Natrona County High School - Mustang Yearbook (Casper, WY)
- Class of 1947
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From the days of the early pack train to the modern truck transport, from "horse
and buggy days" to the newest convertible coupe, from the little red school house to our
modern high school, the Natrona County Pioneers have exemplified progress.
It is this development We have sought to portray in our 1947 Mustang-and as we
close its pages, We are not only looking back with satisfaction to the accomplishments of
the past, but are cheerfully looking forward to the GROWTH of the FUTURE.
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DEAN C. MORGAN
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Mr. Morgan, having served our school
for almost three decades as coach and
principal and now as superintendent, has
seen it grow from a student body of three
hundred to over one thousand. He has
always believed in progress and has paved
the way for many of the advantages we
now enjoy. His many years of work with
high school students have enabled him to
understand their many actions and to
reason intelligently with their ever-rising
problems. His friendly attitude and pleas-
ant greeting have won the affection of the
entire student body.
S. KELLY WALSH
Mr. Walsh has been a guiding iniiuence
in the development of our school in its
present plant, since in 1926 he came to
Casper as our band master and since he
stayed on to become our Principal. Hy his
planning and his counseling, Mr. Walsh has
aided greatly in shaping an eiiicient and
modern school in which C'asper's citizens
are trained to live happily and prosper-
ously in this growing Wyoming commu-
nity. Yesterday he was a young "blade"
playing his saxophone: today he is the
head of our high school. Remember some-
one has to hand out the penalties, and it is
usually lVIr. Walsh: but do not let him kid
you, Freshmen: those glasses are just a
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MISS RUTH PETTIGREW
MR. DUKE HIMEBAUGH
Head of Com nz vrc1'al
MR. JOSEPH SCIIWARTZ
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MISS GRACE SLIND
MISS FRANCES FERIS
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CAPTAIN ARTHUR DATNOFF
Head of Military D6l7f1l'fl1I071t
MR. WALTER KINGI-IAM
MISS NELLE PATH
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Mn. V. Y. RUSSELL
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MISS ETHEL LINDSI-:Y
MII. WILLIAM HILEMAN
SGT. FRI-ID Baooxs
MISS RUBY MCIBRIDPI
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MR. DAN ANTHES
MISS GWENIIULYN HILL
MISS MAIIGARI-:'r SHIDLER
Miss RITA KELLIHER
MRS. V10LA FRICK
MR. PAUL WHALEN
MRS. GORDON DIACMANUS
Miss KATHLEEN HEMRY '
MR. DANIEL DETI
Miss JESSIE MAE AGNEW
Head of Music Department
MISS DORIS SHALER
MR. Lr:oNAnn S'roNl-:
Mxss BARBARA Mmmnws
Miss D0x,Ln-3 HAGAN
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Miss Amar: WALK!-:R
Mlss MARY GAHRR
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MR. THOMAS DOUGHERTY
MISS PEGGY TOBIN
MISS CLARA FRANCES GADBERRY
MISS ELSIE M1cHALKE
MISS IVA SMITH
MR. THEODORE BUCHOLZ
SGT. LAWRENCE ADAMS
MISS NELL JONES
Head of Mathematics
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Glass of '47
From the graduating class of 1906, in which there were five members, to the present class of over
two hundred graduates is a tremendous step forward, but those five members made the most of the
meager opportunities that were offered them by the schools, and they have become respected citizens
of the communities where they reside. How Casper has grown and how our school has improved can be
realized by a comparison of the pictures on these pages!
When this present class entered the portals of NCHS in 1943, many advantages were theirs be-
cause of the growth and development of the school, while others were lacking because of the war
emergency. There were a few heartaches because of the curtailed activities, but ours was by far
the greater heritage made possible by the interest these early students of NCHS as members of the
community made possible. As freshman we were able to let the world know that we were ready to
accomplish much, and nothing was too big for us to try. Charles fChuckJ Gray was president of
the group that first year. We had so many students getting "C" pins that it was necessary for the DAR
to buy more. The group was well represented in debate, sports, dramatics, band and other worthwhile
During the sophomore year the group continued doing the good work that was begun in the fresh-
man year. Bill Dixon won third in the State American Legion Oratorical contest held in Laramie.
Leroy Swaim was president during this year. Miss Gwendolyn Hill and Mr. Dan Anthes were chosen
sponsors of the group and have continued to serve in this capacity.
When a class reaches its Junior year it really begins to function. Bill Dixon was elected president
and was assisted in conducting class affairs by George Grierson, Neil McLean, Jackie Lackey, and
Katherine Studer. This was the year of the successful Juniversal Follies of 1946, our first big project.
There were many stars in this production, and the outstanding student assistant was Jackie Lackey.
Athletics was coming to the front. Members of the State Tournament basketball team were George
Grierson, George Mackey, Bounce Carlson, and Jim Kirbyg these boys helped to win the state cham-
pionship. Sue Kent and Joann Bagby had made their debut in dramatics as sophomores. To join them
in dramatics were Katherine Krueger, Dennis Sullivan, and Jack Utzinger. Neil McLean, Art Olsen,
Bill Dixon, and Tommy Brock were in their third year of debate, an activity they have handled suc-
cessfully for four years. Neil won the State oratorical contest sponsored by the American Legion.
As we look back on these four years, it is wistfully, for now it is too late to do the things we never
had time to do. We'think of those seventh periods which were taken and the ones we managed to avoid
by hook or crook. Even those skips bring memories of wishing they might happen again. But before
we get away from our main business of the day, the history of our class, what have we done as seniors?
Some of this summary will have to be prophetic as this account goes to press too early to get the com-
plete details. Our high scholarship remains. It appears that many students will be awarded perma-
nent "C" pins, and many others will receive honors. The city, state, and regional winner of the Amer-
ican Legion Oratorical contest was Bill Dixon. Neil McLean won the State Pepsi-Cola Scholarship
and Ruth Dedlow won the DAR award. The football season was "on -again and off again," but the
one big accomplishment was the fact that we beat the would-be championship team of Cheyenne. Bob
Davis was on the Tribune all-state team. Our basketball season was successful without being glam-
orousg we placed sixth at the State Tournament and George Grierson made the all-state team. Now
as we come to the end of our high school years we hope we can go out and take our rightful places
in the world and, most of all, become citizens "who will be a credit to our school."
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KENNISON, PHYLLIS KENT, KATHERINE SUE JEPSON, JOHNSON, JOSEPH A.
KNITTLE, MARY KNUTSON, ELIZABETH MARIANNE LOUISE KASPER, CATHERINE
LARSON, RICHARD L, LATTA, ROBERT L. JONES' JERRY KILLEBREW, JIM
KERALIS, GEORGE LACKEY, JACKIE RAE
KRUEGFR, LEACH ROY H.
KATHERINE E. '
JONES, GLORIA ANN
KIRBY, JAMES RAY
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PARSONS, NORMA MYXY PAULLEY, DON B. NIFITHAMMER, NILSEN, RAYMOND NORTH, EDWARD E.
PETERSON, CLAYTON E. PETERSON, JOAN J. DORIS ANN OLSEN, ARTHUR L. OSBORN, CARLOTTA E
PRII-ISS, BETTY JEAN PRINGLE, HARRY H. NORTHAM, PECKHAM, TED D. PERRY, DALE E.
SHIRLEY ANNE PITTMAN, MERTON D. POTARE,
PEARCE, CATHERINE JOY RAY, PEGGY JOYCE ERNEST BURYEN
PHILLIPS, WILLIAM J. REA, MARGARET
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THOMPSON, JO ANN THOMPSON, STUDER, SULLIVAN, DENNIS L.
TVVFZED, MARTHA JANE KATHERINE ANN SWAIM, LE ROY M'
CHARLOTTE RUTH UTZINGER, SUTTON, TOMLINY ROSE MARIE
WALKER, ANGUS JOHN IWILTON PATRICIA JOANNE' WACK, BETTY
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Bottom Row: Miss Feris, Gene Daly, Mr. Stone.
CLASS OF '48
Classes come and go and it is true that they remain basically much the sameg however, once in
a decade We have one like that of '48 which reverts to the characteristics of their ancestors-venture
some, pioneering, and hardy. Just like other classes, our members "came over" from Junior High ready
to brave the last freshman initiation ever to be held in N. C. H. S. Charles Bechtol was head scout
with John Kapeles number two mang Hugh Campbell was the keeper of the commissaryg and Archie
Kennedy represented our wagon at the corral meetings. In our first year we got our bearings from Miss
Hemry and came off with our share of wampum for scholarship, military, and athletics. Mary Ann
Sichillereff became a scout of long standingg she yelled loud when the Indians came-Cheyenne that is.
In the dry, dry year of '45-that winter when a few changes were made and mostly to initia-
tion-the class merely pointed for 1946. We did move in to the big tent on Center Street for our square
dances, our sparkin', our grub, and our singing school. Head Wrangler-Gene Dalyg sub-wrangler-
Tommy Hayes: grub stake holder-Pat Winborneg camp mover- Dolores Ground. Two old timers
joined our ranks-Miss Frances Feris and Mr. Otis Johnson.
Then came the fall of '46 and we were top men on the Bar-none. New settlers from the East
and South were locating among the old timers. Mr. Johnson joined the gold rush in California and Mr.
Stone located along the Platte and we took him into the outfit. Old town spirit ran high, the party lines
were hot, couples formed and broke. The dramatic movement of the gold-diggers of Central City had
nothing on us for we produced a two-night stand of The Dude Ranch Holiday and all our oHicers be-
came actors-Sidewinder Daly, Punchin' Pete Reasoner, Collegian S-eabeck, Platte River Hayes, and
Little Jane Lester. Then came the spring and for downright good fun, appropriate decorations, and purty
girls We think that our Cherry Blossom Time dance for the Seniors really had the natives looking up.
'irst Row: liarlu-r, Ju Annv: lic-an, Anna Doll: liangrhman, Gwen: liurvh, liarlmarag l!lavkstonL', Roberta: lh'cckcm'idg0,
Jerry: Anson, .loycvt Amos, Eleanor.
or-onml Row: Alla-manrl, John: Apvl, llowarll: Alllvvk, John: Adairv. Frvcl: Baldwin, James: Adams, lioh: licvhiol, Charles.
I'hir4l Row: Argo, liolig lim-attic, Ronald: liouzis, Mike' J.: linriross, Bob: linllimzton, Noul: Iirauer, liill: lianmyrartner,
Jams-s: liailvy, Clark.
l'irs1. Row: liidwoll, Janv: Iloylcs, Marilyn: liunsly, Leola: liurkv, Hvlong Ilitzenhofor, Javkiu: liennutt. liuth: Casey,
Margaret: Carr, Clvdith.
Sm-coml Row: Axv, llarlvy: Carlwm-ll, Stanley: Cokonour, James: Combs, Shirley: Cain, Margaret: Crashley, Mary Alito:
Vhinhnrgz, Joan: Voopvr. Floyd: Cunnimzham. Jim: Chapman, lilakv.
l'hir4l Row: lin-odinv, Slvphvng llrimllc, llolm: llramson, Keith: Campbell, Hugh: Clapp, Russell: Cook, Clifford: Cox, Wayne.
l'irsL Row: Fonnvr, l'atsypzm-nv: Friss, Nallinu: Clark, Marjorie: fallen, Cordell: Connvll, Joan: Carter. Catherine: Dotson,
J vssio: Dougherty, Shirloy.
S4-1-ond Row: Ellis, Jark: D4-Wilt, Mary: lflcklnnml, llm-lon Mae: Dean, Margie: Davis, Rose: Donohue, Pat: Emlwry, Patty:
Doing, Myrna: Cruz, Martin: English, Glen.
'l'hirml Row: Dm-svli, llc-ng D1-1-ka-r, Darrc-ll: Earlv, Toni: Day, Marion: Daly, Gene: Daly, Jorryi Dye, Norman.
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First Row: Fox, Shirley: Graham, Jo: Goodrich, Anne: Goodrich, Edith: Good, Gertrude: Golay, Lorraine: Gantt, Jackie
Second Row: Gale. Elwood: Gibson, Bob: Guthrie, Marvin: Freeman, Hob: Holmes, Milo: Hart, Gerald: Hayes, Tummy
Hammon, Roy: Hunt, Sam: Harris, Harold.
Third Row: Grissom, Bob: Grosz, Bill: Echart, Floyd: Flyr, Rockford: Graves, Dewain: Goodwin, Jim.
First Row: Huey, Jackie: Harness, Margaret: Hart, Katherine: Harris, Marjorie: Huber, Joyce: Hehnke. Polly: Huber
Mary Ann: Jette, Geraldine,
Second Row: lgli-hart, lioh: Johnson, Bill: Johnston, Phil: Irving, Bob: Korn. Don: Kennedy, Archie: Klungness, Gladys
Johnson, Judy: Knutson, Ruthe.
Third Row: Hayden, Kenneth: Higbie, Bill: Hill, Jim: Huntington, Fred: Howard, Harry: Henderson, Stewart: Hall, Ralph
First Row: Lipp, Arlene: Lester, Jane: Kropp, Shirley: Koenig, Marie: Kropp, Betty: Kemp. Clarice: Kuster, Clara
Second Row: Kapeles, John: Leenhouts, Joan: Kelly, Patricia: Kosanke, Muriel: Kamboris, Yeota: Lynch, Patsy
Third Row: Lytle, Kenneth: Leik, Ted: Kruse, Corky: Kofakis, Zack: Kirby, Bill: Lindstrom, Bob: Kyser, Leroy.
llrsl Row: ll1rKinn:-y, Shirlvyg Mvfanily, Shirlvyg Mark, Vmzgzyg M1-Conahay, Margivg Minor, Maricg Marinirk,
Morgan, May: Lowery. lvarl,
-1-:mul Row: Millvr, llill: Malhvrs, Glen: Mm-lllvy, lim-iw: Mnwrvr, Dick, Malloy, Hill: MvGr4-gnr. Francvs: Lylmyvr, Laliay.
lhirel lluw: Mill-nrlvr, la-onarslg Mm-ll'urcl, .lavkg Mvranlla, Holm: M1'Crvady, L1-Roy: Ms'At0v, Sam, Mass, Hx-rluie: Marshall. .lark
irsl, Huw: Nm-lqnn, Wanda, Nnlan, Thvrvsag Nurthrup, lleuryganm-5 Vivrcv, llarlmarag Oslmrnv, .lang Ostlincl. Kuigh: Ulhcisvr,
Aunc-sg l'vnt1-L-nsl, Eilvvn.
Sm-mul Row: Marshall, Wcslvyg l'ikv, Virginia Lev: Plnmmvr. Mary: l'm-tvrsun, llarlvnn-1 l'alu-rson, lim-tty: Mclntubh, llnlwg
'l'hir1l Row: M1-l"arlan1l, Ralph: Munch-ll. L1-0: M4-Guiro, M1-rlc: Mm-rry, Dwaynm-1 Myers, Ralph: l'ulvn. I-hlwin
l"irQl. Row: Ryan. llarli-nv, Richards, llarlvnvi Qnvaly. Ann: Ruliinvtl, lmisg Ringrlv, lfarulvn: Rmml, Rulhiu.
S1-vmlal Rnw: Phillips, .lavkg Rogan, Teal, l'vrkins, Jim: Rush, Dvnnisg Pitts, Um-vil: l'is'k01l, Wvslvy: Ravivh. 'l'u
'l'hircl Row: lla-inlwrgz, llvnryg Run-. Charlus: Rhmlvs. Iiulug Rummol, George: Rvasmwr, l-Imlllivg Risslvr, llarryg
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First Row: Smith, Catherine: Stone, JoAnne, Sechrist, Mary: Schauss, Eileen: Sportsman, Darlyne: Schultz, Virginia:
Sullivan, Betty: Schillereff, Mary Ann,
Second Row: Swedenborg, Murray: Smith, Jay: Stowe, Jerry: Swanton, Pat: Seabeck, Patsy: Steele, Joy:
Spitznaprel, Mary Lee.
Third Row: Rone, Alvin: Rossin, Roland: Rossin, Robert: Stock, Richard: Sherrill, Marvin: Sorenson, Scott: Sheppard, Don.
First Row: Vybiral, Della: Tweedy, Shirley: Virgilio, Lucy: Tobin, Mary Lew: Traut, Kathryn: Snyder, Marilyn: Whitefield,
Gilleta: Shellenbarger, Pearl.
Second Row: Sword, Madolync Struck, Betty: Tripeny, Jack: Smith, DeRoy: Scott, Tommy: Schanck, Josephine: Struck, Viola
Third Row: Treglown, Don: Thomson, Charles: Thompson, Jack: Snodgrass: Bill: Saltz, Bob: Richards, Wesley:
First Row: Williams, Beverly: Winton, Dorothy: Wentz, Betty: Vondra, Betty: Winborne, Pat, Visoky, Florence: Vitto,
Sally: Wirth, Nema.
Second Row: Zumwalt, Jean: Vigil. Alfred: Yingling, Vern: Walport, Fredrick: Schooler, Sam: Wagner, Wilma.
Third Row: Woodcock, Jack: Zimmers, George: Wood, Barry: Wolcott, Neil: Willsey, Merrill: Walsh, John: Zoble, Jerry.
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Top Row: Marie Indergard, Burt Durnell, Mary Ellen Anderson.
Bottom Row: Mr. Daniel Deti, Charles Spaulding, Miss Margaret Shidler.
CLASS OF '49
In the fall of '45, the Spaulding and Davidson Expedition began a four year trek through the
wilds of Natrona County High School. They and their followers were led by the capable and experienced
guide-Miss Kathleen Hemry. Attebery kept their diary while Burridge safeguarded the money and
grub. It was one of the largest expeditions ever to start such an excursion-300 in all. Certain tradi-
tions usually followed by similar groups of explorers were dispensed with and there were no "scalping"
and "hunting" parties with which to contend. Instead, they had quiet evenings around the camp fires
singing and showing off their talents. Many were the honors reaped upon this group for their abilities
and skills. They showed great possibilities for advancement-both in quelling various tribes along
the way and in deciding problems that arose.
The second year of their journey, the party blazed trails that would be followed by future
groups of settlers. Many new explorers gained experience to represent their expedition in the next
years-Ted Layman, Burt Durnell, Dick Henderson, Art Pierce, Chuck Spaulding, Jerry Williamson,
Clark Stroud, Wayne Whetham, Jim Davidson, Gordon Holden, Tommy Hool, and Bill Hileman. The
women also showed their abilities whenever a need arose. One new leader was chosen, Mert Inder-
gard, but Lt. Spaulding was still at the helm. Pistol Packin' Durnell took over the grub and his able-
bodied assistant-Miss Anderson added to the diary. Two new guides were chosen for the remainder of
the journey-Pathfinder Deti, and Trailmaker Shidler. All in all, the second year was a successful one.
Many new "maps" and findings were added to the collection, and many more exciting entanglements
were expected in the following year.
First How: llroi-Ie, Dowrt-aug lieattie, l'atg Ht-uns-tt, lleverly Aung Anderson, Mary l-Illeug Attehery, llarliarag Callisler,
Loy, Apel. Dorothy: Austin. Jaekie: Allemaud, Javkie. Second Row: fl2lI'lSO!l, Kinda: Doyle, llilly .lnneg Dyer, Margaret
lirowuing, lleleug lireekeuridize, Andryg Brown, Eloise: liollum, Carol Ann: lirewer, Vanirhug liaskett, Aung Allemaud
James. 'l'hird Row: Iloehmau, llradg lioyles, Don: lluekiugxhnm, liohg Iiarnes. Ashley: Allan, Emerson: Blain, Hryee
Audvrsou, Ralph: Ayres, David: llonldiu, Gt-ue. Fourth Row: lirewvr, Zac-kg Iiurridgre, Jerry: Alm, Diek: linruett, llolx
Cooper, Maurire: l':mtieltl, Alston: liruukerl, Mike: llrow, l,e Roy.
First Row: Vrow, Dorthea3 Dodds, .luekieg l'olx:in, Shirley: Purnell, lletlyi l'ong:ei', l'arol: Uohee, John: Chesliro, Joann
Flurk, Rosemary: Dolan, Nauey. Sei-ond Row: Davis, Vernon. Donohue, l'1'L!L!NZ Ulalxaugh, l,iunie: Durbin, Charlcia
Dietsvh. Dolores: Dowler, Ethel: Currenre, Nancy: Culver, l'at: Devault, .Io Auug Childers, Eva: Third Row: Dnruall
Ralph: Duruell, linrtg liolihraro, l'hil: Fhilders, Charles: Curry, Skinner: Carlson, Charles: Conley, John: t'harltou, Mal
4-olm: t'hc-sluro, Wally. Fourth Row: Dryer, .lim: Dye, Holm: Davidson, Jimmy, Detleyes, Kenneth: Deason, Clarence
Davis, Tom: Donnelly, Art.
First Row: Ifossnm, lla Von: Ellis, Sylvia: lialnm, Joslyn: lflrirksou, Maris-g Iiolst-her, Katherine: liutehison, Mariraret
Plvaus, Virginia: llntrhisou, l!,amona3 ilollueu, lleruiee. Seeonfl Row: l"rauk, Javkie: Firnelias, Fredel'ic'k: Hzmd, Jerry
tiould, Ted: Fisher. John: Evans. Wayueg Good, Grayee: Garriott, Dorothy. Third Row: Gilardi, Beverly: Henderson
Divkg Gooder, Hrs-utg Ifort-man, Hldong llayuood, Raymond: Harris, Don: Plarushaw, Dave: Hofstad, Gerald: Eye, Melvin
How: Henderson, Louis: Hayes, Jimg livers, l'ete: Holden, Gordon: Grimes, Charles, Goetz, lioh: Good. Vernon
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First Row: Leird, Ruth: Miller, Georgia: Long, Jeanette: Lesley. Nancy: Lybyer, Eileen, McCash, Lucille: Karantzas,
Mary: McConahay, Dorothy: Kerns, Ann. Second Row: Miller, Bill: McCready, Shirley: Matherly, June: Miles, Cecilia:
King, Dorothy: Keasler, Mary Janet: Miller, Katherine: Morris, Helen: Manning, Margie. Third Row: Melvin, Mildred:
Lamon, Peggy: Nelson, Sally: McKee, Shirley: MacKenzie, Mary: McDow, Barbara: Masek, Rosemary: Moore, Joe. Fourth
Row: Morgan, Robert: Neff, Marion: Mathews, Bill: Layman, Ted: McGovern, Bill: Norman, Jimmy: Miles, David:
First Row: Indergard, Marie: Harbicht, Shirley: Happersett, Arlene: Hall, Carla: Hotline, Judy: Hall, Gloria: Harris, Imo-
gene: Hampton, Betty: Heagney, Helen: Jones, Eddie. Second Row: Kelly, Orman: Kyner, Georgie: Kent, Carol: Jenks,
Donna: Johnstone, Chriss: Judkins, Lois: Johnson, Darlene: Johnson, Joan: Kobel, Shirley: Joslyn, Joan. Third Row:
Johnson, Eddie: Harris, Bill: Kirkpatrick, Lillian: Krusee, Pat: Kasper, Tom: Kamboris, Nick: Ketchum, Ernie: Hamar, Max.
Fourth Row: Krehmeier, Jim: Hool, Tommy: Kemmer, Charles: Hileman, Bill: Keller, Mike: Keralis, Frank.
First Row: Roper, Nancy Lee: Rickman, nlilelen Lou: Propp, Phyllis: Pappas,YAda: Pauling. Marilu: Pugh, Lou Ann:
Odiorene, Audrey: Nelson, Marie: Pence, Janice. Second Row: Regan, Pete: Roney, Mary: Reiman, Pat: Potarf, Sally: Rey-
nolds, Shirley: Nelson, Palma: Plummer, Betty Jo: Pavelka, Roselee, Third Row: Ridgeway, Neil: Radden, Gerald: Perue,
Jess: Rune. Marvin: Rissler, George: Rich, Jim: Robb, Don: Pilant, Bob. Fourth Row: Ramage, Bill: Pine, Stephen:
Olsen, Harold: Ohnstad, Don: Payton. Georsze: Pike. John: Peck. Bill.
Ifirwt ltuw' Stcinnian, llarlnarag Story, .It-aa: Sullivan, Kathleen: Sanvhez, Clara: Shugart, llvtty .ll-aa: Shumalu-r, Inna:
Smith, Sanflrag Sandi-ra, l'atria-ia, Shi-rry, .lat'lti4-. Sm-cum! Row: St-1-hrisl, Rally: Smith. Ola lic-llvp Story, Wanda: Srhivr-
1-:ilu-mx, Kathryn: Stilm-N, l.4-util Stum-r, Patsy: Sutphin. liurlxthy. Third Kuw: Struh, l'harlm-In-3 Simmons, Sally: Wil-
liamson, .lm-rryg I'i1-rm-, Art: Stn-ialm-, John: Stallings, Larry: Stn-phoasuli, lit-rniv Ray: Story, Rust-niary. Fourth Raw:
Shu-nfl:-r, .lam-kg Si-ntt, .lavltg Svhulx, Nwlg Spaultlimr, l'hu4'k: Welsh, Danny: Stuutamurv, .limi Sportsman, lflmzviio.
l-'irat Huw: Taylor, .luanng VVa'wtat'f, liunnag Wvnzim-r, Carol: Wells: l4'r:um't-sg lllu-r, .lang Vittu, Mary: W4-hor. Mary:
Yimrliuu, Wymma: 'I'ulvin, ldvt-l-'n. Sn-vuml Huw: Wulfv, lluua: Walvzak, Juanm-5 Wumlt-rly, Curdia: Williams, Juan: Witt.
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Javlt: 'l'ripvny, lhvlng We-lm-li, lhxng Williams Max: lltzimzvr. liill: Walmart, Jams-s. Fmmrth Row: Saltz, Javk: Whvclcr,
linli, Whm-thanx, Waylivg Svhmimlt, William: Wnlft-, Dong Ward, llvrlryp Svclar, Dim-kg Snymlur, liulwrl.
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Following the "Revolutionary War," the initial government was organized. The first President,
George Donald Swanton Washington, relied much on his Secretary of the Treasury, Alexandria Mary
Mitchie Hamilton. John Ernest Vigil Adams, a Federalist, was elected President Pro-tem of the Senate,
.while Thomas Donald Swedenborg Jefferson, a Whig, became speaker of the House of Representatives.
Miss Benjama Kathleen Hemry Franklin was personal adviser to the President during his first term.
Many were the administrative and social accomplishments of '77. The talents of the states-
men were portrayed in a public exhibition. During the ceremony, the oHicers of the state whitewashed
"Capitol" Hill. Then came the highlight of the year for the women-the Candy Coed Minuet. Miss
Dollie Madison Lesley was crowned queen, and Miss Sue Holley Monroe reigned as princess.
Leaders have risen through the ranks to become leaders of their parties. Marie Schulte Clay
and Carl Ginet Webster debated with great dexterity on the floors of Congress. Even that Southern states-
woman, Irene Stiles Calhoun, showed persuasive ability in "diplomatic channels."
The first term produced many brilliant ambassadors and ministers . . . it also walked off with
its share of the Lafayettes, John Paul Joneses, John Jays, and Nathan Hales. In fact, the Hrst adminis-
tration showed great possibilities for its second term.
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Spilznayze-l, Alan. 'I'hir1l Row: Snymlc-r, Winifrvnll Ss-yniorv, lflvvlyn: Srotl, Elllilhf Sn-alwcli, Marilyng Stonv, lN1ary,:ai'c'lZ
Svhultn-, Marin-3 Svholz, .lavkim-3 liovvv, 'l'hc-lmap Ross, llvliyi Ronv, lmoprvnu, Fourth Row: Shafrolh, l'0LCL!y: Stanton.
l,oi-ap Snawn, lilain-1 Spillanm-, l'lv1-lyng Sivillann-, lflvon: Sims, Sylvia, Siallinyrs, Kay: Sullivan, Alia-og Stilcs, lronvg Stcvun,
liowvvn: S1-llly, Marpziv.
l"il'4i, Row: Willsvy, Willuur, Whilv, llalvg VVilson, liillg Sullivan, John, Swanton, lion: Sullivan, Charlvs: Sutton, Raloixrh.
Sm-vonfl Row: Wallvy, l'harl1-wg Yinuling, Rivharcl: Wirth, llylc: Wolfn-, Junior: Wilson, .limmyg Swvllvrilioml, lion, llllom,
124-ol'i:n-. 'I'hir1l Row: Wall, ll:-lon-wp Tully, Rolu-rla: 'l'ollvtt, Alivu: Tillman, Joan: 'l'i'vn1, IA-onag Van llorn. Holly: Wvn-
xinw-r, Maruari-I5 Whilvhorn .I1-an, Zolxlc-, .lill, Fourth Row. Whiirnan, l'a1hs-rin: Thonias, Holi: 'l'vllin-r, liavvl: 'l'allwri,
Willarmlg Van liuru, llana: 'l'anns-r, Louis: Vigil, Hrniv: Vroman. lluanv: Wulfc, lionnim- .lo.
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l"irxl ltow: Maunlm- Fisha-r, Laura Stanlvv, Willim- .lone-4, Minnix- Stanlm-y, Al Svaro, l.a-nis Smith, w72lI'ii Tulvlus, 'IR-ssa llunn.
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1'Il"1' Vl'1lfil'l'. Mats- Whm-ls-r, Auuuwla Adams, Vharlmw Svarv. 'l'hii'sI Row: lfltla Svhallvnlsaurn, Malilx' Wvlxls, M:u,i1,:iv llrlvan.
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BILL PHILLIPS .
NEIL MCLEAN .
JACKIE LACKEY .
BRYCE REEVI-3 . .
BARBARA REEVE .
First Row: Don Swedenborg, Barbara Reeve, Sue Kent,
Warren Carlson, Jackie Lackey, Jane Lester, Tom Hayes.
Second Row: Don Swanton, Howard Ackerman, Neil
McLean, Bill Phillips, Bill Dixon, Burt Durnell, Bryce
Reeve, Charles Spaulding, Gene Daly.
Sladenf Body President
. Girls' Vivo-prcsirlmzf
. Boys' Vice-presirlenf
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Student Body Treasurer
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VVALTER KINGHAM .
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GENE DALY . . . Junior Class Pwsiflwzl
TOM HAYES ..., I arzior Class Repwscfnlatizve
JANE LESTER . . Junior Class Rc'pr0senlative
CHARLES SPAULDING . Sophomore Class Przfsidenl
BURT DURNELL Sophomore Class Rr'1n'0sm1lf1'i1'c-
DON SWANTON . . Freshman Class President
DON SWEDENBORG Freshman Class Rr'p1'cseI1tativr:
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GIRL'S LEAGUE COUNCIL
Sui-1 KENT . . . .... I,'l'l'8ldl"IIf MARIIG INDI-:RGARD . . Corrcspomling Sccreiary
JoAN Pm'i-:nsoN . . . Vice-president PATSY SEABECK . ...... 7'rcasurrr
Bi-:'r1'Y KNU1'soN . 1a'xceutiz'c Sccrcfrrry NELLE PAT1-1 . . Sponsor
Since its first adoption in 18623, women's rights have seen the fruit of its veins everywhere. Be-
cause our state of Wyoming set the pace, the women in NCHS have followed. Today in our high school
is a girls' League Council. This group is made up of four freshmen, four sophomores, five juniorg
and eight. senior girls. These representatives are elected by the girls in their respective classes, with
the exception ol' three senior girls. The Girls' Vice-President is automatically on the council and is
president of the organizationg the presidents of the Big Sisters and the Pals groups are also given
membership. This club sponsors many activities such as the Coed Ball and the Football Ball, and in
general, manage girls' activities in a very commendable manner.
First. Row: Clara Kuster, Patsy Seabeck, VVanda Nelson,
Jackie lluey, Mary Janet Keasler, Pat Winborne, Marie ,
Erickson, Dosee Crow, Marie Indergard.
Second Row: Martha Jayne Nelson, Jackey Lackey, Betty W
Pricss, Joan Peterson, Katherine Studer, Betty Knutson,
Sue Kent, Ria Sullivan, Catherine Joy Pearce.
Third Row: Eulah Scott, Sue Holly, Marion Lybyer, Betty
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First Row: Sue Kent, Jo Eva Fritts, Sue Steich, Charlotte
Tweed, Anne Goodrich, Mary Frances Walczak, Betty Lou
Barnes, Rosemary Masek, Joanne Walczak, Jo Anne Ter-
man, Ruth Dedlow.
Second Row: Iona Shumaker, Muriel Kosanke, Joan Lecn-
houts, Patsy Sutton, Jim Henderson, Bryce Reeve, Roy
Washenfelder, Tommy Hayes, Neil McLean.
ENGLISH CLUB 1
JACK CANTRELL . . . President BARBARA REEVI-: . . . . 7"rvusfn-cr
BRYCE RHEVE . . . . Vice-president CATHERINE Joy PEARCI-1 . . Sw-rvmry
ETHEL LINDSEY ..... .... S ponsor
A bit of delving into the archives reveals the birthdate of this English Club to be October, 1938.
At that time, the club membership totaled forty-two people. Incidentally, it is noteworthy to observe
that one of these charter members, Rita Kelliher, is now with the N. C. H. S. faculty. The original
sponsor, Miss Dorothea Bignell, has joined the faculty at Mississippi University.
This club bases its membership upon competitive testing, holds meetings monthly, and gives
a formal party annually. From '42 to '45, the club disbanded to be reorganized in the fall of '45
with Miss Ethel L. Lindsey as sponsor. This year, thirty members have carried on actively through
a lively initiation, coke sales, sponsoring of dances, and attendance at regular meetings to end a pleas-
ant period of association.
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Alcmmi-:IiAKi:1c . . . . . l'it-e-prcszklenf JOAN DAY . .... . 7'rvnsurcr
MARY Gmzizn . . . ..... Sponsor
As the t'hnmher ot' Vonnneree is to the city of Casper, so is the Pals organization to N.C.H.S.3
both groups are relatively new to us and serve us in the same manner. The Pals, composed ot' senior
girls who are chosen for their personalities and dependability, greet all new girls, other than fresh-
men, entering our high school. Not only does this group help the new students to get adjusted. but
it tries to make each girl feel as it' she had always attended N.C.H.S. Since this group is zltliliatecl
with the Big Sisters, the Pals also assist in school activities sponsored by girls. The Club was organ-
ized in lil-ill.
l"irst. Row: llarhara Arrasniith, Betty Lou Davis, Bur-
lmura Gaines, llorothy Rogers, Katherine Studer, Kathleen
Second llow: Arlene lflriekson, Vivian Wilson, Phyllis
West, .lonn Tlionipson, Norma l,ill'S0l1:-1, flh2ll'l0tt2l Osborn.
'l'hir4l Row: t'eeelia lloherty, Collette Lanioureaux, Arlene
linker, Rosa Marie Mcllonald, .Ioan Day, Martha Thomp-
son, Peggy Ray, Geraldine lberr.
First Row: Carlotta Osborn, Charlotte Tweed, Joan Pe-
terson, Jackie Lackey, Barbara Reeve, Clara Jean Shep-
ard, Ruth Dedlow, Elaine Nevers, Katherine Studcr, Sue
Second Row: Marian Clemens, Celeste Lavin, Barbara
Seelaus, Marion Day, Beverly Foote, Dorothy Rogers,
Betty Fleming, Jack Utzinger, Beverly Stricker, Wilma
f Third Row: Burr Potarf, George Grierson, Joan Leen-
houts, Lee Stiles, Ted Peckham, Dennis Sullivan.
THE GUSHER, which is the NCHS newspaper, has become one of the most active of the
schoo1's extra-curricular projects. It was entered twenty years ago at the postoflice at Casper, Wyo-
ming, as second-class matter. Through the years, changes have come about. THE GUSHER of 1931,
for instance, was an eight page, six column paper, making its appearance once every three or four
weeks. The headline type was the old-fashioned condensed black face. The front page carried the
school motto: "Individual Reward for Individual Merit."
The present GUSHER boasts of the International Honor Award, the highest accorded a school
publication by the Quill and Scroll Critical Service of School Newspapers. Streamlined in form and
modern in makeup, it appears bi-weekly, usually in a six-page issue, with two traditional larger edi-
tions each year: one at Christmas, and the other, THE SLUSHER, on or about April 1.
The staff, sponsored by Miss Ruth Pettigrew, is composed largely of students in the journalism
classes of NCHS, but all others who desire are also entitled to try out for positions.
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First Row: Frank Gardner, Wanda Nelson, Mary Knittle,
Arthur Olsen, Eddie Reasoner, Tom Brock, Neil McLean.
Second Row: Preston Creel, Jackie Bitzenhofer, Helen
Mae Eklund, Anne Goodrich, Muriel Kosanke, Joan Leen-
houts, Catherine Joy Pearce, Bryce Re-eve.
Third Row: Jay Smith, Roy Leach, Bill Kirby, Roy Wash-
enfelder, Mary Loutas, Gay Gould, Barbara Reeve, Phyllis
Watts, Shirley Northam, Jack Utzinger, Ruth Dedlow,
Fourth Row: Sue Kent, Mary Ann Schillereff, Charles
Bechtol, Murray Swedenborg, Don Brause, Eileen
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
ART OLSEN . .... President RUTH DEDLOW . . . Svw'vI41ry
ToM BROCK . . . . Vice-president Roy WASHENI-'1-:Lni:R . . Treasurer
DOLLIE HAGAN . ....... Sponsor
Since the world began there have always been geniuses-from the Galileos and Bacons of
yesteryears to those of today. Well, NCHS has its own brainsg in fact, a whole group of them-36
to be exact.
Our club, the Orange and Black Chapter of the national organization, sets before high stu-
dents four ideals as goals: Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service. Every year since its
installation in 1927, Miss Dollie Hagan, sponsor of the National Honor Society, has selected the upper
ten per cent of the seniors, and the upper five per cent of the juniors for membership. This year the
lowest senior average was 1.823 the lowest junior average, 1.48. Our hats off to the Einsteins of
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NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE
llllil. lHxoN . . I'rcsidci1f Tolvl Bltocii .... Secretary
Am' 0i,si:N . . . . l'if-e-pwsifleizf CA1'1nf:n1Nn .lov Pmiu'r: . Secretory
Ifimscizs Fi-:ms . . . ..... Sponsor
Among the oldest clubs in Natrona Countty lligh School fwe secretly believe that in point
of continuous school service and existence it is the oldestl is the National Forensic League which in
1921! was founded from the original Pnyx Societysthe old time debatin' society founded by Leslie
llanis and inherited by Frances Feris. The first meetings of the Pnyx were held in the auditorium of
the high school building which stood where the present court is located. Names on the roster such as
llarold lleiser, Norman llansen, Hugh Hinds, Irving Garbutt, David Edwards, and Fred Hufsmith
now stand for leaders in Casper and outside also-a navy commander, a business man, a teacher, a
newspaper man, a minister, and a radio announcer.
Through the years, our debating club has worked to serve the school and the community.
We have had a lot of fun and we have won our share of honorsg we have taken Casper as far as
Boston, Oklahoma City, Beverly Hills, and Terra Haute, Indiana, we have sent our graduates to
practically every noted university, college and academy in the nation: we served in every branch of
the armed forces. Our picnics on old Casper Mountain and in Jackson Canyon have become tradition.
A certain group of us will never cease to bore our friends with talks of California and the San Fran-
cisco World's Fair.
Coming down to lil-16-47 we are bidding good-bye to as line a group as ever came from our
predecessmvrs---Ruth Iledlow, Katherine Krueger, Catherine Pearce, Bill Ross, Bryce Reeve, Bill Dixon,
Tommy Brock, Neil McLean, Art Olsen, and Jack Utzinger. These
people have made friends in Laramie, in Longmont, in Cheyenne, -
in Regis, and in llenver and they have won their plaques and lov-
ing cups. We wish them God speed out into a new life in university
Arthur Olsen, Toinniy Brock, .lack lltzinsrer, Joyce Bed-
saul, Marie Schulte, Bill llixon, Neil McLean, Cordell
Cullen, Ruth lledlow, Katherine Krueger, Muriel Kosanke,
Skipper Curry, Catherine Pearce, Ashley Barnes, VVayne
Evans, Philip Colibraro, Gene llaly, Don Sheppard, Bryce
Reeve, Carl Ginet, Virginia Evans.
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First Row: Betty Fleming, Celeste Lavin, Wilma Galles,
Sue Kent, Charlotte Tweed, Joann Bagby, Clara Jeanne
Second Row: George Grierson, Lee Stiles, Beverly Foote,
Ruth Dedlow, Jack Utzinger, Bryce Reeve, Barbara Reeve,
QUILL AND SCROLL
CLARA JEANNE SHEPARD ..... President BURR POTARF . . . . 7'rens1n-rr
GEORGE GR1ERsoN ...... Vice-president BARBARA SEELAUS . . Svcrofnry
RUTH PETTIGREW . . . . . . Sponsor
Members of Quill and Scroll are among the most industrious people in our busy portals, for
they assist in managing and editing the school newspaper, THE GUSHER.
The NCHS chapter of this international soziety is one of the oldest organizations in the school,
having been granted its charter twenty years ago-on March 29, 1927, to be exact. Every year since has
added to the original group a quota of from twelve to thirty-five high school journalists.
Members include students of the junior and s-enior classes who have achieved outstanding ac-
complishments in some phase of journalistic work, who have met the requirements of the organization
in scholarship, and who have accumulated at least one-hundred inches of their own writing in print.
Ali'I'0I,Sl-IN . . . . .... . IlI'CSf!ll"lIf RUTH DEnLow AND BILL DixoN . . Ilia-error-s
KA'I'lll'1llINl-I Kiclinui-in . . Ser-remry-Treasurer GVVENDOLYN HILL ..... . Sponsor
In the Radio Guild organization one immediately sees evidence of the growth of the commu-
nity whether it be school, local, state, national or international, for radio is new. In fact, the Radio
Guild is one ol' the newest organizations in the Halls of NCI-IS. Organized in 15136 under the direction
ol' Fred llufsmith, who is still active over KDFN, the club has put on a variety of programs. The
Question Box and a number of other shows have been produced by the Guildg but the one which has
been the most active-even during the war when it was difficult to carry on such a programvis the
Weekly Ileadliners program. This year, the Guild has initiated a new program known as the High
School llit Parade.
ln addition to this field of work, the morning announcements and the football games were
announced by the members. This group symbolizes the growth of the community and it is anxious
to aid in its advancement.
First Row: Anne Goodrich, Jane Bidwell, Jim Kirby,
.Ioann Bagby, Bryce Reeve, Katherine Krueger
Second Row: Bill Dixon, Tommy Brock, Ruth Dedlow,
Jack Utzinger, Art Ols-cn, Pat Seabeck.
First Row: Betty Shugart, Emma Jean Thompson, Iona
Shumaker, Vaughn Brewer, Ann Baskett, JoAnn Terman.
Second Row: Virginia Evans, Jackie Witt, Joan Barker,
Eileen Lybyer, Anne Goodrich, Jackie Sherry, Georgia
Third Row: Audrey Breckenridge, Rosemary Masek, Patsy
Culver, Nancy Currence, Eloise Brown, Cledith Carr,
Cordell Cullen, Helen Mae Eklund, Gene Daly.
Fourth Row: Nancy Dolan, Margaret Hutchison, Cath-
erine Schierenberg, Joan Johnson, Sally Potarf, Lou Ann
Pugh, Barbara Reeve, Ruth lledlow, .lack lltzinger
EDDIE REAsoNER . . President GENE DALY . . . Sw-remry-7'reus1o'f'r
Jo ANNE BARKER . . l"icv-president RUBY MCBRIDE ......... Spmzxor
Are you trying to recall the oldest club? Well, thenwcome with us to ancient Rome. The
Latin Club began with Romulus and Remus thousands of years ago. Miss Ruby McBride, the sponsor,
was educated by Virgil himself. Many traits of this artistic and intellectual race can be seen in the
people of todayg namely in the present group in NCHS. The members have monthly meetings for the
purpose of enriching one another with the "Glory that was Caesar's"-Mthe togas-the laws-the foods
-the dress-the customs-and even the love life. At the close of each year, the members hold an
annual Roman banquet, consisting of authentic Roman delicacies served by burlap-clad slaves to the
reclining guests. So, if you have a l or a ll average, adjust your time machine and join Aeneas and
lll'Ill'l'll'l Hoi-:limo . . . l'i-vxiflwnf GEM M'l'DIPY
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lVlAlClI,YN Srwoizic . Sfw'wffri'y UANIPI Dru Nponsoi
Soy, St-nor! llid you know that for ulnioet a thiid ol .1 L 1 lu bltsx 1
with still'-inzulv sm-noritas und cahullvros who boast ol' than wi 1 . U at .io it 'I 0 t 4 t
studt-nts ot' Spanish had two lu-y words for all convors , ant N Sinn tha timt niorun
Sllllll'IIlS havt- nizult- an addition: Puodtf Quo Si fmaybt xml WL mux at ni ut muon 1
unswt-rs tit, any sittiation--vvvii in South AlNl'l'lt'21.
Svriously, not only docs tht- t'ii't-ulo Eslmzxnol conun ld Q on .uigufgt 1 ixo gi ts 1 git
dm-:nl ot' zittt-ntion to tht- history and K'LlSl0lllS of our South Amuu in nugh 018 Slllil South Anuiit 1
is an up and voniing part ot' tht- world, it might help us to LlIltlll'wtdllt it by Ll Ot touixt most ot 1
:wtions ol' thi- Ul'j,1'2llllZ2ll,l0ll aim- ol' a hiss diplomatic natuu 1nd it IT1lttlllLl'N tht twtntv flu niunx X
discuss "calmly", poi-oxido, "food for thought", and pw' dps c U ongx T L gr oup llltltlklltl x
vz1i'iivil thvii' way into thu vluh by "raising: thc L'ui'vu" ax l'ltSllllllI1 and sophomo LN, X IL t L tillt
yt-zu' studs-nts wore givvn an automatic invitation to join flul llll,
First. Row: Viola Struck, Betty Lou Davis, Bt-verly Foote,
Marilyn Snydcr, Charlotte Tweed.
St-voiitl Row: l,oi't-tlzt Brown, llclcn liurkv, Kathleen Daly,
lioth Spawn, Carol Conga-V, Dorothy Sutphin, Sylvia Ellis,
'l'hii'd Row: Stvvt- llrodint-, Floyd t'oopoi', Bill lligbiv, Jay
Smith, lit-rtiu tion-rimf, Shir-It-y llz1i'hit'ht,, Nancy Ropor,
lit-nny Sullivan, C'at,hc-i'iiic- Joy llC'2ll'l't', Alston Cilllliltlltl.
First Row: Dorothy Beyer, Sue Kent, Joann Bagby, Shir-
ley Marshall, Beverly Stricker.
Second Row: Katherine Kasper, Velma Firnekas, Char-
lotte Tweed, Jeannine Hill, Evelyn Rice, Clara Jeanne
Shepard, Joan Clark, Doris Niethammer.
Third Row: Mary Charles Plummer, Elaine Nevers, Mar-
garet Kasper, Ruth Lowry, Beverly Foote, Jean Callister,
Shirley Brunk, Shirley Northam, Barbara Seclaus, Wilma
Galles, Ruth Dedlow.
Fourth Row: Evelyn Byer, Mabel Allison, Janice Jackson,
Martlla Jayne Nelson, Betty Priess, Charlotte Bennett,
Mary Knittle, Patsy Sutton, Caroline Lockner, Betty Lou
Barnes, Margaret Small, Nancy Chapman.
Fifth Row: Marie Deason, Joan Agenstine, Marian Clem-
ens, Celeste Lavin, Catherine Joy Pearce, Barbara Reeve,
Lois Bystrom, Gay Gould.
CATHERINE JOY PEARCE . . . . . President MARIAN CLEMENS . . Swfrvtary
MARTHA JAYNE NELSON . . . Vice-president CELESTE LAVIN . . . . Trvasurm-
NELLE PATE . . . . . . . . . Sponsor
Is it the Pony Express station, postoflice, or the general exchange? Ever since 1939 curious by-
standers have watched Big and Little Sisters place notes on the 'bulletin board in the Girls' League
room, especially in the fall of each year, and here is what they have discovered:
The Big Sisters organization is made up of senior girls who have a high three grade aver-
age, and who possess dependability and leadership. Each Big Sister has three or four little sisters as-
signed to her at the beginning of school year to Whom it is her duty to give advice and to help out in any
way she can. This aid ranges from getting the Little Sister a date for the Coed Ball to translating
her Latin. The senior girls meet twice each month, they also try to give support to the Girls' League
Council in its undertakings.
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lll'INNlS So1.1.ivAN . . . . l'1'f'e-prvsirlwif JAUK UTZINGKR . . . Tl'f'USIH'ftl'
KHNNI-:'rn Uiw ......... Sponsor
We can well remember reading about the tradegies and comedies of ancient Greece and Rome:
but, today we can still behold plays of this nature in our own NCHS auditorium. These performers
of our time, after donating one hundred hours of work either on the stage or as part of the produc-
tion crew, earn ten points and are called Thcspians.
This club is a national organization: henceforth, each member is honored, not by a wreath,
but by receiving various degrees of titles. For instance, twenty points entitles him to be called a one
star Thespian, while thirty points, il double star Thcspian. The actor who stays with the works of a
modern Aeschylus long enough to carn forty or mare points is named an Honorary Thespian.
The all-school play sponsored by the cluli this year was entitled "Our Town." Since the scen-
ery in this production was left almost wholly to the imagination of the audience, one almost thought
himself to he seated in an ancient theatre. The schfiol and community regrets to los: many of the sen-
ior dramatists, but it knows that "Time Marches Cn," and that it will be favored in future years as
it has been in the past.
First Row: Shirley Northam, Katherine Krueger, Jean Zumwalt, Toni Earle, Peggy Houston, Leoti
Stiles, Betty Knutson, Marie Minor, Sue Kent.
Second Row: Jack Tripeny, .lack Utzinger, Ted Peckham, Jim Sewell, Henry Reinberg. Lee Stiles, Max
llill, Harry Larson Bob Tripeny, Gene Morton
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First Row: lietty Green, Don Strasheim, Janice Pence, Gerald Ilof-
stad, .Ioan Hillman, Art Donnelly, Marjorie Clark. Wilhert Alsing,
Ronnie Joe Wolfe, liobliy Streeter, Irene Stiles, Melvin Fisher.
Second Row: Marie Neff, Cecelia Miles, Ted Peckham, Stephen Pine,
lietty Markohrad, liaeel Tillier, Edna Eccles, James Miles, Jeanne
Tillman, Lee Stiles, In-oti Stiles. Walter Evans. Axrnes Olheiser.
Charles Krieger, Jack Utzinger, Esther I'ldgerton,
Third Row: Jo Graham, Wolf Loehner, Beverly Williams, Adam
liochner, Evelyn Seymore, Malcolm Charlton, Lois liystrom, Dean
Welch, lim-tty Patterson, Rudy Gomez, Marjorie Moore, llon Wolfe,
IRENE S1'1LEs AND JACK Seorr ..... . . IN-vsidcnfs
MARJORIE MooEE AND BONNIE Jo WoLI-'E . . Vine-presidenfs
LEE STILI-:s .......,.. . . Reporter
GERALD HorsTAD . . Treasurer
KATHLEEN HEMRY . . . . Sponsor
"I'm from Texas. Where are y'all from?"
'tOh, I live on a ranch about eighty miles west of here."
"That first week here in NCHS was really rough. I didn't exactly get lost but I didn't feel
at home either. Everybody knew everybody else-but mei"
"And ME! But then, it Wasn't long' until we had that first Newcomers' party-the picnic
in the park where we all got acquainted."
'tThat was almost a Southern reunion. But I think we had more fun at the Hallowc'en party.
There were people from Connecticut to California, and from Montana to Texas."
"Remember the dance up in the Junior College lounge! That was super!"
"And there were seventy members and guests at the swimming party. Some of them were
we-'ve made here in NCHS. That was really fun-but when I think of the theatre and roller
get-togethers too, I just can't decide which is best."
"I believe we have as much fun earning the money for entertainment as we have spending it."
"That's right! I wonder what the Newcomers will be like next year?"
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Walter llighie, Russell Ellis, Jim Sewell, Roy Washenfelcler, Jay Smith
But'l'alo Bill has nothing on the NCHS Rifle Team which was organized as early as 1031.
Although improvements in rifles have been made since those early days, our team still shows great'
skill with these mo-dern weaponsg in fact, each member of this club with his faithful Matinda or his
sharp-shooting Hess has brought honor to our school through participation i11 rifie meets all over the
At the elose oi' the season, the highest scorer reeeives a medal while the ten members with
the best averages reeeive orange "C's". Much credit is due to their eoaeh, Sergeant Brooks, for the
sueeess ol' this team.
llulr' NVIIS Svore
January 135- 1
FLE MEETS DURING THE YEAR
Izaak Walton Rifie and Pistol Club,
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South High, Denver, Colorado
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who rim up the high scores
Picture at Right :
Helen Banner, Coach Bowman, Nell
Grieve Kimball, Blanch Baker, Eileen
Sullivan Donlin, Ruth McDonough,
Hazel Adams Weidner, Eunice Smith
Purdy, Irma Patton Brooks. Cham-
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Chuck Spaulding, Robert Houston, Benny Minor.
Kapeles, Bud Simm
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Row: Wesley Richards, Archie Ken
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Irving, Gene Daly, Bob Iglehart, Burr Potarf, Steven Brodine, Norman Dye.
Fourth Row Mert Pittman, Bob
Rapid City, S. D.
Blu. IIILIQMAN Rmzsrzri. SOUTHALI.
14 Casper 6 Here
6 Casper 0 Here
7 Casper 0 There
13 Casper 14 Here
22 Casper 0 There
13 Casper 20 Here
0 Casper 12 Here
26 Casper 4 There
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December 27- Billings 29 Casper 39 Here
December 224- Billings 14 Casper 35 Here
January 3- Laramie 24 Casper 25 Here QOTJ
January 4- Laramie 27 Casper 37 Here
January 9- Rock Springs 34 Casper 32 There
January 10- Rock Springs 29 Casper 30 There
January 11- Rawlins 23 Casper 25 There
January 14--- Midwest 30 Casper 36 Here
January 17- Buffalo 28 Casper 57 Here
January 18- Rawlins 18 Casper 24 Here
January 24- Rock Springs 44 Casper 51 Here
January 25- Rock Springs 30 Casper 24 Here
January 30- Laramie 33 Casper 35 There
January 31- Cheyenne 53 Casper 23 There
February 1- Cheyenne 55 Casper 14 There
February 7- Gillette 20 Casper 40 Here
February 8- Sheridan 41 Casper 44 Here
February 13-- Gillette 31 Casper 37 There
February 14- Sheridan 32 Casper 34 There QOT1
February 15- Buffalo 16 Casper 59 There
February 21- Cheyenne 42 Casper 31 Here
February 22- Cheyenne 39 Casper 30 Here
March 1- Midwest 39 Casper 42 There
District Tournament-Gillette, Wyoming-March 6-7-8
March 7- Newcastle 19 Casper 47
March 8- Sheridan 44 Casper 31
First Row: Bob Hutsell. George Mackey, John Dailey, Bill Phillips, Duce Swanson, George Grierson Warren Carl
Second Row: Jay Smith, Stanley Cadwell, Archie Kennedy, Mr. Schwartz. John Kapeles, Mike lillll7l DeRoy Smith
'l'hir4I Row: Jerry Zoble, Kenneth Hayden, Jim Kirby, liob Houston, liill Ross, Art Iurre
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ns ow Gone Daly, Don Barrett, June Lester, lVIai'ic
muguml Wilma Gzlllvs, Martha Jayne Nelson, Georgu
Suomi Row: Neil Mc-Lean, Suv Kent, Catherine Joy
Pearce, Ernie Vigil.
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In couplets, did old-fashioned poets
That's why this column is such a
3-"Hey, do you mind?
We're back in the grind !"
9-Big Sisters' Club to organize,
Big job ahead, they realize.
13-In an assembly, cheerleaders selected,
Schillereff, Bagby, Walker, and Davis
-Stadium is full, what's the reason?
Game with Billings-first of the
-Miss Gaber meets with her new group
In one of the very few intervals.
20-Over the wrong goal line the football
Rawlins defeated us with a score, six
to zero. '
-Our players go to the southern part of
fEvery twenty-five years, we let
2-The Gusher Staff their first issue
Price per semester: only sixty cents!
Center Mackey crowns the "Mustang
Couldn't be Derr--yes--it's Geraldine!
-Locomotive: "Yes we can, yes we can,
yes we can,"
And we did, we BEAT, "Beat
3-Casper host to the Teachers'
4-Students give vacation their full
11-Game with Cody in their town,
They know the meaning of the word,
George Grierson wins honors in Safe
CTO Be Continued.D
17-Crash! CGrierson lost his title, lf you
18-Rock Springs brings to Casper their
P. S.: The Mustangs kicked, they
didn't use daggers!
18-Senior-Freshman Assembly enter-
Participants deserve our full compli-
19-In the gym at our annual Coed
Lesley, queen, Holley, princess, con-
gratulated by all.
2-"Our Town," the all school play,
On production, yesterday and today.
11-Many an eager Casper fan,
Watches football in Sheridan. '
21-Cleeton Inventory, for seniors, a
"Flippo" doomed to be college teacher.
21-Juniors in Bar-O Dude Ranch Scene,
We'll have to admit-'twas pretty
23-Nine speakers, after making a jaunt,
Bring honors home from a meet at
26-Senior Bob Latta is no wallflower,
In physics, he has the highest horse-
27-Miss Pate, dean of women, just new
Makes quite a showing at the Football
28-Celebration and Thanksgiving recess,
Everyone ate turkey to excess.
7-For the first time in many a year,
Debaters have a tournament here.
9, 10, 11-Evaluators galore!
Need we say more?
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12-Mr. Walsh is making a collection,
Turn in your water pistols-NO
exception! ! !
19-Christmas assembly given by
'Twas "beautiful and fitting," is every
20-Since Christmas spirit is in the air,
Vacation, again, if you're not aware.
21-To basketball our boys turn thought,
And to beat Lander, they really
27-Against Billings we piled up a victory,
28-Again, and this makes honor number
6-Back to school, and how glad we are,
We have a new librarian, Mrs.
20-Students discover "Cornelius the nut"
over locker 311.
Mr. Walsh granted title of "Sucker
22-Miss Tobin does modeling for the
Just look in the ads, below the spaniel.
27-OHIO STATE TEST-you bet!
Seniors are wondering how dumb kin
7-Debaters travel down Chian way,
McLean takes honors without delay.
10-An honor did the D. A. R. bestow-
That of Good Citizen, upon Ruth
14-This week speakers are in the "big
Brock takes honors at Denver Uni-
'14-Ten seniors take the Pepsi-Cola
Guess some people with brains are
14-Because of George's "C" pin, Joe
"haud" to "daunce",
He acted as if "aunts" haunted his
16-Everywhere, everywhere, Memory
Teachers are starting to give dirty
21-After seeing NCHS talent in an
We thanked the directors: Lackey,
Daly, and Lindsey.
21-Cheyenne is here for basketball and
In one event, we gave them a
6, 7, 8-Our rifle team defeated South High
They're very good, we can't deny!
19-The halls seem pretty empty today
Most absenteers are down Laramie
19, 20, 21, 22-Our team got second in the
And then placed sixth in the state
after one defeat.
28-Bill won in the state with his oration.
We hope he goes on to top the nation.
28-At the thirtieth annual Millitary Ball
Lt. Col. Ernest McCrary topped them
1-On April Fool's we received the
This time it was in the form of a
3-After two years it's back,
18-Our debaters can't sit still a minute,
There's a meet at Laramie, and
they're in it.
18-This morning the seniors their cos-
After the assembly, it is their ditch
2-The Junior Prom given in early May
Was the perfect ending to the Dude
28-After baccalaureate and graduation
The seniors prepare for their life's
29-School is out so ring the chimes,
And that's the end of these two-line
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ACKERMAN, HowARn JAMES
Junior Follies 33 Crack Drill Squad 3, 43 Crack
Platoon 43 Commissioned Oiiicer 43 Military
Representative 43 Student Council 4.
AGENSTINE, JoANN MARIE
Junior Follies 3g Newcomers' Club 13 Big Sis-
Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 4.
ALM. ARCHIE J.
Varsity Football, Class Basketball, Madrigal 43
Stage Crew 4.
ANDERSON, LESLIE G.
Non-commissioned Officer 2, 3, 43 Home Room
Representative 23 Class Team Basketball 2, 3,
43 Senior Freshman Assembly 43 Senior Class
Day Assembly 43 Commissioned Officer 4.
Junior Follies 33 Pals 43 Senior-Freshman
ATKINS, RIcI-IARI: RAY
Swimming Team, Life Saving, Swimming and
Life Saving Instructor.
Cheerleader 43 Triple Trio 2, 3, 43 Madrigal
3, 43 English Club 3, 43 Junior Follies 33
"Junior 'Miss 23 Gusher Staff' 3, 43 Senior-
Freshman Assembly 43 Big Sisters 43 National
Honor Society 4. ,
BAKER. DOLORES ARLENE
Junior Follies 33 Madrigal 43 Pals 43 "Our
Town" 43 Coed Ball Committee 43 Football Ball
BARNES, BETTY Lou
Latin Club 33 Junior Follies 33 Senior-Fresh-
man Assembly 1, 43 English Club 43 Big Sis-
ters 43 Girls' League Council 23 Executive Sec-
retary, G. L. C., 2.
BARNES, CECIL V.
Crack Platoon 4.
BARRETT. DONALD E.
Junior Varsity Basketball 23 Varsity Basket-
ball 3, 43 Varsity Football 33 Freshman Class
Representative, Home Room Representative 3
Junior Follies 33 Kangaroo Court 43 Class Bas-
ketball 1, 23 Canteen Council 43 Student Coun-
BAUMGARTNER, TIMOTHY CHARLES
Buffalo High School3 Saint Patrick's, Sidney,
BENNETT, CHARLOTTE MARY
A.K.A. 13 Junior Follies 33 All School Play 43
Big Sisters 4.
BEYER, DOROTHY ELLEN
Big Sisters 43 Junior Follies 3.
BRAUSE. DON D.
Astoria, Ill., 13 Class Basketball 13 Canton,
Ill., 23 Baseball 23 Senior Band 2, 3, 43 March-
ing Band 2, 3, 43 Swing Band 1, 43 Junior
Follies 3, 43 National Honor Society 4.
BROCK, TI-IoIvIAs P.
National Forensic League 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary
N. F. L. 2, 3, 43 Radio Guild 3, 43 National
Honor Society 3, 43 .Spanish Club 1, 2, Secre-
tary 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43
Annual Staff 43 "Junior Miss" 2.
Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 4.
Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 4.
BYSTROM. Lols ANN
Junior Follies 33 Spanish Club 33 Big Sisters
43 Madrigal 3, 43 Daniel Webster High School,
Tulsa, Oklahoma 1.
CALLISTER, E. JEAN
Pep Club 13 Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 4.
CANTRELL, JAcK L.
Freshman Glee 13 Junior Follies 33 Junior
Prom Committee 33 English Club 3, 43 Presi-
dent 43 Boys' Glee 43 Senior-Freshman As-
sem-bly 43 Madrigal 43 Commissioned Officer 4.
CARLSON, WARREN R.
Student Body President 43 Junior Varsity Bas-
ketball 13 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 43 "C" Club
3, 43 Softball Champions 33 Home Room Rep-
resentative 33 Senior-Freshman Assembly 43
Student Council 43 Gusher Staff 43 Commis-
sioned Officer 4.
CHAPMAN, JoI-IN W.
CHAPMAN, NANCY MAUDE
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1, 2, 33 Senior-
Freshman Assembly 43 Coed Ball Committee
43 Football Ball Committee 43 Big Sisters 4.
CLARK. JoAN L.
Kangaroo Court 13 Junior Follies 33 Junior
Prom Committee 33 Football Ball Committee
43 Coed Ball Committee 43 Madrigal 3, 43 Big
Sisters 4g Senior-Freshman Assembly 4.
CLEMENS, MARIAN W.
Madrigal 33 Gusher Staff 43 Junior Follies 33
Latin Club 33 Big Sisters 4.
CORBIN, MILTON LEWIS
COUGHLIN. JOHN P.
CREEL, H. PRESTON, JR.
Mafdrigal 43 Boys' Glee 43 Non-commissioned
Officer 43 National Honor Society 43 Long
CUNNINGHAM, LYNN F.. JR.
DAILEY, JOHN F.
Varsity Football 33 "C" Club 3, 43 Commando
Basketball 2, 3g Class Basketball 2, 3, 43 "C"
Club Assembly 33 Senior-Freshman Assembly 4
DALY, NEIL B.
Class Basketball 1, 2.
DAVIS, BETTY Lou
Pep Club 13 Spanish Club 43 Junior Follies 33
Junior Prom 'Committee 33 Senior-Freshman
Assembly 43 Swimming Team 43 Pals 43 Swim-
ming Relays 2, 3.
DAVIS, JACK E.
Loyola High School 13 Polytechnic High School
2, 33 Cheerleader 4.
DAVIS, ROBERT L.
"C" Club Fights 1, 23 Junior Varsity Basket-
ball 1, 23 Varsity Track 2, 43 All-State Football
43 Varsity Football 2, 43 "C" Club 4.
DAY. JOAN Lois
A.K.A. 13 Sophomore Triple Trio 23 Madrigal
3, 43 Triple Trio fSeniorJ 43 Senior-Freshman
Assembly 43 Pals 4, Treasurer 43 Junior Prom
Committee 33 Home Room Representative 1.
Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 4.
DEDLOW, RUTH MARIE
National Honor Society 3, 43 Triple Trio 2, 3, 43
Girls' League Council 23 English Club 3, 43
Radio Guild 3, 43 National Forensic League 2,
3, 4g Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Big Sisters 43 Madri-
gal 3, 43 D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award.
SENIOR ACTIVITIES CCONTINUEDJ
DIIR. GERALDINE M.
Girls' League Council 15 Junior Follies 35 Cap-
tainette, Military Ball 35 Senior Class Secre-
tary 45 Mustang Queen 45 Senior-Freshman
Assembly 45 Band 1, 25 Pals 45 Senior Girls'
Football Team 4.
DIxoN, WILLIAM P.
Senior Class President 45 Student Council 3, 45
Radio Guild 3, 45 Varsity Football 35 Junior
Class President 35 National Forensic League
1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 National Honor Society
3, 45 Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Follies
35 Winner of State and Regional American Le-
gion Oratorical Contest.
DOHERTY. CICILIA HELEN
Junior Follies 35 Madrigal 3, 45 Junior Triple
Trio 35 Senior Triple Trio 45 Girls' League Coun-
cil 35 Pals 45 Home Room Representative 4.
Pals 45 Junior Follies 35 Glee Concert 1.
DONOHUE. Donna M.
Madrigal 35 Junior Follies 35 Pals 45 Senior
Announcement Committee 4.
ELLIS. D. RUSSEL
Rifle Team 3, 45 Class Basketball 2, 3, 4.
Junior Follies 35 Pals 45 Football Ball Com-
mittee 4. F
FARRAR. HARRY W.
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
FIRNERAQ. VELMA LOUISE
Big Sisters 45 Junior Follies 35 Spanish Club
3, 45 Gusher Staff 35 Newcomers' Club 1.
FLEMING. ETTY Lou
Junior Follies 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Gusher
Staff 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Swimming Team
Foo'rE. BEVERLY M.
Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Madrigal 3, 45
Triple Trio 3, 45 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Gush-
er Staff 45 "Our Town" 45 Big Sisters 45 Foot-
ball Ball Program 45 Pep Club 15 Quill and
FRITTS. Jo EvA
Junior Follies 35 English Club 3, 45 Pals 45
Gusher Staff 3. G
GAINES. BARBARA W.
Pals 45 Junior Follies 35 Coed Ball Committee
45 Los Angeles 25 Football Ball Committee 4.
GALLEs, WILMA Lou
Kangaroo Court 15 Mount Saint Gertrude 25
Big Sisters 45 Junior Follies 35 Canteen Coun-
cil 45 Gusher Staff 45 Senior-Freshman As-
sembly 45 Senior Class Day 45 Quill and Scroll
45 Senior Girls' Football Team 4.
GARDNER. FRANK C.
Football 25 Rifle Team 2, 35 National Honor
Society 3, 45 Senior-Freshman Assembly 4.
Bremerton, Washington, 1, 25 Junior Follies 35
Spanish Club 3, 45 Coed Ball Committee 45 Big
Sisters 45 Football Ball Committee 45 Senior-
Freshman Assembly 45 "Our Town" 45 Canteen
Council 45 Mustang Queen Attendant 4.
Gooolucl-I. EUGENE W.
GouLo. GARLAND GAY
Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Follies 35
All School Play 45 Big Sisters 45 Home Room
Representative 45 National Honor Society 4.
GRAY, CHARLES R.
Class Basketball 1, 2, 45 Freshman Class Presi-
dent 15 Sophomore Class Vice President 25
Navy 35 Home Room Representative 45 Student
GRIERSON. GEORGE G.
"C" Club 3, 4, President 45 Varsity Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Varsity Basketball 15
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 45 Canteen Council
President 45 Junior Class Vice President 35
Senior Class Vice President 45 Home Room
Representative 35 Junior Follies 35 All-State
HARDEI. MILEs J.
Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Football 35
Track 2, 35 Crack Drill Platoon 45 "C" Club
Fights 35 Class Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys Glee 4.
HARDESTY. ROBERT L.
HARI4IEs. ELLEN PAULINE
HENDERSON. JAIvIEs HUGH
English Club 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Junior Follies
35 Annual Staff 4.
HIGRIE. WALTER M. .
Rifle Team 3, 45 Class Basketball 3, 4.
HILL, JEANNINE J.
Madrigal 35 Kangaroo Court 15 Senior Class
Assembly 45 Band 1, 25 Junior Prom Commit-
tee 35 Junior Follies 35 Football Ball Commit-
tee 45 Mustang Queen Attendant 45 Gusher
Midwest 1, 25 Madrigal 3, 45 Junior Follies 35
Senior-Freshman Assembly 45 Senior Costume
Day 45 Class Basketball 35 All School Play 45
Boys' Glee 3, 4.
HOLDEN, KENNETH A.
Rifle Team 2, 3, 45 Crack Drill Platoon 3, 45
Junior Follies 35 Class Basketball 3, 4.
HOOPER. JAMES E.
Madrigal 2, 3, 45 Boys' Octet 3, 45 Kangaroo
Court 15 Junior Follies 35 Boys' Glee 15 Senior-
Freshman Assembly 45 Football 2.
HOUGH. JACK B.
Madrigal 2, 3, 45 Boys' Octet 3, 45 Senior-
Freshman Assembly 45 "Our Town" 45 Junior
Follies 35 Spanish Club 35 Track 3, 4.
Housrou, MARGARET CEcILIA
"Junior Miss" 25 Madrigal 15 National Thes-
pians, 3, 45 A. K. A. 25 Senior-Freshman As-
sembly 45 "Our Town" 45 Junior Follies 3.
HOUSTON. ROBERT W.
Varsity Football 3,45 "C" Club 3,45 Track 3,4.
Hours. JIM RoIIER1'
HOWELL. ROBERT N.
Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Follies 35 "C"
Club Fights 3, 45 Life-Saving 45 Swimming
and Life-Saving Instruction 4.
HuN1', HOWARD TI-IoI4IAs
Hu1'sELL. ROIERT L.
Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Football
2, 35 "C" Club 3, 45 Commando Basketball 35
Junior Follies Committee 3.
JAcIcsoN. GULOVER MAE
JACKSON, JANI.cE S.
Rock River, Wyoming 15 Newcomers' Club 25
Junior Follies 2, 35 Big Sisters 4.
JACKSON. RGEER1- W.
SENIOR ACTIVITIES CCONTINUEDJ
JENSEN, DOROTHY MAY
JEPSON, MARIANNE LouIsE
Midwest 1, 25 Big Sisters 4.
JOHNSON, JOSEPH A.
Class Team Basketball 1, 2, 45 Non-commis-
sioned Officer 3, 45 Commissioned Officer 45
Madrigal 35 Spring Football 25 Class Team
JONES, GLORIA ANN
Christmas Play 35 Pals 45 Football Ball Pro-
gram 45 Pep Club 1.
Swimming' Team 45 Senior-Freshman Assem-
bly 45 Senior Class Assembly 3, 4.
Junior Follies 35 Big Sisters 4.
Junior Follies 35 Big Sisters 4.
KENT, KATHERINE SUE
Executive Council 2, 45 Girls' League Council
1, 4, President 45 Triple Trio 2, 3, 45 National
Honor Society 3, 45 Student Senate 1, 35 Girls'
Vice-president 45 "Junior Miss" 25 Canteen
Council 3, 45 Big Sisters 45 Coed Ball Queen 1.
KERALIS GEORGE J.
KIRBY, JAMES RAY
Varsity Basketball 3, 45 "C" Club 3, 45 Madri-
gal 45 Gusher Staff 3, 45 Boys' Glee 45 Radio
Guild 45 Senior Class Day 45 Latin Club 45
T. C. High School 15 Mankato High School 2.
Madrigal 35 Triple Trio 35 Junior Follies 35
Swimming Team 15 Ring Committee 35 Big Sis-
ters 45 National Honor Society 4.
Junior Follies 3 5Madrigal 3, 45 Triple Trio
3, 45 'Girls' League Council 3, 45 Canteen Coun-
cil 45 Pals 45 Kangaroo Court 45 Coed Ball
Committee 3, 45 Football Ball Committee 3, 45
"Our Town" 4.
KRUEGER, KATHERINE E.
Radio Scholarship D. U. 35 "Junior Miss" 25
"You Can't Take It With You" 35 National
Thespians 2, 3, 45 Radio Guild 3, 45 Secretary-
Treasurer 45 Junior Follies 2, 35 Senior-Fresh-
man Assembly 45 A.K.A. 1, 25 National For-
ensic League 4.
LACKEY, JACKEY RAE
Girls' League Council 1, 45 Coed Ball Com-
mittee 1, 3, 45 Kangaroo Court 1, 45 Junior
Follies Director 35 Junior Class Secretary-
Treasurer 35 Student Body Treasurer 45 Pals'
Reporter 45 Sophomore Committee 25 Senior
Class Day 4.
LAMouREAux, COLLE'I'I'E SUZANNE
Pals 45 Junior Follies 35 Christmas Play 4.
LARsoN, RICHARD L.
Varsity Football 3, 45 Junior Follies 35 Salt
Lake Schools 1, 2.
LA1'rA, ROBERT L.
Varsity Football 3. 45 "C" Club 3, 45 Boys Oc-
tet 3, 45 Madrigal 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee 3, 45
Spanish Club 25 Beatrice High School, Ne-
braska 15 Kramer High School 25 Black Hills
Passion Play5 Junior Follies 3.
Junior Follies 35 Latin Club 35 Gusher Staff
45 Big Sisters 4, Treasurer 45 Football Ball
Program 45 Quill and Scroll 4.
LEACH, ROY H.
Madrigal 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Plattsburg
High School 35 Class Basketball 35 National
Honor Society 4.
LEwAI.I.EN, MARY Lou
LocHNER. CAROLINE JEAN
Big Sisters 45 Junior Follies 35 Newcomers
Spanish Club 3, 45 English Club 45 National
Honor Society 3, 45 Big Sisters 45 Junior
LowERY, RUTH O.
Big Sisters 4. M
MACKEY, GEORGE R.
Varsity Footb-all 2, 3, 45 Junior Varsity Bas-
ketball 15 "C" Club 3, 45 Home Room Repre-
sentative 1, 2, 3, 45 Kangaroo Court 45 Class
Basketball 1, 25 1946 Basketball Champions.
MAGLENNAN, MuRoo A.
Crack Drill Squad 3, 45 Crack Platoon 45 Boys'
MAI..TaY, MAURICE L.
"C" Club 45 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Class
Basketball 3, 45 Commando Basketball 3.
Big Sisters 45 Football Ball Committee 4.
M.CATEE, DANIEL A.
MGCRARY. EARL M.
Crack Drill 2, 3, 45 Crack Platoon 45 Rifle
Team 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee 15 Commissioned Ofii-
MCCRARY. ERNEST E.
Junior Follies 35 Senior Costume Day 45 All
School Play 45 Rifle Team 3, 45 Commissioned
OHicer 45 Crack Drill Squad 2, 45 Drill Pla-
toon 45 Cadet Lieutenant Colonel 4.
MCDONALD, RoSA MARIE
A. K. A. 15 Pep Club 15 Christmas Play 25
Junior Follies 35 Sophomore Triple Trio 25
Junior Prom Committee 35 Co-ed Ball Commit-
tee 35 Pals 45 Football Ball Committee 4.
MCLEAN, NEIL T.
Stu-dent Body Secretary 45 Stud-ent Council 3,
45 Junior Class Representative 35 National
Forensic League 1, 2, 3, 45 Radio Guild 45 Eng-
lish Club 4 5 Junior Follies 35 Crack Drill Squad
25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Canteen Coun-
cil 4, Vice-president 45 Winner State Pepsi-
Varsity Football 45 "C" Club 45 Regis High
School 2, Madrigal 3, 45 Octet 45 Track 45
Junior Follies 35 Senior-Freshman Assembly
45 "R" Club fRegisJ 25 Home Room Repre-
sentative 1, 4.
MINOR. BENNY GRANT
Track 1, 2, 45 Basketball 15 Football 15 "C"
Club Fights 1, 2, 35 Navy 3.
"C" Club Fights 1, 2, 3, 45 Navy 4.
MORLEY, MARJQRIE L.
MORLEY, PATRICIA D.
MORTON, GENE R.
Ma-drigal 45 Boys' Glee 45 Crack Drill .Squad
3, 45 Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Stage Manager 45
Senior Class Day Assembly 45 Non-Commis-
sioned Ofiicer 2, 3, 45 Commissioner Oflicer 45
National Thespians 2, 3, 45 C-lass Basketball 3, 4.
SENIOR ACTIVITIES KCONTINUEDJ
NELSON, MARTHA JAYNE
Big Sisters 4, Vice-president 43 Junior Follies
Committee 33 Junior Follies 33 Senior An-
nouncements 43 Girls' League Council 3, 43
Madrigal 3, 43 Latin Club 33 Canteen Council
43 "Our Town" 4.
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Gusher Staff 43 Swing
Band 3, 43 Sophomore Triple Trio 23 Senior-
Freshman Assembly 43 Junior Follies 3, 43
Madrigal 3, 43 Pep Club 13 Big Sisters 43 Foot-
ball Ball Program 4.
NIcI-IoLs. CIIARLER BRUCE
Dubois, Wyoming 3.
NIrrI-IAmu:R. Dom: ANN '
Class Ring Committee 33 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 33 Junior Follies 33 Home Room Repre-
sentative 2, 43 Senior Girls' Football Team 4.
Freshman Basketball 13 Class Team Basket-
ball 1, 23 Swimming Team 1.
Nolrrn. EDWARD E.
Varsity Football 1, 2, 43 Junior Varsity Bas-
ketball 1, 23 Class Basketball 43 "C" Club 43
NoR1'I-IAM. SHIRLEY ANNE
National Honor Society 3, 43 "Junior Miss" 23
Big Sisters 43 Junior Follies 2, 33 National
Thespians 3, 43 Girls' State 4.
OLIIN. ARTHUR L.
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 R. 0. T. C.
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 33 National For-
ensic League 1, 2, 3, 4, President 33 Radio
guild 3, 4, president 43 Home Room Repre-
sentative 33 Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, 3, 43 Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4, President 43 Student
OIIOINI CARLOTTA E.
Madrigal 2, 3, 43 Junior Triple Trio 33 Senior
Triple Trio 43 Junior Follies 33 Gusher Staff
43 Pals 43 "Our Town" 43 Football Ball Com-
mittee 43 Coed Ball Committee 4.
PARSONS. NoRMA MAE
Madrigal 3, 43 Pals 43 Senior-Freshman As-
sembly 43 Christmas Play 33 Junior Follies 33
Sophomore Triple Trio 23 A. K. A. 13 Football
Committee 43 Coed Ball Committee 4.
PAULLEY, Don B.
Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3, 43 Thespians
2, 3, 43 "Junior Miss" 2g Junior Follies 2, 33
gOl5r 4Town" 43 Assembly 43 Mustang Guard
! l '
PIARCII CATHERINE JOY
Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 23 National
Forensic League 3, 43 National Honor Society
3, 43 Gusher Staff 33 English Club 3, 4, Secre-
tary 43 Big Sisters 4, President 43 Girls' State
4, Governor 43 Girls' League Council 43 Can-
teen Council 3, 43 Annual Staff 4.
PECKHAMI TEI: D.
Non-Commissioned Officer 3, 43 Thespians 2, 3,
43 Newcomers' Club 13 President 13 "Lady of
Letters" 13 "Junior Miss" 23 Junior Follies
33 "You Can't Take It With You" 23 Rifle
Team 23 Gusher Staff 3, 43 Mustang Guard 2.
PERRY. DAL: E.
Madrigal 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 3.
Prrnsou. CLAYTON E.
Prrlnlou. JOAN J.
Freshman Class Secretary-Treasugen Canteen
Council 13 Spanish Club 23 Juni r Follies 33
Home Room Representative 23 Girls' League
Council 3, 4, Vice-president 43 Mustang Queen
Attendant 43 Senior Girls' Football Team 43
Gusher Staff 4.
PI-IILLIPS. WILLIAM J.
Junior Varsity Basketball 13 Varsity Basket-
ball 2, 3, 43 "C" Club 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Boys'
Vice President 43 Student Council 43 Home
Room Representative 23 Junior Follies 3.
PITTMAN, MERTON D.
Class Basketball3 "C" Club Fights 1, 43 Class
Oilicer 23 Varsity Football 3.
Po'rARF. ERNEST BURYEN
Sterling, Colorado, 1, 23 Alliance, Nebraska, 33
Senior-Freshman Assembly 43 Football 43
Gusher Staff 43 Quill and Scroll 4.
PRIESS. BE1-'rv JEAN
Quincy, Illinois 1, 23 Junior Follies 33 Big
Sisters 43 Girls' League Council 43 Senior-
Freshman Assembly 43 Coed Ball Committee 43
Football Ball Committee 4.
PRINGLE. HARRY H.
RAGER. JACK I.
RAY. PEGGY JOYCE
Triple Trio 23 Madrigal 33 Kangaroo Court 13
Junior Prom Committee 33 Pals 43 Junior Fol-
lies 33 Senior Girls' Football Team 43 Football
ll3all4Committee, 43 Senior-Freshman Assem-
Big Sisters 4.
REEVE. BARBARA Louis:
National Honor .Society 3, 43 English Club
3, 4, Vice-president 3, Treasurer 43 Latin Club
3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 33 Girls' League
Council 23 Gusher Staff 3, 4, Business Man-
ager 43 Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 43 Annual
Staff 43 Girls' State 43 Student Council 4.
REEVE. BRYCE LEE
Annual Staff 3, 4, Editor of Annual 43 Stu-
-dent Council 43 National Forensic League 3, 43
Radio Guild 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43
English Club 3, 4, Vice-president 43 Latin
Club 3, 4, President 33 Quill and Scroll 43
Junior Follies 3.
RIGE. IDA EVELYN
"Lady of Letters" 13 Variety Show 13 Radio
Guild 33 Junior Follies 33 Madrigal 33 Senior-
Freshman Assembly 43 Big Sisters 43 "Our
Town" 43 Coed Ball Committee 43 Football Ball
RICH. DoNovAN E.
Madrigal 2, 3, 43 Boys' Glee3 Boys' Octet.
Ross. HERBERT E.
Junior Follies 3.
"C" Club 43 Varsity Football 4 .
ROGERS. DOROTHY MARIE
Pals 43 Gusher Staff 43 Home Room Repre-
sentative 43 Pep Club 23 Coed Ball Committee
43 Football Ball Committee 4.
Ross. WILLIAM R.
Junior Varsity Basketball 13 Varsity Basket-
ball 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Home Room
Representative 23 "C" Club 3, 4, Secretary 43
Class Basketball 1, 23 Inter-Company Track 13
Varsity Track 43 National Forensic League 4.
SCOTT, JACK V.
Newcomers' Club 4, President 43 Swimming 4.
SENIOR ACTIVITIES KCONTINUEDJ
SEELAUS, BARBARA MARIE
Swimming Team 13 Triple Trio 2, 3, 43 Gusher
Staff 3, 43 Madrigal 3, 43 Junior Follies 33
Coed Ball Committee 43 Latin Club 3g Big Sis-
ters 43 Football Ball Committee 43 Major-
ette 3, 4.
SELBY, DAISY M.
Orchestra 13 Junior Follies 3.
SEWELL, JAMES V.
Rifle Team 3, 43 All School Play 43 Senior Cos-
tume Dafyj Long Beach, California3 Colton,
SHAFTO, RAYMOND MILES
"C" Club 43 Varsity Football 4.
SHEPARD, CLARA JEANNE
Girls' League Council 13 Kangaroo Court 1,
43 Triple Trio 2, 3, 43 Madrigal 3, 43 Junior
Follies 33 Canteen Council 2, 33 Coed Ball Com-
mittee 1, 3, 43 Gusher Staff 3, 43 Big Sisters
43 Quill and Scroll 4.
SIMMONS, VERNON H.
Varsity Football 3, 43 "C" Club Assembly 33
Class Basketball 3, 43 Gush-er Staff 43 "C"
Club 43 Commando Basketball 3.
SMALL, MARGARET ELIZABETH
A. K. A. 13 Kangaroo Court 13 Madrigal 3, 43
Junior Follies 33 Coed Ball Committee 43 Foot-
:ball Ball Committee 43 Big Sisters 43 Senior-
Freshman Assembly 43 Senior Girls' Football
SMITH. JAY W.
Crack Drill Squad 2, 3, 43 Crack Platoon 43
Commissioned Omcer 4.
STEINMANI BEVERLY ANNE
Pep Club 13 Pals 4.
STILES, EDWIN LEE
Lake Charles, Louisiana, 13 Knoxville, Tennes-
see, 2, 33 Cisco, Texas, 33 Newcomers' Club 43
National Thespians 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Band
3, 43 Madrigal 43 Boys' Glee 3, 43 "Our
STORY, ELAINE A. LISS
Junior Follies 33 Pep Club 1.
STRICKER, BEVERLY MAE
Sophomore Triple Trio 23 Madrigal 3, 43 Junior
Follies 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Coed Ball
Committee 43 Football Ball Committee 43
Gusher .Staff 43 Senior-Freshman Committee
43 National Thespians 43 "Our Town" 4.
STUDER, KATHERINE ANN
Girls' League Council 2, 43 Student Council 33
Junior Class Representative 33 Pals 4, Presi-
dent 43 Senior-Freshman Assembly 43 Junior
Follies 33 Gusher Staff 43 Madrigal 43 Cap-
tain Senior Girls' Football Team 4.
SULLIVAN, DENNIS L.
Senior Class Treasurer3 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43
Radio Guild 43 Gusher Staff 3, 43 "Junior
Miss" 23 "You Can't Take It With You" 33
"Our Town" 43 Junior Follies 33 National
'I1hespians 2, 3, 43 Senior-Freshman Assem-
b y 4.
SULLIVAN, RITA FRANCES
'Girls' League Council 43 Pals 43 Junior Follies
33 Senior-Freshman Assembly 43 Christmas
Play 23 Madrigal 3, 43 English Club 4.
SUTTON, PATRICIA JOANNE
Big Sisters 43 English Club 3, 43 Junior Fol-
SWAIMI LE ROY M.
Sophomore Class President 2 3 Student Council
23 Home Room Representative 3, 4.
"C" Club 3, 4, Vice president 43 Varsity Foot-
ball 3, 43 Class Basketball 2, 3, 43 Home Room
Representative 13 Junior Follies 3.
THOMPSON, Jo ANN
Pals 43 Madrigal3 Senior Triple Trio 43 "Our
THOMPSON, MARTHA JANE
Junior Follies 3g Madrigal 3, 4.
TILLMAN, DOROTHY JEAN
Newcomers' Club 4.
ToMLIN, ROSE MARIE
National Honor Society 4.
TUSHEK, CLARA ANN
TwEED, CHARLOTTE RUTH
Spanish Club 2, 33 Madrigal 43 Gusher Staff
43 Senior-Freshman Assembly 43 Junior Fol-
lies 33 Coed Ball Committee 43 Big Sisters 43
Football Committee 43 English Club 4.
UTzINGER, JoHN MILTON
Thespians 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 3, 43 English
Club 43 National Forensic League 43 National
Honor Society 43 Radio Guild 43 Quill and
Scroll 43 Junior Follies 2, 33 Senior-Freshman
Assembly 4. V
VODEHNAL. HELEN G.
Newcomers' Club 13 Junior Follies 33 Big
Sisters 4. w
WALCZAK, MARY FRANCES
English Club 3, 43 Newcomers' Club 2.
San Francisco 13 Junior Follies 33 Cheerleader
3, 43 Senior-Freshman Assembly 4.
WARD, ARLENE E.
Latin Club 33 National Honor Society 3, 43
English Club 43 Student Rotarian 43 Commis-
sioned Officer 4.
WATTS, PHYLLIS PHYRNE
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Re-
serves 2, 33 "Naughty Marietta", Major-Minor
Music Review 33 Ohio Wesleyan University
Orchestralg Pals 43 Madrigal 43 National Hon-
or .Society 4.
WELCH, DEAN K.
Coronado, California Student Body Treasurer
33 Spanish Club 1, 23 Billings High School 33
Newcomers' Club 33 Crack Drill Squad 43
Crack Drill Platoon 43 Color Guard 43 Swim-
ming Team 4.
WEST, JAMES L.
WEST, PHYLLIS JUNE
Junior Follies 3g Pals 43 Football Committee 4.
WHITTAKER, CLARIssA B.
WILSON, LOIS A.
Pep Club lg Junior Follies 3.
WILSON, VIVIAN CLAIRE
Pep Club 13 Sophomore Triple Trio 23 Junior
Follies 33 Madrigal 3, 43 "Our Town" 43 Foot-
ball Ball Program 43 Pals 4.
WILSON, WILLIAM C.
Crack Drill Squad 3, 43 Crack Drill Platoon 4.
WOLFEI BETTY Lou
WOODS, LOIS ELAINE
Junior Follies 33 Pals 4.
ZERFASS, EDITH E.
Newcomers' Clubg Junior Follies 33 Football
Ball Committee 4.
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We sincerely wish to thank the following people for their aid in mak-
ing our annual a success:
Mrs. Margaret Bagby
Miss Marie Bishop
Mr. Thomas Carrigen
Mr. Ed Dilgarde
Mrs. Maude Joslyn
Mrs. Nell Kimball
Mr. Ray Loomis
Mrs. Ted Neuman
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Looking Back Over the Years reminds one that Casper has grown and the students
in high school have a long tradition of sports, military, and debate. The top picture shows
the original entrance to the Casper National Bank as being on Center street. Girls had
regular gym classes. Please note the long black hose. They were cotton! Boys don't like
collars now but look what they wore "way back when" they were debaters. In case these
debaters are not immediately known by all perhaps you recognize Marvin Bishop, Jr.,
Charles Rose, and Mildred Keith Horn. A winning basketball team, 1912-1913, with the
Left to Right: Mr. Proemmel fPrincipal of C. H. S. and coachl, Arthur Davidson,
Not Known, Royce Wagner, Ellsworth Wagner, Harter Schaffner, Not Known.
How do you like the old uniforms the boys and girls wore then? The state football
champs in 1920 under the guidance of coach Dean Morgan, better known to us as Super-
intendent Morgan. Are any names familiar? I think Janie Lester might recognize one.
Everyone who goes to Cheyenne for football and basketball should be familiar with an-
other. Here is the list:
Third Row: Coach Dean Morgan, Jimmie Hargis, Bill Kocher, Lewis Allsman, Law-
rence Dewoody, Bill Lester.
Second Row: Okie Blanchard, John Groves, George Vandiver, Harry Scott, Jack
Reoder, Homer Mauck.
First Row: Arthur Lithrige, Harry Sprawl.
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