Natrona County High School - Mustang Yearbook (Casper, WY)
- Class of 1933
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NATRONA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
The following advertislers have helped to make our Annual successful. To
them should be given your patronage and our hearty thanks.
Nicolaysen Lumber Co. i Simmons Super Service
The Casper Tribune-Heilald Casper National Bank
MacManus Jewelers i Wfyoming National Bank
VViggins Shoe Store i XN'yoming Trust Co.
Schulte Hardware p Chandler Service Station
J. C. Penney Co. y Service Cleaners
Kistler Tent 8: Awning Casper Times
Campbell johnsoni Chaddock Pop Corn Shop
Andy Mathers T Luking, Tailor
Wyoiiiiiig Stationery Natrona Abstract and Loan
Ayres' .lewelryl Bailey School Supply
Murphy K Cog. Farren's Music Co.
Henning Barber Shop i Sandison's Market
Pittsburgh Paint EQ Glass Troy Laundry
Gladstone Hotel O. L. VValker Lumber
Mapleway Bowling Alley Blue Bird
Casper Automotive Tlrades Assn. Kassis
Blossom Flower Shdp Edwin Barrett, Attorney
Sprecher's Fountain Geo. A. VVeedell, Attorney
Naylor's D A H. H. Schwartz, Attorney
New York Oil Cp. Marvin Bishop, Attorney
VV. G. Perkins . Dr. Donovan
Rialto-America Theatres Robert R. Rose, Attorney
Casper Floral? R. H. Nichols
Richards-Cunningham . Gay Mortuary
Wholesalers Assn. p Coliseum Motor Co.
Townsend Hotel-Cafe p Quality Shop
L. D. Branson T Rognstad 81 Olsen
A. J. Woods Commercial Printers
Bus Depot p Goodrich Sz Krusmark
Gantt Hardware Railway Express
Betty's Beauty Parlor Casper Towel 81 Linen Supply
Hunter's Furniture Emil Hirschfeld
Villnave Service Station F. P. Moore
Casper Commissary Harry Durham, Attorney
Thomas Cardigen Richey fi Cooley
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It is the earnest wish of the Gusher Staff of
l933 in presenting this book to you, that you
iincl in the future within its pages, recollec-
tions of pleasant memories of happy high
school days. The theme which is expressed
in art work, throughout, is a living, modern
one---the simple, yet beautiful Gothic archi-
tecture of our own N. C. H. S.
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e THE GUSHER
To Mr. E. A. Straw, this Gusher of 1933 is appropriately
dedicated for his untiring efforts in the Athletic Depart-
ment which have resulted in the highest development of
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OF NATRONA COUNTY HIGH scHooL
To be able to say you've played the game
You must have abided by certain rules.
First is Honesty
To teacher and friends
And Reliance to one and all.
the intellect's goal
Which we all possess.
Amiability and Kindness
Pavle the way to Joy.
You must have practiced
And taken interest
iii the school's activities.
And then with Health
vvon the game,
lVe, the students of Nl C. H. S., believe that the highest ideals of life may
be obtained only by developing to the fullest extent all of our latent powers.
As an aid toward this worthy goal We accept the following ideals as ours and
shall strive earnestly to tdansfer them into habits:
Courage--Socialg Spiritualg Mental, and Physical.
Ambitiong Actiong Achievement.
Self Control by placing alppropriate emphasis upon all three faculties of the
mind-intellect, feeling and will.
Earnestness in all our worlk.
Recognition of our respoiisibilitiesg a cheerful willingness to cooperate.
Honesty with self as welllas others.
Interest in all worthwhilelschool and community activities.
Graciousnessg courtesyg sympathy.
l-lealth that these ideals nliay be accomplished.
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THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
By R. S. HlcKs
l'resident lli-txkv H. Pixrritrzsnx
Clerk - - J, ll. .'xRI!l'L'Kl.lC
Treasurer --------- ,5xI.l5l-IR'l' PARK
The Board of Education is the supreme agency of our people in respect to public
education. There are three functions which every school organization should accomplish:
Legislative or policy making, executive or the placing of policies in operation, and ap-
praisal or that function which attempts through careful examination and study of facts
and conditions to determine the efficiency of the executive function. The lloard of Edu-
cation exercises the legislative and appraisal functions but delegates the executive function
to a trained executive who is charged with the responsibility for advising ways and means
of executing efficiently the educational policies of the Board, Thus, our lloard of liduca-
tion adopts educational policies, selects the professional executive and delegates to him the
operation of the Boards plan, provides the financial means, and appraises the results of
the working of the plan.
No group of people should appreciate more than the high school student body the
very fine and efficient services of our Board of Education. Hours and hours of the very
valuable time of its members are consumed each month in deliberating on matters per-
taining to our best interests. lfach member is an individual of recognized standing in
the community as to civic interests as well as business ability and personal integrity. Our
sincere thanks and appreciation to our lloard of lidncation.
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ROBERT S. HICKS
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I THE GU S HER
By ELIZABETH CATH ER
Natrona County High School has seen great changes in the past fifteen
years. This institution has grown from a small, unequipped school into a
large and important factor in Natrona County.
In 1920 the present Iunior High building was built, and the high school
students proudly moved from the basement of the library into this S4-0,000
structure. Many peoplethought this building placed too far from the center
of town, for it was on the very edge of what then constituted our city.
Others feared the building was too large and would never be fully used.
At that time the student body consisted of two hundred and three boys
and girls. Seventeen teachers were employed to teach them. The military
corps was made up of seventy-five cadets.
The citizens of Casper, ever anxious to further the education of their chil-
dren, soon realized the inadequacy of their high school building. It. was
then that they entered upon one of the city's greatest projects-the present
high school building. Many pessimists shook their heads sadly when the new
building was actually begun, for it was to cost approximately 3,800,000 But
it was certainly worth it, for words cannot express the beauty and grandeur
of the structure that resulted. It was constructed on the Gothic plan of
architecture. The boys 'and girls will never be able to show their apprecia-
tion to the taxpayers.
Gradually the necessary details were added. In 1930, a pool was built
in order that the students might have the chance to enjoy its privileges. In
the summer of 1931, the new 375,000 gymnasium was begun. It was started
in the face of a serious depression and it must have taken courage and de-
ment, however, for it brought the State Basketball Tournament, which proved
to be a paying proposition, to our city.
Today the eleven thousand boys and girls who attend Natrona County
High School have access to many helpful departments. Auto' mechanics has
been emphasized in the last few years. There is a complete course in cabinet
making and metal works. Home economics is carried for the girls.
The taxpayers' greatest compensation may be that they have the sincere
appreciation of all the high school students for the unusual opportunities
This year the faculty has cooperated willingly by taking salary cuts. Mr.
Hicks is doing the work of two men most successfully. The daily routine
is carried on without friction. Surrounded by the beauty of the building
and the uniformity of the class rooms, the students are learning to become
the good and honest citizens that the country needs.
Q Education is imperative. The people of Casper may be complimented on
the fact that they realized that and have done their utmost to forward it.
Year after year the classes leave the portals of our school, each succeeding
class larger than the last. They leave to take their places in the world. But
they may well owe their success to their high school training. Our high
school stands as the most magnificent gift of the people to the youth of Casper.
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A. B.. Iowa State Univcsity
R. I.. S., University of illinois
Alpha Chi Omega
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Casper. VVyoming .
A. B., University of Michigan
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Coon Rapids, Iowa
A. ll.. State University of Iowa
Head of Science Department '
Sponsor of National Honor Society
Mk. Gu-:N N Ruciuaic Physics
Il. S. Kansas State College,
M. S. , Kansas State College,
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Phi Delta Kappa
Sponsor Senior Class
Coach of Senior Athletics
Miss W'1LL1E VANDIVI-za Biology
A. B., Nebraska Wesleyan I'niversity
A. M., Univesity of Colorado
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Miss JESSIE MAI-: Aoxizw Music
Oak Park, Illinois
American Institute, Chicago
Head of Music Department
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St. Paul, Minnesota
M acPfael School ot' Music
Sponsor of Allegro Clulw
Sponsor of T. N. T.
MR. S. K. VVALSII Music
A. B., Colorado State Teachers
Lambda Gamma Kappa
Kappa Delta Pi
Miss AMELIA SKARRA
Port Arthur. Ontario. Canada
B. P. E.. Chicago Normal School
Head of Physical Education Department
Sponsor of Senior Class
Sponsor of Gym Show
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B. S., University of VVisconsin
Sponsor of Gym Show
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lies Moines. lowa
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Iron River, Michigan
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Slate College of VVashim:t0n, A. H.
Phi Kappa Phi
Mies. BRYAN Art
Des Moines, Iowa
Chicago Art Institute
Vniversity of lowa
Kappa Alpha Theta
MR. l2ru.E W. hlILLER
Iowa State College
A. Hg, A. M., 'Colorado State Teacher
A. ll., A,M., Colorado State Teachers'
Kappa Delta Pi
Director of Night School
lllil A RTM ENT
M iss M ,xurz,tkr:1' Comm
Fort Vnllins. Fuloratlu
ll, S.. fillllbfillllb Agricultural Vullelli'
lh-Ita Delta Delta
lluacl nf llsnne liennnmies ll
M iss til..-vars JENKINS
lilk t'ity. Kansas
li. S.. Kansas State Teach
Graduate Vl'urk, lfniversit
tlraclnate VVnrk, Ames
llelta Sigma Epsilon
l'hi lipilun Otnicrnn
y uf Kansas
l.n-gt"1,jouN XY. lloxtrzwmnn
llakrr t'ity, Oregon
A. ll.. University nf Ort-gun
Spnnsur Mustang Onarml
Sponsor Officers' Club
Spnnwr Fresluuau Service f'lub
5ERtQl'1.'XN'I'-lUSl'Il'll ti. lnxmrxx
Selnmling in Pittshurgli
0 ---- l933 ---- O
Miss Rosie .'Xl.lt'l'I Cniilxs
A. ll.. l'nivcrsity nf NVysnning
flrafluate Work. Vniwrsity of
lirlueatinnal l'lulm nf XYyoiuiin.g
MIN. l!l'kNs Registrar
St-lnmling ne-ar St. l,--nu
XY. ll. .-Xxnrzksnx
Business Manager of Sclnml
lYvQtn-rll Micliigan State' Normal
l'nivL-rsity of Denver. Sclmril uf
Accounts and Finance
llllMlCR bl. Lui Manual Training
l'l1, ll.. t'ul9ratln State 'l'eacl1c'rs'
State 'l'c-clinical Seluml. XYiscunsiu
l.arulula tlanuna Kappa
0 ---- 1933 ---- 0
H ---- 11135-H 0
li EYER TEASDALE
MISS SKARRA MR. RUCKER
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
liy BETTY ISAII. AND b7IVIAN Hicks
It was 1929, a year which made history, Prosperity sneaked around the corner and wouldn't come
hack: the stock market crashed: fortunes were wiperl out: problems arose which the greatest men of the
time could not solve. In the midst of this chaos, a green and bewildered freshman class became the lesser
part of the student body of N. C. H. S.
In time, coming out of their bewilderment, they elected Carl Ilorstman, president: Eugene Pelton,
vice president: Bob Rose, secretary: and Margaret Cather, treasurer. Loran Riggins and Carl llorstman
began their high school athletics careers: Virginia VVitz starred in debate: and Vernon Bentley won the
Cromer Oratorical Contest. At the end of the year, this class had laid a foundation worthy of its future
Coming back for our second year we felt we were destined to do big things, VVe chose Vernon Bentley
for our president: Nancy Trowe, vice president: Joe Orr, secretary: and XfValter lleyer, Treasurer. Our
"C" pin average was very high: Vernon Bentley and Helen Smith won letters in debate: Loran Riggins,
Carl Horstman, Tom Teasdale, and Ronald Young were prominent in athletics.
VVhen we became juniors and upperclassmen, we realized that our accomplishments were great. Hut we
did not become conceited. Our goal was bigger and better things, and we did them! The Junior Follies,
with a Cabaret idea as the theme were so successful that two performances were given. The Seniors were
delightfully entertained at the Prom. VVe were well represented in all sports, dramatics, and on the debate
team. Vernon Bentley again led the class during this successful year. Betty Hall was vice president: Charles
Bowman, secretary: and Finley McClennan, treasurer.
As Seniors we have continued our good work. Charles Bowman was elected president of our class: Tom
Shoemaker, vice president: Tom Teasdale, secretary: and VValter Beyer, treasurer.
And now our high school days are over. Another class will take our place, and carry on our school tra-
ditions. We say good-bye with many regrets, and wewish to thank our school for the experience, aid and
happiness it has given us.
PQ? o ---- l 9 3 Q ---- 0
fii.,xm's .-Kim ns
llvr lieiulit is the la-ust of her."
tlu Full l I l 4' "t'uunt mil t' el
. .--1-. 1 2 U"fi
Girls' Sports: Gym Show l. J: All State
lt I-.lil-Li xyx .'Xl.I4I-IRT
llireu xllc-uses llwrm- uri: :Anil none ol
ilu-sr :ire worm-n."
Starrett School, Vhicago 3: l'niontown
High, .lg l.:ilin t'luh I-1. Trcas. l: Girl
l, t-irl Reserves l-2: I.fN.l., 4: A.lx.
K 4 Ili
: mnorary tliptuin of Co. IJ, 4:
A Luvsky Break : bleu fluln 4: lung-
t'Iul1, 4: Senior Vlass lluy: Na-
tional Honor Society: "l'ickli-su: Na-
l'.l.lK xiii-1'i'ii .'xI.l,HN
llut wriously, how can this he xvlwn
lu- ls never si-nous?"
farm- Vomvs to Follcgen: "Rnh'n
llooul :" Si-xti-tte 3.4: All State Vhoru-.
2' tl Nl Gl t'lnl: ' 54 ji
flll . IUWQ Ct' -. ., I '.
I-'ollii-N: Trio: "l'ickl4-a."
H1-r inn-rest in 4-verytliing ulaxle her
xx hal she- is. "
'l'.X.'I'.. l, I, J, 4: Pres. .lg Vice l'res..
4: liilitor-in-t'liiz-f of Annual, 4: A.K.
.-X., 2, 3,41 National Tliespizuxs. .l, 4.
lr:--, 4: Allegro t'lulr l, 2, 4: Girls'
lmzigiii- t'onnuiI, 4: Pres., 4: Annual
Smit. -3, 4 3. Gusln-r Statt. 3, 4: Execu-
tonnril, 4: Girls' Athletics, l.Z,
J, 41 .lg Yin- l'r4-S. Stulli-ut lluily,
t' lunior Follies, .lz Girl Reserves. l.
I: Gln- 1 luh Uperetla. l. 2, 5, 4: Quill li
mil Srroll, 41 "Skixl4liug," 3: "Lucky l
llrr-:ll-I." 4: Senior flaw Play. 4.
Xl ,ucv .'XxToN1x'u'u
XVlmt's the use oi worrying."
Atlilm-tics l, 1, .l, 4: Gym Slioxx .li film'
t'lnhl ' I 4
Ili-1'r'rx' I .or .Nunn 'x'iu.i:
Shi- wi-niw nligiulu-il lint xxaut till
von knoxx her."
tnrls lie-agile 2: l.N.l 42 Ulm' llllll
-4: Spaniish t'lul1 3, 4: Girl Reserves ll,
J: junior Follies .ll Honorary captain
uf 4'onip:iny ll: National Honor So-
"Serx'iv:e, satisfaction and soup."
Gym Slum 1,33 Glee t'luh l. J, 3, 4.
"Generally speaking, nh:-'s generally
Glee f'lulm l. J. J, 4.
hl.XRY M. ll.-xu.i:Y
"'l'hat' I have much ado to know Uly-
il'-'Q Vlllll l. 3. 3. 4: All-State Fhoruw:
junior Follies .lg "Pickles"
"XYork calls, hut l'm not listening."
Glee Flulm 2. 3, 4: irlbllflliill 2: Hall
1 onnnittee 2. J: junior Follies 1: Com-
pany Rifle Team 2, 3, 4: Gusher Stat?
4 : iptficers' t'luh 4: Non-l'onnuissioned
"A smile for those who ile-serve
llenver lg Euclid lilllll 1: Latin t'lulv:
flass Officer J: Junior Follies 31
"Goose Hangs lligh": English t'luh,
Secretary 3, l'rr.-sislent 4: Girls' League
t'ovuicil 4, Secretary 4: Honorary l':x-
lle! l'aptnin 4: A.K.A. 4: 'l'.N.'l'. 4:
Girls' Athletics 2, 5, 4,: "Cm Award 37
Swimming Meet 1.2.33 Annual Stat?
4: Gusher Stall' 4: Senio Life Saving
Badge 5: Glen- l'luls 3. 4: Gym Show:
Sxvimniing Exhibition 1, J.
"NYith the vw.-ight of the whole world
on my shoulders, how do you ex-
pect me to grow?"
Vlasa Football l, 4: flnss Basketball l.
4: Boxing Team 3: junior Follies: F,
0 ---- l 9 3 3 ---- 0 "T"
li xi ELI NE li .ixirrox
"Sing on until all expire."
Great Falls, Missoula, Billings. Mon-
tana: Allegro Club Secretary, 4 : Music
Concert, 4: Glee Club. 1.3. 4: "Pickles.'
"Some people never groiv.up.
Great Falls. Missoula. Billings, Mon-
tana: Gym Show, 1-4,
"lJon't let her eyes twinkle."
Girl Reserves l: Glee Club 1. 2: Gym
Show l, 3.
"The girl of the diamond ing."
Glee Club l, 2, 3,41 A.K.A l, 2, 3, 4:
Gym Show I. Z: Girl Reserves 1. Z:
National Thespians -1: "Robin Hood":
"Count and Co-ed": "Picklesl'C "The
llaunted House": Cheer Club 4.
"l.ike that true fisherman he has a
Cadet Major 4: Non-Commissioned Of-
ficer 1. 2. 3: Class President 2. 3: Stale
Ilebate 2, 3, 4: National Forensic 2, 3.
4, President 4: National Thespians Z.
5, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4. President 4:
National Honor 4: Gusher Staff 3.4.
Assistant Editor, Sports: Annual Staff
3: l'nyx Club 1.2, 3.4: English Club
3. 4: Officers Club. Presidentll: Exec-
utive Council l. 2, 3, 4: Euclid Club 2:
Vtinuer National Newspaper Contest 3.
-lf: Class Debate VVinner l: Cromer
Oratory 1. 2. 3: Track 3.
"Like that graceful bird. the ele-
"C" Club: Varsity Football 2,3,4:
Class Officer 3,4: Future Farmers.
Pesident 3: Class Basketball 2, 3,: All-
State Football Team 4.
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"I don't like the moonlight 'cause
you can't turn it out."
liuelid Cub: Class Basketball Z. 4.
'Say from whence you owe this
Manifold Club: Boxing 3, 4: Man F.l".
A. 2, 3, 4.
"Stones have been known to move
and trees to speak: my case is not
Boxing 1, 2, 3. 4: Class Football 4:
Classliasgetball 4: Junior Follies 3:
Non-Commissioned Officer 1, 2. 3:
Commissioned Ofjficer 4: Officers Club
4: "Haunted House 4: National Thes-
" 1 Commercial
Q "VYe don't hear her say much."
Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Gym Show l, 3. 4.
KEN NETII Hosrox .
"Such language must be heard to be
Nou-Commissoned Officer 3: Euclid
Club 3.4: Gusher Staff 4: Commis-
sioned Officer 4.
"Are-n't I big and handsome?"
t n.uu.r:s llowxxmx
"For all his wisdom he is not slow."
l'llll'llll I'lnb .l. 4, l'resident: English
l'lnb .l, 4. Secretary: A.K.A. 4: Otlic-
ers' l'lub 4: Glee l'lub: National Hon-
or Society .l, 4: National Tliespians 3.
-I: National Forensic: Pynx flub:
Rifle Team 4: Commissioned Otficer 4:
Non-I'ommissioned Officer 1.2, 3: "Nut
l"arn1": "Sham :" junior Follies: Class
President 4: Executive Founcil 4: Class
Secretary 3: Gnsher Stall' 4: Debate
'I'eain: Kiwanis Plays. J. 4: "Pickles" 4.
"l'll finish my exhortation after sup-
lilass Football I, Z: Class Basketball
I: Rotary Medal 2: Euclid Club 2:
junior Follies 3: American Legion
.Ili-dal .l: Kiwanis Oratory 3: Non-
l'onnnissioned Officer I, 2, 3: faptain
1: Debate 4: Rifle Team 4: Pynx
Vlnli: Glee Club: All State fhnrus:
Uilieers' l'lub: National Forensic
I4-agne: Kiwanis Contest 4: "join-sy."
"jnrl1.:e mc by what l am."
Non-I'oinmissioned Officer .22 Class
I-'fnztliil il, 4: Vlass Basketball 4: Glee
I' u I .,, . .
"Methinks I smell money."
'l'enslz-ep, Wyoming I. 2, 3: Honor So-
ciety 3, 4.
"Hill you ever see her groneh?"
filvl' fillll' 1. 31 Girls' Athletics I, 2, 5,
4: Gym Show I, .l, 4.
"hh-anwliile, the devil may care."
lllilllifolll i'lllll 2, .l, 4.
I gr I
' , Fw ff
sl W , W
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Gods. will I ever get an educa-
.I .wx CA1.mvici,l.
"'I'he trombone of the boy did sound
and sleep was heard no more."
junior Follies 3.
l l.XRRll-IT CARnwi:i.i.
"The only answer to this puzzle is
that she is a woman."
Glee Club 4: fheer l'lub: junior Fol-
lies 35 Gym Show 1.
"'l'ill I came the world was incom-
tile-e flulx: l'olm'ailo Springs Repre-
sentative 2: Gym Show, 1, .Ig Operettzt
I. 2. 3. 4: 'Girls' Quartette 3: Allegro
I. 3. 3: Kiwanis Play. 3: "l'ickles"i
"For the love of Mike --and l'etel"
'l'.N.'l'.: English Club 4: A.K.A. 3, 4:
French l'lub 3: Latin flub 1, 2, J.:
Glu- lilllll: Allegro Vlnb l, 2: Gym
Show! Honorary faptain of Mustang
Guard: Girls"l.eague Vouncil: Nation-
al llonor Society: second most popular
Girl: Valedictorian -I.
"And she has hair of a golden hue.
take care! And what she says. it is
is not true, beware! Ile-ware!"
l'lass Officer I. 3: Secretary of Student
llody -I: A.K.A. 3, 4: T.N.T. I, 2. J,
4: National Thespians 3. 4. Secretary
'I'i'easnrer 4: National llo'iorvSoc-iety
3. 4. Secretary 4: Latin Club l, 2, 3:
French l'lub J: "Skiddinu"2 ,lunior
Follies: Annual Staff 4: Allegro Flub
I: Executive Council 3, 4: English
l'lub 4: "jonesy" 4: Kiwanis Plat'
"Highness 4: Gym Show I, 3, 4,
Roscoe CH ILCOTE
"And to be king stands not within
the prospect of belief."
Girl Reserves 1, 29 Glee Club l, 2. 3.
"VVe'll warrant him heart whole."
Monroe, VVis., 1, 2, 3,5 Mustang Guard
4: Bix Six 4.
"l'd study if I had time."
"K'arrie fumes to College
"Count and Fo-edu: All-State Chorus!
Glee flub l, 2. 3. 4.
,lon x Coi'c:1u..xx
"A blush is a sure indication ot' de-
Giee Club 1, Z, 3: All-State Chorus 3:
"Carrie Comes to Collegeng "Barber of
Sevilleni "Outlaw Kingui Junior Fo-
lies 3: Gusher Stat? 4: "Count and Co-
ed": Non-l'omn1is:-zioued Officer 3, 42
Laramie Representative 4.
VVINIFRED Ciurrn FIELD
"She enjoys life while the enjoying is
Gym Show 1. 2: Glee Club 2. 3, 4:
Girls' League Council 1.
"Nonsense, now and then, is pleas-
Spanish Club 4: Junior Follies 3: Glee
flulr 2, 4.
"YYell. anyhow. l knew the assign-
Class Football l, Z: Varsity Football 3.
4: Boxing l. 2: Vlass Basketball l, 25
Non-Commissioned Officer 2. 33 Pom
missioned Officer 4: "iw I'lnb 5, 4,
National Honor Society.
"The reason why she likes them tall
must be because she's very small."
Gym Showg Glee Flub 4.
"Eat, drink and be merry, and bother
flass football: Varsity Football.
"My only books were woman's looks.
and folly's all the-y've taught me."
Ulass Basketball 1 ,2, 3.2 Class Foot-
ball l. 2: Non-Conimissioned Officer l.
3: junior Follies 3.
"Then did she lift her hands unto his
chin and praised the pretty flllllpllllfl
of his skin,"
Glee Club 1, .lg Class Athletics 1, 2:
Junior Follies 3.
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"With painful slowness he arose, and
spuke and spoke and spoke."
llanttl l, 2, J, 45 Orchestra 32 Spanish
Vluln J, 3, -l, Vice Prcsiclent 43 Fu:-ign
l.amztt:tge Play ll Junior Follies .51
Seluml Pep Orchestra 4.
"Ami he can be silent in seven lan-
Agriculture Fluln 3, 4.
"Aw:ike! Awake! Fast ntl' thy slum-
lxer :lull lu-w:trt'."
l.atiu Vluli l. 23 Juniur lfolics 3:
Gush:-r Staff 3. 4: "A Lucky Breakn:
Quillztutl Scroll-11 "A Haunted
lluuse" National Thespians 43 Nun-
l'utnmissiuttefl Officer 3.
M ,uatari-1tu't'r1 lJt:l"t'wYi.i:R
"lt is much easier to be critical than
Girl Scouts lg Glcc Flulv 43 Girl 'Re-
serves l, 23 ,ltmiur lfullivs .33 Girls'
Athletics 7: Gym Show l, 3: 'l'.N.T.
4: llmtm'ax'y faptain Company UA."
"Bly trumzles are like lutlmlmlc-s."
Glee l'lul1 2. 53 Nun-I'utnmissiuneretl
UlTiem-r .l. 45 Manifulul lllulr .l, 4.
liuwt N Dorm:
"l'lmi't hurry! 'l'ltcrt-'s plenty of
0 ---- 1933 ---- 0
"Oh, for a man with the name of a
poet, and a red bug."
Gym Athleticsg Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43
"Qh, Uonscience, how thou dust af-
Girls' Sports 2, .33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43
Gym Show 4.
"llc cultivatcs the heat plant."
F.F.A. 2. 33 Class Basketball 2, 3:
l'lass Football 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 3, 4.
"Nu intelligent man can afford to dis-
regard the women."
NVQ-llingtun, Kansas. 13 "C" Club 2, 33
Track 2, 3.
"VVhy he so conservative?"
Girl Reserves l, .23 Glen Clulv 33 Gym
Show 3: Girls' Athletics l, 2. 3, 4:
.luniur Follies 3.
"l tluu't know what she said, but l
guess it's all right."
Gee Club l, 2. 3, 43 All State Chorus
"'l'here's just a little hit of lxaslness in
ct en the lwest of us."
Orchestra l. 2. 3. 4: Girls' Athletics ll
Gym Shun' l. .li Gee flulr 4.
"l knnn' everything except myself?
lmut who understands wmnan?"
Gym Slum' l. 31 Orchestra: Glee flulv
3: Girls' Athletics 2, 3.
"The tongue is ntightier than the
N1in-l'0mlnissinne1l Officer l, 2. 5:
l'vnnlnissiune1l Uflfieer 4: llelrate S. -li
Latin Vluh 1. S: Spanish l'lulm 3, 4.
Teasurer 4: Kiwanis Ilelsate NYinner 52
Rifle Team 4: flass llasketlmall 41 Of-
ieers' flulr 4: linglish f'lul1 4: Pynx
l'lulw 3, 4: National Forensic Cluhg
State llelmate 'l'mu'nament,
"She plays niarhes with lvaskethallf'
National llunnr Society 3, 4: linglisli
l'lul1 43 Latin l'luh 2. 3: Glee Cluln
l, 4: Gym Shuw I, 5. 4: Gusher Strtf
4: Girls' Athletics 1. 2. 3, 4: "CH
Sweater Awaril: All llunu 'll-:uns 1, 2,
"Me-thinks l help the world gn
A.K.A. 2. J. -ll National Thesnians 3.
4: "Old Man Minnick": "Skidding"':
"Sham": "Vt'l1y the Chimes Rangul
"The Valiant": "Gloria Mun4li": "A
l,ucky Breaku: "l'iekles": Non-Conv
niissiunecl Office l, 2, 33 Funnnissiunetl
UITiez-r 4: "Highness": Annual Stat?
4: Senior Class Play 3: Glee Clulv 3.
1: Offices' flub 4: All State fhurus 3:
Kiwanis Play 3, 4: School Rifle 'l'earn 3.
"Blnrl4-sly is an excellent virtue."
Midwest, XVymning.:: Glen 5. 4.
""S'Q..,, . Q
T-M ,,,, lirrzmarric lf1'I.I,r:k
-'V' 4 General
' 'xii' J A --111.1-kr mm- mt- Fm-rl."
' U- lfnotlvall 2: Class lfnntluall 4: School
L...-X g, Ritle Team 3, 41 Nun-C'nnnnissionerl
, Y- . , gf' Uffiver Z, 3. 4.
"She cleanefl up on everything lwut
fllve l'lulxl '7 l 4
l.x wi-1 ii.Xl9llliRT
"l.ife's nn lwetter if we worry. lift-'s
no longer If we hurry."
Detroit. Michigan. Glee Flulr: junior
Girl Reserves l, 2: Gym Shun' l, 3. 42
Illee f lulu 1. 2, 3, 4.
"Ah. nie! llmr weak a thing the
heart uf n'un1an is."
Glee Flnlw 1. .:, 4: Girl Reserves: Art
Vluls 2: Girls' Athletics l: Swinnnine
Meet 2: Girls' League Vuuneil 3.
M .uw f,iASTON
"Su sltuulcl she look that seems tn
speak strange things."
Kflee Clulm 3. 4: lznghsh Clnlx J, 4:
Gym Shun' S: Swiinniing Meet l, 3.
"I believe in woman's rights."
Glee l'lulv l, 2, 3, 4: "Uutlaw King"2
"All State fhurus .lg Junior Follier 3,
"lle lxurnerl the lllltllllllllf oil, lvut it's
Yell Leader l. 2: flass Football 2, 52
l'lass llasketlwall l. 4: "Haunted
llouse"p Boxing 4.
"Nlo1lesty lic-cunles a woman."
lh-nver, fnloraelo. l. 2. 3: 4 in fas-
per: Manual Training High School:
Spanish Ululug filer Vlulag Girls'
League: Pep l'luh.
"Grave in bearing."
Gyni Show l, 2: Glee flulr l, 3: Oper'
4-tta .l, 4.
"lie yourself at all times."
llanrl I. Z. 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3.
"Sl1e4hafl a most unusual way of
Kiwanis Oratory 4.
U "" "" O lu
"Not so innocent as she looks."
'l'lu-rniopolis l: Operetta l. 4: Fench
Vlulv 5: Glee Clulr l. 3, -lg linglish
l'lulv 4: Pep flulx 1: Gym Show 3, 4:
All-State Chorus 5: Junior Follies 3.
I isiiu llaxsax
lonsuenees differ in ilitferent peo-
Osm tu ll xxsnx
X ou would lift the moon out of her
sphuz if she would continue in it
five weeks without changing."
f xiii: ll xkfziuvas
Her musical talent is not her only
ee I' lm 1, 2, 3, -ll Orchestra l. Z. 3,
4 'Allegro Cluli 4: junior Fine Ats 2,
' lynn Show 1, 3, 4: All-Stare
lhorus: Junior Follies 3: "The Outlaw
lxmf,": "The County and the Co-edu:
serves 1. 2: Girls' Sports l. 2.
4 Gusher Staff: "Pickles"
I wisli to speak with all respect of
persons. lint' "
' .' rts l. 2. 3. 4: Glee Fluli 1,
llaiiix l-l tm'
"A saintecl soul is always elegant."
'ilr Reserves I. 2: Girls' Athletics l. P
"Every man is wanted, and no man
is wanted much."
Class Football 1, 23 Class Basketball 1,
2, 33 Junior Follies3 Band 1, 2, 3, 43
"A Lucky Break"3 A.K.A. 2.
"lf I quake, what matters it what 1
Pep Orchestra 4.
"An ounce of performance is worth a
pound of 1l1'?3ChIllE11I,u
Gusher Staff 43 Operetta 2, 43 French
Club 2, 33 English Club 43 Junior Fol-
lies 3. 43 All-State Chorus 33 Glee
l'lub Z, 3, 43 Allegro Club 43 A.K.A.
43 danced between acts ot six DIRYSQ
National Hono Society3 danced at Bas-
"I was born to giggle, and giggle 1
Honorary Cadet Nlajor 43 National
Thespians3 Quill and Scroll 43 Girls'
Athletics 1. 2, 3, 43 "C" Award 43
Spanish Club l, 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3,
President 43 Girls' Sextette 33 Girls'
Quartette 43 National Sonor Society 3,
4: English Club, Vice President 43
Glee Cub I. 2, 3. 43 Operettas 1, 2, 3,
43 Girls' League Council, Treasurer 33
Girls' Sports Editor Gusher 43 Annual
Stat? 43 'l'.N.T. 43 All State Chorus3
Representative to Springfield 43 "A
Lucky B!'t'3.liHI Gym Show 1, 3 43
Swimming Meet 43 Gil Reserves 1, Z3
Girl Scouts 1. 2, 3,3 Junior Follies3
VVinner VV.C.T.U. Essay 33 Christmas
Play 33 Kiwanis Play Finals 4.
"lJon't do anythindg till you do it,
and when you've one it stop doing
icttcifd Club 2. 3, Glee Club 3.
"XVhen she screams, everyone goes
'l'.N,T. 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Kiwanis
Play 33 Gym Show 33 Glee Club 3, 4.
,, 0 ---- 1933 ---- 0
"If you have appetite, can't eat too
NVymore High School, Nebraska, 2, 3:
Glee Club 1, 43 Girl Reserves 1.
"I am only onev-but still I am one."
Girl Reserves 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 33
Girls' Athletics 1, 23 Gym Show 13
Girl Scouts I, 2.
"No better relation than a prudent
and faithful friend."
Glee Club 1, 3. 43 Gym Show 3, 43
Girls' Athletics 2, 3.
"A mery heart a comrade true."
Fench Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Presi-
dent 33 Euclid Club 3, 43 A.K.A. 2, 3,
43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Gush-
er Stat? 3, 43 Glee Club 13 Orchestra
2, 3, 4.
"And whither guest thou, gentle
English Club 3. 4: A.K.A. 1. 2, 3. 43
National Honor Society 3, 43 F.F.A
23 Stage Manager 1, 23 Club 43 Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Alas, the storm has come."
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 National Honor
Societyg Euclid Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mus-
tang Guard 43 Non-Commissioned Ot'-
ticer 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 3.
Cuu. l Ionsrxmx
"Horn to command, hut never com-
Class President l: Varsity Football 2.
.lg Executive Council 1: Class Rrpre-
sentative 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4: "C"
Club 2, 3, 4: Track 5, 4.
"He has only but to sing."
Boys' Quartet 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2, J.
4: Nou-1'ommissioned Officer 4: Com-
missioned Officer 4: French Club 3, 4:
All-State Chorus 3: Orpheus Club 2:
Nine Team 3, 4: Rotary Meflal 3: Ai-
legro Club 4: Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4: Jun-
ior Follies: Officers' Club 4: Captain
Rifle Team 4.
"All the love l know is inan's love."
Glec Club 3. 4: Opcrctta 3: Gym
"l.et us be nicn instead of wood-
Class football 4: l".l".A. fi. 4.
"Noah was 600 years old before he
knew bow to builcl an ark -f-rlon't
lose your grip."
Football 2. 3. 43 UC" Cllllt 2' 3- 43
Uperetta .lv Manifold Club 2.
"You cannot win me by praise. prom-
ises. or atlulanonf'
Stage Crew Manager 2, 3: A.K.A. 4.
A ' llllg .
xlllllllllllli. il wif.
0 ---- 1933 ---- 0
"Ile that never eats too inueli will
never be lazy."
l".lf.A.: Manifold Club.
"lYbat's in a uanie?f Plenty!"
Rapid City 1, 5: Kansas City 2: Foot-
ball 4: "A Haunted House-": National
Thespians 4: A.K.A. 4: Class llasket-
"Rock me to sleep, for l am very
Junior Follies 3: National Tliespionsg
Non-Commissioned Officer 3: Glee
Club 3: "The llaunterl House" 4: "A
Lusky llreakn: Annual Statl' 4: Gush-
ullo not torment me -Oh Z"
lf. F.A. 4.
"You get what you pri-pare for."
Spanish Club 4: Junior Follies 3:
Pronipter "Lucky Bri-ak": Glee Club
"Full of the dickens and ready for
Gym Show 1. 3. 4: Swimming Meet
2. 3. 4: Girl Reserves 2: A.K.A. 3. 4:
Operetta 3: Junior Follies: Kiwanis
Plays 3: All-State Chorus: Cheers 4:
Annual Staff: Girls' League Council:
Senior Class Play, "100 Years Old."
EVELYN MAE KEAR
"VVhat we see depends mainly on
what we look for."
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2,
35 Girl Reserves 2, 35 Girls' Athletics
l. 2, 3, 4.
"He knows what is what."
Spanish Club5 Euclid Club5 "Haunted
House"5 Non-Commissioned Olficerg
National Thespians5 Junior Follies.
"Some defeats are only installments
Glee Club 1, 3, 45 Gym Show 3.
"A laugh is worth 100 groans in any
Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 Gym Show 1, 3.45
"C" Awardg "C" Sweater5 Glee Club
"Intelligent in appearance-and she
lives up to it.."
Gym Show 45 Glee Club 4.
"Serene in mind and steady in pur-
Latin Cluh 1, 25 Girl Reserves 1, Z5
Girl Scouts 1, 2, 35 Girls' Athletics 1,
2, 35 Allegro 1, 2, 45 "Carrie Comes
Stat? 3, 45 "Count and Co-ed"5
to College"5 junior Follies 35 "Count
and Co-Ed"5 Gusher Staff 3, 45 All-
State Chorus5 Annual Staff 45 Girls'
Swimming Meet 2, 35 Laramie Press
Conference 45 Glee Club 1, 3, 45 Gym
Show 1. 35 Quill and Scroll Societyg
National Honor Society5 "Pickles,"
"No Cupid darts for me."
Track Meet 35 Glee Club 45 "C" Club
3, 45 Allegro 45 Operetta 45 Senior
Class Pya, M100 Years Old."
"VVork calls, but l'm not listening."
Commissioned Officer 45 Non-Commis-
sioned Officer 2, 3, 45 Boxing Tourna-
ment 15 Class Football 15 Officers'
Club 45 Junior Folliesg Gusher Staff 3.
"An ounce of loyalty is worth a
pound of clevernessf'
Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2,
"Her unextinguished laughter shakes
Glee 1, 2, 3, 45 "Outlaw King"5 Ju-
nior Follies 35 English Club 45 Span-
ish Club 45 Annual Staff 45 Gym Show
1. 3. 45 Gusher Staff 45 National Hon-
or Society University of Wyoming
"He that was so small, but yet so
Marksmanship Medalg Junior Follies
35 Non-Commissioned Otticer 1, 2, 3,
45 Class Football 1, 45 Class Basket-
ball 1 2. 45 Soccer 1, 2.
t'She who stands still is lost."
Glee Club 3. 4.
0 --.. 1933 ---- 0
"Ile is not a man ot' letters, but a
Regis-l.arainie 12, 3: Casper : Foot-
ball 4: Basketball 4: "C" Club 4.
"The girls are just crazy about me."
VVarrant Officer: Glee Club 2, 3. 4:
Hang 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3: Non-Com-
missioned Officer: Kiwanis Contest 4:
Operetta 3: "The Lucy Break": A.K.
A.: Class Football 4: Class Basketball
4: All-State Chorus: Junior Follies 3:
"Beauty has always had more influ-
' ence than brains."
3jPHUfSl1 Club 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3:
1211!-Illsh tlub 3. 4. Treasurer 3: An-
Njlfll Staff: Gusher Staff: Cheers: Glee
Club 3. 4: tvhrls' Athletics l. 2: Jnnir
l'ollles: National Honor Society 4.
"liver rt-:nly to do her part."
Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Latin Club Pro-
gram Chairman, 3: Euclid Club 4:
English Club 4: National Honor So-
eit-ty 4: liasketball Team l: Numeral
in Sports 3: Orchestra I. 4: Glee
Club 1. 2. 4: All State Chorus 2: W.
C. T. l'. Essay Contest Clocall 3:
W. C. 'l'. C. fstatel 4: Gnsher Staff 3.
"And look how well my garments
sit upon me."
Gym Show 3: Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4:
All-State Chorus 2: junior Follies.
Iloiurru Y M t'Dowi:Ll.
."l will not fail you."
fllfe l. 3. 3. 4: Operetta 4: Gym
Show 2. 3.
Amir , .
O ---- "-' O 37
"You may like me or not! it makes
Spanish Club 2: English Club 3: Glee
Club l, 5, 4: Sextette 4: "Goose
Hangs Highn: Winner of Two W. C.
T. U. Essay Contests 3, 2: Gym Show
3: Girls' Athletics.
l lm. Xl 1-:R M eGon'i:N
"Manhood first. then gentleuessf'
Band 2, 3, 4: Non-Commissioned Of-
ficer 3, 4: Orchestra 3 ,4.
"And they tell Scotch jokes. but none
like this." I
Commissioned Officer 4: Non-Commis-
sioned Officer 2. 3: Class Football 1, 2.
3: Class basketball 1. 2. 33- Class Soc-
cer 1 : Junior Follies 3: Boxing TO!-lfnil:
ment 3: Executive Council 4: .Officers
Club Vice President 4: Big Six Coun-
cil 4: junior Class Treasurer 3: Student
Body Treasurer 4: Company Rifle Team
"A mild, meek, maiden."
Glee Club l. 2. 3. 4.
"A jolly little brunette with laughing
eyes. ' -
Junior Follies 3: Style Show 4: Girl
Scout l: Gusher Staff 4.
,lack NlAN N
"Me thinks printer's ink is lit'e's
Editor-in-Chief of "Gusher" 4: Execu-
tive Council 4: Representative to Lara-
mie Newspaper Conference 4: President
Quill and Scroll 4: Commissioned O-
ficer 4: Officers' Club 4: Spanish Club
Z. 3: Foreign Language Play 2: Non-
Commissioned Officer 2, 3: Prize Essay
3: Gusher Staff 3: Junior Follies.
RoinQR'1'A M API-JS
"'l'his woman is not wholly wrapped
up in clothes."
'l'.N.T. 3, 4. Treasurer 43 A.K.A. 42, 3.
4. Vice President 3 3 National Thespiansg
National Honor Soeiety3 Art Club 1, 23
Girl Reserves 13 Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 41
All State Chorus 33 Mount and the Co-
l'ld": "Outlaw Kingl'3 "Pickles,'3 "A
Lucky llreak"3 "Rich Man Poor lNlani Z
"Gloria Mundi"3 "Highness"3 Junior
Follies: Kiwanis Plays 2. 3. 43 Senior
Class Play3 Gym Show l 3 Annual Staff
5. 4: Art Editor 4.
,l l'l.lA lNlARSIl
"Guaranteed to he a good sport."
lilee Club 1, Z3 Glee Concert 1, 23 Gym
Show l, 3.
"'l'owering genius disclaim a beaten
Rotary Medal 1: Non-Commissioner
Officer 1, 2. 33 Commissioned Officer
43 Rifle Team 43 Class Officer 33
Gusher Statl' 3. 43 Annual Staff 43
Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Euclid Club 1, 2,
3. 43 National Thespians 2, 3, 43 Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 43 Quill and
Scroll 43 Junior Follies 33 "Minick"3
Spanish Playg Salutatorian.
"About the only line the modern girl
draws is with her lipstickfl
Girls' Athletics 33 Operetta 33 Junior
Follies 33 Gusher Staff 4.
"A wide-awake miss-a worthy
Girl Reserves 23 Glee Club 2. 3, 43 All
Jicssm M 1-:YENFELT
"She speaks. behaves. and acts just as E.
Glee Club 2, 3, 43 All-State Chorus 3.
..13..:. F of
5.3: -1. sg: '-.- -V
lz' -.,. Q jf- ,.,. i
'geek ' -' - ' z
,S 0 -... 1933 ---- 0
"Thy modesty is a credit to the
Girl Scouts 13 Girl Reserves l, 23
French Club 2, 53 Glee Club l.
ROBERT M ILLI-:R
" 'Twas you he laughed at."
Non-Commissioned Officer l, 2, 3 3 Class
Basketball 23 Stage Crew Z.
"Vt'hy aren't girl scouts taught to do
one good left turn a day?"
Sports 1, Z, 3, 43 Peppy Peppers 3.
"Nothing is so contagious as en-
Varsity Football 3, 43 "C" Club3 F.F.
A,3 Basketball 3.
.ARTHUR M ACOUBRIE
"Make the most of yourself. for that
is all there is ot' you."
F.l7.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
"My strong imagination sees a crown
dropping upon my head."
T.N.T. 43 Glee Cluh, 3. 43 Junior Fol-
lies 3: Gym Show 33 Girl Reserves 1.
2g Girl Scouts 1.
"lu south, l know not why 1 am so
Glee l'luh l. 2, J, 4: English Club 5.
4: l.atin l'lul1 l, 1. 3: Spanish Club 11
All-Statefhorus 3: Gym Show 3: Fheer
Vlulv 4: Allegro 1, 2, 3: Operetta 1, 2.
3, 43 Sextette lg Big Six Representa-
"It you alo what you should not. you
must hear what you would not."
llaurl, l, 2, 3, 4g Glee flulr, 3. 41
junior Follies 31 "l'ount and Co-Edul
Class liaskethallg All- State Fhorus:
Flass Foothall, l.
"l must pinch myself to keep awake."
Class Basketball, 1, 2, 4: Varsity Bas-
kethall 33 Spanish l'luh -lg F.F.A. Pres-
iilent .Ig lloxing lp Varsity Football l.
1, .l, 45 l'aptain-Elect 33 "C" 3, 4.
"l hearil a raven croak. hut l per-
suaileml myself it was the song oi a
Vlass l-'oothall 1, 43 Rifle Team 49
t'lass llaskethall 4: lloxing l, 2.
"For e't-n tho' vanquished, she coulcl
Girls' Athletics l. 2, 4: National Honor
Society 3. 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Latin
t'luh I, 2: l'yux lfluh 3, 4: Orchestra l.
2. 3, 43 National Forensic 3, 4, Vice-
l'resiclent 45 Gleefluh l,4: Euclid Clulz
l, 2: llehate Letter 3, 4: Gym Show l,
.l, 4: Glee lfluhg Kiwanis Oratury .53
Kiwanis Plays 44 Gusher Staff 45 Al-
"'l'omorrow, frieruls. will he another
E'.E..'X, J: Non-l'ommissioned Officer 2,
"tYhat we call luck. is simply pluck."
l3ilUll lilllll 2, 31 English Vlub 4: Glee
llillr l, 4: Gym Showg Girls' Ath-
letics lf 7-Xnnual Staff 4: National
llonor Society 4: Gusher Statf 4.
"Seemingly sleepy hut more awake
than most ot' us."
Uanml l, 2, J. 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Oper-
etta .lg Allegro l'luh 45 English fluh -lg
lfnys Club .lg National Forensic .L -lg
XUVSIU' llellate 3: Foreign Language
l'lay 2, .li Class Officer 2.
"l feel so LlSl1ZlIllt'tl.n
Art' l'luh 1. Z: Spanish l'lulr J. 41
Junior Fine Arts 5, 43 Gym Show 3, -lx
.luuior Follies: Gusher Staff 4: Girl
lfe5C'l'VCS 1, 1. .lg fheer Cluh -lg Kiwa-
xus Plays 4.
.Maxi-:s O xnuzu
"All things tloelh she with system."
Glee 2. 5.
X muixm l'.-Wmusox
"Intellect aml character go well to-
Glee 41 Blitlwesl l, 3. .lg National llouor
"l would have stayed till l hall made
Glue l. 2. 3, 4: Swimming Meet Z:
"Outlaw Kiugni "Carrie Comes to Col-
lege-"g "l'iv:kles"g Gym Show Z.
0 ---- 1933 ---- 0 Pas'
"Look, he is winding up the watch of
his wit' lt will
trike by and by."
, . s
Yice-President of Class 1: Class Foot-
ball 4: Non-Commissioned Officer l. 2.
3: Commissioner Officer 4: Executive
Officer of Battalion 4: Junior Follies:
Kiwanis Plays 3:
Glee Club 3: All-
State Chorus 3: Officers' Club 4: Rifle
Team 4: Business
4: "Jonesy" 4.
Tn iam PHELPS
"Great modesty 0
Manager of Annual
lten hides great
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 4:
Latin Club l: Scxt
ette 3: VVinner Cas-
per Essay l : National Honor Society.
"Not that l love
fun less, but that 1
love study more."
Gym Show l : English Club 3: Glee l.
S AR.-tu BELLE l'ROBST
"Her eyelashes are long and thick."
Gym Show 3 Nation-
al Honor Society: Spanish Club 1. 2, 4:
English Club 4.
A N NA M AY PEA
"My true love ha
Girl Reserves l. 2:
th my heart and l
Kiwanis Contest 2.
3: Girl Scouts 1. 2: Girls 'Athletics 3.
4: French Club 3:
Style Show 2.
"VVhen love and
duty clash. let duty 2
All-State Chorus 3.3 Girl Reserves 1. 2: 5" '
I ,lunior Follies 3:
"Count and Co-ed": Gym Show 1, 3:
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
l yyy't l
is : t
0 ..-- 1933 ---- O
"The mildest manner with the hravest
Girls' Sports: Gym Show: Glee Club.
"Beware of him that is slow to anger!
Junior Follies 3: Non-Commissioner
Officer 2. 3: Euclid Club 3, 4: Class
Basketball 4: Chess Club 4.
H Auorn RODGERS
"A natural tease."
Non-Commissioned Officer l, 2, 3: News-
paper Staff 4: Class Basketball 1, 2, 3.
4: Commissioned Officer 4: Class Foot-
ball 2: Scrub Football 3: Varsity Foot-
ball 4: Battalion Rifle Team 3: Com-
pany Ritle Team 3: School Rifle Team
XVn.r.ARD Ro'rH I
"VVho would he a man, must he a
non-conformistAwhatever that may
Euclid Club 2. 3, 44 Glee Club 1, 3, 4,
"If basketball were music, Loran
would be a whole brass band."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4: Track 1. 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 4:
"C" Club 3, 4: Chicago Representative
3: Laramie Representative 1, 2: Non-
Commissionerl Officer 1, 2: All-State
Football Team 4.
C LE0 SAH M
"Always there when help is needed."
Gym Show 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
S'r.txrokn SA xroun
"XYork fascinates nie: I could sit
and look at it for hours."
Laramie Prep l: Varsity football 2.
J, 4: l'lass basket ball 2. 3. 41 Trilfli
3, 45 Vlull .L 4: lf. lf. A. A. 41
Glce l'lub 3. 4.
"Hen disturb nie not."
Glee l. 2, 3. 4: Opt-retta 2. .l. 41 "l'ickA
lt-s": "Outlaw King": "t'ount and
t'oed": Gyrn Show 4.
"A future asset to thc business
Gnsher Staff 4: Gym Show J: Glee
4'lnb 1, 2. 3, 4.
"lt's the song yo sing. and the
smiles ye wear, that's a makin' the
sun shine everywhere."
Glenrock 2. S.: Band 1. 4: Glee t'lub
l, 4: lloys' Quartet 4: Allegro l'lub 4.
UA little bit uf everything."
Flass football l, 2. 3: l'lass basketball
l. 2: Varsity football 4: Varsity bas-
ketball 3. 4: A.K.A. 4: flub 5.
4: l4',I",A. 2: Stage flrew l, 2. 52
Stage Manager 4: Varsity 'l'rack .l, 4:
junior Follies 3,
Rm' Sen Mnrr
"For he who runs it well,
Runs twice the race,"
Non-t'oln. Oficcr l, 2. 3: fltllll. 0'ficer
4: Glee f'lub 3, 4: Allegro t'lub 4:
Officers Club 4: Uperetta J. 4: All
State Chorus: Mustang Guards 41
Double Sextette 4: Mednick fnp J.
CA'l'llliRINl'I Sen l'i.'rz
"Spanish is my Nemesis."
Glee Vlnb 2. .l,'4: Spanish Club l. 2.
"Mich' to the fellers."
l'res. Student Body 4: Second Most
Popular Hoy 5. 4: Gusher Staff 4:
Football l. 2. 3. 4: Basketball l. 2, 4:
Class llasketball 3: Non, Pom. Officer
l, 2. .lg l'oin. Officer 4: l'lub
3. 4: Vice Pres. J: Pres, 4: Glee lillfb
l, 2. 3. 4: Officers Club 4: Executive
t'ouncil 42 Boxing 2: Big Six Founcil
4: Foxup. Rifle Team 3. 4: Track:
Soccer 2. .lg Second All State Football
"l don't believe in classes, but what
good does it do ine?"
Vice Pres. Senior Class: Yell Leader
2: Head Leader 3. 4: Junior Follies
J: A.K.A.: "Lucky llreak": Non-
foxu. Uficer l, 2. 3: flass Basketball
2. 4: l'lass Football I, 2: Track J, 4:
Glee Vlub J. 4: All Slate Fhorus:
National Thespians: "Pickle-s"3 Ki.
wanis Play "Highness" 4.
"Seen but not heard."
Glee t'lub l, 2: Girl Reserves I. 2:
Gyin Show .lg Girls' Athletics 2,
M n.mu-:n SKJOXIIAVG
"A swell friend and a jolly good
Girl Scouts l. 2. 3: Girl Reserves l:
Art l'lub l, 2: Glee Club l, J, 4: Girl
Athletics l. 2, 4: Operctta 2 4: junior
"Here and there and everywlieref'
Girls' League Council 2: Gusher Staff:
"Goose Hangs High" 5: English Fluli
.l: National Honorary Society 3, 4:
National Thespians 3. 4: National
Forensic 2. 3. 4: Glee f'lub 2: Girls'
Athletics 1. 2. 'Z llheer lllub President
4: A.K,A. l, .: Latin Flub l. 2: De-
bate Pnyx 2. 3, 4: Quill and Scroll
o ---- 1933 ---- o PQI
XVAY NE S MITH
"Let Smitty do it."
lV.l".A. 3, 4.
IJONIA MM: SNODDY
"The best way to get even is to
A.K.A. 3. 4, Officer 43 Glee Club 1,
2, 3. 43 Girl Reserves 1. 23 Girl Scouts
l3 Gusher Staff 33 l.atin Club 1, 23
' "' C' l' Ath-
"Wliy the Chimes Rang 3 nr s
letics 1, 2, 3: "The Count and the
L10-CtlQ" junior Folliesg "Hampsted
House" 43 National Thespians 4.
"lie is a good man that can receive
a gift well."
Band 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 3.
"Still water runs deeply."
Girl Reserves 1, Z3 Gym Show 33 Glee
Club 2. 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Girls'
Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4.
lfuiannn: STEI N MAN
"Answer to a maiden's prayer."
Future Farmers of America 43 Ag
'AA mircvture of good humor and good
Aurora. Nebr. 3. Z: Sports 1, 43 Girls'
Gym Show3 Glee l, 43 Girl Scouts l.
aaier .eh 3 C
' r-'r2f f Q. 1.
. ,.,. -A
C PLIYE STEWART
"A modest violet with wicked eyes,"
jobs lJaughters3 Glee Club 3, 43 All
State Chorus 33 Gym Show 1, 3, 43
Girls Athletics 1, 2. 3, 43 Girl Ke-
serve 13 Operetta. "Pickles"3 Gusher
X mu MAE Sroor
"Hirst thou not dropped irorn hea-
Girls' Sextette l ,2, 3. 43 Girls' Trio
2. 43 Double Mixed Quartette 2, 43
Allegro 1, 2, 43 Glee Club Concerts
l, 2, 3, 43 All State Chorus 33 Colo-
rado Springs Representative 23 Girl
lteserves 1. Z: Spanish Club 2. 3, 4:
Uperettas l, 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 2,
33 Annual Staff 43 Gym Show 33
"Why the Chimes Rang."
"The cautious err."
lloxing 1, 2, 33 Track 2, 33 F,l
Douorn Y SULLIVAN
"Smilin' Irish Eyes."
Honorary Cadet Captain 43 Latin
Club 1: Girls' Athletics 1. 33 Glee
3. 4: Cheers Club 4--Sec.-Treas.3
English Club 4,3 Gusher 43 Junior Fol-
lies 33 All State Chorus 33 Euclid 43
Operetta 4: Quill liz Scroll 43 National
Honor Society3 National Thespians3
Senior Class Play, H100 Years Qld,"
likeable trustworthy chap."
Pluclid Club 3, 43 Class Basketball 43
Non-Com. Officer 43 Battallion Rifle
Team 3. 43 Officers Club 4.
"VVh0 says he's not generous? He's
always fond of giving and never
receiving. What? Vl'hy, advice."
A.Ix.A. 43 football 43 Glee 3, 43
Operetta 3,443 Junior Follies 53 State
Manager of "Haunted House"3 Ki-
wanis Play 43 Senior Class Play, H100
o ---- 1933 ---- o
Glue l'luh .l, 4.
Lois Sw .t1.i.ow
"She-'s all for the fun of this world."
liinglisli t'lub 43 Girls' Athletics l, 2.
J, -lg Gym Show l. 3, 4: Uperettas 3,
45 Hlee t'lub I, 2, J, 4: Swimming
Y 3 4
Mm-t ... ., .
li xti:i.lNi: SWENSON
"She lives in peaceful harmony with
Glee l'lub 3.
"She works, then rests: nor gets the
tilt-e l'lub lg Girl Reserves 1, .Zg Gym
Slum' lg Girls' Athletics 2.
C' i i Antics TA NGNEY
"I-'rmn a little spark may burst a
Seninr l'l:tss Officer 4: Non-C'onnnis-
siuiu-rl Officer 2, 3, 4.
"'l'hus tall and louse did he juh
Wurland. W'yii,, 1: Enid, Okla., 2, 3:
National Thespians l, 2. 3. 4: Latin
4'luh 4: Non-C'nnnnissioned Officer 4,
A K in
y A 1 fi
"YYe can't recognize him in at hat,"
t'luh Z, 3, 4, Track 2, 3. 4, Bas-
kethall 2, 3. 4: Secretary Senior Class
43 President Auto Mechanics 33 Se-
niur Vlass Otficial 4.
"l can get alone with most people."
Vice President Manifold l'lub 3: F.F.
A. 1: Mustang Guards 4.
"He raised his deadly rifle straight,
and fired amidst the lot."
Euclid Club 3, 4: Officers' Club 4:
Rifle Team 3, 4: "C" Blanket, Non-
Conitnissiotied Officer 2, 3: Commis-
sioned OfTicer 4, Junior Follies 33
Ulass Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Class
Play "IDU Years Old", Kiwanis Play
"Maybe you're a philosopher."
Girls' Athletics 1, 2, 43 Gym Show.
M Aisu: 'l'oM,tN
"Tell my fixture now."
Girls' Athletics l, 2. 3, 4: Gym Show
3, 4: Uperetta 5: Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4.
"She had nothing to say."
Girls' Athletics 3: Operetta 3: Gyn!
o ---- 1933 ---- o .3
"A good laugh is sunshine in the
Class Officer 23 Junior Follies, Eng-
lish Club 33 Girl Reserves 1, Girl
Scouts 13 Gusher Staff 2.
"Small, but businesslikef'
Laramie 1, 2, 3,5 N. C. H. S. 45
Spanish Club 45 Glee Club, Gym
"A hashful boy is he-at times."
F.F.A.. Class Basketball, and Football.
"Not a usual young lady."
Girl Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 1.
2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Athlet-
ics 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2. 3.5 Gym
Show 1, 3, 4.
"Awful good looking." I
Glue Club 45 Athletics 3, 4: Girl Re-
serves l 3 Gym Show 3.
"O, that marcelg Long may it wave."
Denver, Colo., lg South Bend, Ind.:
Non-Commissioned Officer 2: Class
Football 3, 45 Class Basketball 4, Glee
Club 2, 3.
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"But when I can't, I can't, and that's
Clee l. 2. 3. 4: Gym Show 3, 4.
"Modest and shy as a nun is she."
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 1.
"An easy going tease. who's full ol
Hand 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 43 Glee Club
2, 3, 45 Junior Follies 3, Dance Or-
chestra 3, 43 All State Chorus 3: Ju-
nior Fine Arts Club 4, Denver Repre-
sentative with Band 2: Spanish Club
3, 4: Euclid Club 3, 45 A.K.A. Club
43 Non-Commissioned Officer 3, 4:
Operetta 3, "Goose Hangs Higgs",
Foreign Language Plays 2, 3, Kiwanis
A'Not an o'er-angelic companion."
Gym Show l, 3. 43 Glee Club Con-
certs l, 2, 3, 4.
1'She loves honors and that's about
Girls' Gym Show 13 Girls' Athletics 1.
Z, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2,
"When I play, I want to be inter-
Glee Club 2, 3, 49 Junior Follies 3:
All gtate Chorus 33 "Count and the
"Sweet as honey."
Girl Reserves l: Gym Show 3: Glcc
"l'll try to please you."
l.araulic lligh l, 2, 3: English Club
4: National Honor Society: Gushcr
Canon. MM: Wn.soN
"Red hcadctl, merry and dependable."
Allegro Club 1. 2, 3: Girlvllescrvcs 1:
Glet- Club 2, 4: Junior Pine Arts 3,
Gym Show A.
"A man of the world."
Iland 2, .lg Class llasketball 3.
"Hut in the mud and scum of things,
thert-'s al ways, always something
liuglish Club l. 4: Spanish Club l, 2,
3. 4, St-crm-tary 3: Orchestra l, 2, 3. 4:
lland 3, 4: National llonor Society.
"Ye belle. ye flirt. ye pert little
Executive Council l: Girls' League
Council Otficer 3. 4: English Club 5,
41 National Thespians 3. 41 National
Honor Society 3. 4. Ohficer: Spanish
Club l. 2. 3, 4, Officer: Cheers 4: A.
K.A. 4: Gusher Stat? 4: Oneretta 1. 2,
3. 4: "The Goose Hangs High": Girl
Reserves 1. 2: Girls' Athletics 1, 2:
Girls Sextette 3.
1 RH ef'
V ' ' , 1. ifiw.
L, :,, . QQ
4 In ,. 4 .
"XVhat am I here for?"
Track Team ZQ 3: Class Football Z. 3:
Class Basketball 2, 3: Manifold Club
4: Glee Club 3, 4: "C" Club 2, 3, 4.
"Languid, but at ease."
Loretta Heights Academy 1. 2, 3: Glee
"How many she has fascinated?"
National Forensic League 1, 2, 3, 4:
'l'.N.'l'. 3, 41 A.K.A. 2. 3, 4: Oper-
etta 1, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4:
Gym Show 1: Annual Staff 4: Execu-
tive Council l: Swimming Meet 3:
Pyux Club 1: junior Follies 3: Nation-
al Honor Society.
"lf the world is but a stage, it's a
good thing I'm here."
lunior Follies 4: Operetta 4: "The Nut
Farin": "The Goose Hangs High":
"Shzun"Z "The Lucky Breakn: "Gloria
Muudy": "Just Around the Corner"g
"Chisipta": "Guilty Hauds": "lilo
Years 0ld": Annual Stal? Senior Class
Play: Art Editor: Euclid Club 3: A.K.
A. 3, 4: National Thespians 4: Spanish
Club 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Allegro Club
3: English Club 4: Art Club 1. 2:
Non-Commissioned Officer 3: Class
Athletics 4: National Honor Society.
"Nor is the wide world ignorant of
lland 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 3. 4: Glee
Club l. 2. 3: All State Chorus 22
Operetta 2. 3: Girl Scouts 1. Z: Girl
Reserves l. 2: Girls' Athletics l. 2. 3,
4: Girls' Gym Show 1, 3, 4.
"A helping hand and a willing
Gym Show 3, 4: English Cluh 3: Jun-
ior Follies 3: 0peFetta 1, 4: Concert 1.
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"He seems quiet, but do we know
f'lass footliall 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Basket-
ball 1, 3: F.F.A. 43 Stage Crew 4.
"He that would catch his fish must
venture his bait."
VVoodland, Wash., 1. 2, 3, Dramatics
"llc's a sweet child."
"Bring mc cheerful messages or
Thermopolis. VVyo., 1, 2. 3, "Love
Pirates of Hawaiing "The Sunbonnet
Girl", Pep Club 1, 2. 31 Glee Club
1, 2. 3, 4: Girls' Quartette 2, 3: Spau-
ish f'lub l, 2: Basketball Team 1, 2,
"You must have seen I'm no wordy
Non-Commissioned Officer 4: Mustang
Guards 4: Glee Club 4.
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'A' worthy girl. capable of great
"Hu that never eats too much will
never be lazy,"
"?ndHyet Llncoln lived but yester-
Yell Ireaqrlcr 35 Class Basketball 33 Of-
ficers Lluh 4: Commissioned Officer
42 Aon-Commissioned Officer l, 2. 3:
ANA llflEYENFELDT flieceaserll
"Sensible and sane."
Allegro 1, 2, 35 Art Club 1, 2, Glec
Yligw 2, 3: Girl Scouts 1, 2: A.K.A.
"My little body is tired of this great
Latin Flub 1, 2, Girl Reserves 1, 29
Glee Club 3.
"The tromhone breaks upon the still-
ness of the night."
Hand 1. 2, 3, 4: Non-Commissioned
Officer 3. 4: Euclid Club 4g Class
Football 2, 45 "Lucky Break."
ilu 4 vmuriam
CLASS or '-33"
BORN AUGUST 19. 1913
DIED APRIL 27.1933
CLASS OF "3A"
BORN MARCH 31.1914
DIED NOVEMBER 9.1932
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N. C. H. S.'s BEST SENIOR EDITORIAL
THIS THING CALLED GRAMMAR
VVe feel that, being, on the editorial board of the "Gusher," and therefore
of an unquestionably high intellectual standing, schooled in the intricacies of
the English language, to say nothing of the Scandanavian, learned in grammar
from the simple matter of conjugations to the more complex business of the
cases of pronouns, we feel, therefore. as we was saying back in the first line,
that we can safely venture a word or two, or even more, of advice about this
here now thing called grammar. XVe do not refer to grandpa's wife.
Maybe you don't think grammar is so important. Maybe you think that
people don't notice your mistake when you say "Between you and me" in-
stead of "Between you and If, But, kids, to be brutally frank, people out in
the world-business men, and truck drivers, and doctors, and all like that-
they notice it, all right. You betcha they do. VVhen you think they are just
smiling to be pleasant, they may be laughing inside at them Cstrange inter-
ludej little errors of speech what you are making. So watch out for what
you are saying. and do not go around blowing off without thinking, like
Tommy Shoemaker does.
Now take this here word ain't for instance. You should take it and throw
it in the lake. Or bury it in the dump. It don't belong. It's as out of place
in a cultured fellow's vocabulary as red pants at a cattle show. No really
educated person say "ain't." You never heard Mr. Rockefeller say, "I ain't
got no money." You never heard Mr. Alphonse Capone say, "I ain't got
nothing to do with that racket." Did you, now? Of course you didn't. So if
you want to be somebody like these guys, lay off that ain't stuFf.
,S 0 -..- 1933 ---- 0
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JOSLYN SCHVVARTZ IJRAZIFK QUEALY
MISS IIIGNIELL MR. CORBETT
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
By .JANE PARK
The third's the charm! And more than a charm this third year of our high school career has been.
From the very beginning of this career way back in 1930-31, we had all the earmarks of a pretty
snatzy class. Our class officers for that first green year were: President, Billy Crater: vice president,
Marjorie Turner: secretary-treasurer, Martin Christian: G. l.. C, representative, Alice Real: representative
to the Executive Council, Lester Quealy, and sponsors, Miss Dorothy Eignell and Miss Ruby McBride. VVC
made quite a name for ourselves that first year at the Co-ed Rall, the Freshman dance, and on the girls'
champion soccer team and the Casper basketball squad.
The next year, last year, we got right down to brass tacks and went out for debating, sports, essay con-
tests, yelling and "C" pins in a big way-not altogether forgetting our class picnic. Representing us in
debate were Max Campbell and Marjorie Turner: in athletics were Don Joslyn, Billy Crater, Howard
Rissler and Joe Donavon. Our dictators that year were: President, Ruby Drazick: vice president, Lester
Quealy: treasurer, Beverly Gorman: sergeant at arms, llill Henry: and secretary, Mildred Reach. Our
representatives were, Trula Mae Arnott, G. L. C., and Dick Schwartz, Executive Council. Our sponsors
were Miss Eignell and Miss Fields. '
And now this year we forgot the brass tacks even and went so far as to hit the nail on the head by
giving the best 'lJunior Follies" ever given in "dear ol' almo mater." The theme of the Follies was a show-
boat and was under the skilled supervision of Miss Bignell, our class sponsor for the third time: R. G.
Corbett, our other sponsor, and Miss Frances Heller.
Our officers for this year are: President, Dick Schwartz: vice president, Ruby Urazick: secretary, Don
Joslyn: treasurer, Lester Quealy: representative to Executive Council, 'l'rula Arnott and Gene Moore: and
representatives to the G. L. C., Mildred Beach, Helen Sisk and Jane Park.
Among our outstanding athletes are Joslyn, Rissler, Moore, Tobin, Crater, and Jones, with Dick
Schwartz as Athletic Manager.
Among our "gifted and talented" are: Artist, Nancy Hopkins: actor, Norman Bartling: pianist, Rob-
'l'o climax the year, the Junior Prom was a walloping success!
Dear, oh, me! XVith such supremacy this year. what will we be next year? Tish-Tish! ! ! ! l
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Gallegos fiilSU'8v Greenlcy Harry Helfrich
Gill Gingrich Grnws Heffcrin Holder
Garrett Guthrie Hurtt Hene Hopkins, li
Gaston Goliltrap Haines Henry Hopkins, T.
Gates Goodman Hanmionrl Higgins
Gnintlier Goodnight Hansen Hergngen Howzircl
Gillilan Gorman Harlowe Hively Howell
Gilmore Grey Harris Holmgren Hululward
Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 Row 9 Row 10
llufsmith JUl'lI!SfO!l Lmnlwrt xlCGl'8l1gll McLean
l Inrlcy Julian Kinney McKee M erris
Hunter Tones Lathrop McNamara Maloney
qlzxlwlinzni Tnurgenscn Lloyd Magor Nlertz
Kennedy Lester Mahoney Xliller, F,
jmwi Kern Luoyestyn llarklc Mills, A.
Tnsvnclnl Kimball Macliowcll Mathews Mills, G.
Joslyn Knutson Nlorris xlCIN8!113l'Ii Miller, B.
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1033 ---- 0 1231
Unus more. then
L I F E
By JANE PARK
Life is like the rising
And setting of the sun-
On the first rays of morning
Our course is hegun.
XYith the coming of dawn
Youth takes its upward path
Too often starting gayly
And ending in wrath.
This orbit takes courage
For many or its woes
lVhat's right's also wrong
XYhat's right no one knows.
l,ife's noon means to many
XN'ealth, health and fame.
To others, less fortunate,
Perhaps hut a name.
But since all things that rise
Must eventually fall-
Relentless is Fate,
The end comes to all.
Yield not to sadness
XYhen you're called to go,
The last days are sweetest.
Cahn, cool in sunset glow.
Lifels evening is the momory
Lingering long after
Wlith those, who recall your
Each tear, song and laughter
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MISS FERIS MR. JOHNSON
liy Tian Xlf:L'M.xN
The Sophomore Class of this year has a membership of 300 pupils, Miss lferis and Mr. johnson are
our class sponsors and our class officers are junior VVillis, president: Jeanette Kimball, vice president: Ted
Neuman, seeretaryg Betty Park, treasurer. Shirley Donovan and Mildred Grey are our Girls' League repre-
sentatives, and Tom Hoffine is our member of the Executive Council.
The Sophomores had a novel idea for their dance this year, giving a "Movie Ball" at the Armory on
December Sth. Prizes were given for the best impersonations of actors and actresses and Jeanette Kimball
and Billy Robertson won the honors.
NVe are quite proud of our class president this year, who has won a place on our basketball team.
Three members of our class are doing good work on the debating team-Shirley Donavan, Patricia Jacob-
son, and Betty Park.
NVe presented a banner to the student body of Natrona High, inscribed with Soph-'35, and it is now
hanging in the armory. This is only a beginning of the things the Sophomore Class hopes to do for our
school. During the next two years we hope to accomplish a lot so that the Class of '35 will always be
remembered by Natrona County High School.
TEC 0 ..-- 1933 ---- 0
Adoue, jenny Hurke, 'Mary llilso, Anna
Anderson, llelen Hurns, Xvylllllll Donahue, Nona
Arinagast, -lean Bunker, Henna Donahue, Archie
.Nl'llllDl'll5lCl', llelen Hurd Henry Donavan, .Dorothy
l,Ul'lllS, Nuzlll '
Hahcoek, Clillord Vznnphell, Mildred llowlin, Lester
Hailey, lion Vamphell, Dorothy
Hailey, l.ouis Campbell, Charlotte lfrickson, livelyn
Haker, Ilonald Carter, Nova Fvans, Xvilson
Hanse, Mary lfllen Carter, Naomi lfvans, Dick
Heasley, Yira Carter, Fdna lfvans, Donald
Hedsanl, llarold lfvans, Gomer
Hentley, john fanady, Rohert livers, Pauline
Herquist. .-Xlta Cassell, Vlfanda liydinann, Raymond
Herry, Blargaret Castledine, Ruth
Hilek, Clillord Cfoughlin, Cleni Fass, Gladys
Holin, YYilhnr Chapman, Hruce Findley, Gerald
Howinan, Margaret Cliidley, Catherine Fisher, Earl
Hradas, Mary cotton, Dorothy Fletcher, Dorothy
Hrown, Hoh Voats, Mary lillen Ford, Verha
Hrown, l.ola Lfrafford, lfsther Fortenherry, Hill
Huchanan, Chester Cranston, Vl'allace Fronk, Dorothy
Hurk, Cecille Critchfield, Dorothy Frank, Robert
Hnrke, joe Culver. Alice. Frandsen, blames
Hurd, Mahel llahlin, Margurite Frost, l.ynn
Hnrteh, Alvin llavidson, Ralph
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' THE GUSHER
Geroge, Martha Jean Japp, Marion
Gilmarti1i',,:Kenneth , Jolly, Earl
y Joslyn, Lowell
La Naue, Josephine
J Laymon, Keith
J Lemley, Harold
, Lewis, Hubert
J Lilly, Thelma
House, Betty Liindholm, Katherine
Howard, Betty ilsindstaedt, Walter
Hurley, Catherine J
"QS o ---- l 9 3 3 ---- o
Rhodes, Lee Vern
Schwartz, Mary Louise
Thompson, Ver Mae
Sheppard, Vivian Tudder, Delbert
Sheppard, Neil Twidale, Margaret
Slager, Edmund Vetter, Blanche
Smith, Mary Vesey, Mary
Smith, Lucille Vitek, Ruby
Smith, Eugene Vitek, Frances
Smith, Wilson Vodnal, Olga
Snoddy, Howard VValdron, Edwards
Sprague, Ray VVallace, Grant
Spicer, Marjorie Wallace, Reba
Sprittle, Geraldine Weaver, Mervin
Steed, Urssell Weidner, Mary
Stephins, Williams Vlfertenberger, Betty
Stout, Carl Whethan, Virgil
Stewart, John Whitney, Katherine
Sutherland, Catherine Williams, Alta
Swain, Lloyd Williams, Edward
Swallow, Wilma Willis, junior
Swift, Maurine VViley, Harold
Syverson, Dolores VVilliams, John
Tagney, Julian Wilson, Wanda.
Taylor, Garvin Wilson, Harold
Taylor, Virginia Wright, Frankland
Thomas, Johnny NVirth, Minnie
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"WAY BACK WHEN--
, nip you Kxow
That N. C. H. S. had 2O1teachers in 1921, and that Mr. Morgan is the only
familiar face among them.
That in the same year 361 Seniors left these stately halls.
That Veronica Kassis is tihe seventh one of her family to attend N. C. H. S.
That the Annual was kiiown as "The Gentianf' and still later as the "Na-
That the uniforms were first introduced in 1914, and the same blue-grey for
the boys has been worn ever since that time, except during the war, when
khaki was adopted.
That the orchestra in 1910 had 12 members.
That the class of 1918 hakl 12 graduates.
That the favorite hair dress for girls in 1920 was side puffs known as Ucootie
garages. ' 1
N. C. H. s. AS You LIKE IT
fiXNith apologies to Shalcespearel GOD BLESS OUR TECHERS
All the school's a state
And the freshmen in it merely stage
They have their exits and their en-
In the auditorium balcony Cguarded
by the Lieutenantj 1
NVQ luf our techers
Our techers luf ns
lint ditcha the class
And they raiza the fus.
There are seven ages: First the fles-
Feeling lost and lonesolme in Sep-
Then the gay offender oil November,
On the linoleum. Later comes the
frolicsome child tripping
Lightly off to the Fresliman Party.
The conquering hero, going home at
Talking, boasting, bragging of the
"fellows at school" 1
Fifth. the crabber, chanlting dismal
Of all the trouble he encounters.
Sixth, the serious student, cramming
for semesters 1
VVorried lest his English course be
Last the he man with his sweater,
And bright belt buckle, strolling into
Sans notebook, sans tie, sans every-
Teacher she's gcnrus
She gives us the test
lfVe accept with much pleslmre
Hut ah. vot a mess.
Pore techer feels badly
Her pupils they Hunk
l'ore brats they feel worser
lt's they who are sunk.
Now our lot is easy
For leaf them we must
But techer gits more imps
O' Satan like us.
Qld age may creep upon us
But graduation we'll see
For we luf our techers
Our techers luf we.
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l'l'IRlJl'Ii slilmk slsk sltl-IAS
l'laTr: Sigma - President
RVT11 Slsic - Yiee President
lionornv RM: Sm-:.xs - Secretary
limrriit l'mnn'i: - - - Treasurer
Miss H r':A1.v ,xxn Mu. Rl'ssIcl.1. - - - - Sponsors
One hundred and eight Freshmen entered Natrona County Iligh School September 6, 1932, very eager
to continue their education. For many days they could be seen hurrying and scurrying through the halls
trying to find their next class rooms. VVhen they finally became adjusted and things were running along
smoothly, a class meeting at which class officers were elected was held.
liven if we are lfreshmen, we have had some honors come to our classmates. XYalter Klechaley and
Louise Sahin were Freshmen representatives in the A.K. A. Club. john Thomas, because of unusually good
lungs, was chosen cheer leader. Pete Sedar carried off the honors for our class in athletics, being one of
the football stars.
The Freshmen were entertained at the Annual Kid Party, September 24, 1932, by the Seniors.
Two Co-ed Halls were given by the Senior girls for the Freshmen girls during the year, one being
for midyear Freshmen.
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Adamson, Maxwell Clark, Gene Gilstrap, Geraldine
Adoue, Jennie 3Cleary, John Goggin, John
Ainsley, Ray Collins, Mary Dale Graves, Dean
Albert, Emily Coltrane, Enid Graves, Fern
Allison, Donald J Conner, Darrell Gray, Jeanne
Amend, Benjamin J Consigny, Jimmg Gray, Jack
Cotton, Marian Green, Harold
J Crayne, Pearl
Avagon, Luviano Hansen, Leonard
Hawley, Mary Louise
Hatten, La Vera
, Davies, Hazel
J Doud, Lee
J Dunn, Joe
Biglin, Peggy Ann
i Emmel, Billy
J Evans, Corrine
l Forbes, Paul
Burke, John Freeman, Ann
Gallaghen, Nellie Israel, Newton
J Garrett, Labin
i Genoplas, Eugene
Clare, Jim Gilmartin, Pat
Johnson, Mary Ellen
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Lingg, Hildegarde i
Miller, Joe '
Moore, Carrie Nell
Salim, Manila Louise
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Speas, Dorothy Rae
Tinsley, La Rue
Va Natta, Vern
Vcsey, VVilliam Q
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:famplfmell Vrozier l'hryst Dudley Else Farquahzn'
larhe g Herd Miss Collins ldleman Irvine
Jensen Johnson Koch Kruse Hack Sedar VVampler
S monsor - Miss Rose A1101-1 Cormxs
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Vice President - - - 'l'nEi.nA Korn
Secretary - - - GERTRUDE Iizvimz
Treasurer - - -
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- - l'lELI-IN CROZIER
Reporters - - - - HAZ:-11. l.iARRl'lRli, FLORENUE BRowN
Ruth Hlanford, July Z4--A great friend. Albert Brennan, August Z9-Ambitious to excel.
Florence Brown, January 31--Dignified leader. Helen Brown, January 11--An enthusi-
astic planner. Rose Bustard, October 17-Loves money. Louise Butler, May 28-Quick
to adapt ideas of others. Edna Campbell, September Z1-An honest character. Ruby
Chryst, May 4--Order habits. Helen Crozier, February Z8-Cooperative with others.
Edna Dudley, September 17-Success through companions, Maxine Else, October 21-
liasily discouraged, have faith. lone Farquahar, September 12-Signs of leadership. Hazel
Garberg, February Z-Journalism best outlet. Marie Herd, July Z8-A nature too trust-
ing. Jacqueline ldleman, March Z7-Don't overlook small details. Certie Irvine, Sep-
tember 26-Exceedingly ambitious. Louise Jensen, January 24-Re cautious in all matters.
Loyal Johnson, April 10-Possessed of a joyful nature. Thelma Koch, April 4-Prone to
make sna.p judgments. LaVerne Kruse, April 26--Has an ambition to travel. Xvilliam
Mack, December Z2-impatience to see results. Kathryn Sedar, September 27-Prosperity
late in life. Thelma VVampler, December Z-Too much attention to little things.
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llarrctl lloffhinc NYillis l'. St-dar
l'rt-sidcnt of thc Studt-nt Body ------- - hlllili Sicima
lloys' Yicc l'rt-sidcnt and tfadct Major ----- Yickxox l3icN'1'1.i:r
Girls' Yicc l'rcsidcnt ---- - - Nllmarin ,Nxox
Sn-crctary ----'-- IXl.nu:.-tai-:'r L'.x'riir1a
'l'rt-asnrcr ---- l:lYl.liY Mcl.r1xx,xx
liditor of thc Xcwspapcr ' ' ,lrxca Maxx
liditor of tht- Annual - - - :XlIl.llRl-Ill .-Xxox
Senior Class l'rcsidcnt - Cllrxaliis llowxlrxx
junior Class l'rcsidcnt - Q Dick Scnw.xR'rz
Sophoinorc Class l'rt-sidcnt ---- jrxiok XX'n.t.1s
lfrcslnnan Class President - ----- l'i':'ri: Sienna
,lnnior Class Rcprcscntativcs - tinxitz Nlooius, 'llRl'l..X Mai: .'xRXU'l"l'
Sophoinorc Class RL'llI'l'Sl'lll2illYt' ---- 'l'noxl,xs llUFl"llINE
l"l'0SlllllZlll Class Rcprcscntativc ---------- l'..x1nx ti.xkin:'r'r
'l'hc Council of 1032 and 1935 has had a particularly hard joh. In thc ahscncc of our
principal, Mr. llicks, quitc a lol of responsihility was pnt upon thc Council. Financial
straits havc also coinplicatcd inattcrs soincwhat this ycar, hut with thc hclp of Miss l7cris,
Mr. Morgan, and fllr. llicks dnring thc sccond scincstcr, cvcrything was workcd out sat-
Following thc plan of last ycar, thc Council, organizcd as a hoincrooin, nict cvcry
day. llowcvcr, 'l'uL-,sday was the official husincss day and all niattcrs of iniportancc wcrc
hronght up o nthat day. Contrary to forincr ycars, thc Council had charge of thc sclcctf
ing ot' thc St-nior Class rings. A standard dyc was pnrchascd and this ring.: will hc nscd
in the school hcnccforth. Nlcinhcrs of thc junior Class wcrc allowed to huy rings this
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GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL
llull Beach Kassis VVitt
Donovzui Gray Nliss Sliirller VVilson Albert
GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL
B Y M ILDRICIJ :X xox
- - - - - - - President
- Vice President
ELIZABETH CA'rm-:R -
V1Rc:1N1AVV11vr - - - Secretary
BETTY BALL --------------- - - Treasurer
The Girls' League Council was organized several years ago from the Girls' Senior
Council. At present time the council is composed of twelve girl representatives of each
The council started the year by sponsoring the annual Girls' League banquet with
approximately 200 girls attending, Following this affair came the two Co-ed Balls for
the freshman girls: one each semester. Each six weeks an interesting assembly for girls
was given. In March their council was entertained at a progressive dinner, after which
Miss Shidler, sponsor, took the girls to a Midnight Show.
This spring they entertained at a tea for the Senior girls and the women members
of the faculty. Projects for the year included several candy sales, an all school dance, and
finally, two all-school assemblies.
The motive of the Girls' League Council in the last year has been to assist any girl
in school and to bring a closer relationship between all. The success of the council is
due to the sincere efforts of Miss Margaret Shidler.
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THE 1933 GUSHER
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liruvxn Hicks Martin Anon Kloclqsicni Hull lirltoin
lrmnk Smut M r. jolmsou Miss jmnvs fyilfllllltlf A lxassis
Park Hopkins Nlnpes xvldpllll V li. 1 :ithcr
,Innes Xl. lllltllvl' XYitz 'l':iyl-fr Lind:-:nam Lounex
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V1-:RA M .xl-I STOU1'
Miss VERDA JAMES
MR. OTIS JOHNSON
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lleegnn Miss l'ettigrew Mr. I-limehaugh Klocksiem
Sullivan SCllWZlI'lZ Schaefer Anon
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llELEN SMITH -
XYIVIAN Hicks -
Dox DEI-:GAN -
l'lARULlJ Rooms -
Miss RUTH PETTIISREXX' - -
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Hoys' Sport Editor
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Swinging into action promptly upon the opening of scholl, the Gusher's staff was
soon organized and at work upon the initial issue, which turned out to be an excellent
paper. Although constantly confronted with financial difficulties, the staff managed to
publish the paper throughout the year without having to borrow from the school's funds.
Accompanied by Miss Ruth Pettigrew, three members of the staff, Jack Mann, Lois
K'ocksiem and ,lohn Coughlan, attended the State Newspaper Conference held at the
University of VVyoming. At this conference, the Gusher was awarded second place among
Class A newspapers.
Seven new members were initiated into the Quill Q Scroll, the international honorary
society for high school journalists. The initiates were Albert Martin, Mildred Anon, Helen
Smith. Dorotliv Sullivan, Vivian Hicks, Lois Klocksiem and Don Deegan. Other mem-
bers of the staff are now working on their membership in the Quill Sz Scroll for next year.
Several of the staff placed in divisional newspaper contests, although Don Dcegan was
the only member to receive a National award.
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lion man Looney Xl. father llall XYitl lf. fzvthei' Hicks XV1'iglit
Ulfenlnaellei' Lnckey Martin Mapes Kloeksieni linterline Llllllrlllllll Smith
U'I'onnoi' Mann Prolxst Miss llagan XX'itZ Bentley X. llolimlay
ll, llolialay Niehols l-'rank llrazick lhirhain Phelps Patterson Holstein
li. Sullivan Uri' Trevett tiolmltrap tlorlnan liryan Il, Sullivan XYirth
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
lly Kl.'t1u:.xki:'r Llvritrtk
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Secretary Kl.xRo.'xki1'l' Lfvrllrlk
Treasurer - Yliualxl.-x XYi'r'r
Sponsor - -------------- Nllss lJ0l.I.Y ll,xo,xx
ln IU27 the Orange ancl lllack Chapter of the National llonor Society was organized
in our school. This is a national organization which attempts to set hefore high school
stuflents as goals its four ideals, namely: Scholarship, character, leadership, and service.
liefore a student can gain lnenihership into the National llonor Society, he niust he
in the extrenle upper percentage of the class seholastically. Some years ago students were
jutlgerl only on their scholastic ability, but to increase the justness and fairness of choosing
nieinhers, a good cleal of stress is now put on the ninnher of activities in which they have
participated during their entire school career. Prospective nienibers must also he from the
,lnnior or Senior classes and niust he approved hy a faculty committee.
'l'he year was begun with a tnenthership of only a few seniors. Therefore the cluh
has heen practically inactive. ln Nlarch new members were chosen, Miss llagen has
again actecl in the capacity of sponsor.
l"or the past several years the lnain project of the National llonor Society has heen
to sponsor the llall of lfaine. The llall of lfanie consists of the twelve nlost outstanding
seniors in school and their pictures are hung in the trophy room.
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Rash- Martin XYitt Bentley flicks Shoemaker Taylor
Bartlmg Bullack Helriek Probst llag es llall xxvflghi
BY hlARGARET CATHER
President - - - - - - - - - - - MILDRED Axox
becretary-lreasurer - - - MARGARI-:T CATH:-:R
Sponsor -------------- Miss BEt'1.,xn R. Bmirss
The National Thespian Society is an honorary dramatics club. Its purpose is to
reward high school students for their participation in dramatics and stage work. The
Natrona County High School troop has the privilege of being Troop No. l. The club
was begun in our school by Earl C. Blank, a former instructor of dramatics here, who is
now the National Thespian director. In the four years since it has been organized it has
been instituted in 232 high schools throughout the country.
The qualifications for membership, in addition to being regularly enrolled in a high
school or academy and having a satisfactory scholastic record, are to have satisfactorily
played a major role Cappeared in two acts and had 75 linesb in a long play or two one-
act plays given by the school, or to have taken minor roles in four plays. Membership
is also given for work as business or stage manager in 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 "A
Lucky Break," the annual A. K. A. play, the annual English Club play, and the Senior
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NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE
Utl'unb:n'lu-r l-Interline llentlt-5 l'umpbt-ll F-mith
llonovun -lueolnson Nliss lit-ris l':n'k XYit1
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE
lit' Miss I"k.xxt'r:s lfmus
The National lforensie l.ezu1ue, un honorary society for high school debaters and
orutors, wus organized three yeurs ago, and sinee thut time it hus been un aetive und
growing organization. lluring the present yeur there have been fifteen members in the
League. tif this nmnber four have not uetively participated in debate: vloe Orr, Virginia
VVitz, L'harles liowmun, and llelen Smith. lileven members. however, have represented
the school on interscholastic teams: Seniors--'Vernon Bentley, Donald lfnterline, l.ueiu
Uffenbaeher, und Douglas Ilrowng juniorsilliornton lluiley, Klux Campbell, and llow-
ard lireamg Sophomores--Shirley Donovan, l'utrieiu jueobson, and lletty Park: lfresh-
Qualification for membership in this elub ure as follows: A student must win in one
interscholastic debate, lose two, or participate in two non-decisions. lle must ulso be in
the upper two-thirds of his class.
The subject for debate this year wus: "Resolved, that at least half of all state and
loeal revenue should be derived from sources other than the tax on tangible property,"
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lj0ldfl'iIlV -Thompson liurgess Gorman Ball lllggs
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llettwelyer liaxnphell Alhgrt A1-buckle Hopkins Heal Mullins
T. N. T.
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Pf6Side11t - BETTY LOU DURHAM
Vice President -
Treasurer - -
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Sponsors --------- Miss Erma Hoommx, Miss GRACE SLIN11
The T. N. T. is the oldest girls' pep club in Natrona County High School. It was
organized five years ago with the purpose of supporting athletics in the school. Since then
the membership and usefulness of the club have increased. ln the past year the T. N. T.
have been outstanding in their almost perfect attendance at all high school football and
basketball games. The club adopted new uniforms carried out in the school colors that
were very effective. They decorated goal posts at all the football games, held their annual
dance for tl1e football team, sponsored a school dance and helped in ticket sales, They
also put on a very successful pep assembly before the Cheyenne football game. They
entertained the Cheer Club at an afternoon musical reception, which did much to create
a friendly spirit of competition between the two clubs.
The movement to establish the T. N, T. throughout the State was carried on with
much success this year and there are now T. N. T. Clubs in a number of the outstanding
XVyomming high schools. In all, the T. N. T. has done very well in its attempt "to help
the school in every way possible" during the past year. Much of the success of the club
is due to the sponsors, Miss Hoopman and Miss Slind.
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Vice l'resident - - - Ql'INI.FIN' Rlel.i:xx,w
Seeretary-Treasurer ----, Xi.nr:a'r hl.XRTIN
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'l'he Caclet Officers Chili was well organized this year, chiefly through the efforts of
its sponsors, Lieutenant llomewoocl ancl Sergeant Layman. Regular semi-social meetings
were helfl every other Monday evening, the purpose of which was to give the caclct officers
a chance to stncly aclvaneecl mnsketrv, man nrohlems, :incl comhat nrohlems in a small
group. .M each meeting a small part of the time was taken np hy hnsiness anrl refresh-
ments anrl the remaincler was rlevoterl to studying prohlems on military maps anrl sanrl
'l'he elnh partieipaterl i11 the social affairs of the school hy giving Il mimher of clances
:mfl eooperatecl with the ling Six organization in boosting school activities in every way
llesieles the charter memhers, eommissionetl officers of the hattalion, four. -lnniors.
the first sergeant of each company, were voterl into the clnh so they will he ahle to
carry on next year.
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Park Nichols Mills Kassis W'itt llanway Neuman
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President - - ------ HELPZN SMITH
Vice President - - RUBY DRAZICK
Historian - - - - - JANE PARK
Secretary-Treasurer - - Douoruv SULLIVAN
Sponsor ---------------- Miss NTARION FIr:Lns
The Cheer Club, a new pep club formed for the purpose of promoting good sports-
manship and school spirit, held their first formal meeting at a luncheon in Leslies' tea
room before the first football game of the season on September 21. Officers were elected
and members introduced. The club was officially introduced to the school at a pep
assembly held soon after their first meeting. The novel idea of having them enter the
Stage by way of 'a large megaphone was used.
The objectives of the club are to attend football and basketball games, have charge
of pep assemblies, and to be active in school activities. Under the sponsorship of Miss
Fields the club has accomplished its aims.
So far this year the girls of the club have adopted uniform jackets, the color scheme
being carried out in school colors, have attended all games, have sponsored a successful
pep assembly, have carried on an advertising campaign for the performance of the
magician, and have had several parties.
The club, being newly formed, has done more than it looked for this year and hopes
to do more and more as the years go by.
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Cool-ct: llranul Meyer Xliss llayiess llllfllillll Swallow li. l':ither
ll. llentley N. llolliday Long' llraziek xlL'N1lIll2lI'1l jack llllilflllllll l':nnphell
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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA
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l'resident - - ------ - Ronrziera Nlwvics
Yiee President - - XYIRGINIA XVITZ
Secretary - DONNA Blu: Sxonnv
Treasurer - - - - Fi.oR.x lim-:R
Sponsor --------------- Miss litem..-xii lS.xv1.r:ss
The dramaties society was organized as K. A. K. first in W25. The name was
changed to Alpha Kappa Alpha, meaning "Beauty and Truth," in 1029.
Changes in the manner of conducting the club were made when Il new constitution
was drawn up at the first meeting in September.
All regular tneetings were held at homes of tnetnbers instead of after school meetings
m l5l, as previously held. This was found more successful and more interesting for the
A one-act comedy. "Common Clay," was presented in assembly as the initiation of
the new metnbers.
Man things were done this vear to make the work of the club more interesting.
A one-act play, "Gloria Klundie, was given m assembly the second semester by mem-
bers of the club.
The final work of the organization for the year was the three-act mystery comedy,
ullauntecl House," given to raise funds for the nnprovement of the stage.
The annual picnic was held and was a great success. NVe have had a more successful
year than ever before, because of the interest of the members and the cooperation of
Miss Bayless, the sponsor.
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Sponsor - - -
The '35 Club is made up entirely, as the name suggests, of members of the class of
135. The Club was organized early in the fall of 1932 by Virginia Taylor and Cuyler
Schwartz. It is different from any club in school. Its purpose is solely to have a good
time and to make the class of '35 one of the best ever to have graduated from our high
school. The meetings of the Club are as informal as the purpose. One is held whenever
the Club or a member of the Club decides to have it. The membership of the Club is
limited to thirty-fifteen boys and fifteen girls.
Their first project this year was a movie dance given for the sophomore class and
their guests. Everyone attended dressed as the movie star whom thev thought they could
best impersonate. Although the '35 Club is not a member of the Rig 6, it has rendered
its services in several school affairs. ln the second semester, the club sponsored another
very successful dance for the entire school. The Club will continue to exist until the
members graduate in 135.
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Il1':1zirk l':Illt'I'llllL' l.luy1l Miss Iliguell Nl. Cather lDz11'i4ls1n1 XX1s111
Nichols Heller l"1':111k Il. Sullivzm l.v1m11-y hl. Sullivan l'l'illl XX llglll
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ll1e l'.llLlll?4ll Club was establishecl ill our sclmol i11 N29 by Loy li. Oxuu s
Club is au lltllltll' urga11izatio11 CUIll15USL'll of stucleuts who have gaiuecl El high st111d1111g u
Sllllttlilfrllllli i11 llll' liuglish fll'lHll'll1ll'lll nf Nzitrtulzt Cuuuty lligh School, :md l1 ut prm
themselves pruficieut i11 tl1is course hy PZISSTIIQ Ll C0ll1lll'tltlVQ ex:1111i11atin11 to gd iut
bership to the Cl11b.
Regular meetiugs uf the Cl11b ure helcl uuce 11 llllllllll. .'hllCIlllZlllCC rults xrt tlll c
strict. TI1e progrzuus preseutetl at these meetiugs are eutertz1i11i11g as well as mstruc 1
illllk' play which the Club s1m11su1's each year was preseutecl to the p11hlic .Xprl 7 1
was 21 greet success. rlllll' social eveuts of lllt' year will be tertuiuatecl by a btuquct 1
El picnic i11 which tI1e Club members aucl their guests will participate.
The members of this Club i11 past years were lllSll'lIlllClll2ll ill the publishtu f 1 t
.lX11tl1ology of lligh School Verse," at collectinu of poems uf xxrylllllllljl 11g sc mo
students. Tl1c Club has coutiuuecl to wurk i11 this field by the 0Sl2IllllSllIllCl1l t1 ut
Corner" i11 thc l1igl1 school paper.
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I EUCLID CLUB
Erazck xvdiillltd' Martin Campbell Holstein Bowman f,iYl'!llll3Cl'lCl'
uc ey XYiIliam: Sailor Roth Mitchell P. Lnckey
Ilream Paulson S Park Bliss Hoag Campbell Pattillo Rochelle
Sutherland Bryan Thonipsun Haines llingenheimer Boston Keyser
Sullivan Dobbins Hopkins Holliday llicks Haines VYright
BY CARL XVEIDNER
l,I'CS1ClCl1t - - -----f MAX CAMPBI-1I.I.
Vice President - - - - - .ALBERT MARTIN
Secretary-Treasurer - - CARL NVEIDNER
Sponsor - - - - - Miss Rrrn lloixca
The main purpose of the Euclid Club is to create and maintain a greater interest in
mathematics among the students of Natrona County High School.
The Club has held no contests this year but much has been accomplished. Regular
meetings have been held all year under the able direction of the president, amendments
have been added to the constitution and a steadier interest has been maintained in the
club than in other years.
The programs have been more interesting this year than in former years. Programs
were arranged and presented by contesting teams.
won over the Junior-Sophomore-Freshmon team.
the Senior team and Max Campbell chairman of the under class team.
ln the first semester the Senior team
Gordon Sutherland was chairman of
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SICXOR lfxuxx lJ.xl'fzixixRn
- - Slawurz Dux lQN'I'l-IRI,INl-I
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- - - - - Sisxuxmyx llluus, Saxon C.'xxl1m..xRLx
lil Circulo lispanol fue nrganizaclo con la intcnciun clc pronlovcr cl clcsarrollo y la
practice cle bucn espanol y de reunir a los mas buenos estucliantcs do espanol. Estos
cstncliantcs, ticnen que niantener niarcas fly uno o dos por un ternlino antcs clc quo
califiqucn para aclmision cn Cl Circulo. lin esta inanera sc cmnponc Llc los cstncliantcs
qnim-nos son los nlas capaccs y los que tic-ncn nnas intercs cn cl espanol.
Los IPFOHYHIIIHS cle cada rcnninn cunticncn tofla alas cle nhra litcraria coniu cliscnrruos.
flialogns, rccitationes, cmneclias cortas, cliistcs y todas class- cle nmsica y cantos.
A Carla rvnnion hay intretcniniicntn, por Ins nicnilmros. llcspncs clcl cntrctcniinicntn,
rofrsscns con scrvirlos por la hucspcrlas.
Una do las fnnctioncs sncialcs mas inipnrtantus rlcl ann nccnrrv Cnanfln cl Circnlo
lispanol asistc cl hanquctc anual rlcl "Filipino Club." l.as principalcs lnnctinncs son
nncstro lxailc annal y una tertnlia on cl canipn.
lin la primcra reunion rlcl Carla sn-nlcstrc, los nficialcs son clcgirlns.
-CARI. li. XYEIIINER
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lil. Donovan XYilsou VYQ-iiliic-1' Thompson Mahoney Mitchell Campbell Hall
S. Donovan Shepard Mel'arthy Neuman Jacobson Miller Rutlwrforfl Cotton J. Sullivan
Goltltrap llowarcl Carter Bliss Xlellrifie Miss Shidlei' lfoster Heiuingwziy Joslyn
l'lildebranil Pzu'lt Moore Enterline fl4Jl'll1ZlIl Converse Haines
llurham Gray llryzui Gill Sanders Tedforrl U'Ilrien Carter
BY Gounox iXlTTL'llFjI,l.
President ' ' ' - - - - MZARTHA Mfxnoxm'
Vice President - - - XTERA Mlm Tuoxu-sox
Secretary-Treasurer - - - - GORDON NTITCIII-ll.L
Sponsors ------------- Nltss TXTCBRIDE, Miss Snumnizu
The Latin Club is one of the oldest clubs in our school. Its purpose is to give the
Latin students in Natrona County High School an opportunity to become better acquainted
with the Latin language and the customs and traditions of the ancient Roman people.
The Club is a reward of outstanding work done in the Latin classes and does much to
arouse the interest of students in outside projects. The membership is limited to 35.
Requirements for membership are that students of the Virgil and Caesar classes must
be in the upper twenty-five per cent of the class scholastically while students in the first
year classes must be in the upper ten per cent of their class and be voted in by the
members of the club.
Meetings are held the last Thursday of every month at some lHCI11bCflS home. Inter-
esting and instructive programs are presented at each meeting. They consist of talks,
plays, and games pertaining to Latin.
The Club pin consists of a large letter "C" mounted on a bundle of faeses and an
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0tl't-nliaelier Yisoky l'attt-rsou Marie XY:-zivei'
NleN:un:n'a Mrs. Xicolaysen Miss llaker Anderson
Nl:u'g:n'et XYeaver Allene Judson t'oats Kl:n'g:u'et llarrett
IZY l.l'm'1.x fll"I"lCNl5,Xt'l!liR
Such pep! Such enthusiasm! The Anierican Girl Troop of Natrona County lligh
School tiirl Scouts resumed their activities this year under the capable leadership of
Miss janet llaker and Mrs. Xxllllllllll Nieolayseu. The troop inenlhership consists of two
patrols of very enthusiastic, hard working girls. .Xt the beginning of the year the fol-
lowing officers were elected.
Patrol Leaders - l.1cl,x lllflfl-IXIKXelllili, .'hRl.liNli hlt'NAhl.Xli.X
Scribe - - - ----- Makita XYr1.xx'r:R
llugler - - - ----- :XRLICNI-I IXlt'N,xx1.xR.x
The goal the troop desires to attain is that every girl heconie a First Class Scout.
lf this goal is attained, a Nlountcd Troop, or a tiirls' Cavalry will he organized. This
is indeed a real acconiplislnuent worth working for, for there is only one other such
organization in the state, Our subordinate goal is to acquire an exceedingly large llllflll-
Among the outstanding activities so far this year is the participation in the "March
l"rolic" given by all the Girl Scouts of the city, a candy sale given at "The llaunted
House," and degrees in Scout work.
The Aineriean tiirl Troop has experienced a very successful and worth while year.
:X great deal of the success is due, perhaps, to the excellent leadership under wlnch the
present troop is guided.
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l'. St-ilzir. XYooilxx:1i'1l. Sutton, North. Moore. wloslyn, Scliultn-, Rlznckiii
Risslvr, 'l'e:is4iailv, Scllrrck, lliggclxs, Kuhn. tltilvcr. Allmriglit
l'rt-siclciit - ---- - Xlllili SICILXR
Yin- liTL'SlClK'lll - ,llxlxiics Moiuusox
Secretary-'l'rcz1siii'ci' Dirk SCllNYAR'l'Il
Sponsor -------A--------- Co.xn'11 S'l'R.fXXY
The Liluh is tht- lctturiucilk orgaiiizatioii of Natrona County High School. To
hu cligilmlc for lllL'llllJCTSlll17, one must have won a letter iii the major sports of the high
fzchool. lfoothzill, lmskctlmll, :incl track are coiisiclerccl thc major sports.
'l'hc l.cttt-riiicifs Cluh stzmcls for all the high iclt-als of athletics, such as School spirit.
loyalty, cooiwratioii, sportsiliausliip, health, aggrcssiveitcss, fearlessucss, clean living, and
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FRESHMAN SERVICE COMPANY
Mitchell, l'hurchwell, Schulte, A Hopkins. Finnley
Suyematsu, Combs, Richards, Bently, VVickencamp
Shea, Schryer, Parker, Frost, Magee, lf. Hopkins, Ainsley
FRESHMAN SERVICE COMPANY
By jmck St'llLIl.'l'E
Captain - - - ----- - ,IAc'KScnULT1e
Secretary-Treasurer - Dl-ILWIN BENTLY
Honorary Sergeant -------------- PETE SEDAR
Under the instruction of Lieutenant john llomewood, the Freshman Service Com-
pany has combined work with pleasure. The membership of the Club is limited to twenty.
Students applying for membership must be of the Freshman class. The boys in this Club
must also have purchased Activity Tickets and be willing to give their services at all times.
The Club was organized this year by its present sponsor, Lieutenant Homewood. The
purpose of the members of this Club is to help at all times to improve their school, and
to do whatever they can to help the activities of the school.
Among the outstanding projects of this year's work are preparing the athletic field
for all events such as football games and track meets. The Club's services were also
valuable in school affairs, including the annual benefit bridge party.
The main object of this club is to train the boys to be the future officers of the
battalion. During their sophomore year they will be members of the Mustang Guard, and
in their Junior year they will be the non-commissioned officers. In this time they are
given instructions in shooting, map reading, and many other military tactics, thus giving
them fine training to be the commissioned officers of the battalion in their Senior year.
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Hansen, Probst, Bouzis. Converse, Nesbitt, Davidson
Collins, Campbell, Robinson, Holstein, Alexander, Nelson, Harris
BY ALLEN STEWART
Captain - - - ----- EUGENE GREENLEY
First Lieutenant - EVERETT FULLER
First Lieutenant - .ALLEN STEWART
Sponsor --------------- LT. HOMENN'0OD
The Mustang Guards was organized in 1932 for the purpose of maintaining order and
peace at all school functions. It is sponsored by Lieutenant Homewood, military instructor
of Natrona County High School.
In order to be a member of this organization, it is necessary to have 100 school
merits at the time of admittance, and, after joining, not to fall below 90 merits. Each
applicant must have purchased an activity ticket before admittance. His military stand-
ing must be first class. However, no commissioned officer will be admitted. The school
standing of the applicant must be approved by the principal. The membership of the
club is limited to 20.
The functioning of this club has been greatly appreciated by the school at all the
football and basketball games held in Casper, and also at all school dances.
The Guards are easily recognized by the emblem which they wear on the upper left
arm of their military uniform coat. Vtfhile on duty they wear a large oragne band around
their left arm and carry an orange and black billy club,
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George Cook E. Alva Straw
1932 FOOTBALL SEASON
BY HENRY FRANK
The high success of our football team this year was due to the splendid work of
Coach E. Alva Straw and with the help of his assistants. He developed the team up to
the point of being one of the leading teams of the state. The Casper Mustangs played
exceptional football throughout the football season with a record of only one defeat which
was by the Cheyenne Indians in a good, hard game in which neither team could seem to
make any progress. The Casper Mustangs had'13 first downs to Cheyenne' Indians' 1.
Cheyenne finally scored with a trick forward pass and made the only score in the game.
In his two years here, Coach Straw has built up our team in all three of our major
athletics, football, basketball and track, until they rank foremost in the state. We owe
a great deal to him.
Only three teams scored against the Casper Mustangs during the season: Scottsbluff.
Sheridan, and Cheyenne. All by forward passes. Coach Straw used as high as 35
players in many of the games, this way giving actual valuable experience to those who
will be with us next year.
Casper's total score for the season was 165 points to the score of 22 of our combined
Throughout the season the Casper Mustangs showed good, consistent ball in every
game, splendid team work, and showed a knowledge of the fundamentals of football.
As assistant coach, George Cooke has made himself valuable to Coach Straw and
N. C. H. S. in training and developing athletes for our sports.
Cooke graduated from the University of Nebraska, where he took up physical educa-
tion and coaching, in 1931.
Cooke's high school days were spent in N C. H. S. and Kemper Military Academy.
At Kemper Military Academy and at the University of Nebraska, he excelled in the
Assistant Cooke has been with us two years.
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Sli1"l' ICM I3 lil! 24
In the first game of the sea-
son the Mustangs showed
good form, although several
fumbles early in the game
stopped drives that appeared
to be headed for touchdowns.
ln the second period "Ollie"
O ls e n, Casper fullback,
smashed around right end with
good interference and ran 45
yards for the Mustangs first
score. In the third quarter,
lodorovicli, lllllCI'lllUlJOllS half-
back, was nailed on Casper's
JU yard line by llyde after he
had intercepted a pass. The
liobeats fumbled and Casper
carried the ball to the 3 yard
line, only to lose 15 yards on
an attempted pass and a pen-
alty. Sedar and lieyers re-
turned the ball to the goal and
l,obdell went over for the
touchdown. Several minutes
later, Lobclell intercepted a
il'llQX'lllO1lOllS pass on the 45
yard line and made the score
Casper 19, Thermopolis 0.
Casper I9 Scottsbluff 9
Sl2l"l'liM lilill 30
Casper won its second game
at Scottsbluff, playing under
floodlights for the first time,
'I'he Mustangs did not play a
steady game the first half but
won the game in the second
half in no uncertain manner.
lleyer scored the first tally af-
ter carrying the ball to the 4
yard line on a 24-yard run.
Scottsbluff scored a safety
when Olsen was tackled be-
hind his goal while attempting
to kiek and followed that up
with a touchdown by l'etseh,
star full-back. Olsen tossed a
pass to Beyer for the Mus-
tang's second score. l.ate in
the fourth quarter lieyer broke
away on a reverse play and
ronlped 57 yards for the final
seore, Gehrett, Morrison and
Pete Sedar were outstanding
in the line.
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Casper 49 Laramie 0
OCTOB ER 15
On their home field the
Mustangs swept aside the Lar-
amie Plainsmen under a bar-
rage of touchdowns to win
the fourth game this season.
Laramie showed a lack of pep
after the first few minutes of
play. lfinspalir, diminutive
quarterback was the outstand-
ing player on the opponents'
team. There were no stars on
the Casper eleven. Every back-
field man made substantial
gains and every lineman did
his share of blocking and
tackling. The Mustangs, pass-
ing attack functioned well and
the running attack was smooth
Casper Z0 Sheridan 7
In the annual football battle
at Sheridan the Mustangs came
from behind during the sec-
ond half to beat the Broncs on
a muddy field. Sheridan scored
first on a long pass and made
the extra point. A little later
Lobdell, Allbright and Sedar
carried the ball down the field
and a pass to Scherck tied the
score. During the fourth. quar-
ter a pass to Beyer put the ball
on Shcridan's six yard line and
Lobdell went over for Cas-
per's second touchdown, Sev-
eral minutes later a long pass
to Beyer resulted in Casper's
third score. Gehrett, Scherck,
and Joslyn were outstanding
in the line. Several hundred
Casper visitors made the trip
to Sheridan to witness the
game. The two school bands
addeds color to the proceed-
CARRETT Guard RISSLER Halfback
CULVER Tackle SCHERCK End
M SEDAR Halfback RIGGINS Halfback
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TH E GU S H ER
Casper 0 Cheyenne 6
The Mustangs' chance for the state championship was lost Saturday in the defeat by
th Cheyenne Indians. A spectacular catch of a long' pass from Tottenhoff to Berger in
the dying moments of the first half gave Cheyenne the victory. The game was close
throughout and, excepting the one play, was free from any real threats of a score. Led by
Beyer, Casper made many good gains but the Cheyenne forward wall was able to hold
in the critical moments. Albright played a good game but was forced out in the second
quarter due to a. thigh injury. The weather was ideal and the rooting was the best heard
in the Casper stands for several years.
Casper I8 Gillette 0
After a scoreless first half, the Casper Mustangs came back and defeated Gillette on
the latter's home field Friday afternoon. Culver, Mustang tackle, was outstanding in the
defensive game played by Casper during the first half. Early in the third quarter Beyer
smashed around end for the Mustang's first score. In the last quarter Beyer broke through
the left side of the line and ran 90 yards for a touchdown. A pass, Sedar to Scherck, in
the dying moments of the game, resulted in Casper's third tally. Gillette was a lighter
but hard fighting team and was scrapping every minute of the game.
Casper 21 Douglas 0
NOVEM B ER ll
The Mustangs wound up the grid season at Douglas, defeating the Bearcats by a
score of 21-0 on Armistice Day. The Casper team was superior in every department of
the game, forcing Douglas to play on the defensive during three periods of the game. The
game was slowed up considerably by mud but both teams played good football. Halter-
man played exceptionally well for the Bearcats, with Lobdell, Sedar, Rissler, and Beyers
outstanding on the Casper team. Credit should be given the line for breaking up at-
tempted passes and showing a solid defense when it was needed.
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Hotfhine, Crater, Donovan, Neuman, Schwartz. Gaston, Tobin, Hurley
Cook. Sedar, Teasdale, Alkire, Joslyn, Nygaard, Jones, Straw
Albright, Horstman, Scherck, Riggins, Lobdell, VVillis
BY HICNRY FRANK
Due to the able leadership of Coach Straw, we had a basketball squad of which
we can well be proud. The team, consisting of Riggins, Scherck, Albright, VViilis, Horst-
inan, Morrison, and Tobin, went through the l933 basketball season with driving force
and brilliant playing, hnishing up as the only undefeated team in the state.
The Mustangs began by having four pre-season games. XVe won the first two which
were with Buffalo and Billings. The third game was with Livingston, Montana, who
defeated us. It was this game which we wanted so much to win, since Livingston is
where Coach Straw coached before coming to Casper. VVe easily won our fourth game
The basketball season ended with the state tournament. The Casper Mustangs'
first game was with Sundance from whom we won with a score of 26-21. In our
second game we were matched with last year's champions. Rock Springs. who beat
us, much to our disappointment, with a score of 21-16, and this put us out of the running
for the state championship, VVe easily won our third game which was with Gillette, but
in the fina's we were again taken down ,this time by the Cheyenne Indians with a score
of 28-22, which entitled us seventh place. The Casper Mustangs played good, hard ball
but they didn't seem to have the kick and power which they possessed during the
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Riggins ---168 lbs. --- Guard.
For the last four years Rig-
gins has shown on the floor
for N. C. H. S. His floor
work was of the best. He
had an uncanny ability to
"sink" long shots. Because
of his consistant good work
Loran has been picked as
an allastate guard.
Albright --- 138 lbs. W- For-
ward, Billy was a veritable
whirlwind of speed and
drive. Bill's mind works as
fast as his feet and he can't
be beat at his dribbling and
shooting. He will be with
us again next year. All-
state is your next shot, Bill.
Scherck l55 lbs. --- Guard.
To lill the shoes of Buell
will be a man-sized job.
Buell ilisplayeil some su-
perior work in both ollen-
sive and defensive playing.
All through the season he
has been a consistently
good :incl steady player.
linell has been a tough
scrapper all through his
high selirml athletic rarest.
Willis was another fast lib
llc player and made a good
running mate for Albright.
Although not llashy. iijnnf
ioi " can hnlrl his own at all
times. ll i s cooperation
with the team made him in
valuable asset to the team
and he can he expected to
show even greater abilities
rluring his remaining two
years at N, C. H. S.
playccl with exceptional
C350 lllt' IlIll'l Ui' ITIZIKIQIKIFI'
during the basketball sca-
son. Hu mimi with a capa-
lilc hand in :my "tight
pinch," :mil as well as being
a doctor and handy man.
llc' will carry on next year.
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Tobin --- 148 lbs. --- Guard.
Tobin is another qpick man
and is always where the
ball is. He is a clever hand-
ler of the ball and can han-
dle it in the thickest spot.
He has dispayed all the
qualities which go to make
a real guard and we expect
to see good work from him
Horstman --- 180 lbs. --- Cen-
ter. Carl seemed to know
what to do in a pinch be-
cause he could always make
a few baskets where they
were needed most. He al-
ways played a cool. clean
game. Carl's reward for his
splendid playing awarded
him a position on the all'
state second team.
Lobdell M- l80 lbs. -'- Center.
Unfortunately w e flldfllt
have "Donnie" with us all
season as he had to drop
out after the first semester
because of too many semes-
ters. He was a cool, quick
player and an excellent
shot. He was the heavy
scorer on the team.
Archie had rhat e x t r a
amount of reserve which
made him a tough mari to
keep up with. You could
always depend on him to
"do something" when we
were in a tight spot, We
will all miss "Archie" next
year. Good luck!
Howard, although he did
not make any of the out-oh
town trips, was a good man
on our own floor. I-le did
many good turns during
the State Tournament, to
make the out of town teams
feel perfectly at home.
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Potter, J. Bentley, Gingrich, Rissler, Gorrell, Allsen, Brennan, Harris
Livington, Trollope, Trujillo, McLennan, Covington, Trollnpe, liream
Schulte, Teasdale, lNl0l'l'lS0ll, Riggens. Moore, Mr. Straw, Joslyn, Boyce, Dunkin, Thomas, Alkire, Schwartz
Shoemaker, Mackin, Albright, Bunker, Davis, Scherck, Logge, Kuhn, Vfoodward, Jones, Rissler, Stratton
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BY HENRY FRANK
Due to the conscientious efforts of Coach Straw with his able assistants and splendid
cooperation of the track team, our 1032 track team had a very successful season, losing
the meet by only My of a point.
The season began with a turnout of approximately one hundred and fifty men.
VVith steady, hard work of both the coach and the men, the team worked up to
splendid condition and easily won their first dual meet at Thermopolis, VVyoming. The
total number of points were: Casper, 69: Thermopolis, 56.
Our next meet was a triangular meet with Buffalo and Midwest at Midwest. The
total number of points was: Casper, 793 Midwest, 4lg and Buffalo, 32.
For the first time the state meet was held in Casper on May 18, being won by
Thermopolis who beat us by the narrow margin of 55 Point. i
There were many spectacular events, among which was the quarter-mile which was
won by Bill Albright, who ran- it in 53.4 seconds. Bill started with a good lead and
increased it all the wav, finishing with a half-block lead.
Tommy Teasdale set a new state record for the 880 Chalf milel. His run was made
in two minutes, four and one-tenth seconds.
Porter Davis was individual high-point man and all around athlete. He placed
first in pole vault by vaulting eleven feet, six inches. He also placed first in the broad
jump with a jump of twenty feet, two and a half inches, and fourth in the hundred-yard
dash, and third in the high jump. The Casper Mustang relay team got second, which
gave them two points. They narrowly missed first place, which would have given them
three points and this would have qualified them as first place.
This year another sport has been added to our line of athletics-Boxing. A minor
C is given as an award for superiority in this sport. This is something new in the high
school athletics but in a few years it will be an important item in our school. It at
first lacked enthusiasm, but it will soon become popular.
With George Wilson and Dean Morgan as trainers, the boys worked hard and trained
into condition for the scheduled matches of which there were four. The team fought
Wheatland at VVheatland and then here. They next fought with Cheyenne, both here
and at Cheyenne.
Those to win these minor C's were Ben Covington, Hugh Trollope, Harry Trollope.
Howard Rissler, Howard Bream, Kenneth Gingrich, Floyd Humes, John Trujillo, Joe
Laucirica and Jim Banse.
We hope that interest in boxing will become greater and this sport will be built
up to a major sport.
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By ill-ZNRY FRANK
Through the efforts of Mr. H.
O. Schlenk, who is our athletic
school board representative and
chairman of the state tournament
committee, we were again fortu-
nate in having the Wyoming
State Basketball Tournament in
Casper on March 15, 16, 17, and
18. Our central location and
splendid new gym also helped in
havin the tournament here.
The tournament consisted of
sixteen teams representing the
different districts over the state
represented hy approximately 128
The first game began smoothly
an d o t h e r s followed s o up
through the last game.
Laramie, who had been play-
ing excellent hall all through the
tournament, won over Hanna, a
fine hard fighting team, which
entitled them to State Champion-
Casper placed two Mustangs in
the All-State teams. Arlie E.
Berry, former Colorado college
star, and one of the official referf
ces of the tournament, made the
selection for both.
The tournament was a success
both as a performance and in a
financial wav. After all expenses
were paid, there still remained a
:izeahle balance. The modern new
gym was filled to capacity at
practically all session, and during
the finals people could hardly
find standing room.
Winners in Order
Champs - - - Laramie
Second - - Hanna
Third - Rock Springs
Fourth - Cheyenne
Fifth - Thermopolis
Sixth - - Kemmerer
Seventh - Casper
Eighth - Sundance
WYOMING STATE BASKETBALL
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Fuller, Long, Mr. Rucker, Bloom, Norris Gorrell, Sailor, Banse, Pelton
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NVhat would our football and basketball games be without our yell leaders? For
four years Tommy Shoemaker, with his orange jacket and big megaphone, has led
the crowd in their yelling. For the last three years with the help of Emma Jean Meyer
and Don All:-sen, the team has had more support than ever. This year, Johnny Thomas
was added to the trio, and then they were ready to conquer the world, and they did
conquer it. The team has won many games, and the support was strong.
VVe owe much of the honor and YT ' f ' ' '
5, ory o our school to these four loyal cheer leaders.
CLASS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS ,
The class basketball championshi of '33 l 'l
. p was teen ed when the Junior Gophers won
over the Senior Tigers by a score of 21 to 14 in the finals of the major leagues. Through-
out the entire season, the team as a whole demonstrated splendid cooperation and hard
The junior Gophers were the only team to conquer the strong Sophomores and
Freshmen and was the only team to go undefeated during the entire interclass basketball
season. Thomas was the high-point man of the team. Houzis played fine ball in guarding.
Henry, Reed and Propp were the other members of the team and they did consistent
playing. Strang, Schwartz and Mackin finished the season with the Gophers and were
of great assistance in winning the championship.
CLASS FOOTBALL CHAMPS
The Senior football tealll of '33 demonstrated its defensive ability from the beginning
of tl '- ' ' ' - f ' '
ie season as evidenced by its record of an uncrossed goal line. However, they were
a little tardy in developing a seormg punch. The first two games ended scor l ' '
e ess ties.
lhe Cll3lll1JlOllShIP was decided betwten the Juniors and the Seniors, the Seniors winning
twice out of thr t' l f '
ee imes, tie irst score being 13 to 0 'followed by a scoreless tie, and the
final game ending 7 to 0. Bloom was the outstanding man on defense while Ca it '
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Oliver and Wagner, the halfbacks, did most of the ball lugging, aided by the effective
blocking of fullback Fuller.
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INTERIOR SCENE OF N. C. H. S. NEWLY CONSTRUCTED GYM
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'l'he department of Physical liducation for girls under the direction of Miss
limelia Skarra and Miss llelen Rohrer is one of the busiest in school,
XVith the objectives, health training, sportsmanship and play for play's sake, five
hundred girls have enjoyed the privileges offered by the excellent equipment and variety
The daily class work has consisted of sports of the season, general gymnastics,
marching, clog-dancing, natural dancing and swimming.
The nuinlmer of girls in the swinnning classes proves its popularity as there is no
requirement for that sport, A numlxer of excellent swimmers have lmeen developed as
:ihown hy the nunilrer of required tests they have passed.
'l'he extra-curricular sports, where emphasis is placed upon participation rather than
competition, is an opportunjty for universal participation and not for a chosen few. lly the
use of point system the promotion of activities is stimulated. 'l'he ideals have been, to
love the game for the joy of playing it, not just to defeat an opponent, to play the type
of game which will win, and to know the satisfaction which comes from a thing well done,
The :mnnal demonstration this year had such popular appeal that it was given two
lf the girls will carry forward into life the ideals that have been inculcatcd through
the work of the department, healthier and happier citizens will result.
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HONORARY CAPTAINS AND CADET CAPTAINS
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BY JACK ZYIANN
With the advantages of a new headquarters and a new and superior drill the
R. O. T. C. unit began the year with a bright outlook. Captain Voege's resignation on
last June necessitated the transfer of a new Professor of Military Science and Tactics
to this post a11d Lieutenant John VV. Homewood of Fort Benning, Georgia, was assigned
to N. C. H. S. Sergeant Laman still retained his post as assistant instructor.
A number of cadet lieutenants were selected at the beginning of the school year
and as time advanced they were promoted according to their ability. Vernon Bentley
was appointed cadet major in October and Eugene Pelton was made executive officer
in November. At the big Military Ball held February 14th two first lieutenants, Don
Enterline and ,lack Mann, were made captains. ln April two non-commissioned officers.
Kenneth Boston and Billy Albright, were raised to the ranks of first lieutenants.
This year shall be long remembered by the military department as one in which their
method underwent some of the most radical changes of its history,
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Brown. Schmidt. Baker. Albright, Ruston, Bowman, Blown
Uross, Howe, Thompson, Rogers, McLennan, Blartin, Culver, Sutherland, Scflar
Foster, Boston, Bustard, Allsen
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Some of the most outstanding' organizations in sclzool are the tilee Cluh choruses,
comprised of twelve sectit ns under the leadership of Miss Agiiexv and Miss Slind. This
year there are six hundred and forty students enrolled in the department. lfrom these
groups are selected the hest voices for concert ensenthle. Two concerts are given each
year, the program being composed ot' selections hy at mixed chorus of three hundred
students, and the small groups, such as quartettcs, trios, sextettes, etc. Both concerts
this year received much high connncntlation.
"Pickles," a three-act comedy, was presented March Z-l, which from many points of
view, proved to he the most successful operettzt thus far presented. The characters were
outstanding in their presentation and were enthusiastically applauded.
The classes of music appreciation, music historv. and harmony were discontinued.
except what is associated with the chorus work. This was necessitated hecause of the
arrzuigentent of the students' schedules and elimination of study halls.
The trios. quztrtettes and sextet'es are chosen from tlte menthcrship ot' the Glee
Cluhs. These groups are under the direction of Miss Slind and are entlntsiastically re-
ceived wherever thev perform.
The lloys' tllee Cluh, which is made np of about sixty-five boys, meets three times
a week. The hoys do very cominendahle work and it is to everyone's regret that they
do not appear more often.
The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. XN'alsh, consists of about thirty-tive
stttdents. lt always presents sn'endid entertainment on various occasions during the vear.
Their programs this year have heen excellent and the cooperation of this group in :ill
school programs, as well as assisting the city organizations is certainly appreciated by
The entire Music lleparttnent shottld he highly connnended :ind encouraged. No
other department has offered such ready assistance for school functions at all times as
has this department.
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BY GWEN VVIRTII
. The Natrona County High School Band completed a very successful year under the
efficient direction of Kelly XValsh. The band was actively engaged many times during
the school year, It paraded and played at the State Fair in Douglas on Casper Day,
paraded for the automobile dealers and played the opening night of the Auto Show,
performed at the military review and assisted at the gym show and the horse show. It
played for all local football and basketball games besides making the usual trip to
Sheridan for the Sheridan-Casper football game and playing at the State Basketball
Tournament. The band which played at the tournament consisted of thirty-six of the
complete band's sixty-five members and played popular numbers as well as marches and
school songs. This band attracted the attention of both the townspeople and visitors
and received many compliments. The proceeds of the annual band concert were divided
with the annual.
Don Gorrell was elected Drum Major after several weeks' tryouts at the beginning
of the year. He served through admirably-leading the band on its many parades and
serving in many other ways.
The High School Band has contributed its services throughout the year to school
and community affairs with a reputation for unfailing support whenever it is asked.
It has given pep to the school that could be given in no other way and made N. C. H. S
a better school to go to.
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Shifting strands of safifron sands,
limblazoned with the western brands
Gf sagebrush and the cactus grim.
The land !
Blazing blues of imbued hues,
limblerned with the air's crisp dews,
Of lace beads l1Ell'1glI1g soft and slim.
The sky !
Shining spuns of sunken suns,
linveiled like sweet, golden nuns
VVho kneel for short, sweet hours.
Rending probes of rustling robes,
lindarkened with the devil's globes
That give out wicked powers.
Melting mists of amethysts,
Hanging low with curves and twists
That lure and lie to eyes.
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At the annual popularity contest sponsored by the T. N. T. Pep Club, Mildred .-Xuou
and Carl Horstnian were crowned the most popular girl and boy on February I-1.
lilizabeth Cather and Mike Sedar were a close second.
Attended by 213 representative Senior girls and cadet officers of the school, the
four honored students slowly marched fro inthe foyer of the auditorimn to the stage,
where they were crowned. Mildred and Elizabeth carried bouquets of flowers. The
formal dresses of the girls on the stage and the uniforms of the cfficers added to the
eolorful effect of the ceremony.
The attendants who marched in the procession were as follows: Virginia XVitz.
Roberta Mapes, Margaret Cather, Lorraine Higgs, Rebecca Albert, Kathryn Mullins.
Marguerite Dettwyler, Vivian Hicks, Betty Ball, Virginia XVitt, Veronica Kassis, Dor-
othy Sullivan, Helen Smith, Harriet Cardwell, Rita Usterlund, Jean Hammond, Frances
Helier, Arline XVilson, Betty Lou Arbuckle, Vernon Bentley, Douglas Hrown, Findley Mc-
Lennan, Henry Frank, XVarren Culver, Charles I-Rowman, Albert Baker, Harold Rogers,
,lay Thompson, Roy Schmidt, Dick Schwartz, liugeue l'elton, Don Enterliue, VValtou La
Velle, Albert Bloom, Don Howe, Norman johnson, Doyle Cross, and Albert Martin.
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Bedlam! And why? The new little Freshies can't find their way around our great
Speeches and more speeches! Mike finally comes out on top as our Student Body
President, and Millie as our Girls' Vice President.
Carl resigns Presidency of the Senior class to Charles Bowman.
Douglas Fair. Our first vacation. Short, but sweet!
First pep demonstration. Snake Dance! 1
We start out the football and social season with. a bang. Beat Thermopolis 19-0.
Kid Party was swell. Especially because the Thermop boys stayed.
Went to church-preacher said to love one another. Wel., these nice fall nights . . .
Cheer, cheer, cheer. New pep club sponsored by Miss Field.
Casper 193 Scottsbluff 9. Do we ever have the fun?
lfirst entertainment for Annual funds. Frazer-james Dance Group.
Company A gives a dance in the Armory. We want more punch!
Casper 195 Buffalo 0. Are we in love with 19 for a score?
Mustang Guards, a new service club, organized. Freshies do their duty and white-
wash the "C." A
Casper 495 Laramie 0. Looks like we raised our ante about 30 points.
T. N. T. entertained the Cheers at a tea and musical.
Mustang Guards stepped out with the T. N. T.'s.
Girls' League Dinner held in the Cafeteria. Eats and program were swell.
Casper goes to Sheridan and takes her into camp, 20 to 7. That isn't the only
thing we took. It seems the restaurants missed some sugar bowls.
Pep assembly in which we get our Queen Marie football back.
Mr. Hicks tries to tackle a car. Rest just as long as you need to: we'll be very good.
and will be waiting to greet you when you come back.
Pep assembly sponsored by the T. N. T. Lots of high jinks. Snake dance, burning
of the "C," and everything.
Casper 05 Cheyenne 6. Our first defeat. Let's forget it.
Juniors give their annual 1'lallowe'en dance in the Armory. Does Cheyenne hold
their own? X
Casper l8g Gillette 0. Getting back our old stride
Colonel Daugherty addressed the student body. T. N. T. introduced a peppy new
School dismissed at ten. Big parade before the game. and Casper laid Douglas
out Z0 to 0.
Rags and tags! Spanish Club sponsors a Harvest Dance.
Captain Lammons tells us of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Are we glad we
weren't there? -
Thanksgiving. Does the old turkey look good after one whole, long year? Oh.
you betcha my life!
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Sing, sing, sing. Glee Qlub concert.
Sophomores dance theiri blues away.
junior Follies given. We're not hinting, but couldn't you give the Annual just a
few nickels? 1
"Lucky Break" tonight. Now Elmine Ludine, you old vampire!
Basketball boys leave on their first trip of the year. They had better bring home
the bacon. Extra! Casper 233 Buffalo 11.
Casper 403 Billings 36.3
Livingstone 445 Casper 19. NVe still persist in getting 19. Longest holiday starts now.
Ctazper 323 Sheridan l8l Nice way to end up the trip. We won three games out
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Second round of turkeyi. U-m-m-m.
Third, and last round olf turkey,
Back again. l'll bet the teachers are glad.
Mr. Hicks is back. Gee, but we're glad to see you. The cast will soon be off.
birst home basketball lgame. Beat Billings 36 to 27. Billings' coach is an old
meanie. He won't let t e Casper girls have dates.
The team goes on anot er trip. Casper 361 Sunrise 27.
Casper 333 Cheyenne 2lZ. Lots of students go down. What's the attraction, girls?
Casper 265 Laramie 24. 3Swell way to end up that trip too.
Thirteenth anniversary pf the 18th Amendment. Ahwah, we want beer!
The Annual is slowly lbut surely getting money. A matinee dance was given in
the Armory. 1
Public Speaking class gives a banquet at the Townsend. Bill Bullack, why don't
Dismissed at one-fifteeln for registration. VVe're starting on the last lap so get
hitched tight! .
Casper 443 Lander S.
Casper 465 Glenrock 19.1 Another matinee dance was held.
Bridge party held in the! Armory, More cold cash for the Annual.
Casper 269 Cheyenne 23. We have to lick them twice to convince them that we
are in earnest. 3
Co-ed Ball for in-comiilg Freshie girls. VVho ever saw so much candy?
We have to show Sunr se that we mean it too. YNe beat them 28 to 14.
Sheridan defeated our klebate team 2 to 1. VVe believe that there was too much
tangible and intangiblelproperty.
Casper 285 Laramie 26.1 Cheers sponsored big dance later.
Lincoln Assembly. 1
Millie and Carl were crowned most popular girl and boy, with Mike and Elizabeth
coming neck and neck.
Casper 393 Buffalo 4. 'Lfhere's no stopping these boys now!
Flower gardens! Military Ball held in gym.
Georga da Wash's Birthday. Faculty Octet was perfect, and Morgan's bow was
Seniors are ordering cards and announcements-it won't be long now!
Casper put the Indian sign on Sheridan. Score was 40 to 12.
G. L. C. Progressive Dinner and Car Pushing Party. More fun!
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Senior Costume Day. Everyone from Kate Smith to Flip, the Frog. The "Faculty
Octette" appeared with quite a change in their voices. Gene's bow was almost perfect:
but he should take a few lessons from Morgan.
Casper.453 Midwest 19. Now we ask you, isn't that ending in a blaze of glory?
Mr. Hicks urges us to get out and sell tournament tickets. Oh, my poor dogs!
Tournament starts and we skin Sundance.
T. N. T., Cheers, and G. L. C. gave a luncheon for the out-of-town girls. More
Laramie wins the tournament. They don't seem to be satisfied with that, either.
They have to win some hearts, too. just ask a certain girl.
"Pickles" went over with a bang. Do we ever love Peter Piper Pickles? Oh, mel
First Annual Officers' Ball held in the Armory.
The student body had a real treat in the form of a talk on Life Saving by Mr.
Eaton. He sure knows some good jokes.
Annual Spanish Club Banquet. VVho's clinking all of those glasses? Girl's League
'give their annual dance.
Candy wants to go fishing.
Pictures that artists won't paint: Burton Wright chasing around the C. B.-Sz Q.
trying to get Barbara Stanwyck to gaze in his beautiful eyes.
Corbett wants beer. What, no beer?
"Haunted House." What thrills danced up and down our spines. lnhnnv Kuhn
wants to see his name in print-big print. NVell, look hard--JOHN KUHN.
Military Dance in Armory.
Kiwanis Play Contest.
"jonesy" comes to the front. Annual English Club Dlav.
Jigsaws and skeletons. They must be a part of the Girl's Gym Show.
High School Band Concert. Our contribution to National Music Week. National
Thespian Dance . . . Hot-cha!
The last Glee Club Concert of the year.
Senior Class Play, "One Hundred Years Old."
Annuals come off press .... "Please sign mv Annual?"
junior Prom-One of the oldest and most colorful dances of the year.
And now we go down the aisle for the first time. Baccalaureate.
Commencement. And now it's all over but the shouting
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WHITEWASHING THE "C"
All Freshmen must be initiated. In N. C. H. S. this problem has been solved by
compelling them to whitewash the HC." The "C" lies on a hill south of Casper and isa
made of rock and cement. To keep it in condition, it must be whitewashed yearly and
this is the duty of the Freshmen, while the Seniors have a fine time bossing the job,
and after much splashing and shouting, the work is finished for another year.
Again the Freshmen rate. One of the first events of the year was the "Kid Party"
when the Seniors welcomed the Freshies into the social life of the school. This was the
last time the Freshmen were given the opportunity to dress as a "kid" and all-day-suckers
were given out to keep them quiet.
Once again the Freshmen were entertained when the Senior girls dressed as boys
and took the Freshmen girls to the Co-ed Rall. Because of the large number of Freshmen.
two balls were held. The 'first was given in the Armory on Sept. 28. Jeanne Grey and
Gladys Stewart were chosen best looking girl and boy. At the second hall, held February
lst in the Armory, Marion Kistler and ???? ?? were given this honor.
GIRLS' LEAGUE DINNER
The Girls' League Dinner is an annual affair. It is held in the cafeteria with the
Girls' League Council and the Senior girls acting as hostesses. With good food and a
snappy program, the dinner was enjoye-d by everyone.
QUEEN MARIE FOOTBALL
Several years ago on the day of the Casper-Sheridan football game, Queen Marie
visited Casper and while here autographed a football. This football was to go to the
team winning the game three years in succession. Had Sheridan won the game this
year, the ball would have been theirs for keeps, but the Mustangs saved the day with
a score of 20-7.
For the past three years the T. N. T. has sponsored the popularity contest. The
most popular girl and bov are chosen by an all-school election. Mildren Anon and Carl
Horstman won the honor this year, with Elizabeth Cather and Mike Sedar as runners-up.
The annual Military Ball is one of the few formal events. It was held February
18th in the gym and was led by the officers and the girl sponsors. It was just one more
success the military department can claim.
The Junior-Senior Promenade is another formal affair and is given to the Seniors
by the Juniors, who finance it from the returns of the Junior Follies. It is customary
for favors to be given to the Seniors but this year the Juniors generously donated to
the Annual the money that would have been spent for this. The Prom was held May 26th
in the gym.
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"Company, attention!" For once every boy has his shoes shined, tie tied, and coat
buttoned-May 22 was the day for government inspection. Companies competed for a
cup awarded by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and individual awards were presented
to first and second high merit men, and to the first two places in the drill down. The
best drilled cadet won a cup presented by Medniek Brothers.
SENIOR CLASS PICNIC
Fun, and more fun. Every Senior is eagerly looking forward to when will be held
the Senior Class Picnic. This is the last fling for the Seniors before Baccalaureate. The
picni cis financed with the proceeds from the class play and is attended by only the
Seniors and their class sponsors.
BRANDING THE SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT
In an impressive ceremony, the president-elect of the Senior Class was branded by
the graduating president. The class colors are attached to the branding iron and this
signifies that he is to lead his class successfully through the last year in N. C. H. S.
The Junior Follies is an original production put on each year by the Junior Class.
The purpose is to raise money to finance the Junior-Senior Prom. The Follies this year
was given December 3rd and had a showboat as the theme.
"And the Goblins will git ya if ya don't watch out" . . . and so will the ghosts and
other weird figures seen at the annual Hallowe'en Party. Bill Bullack and Bill Robertson
carried off the prizes of the evening. This event was held in the Armory, October 30,
and was sponsored by the Junior Class.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
"One Hundred Years Old" was the title of this year's Senior Class Play presented
on May 26. The cast was as follows:
Papa Juan -
- - BURTON WRIIEHT
Currita - - Roar-:RTA MAP:-:s
Trino - - HENRY FRANK
Marciala - - NIILDRED ANON
Eulalia - - REBECCA ALBERT
Evaristo - - LAURENCE SWALLOW
Manuel - - - - - Joi-: Om:
Carmen Campos - DOROTHY SULLIVAN
Antionon - - - JAY THOMPSON
Rosa - - VERONICA KASSIS
Filomena - - - - FLORA BEER
Alonzo - ---- JOHN KUHN
Director - - Miss BEULAH B. BAYLESS
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keeps his school girl figure by walking back-
One would really expect something worse from
Milly and Viv-f-the two Iittlcsz girls in school . . . Our
golf champs, Carl N ygaard and George Forbes , . . The
depression doesrft exist for this yeafs com fcd crop . . .
Margaret and Roberta surely couldrft sue for non-sup-
port , . . O big. strong man is Cody Covington . . .
What is feline is Miss Shaifefs cat , . . The really in-
tellectual boys in school---they play chess . . . It seems
to us that N.C.H.S. has not failed in its purpose as long
as students are capable of such grand uassions . , . Sandy
has just finished his lunch'--Miss Healy feeds him well
. , , These kids can write as well as they can talk-A-thafs
why they belong to the Quill and Scroll . . . Puflles is a
good kitten. Could he be anything else around Roberta?
. . . These four are the noisiest girls in school , . . The
Freshmen boys used their own toothbrushes
to whitewash the "C"
ward . . .
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SENIOR CLASS WILL
Know all men by these presents that we, the Class of 1933, being mindful
of all the knowledge and wisdom we have gleaned from our conscientious
application to our studies. but mindful of the mental abberations and many
short-comings of the Class of 1934, we now proceed to devise and bequeath
to the junior Class our worldly goods and debts:
CVcrnon Bentley wants you to be srre to pay a certain Freshman that 35
cents hc has promised him all year.j
To the Sophomores, we commit the Junior Follies. and they must be
bigger and better. Altho we are sure that ours can't be beaten.
To the Freshmen. we leave the happy thought that one year out of their
four hasn't taught them anything at all. A
Millie Anon leaves the secret of herhsuccess to Ruby Drazick.
Henry Frank leaves his winning smile to Junior VVillis.
Finley ivfrcmmaia' leazves his chiseling ability to Fred jones.
lNhen Rebecca Albert was a Sophomore. Luella Head willed her her
expressive eyebrows. Now we think that it is only fitting and proper that
Rebecca should leave hers to Betty Beattie.
Mike Sedar leaves his line to Newton lsreal.
Vivian Hicks leaves her mannish stride to Virginia Burgess.
. Lois Klocksiem wills her Physics book to anyone dumb enough to find
it necessary to take thatsubjcct.
- Norman Iohnson leaves his Privileged Character Club pin to Mr. Corbett
in hopes that he will enjoy it.
Bernard and Jerry Dalv will their superior driving ability to Billy Linden-
mcyer. who is in dire need of it .
Helen Smith leavcs her slenderizing diet of grapefruit seeds to Jeane Cook.
Orville jones wills his military uniform to Shadow. lf it begins to get
holes in it, just mend them with adhesive tape. "
Doug Brown leaves his locker to the junior who is quick enoughtto get
it next year. ,, .V ,. ..
Fmaline Barton wills her dramatics notebook to Miss Bayless in hopes
that she will have it published. and use it for a textbook for the dear. suffering
Audrey Lindeman leaves her compass and protractor to liva Sedtar. Don't
wait until your senior year to take it, either. '
Loran Riggins wills his long shots to Billy Albright. Don't use them too
Frances Heller leaves the carrying on of her dancing to Betty Markle.
To Alice Beal, Betty l.ou Arbuckle passes on her love of reading good
To Dick Schwartz, we leave the privilege of providing more punch for
thc school dances.
Lorraine Higgs wills her DeMolay pin to Charlotte Sandison. She deserves
it, because she has worked very long and diligently.
Ellen O'C0nnor leaves her ability to get l's in typing to Mary Margaret
Bailey. Maybe now you will get your typewriter.
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CLASS PROPHECY OF was
Well, well-what's this? VVhy, it's June 1, 1943, It was just ten years
ago today that we graduated, and I've been selling papers on this Rialto
corner for about seven years. Let's see what's in the news today-the head-
lines say that Johnny Buchanan was arrested for hoarding gold. VVhy didn't
Corbett teach him better?
This ad of the Stein Beer Garden says that Gerry Daly and Fin McLennan
are proprietors. And do they make money?
Veronica Kassis has gone into the Tinker-Toy business. She always was
interested in them!
Did you know that "Etta Kett" is being drawn by Roberta Mapes now?
Pretty good funniesl And she is using Betty Ball and Eugene Pelton for
A reception was held at the depot yesterday for the coming of the Tech-
nocracy wizard, Mr. Michael Sedar. Surely you all remember Mike. Accom-
panying him were Senator Bowman and Senator Bentley.
Virginia Looney and Virginia VVitt have at last learned to be real yell-
leaders, and they are teaching it in correspondence school courses.
What's on at the show today? Oh, it's "Nurtz," starring Dorothy Sullivan
and Vivian Hicks. Who-da thunk it?
Albert Martin is Professor of Physics at Split Rock College, and Don
Enterline is Professor of Arithmetic at the same place.
Of course, you know that Orville Jones has been driver of the Pee VVee
Taxi for years now. I hear that he is making good money.
My paper business has not been so good for the last five years. Burton
VVright saw possibilities of good money in this business, and so he set up a
paper stand on the Grand Central corner. He always did try to beat mel
Carl Horstman is now the coach at dear old N.C. H. S.. and does he
have winning teams? They've at last won a tournament!
I almost forgot to tell you who the editor of this paper is-it's Millie
Anon. Good ole Millie! John Coughlan is her business manager, and Dona
Mae Snoddy and Roy Gorrell write the Household Hints column.
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Believe it or not, Jack Long writes the Believe It or Not. From what I
have been hearing, he has made Ripley his right-hand man. Jack Mann is
writing Arthur Brisbane's column, and Millard North is doing the VVill
Tommy Shoemaker is the advertising manager for the Tribune, and, of
course, we all know where he got his training-it must have been "Pickles"
In the hospital notes, I see where Tommy Teasdale was operated on for
a Charley Horse. "The patient is progressing as well as can be expected."
Nancy Trowe has a very bad case of whooping cough again. Mildred Skjon-
haug, famous swimming instructor at N. C. H. S., is in the hospital with a
very severe case of laryngitis.
Loran Riggins is the editor of "Strange and Thrilling Detective Mysteries,"
and so, naturally Harold Rogers would be editor of "Western Romances."
And speaking of magazines, do you know who graces the front of Ballyhoo?
It is none other than Lady Sarah Belle Probst of Yawkshire, England.
Margaret and Elizabeth Cather are endeavor-ing to climb the Grand Teton
in the middle of january. They are letting Henry Frank trot along to carry
their supply of grapefruit seeds that they are going to plant on the top.
While they are there, they intend to spend a few days with Frances Heller,
who is "The Old Hermit of the Mountain." She has been living up there for
years, trying to get the right atmosphere for natural dancing. Jean Hammond.
who lives on the other side of the mountain, keeps a home for stray cats-
especially black, curly-haired ones. She and Frances never speak: they always
were very quiet little girls!
Esther Gilmartin and 'Frances McCrary have set up a hand laundry-
washing all the bathing suits and towels from the high school. On the side,
they teach shorthand in night school.
Lois Klocksiem is the head of the "No Saloon League" in Wyoming,
with Al Baker and Roy Schmidt as very able assistants.
I saw Curtis Rochelle skipping rope the other day. I guess that he is trying
to reduce again.
Well, the world is a pretty small place, and it seems as though we've all
stuck pretty close to home. When you are down town someday, stop at my
corner and talk awhile, because I could tell you a lot more about this outstand-
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The Junior Follies for l932. presented
by the Junior Class on December 9.
proved to be an outstanding success, Under
the direction of Miss Dorothea Bignell. the
setting was on a Mississippi showboat.
Negro, Picaninny, and Gypsy dances and
skits added to the success. Major parts in
the Follies were carried by Martha Ma-
honey, Jane Park, Nancy Hopkins, Fred
jones. and Bob Hammond.
Each year the music department spou-
sors an operetta in which to raise funds.
They chose as their operetta this year the
comedy, "Pickles," given to the puhlic
on March 24. Vienna is the center of the
plot, with a colorul Gypsy camp in the
background. Leading parts in the cast
included the following: Tommy Shoemaker,
limaline Barton: the comedy parts were
furnished by Henry Frank and Donald
Bell: Albert Baker, Roberta Mapes, Bur-
ton Vlfright, Darrell Rash, Frances Car-
penter, Elizabeth Conley, Charles Bow-
man, and Vincel Hayes, A chorus com-
posed of approximately 100 students added
to the beauty of the playlet.
"A Lucky Break," the annual play, was
presented to a full auditorium on Decem-
ber 16, under the auspices of the annual
staff in efforts to raise iunds for the annual.
"A Lucky Break" was a clever three-act
comedy written hy Zella Spears. Leads in
the play were cleverly carried by Burton
Vl'rig'ht as John Banse, and Inez Helfrinch.
Others in the class ingluded Mildred Anon,
Henry Frank, Alan Probst. Flora Beer,
Rebecca Albert. Don Deegan, Vivian
Hicks, Virginia Taylor, Natalie Hubbard,
Roberta Mapes, Jack Long, Blanche Mil-
ler, and Vernon Bentley.
A. K. A. PLAY
The A.K.A. Dramatic Club presented
on April 7 "The Haunted House," a plot
full of plenty of excitement and thrills, be-
sides clever dramatic situations. An excel-
lent cast made the play exceptionally good.
Major parts were taken by Earl Jolly.
Uonia Mae Snoddy and Norman Bartling.
Flora Beer. Don Deegan. and Orville
jones very cleverly handled the comedy.
Virginia Taylor, Vincel Hayes, Albert
Bloom, and Harold Keyser made up the
rest of the cast,
The elf of the woodland
That leads men away
From the task that is ever unfmished,
The burdensome task of today.
The foot of the rainbow
That lies just over the hill,
NVith its pot of gold still waiting
The climber of daring and will.
The lake in the desert
That glimmers but in the sky,
XN'hich the one who seeks is still seek
As he falls on the sands to die.
The mist of the moorland
That shuts out both crag and fen,
And makes us forget, in our dreaming,
Only today is for men.
-J. Nicholas Bragan.
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SENIOR COSTUME DAY
Front the vaults of Egypt comes the Mummy
and his sweetheart along with two innocent girls
accompanied hy a Sandluar girl of 19011 ....
Tommy Shoemaker, as master of ceremonies. is
posing with Oscar Rahhit, The Perfect Adver-
tisement ut' Pepsodent Toothpaste, and the Un-
derwear Nlan .... The old fashioned girl is
flirting with Ed Vtynn .,.. Arlene and Al
Al just won first prize .... Kate Smith with-
out her moon .... Paderweskfs pupil Wlluru-
thy Sauter .... Mickey McGuire's gang
wrecked the entire school .... Sweet Madame
Buttertly is awed by this American flirt ....
Little Oscar. the Rabbit, just won a prize.
. . . lid VYynn again with one little lxuy and a
soldier .... Sadie 'llhsmtpsun and her second.
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Svuoenrs or N.C.H-6.
Smile pretty. Misx Pettigrew ,,., Latin and history
seem to eu hanrl iu hand. at least, with Miss McBride and
Misw Healy . . . Two strict guardians of our speech. Miss
Biunull and Mis: Feris . . , My goodness, Mr, Russell
without his better half . . . VVe all know that when Miss
james gets that dreamy look in her eyes, it's her little
lmllslug. Mickey. that she's thinking of . , . Two strict
mernbcm of the ufhue force . . . Miss jenkins evidently
kvmws the way to u me-m's heart . . . Ruth and Elie. the
milling othce girls . . . Why shouldn't Miss Hoopman be
happy. just look at her pretty new car . . . Our librarian.
Mibs Shaffer . . . Two fishermen in reality. although
they pretend to be teachers . . . The man the dogs bite'-'
Dean Morgan . . , Miss Bayless is perfectly
at home standing by the stage door.
, ' .f NELL DOLLY
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Something funny has happened. The football boys are all in a huddle ....
The band and Mr. XNalsh at the Cheyenne football game .... Who is the
handsome man with his back to us? None other than Coach Alva E. Straw.
. . . Lot's of Casper people in Sheridan at the Casper-Sheridan game .... The
referee is seriously contemplating the Casper-Laramie runaway .... A close-
up of players and the ball in the Casper-Cheyenne battle .... The Mustangs
fought bravely with the lndians at the game, even if the Indians did win.
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COMPLIMENTS OF MR. I.. I. liL'I.ICll
The excellent bird's eye View of the Natrona County High School and grounds shows
to a good advantage the beautiful structure of the building. The square court in the middle
of the building affords perfect lighting, and ventilation for the rooms, but will also in a
few years, be made into a lovely park. In the background can be seen the tennis courts
and the athletics which go to make the school complete.
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Assemblies arranged and presented by various school organizations were held on an
average of about two each week. Although under the supervision of Superintendent
llicks and the faculty, the assemblies were for the most part student creations.
An assembly was held before every athletic contest in which the Mustangs took
part: "C" pin assemblies were held every six weeks: all athletic, scholastic, and service
awards were presented in assemblyg thc national societies initiated their new members
in assembly: before every school stage production, an assembly was held to present a
"teaser"1 occasionally, Klr. llicks called the students into assembly to discuss problems
ot' the school in which the students had an interest.
Although Mr. Hicks was directly in charge of the assemblies. they were planned
and conducted by various members of the student council.
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It is because our theatres are independently owned and operated by
Casper people-allowing the- purchase of every picture, worthy of
showing, from every producer of Motion Pictures.
liujoy all the big pictures made by Paramount, Fox, R. K. O., W'arner
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IQXTFNID THEIR CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1933
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Fresh and Smoked Meats , .
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152 South Center Street
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TENTS, AWNINGS AND ALL CANVAS GOODS
FLAGS AND DECORATIONS
Tent and Awning Company
"BEST IN THEIR LINE"
245 SOUTH CENTER STREET PHONE 206
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