaners i 1 HORSCH se NYGAARD L 1 ! CASPER - WYOMING ! 'I'-:u1an1-u-E. 111-1 11-,, 1 ,,1,,i, , ,,,,,+ -..1..1.g1,,.1...-g.1..1...-...1gq....1...-..i.,1.g.-...ingiq.-..,.-M1 ...nip ....,1..1..1I......-I.-qF-....n1...-M1-..-.,1..1......1,......1..1I..---11.-Q. gr,.,.....1.,,..,.,...u,...,.1..1..1,..1...- 1 ... ..-q..- -. .. ---n1nu.-un..-n . Hunter Furniture CO. NEW AND USED FURNITURE ' S T C V E S R U G S 207 SOUTH DURBIN STREET PHONE 2200 ...1,, 1 1 1 1 1 1..1..1..1.u1.qn1uln +.-un-u.inn.-u.1nI.-nu.-un.-nn-n-svm-' L. D. Branson Service "If It's Electrical, We Can Do It" BATTERY SERVICE United Motor Service-Delco-Klaxon-Remy AC Speedometers - Zenith Carburetors - Bosch Service Clum Switches - Auto-Lite Service Lovejoy Shock Absorbers DELCO FARM LIGHTING PLANTS PHONE 383 359 EAST SECOND STREET CASPER PVYOZWING -.,..lu1u, .- .- 1. 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1m1gI.-.,.-u,1..1-.uu- Did you ever see a. bed spring? Or a policeman's beat? Could a horse Hy in a circus ring? Or did water ever creek? Was there ever tears in a potato's eyes? Does a wagon bite its tongue? What do they do with wall paper? After it is hung? Did you ever see a cow slip? Does a board ever walk? And if a shoe has a tongue? Did you ever hear it talk? Did you ever sec hay leave? If so where did it go? Now if you can answer all these questions Will you please let me know? THEME SONGS l'll Get Ily--VVith a IV in English. just a Night of Meditation-Night before any exam. Among My Souvenirs-That one and only II. I'll Never Ask You for More-If you'll let me pass this time. I'loddin' Along-The Freshmen. A Spell of the Blues-Report Card Day. A Storm on the Sea-Arguing with a yel- low instead of a blue slip. When the Roll Is Called-Roy Gorrell absent again seventh period. -Exchange. Farmer-"You're an hour late, Arnold." Arnold Daly-"Yes, I was kicked by a horse on my way here." Farmer-"'I'hat shouldn't have detained you an hour." Arnold-"XVell, see, the horse kicked me the other way." First Janitor--"I fdund that 'To Be Used in Case of Fire' sign that some one stole." Second Janitor-"Where was it?" First Janitor--"They had it nailed over the coal bin." THE 1932 GUSHER owers or raduatzon ! n l A well to be remembered day in girlhood, a day that is not complete without a beautiful g bouquet of roses. Flower gifts are not only made at the Commencement exercises, but 5 are sent to the homes of the fair graduates. 0 5 Flowers For A11 OCCHSIODS---FfCSh, Select, at il 'Moderate Prices Q ' 5 l SEND YOUR OUT OF TOVVN ORDERS THROUGH .OUR T F. T. D. SERVICE yi l n 2 1 g Casper Floral Nursery Co, 3 PHONE 20 Turner-Coffman Building 122 WEST SECOND inlillltllilli 1011 '1 -1 - 1 iIllIITlliilll!llilllllllllTUlllllil T T 1llill'1'lTll""'T"l"i'L ,r.....,,1.,.,1. 1n.1.,1..1nn 1-11111 lg1uuiuu1qg 11111 - -1 1 1uu1un:u1un1al1ll- l NEW IVIODERN FIREPROOF ll it ll f ' H i HO I' EL TOW SE D ii 3 Price may catch the shopper, but it A U is ser-vice that holds the customer. 2 ,l l CAFE AND COFFEE5SHOP Tune in on 1440 Kilocycles AND LISTEN TO il H STATION KDFN 4: ' I l 1 CASPER, WYOMING if l 'S'-M1111 1v11111 ' 1"'1I'"'-"W1"'1"'1"""""""1"'1""""-"" 1111 1 1""""1"""'1"S' THE 1932 GUSHER q..-..-...-...-,.,.-.,,....,,-,,.-, ...-, - ---.. ... .... -......-..............-..... 2 I i ' 7 PERMANENTS 1 -'-Q FACIALS : -, , Ill- U, ,,yfi""'5Egy,, M .IRI MARCELLING ! 0 BLEACHING ! i- H A FINGER WAVING 1 jgxi 7 DYEING ! 4 BETTY'S BEAUTY PARLOR ! 1 EXCEPTIONAL BEAUTY WORK i I EXPERT OPERATORS Tribune Building ! ETTA E. DORIUS, PROP. CASPER, WYOMING i,fli:ffIIf,fi".'.'f'f f fif'ii"'M'.'.'l'lfi'i'fIlflflfIIQ"' i 5 A FAMOUS FOOD STORE I - CENTRAL SHOES --- ALLEN A ESOEIERY --- INFANTS' WEAR COSMETICS COUNTER --- DRY GOODS and NOTIONS i CASPER COMMISSARY, Inc. i 442 East Yellowstone I --AHd- "A HOME OWNED STORE" l . .g.-.........-..... ....-....................-..-..,-..,.........,...-..,.-......-..- - - - .. - .. .. .................... 3 Carolyn Garberg: "If you were to stand with one foot On a dime, tell me what chain of stores you would represent." James Salter: "I give up." Carolyn: "Kresge-nothing Over ten cents." Diner: "What is this, waiter?" Waiter: "Filet of sole, sir." Diner: "Send it back to the kitchen and ask them to remove the rubber heels." ! W. G. PERKINS 8: 2 g COMPANY i i l 1 2 Incorporated A L Q I Q -of I S i , CASPER, WYOMING ! i Q wo- 1 5 2 I l -fOr- l i l Attractive Table and l Decorative Linens i Silk Lingerie and i 2 Hosiery l ! sin-nn 1111111 nn-nu-u-nu-sa-ll1n'o .-............i,...,...,.-.....-...-.i-...-........i........4. +- ransportation and ravel ---BY--- I I DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE " AMERICAN EXPRESS SYSTEM Rail -- Steamship -- Air I THE 1932 GUSHER 'I' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I An organization experienced and prepared to handle and assist you in any part of your I transportation and travel problems to or from any point in the World. I I I I I Railway Express Agency II Telephone 2520 A CASPER -------- ------- W YOMING Dependable For Anything Sendable I .Q....-..-..-.- ...,-..-. -..,-I.-..-- .-.. ..-..-..-..-..-.......-..-.... -......-..-.. I I I i I I I I I -.--.--..-.--.--.--.--.--..-4. THE GUSHERL' uid-nn-ul--lu1lu-ll:-Ilia:--nn-:uninn1nn1uu1nn1nIv-1nu-nn1nn-nu1qn1n.-pn.-...nip 1 . 1 I EDWUN BARRETT I ! ' I ! LAWYER Q ! ! I 433 MIDWEST BUILDING PHONE 1020 I I -nlIvu:nur-lulillluniluvnu-:anim -- 1 1 uiuulnnw- 1 I1-1111111.11-lquinullgu.-1-Q9 VTIllllll'Tll"'llillllll1'-lllTlllTlli'llTI I-'llilllliilmllllTlllIlllTllllTltl7Illllll-Q Q I I , , : I GEORGE- A. VVEEDBLL 1 1 LAWYER g 427 MIDWEST BUILDING PHONE 540 2 CASPER, WYOMING L-lIill11lllTllTll'-'llilllIl1"llllll!!FI-IIllIlllllllll-lrllilllv-llllllllluirlliun-nul1lllli igvs1n1vn11il1ll:ll-nn:-wx-ts-lninlinn-nn-1n1l1nl-uu-n:nn1nn-nn-nn-n-nn-O? I : i 11 H.SCPHWARTZ I I Q LAWYER g PHONE 1172 415 CONSOLIDATED ROYALTY BUILDING i CASPER, WYOMING V 4'll'-'lllllillllil-10ll!iIlllllllTIIITIIillllllvilllilll-Illllllln-llillplhl--llllzllllll-iii t!u:-ll1ll-nn1nu1lw--nl1uu-1:miniun--ruin-nInlun--nn1nn-1.11,-n1mI-1.1-ng-3? 1 L 5 R. H. NICHOLS 1 i LAWYER 306-10 CONSOLIDATED ROYALTY BUILDING L CASPER, WYOMING I i at-null:-1:1111l-ruinn--willI-IIII1llivulnu-111111:-u1nu1nu 1111 luxuuinio l1....ln1.u1...-gui 1.11.1111-.n.-g 1 1 1 1...g-ul-.q-n-uu-uu1-u- ....... 4.-......-In-...-..-..-..-......-.... .. - - - .. - - .-..............-. q-..m4.ym+in....IIinI...Ql-qu...M.a1m1all...grinl.a-ln.-ly,-g:.iqg-Q-1-I.-na-u -:n:An-T iMARVTN1gIHSHOP,1R. 1 ' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW i Smith Building I PHONE 78 P. O. Box 655 ! -I- 4..-I.-. ---- .........-...-..-.............-..-..-..-..-...- - ........-.......-.!. I ROBERI'R.ROSE I LAWYER PHONE 441 415 CONSOLIDATED ROYALTY BUILDING CASPER, WYOMING 1 -II1uuiun1:ruin.n1uu-un-1E1-un1nu1un1uu1In1lu1uIl1Illilllivl 1 1 1""-'ii' HARRY DURHAM i LAWYER 309-1 1 CONSOLIDATED ROYALTY BLDG. Phone 794 Q ..uq1u.g... 1 1ng-nl'gg'.1l.1.l.1., 1 1 1. DR.yJ.DONAvAN 1 DENT IST 113 EAST SECOND STREET PHONE 66 -f- Qu-n-::1:a1::ia-:inf 11:11:11: 7 n-:Y u1n1n:: u: 'I DR. M. A. SHIKANY ll DENTAL SURGEDN I 305 MIDWEST BUILDING I PHONE 187 .y....- - .-.-..-..-..-.. ...-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.....l. fr..-C' 11:1 ..-...-..-..L..-.::..-..1:::..in14. I-A radio Crooner I died, lady. Will you H giiK1e?na dollar to bury ll H Miss Slind: "Here's ve dollars my man." on Bury Eve of them." NEW GYM Goodrich and 1 H Krusmarlc CASPER - - - WYOMING .gL....-..-..-..-..- -..-..-......-.........-..,l The modern girl can talk rings around the third finger of her left ll THE I932 GUSHER -..-..- - - -L ..-..-..-..-..-.-..-..-..-........:,F..-,---E1- Compliments ...E 5 HENNING BARBER SHOP ...xg jg WYOMING'S FINEST .5 ll FLOYD RIGGINS, Proprietor ,, - -.- -- -- -.-.---..-- -.----.-- .1 hand. ---r-- - - - fr- - -- -- - - E - -- T""""""""""""' ' ' "'"'"""'"""""""""""""""""'mT I I: XfVith Cordial M ll r: G 0 o D WI s H E s il ! I: I to THE CLASS OF 1932 fl I . . . Commerczal Przntzng Co. l..-.-.-.-.-..-..-....-....-..-........-..-..-.-..-..-.-..-.-..-. THE 1932 GUSHER :Inn-nninn1.nl1nu1:minn....un-m11nn-un-W1-Ininn-lm-.H--1.1n--Iu1nu1nu-m....m-- Photography In This Publication 1 ---lby --- Q 77705. G. Cczrrzgen DeLuxe Stud1os i m I I -.,........-....-.....- -lm-....-...........- i Photographs Live Forever S -M1nn-nn1nn.1nn-nn1un.-nn..nn. DALY BUILDING Use Your Credit AYRES JEWELRY Co. 130 East Second St. CASPER, WYO. ! . I ofa-lm-un-ul -1--1 1-n1un-lm--nu-un-In--nu-nu-nn -1--1 In-u.-1.141 Of'-nu-nu ----11 I--m-nn--m-nn1.1011-H1-1111...1 1 1 - --m-Iw- u bln IWW! Z 'I 1Q?'!llmMililillillhP1lHlaw,,m V-so S. II1 ' 'IH '. S gills: liillliilsgwwllllllllllillfflf""'llH"wHmm A Obserueizofl ft A Xxi 1 H A ll,, I . 'l M All 4 423 at efer:I:.r" H., 5. 2 AA AMA 5 A h..,f5,i,, an-l9irpinBencl. XO Zi A with M, Jwlllajffmpl M 1' ' Y'1rQ:r- ,I s f A TUrn 3 . X f Q 'il -4- Fx,-PJN eh .a .mf ",,f-" "it"5 QW -- - "' I' ' " 32 .J l m X X . X2r'5'c0V5-ir? J "A X . I Lal-FTFYDP f 'i Q .K Tvfv QNe,,ke.5'l2..n1' 1. ,l,. 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"They're taking all those pay-as-you-leave cars off the line." AlWhy?U "Two Scotchmen starved to death in one." Husband: "How do you like this house? Should we buy it?" Wife: "Oh, it's lovely. The view is so Fine that it leaves me speechless." Husband: "Then we'lI buy it." Jimmy Banse, while standing outside of his tent, was shaving. The sergeant appeared and asked gruifly: "Do you always shave outside?" Jimmy: "Sure, do you think I'm fur lined?" Angry Parent: "Why were you kissing my daughter in that dark hallway last night, young man?" Bob Reed: "Now that I've seen her in the daylight, I wonder myself." Barbara Cin phonelz "I'm afraid your dinner will be burned a little tonight, darling." Howard: "Whatsa matter? Did they have a fire at the delicatessen?" Mr. Rucker: "What is water?" Charles Tangney: "Liquid that turns black when you put your hands in it." THIS 193.2 GUSHER 1 ISM - ' k I 29 al' S. E. 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