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

 - Class of 1950

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PATE TED A. BUCHHOLZ Dean of Girls Sponsor, Girls Vice Principal, B. A., State Teach- League Council. ers College, Mayville, North Dako- ta, M. A., University of Wyoming. y ,, , L ,A .l .41 SGT. LAWRENCE ADAMS Military Department Sponsor RiHe Team JAMES V. ALEXANDER University of Wyoming Crafts DAN D. ANTHES World History B. S., University of Nebraska Sponsor - Junior Class ELIZABETH ANTHES Home Nursing Registered Nurse MILTON BEITEL General Science B. S., University of Wyoming M s JERALD D. BULLS Military Department VESTA CARPENTER English B. A., University of Colorado BLAINE D. COOLBAUGH Director of Instrumental Music B. S., Kansas State B. M., Fort Hays State Sponsor, Swing Band, Small Ensembles SGT lfc ELLSWORTH S. CUNNINGHAM ' Military Department DAN DETI Language B. A., University of Wyoming Sponsor, Spanish Club MARY DILLE History B. A., Iowa State Teachers College FRANK DILLON English B. A., University of Colorado A., University of Colorado FRANCES F. FERIS Head of the English Department B. A., University of Wyoming M. A., University of Iowa Sponsor, M ustang, National Forensic League, Sophomore class. CAPT. MAX R. FLOYD Head of Military Department PAULINE F USSELMAN Commerce B. A., Colorado State College of Education MARY A. GABER History B. A., University of Wyoming Sponsor, Pals CLARA FRANCES GADBERY English B. A., University of Wyoming M. A., University of Wyoming DOLLIE HAGAN Head of Science Department B. A., University of Iowa Sponsor, National Honor Society EDITH HEGWER Head Librarian B. A., Wells College B. S., University of Minnesota KATHLEEN HEMRY English B. A., University of Wyoming M. A., University of Wyoming WILLIAM HILEMAN Head of Athletic Department B. A., University of Montana Football-Swimming Coach Sponsor-UCH Club GWENDOLYN HILL English B. A., University of Colorado Sponsor, Radio Guild, Mustang, Junior Class DUKE HIMEBAUGH Head of Commercial Department M. S., Kansas State Teachers M. A. Columbia University GRACE SLIND JACOBSON Director of Vocal Music B. M., MacPhael School of Music Sponsor, Madrigal, small music groups. NELL JONES Head of Mathematics Department B. A., University of Iowa WALTER KINGHAM Vocational Coordinator B. A., University of Wyoming Sponsor, Student Council, Senior Class ANKER LARSON Mechanical Drawing B. A., Montana State College - ANDREW C. LINDBLOM Mathematics B. S., University of Denver M. S., University of Wyoming Sponsor, Sophomore Class ETHEL L. LINDSEY English B. A., University of Nebraska M. A., University of Wyoming Sponsor, English Club ROSEMARY MALONE Librarian B. A., College of St. Catherine 'M. A., University of Minnesota HARRY MANGUS Commerce B. A., University of Wyoming Wrestling Team Coach RUBY McBRIDE Head of Language Department B. A., North Dakota State Teachers College M. A., University of Southern California Sponsor--Latin Club ELSIE MICHALKE Physical Education B. S., Michigan State Normal College M. S., University of Michigan ALMA N AVRATIL Music Department Vocal Music-Grade Supervisor B. M. at MacPhail, College of Music ELEANOR O'BRIAN Language B. A., University of Colorado RUTH PETTIGREW English B. A., University of Arkansas M. A., University of Chicago Sponsor, Gusher, Quill and Scroll JO RANNEY Home Economics fSewingj B. S., Iowa State College M. S., Colombia State Teachers College Sponsor, PEP Club EARL CSHADOWD RAY Basketball Coach 'B. A., University of Wyoming EARL M. REED Art Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts WILLIAM REESE Mathematics Assistant Coach HAZEL RICHARDS Commerce B. A., University of Denver VIRGIL Y. RUSSELL Head of History Department B. A., Universities of Wichita and California M. A., University of Arizona Sponsor, Future Teachers GEORGE SCULLEN Auto Electricity MARGARET SHIDLER Language B. S., Missouri Central Teachers College IVA M. SMITH Science B. S., University of Nebraska M. A., University of Wyoming OLEN THOMPSON Auto Electricity University of Wyoming PEGGY TOBIN Commerce B. S., University of Wyoming Sponsor, Big Sisters LOIS UPLAND Home Economics fFoodsJ B. S., Northern Michigan College of Education Sponsor, Pep Club WILLIE VANDIVER Science , B. A., Nebraska Wesleyan University M. S., University of Colorado ALICE WALKER Mathematics B. A., University of Denver PEARL BURNS Registrar OTHALIE JACK Secretary to the Superintendent MAUDE ,IOSELYN Business Office NELL KIMBALL Attendance Clerk MARTHA MARTIN Business Office LOIS MILLER School Nurse A Registered Nurse W. E. NICHOLS Building Custodian NORA RINGLE Manager of Books and Supplies 1 STELLA RUSSELL Business Office WALTER SAVAGE Business Manager B. S., University of Wyoming M. S., University of Wyoming All too little credit is given to the industrious faculty of NCHS. Day after day, year after year, the faculty endeavors to prepare students for their long voyage through life. That the faculty has succeeded in this aim may be seen to a degree through the high scholastic standing in the entire Rocky Mountain area that the school has achieved. Not satisfied with only the scholastic standing, the student-faculty team has built up an enviable record for athletics. This could not be done by the stu- dents alone. NCHS has still another record, the fact that few other schools in Wyoming have as many organized activities. Again the faculty plays a major role, as every activity must have a sponsor. Even though each teacher is busy with affairs of his own, rarely does a student seeking to form an organization receive a negative answer. The sponsorship of activities is not obligatory, and this fact indicates the unselfish- ness of the faculty. Time changes many things, but the kindliness of the faculty toward the students never changes. Assistance in personal problems as well as scholastic difficulties is rendered willingly. A sincere vote of appreciation is uttered by the students at this time. SCHOOL BOARD Edward A. Swedenborg, Mrs. J. R. Mitchell, Dr. Marvin Shidler, Henry A. Boffer, pres., George Wright, David Foote, Sr., Morgan Davis. I K X A Perpetual Twosome even in study hall. You guessed itg Bud McKinney and Lucille Temple. Art Class with Bonnie Stoffel and Mary Lou Bailey in the foreground. That's our boy Covington with the ball. f! O 1' if - sr? 1 4,1 , ai . ,if 2. ' x 'S' a A ' f X , ff A Z' f 2? HW! :ff sf J? if ' , , K Y- Q. f. ,, g 1 Wx if fx ff Q ff ,fy AT I Xxx? x e"' -9 M 5 ah, X Q jg I . ,f, . f,a , E my g 51 ,M f + 91. 1 it s Q fl, Ni f . if 'Q mn ,A L. - . , x 1 , f S - 2 , 1,1 I x Y ff pg ' ' .ff 1 3 f f Q 1 , 2 a uf- . S 3 , L K ' 1 Q V 9 3 R J' A ,, I , 1' . .. QW ,J - ' , .5 5 , X 3 . .M W R ,A X gi ZH nn X mm mm an Eff! aw R .gg 3 15 , f 1 5 w 5 'Z 1 M A , ,45fzLki?:zz .s ,, K Xwtl' ang an suioce-aw, xAyNlS1N 83:11 ,,Zg??: COD 'ov Vilfidw Gi 1 i Cla' -11 Scovffifof S Wav 506 ga? ' 1261011 y fe enlbr el-ci gsatte 'pros Xxh X, S! 699' 660 ,006 KQV 95 Yiliaefwe 3 Qhdp Udall ll AS eggy is J0a Se"Y5l Hd IL Grand March at the Junior Prom led by Lyle Covington, Pat Graham, ,lim Davidson, Dosie Crow, Zack Brewer, Phyl Propp, Brent Gooder, and Marion Lybyer. Military Line from the Class of 507s Junior Folliesg uDreams Of Deleriumn. This page was planned for, and is dedicated to the class of 1950. It shows some of the highlights of their life as a class. 11191112 peteh fqw Cabdn'-mm. 85331 ,aff My ' " "H Q rj , IJ J ' T W. 5 , . cm ." ' - '1-sfo HZ I Bill Curry Ruth Francis President Sec.-Treasurer John Masek Walter Kingham Vice-President Sponsor SENIOR CLASS HISTORY "Ah, at last!" says this venerable old sundial. "The class of '50 has finally reached its goal. I have indicated life's passing moments for a good many years now. Do you mind if I lose myself in the colorful past? HWell do I remember the day when the class first trooped in, a group of growing, happy young- sters. Rather awed by the imposing structure of NCI-IS at first, they soon came to know its many corners and halls, and with familiarity came friend- ship. "Yes, even in their freshman year they gave many foreshadowings of the future triumphs that would be theirs. With Don Swantonwas their leader, the freshmen of '46 progressed rapidly toward their goal-graduation. Ruth Lesley reigned over the Co-ed Ball with Sue Holley as princess. Hln their sophomore year the group chose Melvin Smith as their leader. The sophomores spent a relatively quiet year in preparation for becoming upperclassmen. "Juniors! Now the class was going to get down to brass tacks. Knowing the many tasks ahead of them, they decided that Lyle Covington was capable enough to lead them through this eventful year. Under the sponsorship of Miss Virginia Rose and Mr. Tom Dougherty, the class gave a chance for the hitherto hidden talent to come to the fore by pro- ducing the stage play "Dreams of Deleriumv, ac- claimed by critics to be nearly professional. Having done this task well, they proceeded to decorate for the traditional Junior Prom in keeping with the theme "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." Carl Ginet finally decided to make public one of his many talents, and won the state "Voice of Democracyi' contest. Bill Curry, Bill Murane, and Carl also distinguished themselves at debate while Bob John- son achieved honors at a music festival in Oregon. "Well pleased with Lyle Covington's leadership, the class accorded to this football hero the honor of being Student Body President. Choosing from the many capable' boys and girls was diificultg however, Carl Ginet was elected Boys' Vice, and Marion Lybyer became Girls' Vice. Senior Class President turned out to be Bill Curry. "Rachel Ikard and Carl Ginet reflected more glory on the class by being sent to Washington as representatives of Girls' State and Boys' State, respectively. Sue Holley was crowned Mustang fcontinued on page 821 SENICDRS smilie-ft'itoffzyfewzfsiszasihf x .- ,pr-'gyf.g.Qsisfi1:V1 ' zlwf..-.' 3,-:ff zM1?14Pz,'uanS'z!r 7 f ,L -' f uf, ffr.'--ffw:-M'-M ' 'QQ W fa-1 1 'Q ' ' ' ', 1- .3 , Fi' 1. H V- " K . K, ' Lf ,. ' g 1, "" . 7 ' Helen Allen Charles Anderson William Askman Robert Atkins Norma Atkins William Aylward Edward Barnett Richard Bates Charles Beach John Begley Loren Bemis Virginia Boston Bonnie Bennett Anita Benton Dean Beyer John Bidwell Robert BOrd6fS Norma Bray Jo Ann Breckenridge Paul Brock SENIORS James Brown Robert Browning Barbara Bryan Cordon Bystrom Robert Cain Genevieve Carney Janice Chamberlain rs., f , km gw iligt s .rg 3 fix? , 'L L i s C ., fx-.zvfige ' fzwfs:E4i7si 1E?f'1i.':E5:1- 2 ioii 1 "-- o". . ' K ' 1 . --h, egfggf f. 'ji James Conner , Fay Carter Calvin Caster Lola Cauthorn Diana Chalfant Herbert Cheshire George Chingas Melvin Chism Verna Coles Willa Connor Elizabeth Cooper Richard Corbridge Mary Coughlin SENIORS K Clio Cousins ,lo Ann Covington Lyle Covington Dale Cromwell ,loan Culver Mary lo Currence William Curry Kathleen Ann Daly Wilbur Deemer Robert Downs Mary Ann Drew Bessie Eaton William Ebinger Esther Edgerton Michael Ellis Ruth Ellis Dorothy Fisher Burl Ford Ruth Francis Edward Gaylord L A ggi 55 W' iq X K, M za: V i '- SENIORS Howard Hehnke Sally Holder Janice Holland Sue Holley Neda Lee Humberson Rachel lkard Stephen Jackson Robert Johnson f' 4 2 Mary Rita Kelly Barbara Kesecker Patsy Knobel Steve Kofakis J 'fl 3 f Donald 'Laatsch .lean LaFleiche Donald Laird Marinell Larson Thomas Leik 'M SENIORS 5 ' Ruth Lesley Neal Lewallen Donna Lindenmeyer Wolf Lochner P l T Thomas Lubnau 1 Marion Lybyer Lawrence McCartney Robert McConahay Jane McDaniels Richard McFall X Frances McGee Rosemary McGee Elvin Mclntosh Donald Mclntyre Jacqueline McMillan Benjamin Mahaffey Charles Marsh John Masek c snnMon s s as Ruth McKinzie John Matoole N A z ' SENIQRS ' , , Bob Ostlind Mary Parks ,lack Peace Margaret Pearson ,lack Peck 1 William Perkins James Phillips Ruby Pinney Jennie Ray Marilyn Regan Miles Reynolds Robert Reynolds Thomas Richards William Rissler Larry Roberts 3 James Robinson Imogene Rone Betty Ross Joseph Rue Burdel Sanderson SENIORS Dale Say Edward Schilling Jacqueline Scholz Marie Schulte Eulah Scott Marilyn Seabeck Margie Selby Michael Shaughnessy Joanne Sheller James Shepard Sylvia Sims Virginia Skau Arvel Smith Jean Smith Sondra Smith CQ - Winifred Snyder Julia Solwold Caryl Spargur Elsie Spawn Evelyn Spillane SENIORS Evon Spillane Katherine Stallings Stanton Rowean Stevens Ilene Stewart Y xv Robert Streeter Alice Sullivan Charles Sullivan John Sullivan Donald Swanton Don Swedenborg Willard Talbert Claire Tolley Beverlv Trimble George Ullom Dana Van Burgh Barbara Van Meter Ernest Vigil Delores Walden Charles Wally SENIORS Margaret Wenzinger Dale White Catherine Whitman James Wllson Wrlllam Wilson Joy Withers Arlin Campbell Richard Yingling J 111 Zoble Bonnie Wolfe Patrick Bacus Bob Batchman Ed Holder Bob Lytle LOVBIIS. Mangels X f 'Qi wr- ': ws' ' Wdzijk R 1- B 0 , wfammfa ,,Z?:?9Zhf:a4 Duane Vroman Wilbur Wiltsey Janet Maebius as Mary in the scene of O Holy Babe YTL 0- fs Deck The Halls , Diane Hamlin, Larry Roberts, Bob Streeter, Mary Michie. Break Forth, 0 Beauteous Light Silent Night iyyk K lg l f lf, Q! ,YV . , 1 Q U. ggi, gi! x 5 'sg M2 A . V if 'W' 4' . ' 2 is . .RA fy! kjgl 5 lWf? !7 vids A A E 2' ff D Xr,i,fSf'j ,D,? fifS" fi! 0:35, my eff' ff ' gif? E po fra My wwf. H- 5? I h W GM. V, . f 34533111 ffl wp M A if 4 J LU' W A 4 Q ff ,L 1 J f i - gif? r it , I , v if Wf L S? I V3 hgh, ' ' 'if' ig:' 1 gif uf' My MJ-Q if ,.p'3d"' ,QE X' V A yf 5 AAII 5 , jf.: mm iff if fy Muff . ---.-..-,svn--1 -- '- Richard Parker Carleton Stowe President Vice-President Christine Kaples Treasurer Gwendolyn Hill Corrine Burnside and Pat Kelliher Dan Anthes Sponsor Representatives Sponsor As the sands continue to sift on down in the hour- glass, so does a class which seems to verify the old saying--"the third's the charm,"-continue to make progress on their journey through their school years. ln that first green year, the freshmen chose as their leaders Elmer Underwood for president, Rich- ard Parker, vice-president, Allan Fleming, secre- tary-treasurer, and Carlton Stowe, representative. The poor girls didn't have a chance! Sally Shader did reign over the Co-ed Ball, however, with Chris- tina Kapeles as her right-hand man. The next year the sophomores, a lighter green now and well-pleased with Carlton Stoweis lead- ership the previous year, elected him president. Conrad Lavin handled all the vice- presidential duties, with Marilyn Pugh as secretary-treasurer, and Corinne Burnside representative. lt was this year that they broke all sophomore traditions and gave not only an exclusive second year dance, but they also sponsored a school mixer. - Ai. Now, juniors, and upperclassmen at last, the class has really begun to get "in the groovef' First business on the agenda was the election of officers, which went very well. Richard Parker was elected president, secretary-treasurer, Christina Kapelesg Corinne Burnside and Pat Kelliher, representatives. Co-operating smoothly, the class produced a fine Junior Follies entitled "Three Miles To Nowhere." To date, the members of this class who have achieved distinction are numerous. To name a few: Bob Hileman and Elmer Underwood are fContinued on p. 1171 1 -f Q x , ' , A - , ' Li fr" " ' A U ,, x 1 6 , r nw. X fi 'if' f lg I , K df- . L, ' f k. 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" Bob Peterson, JoAnn Heck- art, Dale White, Sylvia Sims, Gene Hansen. Character actor, .Gene Hansen I9 Gubeer 10? Pet Fueche' Slicwev L3 Mafy lean Us . Scenes, Swagtizeegan n go BehindSx?ReVRQ0De ean en B! yung if 'RQ 49'- X. NH J olea Sprecher Thomas Kidd President Sally Kingham Representative Andrew Lindblom Sponsor Jean Northrup Vice-President The key to the old Grandfather's clock was handed to Chuck Ebinger for safekeeping. Chuck felt that the job' would be too big for him alone, as he was just a freshman, so his classmates willingly helped out. On the days when Chuck wouldn't be there to wind up the rather new clock, Marcus Hitch- cock was selected as vice-president, to do the job. Harriet Monk recorded the time intervals, for she was elected secretary. Sally Johnson willingly de- voted her time to pounding on the table in the Stu- dent Council. Besides winding the clock, the group found time to give a freshman dance and mixer. At the beginning of their sophomore year, the class found, to its dismay, that the last year's of- ficers had no energy left, and the rapidly aging clock was being neglected. The class felt that Tommy Kidd might be given a try, so they elected him presi- dent, with Jean Northrup as vice-president, Sally Kingham as secretary-treasurer, and Jo Lea Sprech- er as representative. Sally Johnson has transferred her affection for pounding on the Student Councilfs table to Miss Feris,s desk, where she holds forth on any subject given, that is, debate. She made a speech on Nov. ll, before the assembled student body. John Young has also done well in debate, as have many others. Jack Allen seems to be making a fine basketball player. We shall be looking forward to Watching the further progress of the class. Secretary-Treasurer Frances Feris Sponsor ,MXN- NX av, . Al 4 5 M ii? 1 Y f Nw 2 E 1 1 K s E ws, Na? S i 41 'NX ,Q Q5 J in? 7 :rf X K ik ,ai- 'N Qu: 2 4, 41 ,M a , , , Q X L laf MQ s-6 s a 4 H i f'9Aif1: f - 35 n 1-fi an H S A Q f, Ai' 2, S 1, faflf. A Q t '7f, if M-,V f iw -4 1. my X iw 4 key' Ax 5 2 E nina ,f fi z ,E U fKH'!Q, gywdwi s i,,, ,,V, 'Nga M Q -' . 'EQ' s S. .,...,---ff 'uf wi x , 5 2 5 T M62 N ' ' -fy, ,r MH ., -pu- s. X' 3? 3,3 Mix' Ai is -ms 5 'fi e YV Fanlix , W- ,N . , y Y ze we Ji' A GOOD Tl IVK ww John Murane President Anna Drew Ikard Martha Platz Secretary Treasurer John Pappas Kathleen Hemry Representative Sponsor Hurrying headlong through the halls of NCHS is another crop of freshmen. Like all freshmen, they frequently become lost on those first few treks through NCHS. However, their Mickey Mouse Wristwatches helped a great deal, for the freshmen could judge approximately the time. Old Father Time really has a problem in trying to teach the school clocks the correct time, so the frosh are still in a daze as to how those weird apparatus work. Already, however, the greenhorns are becom- ing better adjusted to school life, and their affairs of state are well run by the class officers. With John Murane in the lead, Martha Platz as vice-presi- dent, Anna Drew lkard as secretary-treasurer, and John Pappas as representative, the class promises many surprises, because many of those "youngsters" are too timid to "rise and shinev, as yet. Anna Drew did, however, reign over Toyland, the Co-ed Ball, and Lynne Bailey was her Princess. Anna Drew is also the youngest cheerleader this year. Surprisingly enough, however, there are some up and coming debaters like Kay Quinn and Melvin Hedstrom. And Bobby Jackson, who had an unfortunate accident in a game with Wheatland, is a promising young ath- lete. Effg fi 5 1 g . 9!fW2 ii mf -I X' in ki 'T-Q..'si.,j'fiV XY vlwlif .av-,. ,I T W. yr i ,fl 'lf'- 'I' " we "K La 1 vmigf 'X 'is fr S-,1-'ling -iw L an fm af ? . 1 "z x X . M 4.5 'f xi 455116 'WX .1'-. 'Ei null" W? ml Q49 Ma i' X f K r 4 as ,Y F? S I ., 5' f 4 -, . 1,355 ,Q -M.,-W ill? cf L.. wi A A if ,3 ,MQW . m5'f?4Q . - ,M . M 4 f' W 4 ,Ax 1 . 1 K K A ' ' yy qv - in ' , ' 'rl 'H in QV , , . vM,.,v"f V5 1 .uh 1 ,xl-W -f Y 'W gh, ,img V A.. ' 4 ff, I X . ' , , if -f , M . ,, ,F A , f " gui , F, 16' ' H -aw.,'lf- 71,11 L' r ' . H g,.,s-w?xI5,,v ,Q fhggfx '4 ' w .gwjfx , ew , 1 vs!-Qfiyqfi-.'Z. hw.. Y fr S gk va wif f .aff 1 ' if 3 I 5 K K , X ,V no V. A L . I A tx-,N K . 1 . .1 f ",,+1'. - . i fx Y ff 'Ns f-:A 5 f-'J' X Q I. 'U ' qw , .lv f ,. 1 , Q1 'V h 4 ,K - Q f ' ,,. gf? . K- H . Y 5. 4 Q W' 3 , f f 112 If ,I 2155. Wfw ggnfl' .fa V sv il? QW? gg N nf Ai ff .. T 1, 5 if 355' ' K Lisa. Z'-n. 1 Q' Q ,,, 'w. 1 ,M X if, wif' 4219135 K, ,Aww ,f-"4" ,f-""" K 1 sf , I f .tus v- v K f I F A is ff cz-. W MQ ,A Q, 9, fi Row l-Shirley Thomas, Laqueta Wright, Barbara Uber, Pat Williamson, Dorothy Woodin, Juanita Wells, DeMaryce Wyant, Dorothy Whitehorn. Row Il-Michael Wood, Robert Walden, Jim Whitman, Bill Wolf, Charles Watson, Delwin Weeks, Bion Wyman, Joe White, James Todd, Cris Vilos. Row Ill-Lester Wilson, James Wagner, Tom Wheatley, Robert Yeamans, Jackie Ullom. ME MQW H5 0 ll ALAN SPITZNAQEL H5 I lf R IN!-X JEAN AN SON HARRY 5'gURNl-IR 1 l i H22 1 3 V L f safe. f is A :. Z v , 41 li i Y - X.. 1 , . Q 2 . 'L . ,,,' m nt , W . wr H4 1 ' if 1' 4 ' ,. M-,X ,ALL S Bessie Eaton Editor Tom Noonan x y Bob Johnson Chief Photographer . W E Associate Editor NX The outsider watching an Annual Staffis fren- zied activities might well shrug his shoulders and whistle "Whew! Am I glad I wasn't picked for that job." lt is easily seen how an innocent bystander might enter this frame of mind after seeing cameras, reflectors, tripods, photographers, and "flunkies" float by in an endless tangled mass. Yes, there are many activities in school requiring pictures and write-ups, class picturesg pictures for sports events, faculty-why, the list is miles long! Endless tasks and order flow in an ever-increasing stream. After graduation, the former student may look at the annual and picture himself as having returned to dear old NCHSg find himself reliving the vivid experiences of his high school years. Little things, such as Chief's little black bookg a familar initial carved on the arm of a deskg a certain somebody who sat across the aisleg the teachers' standard quips and expressions, the peaceful silence of the library, the campus on a spring day, the tower in the twilight-all these memories return in a tumul- tuous rush. Putting out an annual takes work, work, and more workg yet, a certain inner satisfaction is ac- quired, for the staff knows that, as the years go by, the yearbook is supposed to bring into clearer focus the intangible memories of days past, and we of the staff sincerely hope that this book will do just that. Mary Michie Typist Bob Borders A rtist Ruth Ellis Business Manager Gwendolyn Hill Frances Feris Sponsor Sponsor .f Allen Michael and Bill Bagby Marcus Hitchcock and Tom Kidd Assistant Photographers Assistant Photographers '--.. Dead-line Time in the Dark Room , ' Q, Dale , 1 C ngton llnffisldent . F R w- Tom Kidd Carl Ginei, Mgr1OIl25Iald,li33lstiiA1IiyPc.at lt?elliher,1?0E1?1ne ?lg:5pim? ront o ' . ' L a Sprec er. ' ' Cromwe , o HH ' . Tlb t,l0 el ,Sdle giggiyggiiir, 316121, Brookshire, Johnny Murane a Bessie Eaton. President .,,.., Girls' Vice , Boys' Vice Secretary . Treasurer STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, the representative grou f N P o CHS students, meets every day during home- room period. As the council is the governing body of the school, they put into effect many useful meas- ures concerning the school. Mr. Walt Kingham is the able sponsor of the Council. This executive group always sponsors the ever-needed 'gcleanupv campaign in the early spring. They sponsor a mixer for the purpose of making money, so that they may buy those all-important pi annual spring picnic. ns and also have their Lyle Covington ' Marion Lyliyer Junior Cla P ss resident .,,....,.-.,..,,,i, Carl Glllel S0ph0m0re Class President Dale White F ..i..-.Williard Talhert Sponsor -,,,,,,,,,mMw,m- Semor Class President ,,,,,,ess,s,,,,,,,,ew- Bill Curry Richard Parker Kidd feshman Class President ..,.,... .,,-,-, - John Murane Walt Kingham mary JO C ------, nuvy Martyr, D I - graham Marion Lylllxgfceixllgllplah Scott, June Olbemelggfi EISSBCF, Delores Buchler aron Evans Alice Elaine FraZerCqi?1ioii ECW lII.J0an T01:,EZ2sidMiIss Pate Patty 9 3 0 en, Nan Barton A essie Harris , nn Morgan CGIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL The girls of NCHS have their own representa- tive group, the Girls' League Council. The members of this organization consist of: the Girls' Vice-Presi- dent, who is automatically the president of the coun- cilg the presidents of the Pals and Big Sistersg four freshmeng four sophomoresg five juniors and five other seniors. This body of girls is one of the most influential groups in the school. They are the ones who super- vise all of the high school girls, activities. They also sponsor the Co-ed Ball, the Football Ball, and a mixer or two. It was through these girls that we now have the beautiful lounge room in Room 159. Preszdent ...,. Marion Lybyer Corresponding Secretary Pat Holden Vice Presuient ........ Sharon Evans Treasurer ,-.................... Nan Barton Recording Secretary ...... Ann Morgan Sponsor .,.........,.,,,......., Nelle Pate B R36 9 6 ta Hamptonil ma Connor Xin, Bath? xx Ulm er 5 e Ham Nlauo W D139 Gtahatils ac Ra0W,Yalw :Ont Currence' Mai' so 'Earls Na Wvomln yd achael lxlntgtiae 2? re Y , non g . GIRLS' STATE Each summer approximately eight Junior Girls are chosen to represent Casper at '4Wonderful Wyo- ming Girls, State." At 'gState,, girls from all over Wyoming come together on the campus of the uni- versity, at Laramie, and conduct a model govern- ment. They learn the correct procedure for the House and Senate groups, elect their own state of- ficials, and in general have a good time. On the last day of their week in '4Girls State" they travel to Cheyenne, Where they conduct their sessions in the actual Senate and House chambers of the State of Wyoming. The girls chosen for this honor are picked on the basis of: leadership, character, citizenship, and scholastic standing. Girls' State is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. hael lkarg ssxe Eaton FF0nt Row W treetefowsp Talbel-t George Fgck a Da Cb' 9 - na V 1128-is, Big X311 Chjsjl? E111-gh, fame urane, Tomfgiiilgcjntyrg Zan? Da e . , HI- 3 BOYS' STATE Casper is represented by a group of boys at "Wonderful Wyoming Boys' Statef' Boys' State is conducted at the University of Wyoming's summer camp in Snowy Range. Their activities are much the same as those of the girlsi. After only a few sessions the boys' can recite, HI move that when the committee of the whole rise to report, it do so with the recomendation of do pass," a sentence which many an eminent statesman has stumbled over. The boys also conduct their final session in the House and Senate Chambers of the State of Wyom- ing. Boys, State is sponsored by the American Le- gion. Scholarship, Citizenship, leadership, and char- acter are the necessary qualifications for Boys' State. "r31 fWM'W . Kath- Doris Tucker' 7 I ne Olbeft, 1' . ROW ll' - 1 joanna Rand, JOYCE giflliillia afatt, Metta Rousgiaiings, Pegg-Y Row ifsusau Nicki? irimsend Carla Walker, ce Sadie Cromwell' Igallqer Myra Ylitaloi ' B leY, loan 0 lu Y '10 men 7 d, Charlene 15 . ' , Caro I-Tfrder, lulea Clilgsilaith Thierry, HeSierNll1iieaiiiZnPeter lunge' Anlfraflaiieliriieciilflobert Pearson, Marial gfvclljlf-lVliss Peiiigfml 1326116 Eggdrt, Ruth Hhs, Joa Bob Streeter- O on Tom Noonan, at G ber, Bob Johns ' R2yn0ldS- GUSHER STAFF Few people realize the t remendous amount of effort which goe ' s into the writing and publishing of our school newspaper Th G , e usher. Writing copy, collecting ads readi , ng copy, correcting proof, get- ting the material to the printer s and back in time, are just a few items accomplished by Cusher Staff. Truly they are a hard-working group, for they real- ize that the fine record ach' 1CVCd by previous staffs must be upheld. Streamline in form and modern in make-up it appears every two we k 7 e s, with special lar e additions at Ch ' 9 g I' ristmas time and on April Fool's Day. The present Gusher boasts of the International Honor Award which ' , is the most honored recogni- tion given by the Quill and Scroll Critical Service of School Newspapers. Members of the Journalism classes and all oth- ers interested usually compose the mem staff. bers of the 'llu"'Dlun. Not Pictu inf Uuluvn Christo h ll A AQQK Johnston . If gfyjy,fV,,41f,,:, red. Bob Hardison, g0iriEI5erb1e Johnston: 1123? 156-rkrns. - 'lzfffffiif QC, ,ff ,'jiTff ly lot. g up V I oonan, Malcolm f -. "1" "ff "' 1 i- M .,f,9?4Qi.f' ,LJ r ,ff ' r -'KJ 4,1 ' - auf' "f if , I 1 u STAGE CREW The familiar envy of ulights, camera, actionln could be fulfilled in part by the camera, or what have you, and the actors. Correct lighting is cer- tainly a valuable asset to any production. This same lighting is not achieved by flicking a switch, turn- ing a knob, and then sitting back with a satisfied sigh. Many hours go into the proper placing of lights. A group which toils faithfully backstage, long Stage Manager ,..,... hours working hard, yet never receiving the proper amount of praise and credit due there is the stage crew of NCHS. Not only do they assist with school productions, but they must always be on hand for any other production given in the auditorium, such as concerts and plays. To the uncomplaining and too often lit- tle appreciated group is owed many a hearty vote of thanks. Bill Wilson Senior-Yrosh Assemhhg: Edith NeXsoh,NXatcia Mc 0 . i 6, Bih Murano, Mehrm hhsoh. Katantas, R chaeX Xhat Qsocke-H So Ytowf a Hedstrom and Bob Front Row! C Y Bach 57 be ow It el' .9 LI. fl? ,Ida CQ H5 - Trek 80 I 6 5 0 foliage 1.13, qv 34" , 1114123 'MW' ee ard 4ru".fr Car THA wwf, 'Q 'YoyXan6', Coed-Bah. Wma Connor, Marion r, Queen, Anna Drew Heard, Princess, Xah Scott, and Ruth Hhs. M by M. S. Gram Lyhye Lynne Bahey, Eu c'Star Photo 1181. e CO S11 J, Q' eff8aEI' abd fiona 0 ' e lv Qard 2 azgo 6 Orsmx fel: HELEN ALLEN Madrigal 3, Junior Follies 3, Gusher Staff 3, Freshmen Orientation 2, Junior Prom Committee 3, 2nd Choir 1. CHARLES ANDERSON Football "Bn Squad 4, Varsity Football 4, Homecoming Captain 4. WILLIAM D. ASKMAN Football 2, 4, Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, ROTC 2, 3, Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3. ROBERT GENE ATKINS NORMA ATKINS Junior Follies 3, Pals 4. WILLIAM E. AYLWARD St. Patricks High School fNorth Platte, Nebraskaj 1, M.W.H.S. fMineral Wells, Texasj, H.H.S. fHastings, Nebraskaj 2, Newcomers Club Vice President 3, Latin Club 1, English Club 4. PATRICK BACUS Rifle Team 3, 4. EDWARD LEE BARNETT Springfield, Missouri H. S. 1, Varsity Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Baseball 4, HC" Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. BOB ODEN BATCHMAN RICHARD T. BATES Crack Drill Squad 2, 3, Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Madrigal 3. CHARLES WESTLEY BEACH JOHN F. BEGLEY Junior Follies 3, Junior Prom 3. F43 7-52.2 54311: ff .fi-'E'fSgf'? LOREN JAMES BEMIS Football "B" Squad 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, "C" Club 3, 4, Swimming Team 3, 4, Track 3. BONNIE PATRICIA BENNETT Pals 4, Co-ed Ball 4, Junior Follies 3. ANITA BENTON Cody H. S. l, Majorette 1, 2nd Choir 2, 3, Junior Follies 3, Junior Prom 4, Pals 4, Sec. 4, Journalism Staff 4, Quill and Scroll 4. DEAN BEYER Football "BU Squad 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Track 2, "C" Club 3, 4. JOHN ALLEN BIDWELL Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3, 4, Com- missioned Officer 4, Inter-Class Basket- ball 2, 3. VIRGINIA M. BOSTON Co-ed Ball 4. ROBERT S. BORDERS Annual Staff 4, Set Artist for Junior Fol- lies, Christmas Program 3, 4. NORMA BRAY Big Sisters 4, Co-ed Ball 4. J O ANN BRECKENRIDGE Latin Club 2, Craig, Colorado 3, Big Sis- ters 4, National Honor Society 4. PAUL A. BROCK A Latin Club 2, English Club 3, 4, Radio Guild 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, National Honor Society 4, National Forensic Lea- gue 4. JAMES R. BROWN Rifle Team 3, 4, Madrigal 2. ,X mmijww MQW Argo, was 93, rw ROBERT L. BROWNINO Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4. BARBARA ANN BRYAN Valleja, California 1, Junior Follies 3. GORDON RAY BYSTROM Junior Varsity Basketball 2, Boy's Glee 1, 2, Madrigal 3, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Mili- tary Band 1, 2, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, All-State Band 3, Swing Band 4. ROBERT L. CAIN ARLIN ALBERT CAMPBELL Football 2, 3, 4, "C" Club 3, 4. GENEVIEVE FRANCES CARNEY English Club 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies 3. FAY MARIE CARTER Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies' Usher 3. CLOYDE C. CASTER LOLA JANE CAUTHORN Madrigal 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Pals 4. DIANA JUNE CHALFANT Latin Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Big Sisters 4, Clarinet Quartette 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4. JANICE P. CHAMBERLAIN Junior Follies 3, Pals 4. HERBERT J. CHESHIRE Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Clarinet Quartette 1, 2, 3, 4, Woodwind Quintette 3, 4, Mustang Wrangler Band 2, 3, 4, ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE L. CHINGAS Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Football 2, Madrigal 2, Junior Fol- lies 3, Cheerleader 4. MELVIN E. CHISM Boy's State 3, Independence, Kansas 1, 2, Football 3, Swimming 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Newcomer's Club 3. VERNA LEE COLES Freshmen Orientation 2, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4. J. E. CONNER Crack Drill Squad 2, 3, 4, Mustang Guard 2, 3, Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3, 4, Commissioned Officer 4. WILLA DEE CONNER Home Room Representive 1, 3, Sophomore Secretary-Treasurer 2, Freshmen Orienta- tion Tea 2, Junior Follies 3, Junior Prom 3, Madrigal 3, Girl's League Council 4, Pals 4, President 4. ELIZABETH F. COOPER Triple Trio 1, 2, 2nd Choir 1, Madrigal 2, Girl's League Council 1, Pals 4, Jun- ior Follies 3. RICHARD M. CORBRIDGE Junior Follies 3, Madrigal 1, 2, 3, 4, Boy's Octette 2, 3, 4. MARY A. COUGHLIN CLIO CORINNE COUSINS National Honor Society 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 4, English Club 4, Jun- ior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4. J O.ANN COVINOTON Junior Follies 3, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio 3, Pals 4. LYLE COVINGTON Billings 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, "C" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, "C" Club Fights 2, Junior Class Presi- dent 3, Junior Follies 3, Student Body President 4. DALE G. CROMWELL Freshman Boy's Glee 1, Football "B" Squad 2, Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Varsity Football 4, Commando Basketball 3, 4, Cheerleader 4. HAZEL JOAN CULVER Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Mustang Wrangler Band 4, Big Sisters 4, National Honor Society 4, Quill and Scroll 4. MARY J O CURRENCE Latin Club 4, Girls' League Council 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies 3, Girls' State 3, National Honor Society 4, Quill and Scroll 4. WILLIAM HIRST CURRY III National Forensic League 1, 2, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 4, English Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Radio Guild 3, 4, Director 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, First Alternate to Boys' Nation 3, State Winner of American Le- gion Oratorical Contest 3, President of Senior Class 4, Student Council 4, Nation- al Honor Society 4. KATHLEEN ANN DALY National Honor Society 3, 4, Radio Guild 3, 4, Secretary 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies 3, Gusher Staff 3, 4. WILBUR IVAN DEEMER ROBERT E. DOWNS Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 2, 3, 4, ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mustang Wrangler Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Senior-Freshman As- sembly 4, Mixed Choir 3, 4, Boys' Glee 4, Boys' Octette 4. ,yigjll lv Muff Q- Q T' N it ,fl Us ' "A . A i .J I . Aj , ,Q ff , . 5" 1 ills'-'W 1 W V' .ff MARY ANN DREW Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio 2, 3, Junior Follies 3, Pals 4. BESSIE ELAINE EATON National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Council 3, Student Council 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Editor, Big Sisters 4, Girls' State 3, Junior Follies 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, President 4. Quill and Scroll 4. FREDERICK WILLIAM EBINGER Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 4, Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 4, ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Brass Sextet 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 2, 3, English Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Na- tional Honor Society 4. ESTHER LAVONE EDGERTON Pals 4. MICHAEL J. ELLIS Newcomers' Club 4, Pampa, Texas 2, 3. RUTH ETHNA ELLIS Student Council 2, 3, Sophomore Class Representative, Junior Class Representa- tive, Business Manager of Annual 4, Red Cross Representative 4, Big Sister 4, Vice- Pres., English Club 4, Junior Follies 3, Canteen Council, Sec. 4, Runner-Up D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award, Quill and Scroll 4. DOROTHY ANN FISHER Christmas Play 2, 2nd Choir 2, 3, Mad- rigal 3, 4, Pals 4. BURL D. FORD RUTH A. FRANCIS Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Mad- rigal 4, Girls' League Council 4, Big Sisters 4, Brass Sextet 1, 2, 3, 4, Wood- wind Quintette 1, 2, 3, 4, Mustang Wrang- ler Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Orienta- tion Tea 2. 1 EDWARD HATHAWAY GAYLORD J R. North Denver H. S. fColo.J 1, 2, Football 3, 4, Track 3, Wrestling 4. CARL ALLEN GINET Boys' Vice-President of Student Body 4, Vice- Pres. of Senior Class 3, National Forensic League 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Guild 3, 4, English Club 3, Pres. 4, Junior Fol- lies 3, Swing Band 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, State winner "Voice of Democracy" Contest 3. JACK E. GOOD THELMA LUCILLE GOOD Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Fresh- men Orientation Tea 2. PATRICIA L. GRAHAM Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Girls' League Council 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Gusher Staff 3, Mustang Queen Attendant. FRANCIS E. GREEN BURT W. GRIEVE CARL ROBERT GROSZ Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Swing Band 3, 4, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Boys' Octette 4, Mustang Wrangler Band 2, 3, 4, ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Orchestra and Chorus 3, Freshman Boys' Glee 1. MARGARET A. GROVE Big Sisters 4, Co-Ed Ball 4, 2nd Choir 3, Junior Follies 3. CAROL JOYCE GUBER Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 2,- 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Gusher Staff 3, Big Sis- ters 4, Mustang Wrangler Band 2, 3, Radio Guild 4. DIANE A. HAMLIN iPals 4, English Club 3, 4, Junior Fol- lies 3, Girls, State 3, WILLIAM A. HAMLIN BARBARA ANNE HAMPTON Girls' State 39 Junior Follies 3, Big Sis- ters 4, Freshmen Orientation Tea. JAMES F. HAND Junior Follies 3, Boys, State 3, Quill and Scroll 4, National Honor Society 4. EUGENE L. HANSEN Football 2, Junior Follies 3, Senior Fresh- man 1, 4, All-School Play 4. NORMAN G. HARMS Varsity Football 3, 4, ROTC 1, 2, "B" Squad Football 2, Track 1, 3. BRYAN D. HARRIS Military 2, 3, 4, Freshman Boys' Glee 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 4, Boys' Octette 4, "C" Club 3, 4. NADINE M. HAUF Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, Co-Ed Ball 4. THOMAS HAYDEN Boys' Glee 1, Madrigal 4. MONA RAE HEATON National Honor Society 4. J O ANN HECKART Canteen Council 1, 3, Gusher Staff 2, 3, Junior Follies 3, Allied Youth 3, Radio Guild 3, 4, All-School Play 3, 4, English Club 4, National Thespians 4, Big Sis- ters 4, National Honor Society 4. HOWARD C. HEHNKE SALLY A. HOLDER Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4. J ANICE LEE HOLLAND Junior Follies 3. CAROLYN SUE HOLLEY ' Girls' League Council 1, Co-Ed Ball Prin- cess 1, Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, Madrigal 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Big Sisters, Treas- urer 4, Jr. Class Treasurer-Representative Student Council 3, Junior Follies 3, Mus- tang Queen. DARRELL W. HOUGHAM Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball "B" Squad 2, Varsity 3, 4, Football "B" Squad 2, Var- sity 3, 4, "Cn Club 3, 4, All-State Football 2nd Team. NEDA LEE HUMBERSON Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies 3, 2nd Choir 1, Madrigal 4. RACHEL MALOENE IKARD Twirler 1, 2, Drum Major 3, 4, Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 1, 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Girls' Nation 3, Radio Guild 4, Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies. LLOYD STEVEN JACKSON Football 2, 3, 4, "C" Club 3, 4. ROBERT HAWKINS JOHNSON Sr. Band, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, English Club 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Gusher Staff 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Woodwind Quintet 1, 2, 4, Radio Guild 4, ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mustang Wrangler Band 1, 2, 3, 4, MENC Festival Band, Portland, Oregon 3. ELIZABETH ANN JOURGENSEN Big Sisters 4, 2nd Choir 1, Latin Club 2, 3, National Forensic League 3, 4, Jun- ior Follies 3, National Honor Society 4. MARY RITA KELLY Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Co-Ed Ball 4. BARBARA JEAN KESECKER PATSY RUTH KNOBEL Junior Follies 3, Junior Triple Trio, Mad- rigal 3, 4, Freshmen Orientation Tea 2, 2nd Choir 1, Senior-Freshmen Assembly 1, All-State Festival Choir 3, 4, Mother- Daughter Tea 1. STEVE J. KOEAKIS Junior Follies 3, Crack Drill Squad 3, 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Boys' Glee 3, 4, Honor Guard Platoon 3, All-State Chorus 3, Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3, 4, Com- missioned Officer 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. GEROGE KROPP DONALD H. LAATSCH JEAN ANN LAFLEICHE Big Sisters 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Madrigal 1, 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival Choir 2, 3, 4. CARL DONALD LAIRD MARINELL LARSON Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, Madrigal 3, Fresh- men Orientation 2, Junior Follies 3, SEVEN KEYS T0 BALDPATE 4, Pals 4. THOMAS H. LEIK Home Room Representative 1, 2, English Club 3, 4, 2nd Vice-Pres. 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, National Forensic- League 2, 3, 4, Radio Guild 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Junior Follies 4, D.U. Speech Scholarship 2, Boys' State 3, National Honor Society 4. RUTH R. LESLEY Band Twirler 1, 2, Senior-Freshmen As- sembly 1, Co-Ed Ball Queen 1, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4. CHARLES NEAL LEWALLEN DONNA LEE LINDENMEYER WOLF LOCHNER THOMAS EDWIN LUBNAU MARION ARDIS LYBYER Girls' League Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Vice President 4, Madrigal 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 1, 2, 3, Girls' State 3, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, All-State Festival Chorus 2, Student Council 4, Co-Ed. Football Ball Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award. ROBERT KEITH LYTLE Swimming Team 2, Crack Drill Squad 2. LAWRENCE K. MCCARTNEY Douglas H. S. 1, 2, Casper 3, 4. ROBERT F. MCCONAHAY "B" Squad Football 1, 2, Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4, Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4, HCM Club 3, 4, Pres. 4. CLEO JANE MCDANIELS Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4-, RICHARD ELMER MCFALL FRANCES LOUISE MCGEE Big Sisters 4. ROSEMARY MCGEE Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Sec. 3, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Co-Ed Ball Committee 4. ELVIN V. MCINTOSH DONALD N. MCINTYRE Cheyenne H. S. 1, Boys Octette 3, 4, Mad- rigal 3, 4, Junior Follies 3. RUTH EILEEN MCKINZIE Pals 4, Junior Follies 3, Freshmen Orien- tation Tea 2. JACQUELINE SUE MCMILLAN BENJAMIN D. MAHAF1-'EY LOVENE MANGELS Lincoln H. S. fTacoma, Wash.J 1. CHARLES D. MARSH Crack Drill Squad 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Stage Crew 3. JOHN ALAN MASEK Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, "CM Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, English Club 3, 4, lst Vice-Pres. 4, Vice-Pres. Class 4. JOHN JAMES MATOOLE Junior Follies 3, Christmas Pageant 3, Crack Drill Squad 3, Inter-class Basket- ball 1, 2, 3. PAULINE MARIE MECKEM Junior Follies 3, Gusher Staff 3, 4, Pals 4, Co-Ed Ball 4. NORMA LOUISE MEIGH Junior Follies 3, Pals 4. MARY SIMPSON MICHIE Class Secretary-Treasurer 15 English Club 3, 4, Sec. 45 Big Sisters 45 Latin Club 2, 3, Treas. 35 Triple Trio 1, 25 Junior Fol- lies 35 National Forensic League 45 An- nual Staff 45 F. T. A. 45 National Honor Society 4. JAMES NEIL MILES Newcomers, Club 1. JERRY D. MILES LAWRENCE J. MILLER DORMA L. MILNE Junior Follies 35 Band 1, 25 Co-Ed Ball 45 Home Room Representative 3. BEVERLY MAE MIRACLE Olney, Illinois 1, 25 Big Sisters 45 Junior Follies 35 Newcomers' Club 3. MYRNA BEA MONCUR Madrigal 2, 3, 45 Junior Follies 35 2nd Choir 15 All-State Chorus 25 Freshmen Orientation Tea 25 Pals 4. ALMA LUCILLE MORGAN Big Sisters 45 Junior Follies 35 Co-Ed Ball 4. IRENE ANNE MOWRER Junior Follies 35 Big Sisters 4. GIRZELL J 0 MUDGE Junior Follies 35 Pals 4. WILLIAM E. MURANE Band 1, 2, 3, 45 National Forensic League 2, 3, 45 Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Fol- lies 35 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Boys' State 35 Radio Guild 45 Canteen Council Chairman 45 National Honor So- ciety 45 Quill and Scroll 4. MARIE ETHEL NEFF Newcomers' Club 15 Christmas Play 25 Junior Follies 35 Gusher Staff 35 National Honor Society 35 Big Sisters 4. BETTY LORRAINE NEVERS Pals 45 Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 15 Madrigal 2, 3, 45 Triple Trio 2, 35 Junior Follies 35 Senior-Freshmen Assem- bly 15 CO-Ed Ball 4. DOROTHY A. NICHOLAS Brimerton, Washington 15 Anchorage, Al- aska 2, 35 Pals 4. LORRAINE NOEL Latin Club 25 Madrigal 35 Triple Trio 35 Junior Follies 35 Big Sisters 45 Freshmen Orientation Tea 2. THOMAS D. NOONAN Annual Staff 2, 3, 45 National Thespians 3, 45 Crack Drill Squad 25 Quill and Scroll 45 Christmas Pageant 3, 45 All- School Play 2, 3, 45 Junior Follies 3. WILLIAM ED O,LEARY Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 35 Senior-Freshmen Assembly 1. JUDSON DALE OSBORNE BOBBY BOYD OSTLIND MARY ALICE PARKS Big Sisters 4. ANDY JACKSON PEACE MARGARET ELIZABETH PEARSON Junior Follies 35 Gusher Staff 3, 45 Span- ish Club 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Big Sisters 4. JACKIE LEROY PECK WILLIAM PAUL PERKINS JAMES MILTON PHILLIPS RUBY JEAN PINNEY J ENNIE LEE RAY Madrigal 1, 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Talent Assembly 2, Mixed Quartette 4. MARILYN ANN REGAN Junior Follies 3, National Honor Society 3, Big Sisters 4, Freshmen Orientation Tea 2. MILES REYNOLDS Carden City H. S. fGarden City, Kan.J 1, 2, Madrigal 4, Boys' Octette 4, Mixed Oc- tette 4, Non-Commissioned Officer 3, 4, Commissioned 4, Junior Follies 4. ROBERT S. REYNOLDS Basketball 1, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Quill and Scroll 4. THOMAS J. RICHARDS WILLIAM F. RISSLER LARRY E. ROBERTS Football 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Gusher Staff 4, Quill and Scroll 4. JAMES RAY ROBINSON Riverton High School 1, Intramural Swim- ming 1, "B" Squad Football 2, "Cv Club Fights 2, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Home Room Representative 2, Cusher Staff 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Senior-Freshman Assembly 4. IMOGENE RONE Pals 4, Co-Ed Ball 4. BETTY LOU Ross Pals 4. JOSEPH LOWNDES RUE Latin Club 2, Crack Drill Squad 3, Hon- or Guard 3, Junior Follies 3, Boys' Glee 1, 3, 4, Boys, Octette 3, 4, Madrigal 3, 4. BURDEL N. SANDERSON EPIMENIO D. SANTISTEVAN DALE ROBERT SAY Greybull H. S. 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mustang Wrangler Band 3, 4, Boys, State 3- JACOB E. SCHILLING JACQUELINE LYN SCHOLZ MARIE LOUISE SCHULTE Triple Trio 1, 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Treas. 3, National For- ensic League 1, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, English Club 4. EULAH ANN SCOTT Girls' League Council 1, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Big Sisters, Pres. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, F. T. A., See.-Treas. 4, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Girls' Festival Chorus 2, 4, Triple Trio 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, All-State Chorus 2, 3, 4, Senior-Freshman Assem- bly 1. MARILYN FRANCES SEABECK Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Freshmen Orientation Tea 2, Gusher Staff 3. MARGIE LUCILLE SELBY MICHAEL E. SHAUGHNESSY "B" Squad Football 2, Varsity Football 4, Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, 4. JAMES GEORGE M. SHEPARD SYLVIA ANN SIMS Madrigal 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, 2nd Choir 1. VIRGINIA MARY SKAU National Honor Society 4, Junior Fol- lies 3, Big Sisters 4. ARVEL GILBY SMITH PHYLLIS JEAN SMITH Wheatrige H. S. fDenver, ColO.J 1, 2, Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, Newcomers, Club 3, Pres. SONDRA MAE SMITH Pals 4, Junior Follies 3. WINIFRED LEIOH SNYDER Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies 3, Madrigal 3, Guslier Staff 3, Freshmen Orientation Tea 2. JULIA ELVIRA SOLWOLD Big Sisters 4, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Cody 1, Newcomers' Club 2. CARYL LEON SPARGUR ELSIE BETH SPAWN Spanish Club 1, 2, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4. ' EVELYN SPILLANE Big Sisters 4, Madrigal 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, President, Junior Fol- lies 3, 2nd Choir 2, Senior-Freshman As- sembly 1, Freshmen Orientation Tea 2. EVON MICHELE SPILLANE Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, Junior Fol- lies 3, Pals 4. KATHERINE STALLINGS Swimming Team 2, 3, Junior Follies 3, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Gusher Staff 4, Quill and Scroll 4. Lois CATHERINE STANTON Pals 4, Junior Follies 3, Freshmen Orient- ation Tea 2. ROWEAN EDITH STEVENS .lunior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4. DORIS ILENE STEWART Baton Rouge H. S. fBaton Rouge, Louis- ianaj 1, 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Big Sisters 4. DONALD ROBERT STREETER Basketball Junior Varsity 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, "Bi, Squad Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, Newcomers' Club 1, Quill and Scroll 4. ALICE MARIE SULLIVAN Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio 3, Fresh- man Orientation Tea 2, Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, 2nd Choir 1, All-State Festival Chorus 2. CHARLES THOMAS SULLIVAN Home Room Representative 1, Madrigal 1, ROTC 1, 2, 3, Gusher Staff 3, Class Football 1, 2, 3, Class Basketball 1, 2, 3. JOHN EARNEST SULLIVAN DONALD JAMES SWANTON Freshman Class President 1, Home Room Reprewliative 43 "BH Squad Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Senior- Freshman Assembly 1, Junior Follies 3, All-School Play 4. DON EUGENE SWEDENBORG National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Fol- lies 3, English Club 3, 4, Student Council 1, Crack Drill Squad 3, Freshman Class Representative 1, Home Room Represen- tative 4. WILLARD LINDLEY TALBERT Radio Guild 3, 4, Pres. 4, National Foren- sic League 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, English Club 3, 4, National Hon- or Society 3, 4, Student Body Treasurer 4, Junior Follies 3, Boys' State 3. CLAIRE LOUISE TOLLEY Newcomers' Club 3, Pals 4, Madrigal 4, F. T. A. 4. If .Q LoUIs DIi:ANE TANNER BEVERLESANN TRIlgIBLE Newcomers' Club 4i GEORGE HENRY ULLOM Crack Drill Squad 3, Intermural Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Junior Follies 3, Christmas Pageant 3, Baseball 4. DANA VAN BURGH Crack Drill Squad 2, 3, 4, Non-CommiS- Sioned Officer 2, 3, 4, Commissioned Of- ficer 4, Mustang Guard 2, 3. BARBARA I. VANMETER ARTHUR ERNEST VIGIL DUANE JAMES VROMAN DELORES JOAN WALDEN CHARLES L. WALLEY Junior Follies 3, Allied Youth 2. MARGARET EDITH WENZINGER DALE PORTER WHITE Boys' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, All-School Play 3, 4, National Thespians 3, 4, Student Body Secretary 4, Home Room Representative 1, 2, Wrestling 4. fcontinued from page 24D Queen. Marion Lybyer received the DAR Good Citizenship Award, and Willard Talbert won the State "Voice of Democracy" contest. '4Yes, the class of '50 has left behind an enviable record in scholarship, debating, football, basketball, Swimming, and many other activities too numerous to mention. I shall miss them, for through the years I have become extremely fond of this likeable group of boys and girls." CATHERINE AGNES WHITMAN Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies 3, Freshmen Orientation Tea 2. JAMES WILSON WILLIAM J. WILSON Stage Manager 2, 3, 4, Track 1, National Thespians 4, Junior Follies 3, All-School Play 4, Christmas Pageant 3, 4, Mad- rigal 3. JOY BEATRICE WITHERS National Honor Society 4. WILBUR C. WILTSEY BONNIE JOSEPHINE WOLFE Newcomers' Club 1, Spanish ,Club 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4. RICHARD D. YINCLING JILL MARYLYNE ZOBLE Triple Trio 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Junior Fol- lies 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Big Sisters 4. You're right, old Sundial, had you but the time, you Surely could tell us more, but it is the eve of our high school years, and we must draw this to a close. Gazing at the tower in the gathering dusk, we wistfully yearn that these four wonderful years would not have to end so soon, and that we could have the time to do the many things left undone. Good-by! Weill not forget you, good ol' NCHS. Time Ivan Goodman, Norman Harms, and Ed Gaylord, are diligently studying some- thing. Y 00156 ' 11015 ai? X Out Ylauiiv one 0 n BTW xx- xnaikime at Voice 601. .3 . ge gaznl In . Ch' - 0111111 g ahlllgas and 12 Ouhceznehttbe s or Esquire? Anyway Loren Bemis, f ' 'L- a ,A .V Af, V ga' lo! 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QQ Ig A Z3 2 bftg, 4? in 1 k 1 if W X Q44 ff Rza ,QS gag , in if if 12 12 21153 ,,m Lyle Covington Student Body President Carl Ginet - Marion Lybyer Boy's Vice President Cirl's Vice President Willard Talbert Dale White Student Body Treasurer Student Body Secretary Student Body President: In the spring, when election time comes 'round, the stu- dent body faces a difficult task in choosing a person suitable for the responsible posi- tion of their president. Some of the duties are: taking charge of student Council meetings and introducing programs, assemblies, and guest speakers. Girls' Vice-President: As she is selected only by girls, the girl elected to this office is sure to be a fitting leader for the many activities of the girls. The Girls? Vice automatically becomes president of the Girls' League Council. Boys' Vice-President: This boy might be considered a 'cghostw for the Student Body President, for in the absence of the president, the Boys' Vice takes charge of all the duties. E Secretary: Oftentimes a mighty sigh escapes the lips of this officer for this hope- less one is surrounded by a mountain of paper. This officer must faithfully record the minutes of the Council's daily meetings, in addition to answering letters received from other Executive Councils who are seeking information. Student Body Treasurer: Of all, perhaps the holder of this position is the happiest, for he is constantly in contact with that "filthy lucref' Eff ?' f ig! rj' GL um gfap . if af . My V' W Q2 b5'K?fW ,gf'W,wf', wggvw YQWRIWWQQQQ? viii M zigiffiggiig f"fpS,gQ2'ZC2v0 gp WWMQW if 22 ha Hayes, Dfnwii rr, Sarah W"""i t Marguww M ents, we ?1zxzta:ggfii,?,2's2:ze,, RowyrlgniimcCM1,,?t0ii?zL,fy, W 10 Goble' it Ebanger, Bohn rupolrgias Kingdom' Everett, C u ' jack AnderS0H, - Roussalis, . Cx I rigs: Sprecher, Margie are LATIN CLUB Four years ago the Latin Club was re- organized after all too-long absence. As its purpose is to increase interest in Latin and to stimulate scholarship, the membership re- quirements for sophomores is that they have a two average and take a competitive examin- ation in order to join. Advanced Latin pupils automatically belong. After the roll call has been answered at the monthly meeting by Latin quotations, the members gain more knowledge of the laws, foods, dress, customs, and government that existed in the far off past. The group enjoys many social activities, often times holding a replica of an ancient Roman banquet in addition to the picnics and parties. President -------AAAfAe-v ......,,, M arie Schulte Secretary ,-,--,- ------------MM- J ill Zoble Vi0e'Pf9Sifl6Hi -.f-,.. ....... D iana Chalfant Treasurer W ,,,,,--,-,,,,,A,,fM yf--'-- S any Johnson Sponsor .ss..ss.....,.,..... .....Y..,.tt, R uby McBride Ye i ' 'Ba ---LBO - ' Ha -' we w lfYeggilCraie0k'Hie Team Mathis Soe Lew Stock, ilirighialbelt' Oesslengay Ntailf Blat i 5a0 Nxcho Q Rowona Ay, WA a Culvefe Sie ancei 90 ovl lvfse ow I B Y Y - 5, R Xe , B Cotlsms, sciileiclvet NiarllQa5' Sims? lack SWGG oimalh La filo 1 W 0 V gill! . arson, Ya Oi-61. lean ,bam Ma ,wie lo Saw Be EWS' Pxean . I RCW X ve Ywakiiibins ROW X well 1 1 Su get U BIB Kel D66 trade 1 nav, X-5 iw Amen Dan Nance! . 15 BQ, ' Yhyll can, MY- Or. ymsjvcxgaa 'Ym?lfiiXfBill Dim SPons , I V 1 Lamb' my enable' ' puff B Ham! Nlufan ' SPANISH CLUB 'lSenor, como usta usted?7' '4Quo tal, trying to learn the history, customs, and liter- amigow. Hey, where are you going? Yes, this ature of our South American neighbors. 15 Shu the Umted States-yo? just happenefi to Not all of their business is serious, though, Owfrhear 3' part of the Spamsh Club meetmg' for they usually sponsor a mixer, have picnics, Thlf Club 15 one Offhe Oldest here In NQH5, skits, and fiestas. The organization is well for it was begun thirty years ago. Ever since, Worth a persorfs time if he is a Student of members have struggled for more fluency in Spanish and would like to join the use of this language, while at the same time Pfwidelll ...,...,.,,. .,,...,, S teve Kofakis Secretary ,......., ,,,i... P addy Cousins V' -P 'd we rest ent ..,,,.. ....,,,. J oan Culver Treasurer ...., ,,.lt.,. P eggy Pearson na L1-an v f . Ronald - B - , BMW loufgenso ,Kay Qumm , Fmt R0r'a1azi,?5, M-we W Row M 1 e u Mufane- lane M HS Hltch' Ertdgffli llllxgtfgaret Hangadmers Corbett, Bruce Lynch, hare as Klddv. T om t Def eyi-3 3 Watson, Peers Brewer, Rober William CurI'Y, Charles Bender. - Talbert, . ' Charles Cock, Willard P junger lim Ell1S, tel' 0 x . X N Y. Q gr hn Murane, 6 y ,J ak 1, 2 L f x JO V- " -:fDT"1'il- z'Q1'INX' VN r ,-fxf: M' Q -EA, -5 Q5 ll- H W Rm is -LN -it ':- Q X ,L My B DL W 57' if --. fa '3 C ' ' , 1.-k 45" J :DF -X xiii: Lx x.NN :X 3. 21 ji , 434 'Age .r,C--ATN V iw ffl. .px W M grip' p, l K tk,-gf EXC: 'i ex . efbfi 'fig' 3 if Y g, 4 gr, " if A 'N ' TR :A if C is-'X 'Q 31:T'xTc,:3f.-si 4Jix 32" V' " if a Q o is Miss 13. its' Tix" N lil' Lb flu . 11,5011 nces Feris, SPO Fra Time marches on, and the debaters keep on bringing in the laurels. According to the 1927 ICON- OCLAST, the old name of the yearbook, the debate club was then three years old, making this organiza- tion one of the oldest with a continuous membership. The speakers are trained in leadership and self- relianoe, two important character traits. When debaters gain a total of twenty points through interscholastic speech tournaments, they continue to work for points in an attempt to achieve the highest oratorical degree: the Degree of Distinc- tion. Pfesidenl .,,,,,..s,.,.,. YY,,, B Curr Y Vzce-President ..,,,,, ,,e,,, C arl Ginet The familiar chenille "Cn worn by the debaters as well as many other organizations in high school was designed originally by a debater, Ned Turner, for the NFL. Last spring Miss Feris, the sponsor, was awarded the Diamond Kay Award as the top coach in the national organization. This year the Casper chapter received the plaque as the leading chapter in the Rocky Mountain District. When speakers travel from Casper to the tour- naments in Colorado and Wyoming, they always do well and bring home more than their share of cups and trophies. Secretary Treasurer S ll - ..,,,.. ....,,,. a y Johnson Sponsor ,..,.........,...., ....,s..., M iss Feris "V ' TT i Row I-B . , etty Pett1P1ecC, Mari' .lo Currence Mary JO G bl 0 C JoAnn Breckinrid C Don- na B Illxurgessirfaul Brock. Row Hgvirginia ,Sk 9 . 411, Evelyn Spillane, Mona Heatg , R 011. OW Jeafl isch Neff. Row IV gr' Mary Lou Knittle C 1 S 7 d Stgve Kofakis Billilcgel Ikard, JoAnn Hecflfziirtlrl? Matoole, Vonda Alexa d Laird, Harry Tfenableugiia Peter Junger, Jamgs gy Stallings, .loan Culvef gi Mane , 1 Ebmger, Miss Hagan, W?Hg2dB,igHlj4ura'rlre. Row T71 if gg CIT, Om 'NATIONAL HoNo To become a member of National Honor S0- ciety is no small achievement. Few of the Junior or senior classes find their grades high enough to be eligible for membership, as only the upper fif- teen per cent of the senior class and the upper five per cent of the junior class may be considered. A f rth by the organization are few of the goals set o scholarship, character, leadership, and service. President ........,.... Vice-President ....... Vvf.fw. G C0fg6 Evelyn Spillane Chingas R SOCIETY To the twelve seniors who belonged last year, fifteen new seniors and fifteen new juniors were added this year. The lowest senior average was 1.785 ' 41. This brings the the lowest junior average was 1. ' f t -two for this year. These total membership to or y members will belong to the society until gradua- tion. Every spring a traditional picnic is held for ,these honor students. lt pays to keep up your grades. Secretary-Treasurer .,...... ....... R 2101161 lkafd Sp0n,50r ,--,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, .,..... D olly Hagan nm Streetefi 5 Bobo Guber, be,IV5v ol an Kas, Lau? pgjseexaus, Csrveayson, lo Bob RGYDO Nlafguen revce' Pegg ave' bxe, aham, S 0 Cui .xx MDT 30 G0 Paw! Gr Maw nam Bt Nyss . f Mau Benmn' Stallings' 'Yom N00 X ugreW X aw? Aww , Rav W XXX' XWMYCK ROW ' w H 1 1 Sung? 'gatoib R0 Sponsor Hana' K0 well, Peiett 365516 dieycgroiiulash SCO 7 CDV ' QUILL AND SCROLL Among the busier people in this busy in- Besides having an active interest in jour- stitution are the members of the Quill and nalism, a student qualifying for membership Scroll. They assist in the managing and edit- must be of the junior or senior class, must be ing of the Gusher, the school newspaper. in the upper third of his class in scholastic The Club is an ancient and honorable standing, and he must have had one hundred One, having been founded in 1926. There are inches in printing. The student must be recom- chapters in nearly every state in the Union, as niended bY the Sponsor of the Q11111 and Scroll, well as in England, Canada, British Hondur- a SO' as, Hawaii, Alaska, the Philippine Islands, and China. Pffwideflln ,AAa--------K4 ....,., E ulah Scott Secretary .....i,............., ....... B ob Streeter V106-P f6Sld61lI5 Y....,... ..,......,,......,... B ill Murane Treasurer ,,.,,,.,,r,,,,,,,,,,-,-, ,,,,,,,, C 3101 Guber Sponsor ....,...,,........i..... ...i,.i ,,.,,.,. R u th Pettigrew V blus, B.ete1' Ju eckart Row I Bois PXJ0 Ann . , H 111 Mllraggfziiw ygigxary M006 ge C . 01.1 e, M hzngas. W3LC:d2'ubej:fZjZoCCOb1e R albert UTI' 5 achel I fPreS.dy: Joan C ka!-d A 1 ent Ulb t lic J, hot Shower, fanet?WDl.1. H. He. RADIO GUILD The little red light flashes on the studio wall, and once again the NGHS Radio Guild is on the air with another High School Headliner program. In addition to the popular radio pro- gram, the Guild assumes announcing duties at KSPR in the spring with its annual Radio Day. Who can forget those sometimes humorous, and not always cheerful morning announce- ments over the PA system during homeroom period. President .,,.,,,.,,,,,, .i,...., W illard Talbert Vice-President ,,,...... .....,A,....... T OIT! Lfilk The training received by members is in- valuable if they plan to make the field of broadcasting their career, as did two early members, Bill Shutts and Fred Hufsmith. In- structions are given in script-writing, correct broadcasting, and voice control. Secretary-Treasurer W ..,,,,. Kathleen Daly Sponsor ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,. ....,. G Wendolyrl Hill ' """' row lfgwirisftiilciibssizt',ian,g3kage,Eu31,fyiat?5Qi221213,Ntizzafesg Bonnie o . vMaIi1yn e l S' hulte, at S mane, e Q Regam ari W nnnseff - Mane 0 . ,Evelyn P Marilyn . W! ivif,'Efee,ePaddY Coliiigfirenradeea5enn1ir1i1ffier,5allY Hffmiean raflelche' 2351, suv- Row lil-'10 Agfgrgaret Grove, liflgirayg lfioserrlffrfifgflkgfc, Lorraine Nlslilsom Verna View Cagiiliif Pinn6Y,wPrHsagf1in Culilefv lo Aliiilcille Good, Peggy 7 . ' na Lflbyeri wart Kay Stax me therine Whrtma H6116 Ste , Hampton, a . B 1-bafa h Ellis. Tledies, iiulia Solwolde Rui BIG SISTERS Yes, NCHS has everything, including a postofficeg however, the use of this post- office is reserved for the Big Sisters and their little sisters. The Big Sisters is an organization consist- ing of girls chosen by the faculty for scholar- ship, citizenship, character, dependability, and unselfishness. ln the fall of the year they are given three or four little sisters, who are the incoming freshmen girls. The older girls, du- ties range from translating Latin to finding the younger girls, dates for the Co-ed Ball. Through the help of these senior girls, the freshmen soon begin to feel at home. The Big Sisters' group assists the Girls' league Council in many of its undertakings, such as the Football Ball and the Co-ed Ball. P esident f ------------ -.------ E ulah Scott S6CfetdTy ....,.,,,....,,.,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,-, M ary J0 Currenge V7fCe'Pfe-Sldent -------- --....................... R llth Treagurer -,-,--.-------------------- l------g--------- S ue Holley SP071-90V --------------------- --- ...................... Peggy Tobin "U11dnd,lV ' ' "WVU un L, -' "WC 1011 , - "3 1111116 15 IE5?0glY1f'isher. Raodinigalg, Aliclianguclliiaxirgi Igor 313 Aillgin131i?3WHFITHU, Diiigrliigfbjlary s 31' 31-aB. fvons . 1.0111-as , - XI C- Lola Cauthom, 5511, pauhne MeCEgll8H6,.L01S Stamoilnlth, Norma Mefgfiogjne Rone, ores Walden Ma H16 Miss Cabey M1 Ester Edgerton B ttY Ross , ry Oughhn. 7 arinell Larson f onnie Ben-3 , Betty Cooper, PALS The term Pals means just what it implies -the members of this organization help all new girls other than freshmen to become ac- quainted in NCHS. The girls are selected for this group on a basis of dependability, loyalty, service, and pleasing personality. Ever since the group was organized in 19440, the Pals have assisted other girls, or- ganizations in their activities. The girls are truly helpful in every way possible, when they are called upon. President .,,,,,,,,tt,, tttt,,t W illa Connor Secretary ..,,.a g..-......- A Hita Benton VLC-g-Prg5ideng ,-,-AAA ,-,A,,A,,At,,, L 015 Stanton Treasurer ,,,,,,,.,,, ,.,....., ..... D O rotlly N1Cl'1Ol3S Sponsor ,,,,,,,,,,,, .,. ....................... Mary Gabel' FX Chev SHY 6 llgixul gr ocli, Dcuglas . i Geraldine W' Da YQ , Sean Heckari, Kalmeilxonda AleXaYlid?::hnS0'f'7 ,jo Ann gum EWS? W Hlflgo r. ROW K . Row ll! C usinS- H0 . . hcl Linifey' sgllgignelltl Eggetleward, Paddybea, Bill Marana 155 Et H ggi, Bill AY ' X rd Tal to0lev gay Stllnhvieve Cai1niiYl5illCurry, Wd 3 ENGLISH CLUB Even though your interests may range from Chaucer to Friedl Pfeifer, you are Wel- come to become a member of the English Club. There is one catch, though-you have to take a test. This exam is a competitive one, for the persons having the higher scores are President ,,oi,....,si,o,,,,, sssssw- C arl Ginet .ISI ViC6-Pf6Sili6HIf ,,,,i,,, ---N-Afff J Qhn Masek 2nd Vice-Pr 'd est emi '..... ..tttt,.. T om Leik taken into the organization. In addition to learning quotations and reviewing books, the club sponsors mixers and candy sales, and all in all, have a lot of fun. Sfffffemfy -aaa-- t..,..ii M ary Michie Treasurer --- .....,,,... Paul Brock SPUUSOT -- ...,,,, Ethel Lindsay ROW I XF an, Dale EE11Q1cJo11,,StOn M JU1- ' jen lie, , S, F r .Cordon 31? Perkin 3 If I1 Dillon, qD0,?:7FIstopherS'RRow HXB. of, Jean Smi?hW Hlxligi Wglson C , I . a al-01 G Jo Ann 110 ' H ff, P U56 , GCIYHIT, Bolitig Jllnggr Noon- eegall. , Ora Lee NATIONAL THESPIANS The organization of the National Thes- pians has an interesting history. Formed by an NCHS dramatics instructor, the group has rown into an international society of about 5 32000 members, over 600 troupes, and can 7 be found in Panama as well as in forty-two states. Its purpose is to reward high school tudents for their participation in dramatics s and stage work, and to create a more active interest in dramatics. Anyone receiving ten points for some phase of stage work is eligihleg twenty points gives a member the title of a one star Thes- ' ' Th 'ang piang thirty points, a double star espi forty points, an Honorary Thespian. It is a ' ' this great honor and a privilege to belong to hard Working group. S tar Treasurer - ,. Frank Johnston Pf6SideHIf -..A.,....,,. ..,,,.,,, D ale White ecre y- , l ' ...,,. Tom Noonan Sponsor ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,-,,-, ,,,-,,,,, F rank D1ll0n Vzce-Preszdent ,...,.. FUTURE NURSES Row I-Jean Henderson, Juanita Harlowe, Dorothy Nicholas, Lois Miller, sponsor, Anita Benton, president, Dolores Bissacca, Genevieve Carney, Norma Meigh, Joan Culver, Dorothy Fisher, Alice Wentz, Valeta, Green, Vonda Alexander, Elsie McCaugh- ren, Delores Scott, Shirley Schwarz. FUTURE TEACHERS Mary Jo Currence, Kay Stallings, Dolly Studer, sponsor, Eulah Scott, Bessie Eaton, president, Beryl McBride, sponsor, Jo Ann Heckart, Coralee Jurgens. Row ll-Kathy Daly, Janet Lamb, Rosemary McGee, Janet Maebius, Ann Morgan, Marie Schulte, Mary Michie, Annela Currence. PEP CLUB Row I-Jo Lea Sprecher, Margie Clare, Joan Townsend, Joyce Sherry, Joanna Rand, Nancy Epperheimer, Ardis Hand, Kay Krajick. Row H-Elizabeth Scott, Vanita Wil- son, Karla Walker, Dorothy Sullivan, June Olbert, Lynne Harder, Lavonne Feris, Ann Smyth, Alea Hemmant, Eleanor Boson. Row HI--Kathryn Begley, Norene Marsh, Mercedease Howard, Joyce Underwood, Barbara McFall, Charlotte Koenig, Shannon Barker, Martha Hays, Carol Blanford. Row IV-Sally Kingham, Sandy Hershey, Bar- bara Mclllroy, Susan Nichols, Doris Tucker, Joanne Edwards, Pricilla Trujillo, Vir- ginia Say, Ramona Stock. Row l-Martha Hicks, Betty Haltom, Abby Martyr, Dolores Bissacca, Dorothy Koer- ber. Row ll-Pat Loggy, Mary Hester Murphy, Marilyn Ackerman, Betty Tiley, Mari- lyn Johnson, Sally Gilardi. Row lll-Ann Johns, Juanita Harlow, Jerry Lee Plumer, Beverly Coet, Donna Culver, Ellen Noonan. Row IV: Marlyss Cvaughiam, Aileen Bar- ion, Dorothy Wooden, Shirley Day, Patsy Williamson, Pat Davidson. Burg Eppie Santistevan, Hubert Green, Sirnrnie Wood, Yrtldence Edwards, Luciiie Davis, Anita Soiiy, Patty Ciinkenbeard, Beveriy Trirnbie, Nancy Lubnau, loan Sing, Louis Dunn. Row iVfYatsy Sing, Dickse NicCiain, loan Yarker, Do Stewart, Maribei Caqneiin, Lorraine Cook, Ybyiiis Ciark, Dernarcye Wyant, Dorothy Nic Yvonne Rippon, Eisie Ni-:Cagbren, Niyrtie Trniove. Row Vx Stan Devore, Biii Swan, Don arnes Goiay, Don Starr, Ytobert Starr, Bob Hardison, Bruce Baiiey, Sirn Unniap. Trirnbie, Lioyd Macy, I rger, Arneii Baniord, Scott, Biii W oii, ira Harga One of the most ga-nizat' All St rons of NC active udent HS is h and elle - men com S new to t e New rgetlc or pose th COII1eI-S1 - Thro e membershfnhef than uh- Th fr G Ne greetin ugh the . lp, Csh. a good . wcomer additiog and Chri Selhng Of this mme' For is Seem to be I1 to h Stmas PCHCHS I year CO . Ilstanc alwaysh and baskeb andliflg Cards' Stat- , PaPer, taming th mast Of m fa' their act' - 'Wing the title at all games Wngessions lonery, in newcome C Phone nu Hkmg a dir 1V1tie5 for ' Wealfhie 'the Club h at f00tb Picn' rs to NCH mbefs and eCt0fY co st Organizatio a? well earnig Weerics, dances, S S' ha addresses ni P n ln SCh0Ol va Party, and alglmming par? had several reside ' 0 a th 16s Sec T nt eater Pa y a Hall " re " fty. O' fszeportegs. "'--- p0I7,50r ""'- Joyce ., Cro b Dollixna Euilgiedcgrdo Bea h ---5 s, Owel C C . 1 W 7 ahf, ' Y0min A I' ------ Ties Wheeler P Kaithlryore Oklg een Hemi. Y Row ifL0ia Mae Unangst, everiy Yticbards, Katbieen Hernryfsponsor, Soyce Crosby, Donna ess, Frances Wbeeier, Doiiy Koran. Bow iiffyeorgie Unangst, Sbiriey Travis, Yrankiin 'Green ' Cbaries Yirnekas, Eari Dibbie, Biii Stewart, Sirn Nieador, Sobrr NicCrirnrnon Biii Cbeney, Frank Carter, Bay Yierce. Bow iiiflo Ann Hicks Cberry NicCagbren, Eiien Sean Prior, Kerry Seiie s n Breckenridge, Patty Treece, Lynne ris Yuiiinwider, Wynorna ' boias, doan .ma ,,- . .ff HGH? ?w'1 , zA ,I J. E ff "A Q , K, t I 4 ,Nw Wg W. f " H W? a in ' 'Y W qi. 1, ,.. X A, Q , . 'H ,N XY Mya H ,X 5 rss ni Q A w' ' ,W sf' , x J S35 51 f fy , 3 5 5 1 if ' ' "1-KN-:P 1 if ' ,Y Si , ,. V fp -4 , A? ifrfv' QQ ,42 ,1,?fg' ,L V L L1 J VNQEZ A if ' . wage W Q . i , 's - - K4 -f g w W: M g N WS fv. ' AxAL,t , - ff ff l ' ' x H 7 Q Q.: g ,. U Mig V .l::14: W f'f. 5 f y ilu W 5 f 'fiiff .511 1 I . '71 'Q 15 .. A 1 A W K., L - ,2"s,:-"mi 4A 4 mg 7 i ik . COACHES Head Coach-William Hileman ASSISTANT COACHES Bill Reese Earl fshadowl Ray Harry Mangus vw ie in 3:3 Q Bow I-Bob Browning, Bill Rissler, Lyle Covington, Ed Barnett, Robt. lVlcConahay, Ed Gaylord, Bryan Harris, Bob Hileman. Row Il-Coach Hileman, Horace Conger, Richard Speese, Tom Schwarburg, Ernie Vigil, Darrell Houg- ham, John Masek, Dean Beyers, Elmer Underwood, Bob Streeter, Norman Harms, Coach Bay. Row IH- Larry Qi? , R522 l SCHEDULE Billings ..... Jordon ,...... Laramie .,,A. Cheyenne .....,.. -- Rawlins ........,..... . Bocksprings Bellefouche ' ' St. Mary,s, X Sheridan ..........,.......,..... Photo by Egan Opponents 25 "'fffQfQff1Q 7 .----.-.13 ---,..-.4-7 ,,----.-12 ---..--,13 3 s Casper 19 6 26 7 0 12 26 32 14- na Barnett, Charles Anderson, Vic Tomlin, Joe Leisek, Richard Adams, Dewey Cerdom, Steve Jackson, Lorin Bemis, Bob Cooper, Alvin Campbell, Don Loomer, Francis Grady. Row IV-Dale Cromwell, Charles Kabler, Bill Ask- man, George Struck, Jerry Jackson, ,lack Steele, Jim Gist, Dick Day, Melvin Williams, Charles Rowland. PASO state trackmeet, with Ernie VKQA tekmg the honors. ' chata Specs-e, an tadded. Yu M65 being 6 doxft Xook 0 ow but X thmk s,ate I I' ack me ez J be fd lasty ear ' 1 ,K ,KM Vx 11 C aspen Q-,N X .xg 'F '22 X ! N. ,yvy M "' B , ff5 TS'f N06 . 15' CHk?1e,,,a ' 11 car ryj 11 8 the ball for -1 -nl Basketball ' Houghman 832 ajzlizeii twith Darrell 0 . k an If not this b time B0 e ' Lhefs' Wm he mi 0 dld many Hileman Y" and i Barnett Eddie h shot' ea pus -li mano' C famous on his An exhibition f te o our new am, and our b I wrestling oy Jerry Sullivan is on op. VARSITY B Lusk ............ M ASKETBALL TEA BiII 0'LeafY . H sham' ' h d Chingas, BOT' BIOWHHTTB-JSIIEZTOWogay-,c3acTacIl:1i11:n I IOM' Masekt Geoifii Eddie Barneml-I,i3TLYvert Elmer U1CIiEi'T3:Eiickson, Dick W " an 1 ' - Iggb HihEni1xnI3i1tIi,?chaIIT Tv'PITEl'?3e3I:?udXigIgeciIuIVIT2iTTEEreII, lack Cani1eId. Parker' e ' tant coaCh- 0 K bIer. Seam ' B111 Reese, 35515 CharIes 3 I'IartweII, Dan Turner, -- ........ 25 Casper ..... ........ 3 2 Cody ................ ......., 3 3 Casper ..... ........ 3 6 '49 Alumni ........ ........ 5 0 Casper ..... ....... 3 3 Worland ......... ........ 3 8 Casper ..... ........... 4 9 Laramie ......... ........ 3 4 Casper ..... ........... 4 0 Laramie ............ ........ 1 7 Casper ...... ........... 3 2 Rock Springs ................ 34 Casper ,..... ........... 3 5 Rock Springs ..... ........ 4 7 Casper ...... .......... 3 9 Midwest ......... ....... 3 7 Casper ...... .......... 2 6 Laramie ,,,,,, ,,,..,, 4 2 Casper .,,,,. ..,.....-, 5 7 Laramie ......,., .,......... 3 5 Casper ...... .....,.... 4 9 Green River ...,......,...,, 39 Casper ...... ..,....... 4 5 Rock Springs .....,.,....,,.. 41 Casper ...... .......... 2 6 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Opponent ........... .. .,.,...... Casper ..... -- Opponent ......... Casper ....... Rock Springs Casper--- Cheyenne ........ ....,..... 3 5 Casper.-. Cheyenne ..... Casper.-- Buffalo .---. Casper.-- Gillette -.--- Casper-.- Sheridan ....- Casper-.. Buffalo ---.-- Casper-.. Sheridan ----. Casper.-. Gillette ........- Casper.-. Cheyenne ...... Casper .... Cheyenne -..... Casper .... Midwest -......- Casper .... STATE TOURNAMENT Opponent ......-...........-... Casper ..... Opponent ....... Casper -.-... Opponent ..-..-. Casper ...... Opponent .-...... Casper -.-..- NB" SQUAD FOOTBALL ' Tribune Herald Photo Egan 81 Noonan Row I--Jack Allen, Bob Doll, Jack Donahue, Milt Ground, Kenny Esterline, George Cadwell, Von Coles, Bill Duncan, Bob Sedar. Row ll-,lack Jourgensen, Ross Beyer, Sherle Cook, Dick Hartwell, Benny Baker, ,lim Dougherty, Frank Easter, Bob Brady, J ack Anderson, J ack Schwartzkopf. Row Ill-Warren Jackman, Bion Wyman, George Sullivan, Bay Putra, Harvey Noble, Walter Parks, Frank Borella, Corky Newman, Coach Bill Reese. Row IV-Line Coach Larry Adams, Varion Ponton-Mgr., Tom Korman, Danny Doherty, Peers Brewer, Bill Cooper, Bill Swan, Billy Coyne, Bob Hay- den, Bob Conley, J ack Canfield-Mgr., Ass't. Coach Harry Mangus. HBN SQUAD BASKETBALL Row l-Chuck Ebinger, lra Taylor, Bob Doll, Tom Burridge, Bill Duncan, Jack An- derson, Milton Ground. Row ll--Jack Ullom, Jack Radden, Gene Bell, Walter Parks, ,lim Baker, Don Starr, Bay Putra. Row lll-Bill Reese, coach, Larry Browning, John Murane, Sidney Morrison, Charles Watson, Jerry McDowell, Bill Gifford, Varion Pon- ton, Mgr. -, 'ff E Li '1'Tf9..,1?+jt 39. .1,wynqrqW:.w:'a.'J:5f?". , ,, I Uerdomf Doh fury Uaflletti doe lusgef, Gus Isauuenlans Sponso 00mer, Home Leisek, Elm mbons. ROW H Y, Robert MC C Conger, To CF Underwood I Victor Tom: m Schwarbur B, Richard Ad ga ob Hlleman. HHIS, MC" CLUB One of the oldest and most respected clubs of NCHS is the "Cn Club. To be entitled to member- ship a boy must have earned a major letter in foot- ball, basketball, or track. As the members are all athletes, the club en- deavors to teach the members good sportsmanship. The boys do a great deal toward increasing school spirit, and many times are called on by the Student Council to help maintain order at the basketball and football games. President .,....,...... ....... B ob McConahay Vice-President ........ ,...... L yle Covington Sponsor ........ One of the clearest indications that the boys try to come out on top, not from a feeling of revenge but from a love of sport, is the annual banquet given for our old rival, Cheyenne. This function has done a great deal toward promoting good-feeling between the schools. The club also sponsors the boxing tournament from which the proceeds are used for a banquet given for the graduating mem- bers and their dates. Secretary ..-.,,,. ....,.. E ddie Barnett Treasurer ....... ........ ,l ohn Masek Bill Hileman .1 F Just before the ball . . . Sue Holley and Rosemary McGee decorating the gym. 7 1 , Pe . 3 'i W 5' 'fu Q ' L.. X I V K ' XV V, V if 7 l k 3 . , Y an ' il' A X f 1 , 2 y ' J - if 41 . t , . o:": Those are socks Pete Junger's wearing. Motor Day X l '1 Understand? . . . Bill Wilson, Gordon Christopher, Earl Perry, Malcolm John- ston, Bob Hardison, Max Perkins. Tea time in 159 Dan Anthes, Ted Buchholz, V. Y. and Stella Russell. SWING BAND Cordon Bystrom, Carol Guber, Eddie Pickett, John Hutchinson, Betty Nevers, John Murane, Ronnie Doscher, Carl Grosz, Melvin Hedstrom, Carl Ginet, Fred Ebinger, Betty Hilton, Marvin Bishop, Don Ferguson, Bill Murane, Bob Downs, Barbara, Atwood, Jim Chapin. fcontinued from p. 381 athletes, John Prugh is noted for his marvelous who do their share in bringing fame and honor to voice, Peter J unger is proving a talented debaterg their class, however, the junior class has something and then there are the Sullivan twins, who still have no other can equal-Dewey Gerdom--Cnuff saidlj everyone wondering who's who. Every class has . . . . . The class has made a fine record, and will do their own individuals, too numerous to mention, even better in their busiest and last year. SPECIAL NOTE: The following may be found at the following places upon publica- tion of this yearbook: Bessie Eaton-Evanston, Wyo. Tom Noonan-Fairbanks, Alaska Bob J ohnson-Ascension Island, South Pacific Ruth Ellis-Timbuctu, Africa Mary Michie--Sidney, Australia Bob Borders-Elba Island oem ll never See' a P l Shi Visual Education, with George Clark at HX think thai tree the wheel. as lovew as The sixty-four dollar question, as observed by Sally Shader. Tom Noonan and Marie Schulte recount M355 def . W wwf Xkmg akevj Yak- sse Yeris are ta Y n old times as they autograph their senior HN and Mi pictures. about here' N""'lw,,f 'MW Drooliug over gifts for graduation time. T Says GM! "THANKS, For leH'ing us have a par+ in producing +his beaufiful . annual" CH EVTZCLET CC fy Co-sponsor Soap Box Derby SALES - SERVICE - 322 So. David Phone 2I00 C5W7ffWf5f4e TO THE CLASS OF I95O - DEPARTMENT aidaf. 5-I-OQE "WHERE CASPER SHOPS WITH CONFlDENCE" i i Covvmflifwuefvfbb Of Your 9 Chrysler - Plymouih Dis'I'r. EE Q E S Mo-Par Paris F'-2l'2 KEITH THOMAS Q af0Q4. 'ZQWZQL4' 223 Pigiorihqlggrbin I4b Soufh Cenier Phone 20 One M aging C07lg1'6lf1lZ6Zfi07lS TO THE ax CLASS OF l950 QA? LAUNDERERS Phone I260 638 Eas+ Second WYOMING'S EDUCATIONAL Music CENTER rrr E EDWARD E. SAQICKS H316 J E Hjfe ' o Q Fine Fine 26516 Clorhes Clofhes 320 E. 2nd Phone 438 l : islrffl' ' Casper, Wyoming CQ'5i?'Ei2,WV ! Pl-lOTOG:vf2AI3l-IE-3 Qmxazfid o , :Jai A "WHERE STYLE 01 U , KNOWS NO SIZE" I37 So. Cenfer Phone 22I3 GET YOUR COLLEGE Qgtgkufen LUGGAGE EI.EC-I-I2IC Co ai' O 0 , 1 zndf, gf Ta Home of Halilour+on, Harfman ' and Samsonife Luggage Ranges' - Washers I20 Easi' Second Phone IO46-J Refrigeralors Radios - Irons Patronize Your Advertisers They Make The Annual Possible CONGRATULANONS Congrafulafions, Class of '50 CLASS OF I9so B- F- TERMAN Bowl For Healfh Fo, SW, Fo, Fun INSURANCE Co. 242 E. 2nd Phone 40l df-526023 N E 'EEE BOWLING CENTEI2 LUFE OUR GOOD WISHES I f,.G IEI frr f':r I ZEI 3 I- 9 ' 90 wifh You as You mem' +56 r.II. .I.', 25124 -112552. 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Mazda Lamps l5I8 Eas'r Second Casper JOUTZGENSEN PAINT CO. wvo-me PAINTS Made in Wyoming +o meer Wyoming climafic condirions 242 Wes+ Yellowsfone Casper, Wyoming CONGRATULATIONS-TO THE CLASS OF '50 Gus-rAr:soN y AU-ro REDAHQ ss-nop e 428 Wesi' Yellows+one Phone 3242 CRTHOPE DIC APPLIANCE CO. Arfificial Limbs-Braces-Supporfs-Trusses Cus+om FiHed Lov-e' Brassieres-Repairing All Makes 2I4 Nor+h WolcoH' Phone 3406 , M Tc: 1.4: 's Qfymzxffffwd E A em!! 29 60443 MEI. COl.L.IEI'2 STORES 228 Easf Second Home of Philco Radios and Refrigerarors i,.s.:ff- X xx i is QR., Qi 53'-l" i - Xxxfk at ii. xii. , ,N ,ig MN X - . EX 5.5 Xl gk 1 -., ,- - K A f D- A. Went togllqgqod Cffize IUP were E non L75 H Award this ye s l yer, Cen ter, ar Sf Hsin. al' SC0ff,1efr 'U I1 , and Ruth HE? W All State football L l and Tom K1 1 - a Ginet, r a nation . Carl vang fo Tom Leclligy were lea iuiegli xoufnamen ' Sp awards to Robert M yle Covington cConohay, , and Darrel Hougham, presented by .lim Hicks, Casper Tribune H , ' erala' sports edlt 0I'. 'l"I-IE UALITV 550 Exclusive, P buf no+ expensive LOVINA I'I. LOEHR 227 Easi' Second Phone I78 Hospi+aIi+y and Good Food BAE? VVELSI-I Zcimzofuge C C . I20 Sou'l'h Durbin Telephone IIOO 2 6 Casper, Wyoming Casper CONGRATULATIONS e yo 71416219- K Jgfw PM A I , Silver PAINT 5. 6 LABS '- CO. 3I8 Easi' Second Phone I374 Casper CONGRATULATIONS QKUPYMQ7' INXICDTCDIQS 355 Wesf Yellowsione DE SOTO - PLYMOUTH JOI-IN TRIPENY CO. Drugs Jewelry 24I So. Cenfer 99 BEST WISHES, SENIORS 35 YEARS IN CASPER Compliments of 552526243 spewing eooas "WE FOOL THE SUN" 6642 "WHERE ONE CUSTOMER SENDS ANOTHER" CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '50 A. J. 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