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

 - Class of 1957

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Our training, we teel, has given the impetus for our graduates to rise as our mountains in the leadership of this state and nation and to match modern thought as the breadth of our plains Bring me men to match my mountains Bring me men to match my plains Men with empires in their purpose And new eras in their brains SAM JVALTER FOSS f-qu-'-"W Am' ,. wx -' mHqWywwfL,,4i:iHWWeQwN1mx,a AM-M-H ,tw - v ,H UW' "H ,a YVal5i1" Mostly If is Har land, CJITGI7 flaws, ami roffmq prames . , a rhythm, a pace ser, charmqe on change, anm5CrU1ab!efUrUre. SLNLELUG PREFACE ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENTS CLASSES ADVERTISERS IIIBLE wx? QJ5.y3f5,W4:a ,M +V' Qg"'.:.g,y 7 -,JQ'fV1."g5.g ', I 'Q' 'Qs 7 , . A . Hof In . I CONTENTS Aff' - ' ' KFXYQWH ' 'gif 15 Li ..y'.-Y gg Y... - .A 9 I 4 .J Top row: Pat Howard, Kay Metcalf, Susan Pace, Daphne Schaull, Carla Duncan, Sandy Dickensheets. B o t to m row: Sheila Mahoney, Jo Anne Blower, Donna Swisher, Linda Merritt. hx-fElYvg ,X NIQLQY -'LQ LQ X5cac.k, D QL Q x .gk 25 5' XQ Czfcgk SLN: 0 .Q N gxxcg Ngo-,C LXN wx". X k kimgcgb 3-J U CEA. FUTURE GIRLS AND Each year a number ot iunior boys and girls are chosen by the Amer- ican Legion, by its Aux- iliary, and by the faculty of the high school to participate in the me- chanics of a miniature state. Here they learn how our government is set up and they enter in- to elections and court LEADERS BOYS STATE sessions run by them- selves. Selection for Boys' and Girls' State is one of the outstanding honors ofthe iu n i o r year. Russell Donley's election to Boys' Nation and his trip to Washing- ton, D. C. marked the peak of this activity tor 1956. "' fditfwfh ' f 9, ,J E jul., 'E . f7'cfWl!fi !lia far. Q: 4 X 4 Ron Tippetts of Laramie, Senator Frank Barrett, and Russell Donley in the Senate Building in Washington. Top row: John Buchanan, Bob Thompson, Del Wight, Bob Evans, Brad Laughlin. Bottom row: Russell Donley, Everett McCrary, Milton Adamson, Virgil Russell. 7 Lower right: Gary Leon- ard with Doris Pomeroy contemplates his future military honors. ,rj i F ii ? ix 1. Honorary Maiors: Jackie Van Scoy, Linda Merritt, Carolyn Joins, Vickie Logas, Georgia Doll, Mary Olga Upper left: Sandy Nelson and Lt. Col. Frank Lytle dance proudly beneath the insignia oftl1eFiftlt Army. X 'W' W. Q ' sa -N-..-Q4 ,-ff on Vi iinnpqb H L wif ' X We -H-' . 'M X" if A X TOMORROW'S Sgt. Dick Babcock, Captain John Rous- salis, and Lt. Gerald Teeter proudly dis- play their awards for the best drilled squad, the best drilled company, and the loest drilled platoon. DEFENSE . annual drill-down to determine the best-drilled cadet Lower rwghh Trwunwphant Ron Fisher and runner up, Sunny Nightwine, receive the best drnlled cadet awards from Mr, Walsh. wh-- Q... , . ,...,.... ,,,..,-- vw A i V 24- , ,,,, Own. S-, , ooo ,JH 1 gf':f4f3:?a A T T. -1 4 .1 , 9, :W sf V Q'J1L"'?l4 J ., rf, ' uf-Q45 .. gf' - ll3n54?l,f:3 Y S J N Q., A ,. . Pole vaulters, Johnny Mitchie, Jim Pet- tipiece, and Skip Ve Vault during one of their rare relaxed moments. EXPLORE TODAY'S Lower left: Don't let these iokers get you down, Buck. CBUCR Buchananj r k, A X ! I , , 1 p wr. .V 1 I I M 1 A 1, Q ff v .4 94, fr :K , ei ls Several members of the track squad as they gave the photographer a break. Back row: Dennis Skinner, Bob Thompson, Jim Petti- TRIEICK ? V a f 7,, if X rr, " ' gm 1 ' f 1 ,M xx . ,-m-.-- ' - .. It IA? V ms 3. 'il , 'ii if -4, nf x 1' . M gg N N , we J Tru- - -I . 4 -WMM? 'S-V 3 r in v-"1 '27-' 4' 57 s A --""4esem-A ' r' . + f-gn - In A.'r""'9'P':4H'2fi I .. -fe:-fe-M of ,, ' Q HORIZONS I I, 1 -J -..,' X piece, Russ Donley , -L Vg! J- ,, A AFI' I 1 ly-1' Bottom row: Johnny Mitchie, Ted Sellers, Skip DeVault, and Hi Gernert. aan---I' .ns .Q . ,pf .K , r . K S . 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Yrvr ax I ' fi-.,lWL' . Q1 ' y K 1 " ff 01 lr K ' Q s W1-'1 l' , If . l I ll N A' '-A. y 1 Just like wishing on a star, isn'1 ' ,f ' ' y ff .Q , it, Barbara Puryear, Dean Lot- ! i I I" X' s Ci J d D -, , speicn, an y ones, an eege I ll, GribbFn9 f ff y ll f I I ,xy 1 ff 1' i! ' J I if :I Y ' , r If" , ' f f 'ao f on f , f , ff f My yr y , JuNioR 1 l lf f I l I ' ' ' f I PROM . 6 1 I , r l . A X Jil ff The bandstand, one of the more color- l fl ' .gf ful arfracfions of The dance, was a XX 5' green and yellow striped sl'1eik's ?aVlllOndSIUglOUQTled by a Wall Ol mul- Juniors, Terry Williamson, Vivian Cmnt, Oscar Morris, moore OUS Ogsoms' and Jennane Nelson, rest tired feel after dancing To vigorous music played by the Dave Hallowell Band from the University of Wyoming. "1 i if f i , r F ,A s -fuylub f '- vm? -. 1 4 ...nr fe -.4 ' i A? inf K is Q, Q X Q5 f 'Z . 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Elf , 1 Qt Ib i'1 1 5' -M0 aff' -:Q 51152 ,W :W ..v .,.., 13 -nr 'as -1 ff! is fix: 'Q '. -,A I 'iii W ...W f. lg ,4- 1' S. K. WALSH, Principal ,ami iv! ,if CATHERINE WILSON, Attendance Clerk PRINClPAL'S MESSAGE: Mountains and plains suggest many in- spirational thoughts that can be trans- ferred to our feelings about N. C. H. S. They hold Treasures that are responsible for the growth and development of our Western empire. The school has helped you develop your treasures of resources. As time goes by, may this book be a reminder of happy high school days. 7' , I in MARTHA MARTIN, REQiSff6f I9 OFFICE STAFF ' ' Pauly Clark Payroll Clerk Conme Atwood and Barbara Brennan Clerks Georgna Sablne Secretary WALTER SAVAGE Busmess Manager Stella Russell, Cashier, Nora Rnngle, Storeroom Clerk, and Maude Joslyn, Bookkeeper l l ll we K' V4 A , : , 5 fi " ,. pf? - 'Q 4 if A 4 N 3 nl 1 : r C ,X Q 'm N, m. ll if if Q9 A X ,L , , THE MUSTANG STAFF Q Patsy Huey Typist Judy Ellen Best Business Manager Sandy Jones Club and Faculty Editor Sandy Dickensheets Associate Editor Miss Ferns Sponsor Larry Johnson Assistant Photographer and Miss Hill Sponsor. A group of hard working trekkers was the annual staff. Starting out on the valley floor and moving up hills of experience and year- book tactics, the MUSTANG mountaineers learned much in their year of planning. With Miss Feris and Miss Hill charting the course, the nine successfully topped the last pinnacle, the final deadline. To learn from the experience of others, Kay and Sandy went to Journalism Weekend in Laramie where the MUSTANG took first in advertising, second in photography, and was placed in the runner-up spot to the All-State annual, Pacemaker awards went to the following pages: our high school in color, queens, football, and honors. Sandy came home with the second place award in newswriting. The girls learned much and went to work with a feeling of knowing what it was all about. Early in the fall, Casper dealers and merchants found themselves deluged with ad seekers. The staff members campaigned for four weeks and were soon over the ad quota. In the opening weeks of school another campaign was staged, that of selling down-pay ments on the MUSTANG. These two campaigns were only the pioneering, however, in a whirlwind came class pictures, club write-ups, layout planning, faculty listing, and deadline details. What had seemed work at first became fun and looking back the staff could laugh at the crevices and ridges that seemed at the time so hard to span. UIQ Dave Gribbin, Ad Editor, Kay Metcalf, Editor, Milton Adamson, Senior Editor, and Bob Moll, Head Photographer. STUDENT COUNCIL 4- f - K my Front row: Milton Adamson, Student Body Secretary, Susan Pace, Girls' Vice President, Russell Donley, Student Body President, Buck Buchanan, Boys' Vice President, and Skip DeVault, Student Body Treasurer. Second row: Dorothy Sorenson, Sophomore Representative, Jim Pettipiece, Junior Class President, Kay Metcalf, Mustang Representative, Daphne Shaull, Gusher Representative, Ken McDowell, Senior Class Presi- dent, Ann Rodibaugh, Clerk of the Court, Gary Leonard, Military Representative. Standing: Mike Cohee, Freshman Representative, Morris Thomason, Freshman Class President, Mr. Grant Boyles, Sponsor, Sam Samuelson, Junior Class Representative, and Tom Fake, Sophomore Class President. In order to guide the pioneers across the plains, the trailblazers marked out signs for the travelers. Even with the clearly defined trails, there was still a need for interpretation and guiding of the trains. In Natrona County High School, the guides are appointed or elected to the Student Council. As the council governs a city so the Student Coun- cil governs the activity of the school. Since the beginning ot the school year, 1956- Members of the Judiciary Council to the left are: Dave Gribbon, Prosecuting Attorney, Chuck Steensland, Bill Ford, Denny Grant, As- sistant Chairman, Pat Howard, Chairman, Dick Cheney, Assistant Clerk, Ann Rodibaugh, Clerk, Joany Frandsen, Lynn Loyd, Cecil Baker. 57, the council enacted legislation to better the conditions of the school. Student Courts, the first of their kind over the state were formed for the betterment of the school as a whole, a bigger homecoming celebration was planned, and this year's parade was said to be the best in the his- tory of N. C. H. S. Trying to guide the students through law is the primary function ofthe council, our N. C. H. S. trail bosses. GIRLS' LEAGUE COUNCIL Susan Pace, President of Girls' League Council, and Mrs. Scifers ponder the agenda for the next vveek's rneeting. Bottom row: Vivian Grant, Patty Cunningham, Treasurer, Gayle Gallington, Tana Moore, Janet Allen, Secretary, Linda Pummill, Kit Pirie, Top row: Dixie Black, Cile Pace, Mary Sue Baker, Vice President, Mary Annetta Yeamans, Phyllis Angevine, Kay Metchal, Lynn Vincent, Sheila Doing. Q7 L The past year was one of new ideas and plans for the Girls' League Council. The membership was equalized by having tive girls from each class in- stead ot allowing the seniors a majority. This group is important as it is the governing body of the girl population ot the school. The council had an auxiliary composed of last year's members who were not re- elected. Each year the girls sponsor the annual Football Ball in honor of the players. This year the theme was "Fantasy Land," a dance to be remem- bered by all attending. An autographed football was presented to a senior member ot the team. At Christmas there was a party with a gift exchange. In the spring the Orientation Tea was sponsored by the sophomore members of the League, and it was given for the in-coming freshmen to acquaint them with N. C. H. 5. The newest members of the high school to be on the council were Kay Havill, Joy King, Twila Dorn, Helena Brown, Pat Donovan, and Patsy Healy. DEPARTMENTS our aching sight Info the measur less e Ni Y iN Tm xx -...rf- ..fI""r Vw fl, M, J N XY WF N-..,,' 'bd' in ENGLISH 1 'L h s W gs :Y 13- UV, , L K, QV ., ,. -ga. A M 'Tr 'six if 9 'f "'-V MISS FERIS, Head of the Eng- lish Department Miss Hill, Miss Eide, Mr. Anderson, and Miss Lindsey listen intently to Miss Gadbery tell of her European trip. Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Heylmum, and Mrs. Lofgram hear Mr, Burrus' interpretation Mrs. Lofgram explains to Mike O'Connell of "Lingo," an English class word game. "mountain ot a man." .All RAIN Mu 43' . . M.,-, . ul 9 4 ff -J DEPARTMENT Many Eastern people think that West begins with the boundary of Pennsylvania and that Indians of Wyoming hide behind bushes and rocks ready to shoot venturesome tourists. Those misinformed Eastern neighbors of ours would be sur- prised to learn that we know as much about the ODYSSEY and the works of Shakespeare as they. One of the goals of the English Department is to give a little ap- preciation of literature so that our young Westerners will have a feel- ing of ease in the company of men who wrestle with windmills and defy nature as symbolized by a whale. Our teachers emphasize skill in composition and we are all proud of those who "make the grade" in various phases of future schooling and professions. Finally, we are proud that these children of the plains and mountains can "spin a yarn" about Indians and cowboys which can fool an Eastern dude. and Susan Baker that U. S. Grant was a MISS MCBRIDE, Head of the Language De- partment -mf .Av- LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Mr. Wells, Mr, Deti, Miss Shidler, Miss Will, and Mrs. Tarter translate a page from a text book. Miss Shicller explains to the parents of our Freshmen the infinite adventures to be found in a Latin class. Enrichment ot a student's English vocabulary and an understanding of a spoken language is the ultimate aim of our Foreign Language Department. Our Latin, Spanish, and French classes hold for each person a mountain of varied education and an expanse of fun and adventure. This departments objective is to bring our neighbors across the sea and us closer together by giv- ing N. C. H. S. students a background and appreciation of their arts and cus- toms. SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT ...l- 4'5" I .+- V A 'gm ,WA Mr. Ward, Miss Wilhelm, Mr. Sullins, Miss Peyton, Miss LaViolette, and Mr. Clark are quite interested in the maps found on other walls of this room. rf 1 All of the several classes of the Social Science Department are equally interesting and vital to a student who aspires to be a leader on any trail that he may choose to follow. Each class from American History to Social Problems brings to every individual an insight to the mechanics of a tree, demo- cratic government and a brighter outlook on life's seemingly darkest mysteries and problems. The hoped-for accomplishment ot this department is to see all of its students realize their ambitions and to find their "places in the sun." Head of the Social Science Depart- ment, MR. RUSSELL. if Mrs. La Violette is pleased with Doug Kinnaman's display of guns ranging from i843 to 1914. Sl fi jp, I '- A 1 "H mg: .l ss. F' MATHEMATICS 327 I MISS SMITH, the head of the Mathe- ,X matics Department The math teachers include Miss Walker, Mr. Weishaar, Mrs. Rymill, Mr. Myers, Mr. Mercer Mrs. Gibbs, Mr. Pomeroy, and Mr. Brown. Did Miss Smith ever tell you boys the answer, Mr. Myers and Mr. Brown? DEPARTMENT Towards the end of the second sux weeks Mass Walkers help became valuable to Mary Jo Bnlle Dorothy Burger and Carole Ann Jones Mathematlcal traunnng IS the tranl to the peak an under standing the Impact of modern technology and science on our social and polltlcal economy Workers ot tomorrow wxll yet have ranges to explore and obstacles to overcome they wlll have to know about the nature of nuclear fnsston the characterlstucs of a radar net and the dlfflcultles to be spanned nn the construction of supersonuc let mlssnles The derstands the necesslty for our students to have a basic knowledge In thus fleld and has become a stepplng stone nn the brldge to the future Mathematscs may brletly be detnned as the science ot quantities and IS one of the most Important dlsclplanary studles whnch engage the practncal student whsle sclence deals exclustvely wnth thtngs as they are tn themselves However the math and sclence departments work together to bring to the students every opportuntty for co hesnve ap plxcatlon between the two fields L R BRANNAN mathematical department of Natrona County High School un- X SCIENCE M. J, BEITEL, Head ofthe Science Department f"'Nn HARRY GELDIEN ERNEST P MARSCHALL EARL RAY To reach the summut ot scuentutnc under standlng us the goal tor our Science De partment lt is their amloltlon that ultimate appreciation can be attalned by the people The honzons are unlurnuted In the varnous tuelds of thus work and be cause ofthe unterest and background pro I ed I0 our hugh school there tremendous opportunity for these traals and expanses to be explored as we study everythung from the analysis and synthesis of mountains and water To the evolution of anlrnals and Why It IS harder to breathe at the summlt than on the plains ROBERT E LAHTI ? . ' ' ' ' an 2' . . . E A . v'd ' ' , is a I 7 lvl E Q . gi u g ff T2 T . ' s ? I fr: 4 fu , JR, WM, u l T 'i'x'.L f 1 V- r ' - I. . . ii' 'X .V .yt I , l 1 ' , A 41 V ' . Q Qs?-zfiti 5 at DEPARTMENT GEORGE A WILSON LEONARD L BRAKKE With Us tn memory To anyone who hadnt been IH a chemnstry class this experurnent would be very confuslng but to Mr Lahtu Elaine Hefley and Claire Moore It ns lust an apparatus for the fractuonal dnstlllatlon of crude oll Nancy Davus and Tom Masek work nn the background COMMERCIAL I MR. HIMEBAUGH, head of the Com- mercial Deparr- fTlef'lf ES- 'aff In f ,l- .4 -...LZ I Miss Rippon, Miss Sprang, and Mrs. Einer are amused with Mrs. FusseIman's instructions for the mimeograph machine. Mrs. Overmoe, Miss Michalke, Mrs. Burgess, Miss Richards, and Mr. Field, all Commercial teachers. DEPARTMENT A business education is one of the most valuable that a student can secure in high school Our Commercial Department is excellent for all types of fundamentals in the business field Here students have the opportunity to learn shorthand and typing to the extent of being able to excel By applying themselves they soon become top notch bookkeepers We feel that this department is instrumental in producing many leaders of the future from Natrona County High School Machine bookkeeping will be a boon to Glenda Colburn and Judy Hill if they become professional bookkeepers after graduation These Senior girls were described as the best that had ever helped demonstrate new teach ing methods in typing an estimate of an expert at the State Teachers Meeting HOME ECCJNOMICS DEPARTMENT usrtil' ll MRS VVALTERS Home Econornlcs Deparrmenf Head Mrs Schmelzel shovvs Mlss Jackson and Ml s a eclr h J To sew a llne seam ,,,,,,,.-.N A most valuable level of high school training as realized ln The Home Economics Deparlmenf of N C H S Reaching gurls of all four classes Thus branch prepares our future homemalcers To meet any obstacle and To see all horuzons I0 llfe The sludenls learn the nulrmve values of foods from cereals To corn beef why ll IS necessary To be dressed neatly vvhule applylng for employment and hovv To help a problem chuld 45 fum , N-uns 1-L 1 X'x , E K ummm. 'f A model breakfasl is prepared by Joyce Sallerfleld, Arlene Carr Janet Anderson, Sylvia Relmers, and Joan Lindenmyer. "Sportsmanship is the goal, but practice is the road to it." This is the policy used at Natrona County High School by the Physical Education and Military departments. By recognizing that a person's health is his most valuable possession, teachers in the departments, Working with the nurse, combine the adages, providing a safe, healthful, and interesting education tor all stu- dents. Mrs . McCallum, the school nurse. an f,..4 ,1 'til r wry 4. F' 1 .r xi Mr. Cheeley, head of the Physical Education Department, and football and track coach, and Mr. Erickson, basketball coach. Miss Wheeler an Physical Education r' l d Mrs. Yates, teachers of Girls r , i Sgt, Adams, Major Moss, and Sgt. Wesley ofthe Military Department. 39 ART AND MUSIC DEPARTMENT MR. EARL REED, head ofthe Art Department. Mrs. Grace Jacobsen, head of the vocal music, and Mrs, Jeanne Therkildsen, glee teach- er. The two fields of music and art perhaps do more for the individual student than any other phase of schooling. Natural Talent is the only requirement to excel and learning is made easy because Text books are not always necessary. Proof of the congruity of these two equally lovely gifts is The annual Christmas pageant, a combina- tion of Music and Creative Art. MR. BLAINE COOL- BAUGH, head of the Instrumental Music Department VOCATIONAL SKILLS 8 , 2 2- Mr. Scullen, Mr. Blondin, and Mr. Michael of Machine Shop To a large part of the male population of Natrona County High School, the classes shown here are a challenge to the boys' creative ability and the courses are a lure to adventure in specialized fields. Auto Mechanics, Wood Shop, and Mechanical Drawing, as in years before, are paving the way toward greater opportunities for many interested in skilled work. Since the abundance of water trom Alcova and Semi- noe turned some of our plans into productive farms, the boys saw a new future in agriculture, a new ag course was introduced in l956. - 3 it .gi 7 , -S s . 2' , 1' M I A Downer, Agriculture teacher Mr. Messimer, Industrial Arts, and Mr. Wirth, Mechanical Drawing 4I CLASSES Evening comes slowly here where afternoon ew! SM Mau 'iv 1-15,5 Has tipped pine shadows . . . dark hills withdraw into the dusk This peaceful hour, this liffle pool of light. -PEGGY SIMPSON CURRY ,uf ' Q . ,,j W . 4 , I 1 '. , ' .H w15.-i ,,f2g,.,. 'Z I 9 I Av . ffl is 'eff' ' Q .64 f . x -it wal. 5" ia. E. wh. FRESHMEN wx 2 X1 l' 'S Seated Margo Nlchols Vnce Presldent Kathleen Hemry Sponsor and Larry Verung Secre tary Treasurer Standing Muke Cohee Representatuve and Mauruce Thompson Presndent The school year l956 57 welcomed the largest class to enter N C H S the Class of l96O Sxx hundred strong these young men and women showed thenr eagerness to excel by proving academxc and athletlc abllltnes as well as outstand mg cutnzenshlp Wuth the help ot Mass Hemry as sponsor they entered a float un the homecoming parade welcomnng the vlsltnng team In October an otflclal wel come was gxven the Freshman gurls at the Co Ed Ball where Margo Nichols Kay Havlll and Twlla Dorn goyously rergned as queen and princesses Offucers elected by the class were Morrns Thompson Margo Nnchols Larry Verung and Mike Cohee There wall be many henghts to attann and ridges to span during the next three years but there wnll be a cloudless horizon wanting for the enthuslastlc and am bmous class of 60 FRESHMEN These young plainsmen, encountering their first difficult obstacles ,, ,,, . 1" fi"'i .4 J f ll l 'A A lmvl, , A Q 6 . 5 , :M ' J . . r 3+ ' . 'lf if : ' 'H 'Z H f tt-f i,Mi,frf1-f f' l , a ,mx 51 X' I ' ' v ' . t ' fu- ' " - W y f fx l I A f Bottom row: Borwell, Bill, Cowdin, Duane, Anderson, James Chandler, Gene, Bush, Larry, Bittleston, Eddie, Boston, Kay, Second row: Bechtol, Stanley, Bentley, Roger, Bailey, Walt Andrews, Floyd, Bainter, Jim, Baker, Cecil, Brown, Kermit Beall, Robert. Third row: Allison, Larry, Caster, Martin, Cook, Jerry, Ahern, Mike, Costello, Ralph, Cohee, Mike, Cheney, Bob Bottom row: Beatty, Darlene, Atchly, Jimmie, Lee, Bryan Doris Bille, Mary Jo, Beckham, Sandra, Beatty, Judith, Brown, Mary Second row: Blakely, Judy, Baker, Susan, Adamson, Mary Jane Brewer, Wanda, Andrews, Orsinia, Baker, Jackie, Bohannon Martha, Burger, Dorothy. Third row: Bishop, Eleanor, Baldwin Jeraldirtez Anderson Marie, Applehans, Mary, Brewer Carolyn 1 r Clark, John, Boudreaux, Chestin. Fourth row: Barker, Lewis, Cobb Stephen, Barrett, Greg, Bowman, George, Cobb, Don, Branney, Wrlliam, Braly, Dan, Bridgman, Rex. Top row: Bridges, Albert, Bristow, Danny, Barnard, Michael, Baker, Jim, Boor, Dwight, Amadio, Chuck, Barber, Jimmy, Askrnan, Tommy. Bronson, Sue, Bradley, Karen, Boles, Dannielle, Fourth row: Burk, Dorothy, Bennett, Therese, Breikjern, Sandy, Brown, Helena, Benton, Georgia, Baker, Cecilia, Bolinger, Connie, Burris, Marlorie, Bittleston, Dorothy, 'lop rowf: Allison, Jane, Byer, Joy, Boaska Vicki, Borchers, Mildred, Annis, Pansy, Andrews, Mary, Ackerman, Martha, Angeyine Janice. ,, Q 6 ,, E ' x :L tfzit. ' ' 1 " ::, 5' "M, V -my i'N, itat, 1: 1 9 '17 are realizing Iife's greatest ioys. 17 'v- 5 I 4' N 3 if Q if ,, 'lik A-' . gp! 1 f J eu J Q Bottom rovv: Carlson, Mary Ann, Cady, loletta, Fitzgerald Claudia, Carrier, Janet, Eager, Tontiriy Ann, Dorn, Twila Carter, Lela. Second row.: Dry, Diane, Daige, Joyce, Conner, JoAnnette, Christensen, Betsy, Chanibiirs, Lynne, Cox, Sharon Crow, Bethel, Carey, Kay, Third ron: Donn, Carol, Corson Maxine, Cornet, Crystal, Crowell, Susan, Doyle, Patricia, Cole Bottom row: Fisher, Fred, Freel, Gary, Feezer, Gay, Gehring, Steve, Gray Darrell, Golden, Mike, Fen.r.iclr Alan. Second row: Davis, Brent, Gitlorcl, Bob, Ervin Richard, Downs, Bob, Forts, Richard, Firth, Keith, Gunnett, Al, Denald, Cordell. Third row: Knapp, Gary, Gloyd, Mike, Hockett, John, Gronning, Sam, Evans, Kenneth, Englernan, Gerry, Everage, George, Dugan, 8 9 all Q' .6 1 - Ma-' ,' I .f J' ' in 1 394' A i . 4 .i sm' lim.. Jean, Clark, Sandra, Chipps, Joyce, Grant, Gloria. Fourth row: Carstens, Judy, Flinn, Karin, Edwards, Carole Ann, Franklin, Judy, Caughie, Pat, Cook, Roxanne, Enderson, Diane, Donovan, Pat, Derr, Judy. Top row: Damon, Sylvia, Dalton, Linda, Dobbins, Ronna Lee, Christopher, Nancy, Cogan, Mary, Davis, Bertha, Clapp, Barbara, Christn'tan,SanC1ra. Jirn, Frier, Warren. Fourth row: George, Ralph, Gearhart, James, Davis, Larry, Durham, Kenneth, DeLain, John, Franck, Gray, Dowler, Earl, Dovvler, Jack, Top roxy: Cauthorn, Ivan, Derby, James, DuBois, Hubert, Croy, Bob, Harris, Mike, Diesburg, Tim, Dixon, Mike, Diesborg, Terry, l. FRESHMEN E V ,I gf! .A xx R ,J gi J if , l . I s .A J - or i - 5, M' Bottom row: Hegglund, Jim, Hammond, Burt, Kaufman, Perry, Jacquot, Neal, Hocker, Scott, Jensen Jerry, Helms, Ralph. Second row: Heatley, Bill, Hitt, Abe, Klocksiem, Neil, Hudson, Gerald, Hamilton Jim, Keefe, Bill, Jones, Jim, Long, John, Latvala, Warren. Thifd row: Howser, Donald, Larramendy, Noel, King, Morgan, Kelly, James, Keimig, Alan, Johnson, Charles, Howard, Gary, Hoffman, Dave. Fourth row: Hamlet, Bob, Kruse, Jerry, Joslyn, Don, Huber, Kelvin, Kelly, Jack, Lewis, Don, Harper, Jack, Horton, Ron, Top row: Key, Kelly, Hill, Bill, Hawkes, Gary, Holloway, Tommy, Hedstrom, Ralph, Hamilton, Jim, Hansen, Chuck, Hughes, George. Janet Schwarz, Kay Lowham, Jan Thomas, and Jean Lytle watch the clever skit at the annual Orientation Tea. Fresh- man girls who enter N.C.H.S. are well informed about the setup of our school uniforms, traditions, courses of study, mv sports, and iust plain fun, The sponsoring sophs take every eighth grader on a tour of the building and ex' plain every corridor ancl every room. The annual tea is a mountainous task, but it is a rewarding one. N 0 ,c W ' IA, . 0,531 u f"' s K K 4 ' 1 N 9 ' W ' ff .4 Sally Irving holds the material in place as Dannie Boles makes the first crucial cot towards a new skirt. Bottom row: Gillis, Sharlyn, Harris, Jean, Graf, Catherine, Hoover, Donna, Harkscn, Kitty, Hack, Patricia, Farnsworth, Ivy. Second row: Healy, Patsy, Freeman, Phyllis, Farley, Fern, Gosnell, Carolyn, Gottfried, Patricia, Gerrard, Carole, Gilman, Deanna. Third row: Greenhalgh Sara, Hull, Janet, Hamilton, Bonnie, Holder, Josie, Heck, Gerry, Hudson, Betty Lee, Hammond, Jacque, Grace, Sandra, Graham, Joan. Fourth row: Hack, Donna, Harris, Kathleen, Helzer, Sharon, Holmes, Joan, Hampton, Roberta, Harbaugh, Penny, Garner, Earlene, Giclley, Marlin, Fortier, Jenenne, Gillespie, Marilyn. .. l Fritts, Barbara, Flavin, Susan, Top row: Fox, Joliann, Hall, Susan, Hoffman, Marilyn, Frorik, Arlone, FRESHMEN 4? uf, x Q: "fk..'J' 7 av- r 10 .A ' 1 . 3 H 1 -3 W 1 4 .- 8 o-N, an """ 4, x ., 'fb 3 J,.,,r Bononw row.: Kenneny Kay, King, Joy, Jenkins, Rose, Lyrle, Fourth row: N.coJI, DonneJI, Kignr, Mary Ann, Herren, Caro yn Jean: L0'yd, I-vnn, Jones, Caroicf Kilgore' Comme' SQLOHCJ VOW1 HMI, Karen, Kern, Rowena, Kadlick, Clara, Keney, Betty, Larson Koe-Jllng, Sondra, Howard, Soc, Lybycr, Vande, Honey, Donie, Connie, Lovylwarn, Kay Top row, Lynch, Judy, Lanworeaux, Sa LGUCL KGVUWI LCJWCVYZJ KGTJW7 HSWJJ, KEHY- Third VOW3 HBYWCYJ Lrnk Rita, Johnson, Doann, Jones Linda, Myers, Marsha, Jo n CaroJyn, Hotcncraff, Joan, Irving, Sally, Johnson, Donna, 5011 Jody, Kinnison, Sherrill, Lorenz, Lynn, Myers, CaroJ, Johnson, Barbara, Nidwolson, Ida. Bottom ro.-.. Morrin Gka'r,, ,'.'Jor,-Jwcm,5a Gena, Ondlr-r Rodney, Qfnrnorrd Fo rr? ron, Pon, Prod, MQGQQ Pm, MQQUQ Q McCabe, Bn, O'Brion, Jonn, O'Nea L-Jonard, Prnz, Boyd, ,'.'Mkc, Cldpp Guorge, Morgan, Danny, Mass, Jinx, McPherson Second rox.. Mnyo, Linn, Ortrz, Tony, Pmggr, Joe, Mwgd larry, Unk, LQNJS, larry, rnoorv, Leon Top row: MrJJf:r, Richard A Loucks, Donnie, Oyurrnan Ccorgc, Novak-IJ, Rohvrv, Noonan, M'C,f"'V BJIW' MCEJHUVWJ MJJQCI p0'WJkf Bob? Mwre, R0 UT Tomy Miyemdeyy DOUUJBSI p,,,,,Cy, HO,,,,mv Thin, ,OVIZ Mayo MrRoburts, BMJ, Mcpnwsorf Jaw, Moore, Jury, MiddJeton Robert, MtVNrJJiarn5, Don, McCuJJy, M TM, Pam, Tornrny, On D'f"J"'- Germd, Mariiey, Bob, Maxon Gary, Munn, Denny, Pwerson, 'K ' W H . If . - . A 6 , 1 -:syn " R, 1' -12. 1 'A li ' "" as , 4 ?5ni' l l ig L., i E111 .19 Q i Y s 4 J X tt Bottom row: Solomon, Bill, Robey, Jerry, Slates, Harold, Rodda, Tommy, Rikard, Hansen, Reynolds, Stan, Ritthaler, Bill. Second row: Perry, Joe, Peck, Larry, Smith, Darryl, Staufter, Rissler, David, Jim, Reed, Jim, Salzman, Lee, Steenslancl, Dennis, Scheidt, Edwin. Third row: Roberts, Tommy, Reigan, Bobby, Sample, Curt, Porter, Lanny, Schulz, Boardman, Sherwin, Norm, Bottom row: McCants, Louise, Morgan, Cherrill, Patton, Cathy, POYTGV, Beulah, Pearson, Sandy, Milacelc, Barbara, McDaniel, Yvonne. Second row: Moon, Dora, Mclntosh, Donna, Miller, Bc-rnadine, Morton, Sharon, Norris, Ruth, Powers, Betty, McLain, Hope, Orton, Carol. Third row: Nicolaysen, Karen, Mafoole, Patti, Marker, Patricia, Molyneux, Berdena, MacBricle, linda, m I as fs Li ' we 'V' ,', R' A t W . as -Agri ,, EQ, X 1 J M V 5 i 1 l ,ef-' ,pg ,, , -r N , f. B' Ai i . f , i L B --5 , J Q- 'i Q Q ff ,L A L N r. M . Q 1 L-F-l -fr lv , ' Q A t V ,ry - if , W A Y 7 V , A .1 1-, 4, . '-3 ,i ' ' 4 4 i 5 V Q 4 ig, K4 , - ,,,, xy 55" U , f G Ryan, Dennis, Sweeney, Donald. Fourth row: Schmitz, Stexe, Stagg, Ronnie, Stephens, Craig, Sclilager, Stanley, Rich, Gary, Scheler, Garry, Shelsta, Rod, Selby, Ramon, Pierce, Jerry. Top rovv: Rogers, Earl, Smith, Bob, Rayburn, Delbert, Rayburn, Jimmy, Smith, Bill, Rightmire, Gary, Rue, Tommy, Rogers, Milne, Seivevwright, Stanley. Miller, Shaion, McCarthy, Nlariahnr-, Mahoney Ilan. Fourth row: Min:how, Sherolyn, Millard, Sandra, Monn, Marian, M,hr, Kay, Miranda Inge, McClintock, Marilyn, Meek Sandi, Means, Marty Jo, Miles, Georgia. Top row: Perrett, Barbara, Niahaffey, Juanita, Ma,or, Molly, Novctny, Mary Arlene, Nickeson, Barbara Jo, Nemeclc, Sandy, Ntchols, Margo, O'Neal, Dona. . Mi L Q- Qg v . M SS' ,1'f.l. ff" T1 s J i R5 4 'ii' 71 A l -. M a .- f ftf N , . L - . 1- I In Officers are, seated: Miss Rippon and Mrs. Schmelzel, Sponsors. Standing BIG SISTERS Advancing on the high road of friendship were one hundred twenty-five senior girls called the Big Sisters. The self-satisfaction gained by this friendly group came from making the freshman girls acquainted with the traditions and customs of N. C. H. S. Sometimes our ways presented mountains of obstruction to these beginners, but their older sisters always guided them happily around or across the obstacles. The pinnacle of success was reached when the special little charges last fall felt as if they really were a part of the student body. To achieve this wonderful moment, in early October one of the biggest social events of the year was heldfthe Co-Ed Ball. Unlike similar dances in previous years, at this one two princesses instead of one were crowned with the queen. This change was something the Frosh girls were proud of because it began with their very own "Hobgoblin Hop." At Eastertime a food basket-another generous giftfwas taken to a family needing assistance. To climax the year, big and little sisters enioyed a picnic supper and reviewed their high school experiences. Fu- ture Big Sisters felt that there would be a full program and high standards awaiting them when they could themselves be the helpers. 1 1 Q-1 i , First row: Jane Pratt, Rita l-laeker, Janet Scullen, Barbara Phelps, Mary Ann Johnson, Le Veral Spence, Arlene Anderson. Second row: Betty Sagar, Linda Merritt, Jenanne Nelson, Gwen Foot, Barbara Sue Puryear, Barbara Lollar, Shirley Kercher, Mary Fisher. Third row: Claudia Ondler, Carol Ann Haigler, Ida 1.1 Patsy Huey, President, Mary Sue Baker, Vice President, Sandy Scott, Treasurer and Ann Rodibaugh, Secretary. C' Matthews, Janice Largent, Pat Elliott, Sheila Mahoney, Jo Anne Blower, Danus Cox, Sandy Jones, Shirley Chandler. Fourth row: Pat Jarnmerman, Kay Lynn Engle, Patty Cunningham, Julia Anderson, Francis Marken, Nita Haeker, Virginia Rice. FRESHMEN , ge l i S T' i l L A N , l i . E . X? T I v 0 1 3 ' Mr. Geldien is showing Bent K gfltf it Poutu, Don Browning, and ' l' Don Collins how to adiust l , their microscopes to see the , I L l R segments of a piece of j 5 il onion skin. 1 41,3 Bottom row: Wolford, Gordony Wiggins, Ronniey Yandell, Mikey Thomason, Morrisy Vostrok, Pauly Zube, Arty Kasper, Dick. Second row: Van Buskirk, Cleoy Thompson, Tommyy Walters, Fredy Scherck, Lancey Woodard, Billy Walker, Tomy Turner, Johny Strand, Rony Schulte, Fredy Wilson, Rayy Trout, Sam. Third row: Weckworth, Charlesy Stalick, Johny Talrnadge, Billy Truiillo, Williey Schilling, Bucky Trupp, Rogery Tripeny, Raymondy Wright, Gregoryy Truiillo, Ralph, Greer, Dave. Fourth row: Weckwerth, Garyy Vering, Larryy Schaefer, Geney Unangst, Roberty Underwood, Jirnmyy Trost, Dwainy Trost, Rickeyy Van Coops, Stepheny Santo, Haroldy Swan, Ed. Top row: Taylor, Edwardy Terriere, Phillipy True, Hanky Spade, Ralphy Williams, Keny Waters, Wesleyy Werner, Martiny Weber, Ronniey Stewart, Gregg. 25 4.3 1 '1i,,.. Q c -fs ra' X4 L A Q0 V fi X , 4 5 W' 5 , Q 'N uf P A i. , 'S P 4 , , It isa, W 'i F 'Uk Bottom row: Strand, Anna, Schvvellenbach, JoAnn, Schwarz, Janet, Skogen, Janette, Roe, Beverly, Reed Carolyn, Robinson, Sue. Second row: Roberts, Patsy, Rice, Cathy, Pinney, Rosalee Paul, Sue, Potter Patty, Runnion, Mary, Seamands, Patsy. Third row: Potts, Pat, Piper, Margie, Piei, Judy, Pauley, Sandy Smith, Nancy, Spencer, Josephine, Palmer, Karen, Siothovver, Beverly. Fourth row: Riiey, Nancy, Riley Donna, Raetz, Daphene, Reeves, Marsha, Raab, Joyce, Rissler, Sharon, Sims, Georgia, Rcseburr, Mildred Top row: Seese, Sharon, Ratclitf, D'Entress, Rogers, Muryl, Smith, Brenda, Propp, Karen, Phiilips, Sandra Slane, Charlene, Seivewright, Gail. Miss Hili's class had a hobby day, Here Patricia Marker, George Everige, Jarnes Derby, Martin Casier and Doris Bryan show some of their handy work. XX 4 f fix N5 '35 W. .A rf Q,- if A s "we f i' FRESHMEN f X..- b 7,1 Fresrvwwan parents received a irbe-'al education on their night here Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon and several orhers lrsren To a discourse on geferal science, Bottom row: Tyson, Arm, Thorwwpson Kavhy, Thomas, Jan, Teaie Marque, Srrdwtcr, Arm, Satterfield, Corrnie: Stewart, Kay. Second row. Thovwpsorw Patty, Whive Erwwm Lu,-, To'.'."fscrwd Dixre, Young, Ka - Q Y, orerlrrwg, Judy, ScuJTy, Judy, Mkaidwef Rrdd- Srzcmore Carcyw. Trfrd row- Swanson Lorerta- Tan me , f r r, r Q Yr Gina: WCTTS Judy, 'v'VTfsorw, E, ah, .'.'e5'b'ook, Linda, We c" Bmbara, Wrfcox Dofrwa, Tucker, Card, Sdwramz, Mary Arm. Top rovy, Nagver Ka,, W Warns, Jarw, Nrigw' Jan, V'.'a'ker Bcrf, WaTlway, Mary, Ury Erear1or,VVrwire Madalrne, VQv9JCJ7 Kay, 'L of '7 4 A TN' nf, If -any Ci 11 Bottom row: Miller, Richard, Dady, Larry, Lucas, Larry, Hranac, Ernest, Haynes, Lee, Burch, Raymond, Taylor, George, Savage, Tom, Second row: Gilbert, Fred, Ayers, Kenneth, Selig, Ernie, Shirley, Ron Berryhill, Dudley, Bundy, Bruce, Baxter, Barry, Hopkins, Stuart, Busch, Ronnie. Third row: Feigel, Benny, Hill, Gene, Lummus, Don, Summers, Tom, Stoneking, Jimmie, Nolasco, Tommy, Sprister, Torn, Cody, Bruce, O'Connell, Mike. Fourth row: Cook, Bill, Knudtson, David, Lewis, Bill, McComb, Kenneth, Tripp, Dan, Verley, Jim, Nichols, Ray, Guthman, Sherman. Top row: Begley, Pat, Airheart, Willie, Shipley, Ray, Poust, Roger, Miller, Wyn, Flowers, Steve, Durbin, Tommy, Martinez, Clifford. Since Freshman initiation is strictly "out," the situation must be that Barbara Johnson is doing Mike Guenther a favor! SOPHOMORES 3 Sophomore officers are DoroThy Sorenson Representahve Tom Fake Presndent Chuck Dowler Vnce President Kay Shuman Secretary Treasurer Muss Wheeler and Mr Brannan Sponsors IT IS forced upon every class To lue dor manT during The sophomore year They al ways seem To be sTorung up energy and learnmg and planning for The long clumb ahead As The class officers made plans Tor a parTy an The sprung, TorThcomung evenTs were belng anTlcupaTed by oTher members of The class of T959 Ideas Tor The Junnor Follies began poppung mTo sophomore heads along vvnTh Thoughfs of a novel prom Theme To be kepT secreT Tor one long year The Teachers of These people In Thelr second year knew ThaT Thus was a class wh'ch would Top many oTher classes ID acTlv1T1es and an scholarship As soofhsayers, In 1959, They vvmll Turn back To Thus page To see TT Their hopes Tor These people really became realuTy M 'MN , to A F . Ln 85, v -fn w Q9 , l T ,N Q . , T Q ' a 1 ' A Q ' ' Q 2 , ' 1 , ' : , 1 r - z - f . , ia A 3 K A fir' I4 ' Z1 IN rv' o - if . x X L 'f ir QV Abi 1 v , L, J '--I . ,asa l 7, 1- ' J 5' 6 1 Bottom row: Bakken, Betty, Anderson, Patsy Ann, Bunce, Beverly, Berrey, Paula, Baker, Mary Kay, Adams, Lorene, Berry, Joyce, Borders, Barbara. Second row: Blake, Lynda, Brown, Judy, Boyles, Becky, Boyles, Kay, Clark, Viola, Bryan, Rita, Bullock, Earnestine, Bays, Joanna, Bays, Bernice. Third row: Bottom row: Cross, Stephen, Boyle, Gary, Bochmann, Carl, Brouillette, Mel, Bordeaux, Joe, Cunningham, Bob, Affleck, Larry, Armstrong, Dick, Adamson, Terry. Second row: Carrillo, Tom, Cain, Roger, Allen, Henry, Burnett, Jerrald, Brown, Gary, Birdsill, Everett, Carver, Richard, Cook, Al, Collins, Don. Third Baker, Janet, Bowman, Linda, Burback, Beverly, Burrill, Bonnie, Bettes, Betty, Bowen, Abby, Allen, Margaret, Arnold, Judy, Breen, Bev, Boe, Carol, Top row: Anderson, Lola, Boyle, Donna Jo, Branney, Mary Ellen, Burleigh, Dorothy, Bubb, Jennielyn, Branson, Kay, Bauer, Edna, Berlet, Kay, Brewer, Karen. row: Dovvler, Charles, Corkill, Dale, Burt, Pete, Cutright, Jack, Curnow, Jim, Cheney, Dick, Bray, Joe, Baker, Allen, Top row: Dryer, Bill, Durrett, Wayne, Chase, Walter, Callies, Ohly, Coltrane, Richard, Croxton, Jim, Chrisman, Bill, Conner, Jackson, Chase, Gary. 4-4. 'TC' , -. -.1 4- SOPHCMCRES Q A L already beyond the great valley 6 .. - ready to challenge life. f 3 4 Ja, 1, ix ia .J A 'Q Bottom row: Fischer, Linda, Friesen, Bonnie, Frandsen, Tomi Herkimer, Janice, Horton, Linda, Hall, Louise, Hoth, Barbara Helscher, Mary. Second row: Higgins, Linda, Gillis, Betty Hutchison, Sandra, Hunter, Valerie, Gallegos, Barbara, Gay, Maryellan, Haskin, Dale, Hendricksen, Verna, Gaylord, Aloha Hightower, Bonnie. Third row: Humberson, Marion, Howard, 5 5 .l 4 Darla, Garman, Mary Ann, Gilleland, Judy, Goudreau, Rita Gierth, Christina, Gardner, Donna, Grant, Mary, Garcia Filomena, Top row: Frandsen, Joan, Gass, Kendra, Hull, Nancy Harris, Barbara, Hickey, Patti, Harrison, Carol, Hand, Susan Hurnberson, Sharon, Ireland, Dixie. Dick Gardner and Tom Stroh signed the annuals of last year's admiring Freshmen: Carol Corbin, Janet Baker, Judy Dudley and Donna Simpson. SOPHOMORES Q, Mrs, Walters' Family Living class busied themselves at making Christmas presents during the jolly season Pauline Kalkoten displays her painting while Betty Bakken finishes her project. Bottom row: Meyer, Joe, McAtee, Jim, Long, Gale, Loggy, William, Morton, Elvin, Martin, Ted, Lindsley Wally, Lloyd, Lowell, Moore, Jerry. Second row: Parker, Sam, Livesay, Robert, Lamoureux, Kelly, Roszel Steve, MacDonald, Allan, Leaver, Bob, Lindenmeyer, Dean, Rightmire, Vernon, Rhoades, Larry, Romango Harry. Third row, Sutherland, Terry, Pinn, Bill, Mitchell, Jim, Mclntyre, John, Lambert, Eugene, Mayer, John, Mass, Gary, Moriarty, Michael, Runnion, Fred, Nicholas, Dave, Schneider, Cliff. Top row: Pope, David- Parkinson, Marvin, O'Brien, Mike, Nunn, Bob, McWilliams, Dave, Manka, Wendell, McCrary, Bob, Mitchell David. L 1 l 4 Q Q 0 F5 V ' 4 . a - P 'A A .as Bottom row: Shepherd, Shep, Shaw, Jerry, Sturbois, Lou, Sandeen, Jack, Weeks, Rod, Wyatt, Floyd, Teter, Bill, Simmons, Jim, Speegle, Craig, Second row: Smith, Doug, Walters, Gary, Stover, Norman, Stroh, Mike, Spawn, Milo, Trost, Elwood, Trost, Elwin, Wallis, Moe, Wilson, Clyde, Wight, David. Third row: Waterland, Norris Lee, Ulrich, Gene, Thompson, Don, Bottom row: Jacques, Kay, Lewis, Naomi, Jensen, Evelyn, Moore, Tana, Lattimer, Jean, Kalkofen, Pauline, Kerr, Gail, Meek, Margie. Second row: Jimenez, Theresa, Kraft, Ardella, Janeaux, Beverly, Jansen, Helen, McAteer, Veronica, Mahoney, Patricia, McCar1hey, Mary, Maddocks, Jacqueline, Maher, Dorothy. Third row, Little, 1 Younglove, Jack, Yutesler, Gary, Summers, Larry, Wilcox, Joe Young, Bob, Yoss, John, Simmons, John. Top row: Shellen barger, Mike, Stuckenhoff, Eddie, Sensintaffar, Bob, Selby, Joe Shoemaker, Doug, Shoemaker, Carroll, Snyder, William, Strother Jerry R., Seebaurn, Bernie, Swallow, Tolly, Sims, Tommy. Lynn, Latvala, Jan, Kennedy, Marilyn, Klima, Priscilla, Jones, Darline, Jarnerman, Shirley, Johnston, Judy, Johnson, Judy, Jacobs, Diane. Top row: Matzke, Jean, Leslie, Dixie, Mayhue, Peggy, McNutt, Peggy, Lott, Ella Mae, Lattimer, Joyce, Land Verlene, Miller, Nadine, Ladd, Linda. W, i .. Q V ,, .1 4.33 La . 4' np i y . mv . I SOPHOMORES pr- if Bottom row: Poulin, Sandy, Nye, Pat, Martley, Sherrill, Mangels, Janice, Pope, Martha, Neff, Edith, Olds, Elma Sue, Padilla, Margaret, Second row: Quillen, Barbara, Mlacly, Sandra, Olson, Maxine, McCoy, Anita, Page, Gayle, Martin, Sandy, Peak, Molly, Pirie, Kit, Reynolds, Annette, Neifert, Shirley. Third row: O'Quinn, Mary Jo, Rich, Nelda, Mundell, Linda, Bottom row: Boyles, Errol, Adams, Chuck, Applehans, Bill, Burke, Willis, Enders, Bud, Kennedy, John, Kidneigh, Kenny, Compton, Kenny, Clemens, Bob Second row: Daugherty, Howard, Mc' Cants, Kenney, Lowery, Fred, Kelly, Francis, Hoskins, Wallace, Larson, Skip, Burnett Jirnrny, Derrico, Dave, Goff, Buddy, McGrath, Judy, Mayer, Diane, Nash, Sharon, Pierce Rosalie, Priest, Carol, O'Brien, Carol Sue, Newton, Lynda Top row. Morgan, Shirley, Pulanco, Rose Marie, Pike, Pat Pontius, Karen, Patterson, Jo Ann, Power, Sandy, Pace, Cile Milligan, Janet, Napper, Charlene, Rodgers, Dorothy, Sisneros Connie. Fleming, Jack. Third row: Henderson, Bill, Hunter, Mike, Ervin, Ronald, Dykernan, Ronald, Cox, Dexter, Claunch, T, J., Brown- ing, Don, Borchers, Ralph. Top row: Lewis, Ron, King, Ray, Kennedy, Ronald, Harrison Jerry, Hartgrave, Lynn, LaBranch, Jim. C L X: Wi ffl: x li 4 Miss Richards' sophomores give the machines quite a work-out sometimes. Roberta Wockovieh, Lula Dooley Kendra Gass, and Judy Brown display smiles, so it must be fun. Bottom row, Schwartzkopf, Judy, Strzesak, Sally, Sorenson, Dorothy, Saxton, Fidelis, Story, Fonda, Shriver, Sue, Robertson, Gail, Rodlend, Bonnie, Second row: Springsteel, Sandy, Ryan, Sharon, Rice, Carol Romans, Karen, Rodgers, Rosemary, Rissler, Karen, Rexine, Joyce, Smith, Lorraine. Third row: Speas, Carol, Smith, JoAnn, Shea, Pat, Skionhaug, Carolyn, Strasheim, Carol, Stanley, D'Ann, Schock, Lillian, Shuman, Kay, Top row: Steinman, Nancy, Spears, Betty, Smith, Lorna, Sleeger, Sally, Stagg, Donna, Stanfield, Sue, Rimer, Judy, Smith, Kathleen, Simpson, Donna. IX "" ' I L f f I 3 ' , Y V, l ll , 4 Y . , , ' -f A ir' ' li J 5' ' A-f 'E' " -A 'af' , vi, N , x X ,v 1 ' ' , f KL 4 ' P- q Q , EF- - I '-O, 'W 6 CP Y SOPHOMORES ff 'If K Q f N L ,. -'f Y L , X, -. ii . 'V' Y i ' e 'lid 5 i a Cs B N 5 Q' 'Q J, 3 f 1 ,F A M' Z We . Q I U rr s ' 3' Bottom row: Novotny Loren' Reed, Tom, Rien, Larry, Propp, Leslie, Robinson, Eddie, Parsons, David, Shorow Chuck. Second row, Kight Warner, Trujillo, Chuck, Williams, David, Winborne, Lee, Pouttu, Bent, Makings, Patrick, Tarter, Jack, Satterfield, Chuck, Tappan, Bill. Third row, Winston, Charles, Nash, Phil, Nelson, Leonard, Wilson, Mike, Stubson, Larry, Nohr, Hans, Markland, Phil, Sherfey, Ray. Top row: Sandison, Tommy, Walker, Larry, Werner, Alan, Strobeck, Curtis, Sands, Jerry, Rernick, Joe, Orr, Craig. inning P' L. X X vm-mga Craig Speegle draws the cutting lines on his wood with Ron David Wight watches warily as Samuel Tucker Kennedy holding the straightedge the power saw. 66 1 1 Q, , :M ,, 1' .3 A N. N," i ' .. ,I Wing sa' li evades the blade of ws' 4 . " f -if Q -, Q W , 'Q - -Q f J Ze 5.4. wxmaw My ,Ma l In Current Events, Anita Lewis points out to Jerry McKin and Sandy Battelle some of Africa's trouble spots. Bottom row: Williams, Margaret, Yount, Gladys, Wolfe, Jana, Wright, Wilma, Walker, Roberta, Wenner, Jody, Taylor, Mary Lou, Waldron, Connie. Second row: Swisher, Phyllis, Vincent, Lynne, Zimmerman, Betty Jo, Yankey, Sandra, Wockovich, Roberta, Washecheck, Mary, Whitlock, Karen, Spencer, Janice. Third row: Vesey, Carmen, Verdon, Carol, Velasquez, Cynthia, Waits, Barbara, Tanksley, Wysangle, Wilson, Mary Pat, Welch, Georgia, Walters, Merium. Top row: Thomas, Shirley, Tobin, Jean, Thompson, Judy, Tyler, Linda, Trost, Jean, Thomas, Nancy, Teale, Kerry, Thompson, Mary Jo, Tharp, Mary Alice. :jr L 'L .. I , ... -y ,M Y! G' W 1 I l r ar G 3.1, A I, ' v Q ur ' - r i O -Z. 1 6:61 iff ,, ,za 'W 1 x, 1 J' 7 5 cr iw' ff - x vf . W 7- l Y SOPHCMORES l 5."'l lx Bottom row: Visoky, Bob, Domson, Bill, Allen, Viclorg Kasper, Mike, Carr, Alan, Weisenberger, Jim, Carpenter, Jerry. Second row: Galley, Dick, Nilson, Eric, Holt, Jerry, Griffis, John, Heuschkel, Dick, Parmely, Ron, Russell, Larry. Top row: Robens, Bob, Sfrother, Jerry, Saltz, Fred, Wilcox, Sheng, Jones, Larry. 44 ami 9 1-if ang: Jim Roberts and Mel Broulette place in the library a suit of armor, their IVANHOE prolecf, JUNIORS Junior officers are from the bottom clockwise Sam Samuelson Repre sentative Mrs Tartar and Mr Brown Sponsors Harold Smith Vice Pres: dent Martha Hinthorn Secretary Treasurer Jim Pettipiece President and Ann Gernert Representative This year the class of 1958 topped the first rise and looked down into a green valley of their own. Their boys were varsity victors in all sports, it had been their Follies and their prom. Most important, they were over the crest and would soon be seniors. During the first two months of school most of the juniors retreated to the auditorium which was now a South Pacific Island and here they rehearsed such dances as Corn Flakes and Broken Toe Soon the name of their secret world came to be known as Ouch and it was revealed as the Fol lies of 56 57 a production to live long in lunior memories Toward spring many hands in iunior corridors were sport ing brand new class rings visible mark that this group of 400 was soon to come to the fork in the road between high school and their future lives Once again lunior hearts were turned to fancies of proms that would exceed all the rest a dance to be a fitting farewell to their older classmates After two years the iuniors had proved their mettle as fine climbers and their contribu tions were a definite part of N H JUNIORS if' - " ,W brave mountaineers, exploring every ridge A 'ans T JT 'V X 'V A in - h , dw W 4 - N c 2 ' ' . if xl, ' I I 1 y tr J 1 s . If Q ' 1 ? l,Xl ,.., Y , . , . 5 Y V i 1 '- 64 WS' L, J , 5- 1 P 7 " T, 4 "' , vf Bottom row: Archuletta, Rene, Archer, Ann, Allison, Patricia, Ahern, Pat, Angevine, Phyllis, Allen, Janet, Atack, Jean, Alsup, Jill. Second row: Bishop, Darlene, Burridge, Kitty Sue, Bachlet, Gayle, Brown, Judy, Bustard, Pat, Beckstrom, Jean, Best, Judy Ellen, Battelle, Sandra, Bentley, Juanita. Third row: Brown, Louise, Buchta, Linda, Bottom row: Joseph, Robert A., Fields, Dick, Carroll, Jan, Fulton, Tom, Hoover, John, Feezer, Jerry, Hileman, Brock, Hanna, Mike. Second row: Byford, David, Blakely, Bob, Gist, Richard, Gardner, Dick, Fox, Francis, Friesen, Jim, Furse, Tom, Easton, Terry. Third row: pun. Browning, Betty, Bernier, Bonita, Bohannon, Carol, Bennett, Con nie, Black, Rita, Beck, Sue, Brothers, Jeanne. Top row: Byer, Bonnie Barrett, Timmy, Brewer, Terry, Bailey, Judy, Bristow, Mary, Bridges Mary, Burgess, Sheila, Bragg, Lauralee. Bressler, Larry, Corson, Roger, Cox, Jim, Engle, Bill, French, Doug Campbell, David, Edwards, Bob, Dodds, Don, Corkill, Cleo. Top row Bland, Ed, Evans, Elmer, Burton, Jim, Dungan, Don, Bertagnole Leland, Carter, Bob, Dobby, Don, Fraser, Bob. 5 ,sn ve N-l 1 - 1 gr-"' , L v 'T 1 and crevice, thinking they dominate all. Bottom row, Martin, Bob, Kelly, Bernard, Kuhn, Tom, Pearson, Keith Paul, Jesse, Loghry, Duane, Purcell, Richard, Parsons, Richard Second row: Rice, Everett, Manning, Carl, McCrary, Roland, Knudt son, Ron, Pearce, James, Pierce, Jim, McClain, Kent, Porter, Myron Third row: Larramendy, Mike, Masek, Tom, Ortiz, George, McClin- Bottom row: Corbett, Nancy, Fake, Dianne, Christopher, Mary, Cos- tello, Dixie, Currence, Jean, Downie, Evelyn, Davis, Bonnie, Doll, Georgia. Second row: Cooper, Sue, Conner, Carol, Dykeman, Beverly, Carlisle, Bonnie, Forsberg, Harriet, Crabtree, Maureen, Funk, Linda, Fritts, Dorothy. Third row: Fox, Mary, Clark, Judy, Donald, of bib 9 1 v4 Q tock, Jim, Melvin, Dave, Mowrer, Ron, Nagel, Bob, King, Wendell Top row: Plough, Mickey, Palmer, David, Miller, Melvin, Oglesby Richard, Lorenz, Larry, Johnson, Mike, Miller, Charles, Nightwine Bill, Betty, Chorney, Dian, Cook, Jean, Chism, Karen, Cooper, Betsy Crawford, Carolyn, Castleman, Sue. Top row, Freeman, Marie Ellis, Eileen, Engdahl, Loretta, Deru, Pat, Dugan, Carol, Dillman, Kay, Dick, Marcia, Davis, Nancy. 'f"' 1 Q: 1 X , Q l A -gf V' nj v '- JUNIORS l Ax -ev n Q 4 fn , . 79 - ,, K 1 ,gf I , wig Bottom row: Gage, Ellen, Hollinger, Ruth, Hollinger, Margo, Golden, Donna, Heatley, Alita, Gordon, Pat, Harbaugh, Laura, Hinthorn, Martha. Second row: Hobza, Sharon, Hickey, Glenda, Holder, Margie, Hufsmith, Nancy, Freeman, Sandra, Fairweather, Kathleen, Fitzgerald, Sheila, Hotchkiss, Lanice. Third row: Gerlock, Shirley, Gernert, Ann, Hoffman, Charline, Force, Pat, Jones, Jere, Jones, Leota, Hawkes, Joan, Galling- ton, Gayle. Top row: Hutchison, Marian, Hefley, Jayne, Havill, Sue, Huffman, Sandy, Hamar, Lynda, Goff, Jackie, Gloyd, Pat, Gibbs, Catherine. .-4 l 5 S 5 ,J in if Q 52 w 5, ' I A In 'in.wc?. VY wr C5f0lYf1 Crayvford, Judy Knapp, and Pat Witt read to their class Proud of their accomplishments in dressmaking are Phyllis Ange- from the Latin newspaper, Studium Latinae. vine and JoAnne Latham who are modeling their latest creations. 72 al Q C- 4, if' Q 'Q 2 v I . l 9 Y 6' ,b 1 A mf 1 , ,- 1 JUNICRS ,J A5 Ll Bottom row: Kerns, Rita, Klevgaard, Mary Ann, Lewis, Karen, Lay- man, Joan, Long, Nancy, Knapp, Judy, Kiser, Carol, Link, Yvonne. Second row: Leach Louise- Mora Patty- Martinez Lisa' Marshall Linda Lewis Anita Kersting Edna Lummus Betty Sue Lay Linda Bottom row Ford Bill Ball Stanley Brenner Duck Bradley Dennis Bullington Marv Bolles Bob Alsup Jack DeMars Bill Jr Second row Dockham Chuck Bostwick Gary Drown Charles Bruce Dick Church Orren Campbell S A Colgan Bll Dyke Marvin. -:nr it Vw Third row: Latham, JoAnne, Lucas, Sharon, LaMont, Donna, Mount, Pat, Johnson, Sandy, Koelling, Sue, Lagos, Vicky, Kelly, June. Top row: Lefler, Judy, Mclntosh, Norma, McBride, Christi, Matzke, Clara, Lytle, Helen, Lamb, Marilyn, Lukowiak, Nellie, Laney, Linda. Third row: Christman, Fred, Bayless, Dave, Cotter, Ron, Compton, Gary, Cole, Phil, Darnall, Dick, Davis, Mike, Duran, Craig, Cole- man, Bill, Top row: Brown, Rick, Anderson, Dean, Button, Clair, Baldwin, Brady, Condelario, Roy, Brown, Gary, Edwards, Lynn, Foster, Rom mx X , if 55 H- L vs' , fr 'CSA , , , , 1 , J 1 7 , 1 , J , 2 f ' 2 , 1 , A 1 , ' Q , 2 , 2 f 5 , ' , r I , J , f , 2 , I , I , . ., , 1 , , ' J isa! ' 'W -., ' -Q ,A 2 rr ' ' .2 212' aw! ,zo KH is "N , ' v 3, 112' 1 '4 l -A 2 X ,., 3 J S 1-K .I . .- K 12 -+ ' ' - Hx ,gf -4 ,,, li 98 . , , M L ..., - -, , ' 3 "" Q ,. 'iv ,' l 1 .x , I - , .Q an i 4, , , 1: A y X , -' v ' -- .S Y, ..- - N- d , - - 'mg' J . Y ,, ,7 ' QW , V I . ,,. - . 51' Z r 4, X l . at Bottom row, Pomrenke, Nick, Jamerman, Jay, Pettipiece, Jim, Mur- rell, Don, Grant, Denny, Robertson, Jim, O'Brien, Con, McKin Jerry. Second row, Goodman, Joe, Henning, Ron, Grant, Dan Mclntyre, Dee, Overman, Jerry, Reed, Johnny, Samuelson, Sam Bottom row: McKinney, Jane, McCarthy, Pat, Netzloff, Lee Ann, Niethammer, Nancy, O'Brien, Frances, Price, Jeanne, O'Connor, Miriam, Peach, Mary. Second row: Peters, Lois, Perry, Rosemarie, Mitchell, Dorothy, Moore, Corinne, Pummill, Linda, Pike, Donna, Maher, Glenda, Page, Dixie, Third row: Menzies, Carol, Martin, v R 7' .fi 'T s li ' , 1 J , 6 i rr , V i A -was 5 I Seabeck, Ray. Third row: Houston, Bill, McCann, Ralph, Lawrence, Reed, Michael, McGowan, Phil, Lallatin, Jerry, David, Jepson, Merle. Top row, Korfanta, Garth, Krueger Kirby, Bob, Hammond, Bob, Miller, Gene, Johnston, Tom, Jerry, Hanselmenn, Fred. Donna, Martin, Marilyn, McHattie, Dorothy, Mclntosh, Joyce, Barbara, Meredith, Laurie, Milligan, Charlotte. Top row: Sylvia, Mahoney, Serena, Nicholson, Buellah, Nussbeclc, A? Selby Metz Allen Micek Moore Pierce Laura, McNamara, Janice, McMillen, Karen, Mueller, Kathy, McReynold Sally, Q, if I vu 9, Q, f 1 V 'Q' ' ' Q 9 ' , , , , li V AKG' .9 . ' ,'a Q ii' sv.:-5 i 'T 3' X K , Q5 Among Junior Pirates there are no Morgans, but some pretty fair "kids , . As part of the Christmas Ballet, Pat McCarthy and Karen Chism were as pretty as angels in the snovv. JUNIOR CLASS OF '58 PRESENTS GGOUCH!! Take six sailors: a New Yorker, Tex- an, Parisian, Tennessean, Englishman, and Scofchman, shipwreck them on a South Pacific Island, and you have "Ouch," the i956-57 Junior Follies. The weary Wanderers were startled by cannibals and voo-doo dances, pleased by beautiful native girls, and surprised by 'three fierce Simians. As time wenf on, The homesick boys began day- dreaming and each had a special reminiscence to relate. As each Told his story, a memory picture came to life on the stage. The audience was taken back To the day of adventure on J. B. Lamun proudly sings FOLLIES the high seas enhanced by sword-wielding pirates, to Paris and a "White Christmas" ballet featuring dancers, graced with flowing red and green ribbons, prancing in the spar- kling snow, and to Broadway with bright lights, glamorous women, and Tin-Pan Alley music. At last our melancholy friends were rescued by the U.S.S. OUCH and a successful Follies came to a close with "San Francisco." Directing the Follies was Mrs. L. K. Blower assisted by Mrs. Roberta McCarthy doing the choreography, and by class spon- sors, Mrs. Quincy Tarter and Mr. Clifford Brown. Mike Hanna's eyes and heart are saying, "Oh, to be home again beautiful girl!" Too bad Martha Hinthorn was iust a beautiful dream. with a Dick Fields thinks Best is the "most." of his hometown Dallas, while a chorus of natives ioin him in "Big D." 1 ai, Ml' ,K 4, .V,,- , ' "':' i Q' 'iff it 4 W , , gy " Q, f-gr ,, W, Tig? , 5 3 r i na t mn as f i me I i.. il 11 ,V f ,t 1. Bottom row: Vick, Philg Turner, Bob, Satterfield, Darrell, Wyatt, Sherrellg Williams, Fred, Walker, Fred, Voris, Jack. Second row: Ziker, Dick, Sink, Gary, Scott, Fred, Stroh, Tom, Truiillo, Ernie, Smith, Dwayne, Williams, Bob. Top row: Gustafson, Kenny, Sirnons, Gale, Smith, Harold, Sellers, Ted, Schulte, Dick, Sneesby, Douglas. O ' 5 Sgt, Adams points out to Dennis Skinner the correct position to place the bolt, while Dick Smith successfully assembles his rifle. 2' 31 5951-In law? J? Lf' .uh f la Bottom row: Barber, Geneg Ellis, Bobg Jones, Larry: Garner, Jacky Garrioft, Charlesg Tennant, George. Top row: Johnson, Carl, Piel, Marvin, Cole, Philg Kaper, Bill, Lattirner, Bill. Carl Manning and Lawrence Selby seem to be "all fired up" aboul mending that pipe end. sl 1 f, I ,E f 1 1 N, 'i L 8l SENIORS -sl Senior officers are: Sheila Mahoney, Secretary, Everett McCrary, Vice President, Mr. Anderson and Mrs. Gibbs, Sponsors, Kenny McDowell, President, and Patsy Huey, Treasurer. Linda Merritt and Mary Sue Baker were Co-Ed royalty, sixty of us received our first "C" pin, Russell Donley was our class president. We did not know it then, but these small mounds of everyday matters were to be mountains of memories for us some day. lt was fun that year being typical freshmen, keep- ing out of the way of the lofty seniors, and envying the iuniors as upperclassmen. As sophomores, we found ourselves with more responsibility. We chose our own class sponsors, Mrs. lone Gibbs and Mr. Bill W. Anderson, who helped us stage our most important event of that year, the Sophomore theater party and dance. Almost before we realized the fact, we were upper-classmen eager to surpass previous classes with our Junior Follies. At last, November 9th came, and Hero Revusical, once a dream, became a never- to-be-forgotten reality. Under the direction of Miss Hill and Miss Feris, we took two capacity audiences down through history with our heroes. Kismet came next to be our Junior Prom. Our guests, the seniors, were treated to an evening in the Raiah's court. We 82 danced to music floating from a striped pavillion in the midst of Kismet's tropical courtyard and his gar- den of multi-colored flowers. Tradition was set that night with the crowning of three senior girls as queen and princesses. Then with the autumn of T956 came the realiza- tion that we had reached the last peak to be sur- mounted, we were approaching the summit as we walked down senior corridor which was to be ours for a year of fleeting hours. Tension ran high be- fore Carol Ann Haigler was announced as Mustang Queen, and this year's Homecoming was, to us, the best ever. After the first semester passed, tape measures became standard equipment in Mrs. Gibbs's room as we were measured for caps and gowns. Then the night came with Pomp and Cir- cumstance and speeches by our classmates. Every crevice along the way, every seemingly unsur- mountable boulder, and every bank of snow on the upward path were now a part of the great moun- tain of memories. We had conquered the obstacles that lay behind us. SENIOR WINNERS ,fl-2 , ., ,.f' V - - ' if .A , '1- 31 Y ,ka E , X Z! ff. -A ,J k ll iiaf g ' A 'ii' "' Y ILA. f A-we " iii ZZ 2 ' I I Q, f, :O , ,a nv, . o 'o ' 'Q If a, ,. 1 0 ,. a o , 0 ' 0 ,Q a mg Early in the fall some fifteen seniors were privileged to take the National Merit Scholarship exams lt was later announced that Virgil Russell, Brad Laughlin, Judy Slagter and Milton Adamson were the finalists from Natrona County and qualified for further testing toward the goal of a cash scholarship award. Debbie Nichols, Daphne Sl-iaull, and Carla Duncan are shown shortly after the announce' ment of their winning the top three places in the essay contest of the Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. u-5.5! ,YQ Our D.A.R. good citizen for 1957 was Susan Pace and the runners-up were .lo Anne Blower and Linda Merritt. 83 overlooking o world at their feet. as Barbara Ann Benson Kenneth C. Benson Ralph Benton Dixie Lee Black Q 4 Jo Anne Blower Jerry E. Borland Ha ' ffl -23- 5.5-A , J J V5, . ii f Joan Marie Braly Sarah Bream ,v Rose Marie Brummel -l0l1I'1 BUChar1ar1 an -5' S N proud of these boys behind the scenes: V Carl Johnston, Bob Williams, Ron Mowrer, Ron Fisher, and Harry Heady. Jerry Carr John Ray Cauthorn Shirley Jean Chandler Janice Jefrine Chase -rf iff. ,W Q ,, N 4? Bill Broadbent Ron Brouillette John Bumeh Charles W. Carmichael ir.. 'Ss hw, fu l ' ' if 1 of V 4 X I 'l. Ed Christiansen George E. Christman 85 if-4 Q, Aff -K W? SENIORS Don Empfield LeRoy Engdahl Kay Lynn Engle F. Dean Evans Robert Evans Deanne Falk l,' Jerry Lou Ferguson Sally Files Mary Fisher Ronald J. Fisher Yvonne E. Fleck Nancy Anne Flyr Gwen Fooie WHYHS Ford Carole A. Forster David Nelson Foss Grace Foster Kay L. France 6' - Q s my YN if x ' 'NN xg .O of , , U r , xix , EdYlh5 Ffallef Betty Louella Frye Gayle GadberrY Larry W German Parrucua Ann Garrls Joanne Geiger Gene E. Gill Kenny Gilpin Sandra Goodman Vivian Grant Eva Gravelis Bonnie Ray Green qv! ' I Marguerite Alice Green Dave J. Gribbin Michael Ray Guenther Nita Haeker x 1 l N E431 s- Nur ,. ,l' Wffx To be an "Oil Man for a Day" is a privilege given fo Senior boys once each year. Mr. Jess O'Neal, a "real" oil man, and two orher unidentified businessmen, play host to the seniors Marlan Scully, Bob Moll, and , M" :Rx I i S A 4' an Jim Dilg l Rita Jean Haeker Carol Ann Haigler William Hall X i rx' s4 Tv Sandra Louise Hammond Kuff I Shirley Hansen Sally Ann Hanson 89 ,uf Larry Hargrove Diane Harlow Sally Harris Eddie Hanman Yvonne Henman Hany Heads, aan 4-Er NY Marcia Holliday 90 'Ui' Janice Fay Heck Elaine Hefley Robert Hein Jim Hendricks zzu i s 1-.f ' 3 X W A 'WH -X lfifffm , L Monte Lamar Henrie Weldon Hersh Jim Hicks Deanna Hl99l'1S S , no ,, m v- I 5 V, 1 1, , B in l 'Q' 5 gs 7 1 I f AL John Hilbert Judy Hill Louis Hoadley Larry Hobbs GW W' Q. lt.. I, Clinton O, Holmes Y Donna Jean Holt -4 X . vw Patricia Ann Howard PETSY HUQY Charlene Hughes Jerry Hunt if yi 6' A 5'-I-J' 76 I Betty May Hurley Cliff Jacket? Janice Jacobs Judith Jacobs PHTYTCFH Ann Jammefman Charles Allen James Gene Jensen Dick Johnson Janet Irene Johnson Mr, Brakke, Kelly Rabb, and Don Vassos adiust The mechanism to speed up the expansion of an aluminum tube. Jerry Johnson Kenneth W. Johnson 41 4 Q 15 Lawrence Eugene Johnson Mary Ann Johnson ff' rf 94 A f 9 M ik' A r 2 'Z X fr if gf K sa Thomas Johnson Carl C. Johnston Charles Jones Clifford Jones Sandra Jones Barry M. Jourgensen 9l SENIORS pamcia Kasper Jim Ke,-ns Shirley Kercher Patty Kimball Katherine Marie King Richard Kinnaman Beverly Ann K0l'1U7l" Sharon Kosanke Janet Kraen Laura Kumpf Peggy Joe Lancaster Janice Largent Bradford R. Laughlin, Jr. Raye Law Bertie Leggirf Gary Leonard Keifh A. Lesher JOSH I-indenmvef Ramona Yvonne Unk Barham Lolla' 92 Dean Lotspeich Everett McCrary Kenneth McDowell 2 ,,.,, gf Q A Frances McGrady .4 John G. Loutas .'v'1i 4 Kay McDaniel Katy McFarland Q N David Coleman Judy Gail Luck Marlene McAllister John McCalla un, 37" .lx 'w l l Representatives of N. C. H. S. boys, Del Wight and Don Adkisson, present Coach Cheeley with a gift of appreciation for his work in athletics before his resignation this year. Sharon R. McGrath Darrel Gene McPherson Sheila Ellen Mahoney Larry Manka Francis Marken 'wut' .1 5 , 'xi 5 SENIORS Ida Matthews Cl d' M au ia ayfield Kent Meek Loretta Meek Linda Lee Merritt Alice M, Megerve ,ft M M Kay Metcalf XX Patsy Micek John Alan Michie Noland E. Middaugh Chester Millard i W- Robert Moll Oscar Morris Raymond Morris 94 Joann Marie Miller ,, ,Q ,,,f i. 414 f John James Milne Katherine Irene Mofield fi... Dean Moore Kenneth Claire Moore Dee Morgan 'Jw mv' ' - - fo , .I ag M 9 if if f , . , -,U i sw . I , f Ronald Morris Richard Paul Mosser Janice NlYer Jenanne Nelson SENIORS ,fi fa v ,aw -fs. n ' if It L I ' -I' Q7 QF ,. 'a Q N Viola Jan Pratt Sylvia Reimers Joan Elaine Price Pb- Clarice Annette Rice Ann Rodibaugh Geraldine Rogers . F X gli Joyce Priest i. if gn' we " Virginia Rice 1. 1 11 , 1 Linda Lee Rose Barbara Sue Puryear Roland Rich .,,4s2:Q Richard Rouse ' xefuf l it-me ,A 3 Betty Sager Robert W. Sandison Ruth Evelyn Sands Harold Dean Saunders Kelly E. Rabi, Russell D. Radden x- I2 Garvice Roby Michael K. Rodda ff' Patricia Anne Rudd Virgil Russell Bill Schimpf Dick Schirk a V 5 3 4' V3 53 A I 'Y' 1-Ox 4, 1 ' ff .mv .lrf Q 5- -4 V 5 c X , me Larry Schulte Judy Schwarz Rodney Scott Sandra Jean Scott Janef SCN-'llen Maller' SCUllY 96 Joan Sederholm Alden Shaffer Thomas R, Shaner Daphne Shaull Hman? Top-notch mechanic, Tom Cooper, adiusts the head bolts on Lotspeich is busy working on the head, 1 T:-I5 Wayne Howard Shelledy 'f"f'J' at Frances Ann Shurtleff Vella Sims Judy Slagter Sandra Lea Smlfh I , f , at i- 7 l 'V i 'gy 5 ff" l 'Q' alt -L ,x . .. .rv .S ' N 1 ..... gf' ... 1 A Q,-.l 1... Bill Snyder .lere David Spaulding William Spears LeVea Spence LeVeral Spence .loan Spethman 'ug -.QL Q ' .g?w4'6i-f" 1" Yah .1- '1434 ff, 'ffm' wzwf rf!-new 7 . V, gy f f ,f,t f s ini 9' I A Charles Steensland Bethel Leigh Steinman Janice Steinman Lee Stephens Wyoma Jewel Story Judlfh Ann Sifand SENIORS if -9" 3' Danny Chilcote Steve Eichblatt Dave Evenson Marty O'Brien Rurlw Ann Brown Edward Chernick Dennis Hoff Gordon Lucht Marie McDonald Jerry Vieregge I -1, f ins-.1 1 S X Ron Selig Photos not available Alda Marsh James Miller Jacolyn Olsen Dean Earl Tennant Gary Whitcomb Bernadine Ann Scherk Rifle Team-Left to right: Bob Nagle, Larry Johnson, James Dilg, Gary Leonard, Sgt. 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AA , 1 ' - I wk. 4 4 ' Q , . - sq w Q '-, . f 5' -' ' 1 .. , K A SPANISH CLUB Fvrst row Shirley Ellnson June Werner Bonnne Green Bull DeMars Gary Bostvvrck Second row Maruan Hutchison Jane McKrney Judy Ellen Best Janet Waugh Susan Todd Rosle Watkins Thlrd row Roberta Cornelnus Sandy Huffman Vuckne Lagos Patty Cunningham Peggy Cover Judy Bally Saundra Mlady Jackne Van Scoy Fourth row Duck Page Eddle Stuckenhoff Duck Cheney Howard Daugherty Torn Fake Mrke Hanna Bob Nunn Sam Parker Quren no se aventura no paso la mar Nothing ventured nothing gained With thus motto In mrnd the would be senors and senorltas of N C H S were scalung all obstacles and struvnng to place therr club on top of the mountain ot extracurrucular actnvl tres Wlth all their events they were known as one of the busiest clubs In school They enacted a tradu tlonal Spannsh Chrlstmas party vvrth the plnata brlm ming over with goodies and small prizes When the breezes ot sprung arrived and the storms ot winter subsided the membershrp gathered for a feast ot Spanish foods such as chile con carne y tortillas A tamullar actuvlty at most meetings was the nick naming of each member according to his character ISTICS All these actlvltxes proved to be educatlonal and amusung Frnally they were over another year the senuors departed and plans were benng formed for the comnng fall Ottrcers Sue Cooper Secretary Treasurer Joan Layman vnce pres: dent Mr Det: sponsor and Sandra Goodman presndent : r I I I - Z ' 1 I I I I ' : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' : 1 I I I r 11 - 11 - 1 . 1 - 1 ' . . . . ' . . . . . - 1 I .2 1 . I ' K - 1 1 1 . f.. ,J N ,-- f' sq - 1 ' ' , ,Q ' , 1 4 X et 'Tl' .sd 'fs : 1 - 1 1 2 - 1 : 1 . ENGLISH CLUB if 44 Front row: Laura Kunipf, Sheila Mahoney, Carla Duncan, and JoAnne Blower. Second rovv: Karen Romans, Carol Bohannon, Sandra Johnson, Frances McGrady, and Daphne Shaull. Third row: Sandra Dickensheets, Harold Smith, Kay Metcalf, Linda Ladd, Miss Lindsey, Karen McMillan, Joan Layman, Sue Cooper, and Sondra Sleizer. Fourth row: Dick Bruce, John Hilbert, Fred Hanselmann, Larry Johnson, Virgil Russell, Brad Laughlin, Dave Gribbon, Claire Moore, Gary Bostwick, and Milton Adamson, In this active, materialistic lite ot ours vve could thank our lucky stars that there were organizations in our school mak- ing us more conscious of the beauty ot our surroundingsethe rhythms and the changing colors ot our prairies and moun- tains vvith their wild life. One such group was the English club sponsored by Miss Lindsey. A year of changes and accom- plishments was enjoyed by all members paralleling the changes and growth ot N. C. l-l. S. To keep step with the growth ot the school, the limit ot 25 members vvas raised to 30. As a year-long proiect on various subiects the seniors and iuniors wrote papers that were presented at sev- eral meetings. The traditional yard punch vvas continued and the annual Christmas basket was given to another needy Casper tamily. All in all, the English club con- tinued to supplement the literary activi- ties ot the high school. lt brought to more students a better appreciation ot books and a deeper desire to read vvidely. Officers are, McGrad y, Sec Y ff-3 3 "'l,.9i" V , yy front: Jo Anne Blower, Vice President, Ethel Lindsey, sponsor, Frances retary, Back, Nickle Adamson, President, Sheila Mahoney, Treasurer. LATIN CLUB Toasts of grape-juice, speeches of Latin significance, and robed, reclining figures are all part of the Roman banquet held each year as the highlight of events for the Latin Club. A particularly active organization, Latin Club has many proiects to increase knowledge of foreign culture in high school. This club brought distinc- tion to our school as was shown during the year when an article written by one of the members appeared in the national magazine, The Torch. This group is also a member of the Junior Classical League. Composed of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors, the Latin Club has become a necessary and important accessory to school life. Officers are: Tana Moore, Treasurer, Cile Pace, Secretary, Miss McBride, Sponsor, Martha Hinthorn, Vice President, and Harold Smith, President. NEWCOMERS' CLUB 1 Bottom row: Mueller, Douglas, Gadberry, Texas, Waugh, Colorado, Woodring, California, Moore, California, Wood, Nebraska, Bentley, Sheridan, Hartman, South Dakota, Meserve, Maine, Still, Oklahoma, White, New Mexico, Barnes, Douglas. Second row: Broadbent, Worland, Sederholm, Montana, Mahoney, Texas, Bailey, Riverton, Kerns, Nebraska, Tallent, Montana, Garris, Guernsey, Garris, Guernsey, Cuthbertson, Kansas, Pacheco, Colorado. Third row: Stewart, New Mexico, Kehm, Powder River, Johnston, California, Mosser, Ohio, McComon, Montana, Miller, Kansas, Hammond, Rhode Island, Heselius, Sheridan, Trost, California, Button, Indiana, Tucker, Utah, Drown, Sheridan. Officers are, seated: George Tennant, President, Miss Hernry, Sponsor, and Terry Sutherland, Reporter. Standing: Pat Stretch, Vice President, Bob Curi- ningham, Business Manager, and Kayo Shoemaker, Treasurer. The melting pot of Natrona County High School is the Newcomers' Club which welcomes to its membership people from all over the United State. Provided they have moved to Casper within the past year, new students are drawn into the fold and oriented to phases of life in N. C. H. S. Their activities are varied and numerous through- out the year. For instance, during the past year the Newcomers sponsored a Christmas Dance, a Swimming Party, and a reception for parents, to IO8 name only a few. At every athletic event, con- cessions are sold by the club and the proceeds from these sales finance worthwhile proiects in the school such as electric drinking fountains, teas for teachers, floats for parades, and furniture for the Newcomers' room. The activities of our Newcomers are known all over the country for theirs is a unique proiect to make lonesome strangers feel at home. NEWCCMERS' ACTIVITIES tx cg,- 'v 90 4, if Ronna Dobbins expertly demonstrated the traditional Hawar nan Hula Dance at the Christmas Party Starry-eyed newcomers reflect happy yuletide thoughts in the multi-colored Christmas free bulbs. The special occasion was the Newcomers' Christmas Dance. Bob Engeland keeps his eyes on the board as Pat Stretch makes that crucial move that determines the winner. FUTURE TEACHERS First row: Cile Pace, Carol Bohannon, Pat Witt, Dianne Fake, Linda Laney, Dick Babcock, Linda Thompson, Valerie Hunter. Second row: Lynn Little, Sharon McGrath, Kay McDaniels, Marcia Nichols, Marilyn Lamb, Judy Wilson, Janet Allen, Karen Swanson, Ann Gernert, Anita Lewis, Patti Parker. Third row: Whitney Stevens, Kay Boyles, Betty Spears, Joan Frandsen, Karen Whitlock, Judy Johnson, Gayle Page, Priscilla Schultz, Helen Jansen, Judy Clarkson, Jan Fancett, Kay Shurnan, Mary Jo O'Quinn. Fourth row: Gayle Gallington, Evelyn Sands, Marion Hutchinson, Jeanne Price, Mary Bristow, Louise Brown, Rita Haeker, Frances O'Brien. Fifth row: lone Sybrant, Donna Golden, Mary Kay Baker, Joyce Priest, Linda Mundell, Patsy Huey, Ann Donohue. Over the rise and around the next curve is the land of duty, waiting for the youth of today to fulfill their calling. Ready to meet the demand for teachers were sixty young men and women from N. C. H. S. with membership in Future Teachers of America. They realized the greatness of the challenge, and began preparing their strength to make America strong through its schools. An active club, F.T.A. had many activities through the nine months of school. The lower classmen exercised their knowledge on visitation day by calling on classes in Casper's elementary schools. Senior members made the annual trek to Laramie for the year's field trip. Christmas and other holiday parties were held as well as the election of officers and orientation of new members during the closing weeks of school. Commendation was directed toward the club, for in their hands rested the development of their American heritage. IIO Officers are, seated: Mrs. Scifers, Sponsor, and Katy McFarland, Activities Manager. Standing: Mr. Clark, Sponsor, and Jerry Cover, President. fi' .3kgwf wr . Q , . in . I 55 1 A' nf - f E,-Y 7 Q L "Wei I 1- 4 f F-, 41' FUTURE SECRETARIES Mm ,df FIYSY row Sondra Slerzer JoAnn Scholtz ShIrIey Gerlock Beverly Dykeman Terry Brewer BonnIe Byer Second row Joan Sederholm Pat Mount Betty Frye JBUICC Chase l.Inda Rose VIrgInIa RIce Arlene Anderson ThIrd row Cormne Moore Betty WIllIams Maureen Crabtree Barbara WItt Betsy Cooper BonnIe DavIs Fourth row Joan Hawkes Barbara Moore GeraldIne Rogers Ruth Mary Pote PhyIIss ShInbur Leota Jones Donna La Mont Jere Jones Jean Cook Sandra Battelle Serena Mahoney ..lunIor and SenIor gIrls who were on the mem bershlp roll of the Future Secretanes Club closed out a successful fIscaI year Ready wtth a knowl edge of lousIness and secretarIal fundamentals these gIrls planned careers as clerks, stenograph ers and receptIonIsts Throughout the year pro fessIonaI secretanes representmg such busmesses OTTICGTS are front row Julna Anderson PresIdent Mrs Burgess and MISS Sprang Sponsors Back row LeVea Spenre VIC PresIdent Betty Fry Recordmg Secretary ClaudIa Ondler Treasurer Shtrley Kercher Correspondence Secretary Karen ChIsm Reporter and Pat McCarthy AssIstant Re porter as oIl companIes and law fIrms spoke to the gIrls concermng opportunmes In thIs work Because of the Increased Interest In thIs organIzatIon It was foreseen IU l957 that thIs club and ITS prac tIcal GCTIVITICS would become a strong Influence on the lIves of N C H S students f ' ' li,',fin, . 4 ' 0 I 1 JI, . x . 1142! aw ,. , , , It .1 ,. 5 1 1 1 1 1 ' 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' : I I I I 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , I I I - 1 . 'e 1 - -1 I 1 2 1 F 1 1 1 I 1 ' . . , I ' I - 1 . . 1 1 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS One of The newest organizations in high school This year was Future Home- makers of America. The ambiTious girls, with The aid of Miss Bunny Jackson, and Mrs. Marilyn Fassler, sponsors, sTarTed from scratch and did a successful iob of organizing Their group. The members elected as Their first officers, Ann Scherck, PresidenT, Lois Rey Yount, Vice PresidenT, Laura Harbaugh, Secretary, Nellie Luko- wiak, Treasurer, Joan Hawkes, Historian and Reporfer. As The first proiecf, The group made club jackets in Their color of blue, with The FHA emblem on The back. N. C. H. S. was forTunaTe in having The Future Homemakers, and recognized The fasT ThaT Today's F.H.A. club rnember is Tomorrow's queen of the domestic world. Officers are, seated: Ann Scherck, President, Lois Yount, Vice President STanding1 Nellie Lukowiak, Treasurer, Joan Hawkes, Historian and Re porter, Laura Harbaugh, Secrelary, and Miss Jackson, sponsor. Seated: Rene ArchuleTTa, Mary Anne STra1ton, Coreinne Moore, Donna Hughes, Second row: Shirley Kercher, Dorothy Mitchell, Shirley Edwards, Saundra Mlady. Third row: Leona Zube, Phyllis Shinbur, Edna Bauer, Gladys Yount. FUTURE FARMERS '? First row, front to back: John Milne, Earl McNeese, Jerry Borland, Jim Kerns, Charles Snell. Second row: Dick Kasper, Jerry Carr, Mickey Anderson, George Tennant, Alan Carr, Mr. Downer. Third row: Frank Saltz, Don Shell, John France, Dwane Cowdin, Francis Joswick. Fourth row, Jack Shinn, Don Miller, Garvice Roby, Mike Kasper. A hr -M l,ef V TW., Z f F.F.A. Officers are: Alan Carr, Sentinel, John Milne, Secretary, Jerry Borland, President, Jerry Carr, Vice President, Garvis Roby, Treasurer, Mike Kasper, Reporter, and Mr. Downer, Sponsor. Trailblazers in tact, or reopeners of old trails, was the group of boys making up the Casper chapter of Future Farmers of America under the sponsorship of Mr. Downer. As the plains around Casper have begun to show the green of crops like alfalfa and wheat, our curriculum had of necessity to be rounded out with a course in agriculture. Blue iackets with gold letters became a part of our school colors along with black stet- sons and cowboy boots. For the coming years, many activities new to N. C. H. S. were planned by these ag students. A Green Hand initiation was held each semester to admit new boys to the ranks of the Aggies. Delegates were sent to the State Convention, along with a team representing our high school at the stock iudging meet in Laramie. F.F.A. helped to complement the high school program by adding to the curricular and the extracurricular activities. RADIO GUILD Radio Guild members are: Jo Anne Scholtz, Pat McCarthy, Karen Chism, Kate Gibbs, Kay Berlet, Cile Pace, Bob Joseph, Bill DeMars, Carol Bohannon, Mary Stratton, Sondra Slelzer, Charlene Hughs, and Judy Ellen Best. i The volce of Natrona County l-llgh School as Radno Guuld On theur annual radlo day they broadcast to Casper friends the lnterestlng highlights of school llfe during the year and on ev ery regular school day they acquaint the students wlth necessary buts of nnformatlon for the program of the day and of the week Each year a local radio statlon turns all opera tions over to the Guild and for elghteen hours co operat Ing students become dxsc lockeys news broadcasters llb Officers are Joyce Pnest Secretary Russell Raddm Presldent Mr Macomber Sponsor and Martha Hnnthorn and program emcees Another lnterestlng fact about thus club IS that they feature professlon al men and women to speak at thelr club meetings partlcu larly persons with knowledge of radlo and publlc speaklng Perhaps the members of thus organnzatlon enloy themselves more than any other students because of thelr natural goal to further the power of speech The rest of us know that be cause they work for us all we owe them much GUSHER STAFF Miss Eide, Gusher Sponsor, Pat Howard, Business Manager, Daphne Shaull, Editor, and Milton Adam- One of the busiest groups in Natrona son, Assistant Editor. County High School is that which keeps track of the news and sets it up in a man- ner which all of us enioy. We have come a long way since the days of the Pony Express in the matter of relaying scores of games, the latest "steadies," and write- ups of those with outstanding records of scholarship and leadership. Proud of the awards for superior high school journalism given to the GUSHER staff in the spring of 1956, the staff had two goals for i956-57: to have more is- sues of the paper than ever before and to be able to point with pride to the GUSHER staff headed by editor, Daphne Shaull and business manager, Pat How- ard. The Gusher staff is, top to bottom: Russ Donley, Larry Hargrove, Don Clark, Kent Meek, Nancy Strand, Frances Marken, Karen Chism, Sondra Sleizer, Marcia Nichols, Sheila Mahoney, Ann Rodibaugh, and Janet Finkbiner. ,:, K 5 f A , ft - 4 99 V 4, Y V is g K. Q Q' ig! -fi 'Sir 1' gf .. . 5, ',. 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W OUR ATHLETES ever clrmbrng only to rarse therr goal wrth each summrt achieved 2' sf Football came and went vvuth the sensor boys budding good bye to the sport fresh man boys exerclsed fervent hopes ot get tlng to walk across the stage to receuve that orange and black letter gurls more than ever through the tormatuon ot the N G A A contested tor honors In pnng pong and bas ketball and our boys were out to break last year s records IH track so It vvent throughout the school cn sports The Mustangs lost out dunng football season only to regaun thelr composure and wlnnlng ways on the basketball courts Courtesy of Tr bu e Herald Askel Nohr Wrestlers learned endurance as they took off the welght hardened muscles and lengthened the breath by gruelnng exer clses after school and ID 1956 57 they piled up the points In many meets I the sprung came another sport t n dlvldual competitors track and field events The pole vaultlng record was a challenge to the many who went up and over A tevv poles were broken but N C H S produced some vvrnners Football basketball svvrmmung vvres tlrng and track provuded the pnttalls and the peaks for our sports II9 , . f 3 V A I I ,N V 1 4 . 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Front: Marv Bullingron, Dick Brenner Denns Bradley Wlle Felton Chuck Satierfieid 3143 fmfram MW' Eg Q i 'M A Q ,Q Qf A A 5 x f ' Tm 'i'3?ggg,S Ev my ,ggi I QM? ak 3 Km if 4 QA It LINDA THOMPSON KATY MCFARLAND ,QV DONNA FAYE SWISHER Beautiful must be The mountains whence ye come . . . Ag -ROBERT amnoss MUSTANG QUEEN LINDA MERRITT RESERVES Football reserves bottom row Jerry Sands Jerry R Strother Duck Cheney Ray Kung Wayne Durrett Second row Tom Stroh Jan Moulden George Tennant Robert Edwards Terry Easton Thurd row Chuck Dowler Terry Rogers Ken Kldnelgh Wally Llndsley Duck Armstrong Fourth row Jlm Curnow Dave Wnght Lou Sturbous Rxchard Carver Bob Young Fnfth row Harry Heady Bob Martm Lowell Lloyd Everett McCrary Shep Shepherd Bull Dryer Basketball reserves standnng George Tennant Con OBraen Dave Potter Crang Duran John Hoover Bll Chrustman Kneelnng Steve Campbell B ll Colgnn Harold Smuth Garth Korfanta I U x CA'- 0 A M Q in , New-4 I 1 H vm . 1, I ' Q 4:53 KEN MCDOWELL BROCK HILEMAN JIM PETTIPIECE VARSITY BASKETBALL Casper 33 Belle Fourche 59 Casper 42 Belle Fourche 57 Casper ,,,, , , 49 Thermopolis 41 Casper 42 Worland 34 Casper, 39 Gillette 35 Casper 77 Newcaslle 48 Casper 47 Cheyenne 48 lOvertimeD Casper ,,,,.,, , , 56 Cheyenne ,,,, , ,,,, 51 Casper ,,,, ,, ,,,, 45 Rapid City 42 Casper .,,,... ,,,,,,,,, 4 9 Rapid Ci1y H ,,,,,, 51 Casper ,,,,,,, ,, ,,.., 52 Gillette , , ,, 54 Casper ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 4 Sheridan , , , , H63 Casper, ,,,,,, 70 Sheridan . 74 COver1imeb Casper ,,,, , ,,,, N67 Newcasile 48 Casper ,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 4 Douglas ,, ,H , H40 Casper ,52 Cheyenne , 50 Casper, , ,,,,., ,,,, 3 6 Cheyenne . 37 COvertimeJ Casper ,,,,,,,,, 51 Sheridan 53 Casper ,,,,,,,, 47 Sheridan ,, 46 DAVE POTTER A s X 3 ' 4" , if V R 1 Q u 5 . 7 58 WJ Us is Boa THOMPSON Boa BOLLES RUSS DONLEY I E, Ki oi 3 H Mg i uf was F in 'Z A A 54 5 Y .- .. 5 , ,sb 1 Xi l if W .5 3 J ' S' -f if ,lf 6 Q' dl XX Ki' S N in nz ia, u it ,ng iz! SKS Wresting The decisions from Their opponents The Twelve N. C. H. S. matmen wound up a sea- son of abundant wins. Several of The Casper grap- plers claimed no losses and a surplus of pins over Their state-wide competitors. When The winds of March blew over The hills of Wyoming, The boys knew That This year's matches were over, but sights were seT over The next range of mountains for an equally successful season. Casper Lusk , Casper Lusk . Casper Wheatland ' ' Casper Newcastle Working out before Thelmatch, Sam'Samuelson and John Milne ap- Casper Newcastle parently have their practice time all tied up! . Casper Rock Springs Casper Riverton Casper Cody . , Casper Cheyenne WRESTLERS First row: Steve Roszel, Tom Shaner, Bob Smith, and John Hockett. Second row: Bob Hein, Sam Samuelson, Torn Milne, and Dave Wight. Third row: Roland Rich, Del Wight, Coach Gildein, Jerry Hunt, and John I30 Michie. SWIMMERS Splashing and diving through tournaments with ease were the boys of the Mustang swimming team. There were trips to Greeley, Cheyenne, Denver, and Laramie where the boys swam against such schools as North and South Denver, Colorado Springs, Greeley, Cheyenne, and others. Most of the fellows were youngsters looking for- ward to more and better wins next year. Meets and Scores Casper 151 Powell, Wyoming Exp? gglld Greeley, Colorado Casper IS, Cheyenne, Wyoming C p r Qnd Greeley, Colorado C2253 Mh Cheyenne, Wyoming Denver, Colorado ,Lv JV l s 5 X' Orren Church heads for the waters of victory as he did many times during 1957 swimming meets. fe 1 Back row: Cliff Schneider, Jan Carroll, Don Adkisson, Dwayne Smith, Bob Turner, Fred Wertz, Orven Church. Middle row: John Turner, Ernie Hamlet, Dick Bruce, Bill Woodard, Dennis Steensland, Rodger Trupp, Kenny Hoff, Joe Meyers, Ron Garner. Front row: Jim Burton, Paul Vostrock, Larry Jones, Lance Scherck, David Parsons, Bob Hall. l3I NATIONAL GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATICN P1.h.Pi 'C I32 ,,-Qt" E7 First row: Maureen Rodgers, Leona Zube, Judy Rimer, Donna Gardner, Judy Thompson, Dorothy Coleman, Linda Tyler, Shirley Jamerman. Second row: Jennie Vargas, Patsy Mora, Christina Gierth, Valerie Hunter, Kay Boyles, Anita Lewis, Lorna Smith, Barbara Harris, Shirley Edwards. Third row: Janet Milligan, Phyllis Shinbur, Edith Neff, Margo Hollinger, Nellie Lukowiak, Pauline Kalkofen, Tirnmie Barrett, Pat Ahern, Donna Golden. Officers are: Mrs. Yates, Sponsor, Kay Shuman, Recording Secretary, Frances Shurtleff, President, Ruth Hollinger, Treasurerg Miss Wheeler, Sponsor, and Mary Ellen Branney, Correspondence Secretary. ln our school this year there was an organiza- tion with a completely different program from that of any other club. The National Girls' Athletic Association organized for the first time and be- gan making its own standards for future mem- bers to follow. Tournaments, contests, and various other athletic activities became a part of the girls' heavy schedule. The girls worked hard to make a place for their club and they found that by do- ing so, they were accepted as a welcome part of the extracurricular program of the student body. Girls who loved athletics found, for the first time, that they could have a sports program of their own. A new game Nb,-. in girls' athletics is soccer. These are the proud first winners. GIRLS' SPORTS Christina Gierth gets ready to show the playung form that helped her wm the ping pong champnonshlp I I I G""-A x I Ready anytnme to challenge another class to a baseball game us thus champuonshup freshman sophomore team -r I f' "ze -114 4 I i I f V9 l 1? s ,K 1. 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'. if 1 4' X 1 B A ' 5 0 rin TV mf s J U 'gl ff' cggdwmm if 4 F -QW ig E i 4 2 l S f Maior Moss proves his mettle as an organist as well as an authority on R.O.T.C. 2 3 CONCERT Woodwinds: Sylvia Damon, Mike Hunter, Connie Walters, Miriam O'Conner, and Judy Slagter. I36 Clarinets: Gale Simmons, Pat Witt. TWT OiO0L -4:0542 W5 Peicussion: Monfie Hunter, Skip Larson, Craig Orr, Terry Williamson, Mike Hunter, and Kay McDaniel. ,B likjf ' . L NZ,-0 .- 5, y u ,, Q -X514 . ,L 'v - ,X . , ' U, Q 90 IJ 1 ' 1' . 1 I X .f ? 1' - 'Y 1 'fsytfi 5-Q ll if? egg-2 fa 45 NX dv Q ' DIA ,A 7 J . - ,f :.a"7 F w,,.s. ,W 9 .5 at ' . 1 ' 137 X if N N. C. H. S. First row: Girth, Meuller, Downie, Watkins, Colburn, Danielson, Ziker, McCann, Second row: Latvala, Layman, Newton, McFarland, Chorney, Bream, Verdon, Gage, Welch. Third row: Sands, McCrary, Meek, Stephens, Gist, Ortiz, Hanna, Criger, Peake, Huffman, Brown. Fourth row: McClintock, Talbot, Walker, Dowler, Stubson, Barnes, Morris, Cunningham, Koelling, Howard, Lancaster. No better description of "The Hills of Home" can be given than by the Madrigal, a group of over'a hundred boys and girls who sing for the ioy of music. A new schedule of events for i956- 57 faced this organization as they started sing- ing their way through another year of programs and special activities. The production of the tra- ditional Christmas Concert-Pageant took much preparation during the first semester. The per- formance itself served for the students and for the townspeople of Casper as an introduction to the merriest season of the year. Various small groups kept up the Christmas spirit by caroling for service organizations throughout the city. rms .- V - 1 Members of TRIPLE TRIO are: Darla Howard, Betsy Cooper, Donna Stagg, Sandy Scott, Claudia Mayfield, Carol Ann Haigler, Linda Merritt, Judy Brown, and Peggy Jo Lancaster. I . evwfiavav l f? ,'6' E51 If 25, ra. ga rg V' ' fafafq Q' Q :J ' 'ff 9 alla 67 ' ' Wu Mff? Q L 5732: Jil "God rest ye, merry gentlemen, let nothing you dismay," sing The carolers: Lance Scherk, Bill Keefe, Beverly Slothower, and Susan Baker. CHRISTMAS The Theme oT "Joy To The world! The Lord is come!" was re- sounded in every corner of The audiTorium as The ChrisTmas pag- eanT ushered in The spiriT oT The season. Raising Their voices in song, The Madrigal gave a splen- did performance complemenTing The series of exquisiTe Tableaux which arTfully combined modern scenery wiTh TradiTional sTories of The holy nighT. The message TelT by all during The program was "Peace on earTh, good will To men." "They Traveled far To seek The lowly manger, a humble bed wherein was laid The wondrous little stranger." I40 PAGEANT .1 Gun Q K ,MQ Ulllhll "Come ye, oh come ye to Bethlehem-behold Him, born Vhe King of angels." were eek so 'S Y rece fe Hm the ns? ne s Joseph 5 f e Rcdca Ma y Sy! Rewfrwrg 53' ,,f' N ., .3 4 imjff' " cn r m e a Md Son of God Love s pure ghf " Mar ', S '-fa ' ' N l4I HONORS L f' 'fi I pledge upon my honor fo uphold all f.. .""" '- FJ F If 'C' F' ,. , I Q i f 5 5 .J f rv ur-mg HN W W W m, loV : L: r worthwhile undertakings and fo become a student who will be a credif To my school. -N. C. H. S. CREED .ff K Q w Y, , f f ,- " 11 " K f Q- -r A 2'-'N ' f- 'K "' fn 1 . 1 ,N ,, ,. h , , gg - so , I A I ,. r f- . 5 , f ff ' 8, - 4' If 1' X ' 64 Wim 5-.lv ,- , ,X ff - . ' ' ff ',"' Af--i , la.-7 ,,,,..,,, ,M W Q. My . ' ,iff V, may .MW ,z .A,.,A.L MW, ww A 4' i .,,,, Q""""""-'f W.. 6' Nm ,L IA .f ' Vx L we 1 If x VK! QL ' ii s l , ' 4 5 5 2 A 0" 3, -'9 pn-an ' - I .g NATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL U6 . ts sr , , 3 'st-'-'X 1111. First row: Milton Adamson, Sandy Dickensheets, Laura Kumpf, and Kay Metcalf. Second row, Miss Eide, Sponsor, Pat Howard, Pat Elliott, Sandy Jones, Sheila Mahoney, Marcia Nichols, and Daphne Shaull. Third row: Nancy Strand, Russell Donley, Frances Marken, Dave Gribbin, and Ann Rodibaugh. The goal of all students on the GUSHER or on the MUSTANG staffs is membership in Quill and Scroll, the international organization for high school journalists. Any staff member is eligible if he is recommended by the sponsors of these two publications. ln May of l956, the following awards for all- state honors were presented to members of the GUSHER staff: Blue ribbon awards to Carol King, Opinion column, Carol King, personalities column, Ken O'Connell, Sports News Story, Pete Ford, Literary contribution, and Joan Dorsett, Editorial on local problem. Red ribbons, or second place awards, went to Joan Dorsett, Feature Story, Ruth Eaton, Feature Column, Irene Williamson, critical review, Nancy Suther, News story, and Charlene Wyatt, Literature contribution. A purple ribbon for all-state honors was pre- sented to the GUSHER. Also the GUSHER received top honors for the best ad lay-out and for the best cuts and outlines. We point with pride to this record. N. C. H. S. was represented at the fall meeting of Journalism Week by several students: Daphne Shaull, Pat Howard, Kay Metcalf, and Sandy Dick- ensheets. Last spring we bade good-bye to a faithful sponsor, Ruth Pettigrew, and this fall we wel- comed another, Norma Eide. 1.1 lllll AlllflllCAll K NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 1:9 8 or First row: Jo Anne Blower, Sandra Dickensheets, Milton Adamson, Katherine Gibbs, Pat Ellis, and Cile Pace. Second row: Eddie Stuckenhott, Susan Pace, Daphne Shaull, Janet Finkbiner, Linda Bowman, and Whitney Stevens. Third row: Carol Dugan, Dean Evans, Mike O'Brien, Steve Cross, Gene Miller, Mike Hunter, and Dave Nicholas. The National Forensic League is an organization which prides itself on producing leaders. In the year of 1957 the League listed an ex-President, three U. S. Senators, members of Congress, a governor, and two attorney generals. Gov. Frank G. Clement, Keynoter of the Democratic convention, was a graduate N. F. Ler, The Casper chapter, established in 1929, was proud of several 1956-57 achievements: the highest ranking member in the Colorado-Wyoming Rocky Mountain District-Milton Adamson, also president of the Casper group, second ranking chapter in the District in members and degrees, and the second diamond-represent, ing 30,000 points earned by students in interscholastic contests-awarded to Miss Feris, the sponsor. Vice President, Jo Anne Blower, was listed among the national leaders, while Pat Ellis and Catherine Gibbs, Co-secretaries, did all the hard work of keeping track of credit points tor all the members. Many times during the year the Casper contestants took off across the plains and over the hills and mountains to compete in meets in Speartish, Glendo, Cheyenne, Regis, Fort Collins, Laramie, and Greeley. Yer Officers are: Pat Ellis and Catherine Gibbs, Co-secretaries, Jo Anne Blower, Vice President, Miss Feris Sponsor, and Nickie Adamson, President. ..f.ri?M i " 1 G' -v-'- -W gg si -f - -- - I 551' V4 f- C ,o s Q .A A, f I X 4' if I X 1-. ,, . M N N .J "J ,, U . 1' A ,N 11 x ,, , J' , - J 3, Q81 5 L, Urn I M9918 s 5 S s 1 3- 525 , H+ rf Q. , 2 A , QD W 4,1 l Q Z , '3"l z: funn jf,,V ' "v EL' ' "Stinke5, for ff Iast H559 W hear on! ou!!" A ker g a f endly a A tion frbm E His. 'Q f zfe'i'4 4 :V V -. - 31251 :a2f'sEw f C Tackling and blocking their way to all-state goal posts in 1956 were Ernie Truiillo and Del Wight, two of Casper's prominent scrimrnagers, ,pl National Forensic League awarded Miss Frances Feris a second diamond for her N.F.L. pin, as a result of her working with the students to help them gain 30,000 points, This award is a lasting tribute to her efforts in this work, Miss Feris is the l8th person in the U. S. in the 3l years since N.F.L. has been or ganized to achieve this honor. Luau. VARIOUS TOP AWARDS ,si 5 . ' 1 llii QALTJ . ' , i at M ' D 1 is li, X 1 Q' A Z fi i T l Y . It ig ky K i Last spring it was announced that Debbie Nichols and JoAnne Blower qualified for the National Forensic Tournament in Muskogee, Oklahoma. JoAnne has won many other honors during her high school years. This year she was announced as the winner of the Homemaker's award from Natrona County, as well as taking top honors in the Voice of Democracy contest early in the fall. The trials of debate trips, flat tires, snow storms, and stalled school busses, were all forgotten and forgiven when the efforts of TO debate and speech students and Miss Feris were rewarded with the winning of the District CColorado and Wyomingl and permanent sweepstakes trophy. WON BY N. C. H. S. STUDENTS Traveling to St Louis Missouri to Music Education Conference were five mem' bers of the N C H S band While there, they participated in several events and won esteem for Casper and our school. They are, sitting: Martha Hunthorn The first Merit Scholar winner from our school, Shirley Tucker and Karen MacMillan Standing are: Stanley Brown, Sid Wallingford, and The ednor of last yearis MUSTANG and now a freshman Dex Caff at Baylor-still winning. 14 T -" Not to be outdone by honor seeking students were members of the faculty. Last year, three of our teachers received awards honoring them for superior work in their fields. Miss, Badbery traveled tc: England in T955 to attend a Shakespearear' School at Stratford on Avon, England. Mr, Lahti was attending Stanford on a Shell Merit Fellowship. Mr. Weishaar was a member of the National Science Foundations Institute for Sec- ondary Mathematics Teachers held at Iowa State Teachers College. ADVERTISERS Refineries rise fo split The wind an af t 135-f ,. 1.1 ,F Q 854,53 I 4 25 wif ,W A,-.. Belching their sfrange rank breath upon the air. PEGGY SIMPSON CURRY f . if Ag' ' :file mga K mg, rw' . an f. fx ez S U, V 'WSIS- Z v ' 1 nggyq, I -0- - - M .M-. ,U - fa ., Y - ' af "'v .k. 1 s ffiiiii wr' ' 8' 'i' .ta ff r I, ' 1 v' 4 K , .1 r 2 N' N 57 r-on-no LONG, LE f AN AND PANKED WHH P51222 E Mfg 3 -Q l 'XJ 1 Nqks W. 6 if Q g xy, Q 4 S-..,.,--N .,a'-A, H M31 Y!!! V L' 1 1- 1 J? lr. ' 'x f EK P5 z Q4 551, wg A?,f4fffQ3Li :YIM 1 X ' I f lr f X, Q ir, me R yo 2 E 3 L A ' Lf , Z 2 J P , 4' A A ' ',-""2e- ' U' ' s- i 1 s Look for +he Flying Horse A. E. CHANDLER 607 E. 2nd SHIRLEY and GENE CHANDLER help show why A. E. Chandler's Service S+a+ion is known as Casper's finest CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES! Bes+ Wishes 'For BeH'er Living . . EIec+ricaIIy Q EVELYN DOWNEY shows Ihaf modern cooking is eIec+ric cooking. 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John Mclnfyre agrees Thai' a wa+ch from Ayres Jewelry would make an ideal giff. I I Z X - R f' K K - .V K 5 I 1 'f,y,,,.--.1 N I HARRY YESNESS l BROADBENT 84 HEALY I39 S. Cenfer , .. 229 E. IST BOB NAGEL mspec+s one of +he many car Looking for 'oh of good music? BILL goal Slllsa whlfzh Paid bi goundl its H222 BROADBENT seems +o have found ius+ 'I'ha+ esness' yommg S os ompe among +he long play albums af Broadbeni' Cl0+l"ie'S"' 8: Healy Music Co. x Kl.lNE'S I47 E. 2nd TAMA TRUE displays one of a wide array of swea'rers +o be found a+ Kline's, "Your Sfore of Fashion." HILLTOP DRIVE -INN 245 S. Pennsylvania I+ looks as if ihe "gang's all here." They are probably enioying some of fhose luscious beefburgers +ha+ are fops a+ Hillfop Drive-lnn. CASPER SUPER MARKET 840 E. 2nd JERRY MISCICK shops +hrough 'rhe well rounded selecfion of groceries al' Casper Super Market U e , UH , , N, X o 1- 5 1 f ! Y1:??r"f'-'lf if -1, , 1 av mr gy Y . Wi' J W ,, Wfaov- 75 g ,, MVZLNN. " Q ' RED AND WHITE COURT I660 E. YeIIows+one Highway The Red and Whife Couri' displays I'I1e rea son for i+s popularify-II1e clean, nea'I' sur roundings available Io Ihose who slay Ihere wI1e+I'1er for a nigI1'I' or II1e year round. JESSEN CREAMERY COMPANY 327 NorI'I1 Durbin MICKEY COUGHLIN is shown aboard one of II1e Jessen fruclcs fhal delivers your dairy goods so prompily Io your door. enum, iv TRO IIIII CLEANERS ti SCIIIIIII ww THE TROY LAUNDRY 328 Norfh Durbin Are +I1ose slrirfs and cords 'forever geI"I'ing dirfy? Marvin Dylce says II'1a'I' Sanifone dry cleaning af Ihe Troy Laundry will Iceep Ihem cleaner-longer. PETROLEUM INFORMATION 3 I 5 NorI'I1 WoIcoI"r Have any pho+osI'a+ing or reproducing Io be done? Call KIRK TALBOT who will assure you Ihe bes'I job possible. I . V . gl....,,....., I 1 , IL ,ifffx Af MEREDITH G-M-C can be found a complefe Iine of powerful, modern frucks for MEREDITH G-M-C TRUCKS, INC. 5I5 So. Walnuf PI1. 2-5349 every use. B 81 B STUDIO "Phofography af Ifs Besf" The Finesf Way fo Give fhe Besf I40 SO. WOLCOTT DIAL 2-288I e"Bal'v: In fhe Homecoming parade, fhe debafe feam offers de-baif fo Grand Juncfion as an Invifafion fo fesf fheir sfrengfh againsf fhe mighfy MUSTANGS. RIALTO THEATRE Wm BETTY BROWNING, VIOLA CLARK, JERRY FERGUSON. PEGGY MAYHUNE, and GLORIA SOLOMAN purchase +icke+s from JANICE STEINMAN +o a'Hend an- ofher of fhe fop flighf movies-Elvis Presley-being shown a+ 'Phe Rialfo Theafres. RIALTO THEATRE BUILDING on Nor+h Cenfer 'Na 3 ew! sk FRED'S TOWN AND COUNTRY ws. 'E KN N iz. was U Q Y T' A se T T 3 "1 ': -. 'wtf ag 5 4-14, ' ii T ' ft X F Q s ' A+ Fred's Town and Coun+ry MR. WATTERS and employees display +he many high qualify mea+s ob+ainable af low prices. I905 C Y Avenue Good fun and a boosf foward more social enioymenl' can be found a+ BARBARA LEE DANCE srunlo. BARBARA LEE DANCE STUDIO 929 W. I5+h Dial 2-4212 We Congraiulafe +he Graduafes Willy I of I957 THE LINOLEUM or YOUR Pfeffvmwwms STUDIO DIAL 2-1030 l4I scum Durbin Phone 2-4959 IL CITY PRINTERS so E. secouo...cAsP:w.,wvo. CASPER' WYQMING SHEPHERD MOTORS I 33 N. Cen'I'er "SHEP" SHEPHERD prepares fo en+er +he exclusive "Roclre+ 88" Oldsmobile 'Found af Shepherd Mofors. For lhe besi in exclusive men's clofhing, ED DANIELSON, DAVE GRIBBIN, and GARY LEONARD find +l1a+ Sfeve Flowers Men's Shop can supply all one's needs. STEVE FLOWERS SHOP Lobby of Henning Hoiel IP , V ill ag 'M' rr-' ll. -:-,w'w- pi RITA RAY ROBERTS and SANDRA SCHLIZER inspecl' 'rlwe new slreamlinecl grill on flue l957 Chevrolet NOLAN CHEVROLET 322 Sou+h David Al-'lo P05lllVe5 Film and PaPe" J K V ll Blue Line Prinfs-Blueprinls GLO Plales l9 Slalesl 11"-11 -,-.....- W' 'AW A pl-,oi-osfaf prims Film Ne9al'ives L Film Posilives JUmb0S'f6lS l Microfilming 806 585+ --AH 5+,ee+ FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY CASPER, WYOMING T Dial 2-0000 ATLAS REPRODUCTION TT- Geo E Cau+hen Proprielor PATTY CUNNINGHAM models one of 'ihe Congrafulafions fo Class of '57 From DRUG STORE 5, 2-3224 - 147 soum cenrsn - CASPER. wvommc Your Phofographic ancl Spor+ing Goods Heaclquarfers For "Dream Car" Design I+'s MERCURY For +he One Tha+'s Unmisfakably fhe Einesf l+'s LINCOLN CASPER exclusive creaiions +o be found ai Kassis. - KASSIS II4 N. WoIco++ Ph. 3-3746 DEPARTMENT STORE I37 E. 2nd mhz Jasper Uiribune-keralh The Casper Stax Uh 51111582 Urilnmz-Qzralh and Stu Published in Casper, Wyoming Oil Capiial of +he Rockies High school employees of The Tribune-S+ar, BOB MOLL, JIM HENDRICKS, SANDY DICKENSHEETS, DAN CUNNINGHAM. WALLY HOSKINS and HANS NOHR siand beside +he seldom-quief presses. Anofher safisfied cusfomer BEECH STREET BEAUTY SHOP 444 S. Beech Congrafulafions Class of I957 METCALF'S. INC. 323 S. Cenfer Casper HARDWARE HOUSEWARES APPLIANCES Bill Green Manager TOWNSEND HOTEL Wyoming's Mosf Hospi+abIe Casper's Meeling Place TOWNSEND HOTEL II5 Norfh Cenfer I TERRY WILLIAMSON rings up anofher sale a+ Terry's Groce+eria. TERRY'S GROCETERIA I5l4 Eas+ 2nd I E -at f W U. - ' .. '. .x ' " nu ' L ...H-. - Q 5 Cusfomers line up for Zesfo, America's fav- orife soff ice cream. ZESTO C Y Avenue MEYER JEWELRY. INC. Keepsake Diamonds Trifari Jewelry Many O+I1er Gifl' Ifems MEYER JEWELRY. INC. I02 Easi 2nd '4 if O C 5 fi 1 A-s:k.' ,I 7 lvlll.T ADAMSON Easlon Mefal Producl' Company 920 E, "C" Ph. 2-0870 NICKIE displays various pieces of equipmen+ purchasable af Eafon Mefal. and BEVERLY BREEN. BETTY BETTES and KAY BERLET parlalce of +l'1e wonderful hospiialify and refresfhmenl found al +l1e Green Derby. GREEN DERBY RESTAURANT II6 W. 2nd Shown is 'the beaufifully remodeled inferior of +l1e Hors+man-Gay Mor+uary. 4 'E HORSTMAN-GAY MORTUARY 7I0 55+ znd ,SH Maw ll WAN 'ms rom OF W WN DOUG SNEESBY helps load one of 'rhe Wig- wam Bakery fruclrs wiih an assodmenf of flue many Wigwam producfs. WIGWAM BAKERY 24I So. Durbin A+ HILLTOP SPORT AND TOY an employee inspecis one of a complefe selecfion of rifles and shofguns. HILLTOP SPORT AND TOY 2655 E. 2nd SANDY JONES poses In 'Fron+ of +he Cadillac El Dor- ado which shows all of fhe elegance and beauiy for which ii' is famous. MEL COLLIER MOTORS 550 E. I ED DANIELSON si+s in one of The ready-mix frucks which save so much +ime and labor. CASPER CONCRETE CO I525 E. "F" S+ree+ The 'famous na'l'ivi+y scene s+ancls in all i'rs loveliness in fronl of +he BUSTARD FUNERAL HOME. BUSTARD FUNERAL HOME 600 C Y Ave. WHITE DITCHING CO.. INC. Pipeline Conlraclor Trenching and Dirl Work No Job Too Big or Too Small DIAL 3-3783 FOR FREE ESTIMATES All Work Guaranleecl I40I EAST C CASPER Sl..J IJNDA LANEY and BOB TURNER are en- loymg 'I'l1e wonderful food al' Ihe Henning. HENNING HOTEL BLDG. Dial 3-4555 BOB THOMPSON lakes ano+I1er order for 'Ihe ever popular soil' wafer service available al' Culligan Soil Waier Ser- vice. CULLIGAN SOFT WATER SERVICE 255 N. WoIco++ Dial 3-5693 X .Af'I'er having I1er car experlly checked Jack Jones Garage. SANDY HUFF- MAN is coniidenl' of ifs performance. JACK JONES GARAGE 200 Wes+ Isl Dial 2-0932 JOHN JOURGENSEN PAINTS INC FeaI'urmg Wyo Life Dufch Boy and LummaII Pam'Is HEADQUARTERS FOR FINEST OF WALLPAPERS 242 W YeIIows+one Hy Casper Wyoming 2 2542 R AND S CHEVRON SERVICE De Smn+h and Jack Rabb CALIFORNIA CO PRODUCTS Seuberllng Tires 855 CY Phone 3 5358 Casper Wyo THE BLUEBIRD STORE 544 So CenI'er Phone 3 3802 HIGH OUALITY MeaI's Groceries FrulI's FREE DELIVERY ROY HEDSTROM Owner LESTER HOLLY EARL EALUM H 81 G CLEANERS Garmen'I's Rellned Zlppers Ins'IaIIed PICK UP AND DELIVERY 7I4 CY Avenue 2 2244 Casper Wyommg TRAILER SUPPLIES TRAILER SERVICE TRAILER FURNITURE FAY PEEBLES TRAILER SALES 50I W YeIIo sfone Caspe Wyo FAY PEEBLES O ner Manager Phone 2 2505 THE A81W DRIVE IN Caspers Mosi' Popular Home A 81 W Roo+beer ALCOVA HIWAY A J WOODS 81 SON For Fine Mens Wear I52 So CenI'er Casper Wyoming Congra+uIa+lons Class of I957 BERLET'S Toys Hobby Craff Apphances I28 N CENTER ST CASPER WYO I a and VegeI'abIes - of . w r, . II W 1. fwfwf DAVE NICHOLES and JOHN ! MAYER inspecf +I1e new ZeniII1 --I H+.-. .g. Space Command Tuning available a+ Radio Supply. RADIO SUPPLY CO. 642 E. 2nd Nonmq between 4,3 you and the sevhur 9, I BOB NAGEL and LARRY JOHN- SON admire +I1e new I957 Buick a+ Evans-Nagel Mofors. EVANS-NAGEL MOTORS, INC. 944 E. A DONNA SWISHER goes 'II1rougI1 a beauiiful array of Pendlelon Clofhing af Kis'IIer's. KISTLER SPORTING GOODS 245 So. Cenfer fd .z 15 Shown is I'I1e K A T I s+aff which beams ouf music and news around +I-Ie cloclc. KATI RADIO STATION 240 So. WoIcoH' ,II gl - 1 A GARY MASS is shown some of +I-ie beau+ifuI yef durable Skyway Luggage af Wiggins'. WIGGINS' SHOE SHOP I20 Easl' 2nd Dial 3-5I9I ABBY BOWEN shows a prospec- +ive cuslomer some of +I'1e beaufi- ful Iriichenware purchasable al Bowen's Hardware. BOWEN'S HARDWARE 240 S. Cen+er Dial 3-6Ib0 SERVICE CLEANERS I CONGRATULATIONS. SENIORS .+ . Qual Y eamng Complimenls of for Parficular People Pick-Up and Delivery Service HUFFMAN STANDARD SERVICE 2nd a+ McKinley STANDARD AND ATLAS PRODUCTS I46 N. JACKSON PHONE 3-5600 YELLOW CAB Dial 3-4534 CASPER'S FINEST TAXI SERVICE Freshman paren+s going 'Ihrough 'I'I'le cafe- 'Ieria line. JOHN TRIPENY CO. Drugs Jewelry BEST WISHES, SENIORS I2 Years in Casper I: X APPLIANCE SERVICE CO. 606 E. Railroad LEON WILLIAMS shows JOANNE BLOWER some of Ihe feafures of Ihe Frigidaire ice- maker found af Appliance Service. The generosify of N. C. H. S. siudenfs is eviden'I in Ihe Iarge amouni' of food donaf- ed by Miss Feris' home room Io Ihe Sal- va'Iion Army. I 311.40 ""'!"'!l""' PITTSBURGH PAINT 8: GLASS CO. 252 Souih Cenier LINDA and PRUDENCE TYLER go over Ihe varied assor'ImenI' of colors purchasable a'I' PiHsburgh Paini' 8: Glass Co. LINDA BOWMAN and MIKE O'BRIEN read "Ti+Ie Repor+s" aI' TITLE GUARANTY COM- PANY OF WYOMING. INC. 535 Soufh Cen'I'er Casper UNION ELECTRIC CO. EIec+ricaI Con+rac'I'ors WIRING SUPPLIES LIGHT FIXTURES YOUNGSTOWN KITCHENS I42 So. Durbin Phone 2-7I45 JOHN PEACH, Owner CongraI'uIa+lons Class of I957 JOHNSON CLOTHING CO 22I Soufh Cenier Casper Wyoming Wyommg s Educahonal Muslc Cen+er EDWARD E SARICKS MUSIC CO 2 E 2nd D 22III CASPER WYOMING KAL S Caspers Mos+ CompIe+e Food S+ore 500 S Cen'Ier Phone 3 3692 CASPER WYOMING J W FORSLING FURNITURE COMPANY Fme Furmfure Thai' Ihe Home May Be Honored Second and So David Dual 2 I563 CASPER WYOMING Compllmenfs of WOLFORDS Caspers Largesi' Family Shoe S+ore II7 Easi' Second S+ Dual 3 5I00 CASPER WYOMING BENNET'S BreaIc'FasI' Lunch and Dmners Founfam Servsce 9I5 C Y Avenue Dual 3-4489 CASPER WYOMING -I ' 30. ial , ' mc. STUART SHOP Where Sfyle Knows No Slze Exclusive Ladles Ready +o Wear I37 SO CENTER 3 829I Emerson Televlslon TRADE IN YOUR OLD RADIO OR PHONO ON A NEW l957 MODEL Exper+ Repair Service by K C Dooley 504 W YELLOWSTONE PHONE 37I34 Casper K C RADIO AND TV SERVICE Sta Nu 81 EXCLUSIVE SHIRT LAUNDRY MIDWEST CLEANERS Congra'ruIahons Class of 957 SPRECHER S PHARMACY I33 So Cenfer Dual 2 l527 CREAM O WEBER Tasfes BeH'er Because I+ Is BeHer PHONE 3 360l 532 Bryan S'I'ocIr Trall BLOSSOM SHOP Rowena Hodgson Prop FLOWERS GIFTS I27 Soufh Cenier CASPER WYOMING CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF I957 CompIlmen+s of OKES JEWELRY Wesfrldge Village Dual 3 3326 DELUX BEAUTY SALON Exclhng Hair S+yIes by Experfs COLOR BLENDING PERMANENT WAVES OF DISTINCTION MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS 202 Eas+ 2nd Dual 3 7898 ll P Il ... . I PICK ur a. DELIVERY ssnvlc: I f P H 0 C E S S I ' I I WYOMING STATIONERY School Supplies GIH' Hems Hallmark Cards BUY QUALITY IT PAYS WESTRIDGE FLORISTS WesI'rldge Vnllage Dual 2 402I WESTRIDGE BAKERY Home of Old Fashioned Bread Fme Pasirles Decora+ed Cakes Home Made Coolues Wesfrldge Vlllage Phone 2 I064 TWEED INSURANCE AGENCY All Forms of Properly and CasuaH'y Insurance STEWART FURNITURE Feafurmg Name Brand Home Furnishings FLEXSTEEL MASLAND CROWN SPRING MOHAWK VIRTUE MERSMAN CRADDOCK 4I2 Easl' 2nd SI'reeI' Congrafulahons From MCCANN JEWELERS II8 Easl' Second SI' Casper Wyoming Phone 3 822I DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING MacMAN US 81 SON Home of 158 So Cen+er CORONADO APPLIANCES cREsT TIRES CA5pER 5 CREDIT JEWELERS VARCON AUTO PARTS AND ACCESSORIES HOME GUARD PAINTS LADY HELEN HOUSEWARE 225 Co Cenfer 2 I363 REX'S IN 81 OUT DRIVE-IN "Open All Year" IO4 Nor+l1 Kimball Casper 1 4Q LARRY RYERSON begins a delivery, a cus- 'lomer service available af Palms Floral. PALMS FLORAL CO. 4I4 E. 2nd Ph. 3-3600 newing service, pafronize HAROLD'S CLEANERS. HAROLD'S CLEANERS 333 E. H TEXACO NO. I "l love all my cusfomersp 1'l1ey're all +l1e nicesf people in fhe world." JOE EGLEY, Propriefor Phone 2-3575 345 Easf Second H. AND C. "TIP-TOP" MARKET JOHN J. HURLEY RussELL F. CORBIN Free Delivery Service CASPER' WYOMlNG KAREN NICOLAYSON inspecis some of 'lhe craf+sman's +ools 'lo be found ai Nicolayson Lumber Co. NICOLAYSEN LUMBER CO. I07 E. Midwesf Ave. PH. 2-3545 PLAINS FURNITURE COMPANY Carpehng Our SpeclaI+y WADE T RUCKMAN Prop 328 Wesf YeIIows'rone Casper Wyo GRAY S JEWELRY I22 Eas+ Second MONEY DOWN I8 MO TO AY AS LOW AS SI 25 PER WEEK Gray Lawrence Owner Phone 2 6404 THE CLARE AGENCY Real Es'ra'I'e and Loans BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF I957 I62 SouI'h Cenfer Sfreef HALES TEXACO SERVICE FIRESTONE Tires Ba++erles and Accessories Phone 3 6392 2nd and Grani' WHITMAN'S GROCERY Meafs Grocerles Vege+abIes and Foun'raln Phone 3 7I53 II04 Eas+ I2I'h CASPER WYOMING Lovma H Loehr Phone 3609I THE QUALITY SHOP Ladles Ready +o Wear Exclusive Bui' No'r Expensive 22I EAST FIRST CASPER WYOMING CongraI'uIaI'lons Class of I 957 BAILY SCHOOL SUPPLY HOUSE 444 Wes+ Rallroad Phone 3 5945 CASPER WYOMING Please Pafromze Our ADVERTIZERS Thank You I - - NO . P CASPER. WYOMING CASPER, WYOMING SENIOR ACTIVITIES ADAMSON MILTON NICHOLAS NFL I 2 3 4 Presldent 4 Natxonal Honor Socrety 3 4 Presvdent 4 Englush Club 2 3 4 Pres1dent4 Student Councll 4 Boys State 3 Annual Staff 4 Gusher Staff 4 Jumor Follues 3 Quull and Scroll 4 41 ADKISSON DONALD UDELL C Club I 2 3 4 Swlmmung I 2 3 4 Football 4 Bandl 2 3 ALLEN SHARRON LEE Newcomers Club 3 41 ALLISON CAROL MARIE Future Secre tarnes 3 4 Thesplans 4 Bug Susters 4 Jumor Follies 3 C841 ALM JANICE LEE Bug Ststers 4 C841 ANDERSON ARLENE YVONNE Future Secretarues 3 4 Bug Susters 4 Junnor Follues 3 Prom 3 C841 ANDERSON GLENN ELLIOTT C841 Hlgh School Rlce Lake Wusconsun C841 ANDERSON JULIA LEE Future Secre tarues Treasurer 3 Presudent 4 Band I 2 3 4 Junior Follles 3 Bug Slsters 4 Ornentatlon Tea 2 C841 ATACK IRENE VIRGINIA C841 ATKINS ROSALIE ANN Junlor Follnes 3 84 BABCOCK RICHARD JR Future Teach ers 3 4 Football Basketball Track I 2 Chorr2 3 841 BAILEY DAWNA MAE Riverton Hugh School C841 BAKER MARY SUSAN Future Teachers 2 3 4 Bug Sisters Vlce Presudent 4 Gurls League Councll I 2 3 4 Prom Commtttee 3 C841 BAKER NANCY AGNES Newcomers I Ornentatton Tea 2 Bug Susters 4 C841 BALCH RONNIE SUE Future Secretartes 3 Jumor Follnes 3 formerly Superuor Wyoming C841 BARNES THOMAS EDWARD Rustlers 4 Chour 2 3 4 Boys Octet 3 4 Swung Ban 2 3 Jumor Follues 3 Onl Man for a Day 4 AllSchool Play 3 C841 BARNUM GORDON WAYNE C841 BEALL PATRICIA ANN C841 BELL THOMAS ALAN C991 BEMIS LOIS LEE Bug Slsters 4 Radlo Gutld 3 4 Future Nurses 2 3 4 Mad nga 3 4 Orchestra I 2 Jumor F I Ines 3 Gusher Staff 2 C841 BENSON BARBARA ANN C851 BENSON KENNETH CHARLES C Club ball 4 BENTON RALPH ARTHUR Football I 2 3 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 C851 BLACK DIXIE LEE Bug Snsters 4 Jumor Prom 3 Jumor Folltes 3 Orlentatnon Tea 3 Gnrls League Councnl 3 4 Grad uatlon Usher 3 C851 BLASINGAME WILMETT CELESTE Form BLOWER JO ANNE Natlonal Honor ctety 3 4 NFL I 2 3 4 r dent 4 Engltsh Club 2 3 4 Vice Pres: dent 4 Spanish Club I 2 Radio Guald ep Club I 3 4 Bug Sus esplans 3 4 Madrlgal I 2 Glrls State 3 Junior Follles 3 C851 BORLAND JERRY ERNEST Rustlers FFA4 Football4 C851 BRALY JOAN C851 BREAM SARAH HELEN Radio Guuld Future Nursesl 2 3 4 Bug Slsters Junlor Follues 3 Madrugal 4 Prom 85 BROADBENT WILLIAM ELLSWORTH Newcomers 4 Spannsh Club 4 Band 4 Brass Sextet 4 formerly Washakue County Hugh School Worland C851 BROUILETTE RONALD DUANE Former ly Santa Barbara Caluf Jumor Folltes 3 Future Professnonals 4 Radlo Gunld Newcomers Club 2 C851 BROWN RUTH ANN Quull and Scroll 4 BRUMMEL ROSE MARIE Pep Club I 2 3 Jumor Folltes 3 Ortentatnon Tea 2 Nattonal Honor Socnety 4 C851 BUCHANAN JOHN WILLIAM C Club I 2 3 4 Vlce Pres1dent4 Boys State Football I 2 3 4 Basketball I 3 4 Track I 2 3 4 Student Councul 2 3 4 Jumor Follies 3 Jumor Prom 3 Sophomore Class Rep Jumor Class Presuclent Boys Vlce President C851 BURNETT JOHN CHARLES Rxfle Team 85 CARMICHAEL WESLEY CHARLES C851 CARR ARLENE ROBERTA Rodeo Club Bug Slsters Rrfle Team C991 CARR JERRY TUTTLE Rodeo Club FFA 85 CAUTHORN JOHN RAY C851 CHANDLER SHIRLEY JEAN Radno Guild 3 Bug Susters 4 Future Professlonals 4 Flag Twnrler 3 4 Jumor Follles 3 C851 CHASE JANICE JERRINE Natnonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Future Secretarles Bug Sus ters 4 C851 CHERNICK EDWARD WALTER C Club 3 4 Football 2 3 4 CHRISTIANSEN EDWARD ANDREW 85 CHRISTMAN GEORGE EARL Future Pro fesslonals 4 Crack Drrll Squad Basket ball Track C851 CHRISTMAN REGINALD CLAIR C861 CLARK JOHN STADHEM Thesplans 4 Chess Club 4 Bandl 2 3 C861 CLARKE DONALD WRAY Jumor Follues 3 Gusher Staff 4 Future Teachers 4 86 CLARKE LOYAL EDWARD Natronal Forenslc League 2 3 4 Newcomers Club 2 formerly Rock Sprungs Hugh School C861 Number ln parentheses IS Senior class picture page I85 I I 1 1 7 I I I ' I - I I I I I I I I ' 1 1 1 Cl 1 1 1 . ' . J . ' ' ' . ' . . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . I . K 1 1 1 1 . C8 I I ' ll ll , . . . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 .11 11 ' 31 1 1 1 1 1 21 , '- - ' 1' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I ' , ' ' , ' . I I I I I 31 1 1 1 -C341 ' ' , - 'I I . , . . . . . 7 - 1 I 1 I I n 1 , I I 1 1 1 1 ' -C8 I 1 1 1 1 O' . - . 1 - - ' ' I 1 . I . I 1 T ' I . I I 1 I I : I ' Il II , . 2, 3, 47 Foot I, 2, 3, . C851 I : I I I . . I I , 1 I I N 1 1 1 1 1 I , I I 1 . ' . . ' . C 1 , 7 1 I . . . . , I , . , I ' l ' ' , I A 1 1 I 1 1 1 . I I . I Z . . I I - . I ' a A . . rl Midwest. 99 ' . ' . . ' ANDERSON, JANET MARIE: Washington e Y' I I , g . 1 1 - I I I . . ' So , 1 , , , , Vlce P est- I I - D D - 1 2 ' 1 1 1 1 - ' ' F ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 35 P 1 21 1 1 ters 41 - Th 1 1 1 1 31 Ai 1 - ' A 1 1 1 1 - , I I I . . h I : 22 I I I I I 1 I I 1 1 '5 ' I I 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 - I f -I . . 1 ' 1 - ' I . . 37 1 - , I 1 1 1 1 41 1 5 1 1 3. , I . 1 ' 1 . ' . . ' . . . ' . 1 1 1 . , . . . 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1' ' . ' ' I : . . I , . 1 1 . . '. . '. 5 1 1 ' -1 ' ' I I I I I 1 1 1 ' , 1 ' 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 7 1 l ' ' ' ' CLEGG RUTHIE GENE Future Teachers 3 4 Secretay 4 Bug Susters Thespuans 4 Oruentatuon Tea 2 Can teen Councul l 2 3 4 Junuor Follues 3 86 COLBURN GLENDA SUE Natuonal Hon or Socuety 3 4 Future Secretarues 4 Madrugal 2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 March Band I 2 3 4 Junuor Follues 86 COLEMAN DAVID LIONEL JR Basket 'I 2 3 4 CONNELL KERRY BLAKE Future Pro fessuonals 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Basketball Manager 4 Junuor Follues 3 861 COOPER THOMAS ADAM 1861 COOPER WILLIAM WESLEY 1861 COSTELLO MARY FRANCES Bug Sus ters 4 formerly Washakue County Hugh School 1861 COTE JOHN JOSEPH Future Professaon als 3 4 Track Team Junuor Follues 3 86 I 2 3 4 Future Teachers Football I 2 3 Baske 86 COVER JERRY CLARK Future Teachers 2 3 4 Presudent4 C Club3 4 Foot ball I 2 Trackl 2 Wrestlung 2 Junuor Follues 3 1861 COX DANUS DANEEN Bug Susters 4 Junuor Follues 3 Newcomers Club 3 formerly West Hugh Denver 1861 CRIGER AROL GLENN Future Profes suonals 3 4 Madrugal 4 Rufle Team 2 3 4 Mustang Guard 2 3 1861 CROWE DOUGLAS MARTIN 1861 CUMMINGS JOHN GORDON 1861 CUMMINGS ROGER ALLEN Madrugal 2 3 Junuor Follues 3 1861 CUNNINGHAM DAN EUGENE Madrugal gal 3 4 Junuor Follues 3 1861 CUNNINGHAM PATRICIA ANN Future Nurses 2 4 Raduo Guuld 3 Madrugal 3 Swummung I Spanush Club 4 Gurls League Councul I 4 1861 CUNNINGHAM SONDRA KAY Pep Club Latun Club Raduo Guuld Orchestra Madrugal Truple Truo Junuor Follues 3 86 CURRY MICHAEL MUNROE Marchung n I 3 Swung Band I 2 Junuor Follues 3 1861 CUTHBERTSON SANDRA FERN New comers Club formerly Bellevulle Hugh School Bellevulle Kansas 1871 DANIELSON GEORGE EDWARD Club Football I 2 3 4 Madrugal 2 3 4 Boys Octette 2 3 4 Junuor Fol Iues 3 1871 DAUGHERTY JOHN HOWARD 1871 DAVIS BETH DEANNA Future Teachers 3 4 Madrugal 3 4 Junuor Follues 3 Bug Susters 4 1871 DAY BEVERLY ANN Future Secretarues 3 4 Bug Susters 4 Thespuans 4 Junuor DAY CHARLES LYNN Formerly New castle Wyomung Newcomers Club 3 87 DAY DELBERT LAWRENCE JR Trackl Madrugal 2 3 Color Guard 3 4 Mus tang Guard 2 3 Crack Drull Squad 2 3 4 Junuor Follues 3 871 DERRICO EUGENE ROCCO 1871 DEVAULT JAMES ARTHUR C Club Presudent 4 Football I 2 3 4 Basket I Tr 2 3 4 Stu Councul 3 4 Junuor Class Rep 3 Stu dent Body Treasurer 4 1871 DICKENSHEETS SANDRA KAY NFL I 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Natuonal Honor So cuety 3 4 Gurls State 3 Englush Club 2 3 4 Spanush Clubl 2 Junuor Follues Student Durector 3 Pep Club 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Gurls League Councul 2 Bug Susters 4 Quull and Scroll 1871 DILG JAMES WALTER Future Profes suonals 3 4 ROTC Merut Award 3 4 Crack Drull Squad 2 3 Mustang Guard 3 Junuor Follues 3 1871 DIVINE STANLEY WARREN Newcomers Junuor Follues 3 1871 DONLEY RUSSELL LEE NFL 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Orchestra I 2 3 Ba d I 2 3 Freshman Class Presudent Sophomore Class Presudent Student Body Presudent 4 Boys State and Boys Natuon Natuonal Honor Socuety 4 Quull and Scroll4 1871 DONOHUE ELIZABETH ANN Future Teachers 4 Future Nurses 4 Newcom ers Club Bug Susters 4 Swummung Team Chour 3 4 Junuor Follues 3 1871 DROLLINGER CARROL DEE Pep Club 2 3 Future Nurses 2 3 4 Madrugal 2 3 Junuor Follues 3 1871 DUNCAN CARLA RAY Gurls State 3 VFW Essay Contest2 3 NFLI 2 Span lush Club 3 4 Thespuans 3 Bug Susters 4 Junuor Follues 3 Natuonal Honor So ctefy 4 1871 DUNN LEOLA JANE Future Secretarues ers 4 and I Concert Band 2 3 4 Marchung Band 4 Bask d Assembly Band 3 4 Drum Quuntette 3 4 Junuor Follues 3 1871 DUTHIE RODGERS C Clubl 2 3 4 Rustlers 2 Rodeo Club 3 Future Pro fesssonals 4 Wrestlung 3 4 Jun Follues3 1871 ELLIOTT PATRICIA JEAN Future Nurses I 2 4 Bug Susters 4 Raduo Guuld 2 3 Thespuans 4 Junuor Follues 3 Gusher Staff 2 4 Quull and Scroll 4 1871 EMPFIELD DON MORRIS NFL 2 Span ush Club Chess Club Thespuans Natuon al Honor Socuety 4 1881 '36 'Number m parentheses us Senuor class prcture page 1 5 1 : I : - 21 1 1 Y 1 ' ' 41 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 - ' ' 1 ' 1 ' ' ' 1 1 I : ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 I ' I ' ' I I I . 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I I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I 5 ' I I I 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' . 7 ' ' ENDSLEY RONALD LEE Thesplans Swnmmung Intramural Basketball Jumor Prom 3 C951 ENGDAHL LEROY ELOF C Club Foot I 2 3 Bask tballl 2 3 4 Jun Follues 3 Natuonal Honor Socuety 4 C881 ENGLE KAY LYNN Pep Club 3 4 Thes plans 4 Bug Snsters 4 Madrugal 3 4 Jumor Follues 3 Ornentatuon Tea 2 C881 EV NS F DEAN NFL I 2 3 Future Professuonals 2 3 Radio Gulld 2 Na tnonal Honor Soclety 3 4 C881 EVANS ROBERT THOMAS Natlonal Honor Socnety 3 4 Spanish Club 2 C 3 4 otball I Track 4 Ba all 3 4 O State 3 C881 EVENSON DAVID LEROY CIOO1 FALK DEANNE FAYE Bug Sisters FERGUSON JERRY LOU C881 FILES SALLY Future Teachers 3 4 Pep Club 2 Radlo Guild 3 C881 FISHER MARY ANN Bug Slsters 4 Jun lor Follles 3 C881 FISHER RONALD JOSEPH Thespuans 4 Football I Track I Cholr 2 Drlll Team I 2 formerly Morgan Park Mulltary Academy C881 FLECK YVONNE EVELYN Formerly en tral Catholtc Hugh School Great Falls Montana C881 FLYR NANCY ANN Latnn Club 3 Or chestra I 2 3 4 AllState Orchestra 88 FOOTE GWENDOLYN CAROL Thespuans 4 Future Nurses 4 Bug Slsters 4 Jumor Fo Ines 3 C881 FORD WAYNE PAUL Basketball I 4 881 FORSTER CAROLE ANN Bug Susters 4 Jumor Follles 3 C881 FOSS DAVID NELSON C Club Track Swlmmlng C881 FOSTER GRACE CLARICE Bug Snsters 4 Marchnng Band formerly Wyandotte Hugh School Kansas Cnty Kansas C881 FRANCE KAY LOUISE Rodeo Club Fu ture Secretarues Bug Susters formerly Bozeman Montana C881 FRAZIER EDYTHA ANN Pep Club Big Sisters Home Ec Club C881 FRYE BETTY LOUELLA Bug Slsters 4 Future Secretarles Recordnng Secretary 4 81 GADBERRY HILDA GAYLE Newcomers Club 4 Twnrllng 4 formerly Mudland Texas and Pnnedale Wyomxng C881 GARRIS PATRICIA ANN C881 GARMAN LARRY WAYNE Swimming 3 Natnonal Honor Soclety 4 C881 Newcomers Club Blg Susters 4 Jumor Follies 3 Orrentatlon Tea 2 C881 GILI. GENE EDWARD Crack Drnll Team 3 Oll Man for a Day 4 C891 GILPIN KENNETH JACK C891 GOODMAN SANDRA LEE Spannsh Club 2 3 4 Vnce Presndent 3 Secretary 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 4 C891 GRANT VIVIAN CAROL Natuonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Glrls League Councll 4 Future Teachers 4 Bug Sisters 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Gusher Staff 3 Jumor Follies 3 C891 GRAVELIS EVA Future Nurses Madrl gal C891 GREEN BONNIE RAY Spanush Club I 2 3 4 Bug Slsters 4 Orlentatlon Tea 2 891 GREEN MARGUERITE ALICE Future Teachers Vlce President 4 Jumor Fol Ines 3 Orlentatxon Tea 2 C891 GRIBBIN DAVID JAMES Future Profes snonals 3 4 Presudent 4 Englnsh Club 4 Intramural Basketball 3 Annual Staff 4 Prosecutor for student courts 3 Cheerleader 4 Jumor Follles 3 Quvll and Scroll Track 4 C891 'Number m parentheses IS Semor class picture p GUENTHER MICHAEL RAY Radio Guild Thespuans Football I Gusher Staff 3 4 Jumor Follues 3 C891 HAEKER NITA MARIE Future Nurses 4 Gusher Staff 2 3 Raduo Guild 3 4 Bug Sisters 4 Orchestra I Future Secretarnes 4 Ornenta tlon Tea 2 Jumor Follies 3 C891 HAEKER RITA JEAN Bug Slsters4 Radio Gulld 3 4 Future Teachers 2 3 4 Thespnans4 Future Secretarles 4 Gusher Staff 2 Jumor Follues 3 Marchlng Band I 2 3 4 Ornentatuon Tea 2 C891 HAIGLER CAROL ANN Spanush Club I g sters 4 Madrngal I 2 Vnce President 4 Trlple Truo I 2 3 4 Mustang Queen 4 C891 HALL WILLIAM EUGENE Crack Drnll 2 89 HAMMOND SANDRA LOUISE Newcom ers Club 2 Jumor Follies 3 C891 HANSEN SHIRLEY ETTA Newcomers Club 3 Bug Susters 4 formerly Allnance Nebraska C891 HANSON SALLY ANN Pep Club 3 4 Bug Sisters 4 Junior Follues 3 C891 HARGROVE LARRY Gusher Staff 4 formerly Douglas Wyomlng C901 HARLOW DIANE LAVON Rodeo Club 90 HARRIS SALLY LOUISE C901 HARTMAN EDDIE C901 HARTMAN FRANCES YVONNE Future Secretarnes 3 4 Bag Susters 4 Jumor Folltes 3 C901 HEADY HARRY ALLEN Thespuans Foot ball 2 3 4 Swlmmlng 3 4 C901 HECK .IANICE FAY Future Teachers 3 4 Future Secretarnes 4 Radio Guild 3 4 Beg Sisters 4 Thespuans Concert Band Marchung Band Gusher Staff C901 I87 age , : l 5 , Z ' l 7 , 5 ' I ' ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 f I ' 1 ' 1 3 I ' . 1 1 1 1 I l ball, 1 1 1 D S 1 1.1 1 'Of 1 1 1 1, 2, 3, , I I ' P ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 21 31 41 ' 1 I ' 1 2 1 1 ' , 1 1 ' ' 1 ' ' - 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 - . . 1 1 5 1 2 1 - , , A , , , 1 1 1 A 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 - , - , 1 , , I I 1 1 1 - - C8 , - - , - . . 1 1 I I I I ' , 1 , . 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HEFLEY, JOYCE ELAINE: Formerly, Uintah High School, Evanston, Wyo- ming. 1901 HEIN ROBERT DONALD C Club Foot ball Wrestling 1901 HENDRICKS JAMES EDMUND 1901 HENRIE MONTE LAMAR Orchestra Band 1901 HERSH WELDON 1901 HICKS JAMES AUGUST Color Guard 3 4 Junior Follies 3 901 HIGGINS DEANNA LEE Future Teach ers 4 Girls Rifle Team 2 Thespians 4 Big Sisters 4 Junior Follies 3 1901 HILBERT JOHN NATHAN English Club 2 3 4 Radio Guild 3 Junior Follies 3 Band I 2 3 4 Orchestra 4 Marching Bandl 2 3 4 Basketball Bandl 3 4 Assembly Band 4 Madrlgal 2 3 1901 HILL JUDITH ANN Newcomers Club I Junior Follies 3 1901 HOADLE-Y LOIS EDWIN JR Latin Club 2 3 Future Professionals 3 4 National Honor Society 4 1901 HOBBS LARRY FLOYD 1901 Future Teachers 2 3 4 Big Sisters 4 Junior Follies 3 Madrvgal I 2 3 Na tional Honor Socnety 4 1901 HOFF DENNIS LEROY HOLMES CLINTON ORLY 1901 HOLT DONNA JEAN 1901 HOWARD PATRICIA ANN Girls State 3 Gusher Staff 4 Judiciary Council Chairman 4 Natnonal Thesplans 3 io Gusld 3 4 Latn Cl b I AllSchool Plays 3 4 Junior Follies Future Teachers 4 Quill and Scroll 90 HUEY ELEANOR PATRICIA Latin Club 2 Future Teachers 2 3 4 Ra Guild 2 3 Treasurer 3 Gusher Staff 2 Future Secretarnes 3 Annual Staff 4 Girls League Council 3 Senior Class Treasurer 4 Big Sisters President 4 Tlggonal Honor Society 4 1901 'N HUGHES, CHARLENE HELEN: Big Sisters 41 Radio Guild1 Future Professionals. 90 HUNT JERRY OLIVER C Club Foot ball Wrestling 1911 HURLEY BETTY MAY Future Nurses 2 Big Sisters 4 Marching Band I 2 1911 JACKETT CLIFFORD ALLEN 1911 JACOBS JANICE FAE Newcomers Club 2 Future Nursese 3 4 Pep Club 4 Junior Follies 3 Big Sisters 4 formerly Greeley Colorado 1911 JACOBS JUDITH RAE Junior Follies 3 Pep Club Newcomers Club 2 Future Secretarres Big Sisters 4 formerly Greeley Colorado 1911 JAMERMAN PATRICIA ANNE Future Secretaries 4 Big Sisters 4 1911 JAMES CHARLES ALLEN Wrestling 2 91 JENSEN SILAS EUGENE National Honor Society 4 JOHNSON EARL RICHARD JR Football 1 2 3 Track I JOHNSON JANET IRENE Pep Club I 2 3 Radio Guild 4 Thespnans 4 Fu ture Teachers 3 Big Sisters 4 1911 JOHNSON JERRY DON Gusher Staff JOHNSON KENNETH WILFRED New comers Club 3 Basketball Track Band 3 formerly Alliance High School AI Iiance Nebraska 1911 JOHNSON LAWRENCE EUGENE Latin 3 4 English Club 4 C Club I 2 3 Newcomers Club 1 Rifle Team 3 4 Mustang Guard 2 3 Drill Squad 3 Annual Staff 4 Junior Follies 3 Oll Man for a Day 4 1911 JOHNSON MARY ANN Future Secre tarues 3 4 Big Sisters 4 Junior Follies 3 Junlor Prom 3 1911 umber in parentheses is Senior class picture P JOHNSON, THOMAS MILTON: Latin Club 2, 31 ROTC 2, 3j National Honor Society 4. 1911 JOHNSTON CARL CHRISTIAN 1911 JONES CHARLES FRANKLIN Basketball Footballl Bandl 2 3 4 Sw Ban 1 2 3 4 Orchestral 2 1911 JONES CLIFFORD LEE 1911 JONES SANDRA JOAN Future Profes sionals 3 4 Secretary 3 Pep Club 3 Future Nurses 2 3 4 Swimming Team 1 2 Cheerleader 4 Annual Staff 4 Quill and Scroll Big Slsters JOURGENSEN BARRY MCCORD Foot ball 2 Junior Follies 3 1911 KASPER PATRICIA ANN Rodeo Club 3 Bug Sisters 4 1921 KERNS JAMES MARTIN FFA 1921 KERCHER SHIRLEY ANN Future Secre taries 3 4 Home Ec Club 4 Big Sisters 4 Junior Follies 3 Junior Prom 3 92 KIMBALL PATTY YVONNE Rodeo Club Future Teachers Big Sisters 4 1921 KING KATHERINE MARIE Junior Follies 3 921 KINNAMON RICHARD LEE 1921 KOHUTH BEVERLY ANN Big Sisters 4 Band I 2 Marching Band I 2 Basket ball Band I 1921 KOSANKE SHARON RAE National Hon or Society NFL English Club Latin C ub Orientation Tea 2 Junior Follies 3 1921 KRAEN JANET ROSALIE Latin Club 3 4 English Club 4 Junior Follnes 3 Fu ture Nurses 2 4 Big Sisters 4 1921 KUMPF LAURA LOUISE Junior Prom 3 Pep Club 4 Future Nurses 4 Englnsh Club 4 Bug Sisters 4 Gusher Staff A sistantEdntor4 formerly Worland Wyo ming National Honor Society 4 Quill and Scroll 4 1921 age 11 11 I , I - I 11 11 I I I I I ' I , . 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I I . 1 ' , ' LANCASTER PEGGY JOE Junuor Follues 3 Bug Susters Co ed Ball Decoratuon 4 Future Teachers 3 4 Madrugal l 2 3 4 Truple Truo 3 4 1921 LARGENT JANICE ARDELLA Pep Club 3 4 Bug Susters 4 Junuor Follues 3 Jun uor Prom 3 1921 LAUGHLIN ROBERT BRADFORD JR Natuonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Vuce Presu dent Latun Club Treasurer 2 NFL I 2 Englush Club 4 Future Professuonals 4 lntramural Basketball Junuor Follues 3 Home Room Representatuve 2 Boys State 3 Chrustmas Pageant 2 1921 LAW RAYE ANNETTE Rock Sprungs Hugh School 3 Natuonal Honor Socuety 4 921 LEGGITT BERTIE BEATRICE Junuor Fol lues 3 Junuor Prom 3 Rufle Team 2 Swummung Team 2 3 Bug Susters 4 Thespuans 3 Future Secretarues 3 4 92 LEONARD GARY Latun Club I 2 Rufle Team 3 4 Football 2 Junuor Follues Commuttee Junuor Prom Commuttee Junuor Rung Commuttee Student Councul 3 4 Class Representatuve 3 Mulutary Representatuve 4 Natuonal Honor So cuety4 1921 LESHER KEITH ALFRED 1921 LINDENMEYER JOAN MARGUERITE Junuor Prom 3 Bug Susters 4 1921 LINK RAMONA YVONNE Homemakers Club 4 Madrugall 2 3 1921 LOLLAR BARBARA ALICE Junuor Follues 3 Bug Susters 4 1921 LOTSPEICH DEAN LYLE Track I 2 Bas ket alll 2 3 4 Football I 2 4 R TC 93 LOUTAS JOHN GEORGE Natuonal For ensuc League 1931 LUCHT GORDON RICHARD 1931 LUCK JUDY GAIL Pep Club 2 3 4 Raduo Guuld 3 4 Junuor Follues 3 Bug Susters4 1931 MCALLISTER MARLENE LOUISE New comers Club formerly Glenrock Hugh School 1931 McCALLA JOHN TERRELL Future Secre tanes 4 formerly Sherudan Hugh Schoo 93 MCCRARY EVERETT BROOKS ROTC 2 3 4 Natuonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Foot ball Madrugal Presudent 4 Boys State 3 Class Vnce Presudent 4 1931 MCDANIEL MAREN KAY Future Teach ers 3 4 Bug Susters 4 Oruentatuon Tea 2 Concert Band I 2 3 4 All Orchestra 3 Drum Quuntet 3 4 March un Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestra I 2 3 4 31 MCDOWELL KENNETH VERN C Club B etball I 2 3 4 Track 3 Junor Prom 3 Student Councul I 4 Class Presudent4 1931 MCFARLAND KATHERINE Madrugal Swung Band Sunger 4 Cheerleader 4 Homecomung Queen Attendant 93 MCGRADY FRANCES DOUGLAS Pep Club 4 Englush Club 4 Bug Susters 4 Oruentatnon Tea 2 Junuor Follues 3 Jun nor Prom 3 formerly Bnlllngs Montana Natuonal Honor Soclety 4 1931 MCGRATH SHARON ROSE Newcomers Clubl Future Teachers 2 3 4 Lat Club 2 Junuor Follues 3 Junuor Prom 3 Thespuans 4 Raduo Guuld 4 1931 MCPHERSON DARREL GENE Junuor Fol Iues 3 4 Thespuans 3 4 Natuonal Thes puans 4 Mustang Guard 2 AllSchoou Play 3 4 Chrustmas Pageant 3 Junuor Prom 3 1931 MAHONEY SHEILA ELLEN Gurls State 3 Club Edutor of Gusher 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Senuor Class Secretary 4 NFL 2 3 Junuor Follues 3 Raduo Guuld 3 Englush Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Span ash Club I 2 3 Secretary 3 Quull and Scroll 4 1931 MANKA LARRY THOMAS 1931 MARKEN FRANCIS DEE Junuor Follues 3 Bug Susters 4 Raduo Guuld 3 4 Mad ruga 3 4 Spanush Club 2 3 4 Quill and Scroll4 1931 MATTHEWS IDA PAMELIA Junuor Fol lues 3 AllSchool Play 3 Junuor Prom Commuttee 3 Bug Susters 4 Future Sec retarues 3 4 Natuonal Honor Socuety 4 94 MAYFIELD CLAUDIA LEE Junuor Follues 3 Junuor Prom 3 Bug Susters Program Chaurman for Co ed Ball 4 Madrugal 2 3 4 Truple Truo 4 Natuonal Honor So cuety4 1941 MEEK KENT ALLEN Football I 2 Band I 2 3 Madrugal 4 Quull and Sc oll 4 941 MEEK LORETTA MAE Future Nurses Bug Susters 4 Thespuans Junuor Follues 3 Gusher Staff Chrustmas Pageant 1941 I 2 3 Pep Club 4 Bug Suster Future Professuonals 3 4 Gurls State 3 Trupe Truo2 3 4 Madrugal I 2 3 4 Latun Club I 2 Natuonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Homecomung Queen Attendant 4 941 MESERVE ALICE MILDRED Newcomers Club 4 formerly Oxford Marne N tuonal Honor Socuety 4 1941 METCALF KATHERINE Natuonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Gurls State 3 Latun Club I 2 Pep Club 2 3 4 Englush Club 3 4 Junior Follues 3 Junuor Prom 3 An nual Edutor 4 Student Councul 4 Gurls League Councul 4 Quill and Scroll 4 94 MICEK PATRICIA MARY Future Nurses Bug Susters 4 1941 MICHIE JOHN ALAN C Club Foot ball Swummung Track 1941 MIDDAUGH NOLAND EUGENE Junuor Follues 3 Junuor Prom 1941 I89 1 ' 1 ' ' ' ' 2 2 - 2 2 2 1 1 A 1 1 1 - 7 ' . 2 - I 5 1 A I I 1 1 ' , I ' l , 2 ' 2 2 I 1 I ' , . 1 1 1 1 ' I I I : . 2 2 -2 I ' I ' F 2 . . . 1 ' 1 - - ' I I , , - I 2 2 I I 1 I 2 2 2 2 2 - - 2 1 2 ' 2 . 2 2 2 I I 2 2 I - - . . 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