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

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Q, 1 fl! ll, x V, fcf'f 4 X X' -fi Kg' Q of X ff' mf LX oA Q WE ' --- Natrona County High School Casper, Wyoming -MQW' MK ,Q K X 2 QQ 2: A ,gk an XE y TCHED AGAINST THE PALE BLUE SKIES, TOWERING BEYOND THE TREES FALL GREEN FROM IVIAN'S GREAT WONDERS, TURN MINE EYES TO WHERE THE LIGHT OF HOPE IS SEEN. INTER BEAUTY-REMEMBERED SO LONG OF SNOW AND WIND-THE QUIET COLD 1 ND 'ERE WE GO, THE ROBIN'S SONG WILL PROMISE A LIFE NOT YET FORETOLD ISI B0B CHAMPLIN BILL JOHNSON A Co-Editors TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION - - - AUTUMN - - Freshmen - Fall Clubs - Freshman Faculty Football - Mustang Queen WINTER - - Sophomores - Sophomore Faculty Winter Clubs - Juniors - Follies - Junior Faculty - Basketball , - SPRING - , Seniors - Senior Faculty Military Music - Spring Clubs - SUMMER - - Summer Champions - Senior Activities Ads - - ANNUAL STAFF BILL JOHNSON AND Bos CHAMPLIN... JACK TRIPENY .......................,...... Business Manager CORDELL CULLEN ......,. ,...... A ssociatef Editor PAT WINBORNE ........ ....,......... A ssocmte Editor ANNE GOODRICI-I, ............,..,.....,..,.... Associate Editor HAROLD OLSEN .... ................Ass1Ls'tant Photographer au 1 9 12 18 22 26 30 35 35 38 42 52 59 61 63 71 74 87 89 92 98 105 107 110 118 Co-Editors BOB TRIPEANY ........................ Assistant Photographer PHIL COLIBRARO .........,........ Assistant Photographer TOM NOONAN .,,. BILL EBINGER .... ........,.Assistartt Photographer ,.................Assistant Photographer ' ' GWENDOLYN HILL AND FRANCES FERIS ........ .......,. C 0-Sponsors -l6l Mounting Writing Printing Money Anllual ! I DEAN C. MORGAN Szlperihtehdent of Schools B. S., Springfield College M. A., University of Wyoming Mr. Morgan has done an im- measurable amount of good for our school during his years as coach and principal, and he continues to look with favor on our needs in his pre- sent position of superintendent. His friendly smile and his willingness to help even the littlest freshman make him a friend of the student body and a popular fellow. He has never failed us yet, and we know that he never will. S. KELLY WALSH High School Principal B. A.. Colorado State College of Education M. S., University of Idaho Mr. Walsh deserves a large share of the credit for the mainten- ance of the high standards of our school. Since he came to Casper in 1926 as a band director, he has been promoting Worthwhile improvements and advantages for the student body. He tries to help each pupil "to become a student who will be a credit to our school." S Lf C. 'J 'I I J If by f" ' A' . f I ' . I. . A u Wg . if . if , A . 1 N. f 'J , 1 I lc z ff QI zf"'WyjU,jU if f ,1 L " 1, M' il 59 f l , fu ff!! W gf JL Q 1' If x ,1 I - I X1 , V -I V X if N! 6, , . , , i v' X lf ' ' 1 ff ? M fy X 2 f Y x VLA!! If I . X: , Xu J A 1 V ' I I ff " M-f I i I . I' I ! r ' I . lf 1- F 1f"!v fjlfpvafj 1 1 .F If Wi fy!! ,Ji f gif 1 9 X gf Q W! JL MJF' W - QWPMVMMAI pun X 5 U4 Q "' - 474 .. , 1 V N A ' ' l'I'lA'.'1 Till nb' K I I ,- M, v! J Farr WNGURNL au 1, ra, L6 . 1 YLAJ: fcafu,-of ' wa ' J' I" Elf lg, l TL azz. .. With the issuance of book cards and locker keys, August merges into September and we of Natrona County High School return once more to Welcome the freshmen and to cheer the Mustangs on to football victories. ,..l10j-... X 2 'X I V 4 3 Q 1 3' Q . .'4fa,L1:A pg .,X,' f, ' ' '.v Q, . ,ig -...,., , E WS W WY EW 'WM 6 1 ELMER UNDERWOOD RICHARD PARKER CARLETON Srowm ALLAN FLEMING P0 eszdent Vice-president Reprcsmztafive Secrc tcu 11 CLASS OF '51 When Casper Junior High closed its doors behind the future 315 freshmen of N.C.H.S., history was in the making. This year's crop of half grown students blew in with familiar gusto during September's winds and has continued to rustle contentedly in our halls. Gene and Gerald Sullivan have us still wondering who's who. We are dum- founded at the talents of Seelaus, Shader, and McCoy, Inc. Peter Junger has us amazed at his oratorical ability. Elmer Underwood assisted by Richard Parker, Carleton Stowe, and Allan Fleming seemed naturals to select as class leaders. Now how good can you get? If the Class of '51 keeps on with its many talents and virtues, it will be a long remembered branch on the N.C.H.S. Tree of Success. Miss KATHLEEN HEMRY, Sponsoz N-llly--gr-A if 16 .. Q 3 . ... 3. 'iii M553 3 f 5 ta 1 :f s 'Y ' - 523: .1 p l : www ' Tea-time tempo in Home Ee. Come and get it! The spoon-wielders construct tasty tid-bits Miss Hill will send them home gradin' laden! Sew what! He1'e's our little needle neighbor ,Ml 151,A.i,. A! fx mf ,vsp mg, ,3j any Lhimv 3 , m M 5 1 . Q., if X Mis q:-R-:q 5 if .:.,3,, gf bf 1 First Row: Pickett, Jean: Snell, Joyce: Forman, Lianne: Pickett, Mary Lou: Randall, Barbara: Du Bois, Alice: Caves, Betty Jo. Second Row: Benton, Anita: Manning, Meuriel Mae: Forman, Betty, Banderman, Jean: Sexton, Nadine: Poole, Dale: Seymore, Evelyn: Gruenberg, Bill: Solwold, Orpha: Hastings, Cora Lee. Third Row: Gherna, John: Gist, Jimmy: Barnett, Eddie: Gherna, Robert: Brookshire, Jerry: Kerly, David: Junger, Peter: Bordeaux, Harmon: Cosgrove, Ed: Venable, Harry: Bacus, Pat. Officers: Nadine Sexton, Treasurer: Dale Poole: Vice-president: Miss Hemry, Sponsor: Ed Cosgrove, President: CWilber Deemer, Reporter, not shownj. Officers for Second Semester, not shown: Wilber Deemer, President: Jo Ann Sheller, Vice-president: Pat Bacus, Treasurer: Alice DuBois, Reporter. NEWCOMERS, CLUB The Newcomers' Club was organized in 1941 for the purpose of helping the members become acquainted with the school and student body. This group, through the sale of stationery and school supplies, as well as concessions at all of our school football and basketball games, has gained a reputation as the hardest working organiz- ation in the school. Their sponsor is Miss Kathleen Hemry. 1:1811 L0 N,,..,-QA' u:,..g , an X 1 xg , S4 X Q af K Q X 'Wi Q A! nk .is .K r X X 3 i lu ' ' a was QD flgllv' 19:58 fx ff ri 'K if sg sz . QQ RFK l , 4 ,' mr ,A . A 4 - 13:2 :J 'BSR f wwf. . is S " 7 am Q Q ,f d R , N ar p 'gk' 30 M-,....... l First Row: Kapeles, Christina: Lybyer, Marion: Carr, Vanita: Burtness, Carol: Shader, Sally: Gra- ham, Patty: Frazey, Jean: Burnside, Corrine. Second Row: Kent, Carol: Steele, Joy: Casey, Margaret: Carter, Catherine: Seabeck, Pat: Nelson, Wanda. Third Row: Breckenridge, Audrey: Kuster, Clara: Williams, Joan: Callister, Loy: Brown, Eloise: Ben- nett, lieth. Oiicers ileft to rightjz Sally Shader, Treasurer: Marion Lybyer, Secretary: Loy Callister, Vice- president: Pat Seabeck, President: Miss Nelle Pate, Sponsor: Joan Williams, Corresponding Secretary. GIRLS, LEAGUE COUNCIL September-With Pat Seabeck heading the five juniors and eight seniors elected to Girls' League Council the previous spring, four sophomores and four freshmen were elected this month. ' October-The council slaved late over pumpkins and cornstalks for the Co-ed Ball. Catherine Carter, president of the Pals, and Margaret Casey, president of the Big Sisters, became members of the organization. November+Indians f"Shy-Ann"J and Wolves QGreen Riverj over-ran the Girls' League room with preparations for the Football Ball. With the passing of a very busy fall, the Girls' League easily takes in its stride after-game mixers and all of the girls' activities which it so capably handles under Miss Pate's direction. ..-l201i... Foreground left going around the table: Treglown, Don: Stowe, Carleton: Davidson, Jim: Kirby, Bill: Brown, Eloise, Hayes, Tomg Daly, Gene: Bitzenhofer, Jackie: Ellis, Ruth: Kapeles, John, Propp, Phyllis: Underwood, Elmer: Champlin, Bob, Lytle, Kenny: Seabeck, Pat. Officers Cinsertlz Mr. Kingl-Iam, Sponsorg Tom Hayes, Boys' Vice-president: Jackie Bitzenhofer, Secretary: Gene Daly, President: Pat Seabeck, Girls' Vice-presidentg Bill Kirby, Treasurer. STUDENT COUNCIL GENE DALY ...,..r ,,.,.. S tudent Body President PAT SEABECK .,..,., .,,,., I iirls' Vice-president TOM HAYES ,,,,,..,........,... Boys' Vice-president JACKIE BITZENHOFER BILL KIRBY ,...,.,,,,,,, DON TREGLOWN Stuclent Body Secretary .Sflld6'Hf Body Treasurer .,.,,.,r..Gu,sher Reyofresentatlve KENNY LYTLE ...,...... Military Representative BOB CHAMPLIN ..,.,,., Annual Representative JOHN KAPELESH JIM DAVIDSON... ,,...,....Senior Class President ..,.,.,,,Junior Class President PHYLLIS PROPP ,.......,,.........,,,,.JzLnior Class R61Jl'6S8lLfLLlfl'UG ELOISE BROWN Class Representative NIELVIN SMITH ..,, Sophoinzore Class President RUTH ELLIS ,,,.,,.........,Soph,omore Class Representative ELMER UNDERWOOD Freshwzan Class President CARLETON STOWE ,,,,.,,,.,..,....,.,Freshman. Class Representhve MR. WALTER KINGHAM ..,,,..., ,.,....,,.,,, S ponsor ,,,Llg11-LD, FRICK, VIOLA Home Economics. Normal and Dietetics Degree, Union College HILL, GYVENDOLYN English B. A., University of Colorado Sponsor, Radio Guild, Mustang RANNEY, Jo Home Economics B. S., Iowa State College HEMRY, KATHLEEN English B. A., University of Wyoming M. A., University of Wyoming Sponsor, Newcomers, Freshman Class ' - BUCHHOLZ, T. A. Conwnevce , B. A., North Dakota State Teachers College Sponsor, Allied Youth MCBRIDE, RUBY - Head, Language Department B. A., University of Iowai M. A., University of Southern California 1 Sponsor, Latin Club MICHALKE, ELSIE Physical Education 1 , B. S., Michigan State Normal College M. S., University of Michigan WALKER, ALICE E Mathematics B. A., University of Denver THOMPSON, OLE Auto Electricity University of Wyoming SCULLEN, GEORGE Auto Electricity MCWHINNIE, SUE Mathematics B. A., University of Wyoming CARPENTER, VESTA English Sponsor, Thespians B. A., University of Colorado SLIND, GRACE Music B. M., MacPhael School of Music Sponsor, Madrigal, small music groups NICHOLS, W. E. --IZS Look out belowl Somersaulf Wow! Doin' good Football Masquerade Dog pile! ..-., I34 I---. LLOYD WAMPLER Assistant Coach B. S., University of Nebraska WILLIAM HILEMAN Head of Athletic Depcwtment Football Coach ' Swimming Coach "C" Club Sponsor B. A.. University of Montana I M.- lg5l.-.'. . EARL QSHADOWD RAY Basketball cough B. A., University of Wyoming FOOTBALL TEAM Rhodes, Bob, Kennedy, Archie, Pierce, Art, Spaulding, Charles, Gould, Ted, Harris Bill-Manager. Second Row: Layman, Ted, Cooper, Floyd, Hayden, Kenny, Donnelly, Art, Schwartz Joe-Coach, Wampler, Floyd--Assistant Coach, Mathews, Bill, Daly, Gene, Schmidt Bill, Holden, Gordon, Williamson, Jerry. Third Row: Kamboris, Nick-Manager, Cadwell, Stan, Carlson, Swede, Miller, Bill, Sedar, Dick, Hool, Tom, Covington, Lyle, Temple, Joe, Kapeles, John, Hileman, Bill, Kamboris, Gus-Manager. .,-lg6,,F First Row: Peyton, George, Scott, Tom, Stroud, Clarke, Bouzis, Mike, Smith, DeRoy, ' - ----f27J--- A I my f, Q. gn ' 535F:W-'-Wwifigff. -A V 5 gs,,',i"f3vy?mf.' , -bw qw fwp wwf , HW, M., M.. 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I uk ,,,.X-ff' iffrf' VI5'IlN'K SL ' DTT Emi! 4 K XPf4fl,lC54 Yigfrl. FOX' INGTUN , A 'l':u'kie Sli UU! Ugly, SI'Xl'l.i3Vi4 X , Joyce ANSON Mustang Queen MARy ANN EFF J ANP: LESTER OSQORNE 5 W ' 1 'W' up nw vw D JOYCE ONQHGE BEDSA UL I3 it Nw if 'W Q ff fi We , g Y , if M Y -4 'Z 'P ' ff 4 Q ,V .gg , W ,.,,fgw:f 4, k V an W ':, '1 Af, wwf 6? ww k was .5 4 ,QM 'S . , lfgfgi f B! X ,QW if A W 4??4::i'f fr S' 'X Y fx -W gg: Billings 14 ....... Rawlins 13 ....... Laramie 0 ....... Cheyenne 19 ....... Cody 6 .............. Rock Springs 0 .......... Sturgis 13 .............. Sheridan 7 ....,.....i... Great Falls 20 .......... Lovell 13 ............ FOOTBALL SCORES 1947 - 1948 ..TI331T. Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper Casper 2 0 12 20 6 33 24 12 6 26 Orientation Going into stiches Royal Date Look out, Mr. Worm! -f341- Nl, '51, 5 ' - 1' A ' .V Hx if . gg ' , 4' ' jj JL. 'X ,PF .wil PX ,V :ff l - ' V kr . . , . V wad, E E v g " ' 'L . V7 ., - . 12 6 V: I KK r J MMUER 3 A 1 FM' E123 Quia Y MY ' t zn er... This season means for us skiing on Casper Mountain With its Weekends of fun and its yearly toll of broken bones. With the com- ing of the snow practice begins for the Christmas program and the talk in the halls concerns speech trips, broadcasts over the local stations, and heavy dates with our courses of study. The Junior Follies gain our first attention and the nod is always given to the current production as being the best ever. The gym echoes with the thump of basketballs and the swimmers make up for Wet, stringy hair by winning trophies and breaking records at every meet. With the return of the flickers, parents are patronized so that the family car will be available for the State Basketball Tournament. -4361- 7: I ' fmirgw, Q ' .K A N, Raw? ' N 2 ff- x . 1 , iv if ,X . . . AW X, 43. X ,.E..::V , WM. , ,. A M- hngiisg. w pzgwf .ww may f es, :N sv .K ,', R 4 ,X . ,au,,,,Wl, as 5 v Q if um Q v -4 1 I. 4 . 1. fr .. up L sf 7 Q lv M M f-QffEe,g.g Q - . A, Q ,K f' s V 5 , 'vu y " - , . a , x ., -,::Qi: K . x 'wiv A Q K v,,5,,'1.mwff1:. k "A - 5 ' :.., K u . .,.,,. 4-Q G Wg x f' , "zu: --3"2Ifffmfv.IE.:I.. ' k, T2 ' Y , "-' '--' z , Q , r Egg ..... . 1 , , , .,.,.4.,.. X Q, , .! 's 2 M' eigfagi fi I V f 5 ' 1. 1 5 Z fl , ' , , ,.n., M .V, R ii V- . ,..,.::f-mm , gays, 4-.M ,KWWM 2, Nm-V V M dl I f w 7 KMA" ,"' 2-H - . X T K+' x N E 2 Q Q n 5 "alfa 5 1 M: A , u ' 'A I 2 5 - f 5 . ' 5 5 f f - ' 1 , W ' S 5 ! J , 0 92 i 1 on X1 RUTH ELLIS WILLA CONNOR MELVIN SMITH BoB REICH Representative Secretary President Vice-president CLASS OF '50 Jack Frost brought ice and snow early to N.C.H.S. and Melvin Smith, "Smitty" to you, was elected to carry firewood to keep the sopho- more furnaces going. Ruth Ellis and Willa Connor watched the barometer and advised weatherman, Bob Reich. During the great blizzard of 1947, Don Swanton cleared the snowy walks so that the future sophomores would find smooth skating the follow- ing year. "Candy" Lesley reigned over the Co-ed Ball, and the "Freshies" were beginning their up- hill climb on the Nursery Slope of Mt. Casper High. This year, Lyle "The Deacon" Covington helped drive the invading football teams from our frost covered field, while Carl Ginet and Bill Murane upheld labor arbitration behind the speaker's rostrum. Tom Noonan and Bill Ebinger braved rain and sleet to trap suspects before the annual camera. In the year of 1948-49 everyone will be looking to these leaders with their ice-melting personalities to reach higher levels on the moun- tains of Sport, Education, and Character than ever before. Miss VIRGINIA Ross AND MR. TOM DOUGHERTY, Sponsms ...f3g1-.. E Q as E La hx H S v A F 3 ? 1 x L Q 1 A it 6 if 5 ww' N x x X X ky . 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A., Montana State College Sponsor, Senior Class DOUGHERTY, J oHN M a thefmatics B. S., Appalachian Teachers College Sponsor, Sophomore Class ADAMS, LAWRENCE Sponsor, Military Ball SHIDLER, MARGARET Language B. S., Missouri Central Teachers College Sponsor, Junior Class DETI, DAN Language B. A., University of Wyoming Sponsor, Junior Class, Spanish Clufb ANTHES, DAN D. History B. S., University of Nebraska VANDIVER, WILLIE Science B. A., Nebraska Wesleyan University M. S., University of Colorado MALONE, ROSEMARY Librarian B. A., College of St. Catherine M. A., University of Minnesota HITNER, ROBERT R. Military BLOWER, ANN English University of Wyoming Director, Junior Follies PATE, NELLIE A. Dean of Girls Campbell University Southwestern College Sponsor, Girls' League Council, Big Sisters 1525 wif ,.W.W.....,,,,,N X 'Q W' First Row: Dotson, Jessie: Dougherty, Shirley: Williams, Beverly: Bundy, Leola: Pentecost, Eileen: Lynch, Pat: Kam- boris, Yeota: Davis, Rose: Boyles, Marilyn: Snyder, Marilyn: Barker, JoAnne: Harris, Marjorie: Nelson, Wanda: Seabeck, Pat: McGregor, Frances: Ostlind, Keigh: Good, Gertrude: Clark, Marjorie: MeAlister, Donelda: Sullivan, Betty. Second Row: Bond, Bonnie: Johnson, Judy: Hehnke, Pauline: Kosanke, Muriel: Northrup, Georganne: Robinett, Lois: Peterson, Darlene: Goodrich, Anne: Leenhouts, Joan: Casey, Margaret: Knutson, Ruthe: Steele, Joy: Doing, Myrna: Cullen, Cordell. Third Row: Root, Ruthie: Combs. Shirley: Koenig, Marie: Sechrist, Mary: Plummer, Mary: McKinney, Shirley: Schillereff, Mary Ann: Embry, Pat: Bitzenhofer, Jackie: Traut, Kathryn:Burke, Helen: Rahb, Merrillyn: Bedsaul, Joyce: Lester, Jane. Officers: Virginia Scholtz. Secretary: Ann Goodrich, Treasurer: Miss Pate, Sponsor: Margaret Casey, President: Wanda Nelson, Vice--president. BIG SISTERS Like the whispering of brown leaves in the fall is the chatter of freshmen girls as they step into Room 159 to get a note from their Big Sisters. Everything from 1 drawing a map of a route to classes, to talking over assignments is done via the :post ofiice of the Girls' League Room. Freshmen are made to feel at home and to know the traditions of our high school by the senior girls chosen for their scholastic rating and dependability to be Big Sisters. In addition to helping the Little Sisters with their problems, the Big Sisters meet every other week to give assistance to all the girls' activities at N.C.H.S. and for their own enjoyment. Little goes on in the busy hub of 159, that the Big Sisters do not participate in. When winter has passed and the season for the Slight Snow and Sprouting Seeds is here, the seniors realize how much they have gained in cheerfulness, leadership, and honor from the organization. ' --i451-M Left to right, standing: Roper, Nancy Lee: Bidwell, Jane: Brodine, Steve: Potarf, Sally: Winborne, Pat: Irving, Bob: Harris, Dong Evans, Wayne, Barker, .InAnng Defieyes, Kenneth: Holseher, Katheryng Curry, Skipperg Goodrich, Ann. Seated: Masek, Rosemary, Sheppard, Don. fAlxsent: Virginia Evans and Sue Streich.J RADIO GUILD Miss Hill, sponsor of the Radio Guild, works hard during the winter teaching the members how to write scripts, to broadcast correctly, and how to gain voice control. While other students are skiing, Radio Guild members report the accidents and other news over the Weekly Headliners program. They also have charge of another program, the High School Hit Parade. Of course, you all know that giving the morning announce- ments over the P.A. is another of the activities of the club. Every spring, the members take over KDFN on their annual Radio Day, Radio Guild is one of the oldest clubs in N.C.H.S. Fred Hufsmith and Bill Shutts were early members. If you are a junior or a senior and have ideas of becoming a second Shutts or Hufsmith, just join the Radio Guild. .....I461...- First Row: Masek, Rosemary: Walczak, Joan: Kabel, Shirley: Kyner, Georgia: Knutson, Ruthe: Streich, Sue: Shumaker, Iona: Leenhouts, Joan. Second Row: Carter, Catherine: Evans, Virginia' Holsher, Kathryn: Potarf, Sally: Erickson, Marie: Goodrich, Anne: Terman, Jo Anne: Hayes, Tom: Johnson, Bob. Third Row: Reasoner, Eddie: Kirby, Bill: Daly, Gene: Curry, Skipper: Evans, Wayne: Maclntosh, Bob: Conley, John: Colibraro, Phil. Officers: Sue Streich, Treasurer: Iona Shumaker, Secretary: Miss Ethel Lindsey, Sponsor: Joan Leenhouts, President: Tom Hayes, Vice-president. ENGLISH CLUB While the blustery winter winds are blowing, members of the English Club are extremely active. The monthly meetings, held regardless of snow or sleet, further the knowledge of worthwhile literature. It is an elite group because only those who make the highest grades on the entrance exam are admitted as members. Besides learning famous quotations, the English club sold cokes, sponsored mixers, and had a candy sale. When King Winter abdicated, the annual spring party climaxed the year's activities. ....l471.... First Row: Streich, Sue: Mrs. Ann Blower: Adair, Fred: Caniield, Austin: Davidson, Jim: Ramage, Bill: Leik, Tom: Breckenridge, Audrey. Second Row: Mr. Daniel Deti: Baskett, Ann: Rabb, Merrilyng Daly, Kathleen: Huber, Joyce: McKenna, Dolores: Casey, Margaret: McAlister, Donelda: Sutphin, Dorothy: Green, Nancy: Edleman, Joyce. Third Row: Harbicht, Shirley: Long, Jeanette: Roper, Nancy Lee: Bidwell, Jane: Ellis, Sylvia: Shumaker, Iona: Sechrist, Mary: Kobel, Shirley: Walczak, Juan. : ' Officers: Mrs. Ann Blower and Mr. Dan Deti, Sponsors: Sue Streich, Secretary: Shirley Harbicht, President: Sylvia Ellis, Vice-president: Joyce Huber, Treasurer. SPANISH CLUB Are you taking Spanish? Do you have a yen for Spanish names and customs? Well, the Spanish Club is organized for just such people. At the monthly meetings, you have ,a Spanish name and are entertained by Latin American dances and songs. The only requirement is that you take Advanced Spanish or have at least a two average in first or second year Spanish. This year, one of their many projects, was a big fiesta complete with a bull fight. The club also had a big picnic for the final meeting of this year. --l4s1-.- if!! -. ff . f will ,U -at qui Q5 ff' " ilk -W Q- .,,..f ' 315 , -- M .,,,. IAQIVAH , 5 EMM Q Q A K fl y - .siibxqiifgf 6 .W Q S in-'fr f SQ 1 'J 5 if 5 3 QR A F K f 3"fs,72i i X, s 9 Q ,f ig is Y K Q1 .,.f 'EH N35 A fl .3 EWS t EM Sxsbif ,. ,X N 1 QS ,Sl DICK HENDERSON DARLENE JOHNSON ELOISE BROWN JIM DAVIDSON Vice-president Secretary-tfreasurea' Represenmtiqie President CLASS OF '49 "The Rains Came"g then we were "Snowbound"g but nothing would dismayfthe ambitions of those producing the "Fantasies of '48". Bunnies, Gollywogs, Scotch Sword Dancers, Ballerinas, and glamorous gals and guys galore are still being talked about within our halls. Miss Shidler, Yvonne, and Mr. Deti did splendid work in givingv another Follies that was in keeping with the wonderful ones we have had from previous ,g Juniors. ' I In the early years of the class of '49, the seeds 1 of leadership began to grow and to be noticed in Jim Davidson, Chuck Spaulding, Burt Durnell, Jerry Burridge, Mert Indergard, Mary Ellen Anderson, and Barbara Atterbury. To point the way through the all-important year of 1947-48, many of the ex- perienced ones were called on again and Dick Hen- derson, Eloise Brown, and Phyllis Propp were elected to join the "Qfficers' Club". These juniors in striving for the spring of life, their senior year, have already brought fame I to N.C.H.S. As fullback for the mighty Mustangs, Clarke Stroud was an all-state Selection. Next year when they attain glory, it will not be in one field but in sports, oratory, and scholarship. MISS MARGARET SHIDLER AND MR. DANIEL DETI Sponsors ..i.I52l,-,, J UN IORS First Row: Anderson, Rita Jo: Breckenridge, Audrey: Apel, Dorothy: Attebery, Barbara: Anderson, Mary Ellen: Brown Eloise: Austin, Jackie: Allemand, Jackie. Second Row: Allemand, James: Boyer, Emma Jean: Boyles. Jeannie: Brock Dowrean: Beattie, Pat: Bennett, Beverly: Bollum, Carol Ann: Brewer, Vaughn. Third Row: Bruckert, Mike: Brow, Le- Roy: Byron, Gerald: Alm, Dick: Burnett, Bob: Allen, Emerson: Ayers, David: Anderson, Ralph, First ROW! CUFFGHCS. Nancy: Culver, Pat: C21UiSiHl', LOYS Corbet, Eleanor: Clark, Rosemary: Crow, Dorothea: Byer, Mar- garet: Boyle, Billie June. Second Row: Brown, Ronald: Cook, Don: Caquelin, Bob: Bochmann, Brad: Barnes, Ashley Canfield, Alston: Conley, John: Boyles, Don. Third Row: Colibraro, Phillip: Cooper, Maurice: Charlton, Malcolm Curry, Skip: Chesbro, Wally: Carlson, Swede: Burridge, Jerry: Bouldin, Gene. ,-ljglh... First Row: Dodds, Jackie: Colgin, Shirley Ann: Conner, Farol: Cornell, Betty Jean: Christler, JoAnn: Clabaugh, Linnie Cohee, Joan: Chesbru, Joann. Second Row: Davis, Tom: Durbin, Charliciaz Dolan, Nancy, DeVault, Jo Ann: Dowler Ethel: Dietsch, Dolores: Davis, Elva: Donohue, Peggy. Third Row: Donnelly, Art: Deffeyes, Kenneth: Davidson, Jim Durnell, Burt: Dryer, Jim: Dye, Bob: Deason, Clarence: Brewer, Zack: Davis, Vernon. First Row: Good, Barbara: Green, Betty: Garriott, Dorothy: Gilardi, Beverly: Fossum, La Von: Erickson, Marie, Ealum Jos Lyn: Evans, Virginia. Second Row: Happersett, Arlene: Harper, Edith: Hoifhine, Judy: Harris, Don: Goetz, Bob Grimes, Charles: Gould, Ted: Gooder, Brent: Firnekas, Fred. Third Row: Fisher, Johnny: Foreman, Eldon: Evans Wayne: Eye, Melvin: Evers, Pete: Cooper, Stanley: Earnshaw, David: Dax-nall, Ralph. X 3, 1 Q 251 aimkm First Row: Streich, Sue: Stephenson, liernie Rae: Simmons, Sally: Stiles, Leoti: Shugart, Betty: Sullivan, Kay: Steinman Barbara: Sechrist, Ruby. Second Row: Strasheim, Don: Stallings, Larry: Story, Rosemary: Stroh, Charlene: Shenefelt Betty: Sherry, Jackie: Scott, Jack. Third Row: Steinle, John: Spaulding, Chuck: Stroud, Clarke: Schmidt. Bill: Scholz Ned: Stoutamore, Jim. First Row: Wells, Marjorie: Wenziugcr, Carol: Wagstaff. Donna: Wolfe, Dona: Williams, Joan: Uber, Janice: Thompson Emma Jean: Terman, Jo Anne. Second Row: Olsen, Harold: Ward, Herb: Yingling, Wynona: Vitto, Mary: Walczak Joanne: Wells, Frances: Witt, Jackie: Wonderly, Cordia: Walport, Jim. Third Row: Wolfe, Don: Wheeler, Bob: Williams Max: Welch, Don: Williamson, Jerry: Whetham, Wayne: Temple, Joe: Tripeny, Robert, ?I5'j1.... WMW4. 1 QM 293 A XMW ,VfasiiP7'zQ'ff fl -W KRS' u sa kmvfg - sizz, ' ,. if ' ,gg Vi 1 mf' fWQ5z,.7v?' - Tm iz.. E255 ' 35 5 5 .J-we big X 1 'Q- , ,, 3 my 'Q 1- x X ws 'L .sf Ai L ,kig M x--, N' ig, 4 if nf 8? W 4 whmi H ,Q , P252 In , X 1 Qi fu 1 . 1 Ez?-Q, is.-u w.gQiV5,zsfn..k A f bazpmgsf A F, , . YQ ,. V 2, Af ' 7 ,f 1 Celina i,Qi,Q345v1im4,x3a31', 'fy 'view T -' rf mane wmv A zgzigges' 1 '1fNEfaKE2,x -mg giigkiiftw N-EWU . -" '?::. ' ,swell Aw , 55. 1 X ii :f2YiL"?1S.-15 T1f'!'fwf'f N 5 g Q 1 NY gi JZ ,W Q ' V ig Q Q K 'K V -Q' E L 1 'I Y ,1 ,knfSig9g'. M ii ,. , as n SQ v 'Z I 3? w,e..2g.w,a QM M L Ya ' JS V 'S W .S in f X' H JONES, NELL Head, Mathematics Department B. A., State University of Iowa HAGAN, DOLLIE Head, Science Departmerit B. A., State University of Iowa Sponsor, National Honorary Society MARTIN, ,PAULINE Commerce I B. A., Colorado State College of Education LINDSEY, ETHEL L. English B. A., University of Nebraska M. A., University of Wyoming Sponsor, English Club RUSSELL, VIRGIL Y. Head, History Departfment B. A., Wichita University M. A., University of Arizona ROSE, VIRGINIA English and History B. A., University of Wyoming Sponsor, Sophomore Class BROOKS, FRED Military Sponsor, Rifie Team GANTT, PATRICIA, R. N. St. Luke's Hospital, School of Nursing 1 MICHALKE, ELSIE Physical Education B. S., Michigan State Normal M. S., University of Michigan TOBIN, PEGGY Commerce B. S., University of Wyoming KINGHAM, WALTER Vocational Coordinator B. S., University of Wyoming Sponsor, Student Council AGNEW, JESSIE MAE M nsic B. A., Greeley Teachers College M. A., Northwestern University GADBERY, CLARA FRANCES English B. A., University of Wyoming M. A., University of Wyoming REED, EARL M. Art Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts TISDALE, ANNA SUE English B. A., University of New Mexico ALEXANDER, JAMES V. Shop University of Wyoming S' ff' ,Qs H ,. L2:i,hV5si:w:s,g4fSM bi WJ' . Ld J W V X Q K? , 'mf 3, 7, K .. 44 1 4? I4 f , 3 . Q if X ' F fi Q ' EA M eva A Lap- fiigii i W I fish W f it? kg ., 'hz mi 1 9 E X 12 I ia 2 5 JLQQ' I .. . x.,afLyf'w Q - if-5413 ' A Q1 , wx K 'X N W .,, :. w A w A I GS Mfg, Www X L , 4 ,wr A Vg SS? sw Q fy? M vw 'R A A? RE K ff ' 235 ' Xx X ' 'Si xylcj' ' - 3' Q , 5 . Nwz 1 W gg 4 . V 1 . www ' 5' iv 1 -3 . M WL ., x 1 y -. Wi' 1 . S W, ' ' " iii - 'bs 4 5' g f fw f ' .,..... 2 , Q it A 253:5 1 pig: ' Sfiw if , . :lip -ff-f'm.,f f T is g i Egg 143- QM' . E Q , , BASKETBALL SQUAD First Row: Layman, Ted: Hool, Tommy: Spaulding, Chuck: Kapeles, John: Reasoner, Eddie: Cook, Clifford: Kirby, Bill: Durnell, Burt: Holden, Gordon: Williamson, Jerry: Ruimmel, George: Whetham, Wayne. Second Row: Medley, Gene: Browning, Robert: Brewer, Zack: Grimes, Charles: Hileman, Bill: Pearce Art: Gould, Ted: Haugham, Darrell: Anderson, Ralph: Pearce, Herman, manager. Coach "Shadow" Ray kneeling. BASKETBALL SCORES 1947 - 1948 Douglas 20 ....,. ........ C asper Laramie 42 ........ ........ C asper Mitchell 25 ......... ,,.,,.., C asper Cheyenne 56 Casper Thermopolis 28 ...... ........ C apser Cheyenne 59 Casper Cody 21 ..........., ........ C asper Gillette 34 .. Casper Billings 33 ........ ........ C asper Sheridan 47 Casper Billings 32 ..,.,...,., ....,... C asper Buffalo 22 .. Casper Laramie 33 ............ ...,.... C asper Sheridan 36 Casper Green River 37 ...... ........ C asper Gillette 23 ., Casper Rock Springs 45 Rock Springs 25 ....,...Casper ........Casper Rawlins 35 ........r... ........ C asper Green River 31 ,...,. ,....... C asper M1dW6St 44 ..,..,... .,.,,,., C asper Rawlins 38 ......,..... ,.....,. C asper Rock Springs 26 Rock Springs 31 ........Casper ........Casper Cheyenne 48 Casper Cheyenne 35 Casper Midwest 36 Casper A District Tournament Gillette 39 .......,,.................,..... Casper Midwest 39 ..... ......... C asper -I661-- First Row: Zoble, Jerry: Smith, De Roy: Bxouzis, Mike: Kennedy, Archie: Kapeles, John: Smith, Jay: Cook, Clifford: Rummel, George. Second Row: Stroud, Clarke: Spaulding, Charles: Holden, Gordon: Dzurnell, Burt: Burridge, Jerry: Pilant, Bob: Pierce, Art: Harris, Bill. Third Row: Coach Earl "Shadow" Ray: Coach Bill Hileman. Officers: 'John Kapeles, Prseident: De Roy Smith, Vice-president: Archie Kennedy, Treasurer: George Rummel, Secretary. THE "C" CLUB The "C" Club ranks among the first of the original clubs in N.C.H.S. To become a member of the club, one must earn a letter in any of the three major sports: that is, football, basketball, or track: mustlhave the recom- mendation of the coach and principal: and must care for equipment in the locker room. Each year the "C" Club sponsors the "C" Club fights, the proceeds being used for an annual banquet for members and their dates. This year the club produced two pep assemblies. ..-I671-.- SWIMMING TEAMS First Row: Rogers, Ronald, Fritts, Darrell, Cromwell, Dale, Shaughnessy, Mike, Thompson, Jack, Second Row: Cunningham, Jim, Adams, Bob, McAtee, Sam, Mc- Conahay, Bob-3 Spargur, Caryl, Beyer, Dean, Peters, Bob, Evans, Wayne, Mr. Hile- man, Coach, Bill Rissler, standing. First Row: Mitchell, Darleneg Perry, Ruth Ann, Lesley, Nancy, Alexander, Vonda Anderson, Jackie, Rice, Jackie, Martin, Barbara. Second Row: Sechrist, Ruby Goodrich, Anne, Breckenridge, Audrey, Sechrist, Mary, Stallings, Kay, Maebius Janet, Cromwell, Sadie, Mr. Hileman. -.1681-Q Soda pop, V. Y.? Second childhood More sugar, please The Tree Top Glistens Nell knows 'em The new look Frances 'fFi11Sem" Feris Wabash Walsh H20 Dollie? .,,N O i n-I.-'-I I umm 'nn'Jn1 111 'wfmb TWYWT xx xxb x QQ XXX x X Qx XX W f-N, IN., I xx 0 VH Q F1111 MGA 'vs-v ww! ' Moa fffsf T271 LIC? Pr The time of the year which brings the lilacs to Casper belongs absolutely to the seniors: there is the Prom, costume day, picnics, class day, all climaxed by graduation. In between thoughts of Commencement, come some big moments at Field Day and music festivals. Many are made happy by election to Thespians, National Honorary, and Quill and Scroll. A day of farewell comes with the securing of signatures and best wishes in the newly issued Mustang. M-f7g1-,..- gg Kea Ea 2 MMM., 2 3 X 121.5 A 5 3 4 , , W , F' WW ' ,W :ww I iff Q5 iriiia KIIEZ 434 ' Aw? if Zig yfzaf., . Q.. ,f as A 1.V7: I' I4 4 . J, , -. .:,., 1 ....., A f wif im ff V, ?f""U'h ggggi W: ,fi Ji? '51, gf. " f ww: ,., .- 5 if' , ,15,Z"I4I' Z'L:Ii'w':5 , f Af f 'EL 1 :. 2' 0 0 '55 Z9 4 Wx s s f 5 1 s ji ,, Q k 'Z' ' v ,F ,V g,, fe: , . ..., A . .. 'A' "-" 4 .ffm ,:si?f2Z 7,1 .,.fz.l. , 1 A 4 Q CLASS OF '48 Remember many, many years ago, four to be exact, when we, the last freshman class to be initiat- ed officially, entered N.C.H.S.? Since then we have literally grown up, learned, and now we are ready to enter the summer of life. To us it is a challenge to make our mark among other Casperites, other Wyomingites, an-d fellow Americans. . We have quite an edge already, though. Even when we were freshmen, Miss Hemry was getting us ready for the time when there would be no Miss Ferises, no Miss Hagens, no Mr. Russells, no Mr. 7- Walshes, to help us through the seasons of life. We ANKER LARSON AND FRANCES FEMS Sponsors put Charles Bechtol in charge that year with John Kapeles, Hugh Campbell, and Archie Kennedy to see that we were off to an appropriate start. Jane Lester and Abby Brooks furthered our intentions by reigning at the Co-ed Ball. As sophomores, we looked and found a leader that later was to be our Student Body President-Gene Daly. When sponsors were chosen, it was Miss Frances Feris and Mr. Otis Johnson that got the job. Like some others we could mention, the Class of '48 had trouble holding its man, Mr. Johnson. Circumstances were such that as Juniors Mr. Leonard Stone was our sponsor. Now Mr. Anker Larsen is kept busy by our many senior activities. h ' n Remember our Dude Ranch, Holiday, with "Curly", Collegians, Gertie, the danc- ing cows, and actors and singers plus? We considered turning professional but after the producers of "Oklahoma!" paid us to stay at school, we decided to turn our talents elsewhere. Suddenly actors became artists, and we transformed the gym to an Oriental Cherry Blossom Time prom for the seniors. Remember? Then the fall of 1947 was here. We equipped ourselves with cheerleaders, ear- muffs, and coffee, and yelled with a Mustang spirit as our football team went on to victory. For the first time, Casper captured the Turkey Bowl. We were riding high. Lessons weren't forgotten by all in the excitement. Pat Seabeck received the D.A.R. citizenship award. Pat Winborne, Cordell Cullen, and Don Sheppard debated loud and long. .Soon winter was here an-d we were moving inside to watch Bill Kirby, George Rummel, Tom'Scott, E-d Reasoner, Art Pierce, and Buzz Cook rise to the challenge of "Beat Cheyenne!" on the basketball court. At the Little Camp Perry matches our rifie team did the impossible by winning the Grand Championship. No one there was able to defeat Jay Smith, winner of the individual competition. Everyone sang "Remember Me", bleached his hair, the girls lengthened their skirts-and then it happened. One day We marched down the aisle of the auditorium to "Pomp and Circumstancef' It was an end and a beginning. Remember? You ask, "Remember the time when-?" We'll never forget it! Q ' 41741, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS GEORGE RUMMEL JOHN KAPELES, . Vice-president President , JANE LESTER JOYCE ANSON Treayszwer Secretary -wm- z: . V Mamma?-rvzwwwfrw wx ff I:1 "::K:':,"F'i. -. 1 1 i Q f 1 iff x v N' 'K 5 lx kwa, , 'X A wi I gn . I HRW f x "" -4 X- wwe 1:5 if' fl, fs? , W g Q 2' .t YL Q? 33 .,,. 2 A. Bidwell, Catherine Jane Bitzenhofer, Jacqueline Rae Blackstone, Roberta Lee Bond, Bonnie Bouzis, Mike John Boyles, Marilyn Jane Brodine, Stephen William Brooks, Abby Y Bullington, Raymond Noel, Bundy, Lena Leola Burch, Barbara Jean Burgess, Robert Glenn Jr ,WMM .,.,, ,.....,, ..'... Q . U as , 3. .. Q. sw, Adair, Fred Aclanzs, Robert Lee Affleck, John Stavern Allemand, John Illarion Ames, Erma Eleanor Anson, Barbara Joyce Apel, Howard Leon Argo, Robert Roy Axe, Harley Baldwin, James Lloyd Barker, Jo Anne Banmgartner, James Bean, Anna Dell Beehtol, Charles Bedsaul, Joyce Bennett, Dorothy Beth ..,.-,-.l761,...... Burke, Helen Margaret Cadwell, Stanley Cain, Margaret Anne Campbell, Hugh Howard Carter, Catherine Agnes Carr, Cledith Anne Casey, Margaret Ann Champlin, Robert Louis Chinburg, Phyllis Joan Clapp, Russell Otto Clark, Marjorie Ann Cokenour, James, Jr. Combs, Shirley Connell, Cynthia Jean Cook, Clifford Victor Cooper, Jesse Floyd, Jr. - fiuyg fi 1 Courts, Evelyn Crashley, Mary Alice Criss, Nadine Cruz, Martin Cullen, Cordell Anne Cunningham, James Leslie Daly, Gene Daly, Jeremiah Francis Davis, Rose Marie Dean, Marjorie Jean Decker, Darrell Glenn Deseh, Ben Golay, Lorraine Joyce Good, Gertrude Leona Goodrich, Anne Goodrich, Edith Julia Goodwin, James Edward Graham, Jo Anne Grissom, Robert Woodford Ground, Dolores Mae Grosz, William John Hammon, Roy Harness, Margaret Anne Harris, Harold Lloyd Doing, Myrna Elaine Donohue, Catherine Patricia Dorn, Billy Dotson, Jessie Olivia Dougherty, Shirley Ann Bramson, Keith Jerome Dye, Paul Norman Edelman, Joyce Haber, Mary Ann Einbrey, Patricia Ann English, Glenn Flyr, Rockford Russell Fox, Shirley Ann Gale, Elwood Ray Gantt, Jacqueline Virginia Gibson, William Robert Harris, Marjorie Hart, Gerald Hayes, Thomas Joseph Hehnke, Panline Henderson, Stuart Heron, Geraldine Higbie, William Arthur Holmes, Milo Earl Howard, Harry Thomas Haber, Joyce Huey, Jacqueline Ann Hunt, Wallace Grant Iglehart, Robert Louis Irving, Robert Baker Jette, Geraldine Faye Johnson, William Allen Johnson, Judith Elaine Johnston, Philip Sherman Kamboris, Yeota Kapeles, Harry John - Kelly, Patricia Cleo Foss, Harri Kemp, Clarice Marie Kennedy, Archibald Powers Kerley, David ' Keyser, LeRoy George King, James Kirby, William Abbott Lipp, Arlene Lybyer, Alma La Ray Lynch, Patricia Lois Lytle, Kenneth Bruce Mack, Bethany McAlister, Donelda McAtee, Samuel Andrew McCarnley, Shirley Lee Malloy, William McGregor, Frances McIntosh, Robert lllelntyfre, Joe Klungness, Gladys Leonora Knutson, Ruthe Marie Koenig, Marie Elizabeth Kofalcis, Zack Kosanke, Muriel Lorraine Kruse, Laurs La Verne Kropp, Betty Jane Kropp, Shirley Kuster, Clara Alice Larsen, Harry Andrew Lawton, Latham B. Leenhoizts, Joan Phyllis Leik, Theodore William Lester, Nova Jane Lincoln, Jeanne Lindstrom, Leonard McKenna, Dolores McKinney, Shirley Ann Mark, Peggy Lorraine Marshall, Jack Loomis, Jimmie Martin, Jean Marie Marvel, William Frank Mathers, Glenn Thomas Medley, Francis Gene Meranda, Robert Milender, James William Miller, James VVilliam Minor, Marie Harmenia M owrer, William Richard Miindell, Arthur Lee Myers, Ralph William Nef, Donna Nelson, Wanda Lee Northnp, Georganne Patterson, Betty Pentecost, Eileen Jeanette Peterson, Darlene Phillips, Michael James Pickett, Wesley William Pierce, Barbara Ann Pike, Virginia Lee Pittman, Teddy Williavn Pitts, Cecil Harold 4 Q f i Ryan, Darlene June Sehanss, Eileen Marie Schillerejf, Mary Ann Seholtz, Virginia Marlene Smith, DeRoy Sehooler, Samuel Edgar Seabeek, Patricia Joan Seehrist, Mary Ellen Sheppard, Donald Charles Sherrill, M arvin Dale Shilaos, George Winton, Dorothy Plummer, Mary Charles Polen, Edwin Dell Qaealy, Ann Rabb, Merrillyn Reasoner, Edward Earl Regan, Theodore Francis Reinberg, Henry Rhoades, Richard Eugene Rhodes, Robert Eugene Richards, Darlene Marie Rissler, Harry, Jr. Robinett, Lois Rone, Alvin Lloyd Root, Ruthie Irene Rae, Charles Arthur Rmnnzell, George Webber Smith, Jay Russell, Jr. Snodgrass, George William Snycler, Marilyn Joyce Sorenson, Scott Allen Sp1'tz'nczgel, Marilee Ann Steele, Joy Lowry Stiles, Ivan Stofflc, Richard Perry Stone, Jo Ann Stowe, Jerome Harold Strnelc, Betty Struck, Viola Sullivan, Betty Swanton, Patrick John Sweolenborg, Murray Edwarcl Sword, Muclolyn Patrioia Wwe E .1 ISN- Thornpson, Jack Lytton Thomson, Charles Tobin, Mary Lew Treglown, Donald Mackey Tripeny, John Baptiste, J-r. Trant, Kathryn Tweedy, Shirley Ostlind, Keigh Janet Vitto, Sally Dee Vondra, Betty Vybiral, Della Marie Walpofrt, Frederick Joseph Top Row: Walsh, J ohn S57 Williams, Beverley ,,, I f' Willsey, Merrill "EG-H , gegond Row: Wolcott, Harry N. , l Woodcock, Jack ' Winborrle, Pat Wentz, Betty Osborne, Jan CAMERA SHY SENIORS EDWARDS, JAMES M. KELLY, THELMA JANE MCFARLAND, RALPH H. MARSHALL, WALTER WESLEY Sco'rT, THOMAS G. , VIGIL, ALFRED C. YINGLING, MYRLE .....l841... Zoble, Jerry Q' ..,,, L ww" if Mi! 'Win ...--o SMITH, IVA M. Science B. S., University of Nebraska M. S., University of Wyoming GABER, MARY A. History B. A., University of Wyoming Sponsor, Pals RICHARDS, HAZEL Commerce B. A., University of Denver FER1S, FRANCES F. Head, English Department B. A., University of Wyoming M.-A., University of Iowa Sponsor, Senior Classy Mus- tangg National Forensic League HIMEBAUGH, DUKE. A Head, Commerce Department M. S., Kansas State Teachers College M. 'A., Columbia University Sponsor, Savings Stamp Sales HEGWAR, EDITH Head Librarian B. A., Wells College B. S., University of Minnesota DATNOFF, ARTHUR Head, Military Department B. S., University of Vermont COOLBAUGH, BLAINE Music B. M., Kansas State B. S., Fort Hayes State Sponsor, Swing Band, March- ing Band 7 A FF. lv., ...,, Y , Q x ,ww x a E flu! Q flaw-Q -2 b 11 -Mx ' " ., . ., . if-1 , :Ei 'wif :.A I Y eff , Egg. M M 1 I W' Qi Aizi, ' .5 , ' Q, 3-"",..-f --E1 2 an Q' Q ,P f 1 sv x S gli 1 3 , 4 an a 2 3 Q K' y . ' 1 1 5 4 . 4 Q . 4' diff QW ' xg! ,F QSMFSR . W I E2 'zip 'iijnpf 5' V ,,.--V' MA ii , , l if? x W XL . M ' - Q? ff 9 1, x 1 fi 44 .1 g z. ? 41, ? , ' - Q .' E1 1631 Qi agpb-fyfg fl Q ' 36? 'WW M fig' ""'f"zf 5' f 4 M -f fmgff Wy, x . -f Q - -ff-H gf f- lv I X W S , . iw? Wa ,g L fx, afub X W. 1 V K 2 'H 5 . 1 Q . . 1 , ,. , .' Q. g , D 5 U H v a . 5 V B' : Q V ?AC4f1cav.fp ., A fgvfiivi retir- qfiywiv its 'J'j?1?F' G V11 I MT' TMi'lV'l?!'Y'97v Mike Phillips. Jay Smith, Sgt, Fred Brooks, Sponsor, Ned Scholz, Bill Snodgrass. GRAND CHAMPION RIFLE TEAM The first meet to determine the NRA Sectional Championship was held March 5 and 6 at Kemper Military School, Boonville, Mo. In the Little Camp Perry matches to decide this championship, 30 high schools and 11 university teams had to be defeated. We didn't dare to dream of such an honor. Never before did a high school team win the Grand Championship. The N.C.H.S. rifle team scored a 749 to tie the all-time mark shot by the University of Iowa in 1935. By virtue of the same score, they won the High School Champion- ship. St. Thomas Military School was the last to win this place with a score of 711 in 1942. Individual honors were heaped upon Jay Smith, Mike Phillips, Bill Snodgrass, and Ned Scholz. Jay is now the hero of N.C.H.S. He won the first place in standing-third place in kneeling-and individual first place in the NRA meet. The Grand Aggregate Caward for the best shot therej was given to him. Mike Phillips won second place in the NRA individual. Bill Snodgrass took fifth place in the same event. On the entire trip the team defeated 58 other rifle teams. If there had been any other teams to beat or awards to win, our champions would have done it. gvwil-M Joyce Anson Ann Baskett Joyce Bedsaul Jerry Breckenridge Ethel Dowler Loy Callister Beth Bennett Rose Davis Peggy Donohue Mary Lou Baillie Jo Anne Barker Anita Benton Jackie Bitzenhofer Rosemary Clark Jerry Burridge Bob Champlin Wally Chesbro Gene Daly Jerry Daly Jim Davidson Catherine Carter MADRIGAL MEMBERS FIRST SOPRANOS Carol Kent Jo Ann 'Covington Ruthe Knutson Mary Ann Davis Pat Embrey Marie Erickson Joan Joslyn Mary Ann Drew Rachel Ikard Marion Lybyer Betty Cooper Janice Harder Sue Holley Marie Indergard Dorothy Lindstro Bob Gibson Don Harris Torn Hayes Tom Hool Johnny Kapeles Orman Kelly Betty Kropp Georgia Kyner Jean LaF1eische Marie Minor SECOND SOPRANOS Rosemary McGee Marilyn Snyder Joy Steele ALTOS Marilyn McReynolds Ann Morgan Phyllis Propp Jennie Ray m Betty Shenefelt TENORS AND BASSES Ted Leik Kenny Lytle Jack Marshall Wesley Pickett Henry Reinberg Jack Thompson Marilou Pauling Merrillyn Rabb Ola Belle Smith Rosemary Story Jan Uber Joan Johnson Joan Williams Wanda Nelson Clara Kuster Sally Simmons Julia Solwold Orpha Solwold Carol Wehrli Judy Johnson Bob Tripeny Jack Tripeny Tommy Davis Cecil Pitts Dave Earnshaw Dick Corbridge Bernie Tamblin Pat Donohue Pat Beattie Roberta Blackstone Evelyn Tobin Eulah Scott Cordell Cullen Margaret Harness Marguerite Seelaus Willa Jean Ponton Lois Robinette Marie Nelson Rosemary Masek Jeanette Long Della Lincoln Emerson Allen George Jones Pat Swanton Bob Borders Neal Lewallen Jim King Edward Cosgrove 5 Q5 agp- its Wliffifg 6: W fg 24: a WWW I E , BAND TWIRIJERS orroslrr, 1-AGE Opposite page, top: Brown, Lorettag Anderson, Mary Elleng Tobin, Mary Loug Joslyn, Joang Leik, Tedg Klungness, Gladysg Ikard, Rachelg Leslie, Ruthg Bennett, Beverly. Ralph Anderson Barbara Attebery David Ayers Marvin Bishop Dowrean Brock Darlene Bittlestone Bo-b Burnett Gordon Bystrom Diana Chalfant Bob Champlin JoAnn Cheslbro Herbert Cheshire Joan Chinburg John Conley Jerry Austin Irving Bachelor SENIOR BAND MEMBERS Milton Coffman Jean Connell Joan Colver Art Davidson Jim Davidson Tom Davis Kenneth Deffeyes Bob Downs Virginia Dunham Bill Ebinger Charles Erickson Allan Flemming Ruth Francis Carl Ginet JoAnn Graham Valeta Green Carl Grosz Carol Huber Floyd Harnagel Louie Henderson Margaret Hutchinson Bill Johnson Bob Johnson Darlene Johnson Orman Kelly Douglas Kingdon Ted Leik Mike Leonard Don Ludwig Clyde Miller Dorma Milne Mary Ann Moore Bill Murane Pattie Nicholas Jerry Noland Harold Olsen Dorothy Owen Joyce Packard May Perkins Eddie Pickett ' Wesley Pickett Jewell Pitts JUNIOR HIGH MEMBERS Bobby Dalton Betty Jo Lacey Joyce Shriver Chuck Eblnger Norma Rader Ronald Stearns John Prugh Eddie Reasoner Nancy Roper Donald Say Caroljean Sloan Larry Stallings John Teeter Jo Anne Terman Bog Tripeny Elmer Underwood Beverly Williams Max VVilliams Pat Winborne Bill Boyer John Young- if i . Q 1 ' . A . -4 2 3 E 8 3 ? 2 5 if 3 5 5 1 1 5 e 5 ifR'vZZ? 3 I love a parade That you, Eddie? Kettle Guys All together N.C.H.S. ORCHESTRA Opposite page, top: Tower Tempo. JUNIOR TRIPLE TRIO Opposite page, middle: Pauling, Mariloug Erickson, Marie, Williams, Joan: Joslyn, Joan, Indergard, Marieg Uber, Jang, Clark, Rosemary, Shenefelt, Bettyg Donohue, Peggy 5 Baskett, Ann. BOYS' OCTETTE Opposite page, bottom: Tripeny, Jack, Corbridge, Dickg Lytle, Kenny, Lewallen, Neal, Champlin, Bob, Daly, Geneg Chesbro, Wally, Pickett, Wesleyg Burridge, Jerryg Kelly, Ormang Decker, Darrell. ......l971... is-we First Row: Clark, Marjorie: Patterson, Betty Winborne, Pat: Johnson, Judy: Pike, Virginia: Mc- Kinney, Shirley: Ellis, Sylvia: Pentecost, Eileen Second Row: Leenhouts, Joan: Knutson, Ruthie Crashley, Mary Alice: McKenna, Dolores: Bitzen- hofer, Jackie: Schillereff, Mary Ann: Kyner, Georg- ia: Larsen, Harry: Casey, Margaret: Goodrich, Ann Harris, Imogene. Third Row: Treglown, Don: Flyr Rockford: Howard, Harry: Brodine, Stephen: Hayes Tom: Kapeles, John: Leik, Ted: Cain, Margaret Bidwell, Jane: Gibson, Bob: Kruse, Corky: Connell Jean. Editors: First Row: Judy Johnson, Virginia Pike, Jane Bidwell, Bob Gibson. Second Row: Miss Pettigrew, Sponsor, Don Treglown, Harry Howard, Joan Leenhouts. GUSHER STAFF Summer, fall, winter, or spring you can find the Gusher staff buzzing with activity. This high school news service handles that terrific job of getting out the school newspaper, complete with collecting ads, writing copy, reading copy, correcting proof, and getting material to the printers on time. The very mention of the word "deadline" will prompt the reporter to perk up his ears and whip out his assignment note-book, to see if any- thing is amiss. The staff is made up of the Journalism class and other interested students in N.C.H.S. The only requirement for continued membership is hard work and dependability. The Gusher has a reputation to live up to. It has received the International Honor Award, the most honored achieve- ment given by the Quill and Scroll Critical Service of School Newspapers. Miss Ruth Pettigrew is the hard-working sponsor of the staff. Under her direction, the Gusher is published on an average of every two weeks, plus the big Christmas edition. Also, on April 1 the notorious "Slusher" comes forth. This is the journalist's dream-just to let go and write all the fantastic and hilarious news stored in his mind. The result is the rib- tickling April Fool's issue. ....I981..... gs' First Row: Bitzenhofer, Jackie: Schillereff, Mary Ann: Nelson, VVanda: Barker, Ju Anne: Shumak- er, Iona: Baskett, Ann: Brown, Eloise. Second Row: Cullen, Cor- dell: Shugart, Betty Jean: Witt, Jackie: Schierenberg, Kathryn: Pentecost, Eileen: Kosanke, Mur- iel: Rahb, Merrilyn: Goodrich. Ann ' Cain, Margaret. Third Row: Terman .Io Anne: Streich, Sue: Evans, Vir- ginia: Masek, Rosemary: Hutchin- son, Margaret: Clark, Marjorie: Leenhouts, Joan: Colibraro, Phil: liechtol, Charles. Fourth Row: Smith, Jay: Swedenborg, Murray: Henderson, Stuart: Kirby, Bill: B ' Ashle ' Johnson Bill: arnes, y, , Reasoner, Eddie: Adair, Fred. Officers: Bill Kirby, President: Mary Ann Schillereif, Vice-president: Miss Hagan, Sponsor: Jay Smith, Secretary-Treasurer, NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY When the robins return and the warm Weather is here, the scholarly are rewarded when the Orange and Black Chapter of the National Honor Society selects its new members. Eligibility is limited to those who are in the upper five and fifteen per cent of the Junior and Senior classes respect- ively. They must be outstanding in scholarship, character, leadership, and service. The Junior members this year seem to be geniuses because their lowest grade average is 1.33. The Seniors are smart too, with their lowest average being 1.79. This year six senior members competed for a scholarship offered by the national organization. And, of course, when the flowers began peeping forth, the annual spring picnic was held. ...-IQ91.i First Row: Winborne, Pat: McKinney, Shirley Burke, Heleng Leenhouts, Joang Pike, Virginia. Second Row: Flyr, Rockford: Treglown, Dong Ky- ner, Georgia: Bidwell, Jane, Cain, Margaretg Bro- dine, Stephen: Gibson, Bobg Howard, Harry Johnson, Judy. Officers: Pat Winborne, President: Miss Ruth Pettigrew, Sponsorg Helen Burke, Secretaryg Georgia Kyner, Treasurer. QUILL AND SCROLL In the spring of 1927, N.C.H.S. was granted its charter to the inter- national society, Quill and Scroll. This organization recognizes high school journalists who have achieved distinction in journalism. ' Activities of the group include co-operating in the editing of the Gusher, school newspaper, directed by Miss Ruth Pettigrew. The requisites for gaining entrance into Quill and Scroll stipulate that the student be in the upper .third of his class and have at least 100 inches of his Work in print. This year fifteen members of the junior and senior classes qualified for the organization. M-Homme First Row: Connell, Jeang Martin, Jean: Chinburg, Joan: Quealy: Ann: Bennett, Bethg Kemp, Clarice: Winborne, Patg Harness, Margaret: Patterson, Bettyg Minor, Marie: Bundy, Leola. Second Row: Carter, Catherine: Bidwell, Jane: Pike, Virginia: Fox, Shirley: Burch, Barbara, Huber, Joyce: Carr, Cledith: Gantt, Jackie: Kuster, Clara: Jette, Geraldine. Third Row: Dean, Marjorie: Ground, Dolores: Ames, Eleanor: Lincoln, Jeanne: Kelly, Pat: Anson, Joyceg Donohue, Pat: Graham, Jog Blackstone, Roberta: Kropp, Betty. ' Officers: Joyce Anson, Treasurer: Dolores Ground, Vice-president: Miss Mary Gaber, Sponsor: Jean Connell, Secretaryg Catherine Carter, President. PALS Whether it's raining or sunny Weather, youill always find the Pals spreading sunshine through N.C.H.S. Carefully tended by Miss Mary Gaber, the Pals sprout out each fall to greet newcomers other than fresh- men. The organization is composed of Senior girls chosen for dependability and agreeable personality. In conjunction With the Big Sister organization, the Pals have as- sisted in many activities sponsored by girls. ?l10ll- First Row: Stallings, Kay: Brewer, Vaughn: Jourgenscn, Betty: Baskett, Ann: Sherry, Jackie: Michie, Mary: Shumaker, Iona: Breckenridge, Joan. Second Row: Packard, Joyce: Noel, Lorraine: Cousins, Paddy: lkard, Rachel: Carr, Cledith: Graham, Pat: fsittingl Reynolds, Shirley: Goodrich, Anne: Hutch- inson, Margaret: Evans, Virginia. Third Row: Colibraro, Phil: Dolan, Nancy: Pugh, Lou Ann: Rue, Joseph: Schierenburg, Kathryn: Johnson, Joan: O'Leary, Tim: Welch, Dong Masek, Rosemary: Terman, Jo Anne: Potarf, Sally: Murane, Bill: Kcasler, Mary Janet: Brown, Eloise, Officers: Ann Baskett, Vice-president: Rosemary Masek, Treasurer: Miss Ruby McBride, Sponsor Mary Janet Keasler, Secretary: Eloise Brown, President: Phil Colibraro, Pontifex Maximus. LATIN CLUB In the merry month of May, the Latin Club held its spring picnic as the finale for the year's activities. The membership is limited to thirty- six Latin students. Advanced Latin pupils belong automatically while sophomores must have a 2 average and take a competitive examination in order to join. At the monthly meetings, roll call is answered with quota- tions and sayings in Latin. The programs consist of songs, games, and riddles in Latin. It really is an easy Way to learn your homework. The members of the club also took over the concessions at the Armistice Day game as one of its activities. --mma- First Row: Minor, Marie: Pierce, Barbara: Carter, Catherineg Stiles, Leotig Seabeck, Patsy. Second Row: Tripeny, Bob: Larsen, Harry: Reinberg, Henryg Zoble, Jerry: Tripeny, Jack. Officers: Miss Vesta Carpenter, Sponsor: Marie Minor, Secretary: Henry Reinberg, Vice-president: Jack Tripeny, President. ' NATIONAL THESPIANS i A few years ago a dramatics instructor founded a new organization for the young actors and actresses in N.C.H.S. In a short while the club became known internationally as the National Thespian Society. 'Holding Charter No. 1, the local chapter has been very active this year. Under the direction of Miss Vesta Carpenter, "Tish", a hilarious comedy, was selected as the all-school play, and presented in the auditorium on March 5. To gain entrance into the organization, potential members must donate at least 100 hours of stage-Work. Additional degrees of honor can be obtained by continued Work on the stage. Twenty points constitutes a star Thespian, thirty points a double star, and forty points denotes the Honor Thespian, Awarded bestlacting honors for 1948 were Pat Winborne and Jack Tripeny for their performances in "Tish". , --H031--A BOB GIBSON, Presidentg RUTHE KNUTSON, Secretary 5 PAT WIN- BORNE, Vice-Presidentg MR. BUcHHoLz, Sponsor. ALLIED YOUTH "We stand for the liberation through education of the individual and society from the handicaps of beverage alcohol!" Casper was the first town in Wyoming to take this pledge, and to receive the official Allied Youth Charter. In less than a month A. Y. grew to be the largest school sponsored organization and the enrollment continues to increase. --I1041e-- X5 Lf 0 Ni f 0 X ii xp if vit' " "" -:Z-" -. -5: f TANF- 0 I I A -U I -Pu E53 ZUHWZCT. . . Qu Even during the months of vacation school activities are not forgotten. The oncoming senior girls practice government in the Girls' State 5 representatives go to Red Cross campg basketball and football are changed for swimming, tennis, and golf in which sports We crown our champions from both the faculty and student body. -I106l-W A ,ww ff,1k1ff'ff' f H ls. -L. 'EJ av Q 4, 1-V ' WW if 4? sf::',11wgf-, M f MZQLW wgfm -W ,ww , ,ww-w . 'Q K-2 ,Q 51' U' 'iw Q wr . X ,rf f M! if-f,.,,JK. A 1?":wwf ' ,- ?ffw,,f. 4 f ff' . Z QZA ,-. ix. Hvdt king, I 4 , fr. , - ' 24 ff , , 1 1 rw. V , ig: 5 gf V 5?"?1f,jfgi I -. . Q H xii! I ' it 'uf fi 41 5 3.9 A , s an ,gs-:Q 5 ' - , Y '- :Q ,- ' , 'af Wx X Q, ,WM ., x , :P Q , V .-.- I asf? "'Z:::E'::.2IEf N-F-'i'E4:::.-I by 3. r K 4 L ff f, Gigi ,Mg .: ., .. M .......... A My my . I W 'Rf Q A igmsgsi if R 35? 52,1 , I PICTURE ON PAGE 107 fUpper Left! Our champs on the ball Miss Virginia Ro-se, State Golf Champion Gene Kroh, State tennis singles champion lUpper Right? Getting into the music "racket" Mr. Blaine Coolbaugh, city ladder tournament championg member city doubles championship team fLower Left? Lay that pistol down, man Mr. James Alexander, Rocky Mountain Champion, pistol shooting lL0wer Right? Suits us fine . . . Margaret Cain, Wool Growers award winner for handmade wool garment --l1081-- 1 Q, is SSWQQF 15 S-z If , SENIOR ACTIVITIES ADAIR, FREDRICK Spanish Club 43 National Forensic League 43 Portola J. H. S., San Francisco, Calif. 13 Bal- boa H. S., San Francisco, Calif. 23 Mt. Ayer, Iowa 23 National Honor Society 4. ADA.MS, BOB ' Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 3. AFFLECK, JOHN Class Basketball 1, 23 Non-commissioned Of- ficer 1, 2, 33 Commissioned Oflicer 43 Crack Drill Team 1, 2, 33 Swimming Team 1, 23 Track 23 Baseball 33 Homeroom Represent- ative 1, 2g Junior Follies 33 Military Ball Com- mittee 4. ' ALLEMAND, JOHN M., JR. AMES, ERMA ELEANOR. ANSON, JOYCE Mustang Queen 43 Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Madrigal 2, 3, 43 Pals 4, Treasurer 43 Senior Class Secretary 43 Junior Follies 33 Junior Prom Chairman 33 Cheerleader 43 "Tish" 4g Senior-Freshman Assembly 4. APEL, HOWARD Crack Drill Squad 2, 3, 43 Crack Drill Platoon 33 Mustang Guard 2, 33 Non-commissioned Of- ficer 2, 3, 43 Commissioned Officer 43 Junior Varsity Basketball 2. ARGO, ROBERT R. AXE, HARLEY Laramie, Wyo. H. S. 1, 23 Swimming Team 33 Band 33 Junior Follies 3. BALDWIN, J AMES LLOYD BARKER, JOANNE Latin Club 2, 33 Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 43 Radio Guild 43 Madrigal 43 National Honor Society 43 Girls' State 3. BAUMGARTNER, JAMES J. BEAN, ANNA DELLE Junior Follies 33 Pals 4. BECHTOL, CHARLES Freshman Class President 13 National Honor Society 3, 43 Class Basketball 1, 2. BEDSAUL, JOYCE YVONNE Los Angeles, Calif. H. S. 13 Chadron, Nebr. H. S. 23 Junior Follies 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Mustang Queen Attendant 43 Swing Band gfocalist 43 Madrigal 3, 43 Big Sisters 43 Girls' tate 3. BENNETT, BETH Girls League Council 1, 43 Pals 43 Homeroom Representative 33 Junior Follies 33 Football Ball Chairman 43 Madrigal 3, 43 Co-ed Ball Committee 2, 3, 43 Senior-Freshman Assembly 43 Canteen Council 4. BIDWELL, JANE Radio Guild 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Jun- ior Follies 33 Gusher Staff 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 "Tish" 43 Pals 43 Pep Club 13 Quill and Scroll 4. --H101 BITZENHOFER, JACKIE Latin Club 23 Band Majorette 1, 23 Girls League Council 23 National Honor Society 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Student Body Secretary 43 Big Sisters 43 Canteen Council 43 Kangaroo Court 13 Girls' State 3. BLACKSTONE, ROBERTA Pep Club 13 Madrigal 2, 43 Pals 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Junior Follies 3. BOND, BONNIE LEE BoUz1s, MIKE Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Track 1, 3, 43 "C" Club Fights 1, 2, 43 "C" Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Senior-Freshman Assembly 43 Class Basketball 1, 2, 33 R.O.T.C. 1. BOYLES, MARILYN Pep Club 13 Latin Club 23 Big Sisters 4. BRODINE, STEPHEN W. Spanish Club 2, 33 Junior Follies 33 Commis- sioned Officer 43 Radio Guild 43 Gusher StaE 43 Class Basketball 1, 2, 43 Quill and Scroll 4. BROOKS, ABBY Co-ed Ball Princess 13 Pals 43 Madrigal 43 Adelphi Academy, Calif. 3. BULLINGTON, RAYMOND N. BUNDY, LENA LEOLA Pals 4. BURGH, BARBARA JEAN Junior Follies 33 Pals 4. BURGESS, ROBERT G. Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 23 Class Basket- ball 23 Junior Follies 3. BURKE, HELEN Junior Follies 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Gusher Stai' 3, 43 Big Sisters 43 Quill and Scroll 4, Secretary 43 "Our Town" 33 Football Ball 3, 4. CADWELL, STANLEY CAIN, MARGARET A. J National Honor Society 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Girls' State 33 Gusher Staff 3, 43 Latin Club 2. CAMPBELL, HUGH - Class Basketball 1, 2, 33 Freshman Class Sec- retary-Treasurer 13 Football 1. CARR, CLEDITH Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Pals 4. CARTER, CATHERINE Junior Follies 33 Madrigal 3, 43 "Snafu" 3g National Thespians 43 Pals, President 43 Eng- lish Club 43 Girls League Council 43 Co-ed Ball Committee 4g Football Ball Committee 43 "Tish" 4. CASEY, MARGARET ANN Spanish Club 43 Junior Follies 33 Girls League Council 43 Big Sisters, President 43 Homeroom Representative 33 'Gusher Staff 4. SENIOR ACTIVITIES CHAMPLIN, ROBERT L. Latin Club 35 Band and Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Photographer, Mustang 3, 45 Co-Editor, Mus- tang 45 Swing Band5 Madrigal 45 Boy's Oc- tette 45 Boys' Quartet 45 Student Director, Band 3, 45 Student Council 4. CHINBURG, PHYLLIS JOAN Madrigal 1, 2, 35 Mixed Octette 25 Swing Band 2, 3, 45 Brass Sextette 45 Junior Follies 35 Pals 45 Talent Assembly 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orches- tra 1, 2, 3, 4. CLARK, MAR.JORIE ANN Junior Follies 35 Gusher Staff 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Big Sisters 45 Nordhoff H. S. Ojai, Calif. 1, 25 National Honor Society 4. CLAPP, RUSSELL Class Basketball 1, 2, 35 Football 15 "C" Club Fights 1, 2. COKENOUR, JAMES, JR. COMBS, SHIRLEY Junior Follies 35 Big Sisters 45 Girls' Basket- ball 2. CONNELL, CYNTHIA JEAN Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pals 4, Secretary 45 Junior Follies 35 Gusher -Staff 4. COOK, CLIFFORD Varsity Football 1, 25 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 45 Junior Varsity Basketball 15 "C" Club 3, 45 Varsity Track 1, 3, 4. COOPER, FLOYD Football 45 Spanish Club 3. COURTS, EVELYN Milwaukee, Wis. H. S. 15 Midwest, Wyo. H. S. 2. CRASHLEY, MARY ALICE Gusher Staff 45 Junior Follies 35 Pals 4. CRISS, NADINE DONA ' Pals 4. CRUZ, MARTIN CULLEN, CORDELL ANNE Annual Staff 45 Junior Follies 35 National Forensic League 2, 3, 45 Madrigal 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Girls' State 35 Senior Announce- ment Committee 45 Big Sisters 45 National Honor Society 4. CUNNINHAM, JAMES Sterling Colo. H. S. 15 Swimming Team 2, 3, 45 Commissioned Officer 4. DALY, DENIS E. Sophomore Class President 25 Junior Class President 35 Student Body President 45 Foot- ball 2, 3, 4 5 Madrigal 2, 3, 45 National Forensic League 1, 2, 35 English Club 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Junior Follies 35 "C" Club 4. DALY, JERRY Madrigal 2, 3, 45 Varsity Football 35 Cheer- leader 45 Junior Follies 35 Pep Assembly 3. --lllll DAVIS, ROSE MARIE Big Sister 45 Madrigal 3, 45 Junior Triple Trio 35 Senior Triple Trio 45 Football Ball Committee 3, 45 CO-ed Ball 3, 4. DEAN, MARGIE Football Ball Committee 1, 35 Kangaroo Court 15 ilunior Follies 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Pa s 4. DECKER, DARRELL GLENN DESCH, BEN DOING, MYRNA Junior Follies 35 Big Sisters 45 Senior Band 1, 25 Senior Orchestra 1, 2. DONOHUE, CATHERINA PATRICIA Pals 45 Junior 'Triple Trio 35 Senior Triple Trio5 45 Junior Follies 35 Madrigal 3, 45 Can- teen Council 35 Girls League Council 1, 25 Mustang Queen Attendant 45 Senior-Fresh- man Assembly 45 Talent Assembly 3. DORN, WILLIAM LEE DOTSON, JESSIE Big Sisters 4. DOUGHERTY, SHIRLEY Big Sisters 4. DYE, PAUL NORMAN Football 3, 4. EDLEMAN, JOYCE Huron, S. Dak. H. S. 15 VVillow Lake, S. Dak. H. S. 2, 35 Pals 45 Spanish Club 45 Gusher Smit 4. EDWARDS, JAMES M. EMBREY, PATTY Latin Club 25 Big Sisters 45 Madrigal 4. ENGLISH, GLEN Football 45 Swimming Team 35 .Sand Springs, Okla. H. S. 1, 2. FLYR, ROCKFORD R. Non-commissioned officer 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Gusher Staff 4. FOX, SHIRLEY ANN Rocky Ford, Colo. H. S. 15 Junior Follies 35 Pals 4. Foss, HARRIE Craig, Colo. H. S. 2, 3. GALE, ELWOOD Band 35 Whitefish, Mont. H. S. 15 Fairview, Mont. H. S. 2. GANTT, J ACQUELINE VIRGINIA Pals 4. GIBSON, WILLIAM ROBERT Boys' Glee Club 35 Madrigal 3, 45 Gusher Staff 3, 45 Wichita Falls, Texas H. S. 15 Quill and Scroll 4. GOLAY, LORRAINE Newcomers' Club 25 Big Sisters 4. ' SENIOR ACTIVITIES GOOD, GERTRUDE Big Sisters 45 Junior Follies 35 Football Ball Committee 3. - GOODRIOI-I, ANNE Latin Club 2, 3, 45 English Club 2, 3, 45 Radio Guild 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Follies 35 Swimming Team 3, 45 Big Sisters 4, Treasurer 45 Girls' State 35 Gusher Staif 45 Annual Staff 4. GOODRIOH, EDITH GOODWIN, JAMES E. ' Crack Drill Platoon 3, 45iCrack Drill Squad 2, 3, 45 Mustang 'Guard 2, 3, 45 NOn-cOmmission- ed Oiiicer 2, 3. GRAHAM, J O ANN Senior Band 3, 45 Senior Orchestra 3, 45 Swing Band 3, 45 Pals 45 Junior Follies 35 Newcom- ers' Club 35 Rawlins, Wyo. H. S. 1, 2. GRAVES, DEWAIN D. GRISSOM, ROBERT W. GROSZ, WILLIAM O Football 1, 25 Basketball 15 Madrigal 2, 35 Non-commissioned Officer 2, 3. GROUND, DOLORES Student Council 25 Sophomore Representative 25 Junior Follies 35 Pals 45 Band 1, 25 Foot- ball Ball 1, 2, 45 CO-ed Ball 4. HAMMON, ROY JAMES, JR. ' Class Basketball 1, 25 Portland, Ore. H. S. 15 Junior Follies 3. HARNESS, MARGARET ANN Junior Triple Trio 35 Senior Triple Trio 45 Pals 45 Junior Follies 35 Talent Assembly 3, 45 Senior-Freshman Assembly 4. HARRIS, HAROLD HARRIS, MARJORIE . Big Sisters 45 Football- Ball 3, 45 Co-ed Ball 3, 4. HAYES, TOM Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, 45 Sophomore Class Vice-president 25 Junior Class Repre- sentative 35 Boys' Vice-president 45 Madrigal 3, 45 Boys' Octette 45 Junior Follies 35 English Club 3, 45 Canteen Council 4. HEHNKE, PAULINE LEE Senior. Band and 'Orchestra 1, 25 Junior Fol- lies 35 Big Sisters 4. HERON, GERALDINE 5 Ma-drigal 2, 3, 45 Senior Triple Trio 45 Junior Triple Trio 35 Junior Follies 3. HENDERSON, STUART WESLEY gallt Lake City 1, 25 National Honor Society , . HIGBIE,, BILL Gardiner, Mont. H. S. 15 Class Basketball 2, 3, 45 Commissioned Officer R.O.T.C. 45 Crack Drill Platoon 3. HOLMES, MILO E. -11121 HOWARD, HARRY Latin Club 25 Cheyenne, Wyo. H. S. 15 Boys' Glee 'Club 35 Junior Follies 35 Gusher Staff 45 Commissioned Oiiicer 45 Quill and Scroll 4. HUBER, JOYCE Pals 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 45 Senior- Freshman Assembly 45 Junior Follies 35 Bar- pide, N. Y. H. S. 1, 2. HUBER, MARY ANN ' HUEY, JACKIE Pals 45 Girls League Council 35 Junior Follies 35 Football Ball Committee 35 Co-ed Ball Com- mittee 4. HUNT, SAM Crack Drill Squad 2, 3, 45 Crack Drill Platoon 35 Mustang Guard 2, 35 Non-commissioned Of- ficer 2, 35 Commissioned Oiiicer 4. IGLEHART, ROBERT L. Varsity Football 3, 45 Junior Follies 35 "Sna- fu" 35 "Tish" 45 Swimming Team 2. . IRVING, ROBERT B. Football 35 Basketball 35 Swimming 1, 25 Homeroom Representative 15 Junior Follies 35 Radio Guild 45 Jr. Varsity Basketball 2. JETTE, GERALDINE Junior Follies 35 Pals 4. JOHNSON, JUDITH Madrigal 2, 3, 45 Gusher Staff 45 Big Sisters 45 Triple Trio 3, 45 Junior Follies 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Football Ball Committee 4. JOHNSON, WILLIAM Homeroom Representative 15 Student Council 45 Photographer, Mustang 3, 45 CO-Editor, Mustang 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society. JOHNSTON, PHIL KAMBORIS, YEOTA Big Sisters 4. KAPELES, JOHN HARRY Freshman Class Vi-ce-president 15 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 "C" Club 3, 4, President 45 Senior Class President 45 Junior Follies 35 Madrigal 2, 3, 4,5 Boys' Glee Club 1, 25 R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4. KELLY, PATRICIA C. KELLY, THELMA JANE KEMP, CLARICE Hays, Kan. H. S. 15 Band 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 35 Junior Follies 35 Pals 45 Mustang Rangler Band. KENNEDY, ARCHIE Varsity Football 1, 3, 45 Varsity Track 1, 3, 45 "C" Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 45 "IC" Club Fights 15 Freshman Representative 15 Junior Follies 35 Senior-Freshman Assembly 45 R.'0. T. C. 1, 25 Class. Basketball 1, 2, 3. SENIOR ACTIVITIES KERLEY, DAVID Campbell County H. S. 1, 23 Sheridan H. S. 33 Newcomers Club 4. KEYSER, GEORGE LEROY ' Senior Life Saving 3. KING, JIM I Madrigal 23 Boys' Octette 23 Junior Follies 33 Boxing 3, 43 Track KIRBY, WILLIAM A. Basketball 2, 3, 43 .English Club 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, President 43 Mankato, Minn. H. S. 13 Senior Announcement Commit- tee 43 Student Body Treasurer 43 Canteen Council 43 Senior-Freshman Assembly 4. KLUNGNESS, GLADYS LANORA Junior Follies 33 Pals 43 Band Majorette 1, 3, 43 Senior-Freshman Assembly 4. KNUTSON, RUTH MARIE Madrigal 2, 3, 43 Triple Trio 3, 43 English Club 43 Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 43 Gusher Staff 43 Talent Assembly 2, 3. KOENIG, MARIE E. Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 4. KOFAKIS, ZACK KOSANKE, MURIEL L. National Forensic League 2, 3 343 English Club 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Big Sisters 43 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 23 Girls' State 3. KROPP, BETTY ' Madrigal 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Pals 43 Junior Triple Trio 33 Senior Triple Trio 4. KROPP, SHIRLEY I Big Sisters 43 Football Ball Committee 23 Jun- ior Follies 3. g i, KRUZE, LAURS LAVERN KUSTER, CLARA A. Pals 43 Girls League Council 3, 43 Madrigal 4. LARSEN, HARRY A. "Our Town" 33 "Snafu" 33 National Thespians 3, 43 "Tish" 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Gusher Staff 4. - LAWTON, LATHAM Flint, Mich. H. S. 1, 2. LEENHOUTS, JOAN PHYLLIS Latin Club 23 Madrigal 23 Gusher Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 33 English Club 3, 4, Presi- dent 43 Quill and Scroll 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Big Sisters 43 Girls' State 3. LEIK, TED W. Drum Major 2, 3, 43 Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Orchestra 43 Swing Band 1, 2, 3. 43 Junior Follies 33 Madrigal 43 Saxophone Sex- tet 1, 2, 3, 43 Gus-her Slaii' 43 Varsity Basket- ball 43 "Tish" 4. 11131 LESTER, JANIE A Queen of Co-ed Ball 13 'Kangaroo Court 13 Or- chestra 1, 23 Canteen Council 1, 3, 43 Military Ball Captainette 23 Junior Class Representa- tive 33 Student Council 33 Mustang Queen Attendant 43 Senior Class Treasurer 43 Big Sisters 4. LINDSTROM, LEONARD LINCOLN, JEANNE Dundolk H. S., Baltimore, Md. 1, 2, 33 York, Nebr. H. S. 33,Glenrock, Wyo. H. S. 33 New- comers Club 33 Pals 4. LIPP, ARLENE ANN ' Craig, Colo. H. SA. 13 Junior Prom Committee 33 Big Sisters 4. LYBYER, ALMA L. LYNCH, PATSY 'Big Sisters 4. LYTLE, KENNETH Student Council 43 Senior-Freshman Assemb- ly 4. MCALISTER, DONELDA 3 Big Sisters 43 Spanish Club 43 Wheatlan-d, Wyo. H. S. 3. Q MCATEE, SAM ' Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Freshman Initiation 1. - MCCAMLY, SHIRLEY Home Room Representative 13 Junior Follies Committee 33 Pals 4. MCFARLAND, RALPH Football 3, 4. MCGREGOR, FRANCES L. Big Sisters 43 Football Ball Committee 2, 43 Junior Follies 3. MCINTOSH, ROBERT English Club 4, R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4. MCINTYRE, JoHN JOSEPH, JR. Cheyenne H. S. 2, 33 Glenrock H. S. 1. MCKENNA, DOLORES ANN ' Riverton H. S. 1, 23 Newell, VJ. Va. H. S. 33 Spanish Club 4. MCKINNEY, SHIRLEY Spanish Club 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 43 Football Ball Committee 3, 43 Gusher Staff 43 Quill and Scroll 4. MACK, BETTY Theresa, N. Y. H. S. 1, 2, 3. MALLOY, WILLIAM M. Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 23 Class Basket- ball 23 Junior Follies 33 Kangaroo Court 1. MARK, PEGGY L. MARSHALL, JACK Junior Follies 33 Football 1, 23 Madrigal 2, 3, 43 Boys' Octette 2, 3, 4,3 Boys" Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Swing Band 3, 4. SENIOR ACTIVITIES MARSHALL, VVALTEK PENTECOST, EILEEN JEANNETTE MARTIN, JEAN Pals 4, Junior Follies 3. MARVEL, WILLIAM FRANK Football 2, 3, 4. MATHERS, GLENN Band 1, 2, Football 2, Junior Varsity Basket- ball 2, English Club 3, Spanish Club 2, Junior Follies 3, Homeroom Representative 3, 4, "C" Club Fights 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Madrigal 2. MEDLEY, GENE Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Junior Follies 3. MERANDA, BOB Riverton, Wyo. H. S. 2, Boy's Glee Club I. MILENDER, LEONARD Crack Drill Squad 2, 3, 4, Crack Drill Platoon 3, Mustang' Guard 2, 3, Non-commissioned Of- ficer 2, 3, 4, Commissioned Officer 4, Color Guard 4. MILLER, BILL McCook, Neb. H. S. 2, Football I, 4, Junior Follies 3, "C" Club 4, Senior-Freshman As- sembly 4. MINOR, MARIE "Junior Miss" I, National Thespians 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Ping Pong Champion 3, Pals 4, "You Can't Take It With You" 2, Junior Fol- lies 3, Senior Announcement Committee 4, A.K.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. MOWRER, WILLIAM RICHARD Gusher Staff 4, R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4. MUNDELL, ARTHUR LEE Centennial High, Pueblo, Colo. 1, Junior Fol- lies 3, Commissioned Officer R.O.T.C. 4, Span- ish Club 4, Newcomers, President 2. MYERS, RALPH WILLIAM NEFF, DONNA Sterling, Colo. H. S. 3. NELSON, WANDA LEE Girls' League Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Madrigal 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Senior Announcement Committee 4, Girls' State 3, Big Sisters 4, Vice-president 4, Foot- ball Ball Committee 1, 2, 3,4, Co-ed Ball Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1. N ORTHRUP, GEORGANNE Big Sisters 4. ' J OSBORNE, JOANNA DEE Baton Rouge, La. H. S. I, Junior Follies 3, Gusher Staff 3, Football Ball Committee 4, CO-ed Ball Committee 4, Mustang' Queen At- tendant 4, Senior-Freshman Assembly 4. OSTLIND, KEIGH JANET Big Sisters 4. PATTERSON, BETTY ELLEN Pals 4, Gusher Staff 4, Sylacauga, Ala. H. S. 1, Hammond, Ind. H. S. 2. -441141 Latin Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Gusher Staff 4, National Forensic League 4. PETERSON, MARGARET DARLENE Lansdown, Pa. H. S. 1, 2, Homeroom Repre- sentative 4, Big- Sisters 4. PHILLIPS, J. MICHAEL Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Commissioned Ofhcer R.O. T.C. 4, R.O.T.C. Rifle Club 4, member of the championship team which won the N.R.A., sec- gofiiin-d high school meets, and second in the PICKETT, WESLEY R.O.T.C. Band 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 1, Boys' Octette 1, Junior Follies, "C" Club Fights 1. PIERCE, BARBARA Junior Follies 3, "Tish" 4, Christmas Pageant 2, ,National Thespians 4, Gusher Staff 4. PIKE, VIRGINIA LEE Ma-drigal 3, Gusher Staff 4, Junior Follies 3, Senior-Freshman Assembly 4, Pals 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Football Ball Committee 4. PITTMAN, BILL "C" Club Fights 1, 2, 3, 4, Newcomers' Club 1, 2, Freshman Assembly 1, R.O.T.C. 1, 2. PITTS, CECIL H. Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2, Madrigal 4, Boys' Octette 4, I-Iomeroom Representative 1. PLUMMER, MARY CHARLES Junior Follies 3, Pep Club 1, Big Sisters 4, Colored Girls' Quartette 1. POLEN, EDWIN Class Basketball 2, 3, 4. QUEALY, ANN PATRICIA A Pals .4, Junior Follies 3, Swimming Team 4, Armijo H. S., Fairfield, Calif. 2, Assumption Academy, Chadron, Neb. 1. RABB, MERRILLYN E. . Powell, Wyo. H. S. 1, 2, Bakersfield, Calif. H. S. 1, Hardin, Mont. H. S. 2, Lander, Wyo. H. S. 3, Big Sisters 4, Spanish Club 4, Junior Triple Trio 3, Madrigal 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. REASONER, ED Basketball 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Latin Club 3, President' 3, Madrigal 3, Vice-president 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, English Club 4, Canteen Council 4, President 4. ' REGAN, THEODORE F. REINBERG, S. HENRY National Thespians 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Madri- gal 3, 4, Stage Manager 4, Boys' Glee Club 3. RHOADES, RICHARD EUGENE RHODES, ROBERT Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3. SENIOR ACTIVITIES RICHARDS, DARLENE RISSLER, HARRY ROBINETT, LoIs Midwest H. S. 15 Madrigal 3, 45 Junior Follies 35 Junior Triple Trio 35 Senior Triple Trio 45 Big Sisters. RONE, ALVIN L. Swimming Team 2, 35 Senior Life Saving 25 Olney, Ill. H .S. 1. ROOT, RUTHIE Otis, Kan. H. S. 15 Big Sisters 45 Newcomers' Club 2. RUE, CHARLES Boys' Glee Club 35 Junior Follies 35 Commis- sioned Oilicer R.O.T.C. 4. RUMMEL, GEORGE W. Junior Varsity Basketball 15 Varsity Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Vice-president 45 Commissioned OHicer 45 "C" Club 3, 4. RYAN, DARLENE Big Sisters 45 Junior Follies 3. SCHAUSS, EILEEN MARIE SCHILLEREFF, MARY ANN Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-president 45 Junior Follies 35 Triple Trio 3, 45 Madrigal 3, 45 Big Sisters 45 Girls' .State 35 Gusher Staff 45 Mustang Queen Attendant 4. SCHOLTZ, VIRGINIA MARLENE Senior Band 1, 25 Senior Orchestra 1, 25 Jun- ior Follies Student Director 35 Canteen Coun- cil 15 .Senior-Freshman Assembly 45 Football Ball Committee 3, 45 Big Sisters, Secretary 4. SCHOOLER, SAMUEL E. SCOTT, TOM Rawlins, Wyo. H. S. 1, 25 Football 3, 45 Bas- ketball 3, 4. SEABECK, PATRICIA JOAN Junior Follies 35 Junior Class Secretary- Treasurer 35 Girls League Council 35 Canteen Council 45 Girls' Vice-president 45 "Tish" 45 Madrigal 35 Big Sisters 45 Radio Guild 35 Junior Red Cross Representative 3. SECHRIST, MARY ELLEN Junior Follies 35 Spanish Club 45 Big Sisters 45 Swimming Team 4. SHEPPARD, DON Madrigal 1, 2, 35 Swimming Team 1, 25 Na- tional Forensic League 3, 4, President 45 Radio Guild 3, 4, President 4. SHERRILL, MARVIN Douglas H. S. 1, 2. SHILAOS, JOHN GEORGE Swimming Team 35 Aberdeen, Wash. H. S. 1. ' 1If1l51 SMITH, DEROY C. SMITH, JAY Rifle Team 3, 45 "C" Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Follies 35 Commis- sioned Officer 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Crack Drill Platoon 35 Track Manager 15 Homeroom Representative 25 high individual scorer and member of the championship team which won the N.R.A. sectional, and high school rifle meets. SNODGRASS, GEORGE W. Rifle Team 2, 3, 45 Madrigal 45 Non-commis- sioned Officer 2, 35 member of the champion- ship team which won the N.R.A., sectional, and high school rifle meets, and fifth place winner in the N.R.A. SNYDER, MARILYN Junior Follies 35 Spanish Club 35 Madrigal 3, 45 Big Sisters 45 Football Ball Committee 45 Co-ed Ball Committee 45 Senior-Freshman As- sembly 4. SORENSON, SCOTT A. Franklin H. S., Long Beach, Calif. 15 Non- commissioned Officer 2, 35 Commissioned Of- ficer 4. STEELE, JOY Spanish Club 2, 35 Madrigal 3, 45 Junior Triple Trio 35 Senior Triple Trio 45 Junior Follies 35 Big Sisters 45 'Girls League Council 45 Co-chairman Football Ball 4. STILES, IVAN LEROY STOCK, RICHARD STONE, J OANN Big Sisters 45 Junior Follies 3. STOWE, JEROME H. STRUCK, BETTY Superior, Wyo. H. S. 1, 2. STRUCK, VIOLA VIRGINIA Superior, Wyo. H. S. 15 Spanish Club 2, 35 Junior Follies 35 Pals 4. SULLIVAN, BETTY Big Sisters 45 Junior Follies 35 Canteen Coun- cil 1, 25 Kangaroo Court 15 Girls League Council 2, 35 Football Ball Committee 3, 4. SWANTON, PATRICK Junior Follies 35 Red Cross Representative 45 Homeroom Representative 35 Senior-Fresh- man Assembly 45 Madrigal 2, 3, 4. SWEDENBORG, MURRAY Latin 'Club 25 Boys' Glee Club 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Follies 35 Com- missioned Oilicer 4. SWORD, MADOLYN Big Sisters 45 Junior Follies 3. SENIOR ACTIVITIES THOMPSON, JACK L. Track 13 Basketball 13 Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Madrigal 1, 3, 43 Boys' Octette 43 Junior Follies 3. THOMSON, CHARLES C. Crack Drill Platoon 3, 43 Crack Drill Squad 2, 2 43dN5m-commissioned Oliicer 2, 33 Mustang uar . TOBIN, MARY LEW Band Majorette 1, 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Mad- rigal 23 Girls League Council 13 Junior Prom Committee 33 Kangaroo Court 4. TRAUT, KATHRYN MARGARET ' Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 43 Madrigal 33 Football Ball Committee 33 Homeroom Repre- sentative 4. TREGLOWN, DONALD MACKEY Class Basketball 1, 23 Student Council 43 Gusher Staff 43 National Honor Society 43 Quill and Scroll 4. TRIPENY, JOHN B., JR. Homeroom Representative 23 All-School Plays 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 3g Denver University Scholarship 33 National Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 43 Madrigal 3, 43 Vice-president 43 Junior Rotarian 43 Boys' Octette 3, 43 Busi- neshs gManager, Mustang 43 Senior Orchestra 1, , . TWEEDY, SHIRLEY VIGIL, ALFRED VITTO, SALLY Big Sisters 43 Junior Follies 33 Spear!-ish, S. Dak. H. S. 1. VONDRA, BETTIE VYBIRAL, DELLA MARIE Newcomers' Club 13 Homeroom Representative A 4. WALPORT, FREDERICK J. WALSH, JOHN KELLY Student Rotarian 43 Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior-Freshman Assembly 43 Football 3. WENTZ, BETTY WILLIAMS, BEVERLY J UNE Band 3, 43 Cut Bank, Mont. H. S. 1, 23 Big Sisters 43 Swing Band 3, 43 Junior Follies 3. WILLSEY, MERRILL K. Crack Drill Squad 2, 3, 43 Crack Drill Platoon 33 Non-commissioned Officer 3, 43 Mustang Guard'2, 33 Color Guard 4. WINBORNE, PATRICIA I . Band and Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 National Thes- pians 1, 2, 3, 43 National Forensic League 43 Quill and Scroll 4, President 43 Sophomore Class Secretary-Treasurer 23 Annual Staif 43 Pals 143 ffirls League Council 33 Radio Guild 43 IS ' . WOLCOTT, HARRY N. WOODCOCK, JACK H. YINGLING, MYRLE L. - ZOBLE, JERRY "C" Club 1, 43 Cheerleader 43 "Tish" 43 Junior Follies 33 Football 33 .Senior-Freshman As- sembly 4. STUDENTS RECEIVING WAR SERVICE DIPLOMAS BLAKE, CARROLL GIFFORD BRAMSON, KEITH JEROME CAMPBELL, ERNEST RICHARD DIELEMAN, WILLIAM K. FORSBERG, ROBERT GEORGE GARDNER, CHARLES JOHN GREENLEE, JAMES A. 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