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

 - Class of 1951

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Left: Othalie Jack. secretary to the superin- tendentg Pearl Burns, registrar: Nell Kimball, attendance clerk. ' WALTER SAVAGE, Business Managerg BS., University of Wyomingg MS., Univer- sity of Wyoming. EDITH HEGWAR, Librarian: BA., Wells Collegeg B.S., University of Wyoming. ROSE- MARY MALONE, luibrariang B.A., College of St. Catherine: M.A., University of Minne- sotag MA., in L.S., University of IJCIIVCI' lQu7Ium17luA1z, STUDENT COUNCIL John Hitchcock, Freshman Class President, Don Starr, Sophomore Class Presidentg Edith Hall, Cusherg Catherine Begley, Junior Representative, Dick Hartwell, Junior Class President, .lack Steele, Senior Class President, Emily Beyer, Student Council Secretary, Elmer Underwood, Boys' Vice-president, Richard Parker, President of the Student Body, Sharon Evans, Girls' Vice-pres identp Larry Barnett, Student Council Treasurer, Ann Smyth, Junior Representative, Herman Pierce, Military, Lynne Bailey, Sophomore Representative, Mary ,Io Goble, Mustang, Pat Connell, Freshman Representative. Student leadership is seen in action every morning during the homeroom period at the Student Council meetings. Through the untiring efforts of Sponsor Mr. Walter King- ga X ham, this law-making body has been a success for many t years. ln all its varied projects, such as clean-up cam- 1 paigns, dances, and assemblies, this council administers V a constructive program of worthwhile activities to the x entire student body. i. CLEAN! sfvoENT COUNQQ L MUSTAN6 STAFF, Alice DuBois Business Manager LN Miss Gwendolyn Hill and Miss Frances Feris, Sponsors. Fil Mary ,lo Goble Editor ESTHER WON DERLY Printer The artist at work 'HIEPHRF THE SCENE OF THE CRIME Pat Kelliher Copy Editor rf ,Bn . 1 A- K as X john Hitchcock Assistant Photographer Tom Kidd Photographer Marcus Hltchcock Earl Perry my A rtist Head Photographer Jo Lea Sprecher Typist "' . V 1-V42--1:1 .. ' V ..k..' .-:-'f,.14' -1,2 ., "- 1 ' f' ffl: .,p V"1V ,1 p' ::v3-,.- . 13 A ,, 5V V . ,V ,QV ...Ji 'filffif' ,nu . Jai l"f-3" V" J" V' -Vi. .'95S5f1?"f ffdv .-:iv V1 'fp--' U M Prix 5 'Vi 1--V ' . . EVEN 1 -r ' n',L1 ' " N -' i9fff.?V. 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S Lx V -V V.: ,, -v 3511 lv' . ff .. -Lr FRCM SENICRS TO FRESHMEN Without the four classes, Our Curriculum would be useless. The greenest freshman and the mightiest senior are as neces- sary to its existence as the curriculum is to the education of those students. Upon registering in the fall, these classes set the many courses and activities in motion, and when they check out in the spring, the building is abandoned to the main- tenance crews. Thatls why Our Curriculum means Classes. 'aio X X4 4 A -ww-Q-"" 118' HE xouw SENXGRS 1 Richard Adams,--Treasurer, Gwendolyn Hill-Sponsor, Jack Steele-President, Carlton Stowe Vice President, Corrine Burnside-Secretary, J ack Herbertson-Sponsor. The schedule of events for the class of '51 was a busy and colorful one throughout its four years in N.C.H.S. Officers elected in the final yeare were: president, Jack Steele, vice president, Carlton Stowe, secretary, Corrine Burnside, treasurer, Richard Adams. After a rather torturous initiation by the seniors, the students of this class became citizens of our school, and had Sally Shader and Christine Kapeles reign as Queen and Princess respectively at the Coed Ball. An "April Showersw dance given by and for the freshmen proved another of the many outstanding undertakings which this class enjoyed. Looking back a year, you may recall "Three Miles to Nowheref' the Junior Follies, and the Junior Prom, "Moonlit Garden? This year, the class had a dance for seniors and their dates, attended the prom as seniors, and disappeared mysteriously for their Ditch Day. Miss Gwendolyn Hill, and Mr. Jack Herbertson were the sponsors. Although they will not be in the halls of N.C.H.S. next year, these seniors will not be forgotten by their teachers and friends, and will look back, in the future, on the good times they enjoyed here. THESE ARE THE RULERS :arf RONALD ACKERMAN WILMA ADAM RICHARD ADAMS LELAND AEFLECK VDNDA ALEXANDER HESTER ALLEMAND JACKALINE ANDERSON BARBARA ASICH WILLIAM BAcBY MARY Lou BAILEY fv- 3 MARY Lou BAILLIE EMILY BEYER - an GLEN BOCHMANN 4 Af' BARBARA BEMIS MARGARET CHARLENE BISIIER MARVIN BISHOP CAROL BLANSCET BOCHMANN SHIRLEY BAKER LARRY BARNETT NAN BARTON 6 'Y EP 4 ROBERT BOHRER HARMON BORDEAUX MARGUERITE BORLAND LEADERS IN SCHOLARSHIP BETTY BOYLAN ALAN BRADY JEAN BRESSLER GERALD BROOKSIIIRE DONNA BURGESS CORRINE BURNSIDE STANLEY BURTCH FRANCIS CADY JULIA CARLSON ANOELINE CARRERA GORDON VERA CARTER VERLA CARTER DONALD CASEBOLT LEO CHERNICK CHRISTOPHER MILTON COF1-'MAN CARROLL COKENOUR LORENE COLEMAN ROBERT COOPER JAMES CORBETI, KATHLEEN COUOHLIN SADIE MAE CROMWELL JOYCE CROSBY MARGARET CURRIE KATHLEEN DALY Wk? BEVERLY Foss FULL OF FUN, ,,.,-lr ALICE FRASER FLOYD FREEMAN DARREL FRITTS GARY FULLER MEVE ETTE R GLORIA GAVINO DEWARD GERDOM JAMES GIST MARY JO GOBLE GAUGIIRAN BARBARA COULD VALETA GREEN RICHARD GWYNN ROBERTA HAKALO EDITH HALL SUSAN HAMILTON RICHARD HAND MARGARET ANNABEL HANSEN ROBERT HARDISON HANOARTNER 'J'-wr GENE HARLOW FLOYD HARNAGEL FRANCES HARRIS DONNA HARTNETT CORA LEE HASTINGS INCLUDING SPORTS, fn-342' 'nv JEAN HENDERSON BERTHA HILSMAN JERRY HATTON JO ANN HAWKINS GEORGE HEBBERT DARLENE HENNING RONALD HENRY ROBERT HILEMAN JOAN HENDERSON DOROTHY HIRSCHFELD 3 JOHN Hocc PATSY HOLDEN JACQUELINE HOLT DOLORES HOUOHAM LOIS HUSSION JEROME JACKSON FRANKLIN JOHNSTON MALCOLM JOHNSTON I J-rf' I, in I ,f X3 "' CORALIE JURGENS CHARLES KABLER KOSTA KAMBORIS CHRISTINE KAPELES ROBERT HUBBARD PETER JUNGER I x f? C 'iv' 9 I-1 MIXERS AND PROMS. ROBERT KEEGAN PATRICIA KELLIIIER EDWARD KELLY DOUGLAS KINCDON MARY LOU KNI'I'I'LE JERALYN KOSANKE EUGENIA KROII JO ANN KROPP MARLENE KELLER BETTY LANDRETI-I JANET LAMB ALEX LAMPROS CONRAD LAVIN PATRICIA LAVIN JOSEPH LEISEK DONALD LOOMER NANCY LUBNAU DON LUDWIG GEORGIA LENT THOMAS MCATEE DICKSIE MCCLAIN GEORGE MCFARLAND RICHARD MCGREGOR EDWARD MCKINNEY MARVIN MCKINLEY CHANGING LOVE LIFE, S 'han McNA'IT MEIASISFZDS JANET MAEBIUS GWEN MARK JEAN MARSHALL GERALDINE MATOOLE ALAN MICHAEL CLYDE MILLER, JR. DUANE MILLER RICIIIE KAY MAxoN ,- Q U' ,dx CHARLES MITCHELL DARLENE MITCHELL ANN MoRcAN GILBERT MORRIS PATRICIA MosIIER GEORGE MYERS SALLY MATTINCLY JERRY MORRIS JOYCE NEAR MAXINE NIcIcERsoN ! 'C' ,..ar nm 4,,4 ' li .400 nl "'-A 0 f ,ci 9 Q g 1 Bk -. , ,, -12' A ' l 6 x - Q iff: w K ifggii- I' I , IL, :Z sw,-,E MILDRED NILSEN JERRY NOLAND PETER NOVICK EUGENE NOVOTNY AND HOMEWORK ROUTINE BARBARA NOWLEN GARLAND OHNSTAD BEVERLY OLSEN FAWNEA O,NEILL HELEN ORTIZ RICHARD PARKER BEVERLY PAYNE MAX PERKINS EARL PERRY RUTH ANNE PERRY JOAN PETERSON NORMA PETERSON PATRICK PIIELAN IDA PHILLIPS EDWARD PICKETT HERMAN PIERCE JEAN PILANT JEWELL PITTS WILMAR PITTS JOLENE PONTON WE 'G J-K' 'K CHARLOTTE PORTER DORIS PORTER EVELYN PORTER ELLEN PRIOR JOHN PRUGI-I ARMED WITH DIPLOMAS, Aww MARILYN Pucu MARY LOU PIPER NANCY RADER JAMES RACER YVONNE RIPPON RONALD ROGERS METTA ROUSSALIS CHARLES ROWLAND JACKLYN RICE LUCILLE RANDALL ,ff TOM SCHWARTZ SALLY SHADER WILLIAM SCHRANTZ SHIRLEY SCI-IWARZ THOMAS SCHWARBERG WILLIAM SCOTT CHERIE SCOWN MARCUERITE SEELAUS PATRICIA SING DORENE SKINNER ROBERT SLACK MARIETTA SMITH 5 J AMES SCOTT MARIAN SHRAIJER 3 AML A5 ai THEY LOOK FORWARD Rwv' MARGARET SOLHEIM RICHARD SORENSON JOHN STEELE, J R. CHARLEEN STORY Ik hx ,,, 5 -V . ,if wi If RICHARD SPEESE FRANK STORY ROBERT STARR GEORGE STRUCK 1-""" ,ao- 'SOR ,av gg, EUGENE SULLIVAN LUCILLE TEMPLE AA A AWGA 4 D an GERALD SULLIVAN LAVERNE THOMAS BARBARA SWEET KATHRYAN TAYLOR JOHN TEETER VICTOR TOMLIN DAN TURNER LOLA UNANGST EW is. ELMER UNDERWOOD HARRY VENABLE RITA VODEHNAL MARTHA WATT CAROL WEHRLI TO FUTURE CAREERS va JOSEPH WELLS DARRELL WHITMAN MELVIN WILLIAMS EILEEN WINGERT ESTHER WONDERLY CHARLES WOODIN JERRY YAAP MYRA YLITALO PAT JACKSON SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR IN THIS ANNUAL EUGENE T. BANDERMAN WILLIAM L. BOYER JAMES R. BROCK THOMAS D. DAvIs PATRICIA M. MCCOY CLYDE D. PATTON ROBERT D. PIERCE WALLACE W. STAMPER WESLEY C. WIMBER my 55 A DO You REMEMBER ,lim Edgeington, Bob Hileman, Chuck Kabler, and teacher Larry Barnett instruct frosh girls in the dainty art of pie eating as seniors take over the Little Red Schoolhouse. w :D , . nl. Silhouette from the Moonlit Garden of our Junior Prom. llfllllilfll SHOP Jack Steele, Earl Perry, Dick and, rt Davldson, Ed Pickett, and Floyd Harnagle as the scared Scare-Crows. LION. Darla Kusel charms hard-to-get Chuck Roland while Larry Barnett howls. H A ' Dewey Cerdom and Earl Perry watch and learn. 1, N-,cf N wif X xxx 1 l hx QQX. Pennies From Heaven at the Football Ball. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First row: Martinelle Eggert, Cora Lee Hastings, Alice DuBois, Margie Clare, jo Lea Sprecher, Nancy Rader, Joan Henderson, Barbara McFall. Second row: Vonda Alexander, Ruth Perry, Marilyn Pugh, ,Iu Lea Carlson, Geraldine Matoole, Gene Kroh, Rena Ellis, Shirley Pinney, Janet Lamb, Donna Burgess, Mary Jo Goble. Third row: Sally Johnson, Peter Junger, Sharon Evans, Ross Beyer, Margaret Hangartner, Clifford Bundy, .lean Fisher, Don Culver, Barbara Sweet, Don Ludwig, Eve Everett. Harry Venablc, John Young, Allen Brady, ,lean Henderson. are NNHONAL Scholastic ability is a distinguishing characteristic which the members of the Orange and Black chapter of the National Honor Society possess. Only the upper five I percent of juniors and the upper fifteen percent of seniors are chosen to this organization. After electing officers and initiating the new members, the club has a spring picnic. Miss Dollie Hagan is sponsor, and the officers for this year were: president, Margaret Hangartnerg vice president, Martinelle Eggertg and secretary-treas- IIS .x xxmxxxxx XXXXXN S I Non socss y N ff iz! B if 1 :ln "" , I E- ff fl urer Don Ludwig. OMF it E N4 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE The arts of expressive speech and literary composition are two of the principal accomplishments which the de- baters strive to attain under the competent and skilled guidance of Miss Frances Feris. These students travel to state and regional contests to compete for honors, both for themselves and for N.C.H.S. Jim Corbett has been president of the N.F.L. this year, and Kay Quinn secretary-treasurer. .JL ll Kglllllllllllllllllbl 0 0 S 'Q c 0 Q' 'XS t A 5 1 lflllllffllli is First row: Shirley Johnson, Darla Dusel, Rachel Yapp, Janet Maebius, Alice DuBois, Mary Lynn Shreffler, Kay Stalcup, Kay Quinn. Second row: Sally Johnson, John Murane, Alan Brady, Robert Deffeys, Bruce Lynch, Peter Junger Third row: John Young, Ronnie Stearns, Chuck Bender, LeRoy Ellison, Bill Everett, Tom Kidd Charles Watson. Jim Corbett .--.-.-. The N.C.H.S. National Forensic League was presented the 1949 award for the Leading Chapter in the Rocky Mountain area by Mr. Bruno E. Jacob, national secretary of the league, at an assembly attended by many alumni of the Casper chapter. The alumni included: Betty Nichols, Betty Keefe, Charles Ayres, Rita Ann Schultz, Vir- ginia Edwards, Edna Kukura, Madolyn Cer- vantes: lstandingl Sarah Minihan. Mary Eliz- abeth Smith, James Forsling, Lucia Offena bacher, Harold Bates, Walter Hurley, Muriel Kosanke McNecly, Virginia Sullivan. Mary Beth Bush, and Nick Kamboris. John Young and the speaker, Mr. Jacob. The members of the N.F.L. are on the left. 15-""' Miss Feris, with the Leading Chapter award. ,ani Mr. Jacob and David Foote, honorary member of the Casper chapter, at the coffee hour which was held for the alumni by the debaters. is 1,05 fs-Q NATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL we - -qt ai a First row: Pat Kelliher, Susan Nichols, Ruth Anne Perry, Doris Tucker, Carla Walker, Joanna Rand. Second row: Geraldine Matoole, Barbara Nowlen, Sadie Cromwell, Margurite Seelaus, Sharon Evans, Jim Corbett, Marvin McKinley, Robin Peckham. Meeting the deadline for the school paper, the Cusher, is often a difficult task, but members of the Quill and Scroll are noted for their dependability and journalistic achievements. Students ranking in the upper third of their class in scholarship, and those having one hundred inches in print are chosen to this international hon- orary society for high school writers. Officers are: presi- dent, Ruth Anne Perryg vice president, Joanna Rand, secretary, Susan Nichols, and treasurer, Peter Junger. Miss Ruth Pettigrew is sponsor of this organization. fs X 'Q if S my gf:-S' 55:5 :Sr ,gk ,C-' . ,,. Q?-0 41- - ,-3. 4" .Q - fi. W .efof ,a, x 594: '44 NATIONAL THESPIANS First row: Kay Stalcup, Margaret Hangartner, Janet Maebius, Anna Drew lkard, Cora Lee jurjens. Second row: Alan Brady, Bill Swan, Marvin Bishop, Alan Michael, Frank Johnston, Bob Keegan. The National Thespian Society represents a group of hard-working students who have achieved membership by their participation and active interest in the field of dramatics. Miss Anna Tisdale trained and directed her proteges this year in the all-school play entitled Mr. and Mrs. North. Bob Keegan was president of the S - organization this year. Margaret Hangartner was secre- X of-X tary and Frank Johnston treasurer. QSQWS X XFX Q For 0 Z W X Q , ' .5 ff -X Z 1 X i S X N S BEHIND THE SCENES OF H975 dew' 'V ' hstemn 1n 6cMr and Mrs North" Mr. Norrh EEEE,E Allen Brady Mrs, Ngrfh 7 ,Y7, Anna Drew Ikard Lieutenant Weigant Blll Swan Detective Mullins Ed KellV Buono , ,,,,,, ,,,,, , .. lane Wilson ,, Ben Wilson Glen Erlwards Louis Berix ,, Clair Brent ,,,,, ,,,,,,, Stanley Brent , Medical Examiner Fuller Brushrnan, . Inspector 0'Malley Cooper , W Mrs. Brooks ,,ee ,, Mr. Brooks ,,,,,,,, ,, Postman 7, , Found One dead body ln a dark closet ,..v" ,fw,,-1 if 'U I '! f 9315 v u -far -is ..?,, 'J-0 'nn .. apr' U 'il' X 0 1 av-.-A yy 1 . , wg ,,.. virwf 1-an fp- 1. S 'Y qu g.. - ll 3 r -x au- ri1'Jl4?7114s JU IDRS THESE ARE THE JLNORS da!-,ViC8 - Bob Se emauve- -TfeaSl1l'eY, thfRep1'ES . ,-ScCfe'arY - Arm Smy .dent SallY Kf5ngii:n'RePreSef'lauve' D. k Hartwettgprigor ilatherine C2 ic - , po 1 Faris Fl-anCC5 Und er the leadership of Miss Frances Feris, and student director Jo Lea Sprecher, the annual Junior Follies was a huge success, as any junior will tell you. uOn The Beat With Kellyn was the title, with talented Bob Peterson playing the role of Kelly. The follies was presented on October 30 and 31, and every member of the junior class contributed to the teamwork which made it such an enjoyable follies. With proceeds obtained from their production, the class entertained the seniors at a gala Junior Prom in the early spring. Their numerous activities have united the juniors into a class which will indeed be the mighty seniors next year. President ALL GROWN UP , -1-jx ,X , fi if First row: Clifford Bundy, Barbara Atwood, Cr-orge Ann Brannan, Carol Ann Blanford, Cathvrine- Bc-gloy, Judith Bishop, llorothvy Mm, Patsy Anderson, Ray Brooke-. Second row: Peers Brewer, Jack Anderson, Bob Brady, Duko Briscoe-, lrwing Bachvllvr. Low Brad- shaw, Vvrno Bradbury, l.aurm-nov Br:-we-r, Alan Alffxandr-r. Third row: Ross Br-yer, Don Acks-rman, Ben Baker, Ralph Burger, ,lark All:-n, Tom Burridge-, Wayne' Bundy, yA First row: Elf-anor Boson, Shannon Barker, ,Ianico B1-ach, AI1Ilf?ll8 Curr:-nco, ,lo Coop:-r, Phyllis Clark, Ludy Coalson, Pat Carr, Anno Casviato. Socond row: Bob Dawson, Lynn Colo, Barbara Bt-rtz, Mary Blatt, Natalie BVIIIZQJII, Margie- Clare: Virginia Christophe-r, Wyoma Clapp, Goldie- Clark, Donald Donnian. i Third row: Cary Bullington, Horam- Congor, Don Culver, lion Che-rnivk, Tom Clommons, Bill lloynv. ,loss Crabtre-1-, Ilan llohe-rly. VI fwx Alf X A REALM OF GAIETY First row: Nancy Davis. Glennata Donaldson, Reita Donohue, Mary Frances Dobbins, Nancy Epper- heimer. La Vonne Ferris, Glenda Gering, Beverly Gorman, Donna Doyle. Second row: Marian Golay, Chuck Ehinger, ,loanne Edwards, Eve Everett, Lois Goodman, Bob Doll, Jack Daly, Bonnie Downs. Third row: Kenny Esterline, Bob Elliott. Bill Ford, Bill Duncan, George Golay, Stan De Vore, Dick Devitt, Louie Dunn. 'A Cl 55 l-'irst row: .lane Goodrich. Polly Green. Barbara Hunt. Madeline Hogg, Lynne Harder, Sandy Hershey. Alf-a llt'I11lTlI1Ill.,lt'iFlt' Harris. -Xrdis Hand. Second row: ,Io ,-lun Hicks, Alice Henderson. Dick Hartwell. Larry Holmes, Paul Helvbart, Robert Hamilton, Harvey Hunt. Martha Hays. Third row: Harxard Heaton. Wayne Guber, Carl Gustafson, Don Graham, Milton Ground, Marcus Hitchcock. Dwayne Harrison. Mervyn Howell. Evervtt Holcomb. SATLlRDAY'S DATES ,f" First row: Anita jolly, Sally johnson, Freda Hutchinson, Lillian Killham, Sally Kingham, Kay Krajicf-k. M1-rna ,la-pson, llillic- Jackson, Alice- King. Sc-cond row: Van Hicks. Warren ,lackn1an, Ray Jones, John Jourgensen, Tommy Kidd, ,loan Hvrsh, Charlotte' Koi-nig, Margaret Hampton. Third row: llolr Howard, llill King, lluanr- Houghani, Ira Harhargn-r, Mark Knitllv, H4-rh Johnston. Tom Korman, Gvorgv King. First row: lie-ttv jo Laffvy, llarlvne Leslie, Jacquelinv Lloyd, ,lean Mathis, Pat Mcllonald, Barbara Mclfall, Barbara Je-an Mcllroy, liarhara Mundcll, Willa Murphy, Anahc-ll Lott. Sl'C0l'l4l row: jerry Lang, ,lixnmy Lott, Anastasios Loutas, llruvf' Lynch, Charlvs Montgomery, Bill Ladd, llick Mercer, Hr-nry Mascarf-nas. Third row: ,lanios Laatsch, W'avne- Le-slwr, Harold Morgan, Bert Mcllowt-ll. Ke-nnvth Mille-r. ' s dl FADS AND FASHIGNS First row: Ruth Ann McHenry, Shirley McDaniel, Norene Marsh. Beverly McMillen, Harriett Monk. Janitw- Niles. Jeanne Northrup, Susan Nichols, June Olhert. Second row: Rieliard McAllister. Shirley Finney. Anne Phillips. Pllillis Plasters, Barbara Payne. Byron Myers. Mavis Raniage, Johnny Pino. Joe Pavelka. 'l'l1ird row: liurnayse Neff. Roll Peterson. Lloyd Macy, Michael Moulden. Robin Peckham. Cary Propp. Ned Peterson, Uwigltt Polen. lfirst row: Jeannette Spawn, Jean Stoln-r, Pat Rager. Joanna Rand, Norma Rader, Uorothey Raines, l.aure-lla Simpson. Rt-tty Sanders, Maxine Shipman. Sf-vond row: lioln Ravert. Louie Roussalis. Delores Seott, Jo Lea Sprecher. Joyce Sherry. Ann Smyth. llorothey Sullivan. Ruth Seidlmavh, liill Stanton. Third row: Jinnny Rogers. Harold Rohy. James Saxton. lvan Stewart. Bob Sedar, Roh Spalding. John Sullixan. BIGGEST AND BEST PRCM First row: Frances Strenth, Ramona Stock, Dixie Stoner, Virginia Say, Linda Sing, Jerry Sellers. Bonnie Stoffel. Elizabeth Scott. Pricilla Trujillo. Second row: Carolynn Smith, Frances Selby. Beverly Shaull, Doris Tueker. Sara Lee Scott, joan Trimble. Shirley Anne Smith. Joan Townssnd, Shirle Travis. Third row: Jack Thomas. Ronald Stearns. Benton Stephenson. Warren Tuel-ter, Holi:-rt Smith. Hobby Stepp. Cene Strasheim. lra Taylor, Richard Taylor. First row: Roma Weaver, Alice Wentz. Dolores Vroman, Frances Vroman, Joyce llmlerwootl. Samlra Thomas, Rosemary VVils0n, Franees VVheeler, Frances Wileox. Second row: Peggy Wilson, Jimmy Woonl. Danny White. joe Wood, l-larry Vitto, Karla Walden Third row: W'illiam White. liayartl Wfilson. Roy Witt. Gilbert Vigil. .lohn Noting. llowurml Yun! james Wilcox. Vanita Wilson. 4 3 guess U, Dance. Ballerina, Dance- ,lo Lea Sprecher NDX W5 209 Q1 The Rockettes of the Line Dance Sally Johnson and Margie Clare in their Bit of Blarney Bouncing Clowns-Joan Trimble, Ann Smyth, Laurella Simpson, Jo Cooper, and Mary Frances Dobbins. l Kelly's Country Cousins--Glenda Cering, Kay Krajicelc, Mary Frances Dobbins, and Bob Peterson. S , ,:e,w- , fw 3 ,,- iw, MQ K Q Rf . , - .. 1 4 , Y f -, 1 if V m'?""Q?1?, 'Sv X , S7 7.47, gi, Af X " , , " 45- . .1 A fx V J- . f K Q . ' gf k f ' X jp r 'mi x ,4 ' 1 'fy 5' . X ' K ' 3-mf A -V Y FW , 1 .1 1 ' iufvf ' R 5 Q- ,A x . , J 4 . M , ,,, .ff .. . M 5, . 5 . ., 716: K F f A .- ' 4, , , -,, V---,M I . im ,, W, - .. ' A M 2 w ,,wXk , ' ' J ,- V adam Wx .Q W s THESE ARE me SOPHCMURES - Kent ,.,Pres1deni, D911 Stan' .Treasuren , - h.,Secretal'Y 'le -Representative, Jamce Fmc I6l,i:iisienE:ixlVice Presideni- The sophomores are determined to end the traditionally "dead,' year which they are supposed to endure in high school, and this yearls class is no exception. Their dance was among the best of the year, and wherever there are students excelling in any activity, there you would find sophomores. With the leadership of class ff' Starr, Kent Christensen, Lynne Baile , d ' ' forward t o lcers Don y an Janice Finch, the sophomores can look o an eventful year as juniors. MINDING P'S and Q'S First row, Sharon Bordvaux, France-S Atkins, Connie' Allwe, Marilyn Ackvrinan, Marcia Ale-xamlvr, Dixiv Adamson, Dolorvs liissacra, Bvlty ,lo Buttvrs. livnnc llailf-y. Dolorvs Buchlvr. lh-tty lllaka-ly. Svcorrd row: Charlvy llakvr. Ronald Al1llQ'I'SOIl. Carolinv llutlvr. Carlvnv llurnap. loan Ball. Marilyn Blanford, Gaye' llaughman. Charle-s lie-nd:-r, Holm Bradshaw. Third row: Marvin Brow, Stott Hvrtarrgoli-, Bill Baker, Jim Hake-r, Tommy lla-vlm-I, Fram-io Hara 1-lla, Bill lirannan, Bruce liailcy, Divk Adamson, Tom Burley. I First row: Eloida Cordova. ,Ivan Condvlario, Patty Clinkc-ribs-ard. Bvatricv Carson, Mary joan llryan, N Kallllvvn liryan. Eilron liarton. Shirley Loo Cronvn. Ann Carlson. Donna Culvvr, ,Ioan Cartvr. D l S4-cond row: Kvnt Christensen, Cm-orgv C ark, Dvan Case-holl, javk Canfield, Germ- Cowgar, Carl Christiansen, Bill Christopher, ,lim Chapin. Third row: Bill Chavnc-y, Pat Clark, ,lack Carter, Gerald Clark, Bill Cooper, Glf-n Cashel. Rohr-rt Conl0Y. .lvnv Bell, Laurence' Browning, Boll Brvsslflr, Erlv Barto. fS-4 Xml - A 9 4 4 First row: Beulah Davis, Lucille Davis, Shirley Day, Maribel Caquelin, Lorraine Cook, Jean Cad- well, Wilma Erickson, Janet Eklund, Ellen Evans, Ruth Edwards, Frances Easter. Second row: Robert Fischer, Dee Edwards, Mary Ellen Echols, Sally Flavin, Pat Davidson, Shirley Fisher, Doris Fullinwider, Janice Finch, Patsy Fleming, Prudence Edwards, Russ Edwards. Third row: Kenny Dawson, Robert Deffeyes, Don Darnall, Jack Donohoe, Ron Doscher, Ralph Culver, Don Ferguson, James Ellis, George Cadwell, Frank Easter, William Edgerton. CH i 4, - Q. A First row: Peggy Hodge, Anna Drew lkard, Martha Hicks, Ann Hoke, Marlyss Gaughran, Margaret Gnau, Florinf' Gibson, Laurine Jurjens, Betty Haltom, Helen Harris, Alma Jean Hutchison. Second row: Robert Cvraybeal, Charles Firnekas, Jo Ann Cardenhire, Connie Jones, Delma HPIIIA bree, Kathryn Hornecker, Juanita Harlow, Patsy Henning, Sally Gilardi, Ray Julian, John Har- lmaugh. Third row: Joe Hampton, Bill Gifford, James Golay, Duane Fronk, John Hutchison, Melvin Hed- strom, John Havill, Paul Johnson, Dale Humberson, Clyde Huber, Barry Horn. SHY LITTLE VIOLETS INDEED fix First row: Mary Ann Kind, Caynvll Logan, Barbara Ke-rmison, Trully Morton, Abby Martyr, lVlaurf'r'n McCarthy, Mary Hester Murphy. Barbara Kukura. Elizabeth Johns, Doris Kalmle-nln-rg. Erla Kvlly, llc-rw Mc'Maine-. Fm-on4l row: Sammy Justice-, Pat Loggy. Julau Lloyd, Shirlvy Johnson, Dorotlu-y Kos-rlwr, Ruth Muilrow, Marilyn Johnson, Dolly Koran, Alta Mar- Lowry, Orsinia Karantzas, HQ-rnarml Gavino. Third row: Hob Javkson, Joe- Kasper, Ce-orgv Kobe-l, Stanley Mare-an, llumlmly Lois:-k, L0 Roy Laniln, Stvvc- Knittlf-, Tom Lockhart, Scott Ke-y, jim Gomez. aflfw F First row: Shirle-y Matzlw, ,Iuanita Mrflovnvy, Elaine' Marklanml, Mary Masvare-nas, 'llf-rf-sa Mar- Iillvl. .loannr Mag:-v, Marcia Mvfloy. Chr-rry lVlf'CHfZllT1'll. llorotliy Ne-ff, Ellvn Noonan, Ruth N1-1-ly, S1-rontl row: Marvin Martin. ROIlIIlf' Nunn, Gay Nations, Bob Nvlson, Tliurvl Novotny, Carl Now- man. llon Ollie-ise-r, Vlfilliam Omstrafl, Rolwrt Manning. 'llhiral row: Jim M4-arlor, Sill Morrison, Larry Monk, Conv Moore-, ,Ie-rry Mcllowvll, ,lolin Muram-, Patrivk Murphy. llvrnarel yl1't"lU'Ill, Alu' Millvr. Jvrry M4-rantla. SQ BOTH STUDIES AND STEADIES First row: Joan Parker, Jerry Lee Plummer, Geneva Phillips, Shirley Rodgers, Anna Phillips, Dorothey Rohertson, Betty Riley, Kay Quinn, Mary ,Io Poirier, Mary Ann Robertson, Edna Ortiz, Edith Nilsen, Second row: Kurt ivifiglt, Jim Rhoades, Dean Ryder, Kenneth Polsley, lack Radden, Dick Rissler Larry Phillips, Genaro Rivera, Will Ramsour, ,lack Ridgeway. Third row: Dick Pittman, Robert Potter, Raymond Putra, Bernard Rush, Donovan Ryan, Varion Ponton, Ray Pierce, Harold Pope, Orson Poner, John Pappas. 4 lt A 2 First row: Ann Smith, Wynoma Stewart, Kay Spencer, Jean Shilaos, Harriette Sternberg, Mary Scott, Mary Lynn Shreffler, Sharon Stanton, Juanita Smith, Kay Stalcup, Janet Streeter, Shirley Sehwabrow. Second row: Gloria Simmons, Melvin Starr, Forrest Skettelwerg, Bill Stricker, Third row: ,lerry Stoneking, Tommie son, Douglas Snyder, Hill Swan. Ervin Shaw, Tom Seaheck. Marvin Satterfield, Ted Sanders, Don Robert Stirrett. Simpson, Harold Smith, George Sullivan, Leonard Sheppere Smith. Frank Sweeney. FUTURE BIG WHEELS First row: Rosie Trujillo, Patty Treece, Shirley Teeter, Jennelle Tipton, Shirley Thomas. Myrtle Trulove, Charlotte Thorne, Darlene Wilcox, Georgia Unangst, Barbara Ulmer, Laura Wright, Juanita Wells. Second row: Dorothy Whitehorn, Dorothey Woodin, Pat Williamson, Joe White, Tom Wh:-alley, Lester Wilson, Jim Wagner, Robert Yeamans, Bill Stewart, Leo Sanchez. Third row: Richard Trujillo, Jackie Ullom, Chris Vilos, Delwin Weeks, A. Updegraff, Charles Watson, Mike Wood, Bob Walden, Bion Wyman, Jim Whitman. In Memory Of JANET EKLUND Class of 1953 Who Died November 28, 1950 ,-i-'f' A QJTOQRAPHS 56 dun-fwfif' 15 l. --.-pr AD: ,M,,... John Hi'C?1c0c"'iiLHi. ,,5pons0T, fvlce PreSl lfcfathlein Illbilgentative, Pa' Smyth 01106 " When the freshmen entered the halls of N.C.H.S. last September, their awkwardness and curiosity regarding school regulations and activities marked them immediately as new members of the student body. With the following as class officers: president, John Hitchcockg vice president, Pat Smythg representative, Pat Connellg and secretary- treasurer, Joan Englishg and with the help and guidance of the school administration and upperclassmen, these neophytes have now become welcome and loyal citizens of the school. Highlights of their year with Miss Kathleen Hemry as sponsor included the Coed Ball at which Terry Teagarden reigned as Queen and Arlene Croco as Prin- cess and also the senior-freshman assembly in which the initiates were wrangled into a kangaroo court. The members of this class will be happy to return as sophomores of N.C.H.S. so that they too, can feel superior to next year's freshman class. First row: Pryde Brien, Shari Askman, Kay Atwood, Roberta Albee, Betty ,lean Alexander. Alice Anrlerson, Connie Alberts, Delores Barella, Kay Brown, Betty Bissell, Billie June Blakely, Donna Bisher. Sec-ond row: John Ala, Woodrow Bertz, Robert Alm, Raymond Allemand, Dick Agenstine, ,loan Boltz, Dean Barnum, Robert Baker, Ralph Barton, Larry Bakken, Charles Bennett, Shirley Bechtol. Third row: Dean Banks, James Burridge, Philip Bramson, Collene Byer, Lynne Bennett, Jack Bur- gess, Pat Bisiar, Margaret Begley, Donna Lou Becker, Daisy Bryan, Bob Barnes. First row: Dolores Coleman, Carol ,lean Wlilson, Majorie Deimer, Beverly Butler, Marjie-,Io Brown. Arlene Croco. Jo Ann Dvoracek, Ella Cook, Marsha Davis, Sally Cooper, Selma Cromwell, Gloria Dunlnar. Sharon Diekensheets, Peggy Doll, Wanda Rahm. Second row: Cary Cooper, Victor Cox, Jordie Ackert, Shirley Chumley, Pat Connell, Ardyce Chris- tiansen, Ethel Dole, Mora Christopher, Catherine Ann McLennan, Marylin Duffy, Roberta Dom- salla. Berniee Van Brnnt, Berniee Carr. Lenora Case-holt, Marvin Carter. Third row: Merle Banks, Jerry Cody, Lewis Christensen, Ronald Shackelford, Bruce Byers, Leon Corpuz, George Fuson. John Curry, Glenn Brooks, Bob Nicholas, Lee Coffman, Donald Beard, Verne Becker, Curtis Craig, Sam Crimes. S, LEARNING THE RGPES vi 18 SZ., to First row: Donna Dillman, Lynne Dvorak, Donna Dempsey, Joan English, Jeannette Everett, Jean Ellis. Barbara Edstrom. Mary Ellen Edleman, Mary Elfering. Shirley Farlee. Sallie Force, Marjorie Fields, Second row: Barbara Grishaber, John Gibson, Dick Gardner, Jeannette Griffin, Jim Fox, Willard Damours. Walter Dean, Josie Gonzales, Mary lone Green, Earleen Fullinwider, Hugh Duncan. Third row: Bill Doran, LeRoy Ellison, Perry Edgeington, Ted Epling, David Evans, Bill Everett, Jack Dalton, Ronny Estes, Jerry Goodnight, David Donaldson, lvan Evans, Sam Grimes, Neal Forster. CA ,s sf P 'S+ 39 : I Q e J 1' e .ry E f a tt ,.., ' 4 . ' J 333 sa ,. it First row: Donna Gowin, Christine Grogan, Nancy Goodman, Connie Hartnett, Wanda Haggerty, Karen Hale. Elizabeth Heath. Nora Rose Hoffman, Jolene Hack. Marlene Hermes. Eileen Harris. Juanita Herzeelle. Second row: Jim Gernert, Tinka Hardison. Marilyn Huhley, Virginia Harris, Bernice Hoke, Jean Hansen. Helena Haeker. Carol Hamill, Beverly Hays, Frances Howell, Aubrey Hammond, Tom Gutz. Third row: Ernie Gray, Dix Goodman, John Hitchcock, John Hilde. Harvey Humberson, Gary Henry. Pat Hand. Jim Grisson. Jay Holder. Frank Holcher. 6 9-fd "?9f1'f 3 A r' if First row: Darla Kusel, Barbara Kidd, Jeanette Kunkle, Barbara Jung, lrenc' Kunkel, Virginia Kearns, Marilyn Ludwig. Katherine Lochnffr, Elaine Langent, Jackie Link, Audrz-y Lattimf-r. St-cond row: T4-d Lux, Dick Lilzinger, Jerry Hvss, Bob Hinos, John Hoe-nshi-ll. lloh Haninions, Ke-nnvth Hammon. Richard Lockhart, l.arry Kukura, KPHHPlil Kvnt, Tod Kapvlcs, William Hvagnvy. 'lihird row: Howard Hein, Kon! Lvshcr, ,lorry Kvlly, Bert Latta, Taft Harris, Allwrl Haltoln, llill Hawks, Raymond Johnson, liornard Lensnif-ye-r, Me-rlv Ke-nm-dy, W1-ndi-ll l.f-flvr, Johnny Koran. is First row: ,Ie-an Mclntosh. Arliss Main-r, Joan Nlillvr, Judith Lakv, Dane-y lVlitf'h1-ll. Wilma Mat- tingly. Jam-I l.owr-. Mary Magf-ex Sur- Nlrffaglirc-n. Collvr-n l,amourv-ux, l,aVonnv Mvfilvllan, Rav Martinvz. Sf-voml row: johnny McRvyi1olds. Cornvlia Mae-hius. Marilyn Marsh. Marle-nv Mow:-r, llarlmara lVlf'Clintm'k. ,lvaiwttv Morton, Jam-llv Marlatt, Joannv lh1f'Pil1'l'SOll, l,uc'y Martins-Z, lioisannv Mvadz-. I.:-wi, lNlr'Nlal1an. Third row: Jimmy Mags-cz llivk Mudrow, Hohvrt l,f-wallf-n. Williard Mulle-n. Ke-ith lmmke-. Paul Morgan, lie-rt Nlc'l7arland, Thad Mitvlu-ll. Tommy lVliln4-, Rudy Maguiri-, Edward Mavy. Thoinas Manning. gi 'Saw f I 540 STILL A LITTLE GREEN H First row: Rosalie Pope, Marie Piper, Barbara Martyr, Voissey Jo Marsh, Barbara Orr, Lois Neese, Roberta Neely, Ellen Newport, Olive Pierce, Nancy Pekula, Lynne Pirie, Twila Peterson. Second row: Arlene Quealy, Nancy Quinhn, Jerry Quinlan, Neill Mayfield, John Parker, Gene Prugh, Bob Pasco, Lillie Parks, Nancy Peterson, Emma Lynn Ponton. Third row: Tom Patton, Keith Perry, Murray Palmer, Paul James, Dale Overstreet, Jerry Nash, Eugene Prochaska, Gale Peterson, Benlee Pentecost, Jackson Oler. First row: Barbara Rogers, Shirley Roney, June Richardson, Maxine Roussalis, Shirley Russell, Marilyn Rich, Donna Rissler. Virginia Lee Reina, Loranell Raines, Margaret Schimpf, Marilyn Strasheim. Second row: Rarliavra Rickey, Betsy Steinman, Merrill Selby, Jerry Sanders, Don Shira, Bob Shep- pard, Keith Sorensen, Otlio Sanford, John Sloan, Derald Riley, Ann Steele, Marilyn Ritzman. Third row: William Robinson, Dean Sutphin, Bob Stober, Nathan Reynolds, Jerry Sivertsen, David Reynolds. Delmar Steinle, Jack Rowland, Charles Raines, Keith Spencer, Del Richards, David Sturdevant. FRESHMAN CLASS First row: Josephine Trujillo, Terry Tf-garden, Joan Shaffer, Elnora Shaffer, Darlene Scott, Marilyn Sternherg, Rosemary Stepp, Dorothy Sundem, Mary Shafenberg. Mary Esther Schoolcraft, Shirley Schilling, Margaret Spaulding. Second row: Stanley Spawn, Anita Sherman, Lynn Van Winkle, Carl Thorne, Ruth Twidale, Ronald Ury, Ann Taylor, Jerry Schlager, Tom Swanson, Norman lldewitz, Wesley Taylor. Third row: ifloy Trujuillo, Don Shupe, Dolf Scholz, David Vincent, Glen Underwood. Dugan Simmons, Lee Taylor, Bob Studer, Pat Smyth, Duane Siebken, Don Thompson, Ronald Townsend, Darryl Taylor. ,, g t PII' t row: De-be ,Io Wilson, Patricia Wilcox, Nancy Winfrey, Janice Williams, lie-tty Weisenlierger, Darlene Wentz, Rosalie Werner, Neta Watson, Gladys Weckwerth, Sally Williams. Dixie Watson. - Second row: Alice West, Iris Whiting, Ernest Wolf, William Woods, Rachel Yaap, Janet Waggener, Tom Wood, Tom Wenzinger, Ann West, Mary Kathleen Wirch. Third row: John Wilson, Elmer Waltsey, Harold Wolfe, Robert Williams, Cary Wynand, Kenneth Wilson, Jim Wilcox. Delmar Wyatt. Q 60 Q 0 fwp ww FROSH FUN Tea time for Rosemary Stepp, Donna Becker, Dar- Sally Johnson, Miss Nell Pate, and lg2f0rE5cEgleRZI:0tll?lmA6Vngt Barbara Mcclintock' Shari Askman-Co-eds at the ball. , ' The good-time Co-eds-La Vonne McClellan, Mary From the sentimental to the jazz via Cornelia Mae- Jo Goble, Esther Wonderly, and Rachel Yapp. bius, Pat Holden, Dolores Coleman, and Sharon Evans. 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ORGANIZATION SPCNSORS W Dan Deti, Spanish Clubg Anna Sue Tisedale, Thespiansg Lois Miller, Future Nursesg Ruby McBride, Latin Clubg Gwendolyn Hill, Mustang Staff, Radio Guild. R W. Margie Wilhelm, Pep Clubg Bunny Jackson, Pep Clubg Verda James, Future Teachersg Mary Gaber, Palsg Peggy Tobin, Big Sisters. D A M C E rancis Feris, Forensic, Mustang Staffg Dollie Hagan, Honor Societyg Nelle I TONtGl-IT fffw .W w'f,"!5S0Av' ...M-I 1 ' WWW .ww J" 68 ETHEL LINDSEY, B.A., University of Nebraska, M.A., University of Wyomingg KATHLEEN HEMRY, B.A. and M.A., University of Wyomingg RUTH PETTIGREW, B.A., University of Colorado, M.A., University of Chicagog MARJORIE WIL- HELM, BS., University of Minnesota. . .,,,,- Wu -if GWENDOLYN HILL, B.A., University of Colo- radog ANNA SUE TISDALE, B.A., New Mexico A.8zM.g MR. NIMSQ CLARA FRANCES GAD- BERY, B.A. and M.A., University of Wyoming. jf ffewff' FRANCES FERIS OZII ,Q,bV W WJ, Head of the English Departmennyfo If L0 B.A., University of Wyoming ll . M M.A., University of Iowa WWW f .A N iggw VERDA JAMES B.A., University of Iowa F' M FROM MINDS TO PAPER AND WORDS E A 4' ltis a heated dehate with Tom Kidd as chairman. Lieutenant Howard Dickson of the highway patrol speaks. Orr looks over frosh grammar. I Barbara puzzled Arthur Davidson and Glen Bochmann Sara Scott gives with the morning an- in "Romeo and fulielf' nouncements. fl 2,64 - 0 ,tfil Tom Davis, Cora Lee Jurjens, Marvin McKinley, Sue Nichols. Ruth Perry, and Q 753 l:.d1th Hall look mer the product for errors and such. 0 O U 69 GUSHER STAFF Never a dull moment and always with a "nose for news" describes the members of the hard-working Gusher staff. This organization is composed of the editorial and advertising staffs, and also others students interested in journalistic work. The Slusher, issued on April Fool's day proves popular reading for the student body, and allows the staff to exercise the right of making as many mistakes as possible in the make-up of the paper, and to use their imaginations to the utmost. Miss Ruth Pettigrew, sponsor, has done much to further the success of the N.C.H.S. newspaper. D First row: Joan Townsend, Kay Krajicek, Sondra Hershey Joanna Rand Doris Tucker Sally Shader, Pat Kelliher. Second row: Lynne Harder, Marguerite Seelaus, Ruth Anne Perry Metta Roussalxs Natalie Bentzen, Eleanor Boson, Sharon Evans, Pat Mosher, Glenda Cerlng Karla Walker Third row: Cora Lee Jurjens, Geraldine Matoole, Robin Peckham Mickey Mouldm Wayne Cooper, Gerald Brookshire, Peter Junger, Barbara Nowlen Joyce Sherry ENGLISH CLUB One of the highest ranking organizations in N.C.H.S., the English Club is well known for the variety of entertainment offered to its members. Under the able guidance of sponsor Miss Ethel Lindsey and president Gerry Brookshire, students gather in the pleasant atmosphere of their homes for reviews of the latest hooks, and discussions of current authors. Vice- president is Peter Junger, and Sally Johnson acts as the secre- tary, while Jo Lea Sprecher is in charge of finances. Steak-fries and pot-luck dinners add a touch of gaiety to the literary activi- Z ties of these students. AU" First row: Carol Wehrli, Rena Ellis, Norma Rader, Eve Everett, Beverly Shaull, Susan Nichols. Second row: Nan Barton, Margie Clare, Janet Maebius, Jo Lea Sprecher, Mary Lynn Shreffler, Kay Quinn. Third row: Geraldine Matoole, Sally Johnson, Jane Goodrich, Metta Roussalis. Fourth row: Howard Yant, John Young, Milton Coffman, Gerry Brookshire, Douglas Snyder, Tom Kidd, Alan Brady, John Prugh, Peter Junger, Jim Edgeington. RADIC GUILD . t , , :, . . fi' 5 :rg Ig"5:,51::g,,'5'5?EE if - Q 'HX ., -579 fp s fgf a , -at it Kiss Swett st e e f s S fn RFkDlOx UIL ' lla' Zh S111 First row: Beverly Shaull, Vonda Alexander, Alice Du Bois, Janet Maebius, Barbara Nowlen Sarah Scott, Alea Hemmant. Second row: Bob Peterson, ,lim Corbett, Alan Brady, Ronald Stearns, John Young Tom Kidd, Sally Johnson, Peter Junger. The weekly Headliners program is popular with every N.C.H.S. student who wants to keep posted on all the happenings of interest around the halls and in the classes. Having prepared themselves all year long, the members of the Radio Guild are ready to assume responsibility for all programs broadcast over KSPE on the day set aside by the radio station each year for these "voices of youth." The officers for this year have been: Janet Maebius, presidentg Alice Du Bois, vice-president, Peter Junger, sec- retary-treasurerg and Miss Gwendolyn Hill, sponsor. I 1 '-' an gli Q3 ,vs N5 g M 2' I .1 ,v as 5 m,.,...2 . 'L 1 'Ik ax-Q! F. 1 , . NX llllf ,M SCQEN FROM ZERO T0 INFINITY WILLIE VANDEVER, B. Aw ask Wesleyan University, ., iver ty of Colorado. IVA . S H, . S., University of Neb . S. niver- sity of Wyoming. QW DOLLIE HAGEN, B. S., University of Iowa. NELL JONES, B. A., University of Iowa. JACK HERBERTSON, B. S., University of Wyoming. WILLIAM REESE, B. A., Pickensen College. ALICE WALKER, B. A., University of Denver. MILTON BEITEL, B. S., University of Wyoming. AND IN BETWEEN 1 , Is it alive, boys? A X It runs, fellows, it runs! Keith Lemke, Miss Hemry, John McReynolds, Deith Sor- ensoen, and LeRoy Ellison study the rotation of the planets. mlb' Peter Novick and Dick Day practice reading thermom- Help from the front row. eters and not breathing. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION moiflr' maui Mlcagigifal College RN., C0lof:a?1IS'i-MILLER ' . O ' . Michigan State 0iM3gh1gaH Nurses, Denver gaming School f BEM MS University eneral Hospit fr n 'Q a Barbara Hunt, Polly Green, Joyce Sherry, Alea Hemmant Cherry McCaghren, Janice Finch, Harriet Sternberg. The girls in third period gym. Just a friendly game of basketball with the girls. if lv -. QM 'f-Sm. -J 'Te ff Q ff m- V g Our Hzzrrirulum M14 cans LANGUAGE AND HISTCRY '11- 44 Iowa State Teachers College l MARY DILLE, B. A., FROM CAESAR TO THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS VIRGIL Y. RUSSELL, B. A., Univer- sity of Wichita and California, M. A. University of Arizona. RUBY Mc BRIDE, B.A., University of Iowa, M.A. University of Southern California. 1 7 MARGARET SHIDLER, B. S., Central Missouri State Teachers College. DAN DETI, B. A., University of Wyoming. MARY A. GABER, B. A., University of Wyoming. m 3.- ELEANOR O'BRIAN, B. A., University of Colorado RAYMOND G. CORBETT, B.S. University of Missouri SOCIAL PROBLEMS, AND WORLD GOVERNMENT David Evans, Gary Henry, Ralph Bar- ton, Nancy Quinn, Arlene Croco. and Cornelia lVlaehius puzzle over Latin. Jimmy Scott and Kathy Daly read the comics in Spanish. Right: Martha Hicks, Patsy Henning, Ellen Evans, Edith Nilsen, Peggy Hodge, ,lulane Lloyd, ,lerry Lee Plum- mer, Elaine Markland, Doris Fullin- wider see a movie on Napoleon in World history. jack Daly drawing a political cartoon for American history. ex l N LATIN CLUB Jo Lea Sprecher was elected president this year of the Latin club which is under the sponsorship of Miss Ruby McBride. Metta Roussalis acts as vice-president while Sally Johnson and Marjorie Clare are the secretary and treasurer, respectively. John Murane7s duty as pontifex maximus is to receive the pass- word from club members as they are admitted to each monthly meeting. The roll call of this organization is unique in that the response is a Latin quotation, and both the business and enter- tainment are carried on as much as possible in the Latin lan- guage. First row: Dolores Buchler, Kay Quinn, Wynoma Stewart, Shirley Johnson, Donna Burgess, Mary Hester Murphy. Second row: Betty Jo Butters, Beverly Shaul, Nancy Rader, La Vonne Ferris, Pat Ragar, Valeta Green, Miss McBride. Third row: Shirley Teeter, Eve Everett, Sally Johnson, Metta Roussalis, .Io Lea Sprecher, Margie Clare, Rena Ellis, Maureen McCarthy. Fourth row: Marcus Hitchcock, Charles Ebinger, Tom Korman, Chuck Bender, John Murane, Louis Roussalis, Bill Swan, Bob Connelly, Peter Junger, Milton Coffman, James Ellis. SPANISH CLUB Through movies and color slides of Latin American countries, and participation in fiestas, games, and songs, the Spanish club brings old world traditions to N.C.H.S. Their annual Christmas fiesta is looked forward to with great pleasure by its members under the leadership of Alan Brady as president, Carol Wehrli, vice-president, and Joanna Rand, secretary. Mr. Dan Deti is the club's sponsor. ,, .Hrjwf ! ffwh. ' ' gi 7 A: ' Wx " F ' , - Z ,gif 1 rl I . ' W1 I ff 14167. XX ,af . un X - Q Q a s First row: Nan Barton, Susan Nichols, Joanna Rand, Lynne Bailey, Lorene Jurjens, Kay Krajicek, Anna Drew Ikard, Dorothy Neff, Delma Hembree. Second row: Kay Stalcup, Priscilla Trujillo, Phyllis Plasters, Ramona Stock, Virginia Say, Elaine Markland, Carol Wehrli, Mary Masceranas, Maribelle Caqueline, Lorraine Cook, Rosie Trujillo, Ann Smith, Nancy Rader. Third row: Ganelle Logan, ,lulane Lloyd, Ronnie Nunn, Kenny Dawson, Walter Parks, Cliff Bundy, Melvin Hedstrom, Robin Peckham, John Hutchinson, Alan Brady, Bob Deffeyes, Margaret Currie, Janet Lamb, Kathy Daly. A CN THE BEAT WITH KELLY Glenda Gering, the prettiest l Farmer's Daughter State Crew at work-Herb Johnston, Roy Witt, Bob Har dison, Alan Alexander, and Lloyd Macy Indian Maidens in the Totem Pole dance Gilbert Morris, Glen Bochmann, and Ronald Henry of the Indian Pow-wow Catherine Begley and La Vonne Ferris Down on the Farm with Kelly, the milkmaids, building mushrooms and the farmer's cows 1 f 2 4 1 E l if E Q ' WM samsung, 'Nw . 'W by N. ' .,.L - fe f-21" fzigik v :, , f --1 wr,-1: ':bff, u,:f,,,,,, if " ' W,:m,,, '1 , s' Q 1 0111? Gzzrriculum M14 was MUSIC AND ART BLAINE D. COOLBAUGH Head of lnstru mental Music B.S., Kansas State B.M., Fort Hays State GRACE SLIND JACOBSON Head of Vocal Mu ' BM M DOROTHY DEAN EYESTONE sic . ., acPhael School of Music M.M., MacPhael School of Music DOROTHY DEAN EYESTONE B.S., Kansas State Tea h ' M . c ers College .M., Unlversity of Michigan 'W I f ,f SONGS FOR STRINGS N.C.H.S. has an orchestra it can well be proud of, along with the rest of its music department. Students in music spend many hours practicing for perfection, and the competition for seats in the band and orchestra is great. A very high percentage of Casper high school students take part in musical activities, a fact which is a credit to Mr. Coolbaugh, Mrs. Jacobson, and the other members of the faculty. xr K fv 1 QQ 9 x X I J X14 . ff 4 ,WW 72. QA 'H 2? E- THERE ARE SONGS THERE ARE BACH, BEETHO IN THE AIR. N, BRAHMS--- AND JUST PLAIN QLD BOP FROM POSTERS T0 PRETTY TUNES Acadeifvf Ol Flne Ted McNatt works Pel1U5YlVama on a Poster ' Earl Reeds In aft Class' Arts. A. 'R 0 lx A N Girls' singing group including: Barbara Atwood, Mary Margaret Duncan, George Ann Brannan, Margie Clare, Ann Morgan, Carol Wehrli, Pat Holden, Eve Everett, N B B ' ' ' an arton, everly Shaull, Marguerite Seelaus, Shirley Smith, Martha Watt. d Geneva Phillips, Earl Reed, Lucille Davis an , inomas, btarr, Pierce H bb d , C art, G Sauv Mattingly' Om: LyIlCh, B UTICY, Kelly. er' 11-7 THE BEAUTY OF CHRISTMAS I . I The angexs in Heavenly Hosts o Lea Sprecher as the Virgin M ary, The Adoration scene: John Teeter, Frank Barella, Richard Parker, Jack Steele, Shir- ley Johnson, Gene Banderman, Marcus Hitchcock, Jo Lea Sprecher, Lewis McMahan, Harry Venahle. .v Le cher ln UIC fill' --'-- -v Juni Svzflsgilzhnson and 10 a Maas? shepherds John Te-ff-ff and 89 SWING, SWING, AND MORE SWING Dire- Theyre TM Leaders M tlte "-DZ., "Nm 'Nw XA A M .. swf' NN-.QQ """---.sd md. 'X 4 Ak,, . f ,,.., ,....--"' ,.-f""'i' ' ,,,.,.,"" .J--"' M, - MII!!- ,Af-r""',' X YN get-M Q -Clif NK swan """ -xxff ,.LXV K V ann Isxsww. V Tommy Kidd, directing: Johnny Havel, Mel- yin Hedstrom, Ronnie Doscher, Eddie Pickett, Kent Christiansen, Tommy Burridge. Second row: Denneth Ury, Douglas Kingdom, John Hutchison, Don Ferguson, John Murane, ,lim Chapin, Clyde Miller, Doris Porter, Ralph Culver. BAND 213 tii,r ff,QT": 2 me I 1 I t I ' KH are ., --Li. is-wt-'ie-rework I, Tia?" artto W is if My ,g Qi V f Wx. f-fv 13,53 x is' - . 1 ' s, -4' - -JJ ' , , X-1 . ,G , te, gg, .. k 14 - wh S Betty Jo Butters, Pat Kellilier, Mary Lou Bailey, Kathryn Donnelly, llarhara Kidd, Marguerite Seelaus, Shirley Schwarz, Delores Hissacca. NWWNMM i A 'I No matter what the weather or how long the march, these girls John Hutchison can be depended upon to lead the band, and execute fancy Band Major steps for the onlookers. 90 ua :ln I ig ' V3 '-i'..af :L ar ' v-'Sinai 'Q r vm bn., xo 'lo :MOU Q . ,tg Agptvlu 'fans 0 Q' QQ THE CLICK CLICK CDF KEYS DUKE HIMEBAUGH, B. Si, Kansas State Teachers' College, M. A., Colum- bia University. PAULINE FUSSELMAN, B. A., Col- orado State College of Education HAZEL RICHARDS, B. A., University of Denver. HARRY MANGUS, B. A., University of Wyoming. PEGGY TOBIN, B. S., University of Wyoming. AND A FLYING PENCIL Jean Fisher at the bookkeeping machine. Judith Bishop tries out her speed with the dictaphone. L Janice Beach practices taking fast dictation. rat iviurpny, mu uneney, Lana Ortiz, Gaye Baughman. CHIEF NICHOLS FUN AND MORE FUN Above Larry Barnett looks over the senior memory books as Alex Lampros Glenn Bochmann, Jim Glst and Dick Day look on Elnora Shaeffer, Darlene Leslie, Miss Nelle Pate, and Joanna Rand at the Freshman Orientation Tea. Joe Leisek, Mary Margaret Duncan, Frank Cady, an Marguerite Seelaus take time out for a coke. 5 Below: Joe Leisek, Frank Cady, , Tom Schwarherg and Richard Adams laugh for the birdie. TIUNS Means MANY FIELDS ARE OPEN WALTER KINGHAM, Vocational Co- ordinatorg B.A., University of Wyom- ing. S., Montana JAMES AL NNY jACKSONiINl?3 BATEMAN, and Genera1EgIif33JDER, Sheet Metal BU College. PAU A gl M- gge ME. Colmado ANKER T. LARSON, B.E., State Normal Collegeg GEORGE SCULLEN, Machine Shopg OLEN THOMPSON, Auto Mechanicsg FLOYD MICHAEL, B.S., University of Wyoming. TO THOSE WITH EXPERIENCE Above: Kay Atwood and Shari Lee Askman getting out the wrinkles in their new clothes. Above right: Bob Cooper and Deward Gerdom take Dewey's motor apart. Right: Norma Peterson slaves away in the office. AND AMBITION Right: ,lean Henderson bandages a bruised arm. Below: Max Perkins is seen grinding optical lenses. Gerald Sullivan in mechanical drawing. Above are George Colay, Charles Woodin, Jerry Yaap, Pat Phelan, and Jess Crabtree. Retouching for Carrigan's studio is Esther Wonderly FUTURE TEACHERS First row Priscilla Trujillo Janet Lamb Ann Morgan Kathleen Daly Shirley Schwarz Second row Janet Maebius Cora Lee ,lurjens Doris Porter Ramona Stock Virginia Say Robin Peckham Anella Currence Mary Lou Baillie Hester Allemand Under the direction of two grade school teachers Mrs Beryle 'VlcBride and Miss Virginia Rose and also Miss Verda James of the high school, students are able to prepare for a vocation of teaching through the discussions held at their regular meetings. The members maintaining offices this year have been: Ann Morgan, presidentg N run Hlllllllllllllllb ,Q 1 ff 2. 1 ,- N i ,-'-if S s ,.?, :E Q 5 ,. . '4 ".. 2-1 Z! 1, Q ol f 4 ?Z 0' Z, . Janet Lamb, vice-presidentg Kathy Daly, secretary-treas- urerg and Janet Maebius, program chairman. 00 CJ 99 Miz it! FUTURE NURSES "Educational" is the proper word to use in describing the Future Nurses organization's regular monthly meet- ing. Lectures are given by well-known citizens of Casper who work or study in the field of medicine. The girls visit the local hospital and familiarize themselves with a routine they will follow as registered nurses. Miss Mary Miller is sponsor of the club, and the officers are as fol- lows: president, Carol Finch, vice-president, ,lean Hen- dersong secretary-treasurer, Marilyn Marsh. PNA 1 3 ,. 9 First row: Mary Jean Bryan, Shirley Fisher, Jean Henderson, Kathleen Bryan, Mary Ann Robert- son. Second row: Connie Alberts, Betsy Steinman, Catherine Ann MacLennan, Eloida Cordova, Alice Anderson, Carol Finch, Valeta Green, Mary Wirch, Juanita Harlow. Third row: Margaret Gnau, Elizabeth Heath, Sally Williams. X K Jw' L55 if ivfmw 'Qi T if? w R.O.T.C. Cpt. Max R. Floyd, MS Jerald D. Bulls, Sgt. Lawrence Adams and Sgt. Robert W. Hansen. Arthur Davidson demonstrates trigger and safety functioning to a military group. Chuck Ridgeway and Bill Swan are in the foreground: The kneeling shooters are Jim Edgeington, Benton Ste- Clifford Bundy is afraid to look as Sgt. phenson and Clifford Bundy. Bulls scores his target. FROM RIF LES TO Dick Hartwell is given an award by Captain Floyd. AWARDS Jimmy Wood tries out this prone on the rifle range. Gerry Brookshire, Harry Vitto, Anastious Lotas, Louis Roussalis, Jimmy Wood, and Ronald Henry of the color guard. wi I 'F 3 S' Y rg 1 , I ., -.. .-...,.. , f.., . .f 5 ' fi M 3 fl 5,31 e 2 . Y 45 'AH A ' .9 Y --4 :-'-r, '- ' X Q if K ,iyxw 4 Q MJT-r I ' f 1 P 1 ..Qw7'4: KZ. K 'A 5 ,VsLf.,g,5f,e, . - ' A U . 1 , , A A X N K - ms XY YV' 5 A I ff 'NSW' ' . n" . 5 I o I' 3,542 . 4, -. Q . 7 . at as If M' -HQ if Yr, x , QW THE COACHES SHADOW RAY, Basketball, B.S., University of Wyoming, BILL HILEMAN, Football and Swim- ming, B.A., Montana University. BILL REESE, Assistant Coach, B.A., University of Wyomingg HARRY MANGUS, Wrestling, B.A., University of Wyoming, JACK HERBERTSON, Assistant Coach, B.A., University of Wyoming. First row: Victor Tomlin, Don Loomer, Francis Cady, Joe Leisek, Richard Adams, Deward Gerdom, Kenny Ester- line, ,lim Gist, Larry Barnett, Dick Day, Bob Hileman, Chuck Kabler. Second row: Jack Herbertson, George Struck, Tom Swarberg, Chuck Rowland, Richard Speese, Elmer Underwood, Jack Steele, Bill Hileman. First row: Bob Doll, Milton Ground, Frank Easter, Bruce Lynch, Dan Do- herty, Horace Conger, Mickey Mouldin, Bill Duncan, Jack Donohue, Von Coles, Jack Anderson. Second row: Bob Brady, Tom Corman, Ross Beyers, Bob Sedar, Bob Peterson Benny Baker, Jack Allen, Danny White: Peers Brewer. pun-q lp-an-an VARSITY FOOTBALL Billings ,,,,, Great Falls Laramie ,Ht Cheyenne Rawlins , ,,,,,,7,77, , Rapid City Rocksprings Cody .,,,..,7,77 7i,7i 7 Sheridan .,7,, .,,7, 6 Top left: lnderwood carries the ball, and Hilelnan bites the dust. Top right: Spease plows through as Cooper 1113 looks on: Tom Schwarberg 1271 , kneeling. Middle: The bench-warnr ers rest a minute or two. Lower left: Underwoods boots one OYEF. Casper 24- 12 9 25 20 0 24 39 13 C CLUB First row: Richard Spease. Gus Kamboris. Richard Adams. Joe l.eisek. Charles Rowland, Deward Gerdom. Victor Tomlin. ,lim Cist, Bill Cooper. Second row: Tom Korman. Yon Coles. Bill Duncan. George Hebbart, Bob Hileman, Don l.udwi,q. Jack Canfield. Dan Turner. Elmer Underwood. Third row: Dick Day. Francis Cady. Jack Allen. Dick Hartwell. Bob Doll. Ren Baker. Charles libinger. Alan Michael. Fourth row: Charles Kalmler. Tom Schwarberg. Herman Pierce. Horace Conger. George Struck. Bob Brady. Jack Anderson. This club annuallv sponsors the C Club fights. and also holds a banquet early in May' in honor of the senior members and their dates. Membership to this organiza- tion is gained by earning a major letter in basketball. football. or track. Along with Mr. Bill llileman as sponsor. the officers for the year have been: Richard Adams-president. Elmer Lvnderwood-vice president. Don l.oomer-fsecretary and Richard Spease-treasurer. vp f lov SHE'S THE MUSTANG QUEEN KATHRYN DONNELLY QUEEN Top left: Joan Hawkins. Top right: Sharon Evans. Bottom left: Sally Shader. Bottom right: Carol Finch. . ,f" ATTENDANTS "B" SQUAD First row: .lim Gomez, .lim Whitman, Bob Nelson, George Sulli- van, Bud Leisek, Corky Newman, Ray Putra, Kenny Dawson, Frank Barella, Walter Parks, Bill Cooper. Second row: Ervin Smith, Thurel Novotny, Bob Jackson, Sherele Cook, Bion Wyman, Gene Gilleland, John Parker. Third row: Harry Mangus, Shadow Ray, Hugh Duncan, Jack Rowland, H. Gibson, Dale Overstrcet, Jim Fox, Ron Estes, Jerry Quinlan, Gary Henry, Bill Hileman. "B" SQUAD BASKETBALL First row: Jim Baker, Jerry McDowell, Gene Bell, Ray Putra, Jack Ullom, Larry Browning. Second row: ,lack Radden, Walter Parks, Frank Sweeny, Bill Gifford, ,lerry Nash, Gene Gilleland. Third row: Bill Reese, coach, Jerry Hess, Charles Riley, John Hitchcock, Pat Bisiar, Ron Estes. Eourth row: Verne Becker, Jerry Quinlan, Keith Spencer, Pat Smith, Stanley Marean, manager. FOOTBALL 4 VARSITY BASKETBALL X 'SPE Qasla 4 X -.Jef L--ai E5 3 'IL x Jack Anderson, Bob Doll, Jack Allen, Richard Parker, George Hebbart, Elmer Underwood, Bob Hileman, Dick Hartwell, Charles Kabler, Ira Taylor. Coach Shadow Ray, kneeling. Bill Duncan, Jim Brock, Tom Burridge, Burt McDowell, Don Ludwig, Von Coles, Dan Turner, Don Starr, Milton Grounds. Coach Jack Herbertson, kneeling. A 5 ,A SP .5 f Ne, 4 bEs::4lX HQ!" ill V U3 C. Lusk .,A, ...,,,,,, 3 5 32 Cheyenne .,.,,,,,,,,, 42 Cody ,..,,,,,,, 45 40 Greenriver ,,,.,,,,,, .36 Douglas ,,.,,...., 40 48 Rock Springs ...,,, H26 Laramie ,,,,,,,, H37 32 Rock Springs ,,,,, ,,,35 Laramie ,,,, ..,,....., 3 4 52 Laramie ........ii,,,,,, 47 Midwest W ,,,,,,,,,, 31 39 Laramie ,A ,,,,,,,,,-, H30 C. Midwest ......,,,,,,,,,, 17 Rock Springs .,,,,,,, 35 Rock Springs ..,,,,,, 39 Cheyenne Cheyenne Cheyenne Buffalo Gillette , Sheridan Buffalo Sheridan Gillette 4-l Top left: Underwood in a jump ball. Top right: Hileman looks in open-mouthed wonder as Anderson shoots ' ' U d wood shooting in the Cody game. Middle left. n er Middle right: Don Starr shooting in the Cody game. ' h U d rwood shoot in the Rock Springs game Bottom: Hartwell and Hlleman watc n e First row: Charles Ridgeway, Emie Gray, Carl Newman, Peers Brewer, Charles Femigus, Gene Sullivan, Gerald Sullivan, Tom Korman, Bob Brady. Second row: Jim Whitman, Beyard Wilson, .lack Steele, Dewey Cerdom, Francis Cady, Wally Stamper, Joe I.eisek, Horace Conger, Jim Gist. WRESTLING TEAM SWIMMING TEAM First row: Pat Davidson, Alea Hemmant, Joyce Sherry, Francis Wheeler, Ruth Perry, Delores Coleman, Earleen Fullinwider, Barbara Crishaber, Ann West, Alice West, Donna Bisher, Barbara Martyr. Second row: Ronnie Tuley, Bob Adams, Tom Schwarberg, Bill Stanton, Jack Rowland, Sam Crimes, Delmar Wyatt, Kent Christiansen, Marvin Martin, Barbara Rogers. Third row: Burt McFarland, Kenny Esterline, Ronnie Rogers, Bob Spaulding, Van Hicks, Jack Donohue, Tom McAtee. ! I M' I I 1 I R 1 THE GRUNT AND GROANERS Whose. legs belong to whom, huh? Above right: Hey coach, what now? Right: All tangled up. Horace Conger and Bob Brady playing around THREE CHEERS pi i I Lynne Bailey, Jerry Yaap, Reita Donohue, Ed Kelly, Anna Drew Ikard, and Earl Perry. Snow on the mountains. Above right: It's more fun! Just ask the photographer. Right: Over the top and down. I PEP CLUB X.: First row: Lynne Harder, Sandy Hershey, Kay Krajicek, Darla Kusel, Rachel Yaap, .lo Marsh. Second row: Jeannette Everett, Mary lone Green, Lynne Bennett, Eleanor Boson, Barbara Rogers, Barbara Martyr, Abby Martyr, Marilyn Johnson. Third row: Carol Hamill, Jeanne Northrup, Norene Marsh, Martha Hays, Mary Hester Murphey, Betty Riley, Mary Jo Poirier, Marilyn Acker- man. Fourth row: Jo Ann Dvoracek, Jean Ellis, Priscilla Trujillo, Ramona Stock, Virginia Say, Ellen Noonan, Joanne Magee, Pat Loggy. Fifth row: Dolores Buchler, Dolores Bissacca, Betty Jo Butters, Terry Tegarden, Lynne Pirie, Barbara McClintock, Julan Lloyd. 8 3 Y ' t gi, f V First row: Barbara Mcllroy, Catherine Begley. LaVonne Ferris, Joyce Sherry, Joan Townsend, Ann Smyth. Second row: Lorraine Cook, Maribel Caquelin, Moxey Brannan, Barbara Kidd, Beverly Butler, Donna Cowin, Janice Williams, Chris Grogan, Dolores Coleman. Third row: Nancy Good- man, Tinka Hardison, Peggy Doll, Joan English, Ann Carlson, Alice Anderson, Reite Donohue, Jo Lea Sprecher, Marlene Hermes. Fourth row: Nancy Quinn, Anita Sherman, Mary Edleman, Elizabeth Heath, Shirley Bechtol, Marilyn Ludwig, Lois Neese, Natalie Bentzen, Nancy Wintrey, Barbara Edstrom, Barbara Rickey, McClellan, Connie Alberts, Pat Connell, Bisher, Marsh. , ,, , , T, 5 f X, - ,..A.g,Q r:mf'L5i v , I ' ' 1' ,f " 1 1 wy 9 T i Our Ezzrrifulum Means STUDENT RELATIONS Y, fx Eu V' .R J 'w T l ' ,lf . .l of .J 4' Q 1 1 f f -' ' la if ff X 1 ,V " X Genial Ted Buchholz performs his duties as vice-principal in a manner that has won the confidence of many students in N.C.H.S. Mr. Buchholz acts as a vocational guide to the entire student body in an effort to direct stu- dents in the proper courses to follow through- out high school. Also under his supervision is an audio-visual education program. Ap- proximately 250 movies were shown during the school year. Mr. Buchholz has an M.A. from the University of Wyoming, and a B.A. from the State Teachers College in North Dakota. A ei 3 WE ARE GUIDED AND ADVISED The daily schedule of Miss Nelle Pate in room 159 is a varied one indeed. Much credit is due this confidante' of the girls of the stu- dent body. Both personal and curricular problems are taken to Miss Pate who aids girls with welcome advice. She is especially busy in helping the senior girls who are un- decided in their choice of a college. One of the outstanding projects initiated under the leadership of Miss Pate has been an orienta- tion tea held in the spring. The sophomores invite the junior high girls in order to ac- quaint them with the rules of the school. This plan has proved a success in impressing upon the newcomers the requirements of high school life. Completing her fifth successful year in the capacity of Dean of Girls in N.C.H.S., Miss Pate has proved the famaliar adage: "A friend in need is a friend indeed." A M 11 A 0 PALS First row: Lola Unganst, Elwood Fox, Lois Hussion, Darlene Henning, Jolene Ponton, Norma Peterson, Jean Bressler, Lucille Temple. Second row: Fawnea O'Neill, Ida, Phillips, Ann Morgan, Eileen Wingert, M'argie'Solheim, Lola Edleman, Barbara Bemis, Carol Finch, Cora Lee Jurjens, M'apcine Nickeson, Sadie Mae Cromwell. Third row: Valeta Green, Beverly Payne, Marguerite Borland, Annabel Hansen, Carol Cokenour, Beverly Foss, Jean Pilant, Cherie Scown, Billie Adam, Kathy Daly, Myra Ylitalo, Barbara Rae Gould, Christine Kapeles, Nancy Lubnau. The members of the Pals organization pos- sess personalities just like their name. These girls are truly "pals" to all the new sopho- more, junior and senior girls entering school. A "get acquaintedi' party is held in the fall to help the newcomers feel immediately at home in N.C.H.S. Under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Gaber, and with the following acting as officers: president, Ann Morgan, vice-president, Jolene Pontong secretary, Barbara Bemis, treasurer, Carol Finch, the activities and projects of the Pals club for this year have all proved successful. NOTKE GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL First row: Joan Townsend, Eve Everett, Sharon Evans, Anna Drew lkard, George Ann Brannan. Second row: Margie Clare, Carol Wehrli, Pat Holden, Ann Morgan, Jolene Ponton, Nan Barton, Jessie Harris, Marilyn Ludwig. Third row: ,Io Marsh, Terry Teagarden, Dolores Bissaca, Delores Buchler, Abby Myrter. True leadership is demonstrated by each girl who is elected to the Girls' League Council. Sharon Evans, girls' vice-president of the student body, is president, Marjorie Clare ably assists as vice-president of the organization, and Jolene Ponton and Joan Townsend 'have the duties of being secretary and treasurer, respectively. The main projects of this group are the annual Football Ball, and a campaign called "High School Chest Pro- gram" which enables the girls to send needed school supplies to high school students overseas. From their earnings in the past three years, the girls were able to present their sponsor Miss Nell Pate, with a beautiful custom-made maple desk this year. nf l D X mg XXQ J! , 252 Fl ii ' N wg NEWCOMERS ' 1 ig -nal First row: .Tyler, N. J., Cook, Goose Egg, Bentzen, Sheridan, Jones, Brazil, Alberts, Cheyenne, Hale, Glenrock, Lloyd, Colo., Visoky, Lander, Howell, Kans. Second row: Davis, Mont., O'Rourke, Mo., Fiz, Ind., McCully, Colo., Neely, Calif., Echols, N.M., Kaldenberg, Calif., Domsalla, Douglas, Hardison, Mont., Brown, Powell, Patcher, Greybull. A ' Third row: Stalcup, Tex., Tighe, Tex., Erickson, Neb., Neely, Calif., Deimer, Neb., Harding, Neb., Wells, Colo., Van Brunt, Mont., Peterson, Cheyenne, Christiansen, Mont., Largent, Colo. Fourth row: Van Winkle, Greybull, Holland, Lander, Simmons, Lander, Smith, Ohio, Tighe, Tex., Morris, Neb., Tighe, Tex., Allemand, Douglas. Fifth row: Underwood, Natrona, Shira, Colo., Turk, Colo., Fusor, Mont., Noble, Calif., Banderman, Mo., Fronk, Jackson Hole, Nations, Colo. Sixth row: Lemke, Douglas, Polsley, Kans., Bechtel, Tex., Okhuysen, Holland, Robinson, Worland, Crimes, Mont., Manning, Natrona, Cooper, Colo., Cox, Neb. How wa V, ZW' ala 'fig ?f at f i CZ A ,N N 0 Oo f BIG SISTERS Each fall, the incoming freshmen girls have a helping hand given to' them by their big sister, a senior girl. Via notes, cokes, and long talks, the new students are soon made to feel at home in N.C.H.S. Climaxing this program is the Co-ed Ball, a dance given by the Big Sisters for freshmen. Officers of the club for this year have been: Pat Holden, president, Edith Hall, vice-presidentg Carol Wehrli, secretary, Nan Barton, treasurer. First row: Metta Roussalis, Pat Holden, Nan Barton, Mary Margaret Duncan, Edith Hall, Jean Henderson, Martinelle Eggert, Ruth Perry, Cora Lee Hastings. Second row: Alice Elaine Fraser, Sharon Evans, Mary Lou Knittle, Kathryn Donnelly, Jackie Anderson, Marilyn Pugh, Joan Henderson, Nancy Rader, Margaret Currie, Carol Wehrli. Third row: Jean Fischer, Janet Lamb, Shirley Schwarz, Frances Harris, Jean Marshall, Mary Lou Bailey, Marilyn McReynolds. Fourth row: Virginia Faubion, Mildred Nilesen, Carol Blanscett, Joan Hawkins, Barbara Nowlen, Lorrine Coleman, Marguerite Seelaus, Vonda Alexander, ,Ioan Peterson, Margaret Hangartner, Yvonne Rippon, Mary Lou Baillie, Jeralyn Kosanke, Joyce Crosby, Geraldine Matoole, Donna Bur- ..-as ffm... P.-A... I....-4 lA'....L:..,. Ala..- n..D-:- A v'-F "" V 'rr' mfg . A . , 4 R j ,gif ' W S I -S www , , ' 'lizfx - N J E1 13 . NL Q' 1. . ,Y-'Q L . 2 . Q: lwimik- M 1 is 555' 3 2 -fs. 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RICHARD EDWARD ADAMS Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2g "C" Club 33 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 3, 4g President of "C" Club 4g Senior Class Treasurer 4. LEE AFFLECK VONDA MARLENE ALEXANDER Swimming Team 13 Latin Club 23 English Club 3, 43 Future Nurses 3, 4g Junior Follies 33 Madrigal 2, 3, 43 Big Sisters 43 National Honor Society 3, 4. HESTER ANN ALLEMAND Swimming Team 2, 33 Gusher Staff 43 Junior Follies 33 Pals 43 Freshman Orientation Tea 2. JEAN JACKOLINE ANDERSON Madrigal 2, 3, 4g Big Sisters 43 Junior Follies 3g Senior-Freshman Assembly 4. BARBARA JEANNE ASICH Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 4. WILLIAM MARTIN BAGBY Latin Club 33 Junior Follies 33 Annual Staff 3. MARY LOUISE BAILLIE - Big Sisters 43 Madrigal 1, 2, 3, 4g Junior Follies 33 Junior Triple Trio 3. MARY LOU BAILEY Majorette 1, 2, 3, 43 Big Sisters 43 Junior Follies 33 Class Room Representative 1. SHIRLEY ILENE BAKER EUGENE T. BANDERMAN LARRY DUANE BARNETT Shafter High School ls Varsity Squad Football 3, 43 "B" Squad Football 23 Track 2, 3, 4g "C" Club Fights 3, 43 Student Body Treasurer 4g Commando Basket- ball 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Senior-Freshman Assembly 4. NAN BARTON Girls' League Council 3, 43 Big Sisters 3g English Club 3, 43 Madrigal 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Junior Triple Trio 33 .Senior Triple Trio 43 Lander, Wyoming lg Freshman Orientation Tea 2g Junior Prom Committee 3. BARBARA DEANE BEMIS Freshman Orientation Tea 23 Junior Follies 33 Pals 43 Coed Ball 4. EMILY M. BEYER Student Body Secretary 43 Pals 4g Freshman Triple Trio 1. CHARLEN E BISHER Latin Club 2, 33 Junior Follies Dance Director 33 Big Sisters 43 Madrigal 2, 3g Gusher Staff 33 Coed Ball Committee 43 Swimming Team 3. MARVIN LORD BISHOP III Swing Band 3, 43 ROTC Band 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Assembly Band I, 2, 3, 43 Future Farmers Band 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Madrigal 2. CAROL BLANSCET Big Sisters 4. MARGARET BOCHMANN ROGER GLEN BOCHMANN ROBERT BOHRER Texhoma, Oklahoma 13 Odessa, Texas 23 Wetaskwin, Alberta, Canada 33 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 3. HARMON BORDEAUX MARGUERITE BORLAND Pals 4, Coed Ball 4. WILLIAM L. BEYER BETTY BOYLAN ALLEN HAROLD BRADY Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Civic Symphony 1, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 All State String Orchestra 3g Debate 43 Newcomers' Club 13 All School Play 43 National Honor Society 4. JEAN MARIE BRESSLER Spanish Club 2, 33 Pals 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Junior Ring Committee 33 Senior Announcement Committee 4. GERALD M. BROOKSHIRE Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3, 4g English Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 23 Commissioned Officer 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Student Council 33 American Legion Merit Award 43 Best Sophomore Cadet 23 Color Guard 3, 43 Best Drilled Squad 2, 4. DONNA JEAN BURGESS Powell, Wyoming lg Newcomers' Club 33 Big Sisters 4. CORINN E M. BURN SIDE Girls' League Council 1, 23 Madrigal 23 Junior Follies 33 Student Council 2, 33 Sophomore Class Representa- tive 23 Junior Class Representative 3g Senior Class Secretary 4. STANLEY A. BURTCH FRANCIS LEE CADY Football 3, 43 "C" Club 4g Wrestling 4. JULIA LEA CARLSON Madrigal 2, 3, 4-3 Gusher Staff 33 Big Sisters 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 43 National Honor Society 4. ANGELINE CARRERA Junior Follies 33 Big Sisters 4. VERA E. CARTER VERLA ALBERTA CARTER Pals 4. DONALD RAY CASEBOLT LEO STANLEY CHERNICK CHARLES G. CHRISTOPHER SAMUEL G. CLARK GIRLS' LEAGUE, AND FORENSIC MILTON M. COFFMAN, JR. Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All State Band 1, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, All State Chorus 3, Boys' Octette 3, 4, ROTC Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, English Club 4, Boys' State 3. MARY CARROL COKENOUR Senior Orchestra 1, 2, Junior Follies 3, Pals 4. NORMA LORENE COLEMAN Oklahoma City l, Newcomers' Club 2, Big Sisters 4. ROBERT L. COOPER JAMES A. CORBETT National Forensic League 3, President 4, Boys' State 3, Gusher Staff 4. KAYE ANN COUGHLIN Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4. SADIE MAE CROMWELL Home Room Representative 1, Swimming Team 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Gusher Staff 3, Junior Follies 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pals 4. JOYCE CROSBY Redondo Beach, California 3, Big Sisters 4, Fresh- man Orientation Tea 2, Junior Follies 3. MARGARET JEAN CURRIE Latin Clul 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Big Sisters 44, Freshman Orientation Tea 2, Junior Follies 3. KATHLEEN J. DALY Home Room Representative 3, Junior Follies 3, Fu- ture Teachers 3, 4, Pals 4, Freshman-Senior Assembly 4, Freshman Orientation Tea 2. ROY ARTHUR DAVIDSON Madrigal 4, Senior-Freshman Assembly 4, ROTC Band 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Junior Follies 3, Basketball 2. THOMAS DEAN DAVIS RICHARD DAY Football 3, 4, Swimming Team 3, Basketball 2, "C" Club 4, All School Play 4, Junior Follies 3. CHARLES DIEHL Football 1, Basketball 2, "C" Club Fights 1, 2, 3. KATHRYN A. DONNELLY Majorette 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Coed Ball Committee 4, Mustang Queen 4. ALICE PEARL DUBOIS Newcomers' Club 1, Allied Youth 1, 2, Big Sisters 4, Latin Club 2, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Radio Guild 3, 4, Vice President 4, Business Mana- ger of Junior Follies 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Business Manager of Mustang 4, Stage Crew 4. DELORES DUDLEY Big Sisters 4. MARY MARGARET DUNCAN Senior Triple Trio 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Coed Ball 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, All State Chorus 3, Big Sisters 4. JAMES N. EDGEINGTON Rifle Team 3, 4, English Club 4, Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3, Commissioned Officer 4. LOLA MAE EDLEMAN Pals 4. AUDREY ANN EDWARDS MARTINELL EGGERT Latin Club 2, 3, English Club 2, 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Gusher Business Staff 3. JOHN ANTHONY ELLIS Regis High, Newcomers' Club. MARION DAVID ELLIS RENA ELLIS Latin Club 2, 3, Pep Club 1, Big Sisters 3, National Honor Society 3. WILLIAM CHARLES ERICKSON Senior Band 1, 2, Class Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Bas- ketball 3, 4, Home Room Representative 1, 3, Can- teen Council 3, Track l, Senior-Freshman Assembly 4, Pep Band 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3. SHARON LYNNE EVANS ,Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Girls' League Council 2, 3, 4, President 3, Latin Club 3, Big Sisters 4, Girls' State 3, Junior Follies 3, Freshman Orientation Tea 2, Football Ball Committee 2, 3, 4, Coed Ball Committee 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. VIRGINIA FAUBION Big Sisters 4. CAROL LOUISE FINCH Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, Pals 4, Gusher Staff 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Junior Triple Trio 3, Freshman Orientation Tea 2. JEAN FISCHER Big Sisters 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. ROBERT GENE FISHER GLEN FRANKLIN FORD BEVERLY JEAN FOSS Junior Follies 3, Pals 4. ALTENIA P. FOULK Coed Ball 4. ELWOOD FAYE FOX Senior Orchestra 2, 3, Pals 4, Junior Follies 3. ALICE ELAINE FRASER Junior Band 1, Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, Sopho- more Orientation Tea 2, Girls' League Council 3, Junior Follies 3, Football Ball Committee 3, Big Sisters 4, Coed Ball Committee 4, Madrigal 3, 4. l 1 X ll .mov X . IN EVERY ACTIVITY FLOYD J. FREEMAN Civic Symphony 1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team 2. DARREL EMERY FRITTS GARY LEEROY FULLER MEVERETTE KAY GAUGHRAN Junior Follies 3. GLORIA CONSTANCE GAVINO Triple Trio 1, Yankton, South Dakota 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Madrigal 3, 4. DEWARD W. GERDOM "B" Squad Football 2, Varsity Squad Football 3, 4, Wrestling 4, Track 4, "C" Club 3, 4, "C" Club Fights 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Madrigal 3, 4, Vice President 4, Commissioned Officer 4, Non-Commis- sioned Officer 1, 2, 3. JAMES G. GIST Newcomers' Club 1, Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, 4, American Legion ROTC Merit Award 3, "B" Squad Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, "C" Club 4, Crack Drill Squad 4. MARY JO GOBLE Greybull, Wyoming 1, 2, Mustang Editor 4, Radio Guild 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Student Council 4, Girls' State 3, Junior Follies 3, Student Director. BARBARA RAE GOULD Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, Coed Ball 4. VALETA RAE GREEN Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Assembly Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pals 4, Brass Sextet 3, Junior Follies 3. RICHARD E. GWYNN ROBERTA JEAN HAKALO Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4. EDITH HALL Spanish Club 2, Junior Follies 3, Debate 2, Student Council 4, Big Sisters 4, Vice President 4, Gusher Staff 4, National Honor Society 4. SUSAN MARIE HAMILTON Pals 4, Newcomers' Club 2. RICHARD HAND Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, "C" Club Fights 1, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Madrigal 3. MARGARET MARIA HANGARTNER Latin Club 2, Freshman Orientation Tea 2, Junior Follies 3, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Girls' State 3, All School Play 3, First Prize in VFW Auxiliary Essayi Contest 3, Second Prize in DAR Essay Con- test . ANNABEL HANSEN Montana 1, 2, 3, Pals 4. GENE HARLOW FLOYD DALE HARNAGEL Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band President 4, Woodwind Quintette 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, Boys' State 3, Junior Follies 3, Mustang Wrangler Band 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS MAE HARRIS Big Sisters 4, Madrigal 1, 2. DONNA DARLENE HAIRTNETT CORA LEE HASTINGS Newcomers' Club 1, Latin Club 3, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Madrigal 4, National Honor Society 4. JERRY HATTON JO ANN HAWKINS California 1, Madrigal 2, Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies 3. GEORGE HEBBERT Varsity Squad Basketball 3, 4, Track 3, 4, "C" Club 3, 4. JEAN MARIE HENDERSON Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Big Sisters 4, Gusher Business Staff 3, Junior Follies 3, Future Nurses 3, 4, Triple Trio 3, Coed Ball 4, All State Chorus 3, National Honor Society 4. JOAN LOUISE HENDERSON Madrigal 2, 3, Junior Triple Trio 3, Big Sisters 4, Spanish Club 2, Junior Follies 3, All State Chorus 3, Senior-Freshman Assembly 4, Coed Ball 4, National Honor Society 4. DARLENE HENNING Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, Coed Ball 3, 4, Swimming Team 2, Girls' Softball Tournament 2. RONALD A. HENRY Gusher Staff 3, Color Guard 4, 3, Best Drilled Squad 2, Crack Drill Squad 2, 3, Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3, Commissioned Officer 4, American Legion Merit Award 3. ROBERT LEEROY HILEMAN "B" Squad Football 1, 2, "B" Squad Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Squad Football 3, 4, Var- sity Squad Basketball 3, 4, "C" Club 3, 4, Senior- Freshman Assembly 4. BERTHA LOU HILSMAN DOROTHY LOU HIRSCHFELD Big Sisters 4, Coed Ball Committee 4. JOHN HOGG PATRICIA RUTH HOLDEN Girls' League Council 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Junior Fol- lies 3, Big Sisters 4, Presi- dent 4, All State Chorus 3, Coed Ball Committee 3, 4, Football Ball Committee 3, 4, Freshman Orientation Tea 2, Latin Club 3, Triple Trio 3, 4. SENIORS OFFER THEIR TIME JACQUELINE HOLT Big Sisters 4. DOLORES RUTH HOUGHAM Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies 3, Coed Ball 4. ROBERT K. HUBBARD Rife Team 2, Basketball 2. LOIS ANNETTE HUSSION Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, All State Orchestra 3, Civic Symphony 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Orientation Tea 2. JEROME D. JACKSON FRANKLIN R. JOHNSON National Thespians 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3. MALCOLM L. JOHNSTON PETER DART JUNGER National Forensic League 1, 2, 3, 4, National Thes- pians 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, English Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Radio Guild 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Gusher Staff 2, 3, 4, All School Play 2, 3, Junior Follies 3. CORALIE JURGENS National Thespians 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Gusher Staff 4. CHARLES HABLIT KABLER "B" Squad Football 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Squad Football 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Senior- Freshman Assembly 4, "C" Club 4. GUS KAMBORIS Manager of Football, Basketball, and Track 1, 2, 3, "C" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Boys' State 3, Home Room Representative 1. CHRISTINE HELENE KAPELES Girls' League Council 1, Christmas Program 1, Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, Coed Ball Princess 1, Junior Follies 3, Junior Class Treasurer 3, Pals 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Gusher Staff 3. ROBERT KEEGAN Sherdan, Wyoming 1, Newcomers' Club 1, Madrigal 2, All School Play 2, National Thespians 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, All School Play 3, Stage Crew 4. MARLENE KELLER Montana 1, Newcomers' Club 2, Gusher Business Staff 3. MARY RUTH KELLER Baseball 1, 2. PATRICIA KELLIHER Majorette 4, Junior Class Representative 3, Student Council 3, Latin Club 2, Big Sisters 4, Coed Ball 1, 4, Senior-Freshman Assembly 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Freshman Orientation Tea 2, Junior Follies 3. EDWARD J . KELLY Cheerleader 4, Madrigal 3, 4. DOUGLAS KINGDON Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Assembly Band 1, 2, 3, 4, ROTC Band 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Mustang Wrangler Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY LOU KNITTLEL Greybull, Wyoming 1, 2, Big Sisters 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Freshman Orien- tation Tea 2. JERALYN NANCY KOSANKE Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Coed Ball 4, Future Nurses 4. EUGENIA LEE KROH Latin Club 2, Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, All State Orchestra 3, National Honor Society 4. JO ANN KROPP BETTY JEAN LANDRETH JANET CAROLYNE LAMB Spanish Club 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies 3, National Honor Society 4. ALEX MICHAEL LAMPROS Intramural Football 1, 2, Intramural Basketball l, 2, Laramie, Wyoming 3. CONRAD HENRY LAVIN Sophomore Vice President 2, Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3. PATRICIA IRENE LAVIN Junior Follies 3. JOSEPH FRANCIS LEISEK "B" Squad Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Wrestling 4, Junior Follies 3, "C" Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, Commando Bas- ketball 3, 4, Vice President of Spanish Club 3. DONALD RAY LOOMER "B" Squad Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 2, 3, "C" Club 3, 4, Secretary 3. NANCY LEE LUBNAU Detroit, Michigan 1, 2, Pals 4. DON EDWIN LUDWIG "B" Squad Basketball I, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3, Commissioned Officer 4, Madrigal 1, Boys' State 3, ROTC Band 1, 2, Pep Band 1, 2. GEORGIA LEE LENT 'X t "' THOMAS 0. MCATEE 3 ' ELSIE MAE MCCAGHREN ' Future Nurses 3, 4, Pals 4. I is '11 SQ AND ENERGIES DICKSE ANN McLAIN Pals 4. PATRICIA MOONYEAN McCOY GEORGE W. McFARLAND RICHARD L. McGREGOR EDWARD SCOTT McKINNEY Junior Follies 3, Junior,Prom Committee 3, National Honor Society 4. MARVIN MCKINLEY Gusher Staff 4, Newcomers' Club 4, Powell, Wyom- ing 1, 2, 3. TED CARR McNATT Port High, Sentinel, Oklahoma 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN McREYNOLDS Madrigal 1, 2, 3, Senior Triple Trio 3, Junior Follies 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Class Ring Committee 3, Cheyenne 4, Coed Ball Committee 3, Freshman Orientation Tea 2, Football Ball Committee 3. JANET MAEBIUS National Forensic League 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Guild 3, 4, English Club 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Junior gollies 3, Girls' State 3, Big Sisters 4, Swimming eam 1. MURIEL GWEN MARK NORMA JEAN MARSHALL Madrigal 3, Big Sisters 4. GERALDINE MATOOLE Latin Club 2, 3, English Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Big Sisters 4, Junior Follies 3. RICHIE KAY MAXON ALAN ROY MICHAEL Casper Chess Club 4, Track 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, New Mexico 1, 2, Newcomers' Club 3, Annual Staff 3, All School Play 3. CLYDE LEWIS MILLER, JR. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Swing Band 4, Assembly Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mustang Wrangler Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All State Band 3, ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4. DUANE MILLER , CHARLES O. MITCHELL DARLENE C. MITCHELL Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4. ANN MARGARET MORGAN Madrigal 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Junior Follies Trio 3, Senior Triple Trio 4, Girls' League Council 2, 3, 4, Pals 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Class Ring Committee 3. DONALD G. MORRIS Crack Drill Squad 4, Football 2, Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA DEPUE MOSHER Latin Club 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, Future Teachers 4. GEORGE D. MYERS SALLY PAULINE MATTINGLY Madrigal 4, Sextette 4, Newcomers' Club 4. JERRY R. MORRIS JOYCE ARLEN NEAR Laramie, Wyoming 1, 2, Band 2, Drama 2, Junior Follies 3, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Pals 4, Pep Club 2, Gusher Business Staff 4. MAXINE A. NICKERSON MILDRED M. NILSEN Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Second Choir 2, Big Sisters 4, Class Trio 2, 3, National Honor Society 4. JERRY LEE NOLAND PETER BRUCE NOVICK Track 2, 3, 4, Home Room Representative 1, Non- Commissioned Officer 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 4, Junior Follies 3, Intramural Basketball 1, Stage Crew 3, All School Play 4. EUGENE NOVOTNY BARBARA LEE NOWLEN Laramie, Wyoming 1, Newcomers' Club 2, Freshman Orientation Tea 2, Madrigal 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Coed Ball Committee 4, Big Sisters 4, Gusher Staff 4. GARLAND J. OHNSTAN BEVERLY ANN OLSEN Junior Follies 3, Coed Ball 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3. FAWN EA L. O'NEILL Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, Coed Ball 4. HELEN MARY ORTIZ Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Baseball 3. RICHARD L. PARKER Freshman Class Vice President 1, J uilior Class Presi- dent 3, Student Body President 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, "C" Club 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Student Rotarian 4, Track 2, Madrigal 1, 2, 3, Madrigal President 3. CLYDE D. PATTON Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY JEAN PAYNE Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, Coed Ball 4, Madrigal 1. MAX R. PERKINS Band 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, National Thespians 3, 4. EARL S. PERRY Junior Follies 3, Annual Staff 4, Senior-Freshman Assembly 4. RUTH ANNE PERRY National Honor Society 3, 4, Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, Big Sisters 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Junior Follies 3, Gusher Staff 3, 4. JOAN MARILN PETERSON Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, Latin Club 2, Junior Prom Committee 3, Big Sisters '4,' Coed Ball 4. FOR PROMS AND PLAYS NORMA JANE PETERSON Junior Follies 3, Pals 4. PATRICK PHELAN IDA M. PHILLIPS EDWARD G. PICKETT Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Band 2, 3, 4, Military Band 3, 4, Swing Band 3, 4, Junior Follies 3. ROBERT D. PIERCE HERMAN BRUCE PIERCE "C" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Military Representative, Football 2, Track 2, Madrigal 3, 4, Boys' Glee 3, 4, Boys' Octette 3, 4, All State Chorus 3, 4. DORIS J. PILANT' Junior Follies 3, Pals 4. MARY LOU PIPER Newcomers' Club 4, Pierre, South Dakota 1, 2, 3. J EWELL DALPHIN E PITTS Pals 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Junior Follies 3. WILMAR S. PITTS JOLENE C. PONTON Craig, Colorado 1, Freshman Orientation Tea 2, Newcomers' Club 2, Coed Ball 3, 4, Pals 4, Junior Follies 3, Girls' League Council 4. CHARLOTTE MAXINE PORTER Pals 4. DORIS JEAN PORTER Junior Follies 3, Madrigal 4, Swing Band 4, Big Sisters 4, Future Teachers 4. EVELYN C. PORTER Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Coed Ball 4, Gusher Staff 4. ELLEN JEAN PRIOR Big Sisters 4, Newcomers' Club 4. JOHN DREW PRUGI-I Band I, 2, 3, 4, English Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Madrigal 2, 4. MARILYN ROSE PUGH Sophomore Class Secretary 2, Latin Club 3,l Junior Follies 3, Girls' State 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Big Sisters 4. NANCY JEAN RADER Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, National Honor Society 4. JAMES A. RAGER LUCILLE BARBARA RANDALL Newcomers' Club 1, Bandon, Oregon 2, 3. YVONNE J. RIPPON Newcomers' Club 3, Big Sisters 4, Kortes Dam, Wyoming 3. RONALD WARREN ROGERS Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4, "C" Club 3, 4. METTA J. ROUSSALIS Junior Follies 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, English Club 4, Gusher Staff 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 3, State Festival 1, 3, Freshman Orientation Tea 2, Senior Announcement Committee 4x CHARLES L. ROWLAND "B" Squad Football 1, Varsity Football 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 3. WILLIAM A. SCHRANTZ SHIRLEY M. SCHWARTZ Junior Follies 3, Coed Ball 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Majorette 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4. THOMAS M. SCHWARBERG Varsity Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4, "C" Club 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, Commando Basketball 4. TOM HENRY SCHWARTZ JAMES E. SCOTT WILLIAM G. SCOTT Track 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4. CHERIE PATRICIA SCOWN Junior Follies 3, Pals 4. MARGUERITE MARIE SEELAUS Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Follies 4, Senior Triple Trio 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Gusher Staff 3, Madrigal 1, 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Freshman- Senior Assembly 1, Mustang Queen Attendant 4. SALLY JANE SHADER Girls' League Council 1, 2, Coed Ball Queen 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Gusher Staff 3, 4, Big Sisters 4, Senior-Freshman Assem- bly 1. MARIAN L. SHRADER Junior Follies 3, Big Sisters 4, Gusher Staff 4, Coed Ball 4. PATRICIA K. SING Lander, Wyoming 1, 2, 3, Pals 4. DORENE MAE SKINNER ROBERT ERWIN SLACK Junior Follies 3, Non-Commissioned Officer 2. MARIETTA SMITH Junior Band 1, 2, Senior Band 3, 4, Junior Follies 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Pals 4, Future Nurses 4, Senior-Freshman Assembly 4. MARGARET SOLHEIM Junior Follies 3, Pals 4, Dramatics 3, 4. RICHARD W. SORENSON Class Basketball 1, 2, Color Guard 3, 4, Crack Drill Squad 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Officer 2, 3, 4, Com- missioned Officer 4. RICHARD M. SPEESE ff-' DONALD SPRADLING "B" Squad Football 1, 2, Best Drilled Cadet in Mili- tary 2, Junior Follies 3, Crack Drill Squad 4, Senior Class Ring Committee 3, Non-Commissioned Officer 1, 2, 3, Commissioned Officer 4. FOR ALL SCHOOL OCCASIONS ROBERT LEROY STARR Glendo High 1, 23 Newcomers' Club 33 Wrestling 33 Madrigal 3, 43 Boys' Octette 3, 43 All State Festi- val3 Chorus 3. JOHN BRICE- STEELE Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, 43 Junior Follies 33 Boys' State 33 Canteen Council 3, 43 Spanish Club 33 Track 2, 3, 43 Football 3, 43 Senior Class Presi- dent 43 Student Council 43 "C" Club 4. CHARLEEN D. STORY Big Sisters 4g Junior Follies 3. - FRANK LLOYD STORY CARLTON H. STOWE Freshman Class President 13 Sophomore Class Presi- dent 23 Junior Class Vice President 33 Senior Class Vice President 43 Boys' State 33 Junior Follies 3g Senior-Freshman Assembly 1, 43 "Bu Squad Football l, 23 Class Basketball 1, 2, 3. GEORGE W. STRUCK EUGENE P. SULLIVAN "C" Club Boxing 2, 43 Junior Follies 33 Track l, 2, 3. 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 43 Freshman-Senior Assembly lg Color Guard 2. GERALD A. SULLIVAN Crack Drill Squad 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4:'G6C,, Club Fights 1, 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Color Guard 2. WALLACE W. STAMPER BARBARA J. SWEET Newcomers' Club3 National Honor Society 4. KATHRYAN M. TAYLOR JOHN WALDO TEETER Band 1, 23 Intramural Basketball 1, 23 Varsity Bas- ketball 3. 43 Home Room Representative 33 DAR World History Essay Winner 23 Track 1. LUCILLE V. TEMPLE Junior Follies 33 Junior-Senior Prom Committee3 Pals. LAWRENCE LAVERNE THOMAS VICTOR A. TOMLIN Mount Carmel 13 Football 2, 3, 43 "C" Club. DAN GARLAND TURNER Track l. 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 4g Baseball 2, 3g "C" Club 4. ' LOLA MAE UNANGST Pals 4. ELMER WAYNE UNDERWOOD Freshman Class President lg "B" Squad Basketball 1, 23 "B" Squad Football 1, 23 Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Varsity Football 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Student Council 1, 43 "C" Club Vice President 43 Boys' State 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 "C" Club 3, 43 Student Body Vice President 4. HARRY F. VENABLE Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 3g National Honor Society 3, 4. RITA VODEHNAL MARTHA BELLE WATT Gusher Staff 33 Junior Follies 3, 43 Madrigal 2. 3. 43 Mixed Octette 33 Senior Triple Trio 43 District Music Festival 2, 3. CAROL E. WEHRLI Madrigal 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Follies 33 Spanish Club 43 Girls' League Council Secretary 43 Big Sisters Secretary 43 Canteen Council 33 English Club 43 Freshman Orientation Tea 23 Coed and Football Ball Committees 4. JOSEPH F. WELLS Latin Club 2, 3. DARRELL H. WHITMAN FFA 1, 23 Music 1. 23 Class Officer 2. MELVIN ORA WILLIAMS Football 1, 2. WESLEY C. WIMBER EILEEN JUNE WINGERT Junior Follies 33 Pals 4. ESTHER L. 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