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

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OTIS JOHNSON . g J . ft.. . ill pf' if j ftff"'i"fi ffi ' I 1 1 pf pf ,lldnzznz fmfmn . . 1 is ' I ivy. JW 1 'NA ' .K ii, G 4 1 f F 4' . .liiilgiif if ziigvi MR. DEAN C. MORGAN Superintendent Dean C. llflorgan, during his numerous years connected with the Natrona County school system, served as coach, principal, and is now serving in the position of superintendent of the Casper public schools. His many years' Work with high school students have enabled him to understand their 'many actions, and to reason intelligently with their ever-rising prob- lems. He is well known for his sincerity in promoting improvements in our educational facilities, and for his earnest supporting of all worthwhile school activities. His friendly atti- tude and pleasant greetings have won the affection of the entire student body. if i i Wppwnlffi-, K. In AJMJ gig? Nrbjf A f, 1, r 1 V - 1 . A1 . ,fill W3 1' i. K ,f . s l k 1 MR. S. K. WALSH Principal S. K. "Kelly" Walsli has formerly served as band leader and is in the present position of principal of our high school. It is often doubt- ful whether old N. Ci. H. S. could "tick" Without the earnest and correct guidance of this leader. He performs a job not easily done, and one envied by few. lt is he who must "lay down the law," say definitely "yes" or "no" to any matter or question, to determine what is best for the student, and to see' that the high school is run efficiently. It is he who deals out the penalties, and yet he does it so impartially that it is also he to whom the students turn as a friend for advice. His sense of right, and yet his unfailing good humor, have gained the respect and admiration of the student body under him. JESSIE MAE AGNEW' DANIEI. ANTHES FREDA BAILEY BEULAH BAYLESS Hfad of Jllusir History Hfad Nursr' English ROY BIBLE DOROTHEA BIONELI. JAMES BOND ADA BOVVMAN Vofational English X1ssistar1IPrin1'ijn1l Dum of Girls GRACE BOYLES OWEN BUNTINI: MARTIN CANOALERIA MARGARET COCHRAN Comnzfrrial Voralional Languagr Hfad of Homr Efonomifs ROSE ALICE COLLINS NEIIIE M. CONVY BLAINE COOLBAUGH WILLIAM CURRY Hssisiarrl Lillrarian Musir English SCT. LAVVRENCE DEMIISEY EDITH DORMAN FRANCIS FERIS CLARA FRANCIS GADBERRY Mililary Iblrznagrr' of Caffffria Ilr'm1ofEr1g11isl1 Englislz DOROTHY GARDNER ZELLA GARNER MAUDE CVREENWALD EMILY GRIGGS Languagf Vorational Atlzlvtic Languagn' DOLLY HAKIAN DARREI. HATHAWAY KATHLEEN HEMRY GVVENDOLYN HILI I1l'l1d0fSt'i1'7Il'1' Xlfhlvtirs English Englixll DUKE HIMEBAUGH E. HUGH HINDS EvE1,YN HORAN M11.DREn HORN Hfad of C0lfl7lll'I'l'il1I C0lIIIIIf'7'!'il1l Comm frrial Jwatlzrmatirs Ons JOHNSON NELL JONES WALTER KINGHAM HOMER LEE Srirnrz' Hfad of Matlzematifs Athletics Vofational X Ni if-XR L X LYNN ERLE NIILLER LT. COL. W. F. MULLINS L. B. PENLAND I'0lY1fi0lI1Il Jllilifary V0l'l1fi07Ill1 FERNE PETERJOHN RUTH PETTIGREYV G. V. PILE VIRGII. Y. RUSSELL Homf E1'0lIOIllil'.9' Englisll Truanl Ojfifrr Ilrad of Hixtory WALTER SAVAGE CONRAD ScHoLL JOSEPH SCHVVARTZ FRANK SCOTT Commrrrial Jllusic Hisfory Vomtional Coordinafor N N NINA SHAFFER MARGARET SHIDLER GRACE SLIND HARRY W. STEPHENSON Lilzrarian Languagr Ivlusic History GENEVA 'I'1TUs VVu.r.1E VJXNDIVER ALICE WALKER ROBERT VVILLIAMS xlxyislazzf Ayllffl' Srirmv' AI!1fl11'77l!1fil'J Sz'i1'm'r f. Y f , ' ' F ,A VI 1" f CQ I ' . J A , :fl ' l K V A A Q . ,-, X X7 A fy ' fl v A 9 '5J.,1!-7 IU Klasses Upper picture, left to right: Front row-Clymer. Mulvaney. Schonler. Speas, Castle, McNeil, Berquist, VVonderly, Scott. Sullivan. Hack rowe- Baker, MacManus, Bentley, Robertson, Mr. Kinghani, Healy, Bryan, Chapin, Ray. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President .... . . BILL BENTLEY Girls' Vice President . JEAN MARIE SPEAS Boys' Vice President . . DONALD CHAPIN Secretary . . DONALD RIACNIANUS Treasurer . . . RONALD SCHOOLER Sponsor . . MR. WALTER KINGHAM Upper picture, left to right: Front row-Purdy, Bishop, Daugherty, Lester, McNeil. ,Second row--Mulvaney, Giinther, Fores, Penland, Boyer, McCracken, Dunn. Crowe, Lintz, Mrs. Bowman. Back row+S-peas, Knittle, Burns, Lybeyer, O'Neil, Chapin. GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL President . . JEAN NIARIE SPIEAS Vice President . DOROTHY IJUNN Secretary . . . . JUNE LINTZ Treasurer . . . . JUNE BISHOP Executive Secretary . . DOROTHY CHAPIN Sponsor . . . . . MRS. ADA BOWMAN STUDENT BODY OFFICERS The Executive Council has been very active in student affairs this past year. lt has been sponsor of numerous pep assemblies and a big pep rally before the Sheridan football game. Among the outstanding activities spon- sored by the council were: the first homecoming in N. C. H. S., which is destined to become an annual affairg the barn dance in the gymg the cleanup campaigng the after-school dancesg and was instrumental in forming better student relations. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President . . . Dicx IYIULVANEY Vice President .... . JACK SXVANSON Representative to Council . . . ROB ROBERTSON Secretary-Treasuret' ............ GORDON SCHULTZ Sponsors . Miss CLARA FRANCIS GADBERY and MR. HARRY STEPHENSON FRANK ALEGRIA VAN ORDEN ALSTON Commissioned Officer, 45 Offi- cers' Club, 45 "Command Per- formance," 4g National Thes- pians, 3, 45 "What a Life," 3, Stage Door," 43 Kiwanis Plays, 3. DOROTHY ANDERSON Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Or- chestra, 2, 3, 45 Big Sisters, 4: Personality Club, 23 Jr. Euclid Club, 23 National Honor So- ciety, 3, 43 All-State Band, 2, 3: Festival Solo, 2, 35 Clinic Band, 1, 2, 3g Woodwind Quintette, 4. LAVONNE ATKINS TOMMY AYRES ROBERT BAILEY Excelsior H. C. L. A., Calif., 23 A. K. A., 4, "Stage Door," 43 "Command Performance," 4: Junior Follies, 3g Track, 33 Class Football, 3: Class Bas- ketball, 1, 3, Kangaroo Court, 43 Freshman Glee, 2. CHARLES THOMPSON BAKER Radio Guild, 43 Madrigal Club, 3, 45 Boys' Special Chorus, 3, 4: Boys' Glee-, 1. 2, 3. 43 Oili- cers' Club, 43 Cheerleader, 25 Color Bearer, 3: "Nutcracker Suite,'l 4, Student Rotarian, 43 Latin Club, 1. WlI,l.lAM S. BARBEE "C" Club, 43 Varsity Track, 3, 4: Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4g Class Track, 2, 3: Class Foot- ball, 3, 45 Literature Club, 33 Salt Lake City H. S., 15 jun- ior Follies, 35 Jr. Band, 25 Kangaroo Court, 4. DoRIs BARKER MARY ELIZABETH BARNES DICK BARTON Latin Club, 1, 2: Euclid Club, 2, 33 Radio Guild, 3, 49 A. K. A., 33 Best-Drilled Cadet, 3, 43 Junior Follies, 31 Gusher, 4, Annual Staif, '4, .55 Photog- raphy Club,"3, 43 "Frontier Studios, 5. CLIFFORD BEAN 17 JACK BEA'r'rxE Class Basketball, 4, Boys' Oc- tet, 4, Junior Follies, 3, 4, Madrigal Club, 3, 4, Boys' Special Glee, 3, 4, Sr. Glee, 3, 4. NORMA MARIE BECK Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 4, Junior Follies, 3. NAOMI BELRNAP English Club, 4, Big Sisters, 4, junior Follies, 3, Euclid Club, 1, 2, Latin Club, 1, 2, Debonair Club, 2, Glee Con- certs, 1, Z, Gym Show, 1, Kiwanis Plays, 4. KATHRYN BENELL Girls' League Council, 3, Eng- lish Club, 3, 4, Big Sister, 43 National Quill and Scroll, 43 Madrigal Club, 3, 4, All-State Chorus, 3, Junior Follies, 33 Gusher, 4, Latin Club, 1, 2, Jr. Euclid Club, 2. BiLL BENTLEY Freshman Class President, lg Sophomore Class President, 2, Junior Class President, 3, Stu- dent Body President, 4, Ex- ecutive Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, "C" Club, 3, 4, Officers' Club, 4, Boys' Octet, 3, 4. MICKEY BIGELOW National Thespians, 4, Big Sisters, 4: A. K. A., 4: After- School Sports, 4, Kiwanis Plays, 4. 18 BARBARA BOWMAN Latin Club, 1, Girls' League Council, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, A. K. A., 4, Big Sis- ter, 4, Debonair Club, 2, Gusher. 3, Kiwanis Plays, 4, Glee Concerts, 1, 2, junior Follies, 3. SARA LANE BowRoN Jr. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, Sr. Or- chestra, 49 Literature Club. 3, 4, Junior Follies, 3, Big Sis- ter, 4, Pep Club, 4, Kiwanis Plays, 4. BEVERLY Jo BOYLE Swimming Show, 1, Tourna- ment Drill, 1, Marching Band, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Class Sextet, 3, Sr. Band. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Orches- tra, 4, Tournament Band, 3, 4, "Pan on a Summer's Day," 3, Junior Follies Band, 3, Festival Band, 2, 3. JAMES BRANDON GEORGE BRANNON "C" Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent of "C" Club, 4, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Bas- ketball, 2. 3, 4, Varsity Track, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Class Foot- ball, 1. JOHN W. BRANNEY Class Track, 3, Class Football, 3, 4, Class Basketball, 3, 4, Varsity Track, 3, 4, Jr. Band, 1, 2, Sr. Band, 3, 4, Tennis Champion, 3, Ping-Pong Dou- bles Championship, 4, Photog- raphy Club, 1. WILLIAM BREWER Class Basketball, 1, 2, 33 Class Football, 1, 2, 3, 43 Intercom- pany Track, 1, 2, 3. DUANE BREY DOROTHY BRITTON Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 3, 4g Literature Club, 3, 4: Junior Follies, 3, "Stage Door," 4. EDITH AGNES BROWN Big Sister, 45 Radio Guild, 43 English Club, 4, Literature Club, 3, 43 Latin Club, 1, 2, 3g Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 4: National Quill and Scroll, 4, Survey Tour, 43 Gusher, 4g Defense Stamp Staff, 4. GEORGE H. BROWN Sr. Euclid Club, 3, President, 4: jr. Euclid Club, 2, "C" Club, 4, National Athletic Honorary Society, 43 Varsity Football, 3, 4g Officers' Club, 4, Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4g jr. Glee Club, 13 Sr. Glee Club, 2. WILLIAM BRUMMOND l E MERLYN BRUNK English Club, 43 Big Sister, 45 Latin Club, 1, 2, 3,g Hon- orary Company Sponsor, 19 Junior Follies, 3, Alpha Delta Pi, 1: Debonair Club, Z: Ki- wanis Plays, 43 Defense Stamp Staff, 43 Glee Concerts, 1, 2. BILL BRYAN Officers' Club, 4: Boys' Spe- cial Glee, 3, 4, Radio Guild, 4: Euclid Club, 2, 3, 43 English Club, 43 Gusher, 3, Co-Editor. 43 "The Man Who Came to Dinner," 45 All-State Chorus, 35 Madrigal Club, 3, 45 Na- tional Quill and Scroll, 4. CHARLES BUCHLER Noncommissioned Officer, 3: Commissioned Officer, 4, Offi- cers' Club, 45 KiWalliS Plays, 4. DON BURGESS Cheerleader, 2, Lifesaving, 1, 23 Varsity Football, 23 Track, 3, 4, Class Football, 1. 3: Boys, Glee, 1, 25 Junior Fol- lies, 3. DOUGLAS BURGESS MARGARET BURNS Madrigal Club, 3, 4: A. K. A., 4, Girls' League Council, 4: Big Sister, 4: Junior Follies, 3, Kiwanis Plays, 4, Debonair Club, 25 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 4. 19 BARBARA BURTCH NATE BUSHNELL Laramie University H. S., 1, 25 Laramie H. S., 3g "Lawyer Lincoln," 4. ' CLARK BYRON ' Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Or- chestra, Z, 3, 45 Clarinet Quar- tet, 2, 3, 43 Woodwind Quan- tette, 43 Student Director, 43 All-State Band, 2, 3, 4. DALE CAIN Class Football, 1g Jr. Varsity Basketball, 13 Varsity Foot- ball, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Track, 2, 3, 45 "C" Club, 2, 3, 4, Ki- wanis Plays, 4. CALVIN CAMPBELL ESTHER CARRERA 20 MicKEY CARROLL Jr. Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 33 Varsity Football, 3, 4: Class Team Football, 2: Varsity Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Team Basketball, 4, "C" Club, 3, 4. DOR1s CARSON Home Economics Club, 43 Big Sister CBJ, 4g Madrigal Club, 4: Glee Concerts, 2, 3, 4. f s D. CHAMISON Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Swing l, 1, 2, 3, 4: National Quill and Scroll, 3, 4g Nation- al Forensic League, 1, 2, 35 Junior Follies, 3, 43 A. K. A., 1: Sr. Orchestra, 15 Freshman Glee, 1. DONALD CHAPIN Executive Council, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Class Representa- tive, 2, Junior Class Repre- sentative, 35 Boys' Vice pres- ident, 43 Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, Boys' Octette, 43 Mixed Oc- tette, 4: "C" Club, 4, Varsity Football, 1, 2, 4, Jr. Prom Committee, 3. LEONA CLARAUGH BERNICE CLAPP "Stage Door," 43 "Lawyer Lincoln," 4g National Thespi- ans, 43 Kiwanis Plays. 45 Ra- dio Guild, 43 Glce Concerts, 1, 3, 4. MARY ELMA CLARK Band Twirler, l, 2, 33 Spanish Club, 2, 33 Pep Club Presi- dent, 43 National Thespians, 43 Madrigal Club, 3, 43 Music Council, 43 Big Sister, 43 Ki- wanis Plays, 43 Honorary Company Sponsor, 4. KENNETH CLASSEN National Honor Society, 3, 43 National Quill and Scroll, 3. 43 National Forensic League, 2, 33 English Club, 3, 43 Eu- clid Club, 2, 3, 43 Student Rotarian, 43 Madrigal Club, 4g All-State Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Band and Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 "The Man Who- Came to Dinner," 4. JANE CLAYTOR Glee Concert, 13 Home Eco- nomics Club, 33 Spanish Club, 3, 43 Big Sister, 43 Debonair Club, 2. JAMES CLIFFORD, JR. DAVID CLYM ER Radio Guild, 43 National Quill and Scroll, 3, 43 Gusher, 3, Co-Editor, 43 National Honor Society, 33 Vice President, 43 Euclid Club, 3, 43 Vice Presi- dent of Officers' Club, 43 Mad- rigal Club, 43 English Club, 3, Vice President, 43 Boys' Octette, 43 "The Man Who Came to Dinner," 4. MARC JAY COLVIN, JR. Cadet Lt. Colonel, 43 Officers' Club, 43 Executive Council, 43 Kiwanis Plays, 43 Varsity Football, 3, 43 "C" Club, 43 Madrigal Club, 43 Boys' Spe- cial Clee, 43 Noncommissioned Officer, 2, 33 Kangaroo Court, 4. Bos CoN N ERS Deaver, Wyo., 13 Varsity Track, 13 Swimming Exhibi- tion, 23 Asst. Instructor, Be- ginners, Intermediate, Ad- vanced Swimming, 2, 33 Swim- ming Meet, 2, 33 Rifle Team, 33 Commissioned Officer, 43 Ofiicers' Club, 4. JEAN Coox Glee Club, l, 23 Debonair Club, 2. WILBUR Coox Varsity Football, 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 43 Track, 3, 43 "C" Club, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Class Vice Presi- dent, 1. JACK CowAN VIRGINIA MARIE COWAN Gym Show, 13 Debonair Club, 23 Junior Follies, 33 Glee Con- certs, 2, 3, 4. ELAINE CROWLEY National Forensic League, 23 National Quill and Scholl, 33 National Honor Society, 43 National Music Festival Rep- resentative, 23 Participant in Stokowski Auditions, 23 Mu- sic Council, 3, 43 Euclid Club, 23 English Club, 3, 43 All- State Band, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Or- chestra, 1, 2, 3, 4. 21 JIM CRUMP Jr. Band, 1, 2, Jr. Orchestra, lg Sr. Band, 3, Freshman Glee, lg Varsity Track, 3, 4. HAROLD CUNNINGHAM NED DALY TIM DALY Radio Guild, 45 Otlficers' Club, 4: Glee club, 1. 23 junior Fol- lies, 3: Kangaroo Court, 4. PAUL VAN DANIGAN JACQUELYN DAUGHERTY Girls' League Council, 43 Big Sister, 4: Student Council, 4, Gusher, 43 National Quill and Scroll, 4, Latin Club, 1, 25 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, Tourna- ment Drills, 3, 4g Junior Fol- lies, 3g After-School Sports, 1. ZZ TED DAVENPORT National Honor Society, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4g English Club, 3, Sr. Euclid Club, 3. DELBERT DAVIDSON Jr. Band, 1g Annual Staff, 43 Photography Club, 1, 2, 35 Photography Staff of Annual, 4. MARY DAVIDSON O'Neill, Nebr., 1: Madrigal Club, 43 Radio Guild, 3, "Stage Door," 41 "Command Performance," 4, Glee Con- certs, 2, 43 Junior Follies, 3, Tournament Drill, 3, 43 Pep Assemblies, 2, 3, 45 Kangaroo C onrt, 4. EFFIE MAE DAVIS Girls' Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Champion, 45 Glee Concert, 1, 25 Big Sis- ter, 4, Dancing Club, 4. BILLYE DAVY Dallas, Texas, 1, 25 Pep Club, 45 Kangaroo Court, 4g Tour- nament Drills, 3, 43 Texas High School Band Hostess, 2g Jr. Prom Committee, 3, Hon- orary Company Sponsor, 4. WILLIAM JAMES DAY Varsity Football, 3, 43 Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 45 "C" Club, 4, National Athletic Honorary Society, 44 Class Basketball, lg Officers' Club, 4. ENID DEBENHAM National Honor Society, 3, 43 Literature Club, 3, 4, Big Sis- ter, 4, Euclid Club, 2g Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Teach- ers of America, 49 Girls, Ath- letic Association, 1, 2, 3g Jun- ior Follies, 3: Sr. Orchestra, lg Kiwanis Plays, 4. Lois DEWALD A. K. A., 3, 4: "Stage Door," 4, Kiwanis Plays, 35 Junior Follies, 3: National Thespians, 3, 4, Radio Guild, 4. JOSEPHINE DILSO Sr. Girls' Sextette, 3, 43 Span- ish Club, 3, 45 French Club, 1, Madrigal Club, 3, 49 A Cappella, 1, 25 Student Direc- tor, 4g Junior' Follies, 33 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Girls' Sextette, 2. ANNA MAE DOHERTY After-School Sports, 13 Bas- ketball Champion, 1, Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 35 A. K. A., 45 Junior Follies, 35 Kiwanis Plays, 4. I NANCY DOHERTY National Forensic League, 1, 2, 3, President 43 English Club, 3, 4g Latin Club, 1, 35 A. K. A., 1. 2. 33 National Thespians, 4: Gusher, 33 Big Sister, 43 Kiwanis Plays, 43 "The Man Who Came to Din- ner," 4. BETTY DONOVAN MANNING DOWDY Lois DUNKIN Spanish Club, 4, Music Festi- val, 19 Tournament Drills, 1, 3. DOROTHY DUNN Girls' League Council, 1, 3, Vice President, 45 Big Sister, 43 Gusher, 43 Annual Staff, 43 National Quill and Scroll, 4: Student Director, 33 Spanish Club, 4: Jr. Prom Committee, 33 Kiwanis Plays, 4. VIVIAN DUNN ELLEN ECKHART MARGARET ELLIS 23 EDYTHE ELIZABETH EVANS Latin Club, 1: Glee Concerts, 1, 2g Big Sister. 4: Gusher, 43 Debonair Club, 23 Junior Fol- lies, 3. HELEN EWART TED FEIGEL "Stage Door," 4, Kiwanis Plays, 4. ROBERT C. FORSMAN Boys' Glee, 1, Jr. Euclid Club, 23 Varsity Basketball, 2, 3: Varsity Football, 3, 45 "C" Club, 4, National Athletic Honorary Society, 45 Animal Staff, 4, Photography Club, 45 Commissioned Officer, 4, Of- ficers' Club, 4. BETTY JANE FoxToN National Honor Society, 3, 4: English Club, 3, 4, Future Teachers of America, 43 Big Sister, 43 Euclid Club, 3, 4: Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Debo- nair Club, 2, Snapshooters, 2: Junior Follies, 3, Kiwanis Plays, 4. ROBERT FRANDSEN Varsity Basketball, 3, 43 Var- sity Football, 3, 43 Varsity Track, 3, 4, "C" Club, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball, 1, 29 Class Football, 2. 24 NONA MAYE FRENCH Euclid Club, 2, 3. 4g Glee Concerts, 33 English Club, 33 Future Teachers of America, 43 National Honor Society, 3, 43 Music Council, 4: Junior Follies, 3: Big Sister, 4: Wyo- ming Girls' Sec'y of State, 3. DICK FRIEDLUND Varsity Football, 3, 43 HC" Club, 4, National Thespians, 4: "Stage Door," 43 "Lawyer Lincoln," 4, Kiwanis Plays. 45 Intramural Basketball, 3, 4. WAYNE FRISBY Stage Crew, 3, 43 Noncom- missioned Officer, 3g Commis- sioned Officer, 45 National Thespians, 43 Oiiicers' Club, 4. Doius FRITTS MARY JANE GALBRATTET Junior Follies, 3, 4, Photogra- phy Club, lg Debate, 2, Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 All-.State Band, 1, 23 Clinic Band, 1, 2, 3, Laramie Band Tour, lg After-School Sports, 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball Champion, 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball Champion, 2. ROBERT GALLECOS PATSY GANTT Kiwanis Plays, 43 A.. K. A., 2, 45 Madrigal Club, 45 Debo- nair Club, 2, Big Sister, 43 Glee Concerts 2 3 4' uni , . . ,J 01' Follies. 3: Tournament Drill, 4: Soloist in Orchestra Con- cert, 3. DODE GERDOM Commissioned Officer, 4, Var- sity Football, 3, 4: Junior Follies, 35 Jr. Class Oilficer, 3: Class Team Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Track, 4g Kiwanis Plays, 4g Madrigal Club, 43 "C" Club, 4g Officers' Club, 4. CAROL GOFORTH Latin Club, 1, 2 3 Debonair Club, 2: Big Sister, 43 Jr. Lifesaving, 4g Home Nursing, 4. JAMES GORDON LEROY GREEN Ll EWELLYN CIRIFFITH PAULINE GRIFFITHS Big Sister KBB, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2. JOHN M. GUTZ Jr. Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, 33 "Stage Door," 4, Kiwanis Plays, 43 Varsity Football, 3, 43 Football Manager, 25 Na- tional Thespians, 4: "Lawyer Lincoln," 43 Boys' Glee Club, 4, Kangaroo Court, 4. HERBERT HAAS MARY ELLEN HADLEY National Thespians, 3, Treas- urer, 4g A. K. A,, 3, 45 Big Sister, 45 Junior Follies, 3: Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 33 Ki- wanis Plays, 3, 43 Tournament Drill, 4: After-School Sports, lg "Junior Mustachef' 33 "Ringing In the Groom," 4. C ROBERT HALEY Lois HANWAY Glee Concert, 1, After-School Sports, 1, Principia, 2, 35 Big Sister, 4: Sr. Service Scout, 4. 25 ADELE HASTINGS Glee Concert, 1, 2: Big Sister, 43 Home Economics Club, 2, 3. , 1 ROBERT HEALY Annual Staff, 35 Editor, 4: Executive Council, 4g National Honor Society, 45 National Quill and Scroll, 3, 45 Nation- al Thespians, 43 "The Man Who Came to Dinner," 4: English Club, 3, 43 Euclid Club, 3, 45 Officers' Club, 4g Gusher, 3. CPERALDINE HILBORN Glee Concerts. l. 2: Home Economics Club, 2, 3, 43 .Deb- onair Club, 2. HELEN Hmns WARD HINERMAN MARJORY HORSTMAN Glenrock, Wyo., 1, 23 All State Chorus, 23 Glee Concert 3: Big Sister, 4g Pep Club, 4 National Quill and Scroll, 4 National Honor Society, 4. 26 SHIRLEY HOWARD CHARLES HUMBERSON National Honor Society, 4g Radio Guild, 45 English Club, 3, 45 National Quill and Scroll, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 1. Z, Pres- ident, 3. 4, Euclid Club, 2, 3, 4: Literature Club. 43 Student Rotarian, 4: Class Football, 35 Gusber, 3, 4. WILLIAM PIUMPIIREYS PEGGY HURI.EY Latin Club, 1, 23 Big Sister 4: Volley Ball Champ. 13 Ki- wanis Plays, 4: "42" Numeral Pep Club, 4. BETTY HYM ER Home Economics Club, 1 Debonair Club, 23 Junior Fol lies, .35 Glee Concerts, 2, 3, 4 Big Sister CBD, 4: Kiwanis Plays, 4: "Stage Door," 4 "Command Performance," 4. CLARENCE IDEEN 9 2: After-School Sports, 1, 2, LLOYD JEFFERIES Officers' Club, 43 Madrigal Club, 43 Boys' Glee, 43 Class Basketball, 1, 2. KATHRYN JENKINS National Honor Society, 3, 43 National Quill and Scroll, 3, 43 ,English Club, 3, 43 Euclid Club, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 National Music Fes- tival, 23 Follies Band, 33 Lat- in Club 1, 2, 33 String Quar- Qmiiiiial Staff, 4. SHIRLEY JENKINS National Honor Society, 3, Treasurer, 43 Big Sister, 43 English Club, 3. 43 Madrigal Club, 43 Euclid Club. 2, 3. 43 Latin Club, 1, 23 Junior Fol- lies, 33 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 43 Gusher, 3, 43 Tournament Drills, l, 4. BETTY JOHNSON Swimming Club, 3, 43 After- School Sports, 1, 2, 33 Junior Follies, 33 Kiwanis Plays, 43 Knitting Club, 43 "42" Nu- meral, 33 Lifesaving, 33 Tour- nament Drill, 3. MAYBELLE JOHNSON JOAN JONEN A Cappella, 23 Madrigal Club, 3, 43 Latin Club. 1, 2, 33 Jr. Euclid Club, 23 English Club, 3, 43 Gusher, 33 Big Sister, 43 All-State Chorus, 33 Kiwanis Plays, 4. CHARLES JONES Lois KASPER National Quill and Scroll, 43 Gusher, 43 Junior Follies, 33 Big Sister CBJ, 43 Glee Con- certs, 1, 23 Tournament Drill, 23 Defense Stamp Cashier, 4. BETTY MARIE ICAUFFMAN Superior, Nebr., 13 Alliance, Nebr., 23 Big Sister CBJ, 43 Literature Club, 3, 43 Glee Concerts, 3, 4. ROSALEEN KELI.IHER Big Sister QSJ, 43 Home Room Representative, 43 Deb- onair Club, 23 Junior Follies, 33 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3. MADELTNE KETCHUM Glee Concerts, 1, 23 Girls' League Council, 1, 2, 3, 4. HOWARD KEYSER Boys' Glee, 1. 2, 3, 43 Com- missioned Officer, 43 Officers' Club, 43 Class Basketball, 1, 2, 33 Class Football, 4. '27 DALE G. KING Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Or- chestra, 25 Clinic Band, 2, 3, 43 All-State Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Swing Band, 2, 3, 43 Staff Sergeant, 3, 4, R. O. T. C. Band, 2, 3, 4, Mustang Wran- gler Band, 2, 3: Junior Follies Band, 2, 3, 4, Band Style Show, 2. LAWRENCE KIRKPATRICK Football, l, 2, 33 Basketball, 2, 33 Track, 1, 2, 33 "C" Club, 2, 3, Secretary, 43 All-State Football Team, 3, Kiwanis Plays, 4, Sr. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3. HOLLIS KISTLER Girls' League Council, 2, Latin Club, lg Big Sister, 49 Madrigal Club, 3, 43 Pep Club Secretary, 4g Honorary Com- pany Sponsor, 43 Jr. Prom Committee, 33 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, 4. D AVID KN APP Officers' Club, 4, Class Foot- ball, 3, 4, Junior Follies, 3. MARIE LACLAIR KENNETH G. LAME National Honor Society, 3, 43 Boys' Octette, 4, English Club, 33 Boys' Festival Chor- us, 33 Sr. Band, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Band, lg Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4: Madrigal Club, 43 Euclid Club, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Boys' Glee, 4. .8 DoN LANGE LEONARD LANG Spanish Club, 49 Junior Follies, 3. JANET LAW HEI,EN LEBSOCK Big Sister CBJ, 43 Sr. Orches- tra, 3, 49 Music Festival, 3, First Aid, 45 Jr. Orchestra, l, 2. THOMAS B. LEONARD Class Football, 1, 2, Class Basketball, 1, 2: Va1'sity Foot- ball, 3, 45 Varsity Basketball, 3, 4: "C" Club, 43 National Athletic Honorary Society: Horseshoe Champion, 2, 3, 4, National Quill and Scroll, 4: Gusher. 4: Class Basketball Champion, 1. RUTIHI ODESSA LEWIS JACK LILLY Photography Club, 13 Varsity Track, 43 Class Basketball, 3, 43 Class Track, 2, 33 Class Football, 3, 43 Literature Club, 3. EDWARD J. LINDHOLM Riverdale, Nebr., 1, 2, 33 Class Basketball, 33 National Quill and Scroll, 43 Gusher, 4. JUNE LINTz National Honor Society, 3, 43 National Quill and Scroll, 3, 4g Girls' League Council, 1, 3, Secretary, 43 Big Sister, 43 Euclid Club, 2, 3, 43 Gusher, 3, 43 First Wyo. Girls' State, 3g Sr. Orchestra, 3, 43 Latin Club, 1, 23 Jr. Class Co-mmit- tees, 3. CARL LoAR Noncommissioned Officer, 2, 33 Commissioned Officer, 4g Offi- cers' Club, 4. ELAINE LONG Big Sister, 43 Knitting Club, 43 First Aid, 4. FRANK LONG ROBERT L. Loss Annual Staff, 3, Business Man- ager, 43 National Thespians, 43 A, K. A., 43 "Stage Door," 43 "Command Performance," 43 Kiwanis Plays, 43 Latin Club, 1, 23 Euclid Club, 2, 33 Kangaroo Court, 43 Shutter- bugs, Z, Vice President, 3. EDITH LowIsRY . After-School Sports, 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Champion, 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies, 3 3 Hobby Show, 43 "42" Numeral, 43 N. C. H. S. Gym Award, 4. ROBERT F. LUSBY Euclid Club, 2, 3, Secretary- Treasurer, 43 Madrigal Club, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Special Chorus, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Glee, 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Band, 2, 3, 43 Football, 3g Sr. Varsity Basketball, 23 Jun- ior Follies, 33 Kiwanis Plays, 4. NORMA LYBYER DoNALD R. MACMANUS Executive Council, 1, 4g Freshman Class Representative, 13 Student Body Secretary, 43 A. K. A., 43 "Stage Door," 43 Kiwanis Plays, 43 Madrigal Club, 3, 43 OiTicers' Club, 43 National Thespians, 43 Varsity Track, 3. CLINTON MARBURGER Stage Manager, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 R. O. T. C., Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Brass Sex- tette, 33 Sr. Glee, 3, 43 Na- tional Thespians, 4 3 All-State Band, 33 Marching Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies Band, 2, 3, 4. Z9 FRANCES MARKWARD Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Clarinet Quartet, 3, 4, Junior Follies Band, 3g Laramie Band Tour, 1, Clinic Band, 1, 2, 3g Student Senate, 1, 2, 3. PHYLLTS MARVEL MILDRED MATHESON Boa MCBRIDE RUSSELL MCCASH BETTY McCoY 30 PATSY MCCRACKEN National Honor Society, 3, 43 English Club, 3, 45 "The Man Who Came to Dinner," 4g Ki- wanis Plays, 43 Big Sister, 43 Latin Club. 1, Z, 3, 43 Madri- gal Club, 3, 43 First Wyo. Girls' State Governor. 3: Na- tional Thespians, 43 A. K. A., 3, 4. ELNORA MCGREGOR MARY BERNICE MCKINZIE Junior Follies, 3, Tournament Drills, 3, 4: After-School Sports, l, 2, 3. RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN AI,EXANDER MCLEAN FRANK MCNEELY Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Band, 43 Marching Band, 1, Z, 3, 45 R. O. T. C. Band, 1, 2, 3, 45 Follies Band, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band, 3, 4. MELBA MICHELSON Glee Concert, 13 After-.School Sports, l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Champion, 35 Gym Award, 4. MEREDITH JOY MIDERT Jr. Orchestra, 1, 2: Ho-me Economics Club, 3, Literature Club, 3, 4, Junior Follies, 35 Big Sister, 43 Gusher, 4: Mad- rigal Club, 43 Glee Concerts, 3, 43 Kiwanis Plays, 4, Pep Club, 4. NINA MILLER Madrigal Club, 3. 45 Big Sis- ter, 43 Debonair Club, 2g Jun- ior Follies, 35 Glee Concerts. 2, 3, 43 Gym Show, lg Ki- wanis Plays, 4. BETTY MILNE CHARLES F. MIRANDA Spanish Club, 3, 43 Rifle Team, 2, 3, 45 Officers' Club, 4: Commissioned Officer, 45 Mustang Guard, 4. HELEN MOORE Home Economics Club, 39 Spanish Club, 3, 4: Big Sister, 43 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3. DALE MORRIS X7 X CHARLES M. MORRISON Kiwanis Plays, 4, National Thespians, 4, Madrigal Club, 45 Tournament Drills, 3, 49 Boys' Glee. l, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Football, 4: Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Track, 3, 4g Class Football, 2, 33 "Stage Door," 4. RICHARD J. MULVANEY Sr. Class President, 43 Junior Rotarian, 4: Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Warrant Officer, 43 Execu- tive Council, 45 Latin Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Radio Guild, 4: Golf Champion, 2, 4, Boys Festival Chorus, 3, Commence- ment Committee, 4. x DOROTHY lN1URPHY Girls' League Council, lg Tournament Drills, l, 3, 4: "What a Life," 33 "Cup of China Tea," 35 Big Sister, 4: Junior Follies, 3, Radio Guild, 4g Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 35 Pep Assemblies, 1, 2, 3, 45 Gusher, 4. VERNA MAE MURPHY Debonair Club, 23 Junior Fol- lies, 3: Glee Concert, 3, "Stage Doorf' 4. 1 BILL C. MURRAY "C" Club, 3, 4: Varsity Track, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A., 43 Boys' Glee, 1, 25 Class Basketball, 1, 25 Class Football, 1, 2. 31 MARTHA MURRAY PATRICIA MURRAY Madrigal Club, 43 Big Sister fBD, 43 Spanish Club, 3, 45 Junior Follies, 3. MARGERY NELSON MAXINE NELSON LEw1s NEWMAN IRMA NICHOLS Madrigal Club, 3, 43 .State Music Festival, 3: Girls' Tri- ple Trio, 45 Big Sister, 4, Mixed Octette, 4: First Aid, 45 Glee Concerts, 3, 4. 32 BILL NIETHAMMER Spanish Club, 45 Madrigal Club, 43 Boys' Special Glee, 43 Photography Club, 1, 2, 3, Radio Guild, 4: Jr. Orchestra, 15 Sr. Orchestra, 2, 33 Track, 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff, 4. LUELLA NOEL Pep Club, 45 Knitting Club, 45 Glee Concerts, 3, 4. JIM NORMAN Photography Staff of Annual, 4-5 Varsity Football, 3, 43 Var- Slty Track, 3, 4g "C" Club, 4, National Athletic Honorary Society, 4, Commissioned Of- ficer, 43 Officers' Club, 43 flee, 1 ,2, 35 Kangaroo Court, LILLIAN OLSEN Latin Club, 2, 35 Debonair Club, 2, Big Sister, 43 Home Nursing, 4. SIBYL ONOLER DWIGHT OSEORN "C" Club, 3, President, 4, Madrigal Club, 2, 3, 43 Boys, Octette, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Special Glee, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Quartet, 2, 3, 45 Officers' Club Secre- tary, 43 Varsity Football, 3, 43 Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Junior Follies, 3, 43 Festival Solo, 2, 3, 4. FRANK PAVELKA VIOLA PE NTEcOsT National Honor Society, 4, Junior Follies, 3 3 Glee Con- cert, lg Latin Club, 2. CHARLOTTE PERDUE Jr. Euclid Club, 23 French Club, lg Spanish Club, 3, 4g Girls' League Council, 1, 33 Big Sister, 43 Mustang Queen, 45 Swing Band, 2, 3, 43 Jun- ior Follies, 2, 3, 4g All-State Band. 2, 35 Homeroom Rep- resentative, 4. DICK PERKINS Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Or- chestra, 1: Homeroom Repre- sentative, 45 Swing Band, 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies Band, 2, 3, 4g R. O. T. C. Band, 2, 3, 43 Staff Sergeant, 43 Booster Band Trip, 3. VERA PERKINS Sr. Band, 1, 2. 3, 4: Sr. Or- chestra, 1, 2g Clarinet Quartet, 1, 2, 35 National Music Fes- tival, 1: Festival Solo, 1, All- State Band, 1, 2, Kiwanis Plays, 4, Clinic Band, 1, Z, 3. DOROTHY ALICE PHELPS A Cappella, 1, 2: After-School Sports, 1, 2, 3: Tournament Drill, 15 Junior Follies, 3g Big Sister, 43 Swimming Show, 1. JEAN PHEI,Ps JOHN PIPER MARGARET POTTER Glee Concerts, 2, 3, 4: Class Sextette, 3g Junior Follies, 3. DORIS PROBST Jr. Band, lg Sr. Band, 2, 3, 43 Saxophone Ensemble, 2. HAROLD PROPP Class Football, 2, T1'ack, 3, 4: Glee, Z, 35 Officers' Club, 4, Varsity Football, 3, "C" Club, 4. PEGGY PURDY Girls' League Council, 13 Big Sister, 4: Junior Follies, 33 Kiwanis Plays, 43 Glee Con- certs, 2, 4g Jr. Prom Commit- tee. 35 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion, 4 Wa . 33 MARY QUEALY TED RADEMAKER Class Basketball, 13 Jr. Var- sity Basketball, 25 Varsity Football, 2, 43 Class Football, 2, Billings, Mont., H. S., 39 Track, 4g "C" Club, 4, Na- tional Athletic Honorary So- ciety, 4. JUANITA RAY Debonair Club, 2, After-School Sports, 2, A Cappella, 35 Madrigal Club, 4, Glee Con- cert, 4, Big Sister CBJ, 4. MAXINE REESE BOB REEVES JUNIOR REEVES 34 JOYCE RICHARDSON FLORENCE RINGSTED Debonair Club, 29 Junior Fol- lies, 33 Glee Concert, 3. MARGARET ROBERTS ROBERT M. ROBERTSON National Athletic Honorary Society, 3, 43 "C" Club, 3, 43 Varsity Football, 3, 45 Mad- rigal Club, 3, 43 Boys' Special Glee, 3, 43 Officers' Club, 45 "Nutcracker King," 45 Tour- nament Drills, 3, 45 Annual Staff, 4, Executive Council, 4. MARGARET RooN EY Douglas, Wyo., H. S.. 1, 2, Big Sister, 4, Pep Club, 4g Tournament Drill, 43 Glee Concert, 3. DoN SATTERTHWAIT Class Football, 1 ,2, 3, 43 Class Basketball, 1, 3, 4g Jr. Varsity Football, 2, Track, 15 Sr. Basketball, 4. ROBERT SAYLES DANTEL SCARBOROUGH KARL SCHMIDT National Honor Society, 3, 43 Euclid Club, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club, 33 Class Football, 1, 2, 3 RONALD SCHOOLER Varsity Football, 3, 43 "Stage Door," 43 Class Officer, 33 "C" Club, 43 Student Body Officer, 43 Cheerleader, 43 Ex- ecutive Council, 43 Madrigal Club, 3, 43 Boys' Octette, 43 All-State Chorus, 3, 4. GORDON ScHU1.Tz Sr. Class Officer, 43 Madrigal Club, 43 Class Basketball, 2, 3, 43 Tournament Drill, 33 Junior Follies, 33 Boys' Glee, 43 Class Football, 2, 3, 43 Kangaroo Court, 4. JIM SCOTT Sr. Band, l, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Or- chestra, 2, 3, 43 Junior RO- tarian, 43 National Quill and Scroll, 43 Clarinet Quartet, 2, 3, 43 All-State Band, 3, 43 Junior Follies, 33 Gusher Busi- ness Manager, 4. SUSAN SEIDEL Girls' League Council, 1, 2 Madrigal Club, 2, 3, 43 Junior Class Treasurer, 33 Girls' Tu ple Trio, 43 English Club, 3 Big Sister, 43 Jr. Prom Com mittee. 33 Junior Follies 3 Homeroom Representativej 3. FLORENCE SETLBACH DOROTHY SEILER Sr. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr, Band. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Clarinet Quartet, 4: String Choir, 43 Junior Follies, 3, 43 Debonair Club. 23 Latin Club, 1, 2, 33 Tournament Band, 3, 4. BOBBE SELINGER WILMA SHAMBLEN Spanish Club, 2, 3, 43 Glee Concert, 1. GLAOYS SHERRY National Honor Society, 3, 43 Spanish. Club, 2, 3, Secretary, 43 Jumor Follies, 33 Sr. Or- chestra, 2, 3. 35 BOYD Suns Freshman Glee, 1: Sr. Glee, 3, 4-1 Photography Club, 43 Coni- missioned Officer, 45 Olficers' Club, 4, Class Basketball, 3, 4. Dox.oREs SMITH Kiwanis Plays. 4: "Stage Door," -lg Glee Concerts, 1, 2, Pep Club, 4, Kangaroo Court. 43 Tournament Drills, 3, 4: Junior Follies, 35 Honorary Company Sponsor, 3. ETHEL SORGEN National Honor Society, 3, 49 Big Sister, 4g A. K. A., 3, 4, Euclid Club, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club, 1, 23 Junior Follies, 3, Sr. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club, 4: String Cho-ir, 4, Gusher, 3. JEAN MARIE SPEAS Executive Council. 3. 43 Girls League President, 4g Big Sis ter, 4: Madrigal Club, 3, Pres ident, 4, Band Twirler, 1, 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio, 4, Latin Club. 1, President, 29 Pep Club Vice President, 4, Junior Follies, 32 Sophomore Class Vice President, 2. Louisa SPENCER St. Mai-ie's H. S., 1, 2, 3. GLENNA SPRlTTl.ES 35 JACOUEIJNE STANTON Big Sister, 43 Pep Club, 45 Knitting Club, 13 Glee Con- certs, 2, 3. WILBUR STEARNS National Honor Society. 3, 43 Latin Club, 1, 2. 3, Secretary- Treasurer. 4: English Club. 3, 4' Euclid Club, 2, 3, 4: Sr. Orchestra. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Band, 1, 2. 3, 4, R. O. T. C. Band, 1. 2, 5. 4g All-State Band, 4, "The Man VVho Came to Din- ner," 45 Annual Staff, 4. RICH ARD STE N N ING Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, "C" Club, 3, 4: National Athletic Honorary Society, 3, 45 "C" Club Fights, 2, 3. WESLEY ST. JOHN AUDREY STOUT Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3. 4: Latin Club, 1. 2, Jr. Euclid Club. 2: Junior Follies Band. 43 Junior Follies, 3: Gusher, 3. Mumuzn STREET JAMES NEIL SVARE JACK SWANSON Cadet Major, 43 Sr. Class Vice President, 43 Boys' Special Glee, 3, 43 Madrigal Club Treasurer, 43 Officers' Club President, 43 Noncommissioned Officer, 33 Class Football, 23 Class Basketball, 33 Junior Follies, 33 Swing Band, 4- PAT TERRY Sr. Orchestra, 1, 2.13, 43 Shunerbug, 1, 2: J1111101' F01- lies, 3. GROVER THOMPSON IN J 'lARJORlE TOBIAS National Honor Society, 3, President, 43 English Club, 43 Latin Club, 1, 23 Big Sister, 43 Sr. Euclid Club, 3, 43 Jun- ior Follies, 33 Jr. Prom Corn- mittee, 33 Student Senate, 3, 43 "The Man Who Came to Dinner," 43 N. C. H. S. Award, 1, 2. AMES TOBIN Freshman Football, 13 "C" Club, 3, 43 Varsity Track, l, 2, 33 Varsity Football, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Basketball, 3, 43 Jr. Varsity Basketball, 1, 2. ITSUO TSUKISHIMA Varsity Football, 3, 43 Var- sityy Track, 1, 23 Class Foot- ball, 43 Madrigal Club, 43 Boys' Special Glee. 43 Boys' Sr. Glee, 33 "CH Club, 4. DOUGLAS TURNER Jr. Life Saving, 13 Boys' Glee, 13 Class Football, 13 Class Basketball, 13 Junior Varsity, l, 23 Swimming Meet, 1, 23 Junior Follies, 33 Photography Club, 43 Photography Staff, 4. HELEN VANCE Home Economics Club, 2, 33 Latin Club, 43 Glee Concert, 1, 23 Home Nursing, 4. ELEANOR VAN NEss Lander, Wyo., 1, 23 Glee Con- certs, 3, 43 Big Sister, 43 Lit- erature Club, 3, 43 Home Nursing, 4. KENNETH VESEY MAXINE VINTON Sr. Band, 1, 23 Junior Follies, 33 Debonair Club, 23 Glee Concert, 13 Kiwanis Plays, 43 Music Festival, 1, 2. 37 ALMIRA WACK Madrigal Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 A Cappella, 1, 23 Sextette, 1 Festival Solo, 3 g "Stage Door,' 4. ELLEN WACK HELEN WALKER KIMBALL WALKER Athletics Team Manager, 2, 3, 4: National Athletic Honorary Society, 43 "CU Club, 45 Class Basketball, 2, 3, 43 National Thespians, 4, A. K. A., 43 "Stage Door," 4, Annual Staff, 43 Gusher, 45 Officers' Club, 4. JUANITA WARD Literature Club. 3, 43 After- School Sports, 1. LILLIAN WAYNE Big Sister, 49 Glee Concert, 33 Student Senate, 43 Kiwanis Plays, 43 Knitting Club, 4. 38 2, 3, 45 Girls' Festival Chorus: Z, 3: All-State Chorus, 2, 3' 9 9 PAT WEAVER Latin Club, 1, 2, Debonair Club, 25 Junior Follies, 33 English Club, 45 Big Sister, 43 Student Senate, 45 Glee Concerts, 1, 2, 3, Pep Club, 4g Annual Staff, 4: Defense Stamp Staff, 4. BILL WEBBER HENRY D. WEISER Swing Band, 45 Sr. Band, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Band, lg Spanish Club, 3, 43 Junior Follies Band, 3. 43 R. O. T. C. Band, 3, 4g All-State Band, 4. SHEILA WHEAT National Honor Society, 3, 45 Big Sister, 45 English Club, 3, 45 Euclid Club, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club, 1, 25 Sr. Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Sr. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies, 33 String ghoir, 4, Clarinet Quartet. , 4. MARY WICKERT Latin Club, 1, 2: Radio Guild, 43 Big Sister, 4, Junior Fol- lies, 3, Glee Concert, 3, After- School Sports, 3. BETTY WINONA WIGHT Big Sister, 45 Latin Club, 1, 25 Junior Follies, 35 First Aid, 45 Big Sister Knitting Group, 4. LILLIAN H. VVILLIAMSA. National Honor Society, 4, Big Sister, 4, Knitting Club, 49 First Aid. 4, Glee Concert, 1. JEAN WILSON Latin Club, 1. 2. 33 A Cap- pella, 2: English Club, 3, Madrigal Club, 3, 43 A. K. A., 3. 4: National Thespiaus, 3. 4, Music Festival, 2, 3: Kiwanis Plays, 43 Euclid Club, 2, Big Sister, 4. IMA WINGERT B UBBLES WINTER Latin Club, 23 Big Sister, 43 Madrigal Club, 3, 4, All-State Chorus, 35 Junior Follies, 3, 45 "Stage Door," 45 A. K. A., 3, President, 45 National Thes- pians, 4, "King Nutcrackerf, 4, Kiwanis Plays, 3. li WILLIAM ROBERT FORDHAM Class Football, 1, 35 Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 49 Radio Guild, 45 Boys' Octette, 2, 3, 43 Madrigal Club, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Special Glee, 2, 3, 45 Junior Follies, 3, All-State Chorus, 3, 4: Sr. Band, 43 Music Council, 4. RICHARD C. WITT Freshman Glee Club, 1, Class Basketball, 2, Spanish Club, 3, Vice President, 4g Jr. Band and Orchestra, 13 Junior Fol- lies, 3. 45 Sr. Band, 2, 3, 45 R. O. T. C. Hand, 2, 3, 43 All-State Band, 4. RUTH VVor.coT'I' LORRAlNE WONDERLY GEORGIE VVRAY 39 junivrs Lgnivewhf Alzde, ,MAJ .MMM .Ibm Q ' !4w?x, yZ af' L PML y f ' f QA 'Wbff yx fps Z, a Z JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ............... . OSCAR RAY Vice President ..... ........ I SOB BURWELL Representatives to Council . . . JEAN IXICN EIL and JACK WONDERLY Secretary-Treasurer ............. RUSSELL PITTS Sponsors . . Miss RUBY MCBRIDE and MR. RIARTIN C-ANDALERIA Adams Adkison Apel Allensworth Anderson Arrasmith Bailey Ballard B arlmee Barbour Barrett Bashor Battelle Battles Beattie Decker Bernardis Berry Bishop Blackmore Blue Body Boles Boundy Boyer Brety Briggs Brophy Brown, Brown, Brown, Burgess C. D. E. Burwell Bushnell Cain Cardwell Corey Casciato Chamberlin Claytor, M. Claytor, I Coates Cohee Colibraro Colli11s Coltrane Connor Corbridge Vorneilson Fraig fll'UIlCl'l Crow l'rutcher Cunninglmm Daly Davenport Davidson Day Deason DeVVald Diehl Donlin Donovan Dowcly Drew Evers Dyson Ewing Earnshaw Fairchild Edwards Fate Elliot Fitchie Ei-ben Foote Ez-vine Forsling Evans Fowlkes Foxton Frandsen Frank Fraser French Gale Garber Garrett Gibson. P Gibson, V Goodrich Gothberg Graves Grosz Grove Guile Guros Guthrie Gutz Hagist Haley Hamar Harvey Hatter Hawley Heath Hendrickson Hill Holfhine Hooper Housley Huckaby Hurtt lams ldeen, ldeen, Ikard lsenbe lsenbe Jensen H. R. rger, H. rger, L. Jernberg Johnston Joslyn Kasper Kearns Keegan Keller Kennedy Keyes Knittle Knoble Knutson Koenig Kreuger Krusmark Kuster Lane. ll. Jane. J. Lane. M, Large Laymon Lebsock Loomis Lo1'enzen 45 I ,l "- w n 'QM 1 J I J ,WM Ludwig Lyle Mackay Manlveck Marsh M arinick McAllister McBride M cfarth y M cfleary, lVlcClea1'y, M cflew McCord M cKenzie M cKin11ey M CLea11 Miracle Miranda M ilne Mitchell Moore Moorhead Moorhouse Morris Morrison Mosher M oyle Mullen Nesmith Newman Nichols N ickeson Palmer Parks Parker, G. Parker, H Paulley Peak Peterson Petit Pierce Pearce Pitts Plessmau Plunket Poe Probst Pummill Quist Ray Raybon Reeves Rhodes Riepl Rittenour Robb Roberts Rodgers Russell Sams Sanipes Sattler Saunders Schillereff Schoenewald Seilbach Shafenberg Shepperson Shroyer Slizeski Smith Soderberg Spillane Steinle Stewart Stone Stout Studor Suyematsu Sullivan LS Sullivan Swiugle Thompson, F. Tripeny VValsh Swanton Tafoya Thompson, H. Updeg'ral'f Wesco Swartfager Talbert Tablet Vetter Wheeler Swartz Talpers Trevett Vogel White VVilson, T. VVondez'ly Wickert VVilliams, U VVil1iams, R Wilsons, L. Yugovic Snplzofuores X lx .1 , ' fl I ' e ff, ,YV f 8 VN H WWW I .J N- . -if U ,JVNJ X g ad V, 1 Q A, 3 X dig I 'L X VJ s sg 'lx N S I ff Q 1 . Q yi x , .v I 2 1, M'xF an X J, s JJ Q . I Jyyj' SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President ............... JERRY SULLIVAN Vice President .... . . NEIL WALKER Representative to Council . . DORIS CASTLE Secretary-T1'easuter .............. DON GREEN Sponsors . . MISS GVVENDOLYN HII.I, and MR. ROBERT WILLIAMS SOPHOMORE GIRLS Upper picture, left to right: Front row-Barto, Benson, Bond, Angen, Anglos, Alexander Arnold, Adams, Alfred. Second row-Corbett, Carpenter, Clapp, Cardwell, Chapman, Chapin: Brewer, Bordeauz, Bell. Third row--Brunk, Boatmen, Castle, Barnes, Colley, Battelle, Campbell Cowan. Back row-Byron, Cavanaugh, Cullen, Boyer, Curtz, Carey, Curtis, Christiansen. Lower picture, left to right: Front row--Gaylord, Grieve, Gowin, Fisher, Eckhart, Diehl Davidson, Drwenski, Davis. Second row-H. johnson, Glenn, Greaser, Gilstrap, Guinn, Gettle Gray, Greene. Third row-Ketchum, J. johnson, Geri-in, Head, H. Kelly, Ham, Keil, Hans Foster. Back row-E. Kelly, Gardner, jokinen, Henry, Hathaway, Heggie, Harris, Kerr. I Y 9 9 SOPHOMORE GIRLS Upper picture, left to right: Front row-Morrison, Martines, lNf1cl3owell, Mills, Miller Leferink, Lemmers, Kimball, Lester. Second row-U'Neill, Richards, Parker, Netzhandt, Noonan Mciiraugh, Mackin, Mead, Martin. Third row-Paine, Rodgers, Pinney, Ringsted, Peck, Peter- sen, Pavelka, Phelps. Back row-Rooth, Pavelka, Rinker, Norman, Mulvaney, Parsons, Racich Phillips. Lower picture, left to right: Front row-Schryer, Spencer, Story, Schroyer, Stantield, Shoe- maker, Sherry, Rowell, Roumell. Second row-Shoemaker, Schulte, Swaim, Sonne, Shaw, Schoen- ewald, Struck, Snyder, Sutton. Third row-VVard, Wolfe, VVilson, Werner, Tobin, Sprittles Smith, VVilliams, Satterthwait. Back row-WVinkes, VVomack, VVolcott, M. VVard, Townsend Thomas, I. VVolfe, Smith, VVaggener. SOPHOMORE BOYS Upper picture, left to right: Front row-Peterson, Mayfield, Morris, McAtee, McAllister McGee, Myers, Macleod, Markham, Nlathisen. Second row-Pettit, Moore, McBride, Miedaugh Marburger, Miller, Mahoney, Peak, Minihan. Third row-Oblak, Orchowski, Oler, W. Marvel Nichols, Nichols, McClew, McElliot, Reeves. Back row-Peck, Manley, Marklind, Norman Pilant, Ostlind, Schwartzkopf, Pickett. Lower picture, left to right: Front row-M. Swain,, Stanton, Shidler, Saxton, Robinson, Robb Richardson, J. Roumell. Second row-Stewart, Sword, Stephenson, Shafto, Scheutz, Swain Scholtz. Third row-Washenfelder, Wingerb, Tomlin, Thimesch, Tope, Townsend, Tobin Sizemore. Back row-Huey, Ward, Tucker, Winer, N. Walker, D. Walker. Gy if fpwiygf fflfslbf, fi? ff ff if ffffg fi ggglzmeu M 0931 yy fwfffob M 1 Jay My Rx V 555' Lx FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President ................ GEORGE SCOTT Vice President . . . . . . BILL HALE Representative to Council . . . . BUD BERQUIST Secretary-Treasurer ............. JOE RIURPHY Sponsors . . . . Miss FRANCIS FERIS and MR. JOSEPH SCHWARTZ FRESHMEN GIRLS Upper picture, left to right: Front row--Barker. Barto, Clemens. Ilrodine, Bitzenhofer, Beal. Beach Becker, Ames. Adamson, Anderson. Second row-Bean, Erickson, Evan, Deal, Caseholt. E. Cooke, Carson Beyer. Bisiar, Baker, Burridge. Brown, Frank, Bertolero. Third row----Fox, Eisenbarger. B. Clark. Chashire R. Clark, Charington, Carrier, Crouch, D, Cooke, D. Clark. Crutcher, Back row-Davidson. Duncan, Dorman Daily. Donovan. M. Doherty, P. Doherty. Cornell, Carlson, E. Cook. Coflman, Cypreansen. Lower picture. left to right: Front row-Giiniher, Gardner, Guthrie. Gillam. Garrett., Gibson, Fleming Fitzsimmons. Foreman, Frailey, Fornes. Second row-Hasehnire. Hayes. Harting, Hubbard. Grove, A. Green D. Guthrie. Galusha. Graves. M. Green, Garlick. Third row-WI. johnson. Habenicht, Irwin, Humphreys Halley, Hill. Haas. Hardesty, Hein. Hale, Hall. Haskett. Back row--l. Johnson. Humlmerson. Huckahy llamar. llitt, Hutton, Hymer. Higgins, Herrick, Hawkin. Hansen, Huey. Holh. - 'I Y -- FRESHMEN GIRLS Upper picture, left to right: Front row--McGregor, Lowery, King, Kearns, McMillan, Kellilier, Kelly Kasper, M, Johnson, Johnstone, Jones. Second row'-Laidlaw, Morgan. MacLennan, Morris, Mathers, Lynch Lalfon, Kragrud, Moles, Myers, Marvel. Third row--Rice, Pritchett, Olheiser, Olen, Omstead, Nelson Perkins, Pavelka, Peterson, Marines, Pringle, McCracken, Back row-fReese. Redliuru, Quinlan, Propp, Pugh Pryer, Nolan, Palmer, Pennington, Price, Nelson, Mincho-W, Penlan, Nlinihan. Lower picture, left to right: Front row+Satterthwait, Shafto. Shroyer, Story, Sullivan, Sedar, Shoemaker Studer. Rossin, Roper, Seiler. Second row-VVergin, Seaman, Vigil, White, Urkwan, Sullivan, Swartfager Selby, Sorvards, Swan, Sarles, Rhodes. Third row-Schmidt, Young WVo'nderly, P. Williams. Shilaos. Sivert sen, Townsend, Thiele, Tooithnian, Terry, Turner, Tripeny. Back row-fe'Vance, VVashent'elder, B. lfllilliams Vincent, Underwood, NVilson. NYixnber, V. VW-ber, XVolcott, VVight, lVelxer, VVard, Vogel. Upper picture, left to right: Front row-Pentecost, Williams, Ervine, Anderson, Sherry, Trevett, Tobias, Speas, Benell, Lintz. Colibraro, Hatter, Crowley. Second row--K. Jenkins, Foxton. Knittle, Hagist, Sorgen, S. Jen- kins, Wheat, Horstman, Cunningham, McCracken, McCord, Evans, Miss Hagan. Back row--Healy, Humberson. Slizeski, Talpers, Updegraff, Schmidt, Classen, French, Debenham, Clymer, Stearns, Talbert, Dyson. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY President . . MARJORIE 'TOBIAS Vice President . . DAVID CLYMER Secretary-Treasurer . . . SHIRLEY JENKINS Sponsor . . . . llllss DOLLIE HAGAN Upper picture, left to right: Front row---Crowley, Poe. Lintz, Horstman, Cunningham, Dunn, Miss Pettigrew, McCord, Boyer. Kasper. Pierce, Jenkins, Second rowwBennell, Daly. Adkison, Lindholm, White, Burwell, Mackay. Bishop, Donovan. Coates, Hadley. Back row-Slizeski, Chamison, Updegraff, Iams, Clymer, Classen, Bryan, Leonard, Healy, Barbour, Arrasmith, Housley. NATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL, President . . . . DAVID CLYMER Secretary-Treasurer . ..... ROB HEALY Sponsor .... . Miss RUTH PETTIGREW Upper picture, left to right: Front rowfFraser, Winter, Bigelow, Clark, Peak, Miracle, Miss Bayless, Wilson. Hadley, Coates. Second roww-lVlorri- son, Crow, Tripeny, DeVValcl, Bushnell, Barker, McCracken, Kane, lJeWald, ' Blue. Loss. Back row-Talbert, French, Gothberg, Alston, Friedlund, Wal- ker, Gntz, Jacobson, MacManus, Healy. NATIONAL THESPIAN HONOR SOCIETY President . . lXlARILYN RIIRACLE Vice President . . BUDDY JACOBSON Secretary . . .... PATSY PEAK Treasurer . . ll'lARY ELLEN HADLEY Clerk . . . TEDDY FRENCH Sponsor . . RIISS BEULAH BAYLESS Upper picture, left to right: Front row--Kelliher. Rice. Boyer, Doherty, Miss Feris, Adkison. Tripeny, Minihan. Fisher. Back row--Cantrell, Conger. Nicholas, Arrasmith, Goggin, Barton, Barbour, Murphy, Dixon. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE President . . . NANCY IJOHERTY Vice President . . BILL BARTON Secretary-Treasurer . GRANT ARRASMITH Sponsor . . IXQIISS FRANCIS FERIS Upper picture, left to right: Front rowef-Schoenvvald. Day. Ray, Forsman, Friedlund. Second row---Guile, Robertson, Norman, Kingham. Stenning. Brannon. Hack row-Walker, Updegraff, Craig, Crouch. Nickeson. NATIONAL ATHLETIC HONOR SOCIETY President . . Ron ROBERTSON Vice President DICK STENNING Secretary . ROY CROUCH Treasurer . .... BILL NICKESON Sponsor . . MR. WALTER KINGHAM I 1 Zguwcafims THE MUSTANG Editor . . Rob Healy Business Manager ........ Bob Loss Assistants . . Bill Niethammer, Rob Robertson Class Editor ........ Wilbur Stearns Assistants-Grant Arrasmith, june Bishop, Jean Shaffenberg Clubs Editor ........ Patricia Weaver Assistants-Gilbert Housley, .loan Hagist, Wen- dell Talbert Music and Faculty Editor . . Katheryn Jenkins Assistants--Bob Burwell, June Anne Trevett, Patsy Donovan Sports Editor ....... Delbert Davidson Assistants--Kimball VValker, Gloria McCleary, Bud Updegraff Cartoonist . . . . . . Doris Castle Photographers-Bob Anderson, Delbert Davidson, Bob Forsman, Jim Norman, Douglas Turner Sponsors . . Mr. Bob Williams, Mr. Otis Johnson THE MUSTANG STAFF Upper picture, left to right: Front roww-Loss, Nietham- mer, Stearns, Bishop, Updegratf, Walker, Davidson, Mc- Cleary. Back row-HRobertson, Shafenberg, Arrasmith, Healy, Hagist, Housley, Weaver, Donovan, Talbert, John- son, Burwell, Jenkins, Trevett, White. Lower picture, left to right: Davidson, Anderson, Fors- man, Turner, Norman. THE GUSHER Co-Editors-in-Chief . David Clymer, Bill Bryan Business Managers . . Jim Scott, Vincent VVhite Assistant Business Manager . . Joe Gerdom Exchange Editor . . . . Shirley Jenkins Sports Editors . Ralph Updegraff, Gilbert Housley Typist . . .... . Lois Kasper Reporters, Columnists, Headline Writers, Copy Readers, Feature Writers-Charles Humberson, Paul Barber, june Bishop, Bob Burwell, Edith Brown, Jack Corbridge, Charlotte Cunningham, Joan Daly, Kenneth Classen, Patsy Donovan, Dorothy Dunn, Gordon Dyson, Edyth Evans, Martin Gothberg, Lois Kasper, Kenneth Lamb, Thelma Lyle, Joy Midert, joan Miller, Miriam Poe, jean Marie Speas, Polly Keyes, Mabel Ad- kison, Grant Arrasmith, Katheryn Benell, Sara Lou Boyer, Ruth Coates, Jackie Daugherty, Elton Iams, Marie LaClair, Tom Leonard, Ed Lind- holm, Mary Lee McCord, Neil lNlacKay, Phyllis Marvel, Peggy Pierce, Bob Slizeski. GUSHER STAFF Upper picture, left to right: Front row-Speas, Benell Coates, Donovan, Miller, Lyle, Daly, Poe, Brown, Evans Second row-Dunn, Iames, Arrasmith, Humberson, Leon- ard, McKay, Gothberg, Barbour, Slizeski, LaClair. Pierce McCord, Cunningham, Boyer, Adkison, Midert, Murphy Keyes. Back row'-Corbridge, Classen, Lamb, Burwell Horstmann. Lower picture. left to right: Gerdom, Clymer, Scott, VVhite, Miss Pettigrew, Housley, Updegraff, Kasper, Bryan, Jenkins. 9 9 s A v 70 r, V - O o 5 - 4 .- f 9 lv 611165 ,,f9 3. I a 0 g a ve . o , r U fig I ' ,' n. ! ' '. 'ss ff. QS J 1 '- l .1-'h Q, ' a O i C I , I v' O Fw I v k in Upper picture. left to right: Front row-Claytor, Perdue, Speas. Seidel. Uangllerty, Phelps. VVicke1't. Second row- -Evans, Bowman, Brunk. Ander- son, Foxton, Mrs. Horn, Mrs. Bowman. Murphy, Wilson, Lyhyer. Brown. Third rtwvYVVcaver, XVinter, Kistler, Hanway, Purdy, Stanton, Hurley. Tobias. Belknap. Miller, Jenkins. VVheat. Back row'-VVheeler. Gantt. Midert, Nichols. Long. VVilliamS. Burns, McCracken, Debenham. Doherty, Jonen. Vllight. BIG SISTERS-GROUP A President . . . lVIARGARET BURNS Vice President . PATSY GANTT Secretary-Treasurer . . . . JANE CLAYTOR Sponsor . . MRS. ADA B. BOWMAN Upper picture. left to right: Front row---Arrasmith. Talhert, Bryan. Daly, Baker, Fordham. Second rmwf--flXfIcfarthy, VVickert, Cavanaugh. Swingle, Omstead, Clapp, Dc-VVald. Miss Horam. Hack roxv----Murplmy. Bishop, Clymer, Smlerlwerg, ,RZll'h0llI'. lxhRlllhCl'l2liI1. Miller. RADIO GUILD President . ..... . . . . PAUL HARBOUR Directors . . . . l3n.L IXIIlE'I'HAMMER :md JACK CIORBRIDGIE SCCl'CtZ1l'Y-rFTC'IlSlll'f'I' . . . . A . DIARY COLETTA CHAMBERLIN Sponsor . . . Mlss EVIQLYN HORAN Upper picture, left to right: Front 1-ow---Humberson, Talbert. Gothlmerg. Stearns, Bryan, Arrasmith. Soderberg. Second row--Belknap, B. Foxton. K. Jenkins, Crowley. Colibraro, lVICCOi'd, Benell, Hagist. Brown. Third row- Coates, Jonen, Tobias, Slizeski. Miss Bignell, Classen. XVeaver. Trevett, McCracken. Back row'--Clymer, S. Jenkins, Brunk, J. Foxton. VVhc-at Boyer, Knittle, Suyematsu. Evans, French. ENGLISH CLUB President . . ELAINE CROWLEY Vice-President . . . DAVUJ CLYMER Secretary-Treasurer . . . PATSY INICCRACKEN Sponsor .... . Miss DOROTHEA BIGNELL Upper picture. left to right: Front row-f--Grif'fith. Murphy. Lehsock, Cru'- sou. Second row Kz1uH'mz111. Kasper, Mrs. Keyes, Mrs. Johnston. Van Ness. Buckrow'-fH:11'ke1'. Rooney. Bigelow. Goforth, Olsen. Kc-lliher, Nicholas. Dany. BIG SISTERS-GROUP B President . . AIARION SHUMAKER Vice President . . . . LOIS KASPER Secretary-Treasurer . . PAULINE GRIFFITHS Sponsor. . . . . lNIRS.ADA BOWMAN Upper picture, left to right: Front row eSlizeski, f1Ol'bI'idg6. Johnston, Talpers, Mackay. Lnshy, Lamb. Meenan, Usnes. Second 1'owedK. Jenkins. Wheat, Boyer. Evans. Lintz, Donovan, B. Foxton. Hatter, N. French. Son-gen. Third row--Schmidt. Cnnninghanl. Parker. O'Neill, Tobias. Miss Jones, Trevett, McNeill. S. Jenkins. Hnmberson. Updegraff. Back rowfe-A Classen, Clymer, Bryan. Stearns. Healy. Brown, Dyson. T. French, Talhert, Soderherg. Bnrwell. SENIOR EUCLID CLUB President . . . GEORGI2 BROWN Vice President . . . MARJORIE TOBLLXS Secretary-Treasurer . . . BOB LUSBY Sponsor . . Miss NlEI,L JON ES Upper picture, left to right: Front row--Fritts, Bell, Peck. Mr. VVilliEl!llS. Cook, Keil, Greene. Second row-Bailey, Mcflcary, Boyer. Shutz. Nlathisou, Hein, Davidson, 'Wo1nack, Hathaway. Back row--V-VVard, Murphy, f1O11klil1g'. VValker, Coggin. Binning, Atflerbach, Faulkner, Robinson. JUNIOR EUCLID CLUB President . . . BILL CJOGGIN Vice President . . . . JOE RTURPHY Secretary-Treasurer . DOROTHY HATHAWAY Sponsor .... . MR. BOB WILLIAMS Upper picture, left to right: Front row-J. Foxton, B. Foxton, Debenham. French, Nicholas, Cohee. Back row -Miss Walker, Dyson, Iams, Huckaby. McC1'acken. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA President . . . GORDON DYSON Vice President . . NONA FRENCH Secretary-Treasurer . . VEVA COHEE Program Chairman . . . BETTY FOXTON Sponsor . A . Miss ALICE WALKER Upper picture. left to right: Front rowfAHagerman, Sullivan. Lee, Carr. Frankns. Neal. Second row--Roper, Guthrie. Dean. Casebolt, Cornell. Rossen, johnson. Back rowfAM. Johnston. A. Johnston, Miss Heniry. Selby, Hasket, Hale. NEWCOMERS' CLUB President . . . CLAIR LEE Vice President . . BETTE SHELBY Secretary-Treasurer . . . NIARIE CASEBOLT Sponsor .... . Miss KATIIIJIEEN HEMRY I Upper picture, left to right: Front row-Palmer, VVeiser, VVitt. Lamb, Davenport. Second row'--Mrs. Candelaria, Miss Griggs, F. Davenport. Stout. Murray. Mr. Candelaria. Allegria. Keller, M. Claytor, Fisher. Bell, Sherry. Third r0w+R. Claytor. Britton, Carrera, Hunibersoln. I. Miranda, Griiifitli. Back row-Slizeski, C. Miranda, Talbert, Craig. SPANISH CLUB President . . . CHARLES HUINIBERSCJN Vice President . . . . DICK WITT Secretary . . . CHARLOTTE PERDUE Treasurer . ...... ...... L 01s KELLER Sponsors . . MISS EMILY GRIGGS and MR. MARTIN CANDALERIA Upper picture. left to right: Front row-Swaim. Shafenburg. Bailey, Ilon- Ovan. Gurus. Tre-vett. Back row---Hawley. Conkling. Anderson, Mitchell, Turner, Sims. Osness, Conger, Knobel. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB President . . . PATSY IJONOVAN Vice President . . . BOB ANDERSON Secretary-Treasurer . ....... JUNE ANNE TREVETT Sponsors . . MR. OTIS JOHNSON and MR. BOB WlLI,IAlN1S Vpper picture, left to right: Front row--Coltrane, Benardis. Back roww- Mm'lmrg'er. Frislmy. Hinerman, Mr. Anthes. STAGE CREW Stage Mztnager . ...... CLINTON RIARBURGER Electricians . . . . KENNETH COLTRANE and WAYNE FRISBY Assistant Electricians . WARD HINERMAN and BIATT BIENARDIS Sponsor ..... ....... ll IR. DAN ANTHES Upper picture, left to right: Front row-Roper, Brown, Beach, Penland, Nolan, Fox, Hutton, Galutia, LaFon. Second row-Halley, jones. Brodeen. Clark, Humberson, Peterjohn, Pritchett, Davidson, H. llarto, Foreman, Large. Back row-Miss Toothman, Tripeny, Bitzenholfer, U. Barton. Clay- tor, Day, Carson, Laidlaw, Nichols. HOME ECONOMICS President . . . WANDA PENLAND Vice President . . . . JOYCE DAY Secretary-Treasurer . . SHIRLEY FOREMAN Sponsor . . Miss PETERJOHN N Upper picture, left to right: Front row--Rademaker, Gerdom, Osborn, Tobin, Schooler, Frandsen, Carroll. Tsukishima, D. Cain. Brannon, Cook. Second row-Friedlund. Stenning. Day, Chapin, Ray, Robertson. Bouzizs. Bentley, Sizemore, Kelly. Third row-Updegralf. Christopher, Guile. Schoenewald, Leonard. Murray, Donlin, Noel, Mr. Kingham. Back row-K. Walke1', Gettle, N. Walker, Craig, Nickeson, Crouch, Norman. Forsman, Kirkpatrick. Lower picture, left to right: Osborn, Brannon, Kinghanm. Kirkpatrick. "C" CLUB President . . . DWIGHT OSBORN Vice President . . . . GEORGE BRANNON Secretary-Treasurer . LAWRENCE KIRKPATRICK Sponsor . . . . . MR. WALT KINGHAIW .u Upper picture, left to right: Front row--Schooler, Frisliy, Propp, Daly. Alston, Clymer, MacManns, Norman. Baker. Jefifries, Hancock, Griffith. Second row'--Brown, Bentley, Swanson, Colvin, Burgess, l.0Zl1'. Osborn, Forsman, Miranda, Knapp, Jones, Keyser. Back rowe-VValker, Gallegos, Connors. McLang'l1lin. Bryan. Healy, Robertson, Cc-rzloin, Akers, Uowan, Simms. McBride, OFFICERS' CLUB President . . . JACK SWANSON Vice President . . IJAVID CLYMER Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . IDWIGHT OSBORN Sponsor . . LT. Col.. WAI.TliR NIULLINS Upper picture, left to right: Front row-Anderson, Hoffine, Loss, Bailey, MacManus, VValkei', Cowan, Layman, Gothherg. Second row'-Crow, Coates, Mergimick, Donovan, Bishop, Winter. Daly, Tripeny, Nolan, Penland. Laid- law. Third row-McCa1thy, VVickert, Schoenewald, Tobin, Byron, Burns, Miss Bayless, McCracken,Bowman, Biglow. Lemmers, Bell, Hathaway. Peck. Fourth row--Bullnck, Classen. lJeVVald, Sorgen, Fhapin, Foote, Tripeny, Gantt, Blue. l'JcWald, French. Talbert. A. K. A. President . . . BUBBLES WINTER Vice President . . PATSY MCCRACKIEN Secretary . . . . JOAN DALY Historian . . . BIARGARET BURNS Sponsor . . llllss BEULAH BAYLESS 115 ' iz DLL f 1 I ' S i'WL' K MUSIC COUNCIL Front row, left to right--Rowell, Osam, Fordham, Daly. Clark. French. Crowley. Back row, left to right--Eckhart, Castle, Chapin, Byron, Kidd, McCarthy. FRESHMAN GLEE Front row, left to right'-Berquist. Hinning. Hales. Bowron, Peterson, Adams, Koon, Thompson, Propp lf-ack, row, left to ripzhtYBorchers, Morrison, Evans, Pe-rales, Iiaphelor, Neil, Miner, Smith, lnglehart. Front row. left to right-Wilson, Jonen, Miracle, Dilso, Mendenhall, Midert, Poe, Gantt, Nichols, Trevett, Davidson, Murray. McCracken, Foote, Clark. Second row, left to right-Speas, VVinter. Kistler, Mitchell, Crow, Daly, Shafenburg, Carson, VVheeler, Seidel, S. Jenkins, Burns, Donovan. Lyle, Miller. Third row, left to right --Benell, Swanton, Lusby, Edwards, Tobin, Lamb, Osborn, Fordham, Bouzis, Chapin, Miller, Classen, Bushnell, Knittle, Goodrich. Back row, left to right--Morrison, Burwell, Swanson, Baker, Niethammer, Bentley, David- son, Shultz, Colvin, Tuskishima, Robertson, Bryan, Clymer, Housley Beattie. ll MADRIGAL President '. . JEAN MARIE SPEAS Vice President . DWIGHT OSBORN Secretary-Treasurer . . . JACK SWANSON Sponsor . . Miss GRACE SLIND J v ? BOYS' OCTETTE Left to right: Beattie Clymer B ur well Osborn Fordham Bentley Schooler Lamb SENIOR GIRLS' OCTETTE Left to right: Trevett Nichols Speas Seidel WVheeler Stout Dilso Mitchell Miracle SOPHOMORE GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO Left to right: Thomas Keil Sauter Boyer Clark Chapin Waggoner Swaim Townsend MIXED OCTETTE Left to right: Fhapin l"or1lham Nichols Speas llilso Miracle Osborn Bentley BAND EN ROUTE The Junior Follies band has its picture taken. N. C. H. S. twirlers pause for a snap. The twirlers strut in action. The marching hand at the half. Chinaman Housley woos a Chinese bird. Far away in the hills the king holds his court. An Arab and a maiden. Russians dance in the Nutcracker Suite. SCENES FROM KING NUTCRACKER ,, 1 3-l" 7 ff it I ,f ji '-f"""YXfOY A Chuck Morrison, as a judge, swears in John Gutz as a witness in a scene from the Lafwyrr Linroln. Maharajah Walker greets visitors from a foreign land, including MacManus, Davidson, Bailey and Hymer in Command Pfrformanrr. Flunkie Gutz is distracted in his work by Dorothy Britton in Stagf Door. Actress Clark reads from letter in Stage Door. 97 Chuck Chamison, dressed in an oversized overcoat, mimics a well-known character, who also wears an oversized overcoat. Bubbles Winter as Terry Randell in Stagz' Door. Marilyn Mirale comforts Ma, in Ilrartlms, third place winner in Kiwanis contest. Tobias listens to nurse Tripeny in Dark Wind, first place, Kiwanis one-act play contest. 16.0.5165 5 6 XXINW i 4 E1 ,,,, 1' RIFLE TEAM Upper picture, left to right: Front row-J. Miranda, Bockman, Oler, C. Miranda, Anderson, Faulkner, Steinle, Timish. Back row -Stone, Dyson, Dowdy, VVilliams, Palmer, Wilson, Heinz. Snap Shots Coeds dance at the Annual Coed Ball. The first annual Hobby Show is a success. Among those at the Military Ball were- One of the after-school dances pause for a tintype. DANCES Shots in the shop. M0l'6 shots. Another shot. The girls work in the sewing class. I ' Athletics VX I COACHES MANAGERS Casper's athletic teams have been coached very ably for the past two years under Coaches Kingham, Hathaway, and Schwartz. Walter Kingham, better known as "Uncle Walter," is a graduate of the University of Wyfoming where he played varsity football. He came to Casper as assistant coach in 1937 and since 1940 has been head coach of football and track. Darrell Hathaway is a graduate of the University of Illinois. He formerly coached the Junior High and was assistant coach of the high school for several years. He is now coach in basketball and assists with football and track. - Joseph Schwartz, "Joe College," is also a graduate of the University of'VVyoming where he played football and was an all-conference basketball player. He assists with all major sports and beads the Junior Varsity. CHEER LEADERS Back row-Jacobson, Schooler Front row--Foote, Lester, Swanton i o-I Q C FOOTBALL-1941 B wiv' Front row, left to right-D. Cain, Bentley, Alegria, O. Ray, Osborn, Stenning, Schooler, -I Gerdom, Forsman, Brown, Tsukishima, Colvin, Christopher. Second row, left to right-Friedlund, Kelly, Frandsen, VV. Cook, Chapin, Day, Brannan, Rob- ertson, Meyer, J. Cain, Bouzis, Jim Tobin, Reeves, Carrol. Third row, left to right--Gettle, Crouch, Sizemore, Shonewald, Muller, Noel, Coach Schwartz Coach Kingham, Coach Hathaway, Krusmark, Leonard, Guile, Nickeson, Sackett, Housley Burgess. Fourth row, left to right-B. Ray, Hool, D. Walker, N. VValker, Aiflerbach, Casey, Liembeck R. Cook, Stromberg, Mahoney, Craig, W. VViner, Markland, Yvilson, Sullivan, Panogas, Manager Back row, left to right-Walger, hlanager, Long, Manager, E. VViner, Barry, Washenfelder Martin, Joe Tobin, Laird, Meyers, Meyers, VVright, DeVault, B. Gerdom. 9 O. if Alegria Cain, 1. Crouch Gerclom Noel Schooler Bentley Carrol Day Guile Norman Schoenewald Bouzis Brown Brannon Chapin Christopher Colvin Donlin Forsman Frandson Kelly Leonard Meyers Osborn Ray Reeves Sizemore Stenning Tobin Cain, D. Cook Friedlund Nickeson Robertson Tsukishima 110 l Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper FOOTBALL RECORD . . 0 Billings, hilontana . . . 12 Jordan, Utah .... . 21 Rapid City, South Dakota . 21 Laramie, Wyoming . . . 12 Cheyenne, VVyoming . . 12 Lead, South Dakota . . 0 Rock Springs, Wyfomiiig . 18 Bismarck, North Dakota 5 . 33 Sheridan, Yvyoming . BASKETBALL SQUAD TOURNAMENT TEAM BASKETBALL RECORD Opponent Glenrock, Wyoming . . . . Hemingford, Nebraska . . . Spearfish, South Dakota . . Hot Springs, South Dakota Lead, South Dakota . . . Laramie, YVyoming . Laramie, Wyoming . . Superior, Wyoming . . . . Rock Springs, Wyoming . . Rock Springs, Wyoming . . Sheridan, Wyolning . . . . Buffalo, Wyoming . . . . Rock Springs, Wyoming . Rock Springs, Wyoming . Midwest, Wyoming . . . Superior, Wyoming . . . . Hot Springs, South Dakota Sheridan, Wyoming . . . Glenrock, Wyoming . Gillette, Wyoming . Cheyenne, Wyoming . . Cheyenne, Wyoming . . Midwest, Wyoming . Buffalo, Wyoming . Gillette, Wyoming . Laramie, Wyoming . Cheyenne, Wyoming . . Cheyenne, Wyoming . . Date Dec. 17 Dec. 19 Dec. 20 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Ian. Jan. jan. jan. Jan. 10 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 30 jan. 31 Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Score W'here Played Home Team Opponent Glenrock ...... 34 9 Casper . . . .. 35 14 Casper . . . 20 17 Hot Springs . . 36 24 Lead . . . . 29 44 Casper . . 24 13 Casper . . . 35 23 Superior . . . 35 16 Rock Springs . . 21 13 Rock Springs . . 20 24 Sheridan . . . 28 20 Buffalo . . . 33 14 Casper . . 24 18 Casper . . 32 18 Casper . . 20 23 Casper . . 37 22 Casper . . 36 19 Casper . . 47 19 Casper . . 27 19 Casper . . 41 23 Casper . . 43 41 Casper . . 44 36 Casper . . 33 23 Casper . . 34 15 Gillette . . 57 19 Laramie . . 26 32 Cheyenne . . . 28 44 Cheyenne . . . 29 49 We 0?f"'51-P' J ,4,0,ff' +-- titjatf V hw ewtLil,,- Ulf' 0 , n - , f J' LJJV4 ' , ' Lbtffft gf 0 -wo. r , ' t i. .fgliibf ." . li 'A ,,.x'. Lg fwu' - L fy '-L.- ,J-,4,fsv., J-.L f?5.ui- L D i April 11th April 18th April 25th lllay 2nd llflay 9th lllay 16th Q n a c o ,t.f. TRACK SCHEDULE - -if -'QL Scottsbluff Relay . Telegraphic llleet with Dover, New Jersey , XX if Q i A t x VVy0ming Relays . District llleet . . State llleet Ca , UPPER LEFT UPPER RIGHT JUNIOR CLASS FOOTBALL CHAMPS JAY VEE BASKETBALL CHAMPS Back !'lNN"-Bill'1't'tt. .lAlllXN'ig'. NYilliams, Connor. Parker Buck row ff Scott. Adzmls. Mr. Schwartz, Pcrulcs. llixmixxs, Second row - Guthrie-. Thompson. Mr. Furry. Ilurtz, llrown Front l'UNY'4lf,IlL'l'lZlYf. XNHIICF, AHl'l'11llCll. llill Front row-V-Custer, Elliott, Rlcflcw, CllY!'iCl', Hcxmdersou Q Q V LOVVER 'RIGHT 1-OW PAR LU1 PosT-SEASON BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT SENIOR CLASS BASKETBALL CHAMPS WINNERS Back 1'ow---Satterthwait, Cain. Gerdom, Mr. Stephenson Hawk row flllrroll, Frandson. Beattie. F1-icdluud From row --Mci'ash, Fordham, Barhce, l'zu'roll Front 1'OWf"luCCZlS!l, SIIIHVZIII. Bentley. FOITNIZIIII INTRAMURAL SPORTS 114 GIRLS' SPORTS OFFICERS President . . . Carmella Casciato Vice President .... Gloria McCleary Secretary-Treasurer .Betty June Omstead Publicity Manager . . . Mabel Adkison Sports Manager . . . Sibyl Ondler Upper, left to right--Ideen, Adkison, Swartfager, Ondler, Casciato, Omstead Lower, left to right-Casciato. R. Gibson, B. Crutcher. M. Cl'l1tChCl'5'ALlklS0!1, Left to right-Tolmias, Galbraith, Davis, Hetrick, Higgins Phelps, Ondler, Lowery 115 l . Front row, left to rightfSarles. Crutcher, Foreman, Casciato, Gibson, Higgins, Hetrick, Davis, Onistead Galbraith, Bordeaux, Adkison, Bushnell. Second row, left to right-Beal, Fleming, Sedar, Vliimber. Vance, P. Williams, Shiloas. Green, Brewer J. Phelps, R. Swartfager. Back row, left to right-D. Lowery, Carlson, Cook, Crouch, Pettit, F. Lowery, Ontller, S. Phelps, ldeen, I. Swartfager. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Girls' Athletic Association sponsors team sports in season--soccer, basketball, softball. With the basketball tournament the high light of the year, ye good old Seniors of '42 won the championship. However, from the looks of the class of '45, it might be the Sophomores in '43, Swimming club meets regularly VVednesdays, Dance club Fridays, Tennis, Table Tennis, Bowling, Skating and Riding clubs seasonally. These activities are open to all high school girls who care to come after school and participate. lllembership in the G. A. A. is 100 points, attendance at meetings and payment of dues. The regular meeting of the association is the last Thursday of each month. On January 16, 1942, the G. A. A. gave a colorful Hobby Show and Dance. This event was very popular with the students and hobby contestants. The Hobby Show netted G. A. A. S4-8.00, besides a few backaches and tears and much good fun. G. A. A. has thirty-five active members and twenty hopefuls who plan to reach this goal by June. s 1 f 2 f ff '11 , i - 5 ' ,4 X," f ' ,nf .. , l. 1 I ' fn! ,ff y ,af W I A M f II! IA!!! I Sl! V! 4 ,cf A P, lf N ij l l 1 f 'QV ,J x sf' i J uf.. V"' j ,l-jf! f if ww! 4 , ,,.,',,vf" , " ' I ' ' Q B11 , rj , 1 A 1 I ,ff D THY QJUNN ' f I S It ,O , ly, V N lr 4f.k.f' I J.. andf' 2, M lf L 3 , I ,f 5 JEAN MARIE SPEAS September 2-School daze again! 3-Freshman asks what class he takes seventh period. 4-Enrollment cut. 5-Freshman assembly. 9-Snow-General Motors Assembly. 10-Russell announces that he knows everyone in his classes. 11-Freshman finds out what class he takes seventh period. 12--Billings, 123 Casper, 0. 15-Senior class election. 16-High school girls "kiss the boys good-hy." 17--Advanced Comp. students worry about first theme. 18-End senior class election. 19-Gusher out. Delbert Davidson dresses in Boy Scout suit and aids school spirit. Casper, 12g Jordan, 0. 22-Wayne Cronin quits smoking. 23-Wayne Cronin starts smoking again. 24-Jerry Sullivan, sophomore class president. Doris .Castle, representative. 25-jim Scott,-Junior Rotarian. 26--Casper, 205 Rapid City, 6. Everyone shows up for Executive Council dance. 29-George Scott, freshman class president. 30-Buddly Berquist, freshman representative to coun- ci October 1-Chemistry students says they've failed, and that means all of them. 2--Dance after school-everyone dances but Dick Mulvaney. 3-Kangaroo court. Young Gerdom finally gets his. Casper, 26g Laramie, 0. 6-Freshmen worry about Latin test. 7-Bill Bentley starts to study for six weeks' tests. 8-He quits studying for six weeks' tests. 9-Girls' League Council plans Coed Ball. 10-Gusher again! Everybody goes to Cheyenne, and on to Laramie. 13--Cheyenne, 213 Casper, 19. 1+-Mr. Stephenson's unique one-question test. 15-Dance after school. 118 l l 16-17-Teachers' convention-school closed. 17--Lead, S. D., 13, Casper, 12. 20-Kathleen Crow hopping around on crutches. 21-All senior girls borrowing their boy friends' best suits. 22-Report cards and long faces. 2.3-Coed Ball tomorrow night. 24-Phyllis Kragrud, "Queen of the Ball." 27--Rock Springs, 03 Casper, 0. 28-Miss Feris assigns fourteen-page reference themes to advanced composition classes. More long faces. Z9-Public library filled with adv. comp. students. 30-Mr. Johnson takes Girls' League Council pictures. 31-Homeroom parade. November 3-Bismarck, 63 Casper, 21. 4-Mustang day announced. 5-This celebration is to be held for Sheridan game. 6-"Mustang Queen" campaign going strong. 7-Kistler, Seidel, Clark, and Perdue are the hopeful candidates. 10--Perdue elected first "Homecoming Queen" of N. C. H. S. ' 11-Armistice day parade. Bentley crowns the "Queen" and seals it with a kiss. 12-Cards for reference theme handed back. 13--Miss Shidler's classes plan birthday party for her. 14-Candelaria's fifth period class had "high old time" telling jokes. 17--Betty and Jean Donovan leave for Rapid City, South Dakota. 18--Executive Council members receive pins in assem- bly. 19-Dance in armory sponsored by Ex. Council. 20-Turkey and dressing! 21--Cold turkey sandwiches. 22-Creamed turkey. 23-Turkey stew. 24--Spanish club initiation. 25-Pep club committee meeting. 26-Football banquet. .57-Girls' League Councilltearing their hair about Football Ball. ' 28-Football Ball tonight! December 1-A few basketball players given temporary vaca- tion from squad because their gals kept them out too late. 2-VVhat again! Report cards 10m0rr0W. 3-Here we go! 4-Girls' League Council plans Xmas party. 5-junior Follies. 8-Japan declared war on the U. S. yesterday. 9-"C" pin assembly. 10-Sr. class meeting. 11-Girls' Triple Trio sings at Empire Room for Newcomers' club. 12-Madrigal club dance. 15-Music department has final practice for Christmas program. . Q 16-Xmas program given in the afternoon for high school and at night for adults. 17-Girls' League Council party. Loads of food and un. 1 18--Madrigal caroling party and hay ride. 19-Christmas vacation at last and-oh, oh! more pounds. January S-Lackadasical mood after vacation. 6-Seniors dreading gloom Thurs. 7-Girls' assembly. 8-Seniors take Ohio State test. 9-Ex. Council dance after school. Big, old worn- out success. 12-First defense program started. 13-Seniors start rehearsing for choral marching prac- tice. 1-l-Defense Stamp campaign in N. C. H. S. inaugu- rated by seniors with their 'purchase of S150 bond. 15-Girls' League Council starts plans for Father- Daughter banquet. 16--Hobby Show and dance in gym. 19-Home-Nursing and First Aid classes started. 20-Joe Donlin studying for finals? 21-Don Burgess not getting any sleep for fear he might not graduate. 22-June I.intz got 45 on a physics test! Can you imagine? 23-Student body learns the art of kissing when Don MacManus and Bubs VVinter clinch in "Com- mand Performancef' . 26-How did Mr. Coolbaugh hurt his foot? 27-Big Pep Assembly sixth period. 28--Bill Bentley got away with calling Miss Feris a "toughie." 29-Classen and Clymer playing bridge with the gal friends. 30-All reports that last night's band concert really went over big. February - 2-Someone noticed that S. K. Walsh is getting a high forehead. 3-Annual Staff taking a much needed rest, for a change. -l--Waiting for Ohio State results. 5 H C1 N H H 6-1 at at cs ac Cc 9-Ohio State test returns. Mighty gloomy looking seniors. 10-Students still trying to catch up on the hour lost when the new war time came in. 11-Faculty meeting. 12-Lincoln day assembly. 13-Locker inspection--Pep assembly, sixth period. Cheyenne, 413 Casper, 43. 16-Pep club starts drill for tournament. 17--jr. class assembly, second period. Made plans for rings and prom. 18-Girls' assembly, second period. 19-Air raid shelter theme for Military Ball-Sat. 21. 20-Casper defeats Buffalo. 23-Washington day assembly. 24-Davy and MacManus quit going steady. 25-Davy and MacManus going steady again. 26-Laramie, 333 Casper, 26. -27-Cheyenne defeats Casper: lots of long faces. 119 fl if Q rfnj rw! Q 5 K March 25 2-Girls start military tap drill for tournament. 26 3-Father-Daughter banquet. 4-Military battalion and sponsors have pictures 27 ta en. S-Six Weeks' tests. 30 6-Glee cantata, "Nutcracker Suite." 31 9-Mr. VValsh. visits Douglas high school. U 10-Big Sisters' assembly and pictures. ll-Oh! Oh! Report cards! 12-Douglas band gives concert in assembly sixth period. 13-Orange Guslzrrf only two days away. 18-Pep assembly for tournament. Cheyenne team sat in front row. Whee! 23-VVhat a let-down-the best tournament ever, ended - 2 16-Excitement plus! Couldn't be that tournament is 3 6 17-"C" pin assembly. 7 g-- -junior Prom plans made but we can't make those juniors tell. -Senior class plans a whopper of a senior class day for April 17. -Father Hubbard-first speaker to keep N. C. H. S. students till 4 o'clock. -Dark Winds expected to win first in one-act plays. -Mary Margaret Bigelow best actress-Bob Barbee best actor in Kiwanis plays. April Dean Morgan eats cotton-stuffed doughnuts made by his two domestic daughters. Kiwanis players all exposed to M. M. Bigelow's measles. Easter vacation. if U Lois Hanway shocked. Miss Griggs with one of her jokes. 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