Natrona County High School - Mustang Yearbook (Casper, WY)
- Class of 1937
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:acknowledgment to Kliss Ze-Ha Garner of the
Art mlcpzlrtment, to hlr. 'l'. Carrigen of the De Luxe Studio
and to XI11 C. Helden of the Pitchfork Ranch, Pitchfork,
Thr' 1937 JIIISIUIIQ
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' CAROL BARTO
- BIAE IIQVVIDALIZ
- BILLY SANDS
-1ANGIl2 B. IJELIYNIONT
MISS VYISRDA JAM ES
MR. VVALTER SAVAGE
The 1937 Urlffrzng 3 IIS!
TO N. C. H. S.
By HELEN KEISER
It's time for us head wranglers
To be a'windin' up the trail.
A lot's expected of us guys,
VVe can't afford to fail.
We're glad to know you'll all be here,
"Power behind the throne,"
lt's swell to know we have a place
To call our very own.
Therels no time for sentiment,
Though tearsld do us goodg
VVeld stay here forever-
If we only could.
Some will leave for other parts,
VVhile others hang around.
A finer, truer, Western home
Could never again be found.
But we've got to be a'movin' ong
We're due some other place.
Our roundup must he travelin'
At a little faster pace.
We hate to leave you fellows,
But there's much to do ahead.
Our doggies are all watered
And our steers've all been fed.
ln our chain of friendship
A link youyll always be,
And to every heart in our class
You'll forever hold a key!
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DEAN C. RIORGAN
Slljlfrintfllrlzfnt of ljllblil' Sflzoolx
S. KELLY wVALSH I
Priflrilml of Nvzzlrrnza Cflllllfxl' High Svlzouf
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Chapin McFarland Beach Morgan
Parker l'li'ltSliSk'll Dart M okler jones
Schools are established by the people to secure certain results
of quality in character and citizenship, fundamentally the peo-
ple are not interested in the machinery of it all but rather in
the product which the machinery turns out. The education
machinery is, therefore, merely a means to an end. Schools are
administered solely for the purpose of securing these desirable
Representatives of the people to serve them in accomplishing
this purpose are selected as members of the Board of Education
and their first duty is to assemble the desires of the masses of
people, organize them, translate them into terms of desirable
results, establish policies that will set in motion the machinery
for securing: these results, and then see to it that the work nec-
essary to the attainment of the ends desired is done.
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AGNEW, JESSIE IVIAE
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Wheaton College: Northwestern fi. K I
University. 9 .- "
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Public School Healtlz
B.A. Tarkio College: Curry School of Ex-
pression: Graduate XVork at Northwestern
University: Graduate VVork at University of
Red Cross Hospital, Salida. Colorado, Grad-
uate NVork: University of California, L.A.
Degree: Columbia University, Graduate
BAU ER, BEATRIC E
Publir School Health
Montana Deaconess Hospital: R.N. Degree.
B.A. St. Olaf College: Graduate VVork Uni-
versity of Colorado: Graduate XVork Uni-
versity of Minnesota.
B.A. Nebraska VVes1eyan: BLA. University
of Iowa: Graduate VV-ark at School of Ex-
A.B. Colorado State College of Education:
B.S. University of Southern California.
BURTON, NIAJOR VINCENT
University of Southern California: Army:
Sd Engineers: 31st Infantry: 15th Infantryk
.3261 Infantry: 61st Infantry: 38th Infantry:
CANDELARIA, 1 IART1 N
The 1937 fllustang
B.A. Coe College, Iowa: Graduate Study
at University of California: Graduate Study
at University of Colorado: BLA. I'niversity
II.S. C'IIIIII'adu State f'IIIIege: GIAz1fIIIzIt4-
VYnII'k at l'IIIu1'n4Iu State CIIIIHQC.
COLLINS, Rosa ALICE
AJS. I'IIiveI'sity- of VX'yIIIIIin,qg GI'zI1III1Itc
XYIII'k at IIIIiveI'QIty In' XYyIIIniIIgg fIl'2llIll1lI6
X'X'III'k at l'IIiveI'sIty of Or:-gIm.
CONVY, N IZLLIIZ
Cn nl In frfial
I'II.B. I'IIiveI'5ity of Chicagog Gregg ScI1urII.
Irma State- Tcaclu-I"s follege.
IKM. Kansas Siute C'IIIIcp,'e, MzIIIIIattzIII1
IIN. Ft. II:Iys State Cxrllvpre, Hays. K:1II4zIs.
ILS, Yniversity of BIissmII'i.
Sum-et BI'i:II' CIIIIL-1.50. Sweet Briar. ViI'giIIi:I3
l'IIiveI'sity III Nt'I!I'Zlikll. ILA. Ik-g'I'ee.
A.B. I'IIiveI'sity of Xvyomingq M.A. l'IIi-
vc-rsity III Iowa.
CEARN ISR, Z IQLLA
IH-I'II, NI-IwI':Isk1I. N01'I'IlZlI School: fI1'fHIl1IlfC
XYIIrI: :It INIIIIIIIIIIII L'IIix'n-rsity.
A.A. StrpIIeIIs Follegf: II.F.A. CnIIII'aIIo
lIIIiveI'sity: B.A. CcIloI'mInI UIIIVI-rsity.
A.I4. l'IIivL-I'sity of NeIII':ISIc:1.
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State Vniversity of Iowa, A.B. Degree
University of Southern falifornia. Gradu
ate WVork: University of Colorado, Graduate
Physical I ducatzon
sity ot' Illinois Kansas itate Teachers iol
legeg B.S. of Physical Fducation
Y, M. cf.
HIEALY, EDNA MAE
A.ll. Fniversity ut' Coloradog M.A. Cnlum
HEMRY, KATH1 El N
B.A. University of Wyoming., Ciaduate
VVork at University of Chicago Graduate
XVork at I llltffilty of VS yommg
ILS. Kansas State Teachers College: Grad
uate VVOrk at University nf Colorado: Grad
uate XVOrk at University of Nebraska.
B.A, University of NX yomull, Graduate
XYurk at l nixersity of I nixersity of South
ern California Graduate W orlt at l mxer
sity of VVynm1ng
ILS. University of VVashingtong M,A.
Vniversity of VVashington.
Physiral I duration
BS, Springfield Teachers College Qpung,
Kansas VVQ-sleyau University, A.B. Degree:
Northwestern University. Graduate VVork.
JAMES, VYERD x
Vuiversity of lowa BA Deglee lluxu
sity ut Colorado Craduate Vtmlt
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Fort Hays, Kansas State College, ILS. and
M.S. Degrees, University of Southern Cal-
ifornia, Graduate VVork.
State L'niversity of Iowa, A.B. Degree,
University of Southern California, Graduate
VVorkg University of Colorado, Graduate
University of VVyoming, B.S, Degree.
IY0l'Ilfl0I1dILi7l'Il1lI ual Training
Colorado State College, I'h.B., Greeley, Col-
orado: University of California. Berkeley,
California, Sorhonne University, Paris,
France: Stout Technical College. Menomo-
nie, NYisconsin3 University of XYyoming,
of llichigan, B.A, Degree, Co-
lumbia University, Graduate XVork.
Degree 1 Univer-
Cniversity of Iowa. ILA.
sity of Southern California, Graduate XYork.
Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa, Graduate
XYork3 Colorado State College of Educa-
tion, A.B. and BLA, Degrees, Colorado
State Agricultural College, Graduate Workg
University of Colorado, Graduate VVOrk.
Cafeteria, Horrze IiC0l10lIIiC.S'
Montana State College, B.S. Degree, l.Vash-
ington State College, M.S. Degree.
PENLAND, L. B.
Miami University, B.S. Degreeg Art Insti-
tute of Chicago, Graduate Studyg Univer-
sity of Wyoming, Graduate Studyg Oregon
State College, Graduate Vt'ork,
I'niversity of Arkansas, ILA. Degreeg Vhi-
cago University, BLA. Degree: University
ot' liolorailo, Graduate VVorkg Columbia,
New York, Graduate XVork.
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University of VVyoming, B.S. Degree: Uni-
versity of tvashington, Graduate XVork:
University of Colorado, Graduate XVo1'k.
University of VVisc0nsin. l3.S. Degree: Uo-
lumbia, New York, Graduate Vvorkg Lni-
versity of VVisconsin, Graduate VVork.
RUSSELL, VIRGIL YATES
Wichita University, NVichita, Kansas, A.B.
Degree: California University, Berkeley.
A.B. Degree: University of Arizona, Tuson,
Kansas State College. B.S. Degree: Kansas
State College, M.S. Degree: XYyoming Uni-
versity, Graduate VVork.
Sergeant, D. E. M. L., Albany. New York:
Service 1st Engineers and Sth Engineers:
31st Infantry: 30th Infantry: 15th Infan-
try: 38th Infantry: Overseas Service, China,
University of VVyoming: Graduate Xvork
at University of XVashington.
State University of Iowa, A,B. Degree:
Illinois State University, B.L.S. Degree.
Central Missouri State Teachers Follege,
B.S. Degree: Volorado University, Graduate
MacPhae1 School of Music: Northwestern
Universityg University of VVyoming.
STRAYV, ALVA If.
University of Montana, A.B. Degree: Uni-
versity ofr VVisconsin and University of
Southern California. Graduate VVork.
The 1937 Musiang i25l
S ULLIVAN, KIARI IZ
Iowa State Teachers Fullegc-5 Gregg School
Nebraska XVCSIGYZIII L'11ix'ersity. B.A. Dr'-
gru-3 l'nivc-rsity uf Culwzlalo, Xl..-X. Umglfe.
COOK, GIZORCZE RQ
KEI111Jt'1' Military School: University of Nc
lmraskzn, HS. Ilvgwc.
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Mrs. Pearl Burns and
Mrs. C. H. Bowman, Associate
The office stall-that energetic, patient, and sympathetic staff
composed of Mrs. Burns and hlrs. Bowman, are genuinely the
backbone of the entire N. C. H. S. student body. VVithout these
two competent women, we would not receive our frequent
absence, tardy, or uniform excuses, locker keys, telephone or
bulletin announcements, schedule changes, and pass slips of
which we are constantly in need. They are the understanding
ones to whom we go when our troubles and worries 'lget us
down" and we don't know whether we have that necessary one-
fourth credit to graduateg when we need advice about subjects
to choose for our particular interests, and when our locker key
seems to disappear with all our hooks in our locker, ln school,
llrs. Pearl Burns and Xlrs. C. H. Bowman deserve credit and
praise for the success and dependability of our competent office
,ANNA Lotrlsiz Iiaxslix.
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HARLES I. BELDEN
Charles J. Belden, owner of the 200,000-acre Pitchfork
Ranch in the Rleeteetsee Valley, near Cody, Wyoming, has
won national fame in two unusual ways.
His famous photographs of western ranch life portray the
taste of comradery and true friendliness that make western hos-
He earned for himself the name of "Antelope King" when
he transported prong horn antelope by air, from his Wyoming
ranch to zoos in all parts of this country. Several of the ani-
mals were shipped from New York City to Europe on the
zeppelin Von Hinzlfnburg.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank Klr. Belden for
allowing us to use the reproductions of his well-known photo-
graphs in this yearbook. No more authentic means could be
found to accurately express the true spirit of the West, which
has been our theme throughout. ,
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As dudes and greenhorns just four eventful years ago, we entered the portals of
the N. C. H. S. home ranch as meekly as kittens. ln that far-off first year, we selected
Miss Berg and hir. Corbett as bossesg Don Luckey, foreman, hlildred lVlason, dude
wrangler: tlimmie O'l3rien, ranch secretary and treasurerg llarion Kistler and Peggy
Ann XVarner, ranch hostessesg and hlarvin Allsen, representative to the ranch Board
The next year, being a little braver, and just a little more acquainted with the
ways of the world, .lack Mitchell was elected foreman, John Hills tried his hand at
dude wrangling, Klarian Slizeski put the ranch on a paying basis, Dorothy Stebbins
took charge of the correspondence and "sech," and Norman Ryan filed in with the
other Hbig shotsf, Our bosses for this year were llliss Healy and lllr. Russell.
ln our third year we had gotten so we could throw and tie any wild bull or 'lhossu
so we elected Bliss Feris, hir. VValsh, and llr. Candelaria as managers, George
Niethammer, straw bossg hlaurice Converse, understudyg Sybil Johnson, tally takerg
-lim Sprecher, cashier, Helen Niethammer, representative to the Big Bosses confer-
enceg Catherine Jones, Ruth Ann Jacobson, and Helen Weiitzel, girl hostesses.
Still ridin' high, we entered our last but exciting year with zealous ambitions under
the capable guidance of Nliss Feris and hlr. Corbett, the ranch bosses. As foreman
we selected ,lim Sprecherg assistant, Ernest Wilkersong pen scratcher, Jack hlitchellg
banker, Betsey Nicholsg representatives to the hostesses club, Catherine Jones, lllarion
Kistler, Anna Louise Hansen, and llary Louise Anderson, and speech maker at the
Ranch Council, Helen Niethammer. Later, -lim Sprecher set out for another ranch
and Ernest lVilkerson became foreman, with .lack hlitchell and Betsey Nichols, assist-
ant foreman, and secretary-treasurer, respectively.
Now we leave the gates of N. C. H. S., seasoned cowhands, eager to try our luck
with the rest of the world.
BISTSEY NICHOLS AND CATHERINE JON Es.
The 1937 Mustang
Ambition: Aeronautical Draftsman
Non-Commissioned Otticer, 2, 3, Commissioned Officer, 4g
Officers' Club, 4, Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Class Football, lg
Crusher Staff, 4.
Class Football, 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Basketball, 1, Z, 45 Glee,
1, 2, 3, 45 Executive Council, 1, Junior Follies, 35 Rifle
Team, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4.
ANDERSON, MARY LOUISE
National Honor Society, 3, 4: Euclid, 2, 3. 4, Latin Club,
1, 2, Acappella, 3, 45 Senior Orchestra, 2, 3, 4: Senior Band,
4, All-State Chorus, 3, Junior Follies, 3, Gym Show, 3,
Goodwill Council, 35 Cvlee Club Concerts, 1, 2, 35 Crusher
Staff, 45 Girls' League Council, 4.
Ambition: Petroleum Engineer
Varsity Track, 3, 4: Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Class Football I, 2, 3, 4.
BACH, CATHERINE Qt - j 2
Ambition: Tra r
Art Club, 4.
Ambition: Medical Work
Radio Club, 4, Producer and Director: English Club, 4,
National Honor Society, 3, 43 Gusher Staff, 3, 4, Make-up
Editor, 4, Junior Follies, 1, 3, Tournament Band, 1: Senior
Band, 1, 3, 43 Senior Orchestra, 1, 3, 4: Mustang NVranglers,
43 Quill and Scroll, 3, 43 Prom Committee, 3.
Ambition: Draftsman and Designer
Rifle Team. 42 Class Basketball. 2, 3: Class Football, 3. 4,
lNon-Commissioned OFficer, 33 Commissioned Officer, 4, Offi-
cers' Club, 4.
Ambition: Chemical Engineer
Class Basketball, 1: Varsity Basketball. 1. 2. 3: Drum Major,
3, 4, Warrant Officer, 3, Assistant Director ol Band, 3, 4,
Orchestra, 3, 4, Officers' Club, 4.
Ambition: Professional Football Player
Varsity Football. 2. 3. 4: Varsity Basketball. 1, 2. 3, 4:
Varsity Track, 1. 2. 3, 41 Glec, 3, 4: Quartette, 4: "C" Club,
2, 3, 43 All-State Team, 3, 45 Nou4Commissioned Officer, 2.
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Class Basketball, 1, 25 Non-Commissioned Officer, l, 45 Rifle
Senior Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Mustang Wranglers, 45 Trumpet
Quartette, 4, Festival Band, 4.
A. K. A., 45 Art Club, 4, "Yankee King," 43 Kiwanis Plays,
49 Radio Club, 4g Glee Concerts, 4.
Ambition: Private Secretary
Tower Staff, 3, 4, Gym Show, 3, Gym Awards.
Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 45 Gym Show, 35 Junior Follies, 3.
if "' Born, BERLIN
Ambition: Chemical Engineer
Denver, Colorado, l, 2: French Club, 3: English Club, Vice-
President, 43 Euclid Club, 3, 4. President, 4: Stage Crew,
3, 4, Electrician, 45 Track, 3: Basketball Timer, 3, 4: Rifle
Team, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4: Makeup Editor,
Gusher, 4, Quill and Scroll Award, 4: Radio Club An-
nouncer, 4, Officers' Club, 45 Glee Club, 3g Commissioned
Gym Show, 13 Glee Concerts, 1-23 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,
French Club, 4, Junior Follies, 3.
Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Non-Commissioned Officer, 2, 39
Commissioned Officer, 45 Officers' Club, 4: Glee, 2, 4.
Junior Follies, 3, Glec Club.
Euclid Club, 33 Gym Show, 33 Junior Follies, 3, Glee, l, 2, 5, 4.
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Ambition: Chemical Engineer
English Club, 43 Latin Club, 1, 23 Euclid Club, 23 National
Honor Society, 3, 43 National Thespians, 43 Annual StatT, 43
Gusher StatT, 43 Officers' Staff, 4: Commissioned Otticer, 41
Non-Commissioned Officer, 2, 33 junior Follies, 33 "Yankee
King," 43 "Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary," 43 Student Senator,
43 Class Basketball, 13 Salutatorian, 4.
Latin Club, 1, 23 junior Follies. 33 Class Football, 33 Non-
Commissionefl Olticcr, 2, 33 Commissioned Officer, 43 Offi-
cers' Club, 43 Annual Stait, 43 Gusher Staff. 43 Debating3
Glce, 1, 2, 3, 45 All-State Chorus, 33 Ring Committee, Prom
Committee3 National Honor Society, 4.
Class Football, 13 Varsity Football, 2. 3. 43 Class Basket-
ball, 1. 2, 43 Basketball Manager, 33 Glee, 1, 21 "CU Club,
3, 43 Guslier Staff, 4.
Ambition: Legal Secretary
Spanish Club, 1, 2. 3, 4. Vice-President, 33 Marlrigal Club,
2, 3. 43 National Honor Society. 3, 43 Acappella, 3, 43 Junior
Follies, 33 Glee Concerts, 1, Z, 3, 43 All-State Chorus, 3.
Class Football, 23 H. S. Golf Champion, 3. 4: H. S. Ping
Pong Champion, 43 Commissioned Offficer, 33 Officers' Club,
33 Latin Club, 23 Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Gusher Staff,
33 Junior Follies, 33 Track, 1.
Ambitio n.' Geologist
Houston, Texas, li Latin Club. 23 Gym Show. 23 All-State
Chorus, 33 Kiwanis Plays, 3, 4: Tower Staff, 43 National
Thespians, 43 "The Yankee King," 43 Senate Representative.
43 Denver Speech Conference, 4.
Ambition: Interior Decorator
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 All-State Chorus, 3: Glee
Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Spanish Club, 3, 43 A, K. A.. 43 National Thespians. 4:
"Yankee King," 43 Junior Follies, 33 "Smilin' Thru," 4.
COLLINS, Ana BELLE
Ambition.' Dress Designer
Madrigal Club, 43 Acapella, 3, 43 A. K. A., 43 Kiwanis
Debate, 1, 2, 43 National Forensic, 4, President, N. C. H. S.
Ambition: Own Smithsonian Institute
Euclid, 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies, 13 Non-Commissioned Officer,
1, 2, 33 Commissioned Officer, 43 Cadet Major, 43 Executive
Council, 43 Junior Rotarian, 43 Officers' Club, 3, 43 Glee, 4.
Junior Follies, 33 Gym Show, 33 All-State Chorus 33
Acapella, 2,33 Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3.
Class Football, 1, 2, 33 Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior
Class Vice-Presidentg Latin Club, 23 Senator, 4.
Ambition: Enjoying Myself
T. N. T., 1, 2, 33 Annual Staff, 43 English Club, 43 Madrigal,
43 A. K. A., 43 Gym Show, 33 Girls' Rifle Team, 1, 23
Kiwanis Plays, 43 Quill and Scroll. 43 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 33
Senator Nye C0mmiKtCCQ Junior Follies, 2, 33 Tournament
Drills, 43 "Smilin' Through"3 National Thespians, 43 Gusher
Staff, 43 "The World's All Right," 13 Honorary Cadet Cap-
tain, 43 "Charley's Aunt"3 "Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary."
A mbition: Traveler
English Club, 43 A. K. A., 2, 3, 43 Gusher Staff, 43 Spanish
Club, 3, 43 Glee Club, 1, 2. 3, 43 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 43
Kiwanis Plays, 43 Tournament Drills, 43 All-State Chorus, 33
Quill and Scroll, 43 Junior Follies, 33 "Growing Pains," 3.
Glee Clubg All-State Chorus, 33 Glee Concertsg Gym Show, 3.
Hartford, Connecticut, 1, 2, 33 Varsity Football, 43 Varsity
TI'ack, 43 Class Basketball, 4.
Class Football, 1, 2, 33 Class Basketball, 1, Z, 33 Glee, 1, 23
fliiie Team, 1, 23 Gusher Staff, 43 Boxing, 13 Junior Fol-
DAM E, RAY
Ambition: Chemical Engineer
Latin Club, 1, 23 Euclid Club, 2, 3, 43 Band, 1, 2, 3, 43
Orchestra, 43 Class Football, 2, 3.
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DELIMONT, ANGIE B.
A1nbition.' Costume Designer
Junior Band, 1, 25 Junior Orchestra, 1, 25 Latin Club, 25
Tower Staff, 35 Gusher Staff, 45 Annual Stalf, 45 Glee Con-
cert, 35 All-State Chorus, 45 Junior Follies, 35 Glee Club, 35
Quill and Scroll.
National Thespians, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 45
National Forensic, 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll, 3, 45 National
Honor Society, 45 Latin Club, 1, 25 French Club, 35 English
Club, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, 45 Pynx Club, 15 Debate, 1, 25
Quill and Scroll Award, 35 Kiwanis Plays. 3, 45 Junior
Follies, 2, 35 "Black Flamingo"5 "Perfect Alibi"5 "Charley's
Aunt"5 "Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary"5 Officers' Club, 35
Non-Commissioned Officer, 25 Commissioned Officer, 35
Gusher Staff, 35 Annual Staff, 3, 45 Euclid, 35 Denver
Speech Conference5 Usher Club, 3.
Ambition: Air Hostess
Glee, 1, 2, 35 All-State Chorus, 35
Follies, 35 Gym Show, 35 "Yankee
Latin Club, 1, 25 Junior Follies, 35 Class Football, 3, 45
English Club, 35 Non-Commissioned Officer, 35 Commissioned
Officer, 45 Officers' Club, 45 National Honor Society. 3. 45
Class Basketball, 25 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Gusher Staff, 45
Euclid Club, 2, 35 All-State Chorus, 35 Festival Chorus, 4.
Kiwanis Plays, 45 Junior
Spanish Club, 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary. 35 Euclid Club, 3. 41
National Honor Society, 3, 4, Secretary, 45 National Thes-
pians, 45 Acappella, 45 All-State Chorus, 35 "Yankee King"5
"Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary"5 Spanish Club Award, 3.
Glee Clubs, 1, 2, 3, 45 Madrigal Club, 3, 45 Tap Club, 25
A. K. A., 45 Junior Follies, 35 Festival Chorus, 45 Kiwanis
Latin Club, 1, 25 Junior Follies, 35 Class Football, 35 Eng-
lish Club, 35 Non-Commissioned Officer, 35 Commissioned
Officer, 45 Otficers' Club, 45 National Honor Society, 3, 45
Class Basketball, Z5 Gusher Staff, 4.
Ambition: Air Hostess
Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4: Glee Concert, 1. 25 Gusher StaFf, 4.
Senior Band. 1. 2, 3, 45 Mustang VVranglers, 45 Festival
The 1937 Mustang l37l
S E N I O R S
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FRERICHS, FRANKLIN .
Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer
Class Football, 3, 44 Band. 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3. 4:
Glee. 1, 21 Junior Follies, 3, Latin Club, 1, Z: Euclid Club,
4, Brass Sextette, 4: Brass Quartette, 4, Non-Commissioned
Non-Commissioned Officer, 2, 33 Commissioned Olificer, 4,
Officers' Club, 4: Euclid Club, 4: National Honor Society, 43
Usher Club, 4, Radio Club, 4, English Club, 4: Senator, 43
Glee Club, 3, 4.
Ambition: Orchestra Leader
! N . f
Glee Club, 3. 43 Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Festival Chorus, 4.
A'ml1ition.' Soldier of Misfortune
Non-Commissioned Officer, 33 Commissioned Officer, 4,
Stage Crew, 4, Officers' Club, 45 Rifle Team, 3, 4.
Ambition: Orchestra Leader
Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4,
Festival Band, 43 Festival Orchestra, 4: Junior Follies, 3,
Mustang' VVranglers, 43 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 41 All-State
Chorus. 3, Tournament Band, 2, 3, 4: Senior Football: Sen-
ior Basketballg Boys' Chorus, Senior Band. 3, 43 Senior
Orchestra, 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Officer.
Cusher Static, 4.
K ji J -f Gnms, MARJORIE
X J Ambition: Acquiring Different Kinds of Knowledge
JJ! Band, 1, 2. 3, 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Euclid Club, 3, 4,
j Junior Follies, 3.
A. K. A., 3: French Club, 2, Euclid Club, 2, 3, Junior
Follies, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, 35 National Honor Society, 3, 43
Usher Club. 3.
A mlzition: Laborato
.4 mbition: Secretary
Girls' Sports, 1, 2, Denver, 3.
The 1937 Mustang
Ambition: Botany Worker
Midwest, 1, 2: All-State Chorus, 3.
Ambition: Lady of Leisure
Gym Show, 3: Junior Follies, 3: Glee, 1, 2, 3: Gym Awards.
Ambition: Gym Teacher
Gym Show, 3: Glee Club, 1: Girls' Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym
Awards: Gusher Staff, 4: Sewing Award, 4: Gym "C"
Ambition: "Swing" Band Leader
Class Football, 4: Band Senator, 3: Senior Band, 1. 2, 3, 4:
Orchestra, 3, 4: Glee, 1, 2: Music Representative, 3: Mustang
Wranglers, 4: Band Staff, 3, 4: Non-Commissioned Officer,
4: Festival Band, 4: Tournament Band, 1, 2, 4: XYrang1er
Dance Orchestra, 4: Junior Follies Orchestra, 3, 4.
HANSEN, ANNA Louise
Ambition: -lou rnalist
Latin Club, 1, 2: English Club, 2, 3, 4: National Honor
Society, 3. 4: Annual Stalf, 3, 4: Gusher Staff, 4: Junior
Follies, 3: Kiwanis Plays, 2: Girls' League Council, 4:
Madrigal Club, 3, 4: All-State Chorus, 3: Glee Club, 1, 2, 3:
Honorary Cadet Captain, 3: Honorary Cadet Major, 4.
All-State Chorus, 3: Acappella, 3, 4: Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Basketball, 1,
2, 3, 4: Class Football, 3, 4: Brass Sextette, 4: Junior Follies,
3, 4: Tournament Band, 1, 2, 4: Mustang NVrang1ers, 4:
Non-Commissioned Officer, 3. 4.
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Ambition: Dress Designer
Gym Show, 3: Glee Club, 1. 2, 3: Girls' Sports, 3.
Ambition: Buyer in a Large Store
Gym Show. 1, 2: Glee, 1, 2, 3. 4: Kiwanis Plays, 4: A. K.
A., 3: Long Beach, California.
Ambition .' Lawyer
Class Football. 1: Class Basketball, 1: Boxing. 2: Gusher
H,'XYES, MERWN I
Ambition: Air Hostess
All-State Chorus, 3: Cheers, 3: Kiwanis Plays, 3: Junior
Follies, 3: Art Club. 4: Glee, 3. 4.
Kiwanis Plays. 3: Class Basketball, 1. 2. 3: Gusher Stati. 4:
liancl, 1, 2: Glue Club, 1, 2: Latin Cluh, 1, 2: Junior Prom
Committee. 3: Junior Follies, 3: Stage Crew. Z.
Track, 3. 4: Class Basketball, 3. 4: Class Foothall, 3. 4:
Tower Staff. 4: Commissions-fl Officer, 4: Officers' Cluh. 4:
Illinois, 1, 2.
Class Football. 1. 3, 4: Class Basketball, 1: Varsity Basket-
hall, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Track, 1, 4: Glue, 4: Band. 1, 2. 3, 4:
Mustang Vtlranglers. 4: Euclid Club, 2, 3: MC" Club, 4:
Boys' Vice-President. 4: Executive Council. 4: Sophomore
Glee, 1. 2. 3: National Thespians. 4: "Yankee King." 4:
Kiwanis Play, 4: Gym Show, 3: All-Stale Chorus, S.
Spanish Club. 1, 2. 3. 4: Usher Club. 3, 4: Glee Concerts.
1. 2. 3. 4: Student Senator. 4.
Ambition: Commercial Artist
Latin Club, 1, 2: Usher Club, 3, 4: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Sports, 1: Junior Sports. 1: Junior Follies, 3: English Cluh,
41 Gusher Staff 4: Art Club, 4.
H01 The 1937 Mustang
HULSE, RosiE MAY ' -7
Ambition: Librarian "'
Cheyenne, Vtiyorning, 1, 2, 3.
Annual StaH', 3: Art Club, 4.
Spanish Club, 3, 4: Madrigal Club, 3, 4: Acappella 3: Glee
Concerts, 2, 3, 4: All-State Chorus, 3: Festival Chorus, 4:
Gusher Staff, 4: Junior Follies, 3: Gym Show, 3.
JACOBSEN, RUTH ANN
Ambition: Tour the World
Glee Concerts, 1, 2. 3: Acappella, 3, 4: All-State Chorus, 3:
Junior Follies, 3: Girls' League Council, 3: Band Twirler, 3:
Gusher StatT, 4.
Ambition: Violin Soloist
Junior-Senior Band. 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior-Senior Orchestra,
1, 2, 3, 4.
Pine Blnhfs, VVyOming, 1, 2: Kiwanis Plays. 3: Latin Club. 3.
Ambition: Industrial Chemist
Editor ot' Annual, 4: Annual Staff, 3, 4: Executive Council,
4: T. N, T., 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 3: Cusher Staff, 3, 4,
Associate Editor, 4: Quill and Scroll, 3, 4: National Honor
Society, 3. 4: English Club, 3, 4: Latin Club, 1. 2. Secre-
tary-'I'i'easurer, 2: Spanish Club, 3, 4: Tap Club, 1: National
Thespians, 4: Glee Concerts, 1, 2: Junior Follies. 3. Student
Director, 3: Junior Class Secretary, 3: Euclid Club: "Yankee
King," 4: Honorary Cadet Captain, 4: Student Senator, 4,
Senate Timekeeper, 4: Tournament Drill, 4: Goodwill Coun-
cil. 3: Prom Committee, 3: Ring Committee: Senator Nye
Committee: Radio Club Announcer, 4.
Ambition: To DO the Best Thing in the Best
Hand, 1, 2, 3: Tournament Band. 2: Orchestra, 1: Latin
Club, 2: Euclid Club, 3: Junior Follies, 3, Student Director,
3: Prom Committee, 3: Ring Committee: Senator Nye Com-
mittee: National Honor Society, 3, 4, President, 4: Annual
Staiif, 4: Girls' League Council, 3, 4.
:fmbitio n: Executive Secretary
National Tllespians. 3, 4. President, 4: National Honor So-
ciety, 4: Madrigal Club. 3, 4: Acappella. 3, 4: Double
Quartette, 3: Quartette, 3, 4: "Marriage of Naunettef, 2:
Junior Follies, 3: "Growing Pains." 3: "Ladies of the Jury."
3: Kiwanis Plays, 3: Denver Speech Conference, 4: All-State
Chorus. 3: Festival Chorus. 4: Life Saving. 2, 3, 4: Gym
Show, l, 2, 3.
Ambition: Dude Ranch Secretary
Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym Show, 3: Girls' Sports. 1, 2. 3, 4.
Ada. Oklahoma, 1, 2, 3: National Thespians. 4: Glee Con-
certs, 4: Usher Club, 4: Kiwanis Plays. 4: "Yankee King."
4: A. K. A,, 4: Animal Staff, 4.
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"Ladies of the jury," 35 "Growing Pains 3 Junior Fol
Ambition: Stenographic VVork
Tap Club, 15 Cheer Club, l, 2, 3, Secretary, 35 Gusher Staff,
45 Annual Stan, 3, 45 Drum Major and Twirler of Band, 3, 45
Battalion Sponsor of R. O. T. C.. 45 Clee Club Concert, 1,
2, 3, 45 All-State Chorus, 35 Gym Show, 35 Tournament
Drills, 45 President of Girls' League Council, 45 Executive
Council, 45 Student Senator, 45 Girls' Vice-President, 45
Tower Staff, 45 Honorary Cadet Captain. 45 Ring Committee,
45 Junior Prom Committee, 35 Nye Committee, 45 "The
NVorld's Alright," 15 Junior Follies, 35 Goodwill Council, 15
Festival Band, 45 Quill and Scroll, 4.
Girls' League Council, 1, 45 Latin Club, 1, 2, Vice-President,
25 French Club, 35 Madrigal Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President,
45 National Honor Society, 3, 4, Vice-President, 45 Sextette,
35 Quartette, 3, 45 Trio, 2, 3, 45 All-State Chorus, 35 Festival
Chorus, 45 T. N. T., 2, 3, 45 Acappella, 45 Gym Show, 15
"Marriage of Nannette," 35 "The World's Alright," 25 Ki-
wanis Plays, 25 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Statf, 3, 45
Gusher Staff, 45 Junior Follies, 35 Prom Committee, 35 Solos.
Latin Club, 1, 25 Cheers, 1, 2, 35 Glee Concerts, 1, 2. 3, 45
Junior Follies, 35 Gym Show, 35 Kiwanis Plays, 4.
Ambition: To Travel Around the World
Latin Club, 1, 25 English Club, 3, 45 Euclid Club, 3, 45 Art
Club, 45 Gusher Staff, 35 A, K, A., 45 Kiwanis Plays, 45
Junior Follies, 35 National Honor Society, 4.
LA NoUE, BRUCE
Hgankie King"5 Non-Commissioned OH'icer, 2, 3.
Senior Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 All-State Chorus, 35 Junior
Follies, 35 Annual Staff, 45 String Quartette, 35 Art Club, 4,
President, 4: Gym Show, 45 Orchestra, 3, 45 Music Festival,
45 Student Senator, 4. ' ,
Ambition: Electrical Engineer
Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 4
After School Sports, 1, 2:
Senior Band, 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 Class
Football, 1, 45 Track, 35 Junior Follies, 35 Saxophone Sex-
tette, 45 Mustang Wranglers, 45 Tournament Band, 1, 2, 45
Festival Band, 4: Gusher Statt, 4: Non-Commissioned Officer
of Band and Military, 3, 4.
All-State Chorus. 35
The 1937 Mustang
HULSE, ROSIlE,lVlAY . ' do ! M,
Cheyenne, VVyoming, 1, 2, 3.
Annual Statt, 33 Art Club, 4.
Spanish Club, 3, 43 Madrigal Club, 3, 43 Acappella 33 Glee
Concerts, 2, 3, 43 All-State Chorus, 33 Festival Chorus, 43
Gusher Staff, 43 Junior Follies, 33 Gym Show, 3.
JACOBSEN, RUTH ANN
Ambition: Tour the World
Glee Concerts. 1, 2, 33 Acappella, 3 4 All State Chorus 3
Junior Follies, 33 Girls' League Council 3 Band Ir ulex 3
Gusher Staff, 4.
Ambition: Violin Soloist
Junior-Senior Band. 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Senior Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4.
Pine BlulTs, VVyoming, 1, 23 Kiwanis Plays. 33 Latin Club. 3
Ambition: Industrial Chemist
Editor of Annual, 43 Annual Staiif, 3, 43 Executive Council,
43 T. N. T., 1, Z, 3, Vice-President, 33 Gusher Staff, 3, 4,
Associate Editor, 43 Quill and Scroll, 3, 43 National Honor
Society, 3, 43 English Club, 3, 43 Latin Club, 1, 2, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, 23 Spanish Club, 3, 43 Tap Club, 13 National
Thespians, 43 Glee Concerts, 1, 23 Junior Follies. 3, Student
Director, 33 Junior Class Secretary, 33 Euclid Clubg "Yankee
King," 4: Honorary Cadet Captain, 4: Student Senator. 4,
Senate Timekeeper, 43 Tournament
cil, 33 Prom Committee, 33 Ring
COIHI'l'llftECQ Radio Club Announcer,
Ambition: To Do the Best Thing in the Best
Band, 1, 2, 33 Tournament Band. 23 Orchestra, 1: Latin
Club, 23 Euclid Club, 33 Junior Follies, 3, Student Director,
33 Prom Committee, 33 Ring Committeeg Senator Nye Com-
mittee3 National Honor Society, 3, 4, President, 43 Annual
Staff, 43 Girls' League Council, 3, 4.
Ambition: Executive Secretary
National Thespians, 3, 4, President. 43 National Honor So-
ciety, 43 Madrigal Club, 3, 43 Acappella, 3, 43 Double
Quartette, 33 Quartette, 3, 43 "Marriage ot' Naunettef' 23
Junior Follies, 33 "Growing Pains," 33 "Ladies of the Jury."
33 Kiwanis Plays, 33 Denver Speech Conference, 43 All-State
Chorus. 3: Festival Chorus, 43 Life Saving, 2, 5, 43 Gym
Show, l, 2, 3.
Ambzlzon. Dude Ranch Secretary
Glee Concerts. 1, 2, 3, 43 Gym Show, 33 Girls' Sports. 1. 2. 3 4
Ambition .' journalist
Arla, Oklahoma, 1, 2, 3: National Thespians 4 Clee Con
certs, 43 Usher Club, 43 Kiwanis Phys 4 Xqnltee king.,
43 A. K. A., 43 Annual Staff, 4.
The 1937 Mustang
Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 45 Gym Show, 3.
Ambition: Work in a Bank
Gym Show, 35 Junior Follies, 35 Glee Concerts. 1, 2. 3, 45
All-State Chorus, 35 Festival Chorus. 45 A. K. A., 45 Madri-
gal, 3, 45 Acappella, 3, 45 "Ladies of the Jury," 35 Kiwanis
Plays, 35 Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 Festival Orchestra, 45 Tour-
nament Drills, 1, 2, 45 Girls' Senior Costume Day VVinner.
Class Basketball. 4, Class Spf-eclball, 4.
Ambition: Executive Secretary
Cheer Club. 1. 2. 3, Sergeant-at-Arms, 2, 35 Latin Club,
1, Z5 Spanish Club, l. 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society, 45
Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class. 45 Matlrigal Club, 3, 4,
Secretary. 3, President. 45 Junior Follies. 2. 31 Gym Show,
35 Music Council, 25 Acappella Chorus, 25 Glee Concerts,
1, 2, 35 All-State Chorus, 35 Annual Staff, 45 Tournament
A mbition: Stockman
Varsity Football, 3, 45 Varsity Basketball, l. 2, 3, 45 Varsity
Track, 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Class President, 35 Executive Coun-
cil, 3, 45 MC" Club. Z, 3, 45 Secretary-Treasurer of "C"
Club, 35 Student Body President. 45 Junior Follies, 35 Prom
Committee: Ring Committee.
Ambition: Concert Pianist
Latin Club, 1. 2, President, Z5 English Club, 3, 4, Presi-
zlent. 4: A. K. A.. 3, 4, President, 45 National Thespians, 45
National Honor Society, 45 Executive Council, 3, 45 Girls'
League Council, 1, 25 French Club, 35 Glee Concerts, 1, 2.
3, 45 All-State Chorus, 35 Cheer Club, 1, 2. 35 Prom Com-
mittee: Ring Comniittc-e5 "Charley's Aunt." 35 "Rejuvena-
tion of Aunt Mary." 45 Kiwanis Plays, 45 Junior Follies, 3.
0 DONNEI.I,, TOM
Ambition: Electrical Engineer
Class Football, l, 2, 35 Class Basketball, 1, 35 Scrub Bas-
ketball, 25 Non-Connnissionetl Officer, 3, 45 Track, 3, 4.
Ambition: Power Behind the Press
Gusher Staff, 3, 4, Business Manager, 45 "Yankee King," 45
"Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary." 45 Tower Staff, 35 Quill and
Scroll. 3, 45 English Club. 45 National Thespians. 4: Latin
Club, 25 Basketball, 25 Golf. 2, 3. 41 Usher Club, 2, 3, 4.
Ambition: Commercial Artist
HC" Club: Varsity Football, 2. 3, 4.
44l The 1937 Mustang
Class Football, 1, 3, 4: Class Basketball, 1, 3, 4, Cusherf'
Staff, 4. I'
PEARCE, JESS 9 '
Ambition: Free-lance Journalist ul 1"
Thermopolis, 15 Midwest, Z, 33 Pynx Club, 4: National R Q X X xv XI,
Forensic, 4, Student Senator, 4. - Mug y,
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PERKINS, WVARREN i l
Non-Commissioned Officer. 2. 31 Conlmissioiied Jfficer. 42
Officers' Club, 4: Junior Follies, 3: Class Football, 1. 2, 3:
Class Basketball, 1. 2, 3, 4: Varsity Track. Z, 3. 4: Gusher
Staff, 4, Sports Editor, 4: Annual Staff. 41 Student Sena-
Spanish Club, l, Z, 3, 43 Boys' Glee, l, 2.
Spanish Club, 3, 4: Glf-e Concerts, 1. 2. 3. 4:
All-State Chorus, 3.
Ambition: To Be Clark Gable, the Second
"C" Club. 4: Football Manawer. 4: Glee Concerts. 22 Cusher
Staff, 4: Junior Follies, 3, Class Basketball, 3, 4.
Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer
Boxing Team, 1, 2: Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A.. 2. 3, 4,
Secretary. 4: Class Football, 1. 25 F. F. A. District Oratori-
cal Contest Winner, 45 State Farmer, 4.
llebate Team, 1: Rifle Team. Z: Non-Coiuniissionezl Officer,
3: Commissionctl Officer, 4: Kiwanis Plays. 4: Kiwanis
Award for Best Individual Actor. 4: Latin Club. 2: Usher
Club, 1. 2. 3, 4: Junior Follies, 3: Gusher Staff, 2: A. K.
A., 43 National Thespians, 4, "Smilin' Thru," 4.
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Ambition: Jou rn alist
junior Follies, 3g Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4: Gym Show, 3: Glee
Concerts, 1, 2, 3: All-State Chorus, 35 Gushcr Staff, 4: Girls'
Sports, 3, 4.
Ambition: Interior Decorator
Klee Concerts, 4: Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Miami, Florida, 1: T. N. T., 3: Executive Council, 4: Stu-
dent Body Treasurer, 4: Art Cluls, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4:
Kiwanis Plays. 43 Annual Stag, 4: Gusher Staff, 4: Junior
Follies, 3: Gym Show, 3: Glec Concerts, 2, 3: All-State
Chorus. 3: Music Council, 3: Goodwill Council, 3: Glee
Class President. 3. 4.
A mbition: Rancher
Spanish Clnlx. 3, 4: Junior Follies. 3: A. K. A., 4:
"Yankee King," 4g "Smilin' Thru,', 4.
T. N. T., l, 2, 3: Tap Club, 1: All-State Chorus, 3: Gusher
Staff. 4: Festival Chorus, 4: Kiwanis Plays, 3: Junior Follies,
33 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee, 3: Goodwill
Ambition: To write
Valedictorian. 4: Editor-in-Chief of Gusher, 4: Executive
Council, 2, 4: Gnsher Sports XVriter, 3: School Sports VVriter,
3. 45 National Honor Society, 3, 4: Boys' Quartette, 4: Glee
Concerts, 4: Non-Commissioned Oificer, 2, 3: Commissioned
Officer, 4: Euclid Club, 2, 3, 4: Latin Cluim, 2: Class Ath-
letics, 2: "C" Clnll, 33 Junior Rotarian, 3.
Ambilion: Radio Singer
"Marriage of Nanettef' 1: Gym Show, 1: Double Quartette,
2: Sextette, 2: Quartette, 3, 4: Madrigal Club '
Acappella, 3, 4: A. K. A., Z3 National Thespians,
retary, 4: Glee Concerts, 1. 2. 3. 4: Music Festival, 4: Junior
Follies, 3: Annual Staff. 3: Kiwanis Plays, 3: "Ladies of the
Jury," 3: Denver Speech Conference: Summer Scholarship
to D. U.
. 2, 3, 4,
3, 4. Sec-
Ambition: Delve lnto the Past
A. K. A., 3: National Forensic, 3, 4: Pynx Clnli, 4. Presi-
dent, 4: Junior Follies, 33 "Growing Pains," 31 Kiwanis
Plays, 4: Non-Commissioned Officer, 3: Debate Team, 3, 4:
Rilie Team, 1, Z, 3.
l46l The 1937 Mustarzg
Art Club, 4: Class Football. 1. 4, Annual Staff, 43 lland
1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Council, Zg Glee
Concerts, 23 Mustang Wranglers, 4.
Acappella Chorus, 3, 4: All-State Chorus. 3: Gym Show
1, 33 Gusher Staff, 4, Latin Cluh, 4: Music Council, 4
Spanish Club, 4, Madrigal Club, 4.
A mbition: Stenographer
Madrigal Club, 41 Glee Club C
Show, lg Acappella Chorus, 3, 4.
Ambition: Chemical Engineer
Commissioned Officer, 4: English Club, 43 Olficers' Club, 4
Class Football, 3, 43 Class Basketball, 3, 4, Boys' Glee, 3
"Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary," 4.
A rn bition: Gym Teacher
All-State Chorus, 3: Basketball Team .Iriiga
45 Soccer Team, lg Glee Concerts 1 7 3
Ambition: Diesel Engineer
Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Ambition : Teacher
Auburn, u7HSl1l!lgtOll. li Spanish Club I 4 xldllllfliil CI b
3, 45 Acappella Chorus, 3, 4, Clee Conccits 3 4
Ambition: Private Secretary
Midwest, Wyoming, I, 2, 3: Sextette. 4, Acappella Chorus
4, Festival Chorus, 43 Gusher Staff, 4.
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S E N I 0 R S
Radio Club, 4, Tower Staff.
Ambition: Beauty Culturist
Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 4: All-State Chorus, 33 Tap Club, 19
Gym Show, 3: junior Follies, J, Kiwanis Plays, 45 "Yankee
King," 43 A. K. A.. 4.
Ambition: Gym Instructor
Gusher Staff, 45 Annual Staff, 4, Spanish Club, 4: Usher
Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, President, 4, Gym Show, 3, Junior
Follies, 3, Girls' Sports Awards, Numeral, N. C. H. S., "C"
Sweater, Student Senator, 49 Glee Concerts, l, 2.
' STEWART, Lois
BLA Ambition: Nurse
Gym Show, 35 Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3.
Ambition: Automobile Mechanic
Golfing, 1, 2, 3. 4.
Ambition: Play the Piano
lland, 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra. 1, 2. 3. 41 Tournament Band,
2, 4: Non-Commissioned Officer, 3. 4, Mustang Wranglers,
45 Junior Follies Orchestra 2, 45 Festival Band, 4.
H81 The 1937 Mustang
SWA NTON, WILLIA M
Varsity Football, 4, Varsity 'l'ruck, 1, 2, 3, 4.
.4n1l1itio11.' Stockmzi n
Varsity Boxing, 23 Class Fonllvall, Z, 55 F. F, A., Z, 3, 4,
President, 4: Glee, 2.
Art l'lnb. 41 Animal Staff, 3. 4: Vslier Flnlu, Z. 33 linclicl
flnlm, 2, 3: Gym Show. 5: Junior Fullics, 3, Gln-c Concerts,
l, 2. 3: Girls' Sports, 1. 2.
Spanish Vlnlv. 1, 2. 3, 45 Blzulrigzil Vlnlw, 3. 4: All-State
fhorns. 3: Glce Concerts, 1, 2, 3, -lg Aczippcllu c4l'lO1"l'lS. -lg
junior Follies, 5.
VALEN'r1N E, Avis
Sewing' Contest, 3.
Nebraska. 2. 51 fluss Basketlnall, 1. 4.
14llllIifi07l.' Radio Engineer
Glee flnlw, 1. 22 Senior llnnrl, 1. 2. 5, 43 S4-ilior cl!'Cl'lC'5ll'2i.
I, 2, 3. 4: Mustang' VYranglers. 4: Mustang Xliflgets, .lg Vlnss
Football, -lg Trnrnpct Quartrttc, 3, 4.
XRYAITE, FRANCES Q, 1 1
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Port Artlnn-, Texas, 1, 2, 3: Nahynzi iw Society, 4.
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VV XRNER, PEGGY ANN
Girls' League Council, 1: Junior Follies, 35 Girls' Sports.
1, 2, 3, Gym Show, 35 Glee Concerts. l, 2, 3. 4.
Ambition: To Be Happy and Successful
VVasliington, 13 Riverton. NVyoniing, 2, Girls' League Coun-
cil, 33 Usher Club, 3, Euclid Club. 33 English. 3, 4, Debate
Team, 3g National Forensic, 3, "Growing Pains." 35 Junior
Follies. 33 Madrigal Club. 3. 4. Secretary, 4: A. K, A., 4,
Treasurer, 4: Executive Council. 4: Student Body Secretary,
43 Gusher Staff, 4, Assistant Editor. 4, Annual Staff, 43
French Club, 3, Prom l'ommittee: 'tliejuvenation of Aunt
Mary." 4, Kiwanis Plays. 4: Tournament Drills. 4: National
Honor Society. 4: Acappella. 3: All-State Chorus, 3, Glec
Concerts, 3: Quill and Scroll, 4: "Smilinl Thru," 45 National
Thespians, 4, Senator Nye Committee, Ring Comniittee.
Junior Rotarian. 4: Senior Class President. 4: lnterscholastic
Debate. 1. Z. .lg National Forensic. 1, Z, 3. 4, President, 2, 3g
"im Club. 2. 3, 4. President. 4: Officers' Club. 3, 4. Pres-
ident. -4: Track Manager. Z: Connnissioned Utticer. 4: Xon-
tfomniissioned Officer. 2, Sz Class Basketball, 2: Pynx Club,
1, 2. 3: Kiwanis Plays. 2: Oratory, 2, Usher Club. l, 2:
Service Company. lg Chairman of Senior Ring Committee,
Junior Follies, l. 3: Executive Council. 41 Glee Concerts,
1. 2, SQ Goodwill Council, 3, Chairman of Senator Nyc
Hmllitionx Smoke Eater
Rock Springs, 1: Clee Concerts. 31 Junior- Follies. 35
Football, 3, 45 Track, 2. 33 Prom Committee, 3g "C" Club,
43 Non-Commissioned Officer, 3.
Class Basketball, 1, 2, F. li. A.. 2, 3, 4. Treasurer. 2. 3.
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Before the fall round-up of 1935, over three hundred young cowhands applied for positions
as "Civics-busters," 'fAlgebra-riders," and "English-branders" at the Natrona County Home
Ranch. Although their slightly "grassy" appearance somewhat belied their fitness for such
important tasks, the "straw-bosses," otherwise known as the teachers, allowed them to stay for
a four-year trial, provided they could endure the "hardening process" instituted by the Senior
cowhands. To preserve order in their newly-organized ranks, the 'ttenderfeetu elected eight
"top hands": Arthur Rutherford, Mabel Ayres, Carol Barto, Jack Spaulding, James VVaygood,
Beryl Mitchell and Mary Donovan, and sponsor, Miss Hemry.
In the early fall the older cowgirls took the new "green horns" to the Co-Ed ball, and later
all of the Freshmen proclaimed themselves full-fledged "cowhands" after the Kid Party.
The Freshmen year, then, was full of both pleasures and torments provided by the Seniors,
but the newly-declared "hands" entered their second year with an independent spirit, deter-
mined to make names for themselves on the annals of the old Home Ranch, and to show how
earnestly they entered this important strata, "bosses" were elected the first week after coming
in off the range. They were: Wanda Pickens, Harold Riggins, Ray Leonard, James Speas, Beryl
Mitchell, and Shirley Middleton, and sponsors, Miss Healy and Mr. Corbett. Their activities
included an assembly in the form of an amateur hour and a "VVashington Fling" in the old
to the un
l where the Ushootin' irons" are kept. Now they were a familiar, but unwelcome sight
experienced t'Freshies," in the halls of the ranch house.
This year, as Juniors, the now thoroughly-learned Htop-hands" decided to elect all cowboys
as their leaders. The results were: Chief 'tbossf' Ray Leonard, assistant "boss," Glen Harvey,
"pen-pusher," james Wright,-later, lylabel Ayres was appointed to take james VVright's place
when he left the ranch for another outfit-"cash-wrangler," VValter Bentley, "rep." to the
Big' Bosses' Council, Lee Miner and John Hancock, and "strawbosses," Mr. Candeleria, Miss
Griggs, and Miss Bignell. Nevertheless, the junior eowgirls lent a lot of support, and the class
put on a "rip-snortingl' Follies and an equally entertaining junior Prom.
In fact, the Juniors have become a class which can take the place of the illustrious Seniors
in an admirable fashion, having already given most of the athletes in "pig-skin busting,"
"Corral ball," and "Cinder stampedingu, seventeen members in the National Honorary Society,
and have held the record for "CU pin awards in the art of "hook-wranglingfl
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The yearlings of N. C. H. S. had a good year for the feed was fine here at the
home ranch. As a. result, some oustanding "ranch hands" turned up which are on the
Way to "bossing" the whole ranch in a couple of years. Klary Shaw and Ruth Joy
Hopkins were still the head Uhog callers" and they did a mighty good job of it too.
Cook, not only was foreman, but assisted by Scott, A. G. Noel, and llf'IacNamara
helped rope in all the Hheadsn around except the Broncs from Sheridan County. Scott
also proved himself as a 'fcow punchern by his excellent Hballdozingn at the tourna-
ment roundup. Bill Jones is one of the best when it comes to riding herd, which he
demonstrated at the spring roundup, and Harold Healy from our "Corral" can "throw
the bull' as well as anyone else on the ranch, or any other ranch around these parts,
for that matter. The Sophomore herd is growing fast and they're going to be mighty
strong riders by the time theylre ready to be shipped from the ranch.
The 1937 JVIustang
Anderson, Helen Dorothy
Asbell, Frances Ellen
Brown, Lois Jean
Bush, Frankie Mae
Butters, Jean Qmid-yearj
SOPHOMORE CLASS CGIRL
Casteel, Mary Jane
Clarida, Virginia Lett
Colver, Vera fmicl-yearj
Crater, Mary Lou
Davidson, Mary jane
Davis, Dixie Lee
Davis, Nellie Ann
De Lapp, Lorraine
Doing, Betty Ann
Ewald, Sara jane
Harrison, Donna Fern
H ays, Helen
Helm rick, M a ry Louise
llerbert, Ma rie
Herlue rt, Helen Grace
Hoffmann, Lila Mae
Hopkins, Ruth Joy
Koontz, La Marge
Krieger, Ruth fmid-y
Mester, Fannie Cmid-year
Metz, Kathleen fmid-year
Miller, Margaret L.
Mills, Margaret Cmid-yearj
Mothersead, Phyllis fmid-yearj
Parker, Betty Qmid-yearj
Perales, Stella Mae
Perrin, Ida Lee
Adcock, Ross fmid-yearj
Biglin, Gene Qmid-yearj
Clausen, Bjourn fmid-yearj
Cobb, William B.
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Probst, Mary Rose
Redburn, Ruth Qmid-yearj
Goldner, Clyde fmid-yearj
Jones, William C.
Jones, VVilliam E. fmid-yearj
Kimball, Bob fmid-yearj
Stine, Marion Qmid-yearj
Taylorn, Nellie Angeline
Laferty, Donald James
Miller, Donald L.
Morgan, James Cmid-yearj
Nickerson, Warren G.
Noel, A. G.
Pile, Kenneth fmid-yearJ
Thomas, Helen fmid-yearj
Trowe, Janet Qmid-yearj
Turner, Ruth fmid-yearj
Watson, Betty Jean
Weaver, Wanda Mae
VVork, Lola Jane
Resse, Franklin Cmid-yearj
Smith, Erving Lee
Sutton, Richard Cmid-yearj
Wagoner, Jim fmid-yearj
Watson, Bill fmid-yearJ
Williams, Howard fmid-year
Woodhouse, Robert L.
York, Claude fmid-yearj
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On the eighth of September a newly acquired herd of dudes were driven into the
corral of the home ranch, N. C. H. S. 'lihe top hands, the Seniors, spent a week trying
to Hbreaku us, but finally they came down from their 'thigh horsesn and entertained us
with true western hospitality at the Kid Party.
After being taken into camp, roped, and branded in the form of initiation, we were
1'eady to "hit the trail" with the other hands. VVhile we have yet to master the art of
riding a bucking broncho, we have learned the trick of hog-tying English without
The experienced cowgirl Seniors turned cowboys and put us yearlings through the
paces of the modern 'Asquare dance" at the Co-Ed ball. There was truly a "hot time
in the old townu that night.
Our "top bossesu for the year were llliss Edna lllae Healy and Nlr. Darrel Hath-
away, while our head wrangler was Victor Niethammer. Earl Ray was assistant wran-
glerg Jim Fuller, hog caller, and LaVonne Perry, paymaster. Klary Work answered
roll for the yearlin's at the Executive Council, and Ann Sedar and Leslie Smith spun
the yarns of the K'Green Ranchoy' at the Girls, League Council.
Although new at the job, we were quick to learn the ways of the uoutlity' and
proved that we were no longer greenhorns hy bringing home more HC" pins than any
other class. At the spring roundup for basketball season, three of our class, Burien
Hliugsy' Perales, Jack Clark ,and Floyd Volker displayed a new "brand of ability."
Some of our members that are on the debate team preserved that old dude char-
acteristic of arguing. Those included were: Charles Ayres, Deane Bottoms, Vincent
lllulvaney, James Burke, and Joe hlinihan.
We want to publish to the home ranch that we, the Freshmen, are undiscouraged,
invincible, and still unconquered at the end of one year of hard Htrail riding" and
we're sure that some day, as Htop hands" we'll be able to turn out some hne Hhossesu
from the hlustang corral of the old home ranch N. Ci. H. S.
The 1937 Zklustang
Auflick, Rhoda L.
Barry, Mary Helen
Bechtel, Lucy Ruth
Bennett, Naomi June
Berry, Ruth Alice
The 1937 Mustang
FRESHMAN CLASS CGIRLSD
Derrick, Betty Ann
Dodge, Betty Jean
Fields, Martha Jean
Greene, Ma ry Monica
Hook, Jean Ann
jones, Betty jo
jones, Elizabeth Ann
Line, Doris Ann
McDonald, Louise A.
David, Mary Ella
Carpenter, Robert E.
Murphy, Lois Ruth
Nelson, Mary Elizabeth
Nolan, Mary Lee
Peyton, Mary Jane
Sauter, Betty Lou
Simmons, Mary Alyce
Smith, Ruth B.
Swanton, Mary Ellen
MID-YEAR FRESHMAN CLASS CGIRLSD
Ellis, J. R.
Kistler, Louis VVilliam
McClea ry, Bryant
Mae, Curtis G.
Minneham, Joseph Leo
Newman, Leo Burkett
Park, Albert R.
Ray, Earl Lee,Jr.
Tope, Mary Louise
White, Chrystal P.
Schulte, Robert John
Stephens, Bobby A'
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- JESSIE REASONER
- - NORNIAN RYAN
- ICRN EST VVILKERSON
- HELEN NIETHAMIVIER
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- - JANET 'FROWIE
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,Makeup lifliforx - ------- JACK BARTRAN1, BERLIN BOYD
Typisls ---- QUliS'1'A SMITH, ANGIE B. IJELINIONT, HELIEN BIARQUARDT
Reporferx - KATHLEEN SEANIANS, BETTY STARK, PAUL AI.-XNLIEY, XIIRGINHX RIARKS,
PRISCILLA PA'1"I'I5RSON, RIARY IJONOVAN, RUTII ANN JACOBSON, .ANNIE COVIZRT
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C'il'I'1lIIIIi0II Aflllllllgfl' - - - HELEN KIEISER
R liditorial - - ----- KIISS RUTH PETTIOREW
liusinm- - - NIR. LESTER BROOKIIART
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Sponsor - - - Bllss IJOROTH EA l3rc:Nf5L1,
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Presiflml - - - HELEN NIETHAMMER
Vive-Presizlmf - - SHIRLEY RI1DDLE'1'oN
Sl'l'I'FfllI'j' - - - - - JANE BON
Treasurer - - - HELEN WIENTZEL
Sjwmm- - - Bliss BEULAH BAYLIQSS
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Editor - - - DONALD SANDIDGE
Business 1?l'llllIIlyI'f - - PRESTON HAYES
Cirvzzlafion Jlanayer - ---- - PATRICIA CLARK
Organization Edifors - - IJnR0'r1iY Roman AND JACK LAMB
Jr! lfdilor - - - ---- RIILDRED BRANDON I
Sponsor - - Miss ICATHLICEN HENRY
The 1937MusIar1g lS1l
Evans. Finclley. Smith, Enprlzind, McBride. VVm'k. Perry, Tobin. 'Dallason
Serlar, Tomlin, Mackay, Clare. jones, lfritchell, Nelson, Schrycr
Shaw. Benham, Johnson, Cunningham, Stout. Holstcin, Brophy, French, Bottoms, Gordon, Giinther
Layman. Richardson, l'le-veland. Lchre. Tope, XYilking. Norman, Vllhcelcr. Yvhite. Menke. Swanton
Bcchtel KRD, Mnlvaney, Bruce, Auflick, Kelly, Xiethammer, Pratt, Jenkins, Emery, Baker, Bc-chte1QI.D
President - - - MARIAN WORK
1'irf-Presidenz - - YVALLY ENGLAND
Sffrftary-Trerzxllrer - - LAVONNE PERRY
Sponsor - - - - lVIISS RUBY lVICBRIDE
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O'l!x'icn. liyclmznl, llencll. BTCKR, NYay,guor1. Keegan. jacquot, Ropvr, Schillc-rc-ff. NiL'lhZlIN1llCl'. Tullcy
.NI8CUlllJ1'iC. Pzlym-. Renton. Osncss. Stroll:-r. Rrzuulml. Lintz. Jonas HU, Koontz. Nlillmrn. Bczxll
Schwartz. fm1esff'T, He-rhert. Tackett, Ilrmum, Ilwllinlny. Kelly. Tznlperf. Ruse, XVL'zn'c1'. llay
Presidenf - - - BETTYJEAN XVATSON
lvifl'-IJ7'l'Si1l!'IIl - - - AIARJORIE KIANORGAN
Srrnflary-Trmmrfv - - Blu, VVHHRLI AND AR'1'IIL'R HliISIiIl
Sponsor IXI1ss AIARGARIVI' SHIDLIQR
The 1957 11IuJlany
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Johnson. McKinsey, Peach, Logsflon, Valdez, Penney. Risslcr, B1cClcary, Santo. Marks
Hassell, Stark, Heznly, Smith, Coates, Schillercff, Crowley, Pitts, Potter, Propp
Isham, Phelps, Dyson, Dilso, Sands, Knapp, Bass. Loscy, Evans, Hooper, Lamb
President - - - JULITO BEGONIA
Vice-President - - HowARD HEADY, RUTH CHURCHWELL
Secretary - - --------- BETTY C0014
Treasurer - - - WYoMA IXICKENDRY
Sponsor - MR. RIARTIN CANDELARIA
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Haines, Schoenwald, Dame. Boyd, Cunkling, Carpenter
Hollis. Hcall LFLJ, Hayvs. Shutts, Sauter, Rll1llCl'fU1'li, Tallvy. Puttensull
Ryan. Hucina. Frerichs, Anderson. Santo, Pm-ttingill, McKsndry. Gibbs
Dyson, Bull IPF, Buss. llcmly, Linnb, Jun-r1d:Al1YiL'toxl, ,I-wemial fYi1'gi1l, Brznniml, lfullcr, I"m'3x11ux
President - - BERLIN BOYD
Vire-Presiflent - BILLY CoNK1.xNc:
Sefrfftzlry-Trfflszzrffr - - - RAY IJANTF
Sponsor ---- - TXIISS RUTH HO.-KG
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President - - RIARJORIE LUKROFKA
Swretary-7'1w1.v1u-rr -------- JIZSSIIZ REIXSON ICR
Spmzsors - - Kfiss ELHANOR GAY AND Miss Zrz1.1.,x CIARNICR
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llilsu, l'1u'1z-1, Sumlryx, Hiuw. Hixguml. l'1ul:-54x'utT, llmllins. Pl'-:lui
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Sfmzzmr - - - - Rlxss CQRACE SLIND
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l'rmh-Q. Vurtwrighl, Nm-1, Harvey, Spivrr. XYilkinw, Butlvr, li:-xnlvy
l,I'1'.S'il1l'l1l - - ERNES1' VVILKERSON
I'il't'-lJf!'SiIl6'IIf - RIIELVIN BEDs,xL'l,
Swrefary-Trwmzrer ------ CIEORGIZ NIETHANI MER
Spnnwrs - - COACH ALVA STR.-XXV AND NIR. CELEN RUCKHR
The 1937 fllustang
Third row: Beal, Schryer, Perkins, Brattis, Prewitt, Bush, Bauer, Burwell COD, Evans
Second row: Burwell KD, Schulte, Hendrickson, Harvey, Boyd, Swanton, Aeilts, Emery
First row: Fuller, Durham, VVilkerson, Conkling, Parker, Ryan, Galles
President - - - VVILLIAM CONKLING, ERNEST YVILKERSON
Vive-President ---------- WILSON EMERY
Sfffretary- Treasurer - ---- GILBERT GALLES
Sponsor - - - - MAJOR VINCENT S. BURTON
The Officers' Club, composed of all commissioned officers and
the drum major, was first organized this year under the leader-
ship of Ernest Wilkerson. William Conkling succeeded Ernest
after William was promoted to Cadet lVIajor.
The outstanding achievement of the club was the annual
lllilitary Ball. The ball was one of the most successful ever
given, due to the untiring efforts of the sponsors and the ofhcers
of the battalion.
The evening of Field Day, the oflicers held a banquet to com-
memorate the most important day of their high school military
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Third row: lllorgan, Allison, XNYEYHIEIQ Bailey, Reed
Second row: Hooper, llimniick. Vllelsh. XYillizIIIIs, iqolvin
First row: livuxis, lloyd, Coukling, Simmons. Bauer. fialles. Bc-eson
Capmin - - WILLIAM R. CoNKLINo
AIIIIIIIHPF - ------ CHARI.lE M. BAUIQR
Team Cnafh - SERGIEANT LINDLEY G. S1MMoNs, D.E.M.L.
The work of the rifle team differs materially from other
school sports. Long and arduous hours of practice are required
and the inspiration of cheering sections and personal contact
with opponents is entirely absent. The team has fired twelve
matches during the season, including one with the French Clubs
Robert R. Evans won high individual scoring honors. lllem-
bers placing in five or more matches were awarded medals on
We wish to thank every member of the team and the coach
for their sincere efforts and loyal support.
CHARLIIQ M. BAUER.
The 1937 flluslang
QUILL AND SCROLL
By Miss PIQTTIGREW
Quill and Scroll, international society for high school journalists, organized in
1926, includes over 900 chapters. The aim of the organization is the rewarding and
encouraging of individual achievement in journalism and allied fields.
The Casper chapter was established hlarch 10, 1929. The following general re-
quirements govern admission of members: candidates must be upper classmen, they
must rank in the upper third of their class in scholastic standing, they must have done
superior work in writing, editing, or business management, and they must be approved
by the national secretary-treasurer. An added local requirement is that candidates must
have had published at least 100 inches of material.
hlembership for 1936-37 includes the following: Norman Ryan, editor of Gusher,
Helen Wentzel, assistant editor, Jack Bartram, make-up editor, Sybil Johnson, editor
of Annual, Berlin Boyd, headline writer, Hubert Ojala, business manager, Ernest
Wilkerson, editorial writer, lklildred lX1ason and Helen Keiser, society editors, Pris-
cilla Patterson, columnist, Elizabeth Cooke, feature writer, Paul Manly, copy reader,
Warren Perkins, sports writer, Kathleen Seamans, exchange editor, Angie B. Deli-
mont, columnist, Emerson Duncan and Ann Covert, reporters.
In national Quill and Scroll contests conducted this year, N. C. H. S. has received
high rating. Berlin Boyd received a gold key for placing second among national win-
ners in headline writing. Honors have also been won by the following: Norman Ryan,
copy reading, Ernest Wilkerson, editorial writing and current events, Priscilla Pat-
terson, sports writing, and Paul lllanly, feature writing. Reports from the last contest
had not been received when this article was written.
By JACK BARTRAM and BERLIN BOYD
The Radio Club is a new organization in N. C. H. S. It was formed in November,
under the sponsorship of hir. Frederic Hufsmith of KDFN, and presented its first
broadcast January S, 1937. The club was formed for those students interested in the
production of radio programs, and has been concerned only with production work.
The club has been organized under two student directors, Jack Bartram and Harold
Healy, who have had charge of all broadcasts. The chief of the announcing staff was
Berlin Boyd, who was assisted by Sybil Johnson, John Carlson, and Arthur Heiser.
The talent for the programs was taken from the student body. '
Among the outstanding programs presented during the year were: several variety
shows, broadcasts by the Glee Club and Band, teasers for "Aunt Mary" and USmilin'
Thru," music from the lklilitary Ball, two special broadcasts from the music festival,
and the weeky xylophone programs by Jack and Harold. All in all, the club presented
approximately twenty-five broadcasts.
The advisors for the club were members of the KDFN staff, who also handled all
technical details. The radio time used by the club was donated by the station.
Plans for next year's activities include a much more comprehensive program, and
opportunities for larger numbers of students to participate.
92 The 1937 Mustang
NATIONAL FORENSIC SOCIETY
By DOROTHY Roman
RESOLVED: "That all electric utilities should be governmentally owned and operated," was the
National Forensic question for debate this year. It has been alternately attacked and defended by
the Casper debate teams in some forty-five debates in VVyoming, Colorado, and Nebraska. Two
thousand, seven hundred and seventy miles have been traveled to the Pi Kappa Delta Tournament
at Denver, Colorado, the Pi Kappa Delta Tournament at Greeley, Colorado, the Tri-State
Tournament at Chadron, Nebraska, the State Tournament at Laramieg and various minor debates
at Sheridan, Buffalo, and Douglas.
The first debate held at Chadron opened the season for the N. C. H. S. debaters. Two teams,
consisting of Lois Sandidge, llflary Donovan, Julia Bowman, and Harold Healy, were sent from
Casper for two days of debating, in which they lost to Rapid City and VVinner, South Dakota,
and gained a favorable decision from Gering and Bayard, Nebraska.
Following this tournament, two were held in Denver and Greeley, Colorado. In the tourna-
ment at Greeley the Casper team lost to a negative Scottsbluff team in the quarter-finals, after
having defeated three out of four opposing teams.
At the State Debate Tournament at Laramie, the Casper team, consisting of Dorothy Roper
and Julia Bowman, won from Rock Springs, Guernsey, and Star Valley, and received unfavorable
decisions from Sheridan and Cheyenne. '
The debates at Douglas, in which all fourteen members of the debate squad participated, netted
Casper seven victories out of twelve. The team also defeated the Gillette debaters and the Sheridan
debaters earlier in the year.
Although the N. C. H. S. debate squad has not made a remarkably outstanding record this
year, in actual debating, it has built a solid foundation for future debating, under the able leader-
ship of Miss Frances Feris. All of the fourteen members have earned their debate f'C's"g eight
new members have been added to the Casper chapter of the National Forensic Society, including
both Freshmen and Upperclassmen, and an added interest has been stimulated in this held.
AUTO MECHANlC'S DEPARTMENT
By NIERCER NI5I.SON
The purpose of this department in Natrona County High School is to acquaint students with
the fundamental and basic principles of the modern automobile, its operation and repair.
In addition to automotive repairs, oxy-acetylene welding, radiator, and battery service, instruc-
tions were given with experience to give students a chance to specialize in any of the above types
During the school term many motion pictures were shown by local garages and manufacturers
of automobile supplies to further acquaint the pupils with the newer developments in the automo-
Also much was achieved in the art of testing, repairing, and adjusting various units of the car.
In the one hour of classroom instruction details and drawings were given to be used as future
reference. In the two hours of shop every day these instructions were followed, and practical
experience was given.
Mfany devices for testing and other purposes were constructed by the classes under the instruc-
tion of lllr. R. C. Bible. The main one is a 'device to illustrate ignition timing by the use of a
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DIED MAY 13 1937
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DIED MAY 17, 1937
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COACH I NG
Shortly after the conclusion of the hrst semester of the
1936-37 school term, the man to whom the Natrona County
High School athletic department owes its success in the past six
years, Coach E. Alva Straw, resigned his position. His place
was very ably taken for the remainder of the term by George
Cook, assistant coach. Filling his place next year will be C. H.
"Okie" Blanchard, present coach of the Rock Springs High
Straw came to Casper in the autumn of 1931, after coaching
in hlontana schools, to replace Dean llflickelwait as head of the
N. C. H. S. athletic department. He developed championship
track squads in 1933, 1934, and 1936, and runners-up in 1932
and 1935. On the gridiron, he produced a state title-holder in
1933 and a runner-up in 1936.
His popularity with the student body of the school indicates
that his successor will have more than just a coaching position
to fill-a place in the hearts of the students as well.
The 1937 Muslang
W. COOK - - Ifalfback
R. LEONARD - - Halfback
C. GNDLER - Quarterbafle
RI. REDSAUL - - - Fullbavk
J. HANCOCK - - - Right End
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Fourth row: Bowiiian, Schwartz, Eshelman. NYrir.1ht. Sanders. Kirkpatrick. VVilkins. Nlize. Scott KR!
Third row: Swinpgle. Kuhn. O'I"arrelI. Sears. King. Kimball. Landers. l'urry. Riley. Spauhling,
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Second ron : Adamson. Mgr.: Noel. Vaseholt. Sc-utr IIA. Nlcxamara. Cook. lh'l11ll'3'- HH1'VP3'- 5li111'l'.
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SCORES OF THE ELEVEN GAMES Ol" THE SEASON
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Compiling a total of 156 points to 40 for opponents in the eleven football games
of the season of 1936, a green, inexperienced squad of lllustang gridsters surprised and
delighted Natrona County High School and the city of Casper by fighting through a
hard season, bowing in defeat only once-then in the state championship game.
The backbone of Coach E. Alva Straw's grid machine, which was composed almost
entirely of underclassmen, was four lettermen back from the squad of the preceding
season-lllelvin Bedsaul, captain and fullback, Tom O'Donnell, center, Cloyd
Ondler, halfbackg and Francis Rissler, tackle.
Around these veterans Coach Straw built a light, though sturdy, line and a depend-
able, but not flashy or sensational, backheld. Three Mustangs were named on all-state
selections, Bedsaul, O'Donnell, and John Hancock, end. Seven of the regulars from
this year's eleven will return to play for N. C. H. S. next season.
BRIEF OF THE SEASON'S GAMES
On September 18, a ragged, inexperienced lllustang team met a powerful eleven
from Billings, hlontana, which threatened to more than avenge its defeat of the
season before. Casper, inspired, perhaps, by the fact that it was playing on its home
field, held its opponent to a scoreless tie. .
Keeping their slate clean and rapidly acquiring precision and polish, the Mustangs
blanked, one after the other, llflidwest, 31-Og Buffalo, 15-Og and Alliance, Nebraska,
13-0, in the three succeeding weeks.
CHEYENNE, OCTOBER 17 AND NOVEMBER 14
The Cheyenne Indians came to Casper on October 17 to battle their traditional
foes, the lVIustangs, Cheyenne played its old game of "punt and dig in," trying to
tire Casper out, and waiting, at the same time, for "the breaks." The game ended a
scoreless tie which Coach Powell of Cheyenne, handicapped by the fact that Cook, his
triple-threat quarterback, was disqualified during the game, refused to play off in an
extra period. This made another game necessary.
Powell would have been wise to play off the tie after the first game, for in the
second, November 14, the Indians were outrun, outkicked, and outpassed to the tune
of 26-0. An intercepted pass by Niethammer paved the way for an end run score by
Ondler. Cook skirted end, Bedsaul plunged through the line, and Leonard completed
a pass from Cook for the other counters.
LARAMIE, OCTOBER 24
In the early periods of the game at Laramie, the Plainsmen demonstrated their
customary skill in handling the oval basketball-fashion. An eleven-man forward-lateral
passing attack worried the lllustangs until the second half when they seemed to learn
to cope with it. Casper's first score ended a long drive in the first quarter. In the
final period, Bedsaul, who scored 20 points in the game, bucked the line once and
circled his end another time for touchdowns. Ondler completed the 28-0 count by
running 82 yards with an intercepted pass.
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LEAD, OCTOBER 30
The season's home thriller saw Casper manage to eke out a 19-13 victory over the
first team to score on it, Lead, South Dakota. Ondler of Casper drew first blood in
the second quarter, but only a brilliant final period rally permitted the lVIustangs to
overcome Lead's 13-6 margin. In the last quarter, Casper opened its bag of tricks and
deceptively took to the air for Cook to complete a scoring pass and make the tally
13-12. Completion of two long passes and a referee's decision of interference by a
Lead player with a Casper pass receiver paved a path for Bedsaul's winning touchdown.
ROCK SPRINGS, NOVEMBER 21
By virtue of their decisive defeat of the Cheyenne Indians, the Mustangs earned
the right to meet the Rock Springs Tigers, last year's state champs, for the title of
the southern half of the state. The Tiger powerhouse scored first, but Leonard soon
evened the count at 6-6, concluding a passing advance by plunging through center.
Cook, on the first play of the second half, sliced off tackle and cut back for 80 yards
to give his teammates a 12-6 lead. Ondler cut off tackle to raise Casper's points by
six more, and Leonard scored on a pass from Cook. The final Rock Springs touch-
down followed a deceptive forward-lateral series of passes down the length of the
field. Final score-Casper, 243 Rock Springs, 13.
SHERIDAN, ARMISTICE DAY AND
The Sheridan Broncs, like the lylustangs, started the season with a green team,
but unlike the Mfustangs, before they hit their stride, they met several reverses, one at
the hands of Cheyenne. Because of this, Casper was generally favored to defeat the
Broncs in the annual Armistice Day title, this year in Sheridan. Endicott, Bronc
triple-threat ace, led not only in blasting Casper's confidence, but in pressing the
lllustang defense. Twice, at the ends of the halves, it seemed as if the gun robbed
the Broncs of hard-earned scores. The game was Casper's third scoreless tie.
On Thanksgiving Day the lllustangs again traveled north--this time for the state
championship tilt. Because of their excellent showing against the Indians and the
Tigers, the lllustangs had hopes of upsetting the brilliant passing and running attack
previously 'displayed by the Broncs. But they were at a great disadvantage, hardly
any team, whatever its stamina, can be expected to play championship ball for its
fourth game in two weeks.
A pass from Endicott to Thomas in the second period scored for the northerners.
The second Hronc counter was made on a long toss from Endicott to Gwinn. The
tired Mustangs made a desperate attempt to score in the final minutes of play, when
Bedsaul completed a 62-yard pass to Scott. Casper then pushed the pigskin to the
one-foot line, where Sheridan's Endicott intercepted a pass from Cook and ran it to
safety. Final score-Sheridan, 14g Casper, 0.
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The Casper lwustangs concluded one of the longest and most strenuous
seasons of their basketball history with sixteen wins and nine losses-a re-
markable record in view of the fact that the season was started with green
material and that a change of coaches in mid-season was necessitated by the
resignation of E. Alva Straw.
Through a successful season of scheduled games with VVyoming schools,
the lllustangs raked together 619 points to 481 for their opponents.
Only one regular from the preceding season returned, George Niet-
hammer, who was named captain of the squad. About him was built a
fast, though inexperienced and inconsistent team.
hfajor letters for the 1937 season were awarded George Niethammer,
captain, Burien Perales, Ray Leonard, Ray Frandsen, John Hills, Jack
Clark, John Hancock, Frank Schulte, A. G. Noel, Bill lXIcNamara, Floyd
Volker, and Leonard Scott. Numerals went to Jim VVaygood, Blelvin
Floth, George Bowman, Victor Niethammer, Gene LaVelle, Bob Locke,
Tom Roberts, Curtis Foster, and Rudy Toman. Billy Jones, manager,
earned a major letter.
Casper triumphed three times in the district basketball tournament at
Torrington in the first week of lNTarch to win the district title and the
right to play in the state tournament in Casper. In their first game, the
lllustangs won from hlanville, 37-93 then from Sunrise, 20-17g and finally
from Glenrock, 21-ll. Glenrock and Torrington placed second and third,
respectively, also to win places in the state tourney.
A post-season tilt was played with the high school quint from Lodge-
grass, lXIontana, the week before the state tournament. The Lodgegrass
team, on which were four Indians, had the polish of a professional quint.
The Indians displayed a dazzling skill of ball-handling which carried them
to an easy 27-I2 victory over the Casperites.
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STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
The state-wide disappointment in 1936 because of the cancellation of
the state basketball tournament, due to an epidemic of disease sweeping the
state at the time, was more than reconciled by the 1937 tournament, the
most successful and most satisfactory yet conducted. Record crowds made
their way into the gymnasium to see every one of the sessions, starting on
the afternoon of Wednesday, lllarch 17, and ending on Saturday night,
The first game in the tournament brackets was the big upset of the
tourney-the favorite team, Cheyenne, was dropped into the consolation
bracket by Rawlins.
After downing the lndians, the Outlaws pocketed another victory, this
time over Torrington, and marched into the semi-finals. There, however,
they met the Rock Springs Tigers, defending champions, and were 'dropped
into a lower bracket. Cheyenne won all its remaining games to take fifth
place, while Rawlins lost its last tilt to fall to sixth.
Rock Springs had very little difficulty in retaining its crown. Hillsdale,
Greybull, Rawlins, and Evanston, one after the other, all fell easy prey to
the well-oiled Tiger machine. The final game with Evanston resulted in
a 4-5-29 win.
Casper drew a favorable position in the brackets. Cowley fell beneath
the lNIustang hoofs in the first round, but in the second round, the Blus-
tangs were forced to bow to Evanston. The Casperites won their remaining
two games, with Kemmerer and Greybull, by close scores and took fourth
place. Fourth place is the best that Casper has done since 1932, when it
held that rank. The lWustangs placed sixth and seventh in 1933 and 1934,
and failed to place in 1935.
Teams of the tourney placed as follows: Rock Springs, firstg Evanston,
second, Lovell, thirdg Casper, fourth, Cheyenne, fifth, Rawlins, sixthg
Greybull, seventh, and Laramie, eighth. Participating teams not mentioned
before were Sheridan, Glenrock, Sundance, Gillette, and Basin.
The all-tournament team, selected by tourney officials and the coaches
of the participating teams, included, in the forward positions, Pearson,
Lovell, lllarshall, Evanston, and Jernigan, Rawlins. Centers-Brown,
Cheyenne, and Perkovich, Rock Springs. Guards-Strannigan funanimous
choicej, Rock Springsg Rothman, Cheyenne, and Smith, Kemmerer.
Utility-Wentworth, Rawlins. Leonard, Casper guard, received honorable
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Five track lettermen, at the call for track, lwarch, 1936, reported to lead an athletic
crusade to re-establish and maintain that high position which Natrona County High
School track teams have always held . . . re-establish because in the preceding year,
for the first time in many years, Casper had to content itself with second place in the
State meet. Those lettermen were Carl Voyen, John Thomas, Don Allison, lklelvin
Bedsaul, and Thad Walker. A
The crusade was successful: both on the track and in the Held, the Mustangs, in
the state meet lWay 16, proved their athletic superiority, scoring a total of 842 points,
almost double the tally of the runnerup, Rock Springs, with 44 points. Cheyenne was
a close third with 435 points.
Though the Casperites won only two first places and tied for first another time,
they placed in all events except the mile and half-mile runs. lNIustangs placing were:
120-yard high hurdles-Allison, first, Thomas, third, and Niethammer, fifth. Two
hundred-yard low hurdles-Niethammer, first, Allison, second, Cameron, fifth. High
jump-Bedsaul, tied first, Hancock, third.
One hundred-yard dash-Trollope, fourth, Walker, fifth. Four hundred forty-
yard dash-Trollope, second, hfliller, fifth. Two hundred twentyeyard dash-Walker,
second. Shot put-Voyen, second, Bedsaul, third. Pole vault-Hancock and Romine,
tied third and fourth. Javelin-Bedsaul, third, Trollope, fourth. Broad jump-
Voyen, third, Dunigan, fourth. Discus-Voyen, second. Half-mile relay-Casper
team of Harry and Hugh Trollope, Dunigan, and Walker, first.
Qualifying a large squad for the state contests, the hiustangs easily retained their
district crown in Douglas the week before the state meet. Casper stole far more than
its share of the points to completely swamp all district opponents.
The first meet of the season was in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, where Casper participated
in the annual Scottsbluff relays. The hlustangs finished in second place, trailing behind
llitchell, Nebraska, 12 points. Casper's star in the event was Voyen, who won first
in both shot put and discus. Casper captured second place in five of the relays, third
in the 880-yard relay, and fourth in the two-mile relay.
In a dual meet April 26, Casper triumphed over Riverton at Riverton with a
512-point margin. Casper won eleven first places in the fourteen events. Lander,
also invited to the meet, did not send a squad because of threatening weather.
The lklustangs opened their 1937 track season by repeating their performance of
the previous year-second place in the annual Scottsbluff relays April 17. And again
first place was taken by lklitchell, Nebraska. The two schools, Casper and lVIitchell,
battled for first until the final event, a relay, won by hlitchell, which put the Nebras-
kans in the lead with 632 points to 50 for Casper.
Individual star of the meet was John Hancock, Casper, who broke meet records
in the high jump and pole vault. His jump was 5 feet, 9M inches, and his pole vault,
11 feet, 4- inches. The lklustangs won one other first place, the 280-yard high hurdle
relay. Cameron, Hendrickson, Perkins, and Niethammer comprised the team.
Casper also placed third in the two-mile and 432-yard low hurdle relays, second
in the pole vault, second in the high jump, and second in discus and shot put events.
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ln the first annual Central VVyoming Relays, the only home meet of the season,
the Casper boys triumphed over Riverton and Douglas. A cold north wind discouraged
anything akin to approaching state records in any event. Thurston, of Riverton, was
high point man, with first places in discus, broad jump, 100-yard dash, 220-yard dash,
second place in the shot put, and a tie for third in the high jump.
Hancock starred for Casper in the field, winning the pole vault and the high jump,
Spicer won second Casper honors in the field with a first in the shot, and second in
the discus. Un the track, Casper placed in all events, with firsts in the l2O-yard high
hurdles, Niethammer, and in the three relays-880-yard, one mile, and one-mile medley.
Casper scored a total of 59 516 points, Riverton, 47 5,f6 points, and Douglas,
36 U3 points.
Other meets scheduled for the season were a night meet in Billings, lllontanag the
district meet in Douglas, and the state meet which will he held this year in Douglas
instead of in Casper, as in previous seasons.
The 1937 flluslang
"Pep rustlers" for this year, at the home ranch, have been
Rfary Shaw, Ruth Joy Hopkins, Jimmy Way'good, and Harold
Riggins. Of these four, Jimmy is the only "greenhorn," the
others having acted as oifticial "hog callers" last year.
These hands have proved to be effective "yell bosses," and
have branded us "cow pokes" with the desire to show our home
.At the state "round-up" held here, in hffarch, our Cheer
Wranglers really decked themselves out in fine feather to show
the dude visitors how our ranch hands look when they dress up.
The ability of these N. C. H. S. cowboys and "gals" to ride
the herd has helped our teams to "bring home the bacon" in a
true western style.
"All hail" for our "yell callers"!
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The Dramatic Department this year is one of the most outstanding
that N. C. H. S. has ever had. They have succeeded, with the help of
their capable director, Bliss Beulah Bayless, in putting on several of the
best plays ever presented in our auditorium. l'The Yankee King," annual
Thespian-A. K. A. production, was presented to a capacity house and the
leading roles were unusually well handled by Gladys Dyson and Homer
Each year the Kiwanis Club of Casper gives a prize for the most out-
standing one-act play, and the best actor. This time the coveted prize for
"best individual actori' was carried off by Neil Prewitt for his perform-
ance in the comedy "Women Folks." "VVomen Folks" was also judged
the best play. UGloria llfundifi story of an insane asylum, took second
place. The Senior class play last year entitled g'Ladies of the Juryn was
received with much enthusiasm by both the student body and the people
of the town. This year's Senior class play was entitled HSmilin' Through,"
and the leading parts were handled by Bubbles Cook and Bill Swanton.
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8-Open the big corral and 'flet 'er buck."
VVe're rarin' to go,
14-18-It took us old-timers, the Seniors, a
whole week to teach the greenhorn
Freshmen to stick in the saddle.
18-The Mustangs couldn't be "rid", just
ask the boys from Montana. Score, 0-0.
24-The tenderfeet came out to paint the
HC." The old boys wish you luck the
next four years.
8-The dudes and their "gals" were given
a chance to show their stuff in the old
dance hall-"come all ye young 'unsf'
17-VVe showed 'em Indians our Mustangs
can't be 'trodef' A fight to the finish.
9-13-All the Hcow-pokesn from the prairie
came in to get a little education cuz it's
National Education VVeek.
11-VVe hitched up our buck-boards on
Armistice day and made the trip to Sher-
idan to see the Mustangs fight the
Broncs, "neither got no-where." Score,
14-VVa-hoo! The Mustangs bucked them
Injun's for a 26-0 win to ,git the district
21-Tigers "ain't got no bisness" in the West
so the Mustangs kicked 'em back home,
24-13. This gives our boys control of
27-30-Go Ollt and git yerself a turkey, yn
got four days to do it in. VVhile yer at
it ya might as well spur yer horse for
Sheridan, where the Mustangs finally got
rid, but they're a tough bunch of mav-
8-Them dudes from the east turned out
to give us a big show. Here's to you,
juniors. lt was fine Work.
23-The foremen "run" us "cowpokes" and
"gals" out of the big corral for nigh on
to two weeks. QXmas vacation.J
29-The Mustangs got bulldogged by the
VVheatland Cagers to lose their first
game of the season, 23-IS.
29-Them that" lnjuns from Cheyenne 1'e-
venged their football defeat, by scalping
us lyfustangs 34-23.
5-The Senior Glee Club yodeled a few
tunes for us music lovers. Then came a
"dum" good dance in the gym, fur the
We lost our Mustang VVrangler3 he was
"shore" a good "fella," It made the boys
and "gals" feel kinda bad to lose a man
who had worked so hard and had done
so much for the school. fResignation of
All the hands turned out in their pressed
and polished up uniforms, with a beauti-
ful young "gal" on their arm, to the
twentieth annual Military Ball.
17-20-Fourth place was awarded the Mus-
tangs as the WVyoming State Basketball
Tournament came to a close. It was
topped off by the HC" Club boys. VVe
shore wanta congratulate the teams,
coaches, and every one who helped make
the tourney a success.
24-27-Agin we're outa the big corral, only
four moons this time. fEaster vacation.J
That thar' English Club put on a show
called, "The Rejuvenation of Aunt
Mary." They shore renewed the "ole
gal" in fine shape.
Them old-timers paraded around here
all morning in the worst lookin' ouhts
we ever seen. They shore musta had to
hunt to find all them clothes. QSenior
For the last show of the year the head
wranglers put on "Smilin' Thru." Never
knew they had such actors in that class.
The soldier boys showed their gals that
there's really "somethin, about a sol-
dierf' They sure could strut!
-The whole state come in off the range to
run each other around. Some of them
dudes could out-run a jackrabbit. CState
Track Meet at Douglas.j
-The three-year veterans threw a fare-
well party for the head wranglers.
Thanks, folks! VVe had lotsa fun! Uun-
-The head foreman give the old-timers a
workin' over. He tole 'em how to git
along in this old world after they've left
the big corral. QBaccalaureate.J
-Well, it's the last round-up for the old-
timers. They've got a lot of work to do
ahead of 'em and we shore do wish 'em
4--The big corral is closed for three
months. You 'fpokes" and "gals" kin get
out an straighten your stock up for next
winter. QSummer vacation.J
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FACTS REGARDING NATRONA CO. HIGH SCHOOL
Do you know fhat:
The estimated value of building and equipment is Sl,200,000?
The first high school graduating class consisted of two members and graduated
in 1898? In 1931, there were over two hundred in the graduation class.
In the cornerstone of the old high school building, there is an autographed photo-
graph of R. B. Hayes, President of United States, 1878?
The first high school in Casper was built in 1901 and was located at the present
Park School? Before this time, high school classes were taught in the grade
Present enrollment is the largest in school history?
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We came, we Hsawedn--still sawing.
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2. Kfore pals? S. Relative-ity.
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