Nevada High School - Cub Yearbook (Nevada, IA)

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W4 . ,,,W DEDICHTION ' WE, THE SENIOR CLASS OF I9-13, DEDICATE THIS aoox OF MEMORIES TO Au. THOSE vm I-vxvE MADE IT POSSIBLE, PLEASANT, AFD MEMORABLEQ T0 ouR PARENTS, TEACHERS, AND FRIENDS. WE STEP FRW THIS HIGH ScHooL INTO A wonua or WAR, BUT VE Loon BEYOND THE DARKNESS wro A FUTURE or PEACE, mppmess, NND Pnospenrrv. WE STEP FORWARD CONFIDENTLY, HCPING 'ro MAKE 11-us woRu.o BRIGHTEI Fon THOSE w-so F0u.ow, SO THAT THEY MAY STEP FORWARD :NST AS TRUST- ING AND COFFIDENT AS WE D01 'MEMORIES' STAFF - An-u.zncs. .... . ..... ... ......... ...PAUL STARK, Lois Moonv CLAssEs...... . ..... ....a.u.......ALIcE SI-EARER, MARILYN HNJBLY Cu-Iss HISTORY... .... ..... . ELAINE DAVIS, Bos BAMFORD, Boa DUNN-OW CLASS PROPI-IEcv....--Q-,.4...CoRA MARIE FARREN, WANDA DANIIENBERISR Cuxss RoI.L ..... . ..... LOUISE BILLML-IN, Boa DFJMJ-DO, GLEN SQUIRES Cuxss WILLQ ..... M... ..... .- .... ,... ., .PAUL FARREN, Bos NELSON SCI-Ioou. PARTIES .,.....- nw ......... .....nMf-RK LISTON, LOIS MOODY Puws. ..... . ..,.... .... -...nom DICKINSON, Mmwwer ADAMS .AJNIQR-SENIOR BANQIJET.. ...... . ........ agua.. ....-... was, WYATT JoKEs.,,.,. ..... . ........ q..ED DAVIS, Racr-mo HOPPER, JAY DAVIS Musac.. .... , ....... I ...... ..-..yRAvMoNo UNTRALER, 'Euust Duns PI-IOTQQRAPI-s ..... .,.....I......,..NoRMAI-I Rains, VIIANDA DANIENBERGEQ EDITDR-IN-CHIEF ..... .Q ......... 4..VIReINIA YEAGER A3Sl8TNQT Enlroru... ...... .QAQCLIFF TEMPLEIIAN BLBINEQ MANAGER...-. ooaononcqqigcwmlfs QODD 4 Facuuv ADVISOR., ..........,:........MRS. WYATT E REMENBER? WHILE PRAQTIQING FOR THE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY, LoUIsE BILLMAN PUT ON PAUL STARx's FOOTBALL SUIT AND MARK LISTON'S-BOAT, BOTH ..usT FIT AND src LOOKED LIKE A REAL I-ERO or A FOOTBALL PLAYER, WPENKVIRGINIA HAD TI-E FLU IN THE I-'DURTH DRADE, ELIIER TRIPP RETIIEHBERED PIER ev FLUIERSQ S-IE MJST HAVE ApPREcIATED THAT., THE CRUSH RAYMOND UNTWAUER HKD ON NORIIIE I"IALTERMAN, AND VISA VERSA IN AMNIOR HIGH, NEWSPAPER MADE BY TIE FIFTH GRADERSQM IT WAS A REAL SPECIMEN WI-EN me .VERE IN THE GRADES, AND SQUIRREL AND NUT was oUR FAVORITE GAMED- WE HAD A LITTLE RED Box T0 RESEIBLE TIE MJT, Am GLENN SQUIREIS HAIR ms TIE FAvpRlTE HIDING PLACE BECAUSE 'YT WAS RED TODD I TI-E FIRST DAY Tom 'UPTON CAME TO SCPDOL, TIE GIRLS REALLY HAD A CRUSH ON HIM, EVEN WITH S0 MUCH COMPETITION, VIRGINIA MT HIM IN TI-E END, BACK IN TI-E OLDEN DAYS WI-EN THE GIRLS VDRE LONG, SCRATCHY, YDOLEN UNIERWEAR AND TIGE DLAHDURIZIND ooTToN RIBBED socxs, wERQI'T THEY BEAUTIFUL? VII-Q4 WIGGLE WAS IN EIGHTH GRADE, HE Mus? I-AVE REALLY LIIED A sooo TIME. I-E HAD A PIN ABOUT A FOOT LONZ-5, AND CERTAIILY LIKED T0 HAVE MARIAN BROINEIELD RISE QUICIG.Y AFTER sts I-AD SAT Dom. WFEN NDRMA CRIED BEOALBE RAYMOND WOOD TOOK A LETTER AMY FRGI HER: TIE I..AST DAY OF SCITOOL WHEN ALL OF OUR ART VDRK WAS GIVEN BACK TO LB. WHEN WE HAD T0 MAKE THINGS FUR OLR FOLKS EVERY TILE A I PDLIOAY SEASON GAME AROQNDQ WHY WAS IT, WI-EN VALENTINE'S DAY OR CHRISTMAS CAME AROUND, YE ALWAYS WANTED THE TEAC!-ER TO GET OUR NME? LQJISE BILLMAN, AFTER WING WITH THE HIGH SCI-DOL BOYS, FINALLY DECIDED TO SETTLE WITH A GRADUATE OF SEVERAL YEARS AGOB QIR SOPHQAORE YEAR, IIIHDI CERTAIN GIRLS WERE DIHERMINEO TO SPEAK TO SOME OF THE MOST POPULAR BOYS IN TI'E CLASS: I VIRGINIA LIKED TO SHARPEN I-ER PENCIL SO IIUCH S0 OIE DAY MISS CARLSON BKED TO SET. IT. AFTER SHE HAD ALREADY SHARPEIED IT SEVERAL TIIIES. IT DIDN'T NEED SHARPENING OF COLRSE, S0 VIRGINIA HAD T0 SIT WITH PER PEAD DOYN ON THE LIBRARY TAE.En CHARLES DODD MADE FACES AT PERD VIRGINIA SAYS Sl-E HASN'T FORGIVEN HIM YETo HIGH SCI-OOI. INITIATION VVHEW GLENN HAD T0 DRINK OUT OF THE MILK BOTTLE WITH A NIPPI.Eg IN EIGHTH GRADE, WHEN VIRGINIA GAVE MARLIN LEMAIR A BAR OF LIFERJOY SOAP, AND TOLD HIM T0 USE IT TO TI'E GREATEST ADVANTAGE. TI'-E TAKING DUNN or TI-E CPRISTMAS DECORATIOIB IN TIE HOME EcoNoMIcs Room BY THE SDPI-IoMoREs, MRSg.ININBJRN, MAYBE sTII.I.' womens va-Io PUT TI-E WREATH ON 'IDP OF THE TROPHY CASED MARNXRET vou LOOK GUILTYI OIR BIG MERRY-'GO-'ROUND BEFCRE THE GYM WAS BUILT. W-EN MARGARET DAY WAS SENT OFF TPE PLAY GROUND BY HB? TEACHER. SHE DIDNIT WANT T0 GO TO PER ROW SO SPE LAID DOVIN CN STAIR STEPS AND WAITED FOR THE BB..Ln WHEN THE SEATS TIPPED OVER IN THE ENGLISH ROOM, ELAIIE HFID TO TURN OVER APD CRAIM. OUT ON I-ER HWNIB APD KNEESD ROGEIXE LEMOIB GOT HER LEG CAUGHT AND TI-E KIDS HAD T0 I-ELP HER OUT. JAY, AND JO!-N, ADD ED SEEIIED TO HAVE BEEN THE GIILTY CULPRITS OF TIRNIIB THE SEATS OVER. THE CRLBH CHARLES UOOD HAD ON CORA MARIE FARRDI IN JJNIOR HIGH SEEM TO BE DEMINISITED NOWa How TI-E PIE DDJGI-I GOT ON THE I-DME EcoNoMIcs Room CEILING, AND vm PUT IT THERE? BLAME IT ON WII.D.RII1 GIRLS REMEMBER vw-IEN WE wERE SOPHJMORE IN HDME Ec. mo we HIDE FROM Mas, WINBURN. WHERE DID vi HIDE? REMBABER TI'E STORY TE..LING I-OUR, IN PRACTING FOR TIE JJNIOR PLAYS. ' ON WEDIESDAY IS WHEN VIE FOUND OUT THAT LOIS NJTTALL HAD CHANGED PER MIME FROM NUTIALL TO MOODYQ REMEMBER TI'E IELSON AID IEINTZ LOVE AFFAIR WHEN WE WERE FRESHAAN, I TIE CASE TI-UNT JOIN D' AND WXNOA Dg HAD IN TI-E 9TH AND IOTH QADE WLS BAD SO WERE TIE QUARRELSD REAEMBER SKIP DAY AND THE SENIORS YPD HAD T0 YRITE TIE COISTITUTION BECAUSE TI-EY DIDN'T MEET AT YOUNCERS AT 5230. REMBFER POW SPIKE'S DADDY ALWAYS BGJG-IT HIM DENTAL FLOSS? 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BATON TWIRLER 2,3,4 - G.EE Owe 3 MIIIED CI-IORIB 3 -- WERETTA 3 Cmss PLAY 3,4 -- PAGEANT 3 Dnmmlc CLUB 3 WANOA IS VERY SMALL AID HEAT, WITH PER PRETTY BLON3 CLRLS SI-E IS H-IRD 10 asm. DRUJI wuoaerre 2,3,4 GLEE CLUB I,2,3,4 vocm. SOLOIST I,2,3,4 CONTATA 3 saxver 2,3,4 Dnuumc Cuaa 3 BOYS QUARTE1' 3 PAGEANT 3 comsnv BAND 3,4 uma: cmnus I,2,3 OPQQETIA I cmss Puw 4,3 cuss Ornczn 3 CHEER-LEADER 2 Saxophone Qumvev 4 Tmo 2,3, 4 EDDIE WITH HIS SHINING BROVN EY , Is ALWAYS CRESSED SHELL AND IS JJST "I'I'E RIGYI' SIZEQ Fooranu. I,2,3, 4 ELAINE IS SGIOUS ABOUT PER WGN, IT WAS ONE THING SI-E NEVER WQJLO SHIRIO CLARINET Qumvew ,2,3,4 -- CLARINET Sou: 3,4 BAND I,a,3,4 -- mxeo CI-cows 3 'hmme TEAM 3 -- GLEE CLUB 2,3 GONTATA 3 -- AT SCHOOL FE IS NEVER IN A HURRY, Bur IMEN HE FEARS ABOUT A GOOD TIME I'E'S ALL IN A FLIRRYQ Foorsnu. I,2,4 -. BASEBALL I PING-PONG 4,2 -- IMIESILING 2, 3 4 , ri CURA MAR I E FARREN MARGARET ADAMS " MAGGI E" JOIN DICKINSON "IJ0HNNI E" CHARLES DODD ROBERT DUNAHOO " Boas I E" " COR I E" PAUL FARREN "wmv MAR ILYN HAMBLY " BLOIXD I En MAGGIE IS THE TINIEST IN TI'E CLASS SI-E IS A PAL TO ALL FIRST AND LASTQ DIaAMATIc CLUB 3 -- BASKETBALL I,2,3 GLEE CLUB I,4 -- MIXED Cnonus I BAND I,2,3,4 -- OPERETTA I JOHNNlE'S A GOOD FOOTBALL PLAYER, To THE GIRLS I'E IS A SLAYERQ FOOTBALL I,2,3,4 -- ,CLASS PLAY 3 4 CI-UCK IS I'.LwfIvs IN Fon F-UN, AND HIS wonx ls NEVER DONE. FOOTBALL I,2,3,4 - BASKETBALL I ONE ACT PLAY 2 3 -- CLASS OFFICER 2 Boys GLEE CLUBI PING PONG I,2 -- CIJISS PLAY IIITESTLING 2,3 -- BOB IS VERY TALL, THAT IS TRUE, BUT YOU NEVER SEE HIM UNHAPPY OR BLUEo FOOTBALL I,2,4 -- CLASS PLAY 3,4 ONE ACT PLAY 4 -- BASKETBALL I ' WRESTLING 3 -- CLASS PRESIDENT 4 PING PONG 3 CORIE IS TALL AND SLENDER Anoum TI'-E aovs sua IS N0 PRETENJERU GLEE CLUB l,2,4 -- MIXED CI-DRUS 1,2 BASKETBALL I,2,3 -- OPERETTA I UECIJ-W.ATORY I THE IvosT TALKATIVE eov IS PAUL, Fon A CUTE SOPI-DMORE GIRL I-E HAS SEEMED TO FALLA MIXED CHORUS 3 - Bovs QUARTET 3 PAGEANT 3 -- FOOTBALL 4 ONE ACT PLAYS 4 -- BASKETBALL 3,4 CLASS PLAY 4 BECAUSE IT WFIS A STANDARD MIXED CHORUS I,2 GLEE CLUB I,2 CLASS Pmv 3,4 BLONDIE HIS ALWAYS BEEN LATE FOR SCHOOL, RLLE. ODE Aer PLAY I,2 B,-No I DECLFMATORY I RICHARD l'bPPE'R IT TAKES RICHARD A WHILE T0 GET A START, "SKlPER" BUT SOME DAV A WOMAN WILL ST HIS HEARTQ BASKETBPLL 1,2,3,4 -- Mvxso cuoaus I,21,3 -- ONE ADT PLAY 4 Bovs GLEE CLUB l,2 CONTATA 3 -- VOCAL mm 8,4 DEDLAMATDRY 1 -- WRESTLING 3 CLASS PLAY 3 ' MARK LISTON MARK IS A aov wa-10 IS KNOWN T0 STUTTERQ "MARKU8" Hls SCPDOL wonx IS ALWAYS A CLUTTERQ FOOTBALL 2,3,4 --1 BASKETBALL l,2 BAND 1,2 -- MIXED CHORLB l,2,3 CLASS PLAY 3 -- BASEBALL I PING-PONG l,2,3 -- CLASS 01-'F1cER 4 Lols NJTTALL Mooov RED IS A REAL SPORT, "REID" WHEN IT oouezs T0 S1-11RK1Ne SHE IS NOT THAT som. GLEE CLUB l,2,3,4 - MIXED CFDRUS l,2,3 SEXTET 1,2,3 -- TRIO I,2,3 SoLo 3 -- BATDN Tw1RLER 2,3,4 CLASS PLAY 3 -- C1-1eER-LEADER 3 WERETTA 1 -- CDNTATA 3 PAD:-:ANT 3 -7 BASKETBALL 1,2,3,4 ROBERT NELSDN NELLIE IS ix sooo suv, "NELL1E" ALTHOUGH I-'E IS RATHER BASHFUL AND S1-1Y. BASKETBALL 1,3,4 -- BAND 1,2,3,4 MIXED CHORUS I,2,3,-'BOYS GLEE CLUB 1 CONTATA 1 - PAGEANT 3 DRAMATIC CLUB 3 NORMA ROGERS A GIRL WHO as RATHER QUQET, "-.EAN'I1E" GET HER MAD .END SHE WILL START A RIOTD ' aAxoP1-me .1UrRTET 4 -- SAXOPHONE SoLo 3,4 B,'sKEm'.LL 1,3 - GLEE CLUB 1 MIXED CHORUS I - BAND l,2,3,4 0RcHESm'. 3 -- CLASS PLAY 3 CPERETTA I ALICE SPEARER ALICE REALLY HAsN'T BEEN NICK-NAMEDD BUT FOR HER ART, Sl-E WILL BE FAR-FAMEDD BASKETBALL 1 -- DRAMATIC CLUB 3 CLASS PLAY 3 -- MIXED Cl-DRUS 1 GLENN SQUIRES TALL, ELUE EYES AND RED HQIR, "SPIKE" A BAS1QTBALl. PLAYER AND ALWAYS SQUARED BASKETBALL 1,2,3,4 -- FOOTBALL 1,2,3,4 2,3 -- P1119 PONG 1,2 PAUL STARK ll REDN CL I FF TEIAPLEMAN II Twp!! RAY UNTRAUER "UNCHI E" VIRGINIA YEAGER 'IGINNYN A GOOD TIME IS HIS FOND DELIGHTQ HIS RED HAIR IS ALWAYS SI-IINING BRIGHT: FOOTBALL I,2,3,4 - BASKETBALL 2,3,4 'MRESTLIND 2,3 -- BOXING l,2,3 PING-POND 4,2 TEMP IS AN ATHLETIC DND BRILLIANT BOY5 HE THINK NORMA JEAN IS THE REAL MCCOYQ BASKETBALL l,2,3,4 FOOTBALL I,2,3,4 -- EDITOR OF SCHOOL PAPER 4 BASKET BALL CAPTAIN 3 CLAss. PREDIDENT I -- ONE ACT PLAY 4 WRESTLING 3 -- CLASS OFFICER 4 PING-PONG 3 -- CLASS PLAY 4 UINKIHIE IS SHORT, BUT AN EXCELLENT DANCER, ALSO BEING HANIBGIAE I-E IS A GREAT ROMANCER. FOOTBALL I,2,3,4 -- BRASS QUARTET 2,3, 4 BASKETBALL 4 -- MARGHIND BAND I,2, 3 MIXED CHoRus 3 -- CONCERT BAND l,2,3,4 CLASS OEFIcER I -- BARITONESOLO l,2,3,4 PING-PONG 1,2 - TYPIND TEAM 3 PAGEANT 3 -- Bovs QUARTET 3 ORCHESTRA 3 A MEMBER or 'nf CLASS IM-Io IS SMART, ALSO IN EVERYTHING sr-IE TAKES PART. ACCOMPANIST I,2,3,4 -- STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICER 3 BAND I ,2,3,4 -- ORCHESTRA 3 OPERETTIXI I 'F' CONTATA 3 ONE ACT PLAYS I,2,4 -. CLASS PLAY 3,4 DECUXMATORY I -- DRAMATIC CLus 3 CHEER-LEADER 4 -- CLASS PRESIDENT 3 BASKETBALL Ig2,3,4 -- TvPIND TEAM 3 PAGEANT 3 -- EDITOR OF AIINJAL 4 CLASS HISTORY IN SEPTEMBER I93I, SEVENTEEN BOYS AND GIRLS BEMN TO DLIMB THE LADDER OF EDUCATION UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF MRS. NILAND. TI-E FIRST cuss coNsIsTED or ROBERT BAMFORD, GERTRUDE BLOOMBERG, EVER- ETTE COOPER, EARL DAY, CHARLES DOOD, ROBERT DUNAHO0, GAYLDRD GAS- AL, MARILYN HAMBLY, KATHRYN HAPES, PATTIE OIDDNNELL, ALICE SHEAR- ER, PAUL STARK, CLIFTON TEMPLEMAN, ELMER TRIPP, RAYMOND UNTRAHIER, RAYMOND WOOD, AND VIRGINIA YEAGERQ NINE or THESE STUDENTS GRADUATED WITH IB TVIELVE YEARS LATER. THEY WERE ROBERT BAMFORD, CHARLES DODD, ROBERT DUNAHOO, MARILYN HAMBLY, ALICE SI-EARER, PAUL STARR, CLIFTON TEMPLEMAN, RAYMOND UN- TRAURER, AND VIRGINIA YEAGER, MISS CARLSJN wAs OUR TEf.cHER FOR SECOND GRADE. GERTRUDE BLOO- MSERD. AND GAYLCRD GASAI. IIERE NO LONGER WITH Us BUT we I-AD TI-REE PEWOOMERSU THEY WERE NORMA RDDERS, GLENN SQUIRES, KIND WANDA DANN- ENNBERGER. THE NEXT YEAR MISS VIRGINIA COOPER WAS OUR TEACHER. WE ALSO LOST TWO OF OUR CLASSMATES, EARL DAY AND WANDA DANNENBERGER BUT CORA MARIE FARREN AND MARGARET DAY FILLED UP TI-E VACANIIESQ MISS COOPER WAS OUR TEACHER FOR FOLRTH GRADE ALSO, THERE WERE SEIERI-IL. NEW PUPILS WHO CAME DURING THE YEAR, TI-EY WERE DONALD MILL- ER, VELMA LADWIG, PATTY Lou NORMAN AND WINNIE Lou EASTMAN. THOSE wHo MOVED AWAY wERE VEUIAA LADWIG, ALICE SI-EARER, I-UCILLE EASTMAN AND ELNER TRIPP. TIE CLASS CONSISTED OF NINETEEN MEMBERS DLRING FIFTH GRADEQ KATI-RVN HAPES WAS NO LONGER WITH US AND ROBERT NELSON WAS TI-E ONLY NEWCGIER. MISS VIOLA OLSON WAS OUR TEACHER. TIIIE FOLLOWING YEAR MISS MARTHA SEVEREID VAS OUR TEACIERQ TINO OF UJR CLASSMATES, EVERETT COOPER AND RAYMOND VDOD DID ADT ANSWER ROLL CALL THIS YEAR, BUT LEE MYERS AND MARIE GAIE ANSWERED IN THEIR PLACED AFTER SIX YEARS or TOILING, we WERE READY TO ENTER AAJNIOR HIGH. MISS MDODY, MISS SEXTON, MISS BELL, AND MR. MANSHIP YERE OUR TEACH- ERS' LEE MYERS, WINNIE Lou BASTMAN, AND PATRICIA O'DomELL vIERE ABSENT FROM THE cLAss THIS YEAR4 BY THE END CF TI-E YEAR, HowEvER, SEVEN NEW PUPILS I-IAD -JOINED THE CLASS, THEY WERE NDRINE HALTERAAN, ALICE SIEEARER, NDRA LEE STIFEL, ARTHJR STIFEL, ROBERT MEAD, LYLE I"UN'I', AND RICHARD HOPPER. FDUR NEW FACES APPEARED IN EIGHTH GRADE-WROTHY FISCUS, LDIS FISCUS, MARLIN LEHIIEIR, AND ESTI-IER HIDIAMAN. MARIE GALE AND PATTY Lou NORMAN WERE TI-E ONLY STUDENTS NOT RETURNIN3. OUR TEACI-'ERS FOR OUR LAST YEAR IN JUNIOR HIGH WERE MISS McCoY AND MISS SEXTOND CLASS HI STORY IN SEPTEMBER I939 THERE WERE TWENTY-EIGHT PUPILS SEATED ALONG THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE ASSEMBLY, I-DPING THAT SOME DAY TI"EY woUI.D BE SENl0RSg THOSE EYROLLED IN TI-IE FRESI-MAN CLASS IIERE ROBERT BAMFORD, EDISON DAVIS, ELAINE DAVIS, JAY DAvIs,'VWxNDA DANNENBERGER, MARG- ARET DAY, JOI-IN DICKINSON, CHARLES DODD, ROBERT DUNAI-Ioo, CORA MARIE FARREN, MARILYN HAMBLY, NORINE HALTERMAN, MARY HEINTZ, RICHARD HOPPER, LYLE HUNT, MARK' LISTON, ROBERTMEAD, ROBERT NEL- SON, Loos NUTTAL, NORMAN ROGERS, ALICE SHEARER, GLENN SQUIRES, PAUL STARK, ARTI-UR STIFEL, CLIFF TEMPLEMAN, NDRA LEE STFFEL, RAWMOND LNTRAUER, AND VIRGINIA YEAGER. MARSDRIE BEAI. OAME Tl'E SEOOND SIX WEEKS AND LEFT AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. LOUISE BILLNIAN AND MILDRED ADAMS STARTED THE SECOND SEMESTER AND NORINE HALTERMAN MOVED AWAYO TDM TIPTON LIOINED US IN OUR NPHOMORE YEAR. NORA LEE STIFEI. AND MILDRI:-:D ADAMS MOVED AWAY DURING TI-E SLMMER. LATER ON MARY I-EINTZ, ROBERT MEAD, AND ARTI-UR STIFEL MOVED AWAY. DURING OUR JJNIOR YEAR DONALD HELLYER STARTED WITH USO ROB- ERT MEAD LEFT TPE QCOND EMESTERQ IVADEL FRENCH ALSO ATTENDEO A FEW VEEKS IN TI'E SECOND SEMESTERO TOM TIPTON MOVED AWAY DURING TPE SUMMER AND DONALD IELLYER LEFT THE FIRST SEMESTER OF OUR LAST YEAR IN HIGH SCHJOLO CLASS WI LL WE T'I'E SENIOR CLASS OF I943, BEING OF SOUND MIND AND GOOD PHYSICAL STRENGTH, AND ADT UNDER INFLUENCE OF ANYTHING OR ANY PERSON WHOMSOEVER D0 AT THIS T IME HEREBY MAKE, PUBLISH, AND DE- CLARE THIS TO BE OUR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENTQ WE TI-E ENIOR CLASS OF I943 DO WILL AND BEQUEST ALL GOOD TIMES THAT VIE HAVE HKD HERE IN COLO HIGH TO THE JUNIOR CLASS AND ASK IN RETURN THAT THEY CARRY OUT THESE CDR LAST REQUESTS. JOI'N ROBERT BAMFORD WISHES TO GIVE ALI. HIS LONG BLACK HAIR TO MARTIN REESE, IN Hopes THAT HE MAY eRow EYE LASPES TO ao WITH IT, MARY LUJIS BILLMAN AT THIS TIME WANTS TO WILL HER WAY WITH FARM BOYS TO ARDIS JAY S0 LONG AS SHE LEAVES JOHINNIE ALONE: WANDA ERMA DANNENBERGER GIVES HE? ABILITY T0 TBIAPT ALL MEN TO GLADYS SMITHo EDISON HoRAcE DAvIs wouI.D LIKE TO GIVE HIS ABILITY TO GET FRONT SEATS TO ANYONE mo WILL ACCEPT IT. JAY VIRGIL DAVIS WISI'ES THAT HE MIGHT KEEP EVERYTHIM-I I-E HAS FOR HIMSELFQ ELAINE EMMA DAVIS WISPES THAT SHE MIGHT GIVE TO EVERETT COOPER I'-ER ABILITY T0 GET GRADES, IN FDPES I'E'I..L USE THEM. MARGARET MARIE ADAMS AT THIS TIME WILLS HER ABILITY TO WEAR SHORT DRESSES TO ELSIE SCI-NJRq JOI'N ALBERT DICKINSON HAS DECIDED TO LEAVE SCFDOL GIRLS TO TI'E JUNIOR BOYS AND DEVOTE HIS TIME TO FARM WORK. I CHARLES EUENE DODD AFTER A LONG STRUGGLE, AGREED TO LEAVE HIS ABILITY TO DRAG IN ECONOMICS TO STAN SQUIRESQ RoeERT ELMER DUNAI-DO wlI.I.s HIS ABILITY TO HOLD DOWN CLASS OFFICES TO BILL CARLSONQ CMA MARIE FARREN GIVES HER ABILITY T0 STAY HOME NIG-ITS TO MARCELE DEJING, AND PDPES SI'E IBES IT. MARILYN RUTH HAMBLY WISHES THAT HER ABILITY TO SECURE DATES WITH NEVADA BOYS MIGHT BE GIVEN TO HELEN MCINTGHQ RICHARD IERMAN HOPPER VWULD LIKE T0 WISH HIS TEJDENCY TO SHOOT PAPER CLIPS OFF ON TO MOST ANYBODYg MARK EUGENE LISTON WILLS HIS SNEEZE TO ANYOIE WI'D HAS A STRONG EIIDUGH HEART TO SURVIVE AFTER CNE OF TIESE EXPI-.OSIONSU ROBERT ALLEN NELSON WILLS TO HIS BROTI-ER LEW HIS ABILITY TO WORK ON TI-E FARM6 7-,. LOIS NUTTALL MOODY, AFTER LONG FDURS T TPDUGHT, HAS DECIDED TO WILL I-ER LONG EYELASHES AND BIG BEAUTIFUL BROWN EYES T0 DONALD WILLIAMS. NORMA JEAN ROGERS WILLS PER BACKWARD WAYS TO HELD! DODDg ALICE SI-EARER WILLS HER ABILITY AS oIREcToR OF ONE Ac? PLAYS T0 DoRQs CABLE, GLENN MERN SQUIRES WGJLD LIKE TO GIVE T0 HIS BROTHER STAN HIS ABILITY TO SECURE DATES WITH THE GOOD-LOOKING NEVADA GI RLS' J0l'N PAUL STARK GIVES UP TO EUGENE I'bPKINS THE HXBIT or AI.- wAvs same LATE vo cuss. CLYDE CLIFTON TEMPLEMEN wmreo TO WILL some THING, so I-E ewes HIS sense or wma -ro HANK Iwasmwzn. He warns 'ro KEEP If2 oF IT I-IIMSELF. LOIS VIRGINIA YEAGER WOULD LIKE TO WILL SYLVIA FREMIH HER SLIGHTLY USED MAN TRAPP, RAYMOND EARNEST UNTRALER WILL HIS TINTED PICTURE TO THE SCIFDOL SO ALL THE GIRLS CAN ADMIRE IT, PAUL VINTON FARREN HOPE THAT N0 ONE WILL HAVE AS MUCH TROIBLE AS HE DID GETTIN DATES WITH A CERTAIN SOPFICMORE, BUT HE WILLS HIS VARIOUS TROUBLES AND WORRIES ALL THIS LINE T0 ALL JJNIOR BOYS S0 LONG AS TI-EY DONIT BOTHER SHIRLEY. a L n , CLASS PROPHECY Trus YEAR as 1953 AND MR. Foaes Jus'r A urrua Tmeo mom ms srnsmous Excancases IN me "cm" mass T0 RELAX IN Tre ana EASY CHAIR m mom or 'ru-E FIRE' He IS A Rennes sc:-noon. 'raAcn-sen wr HE musv KEEP ms aoov r-n IN spurs or me FACT THAT HE was No-rn-une aw EAT, sn.ezP AND Rem. I-E wsu. as ooww I-eras Am TAKE A NAP serene Twue T0 ser READY Fon naman. TI-E DAY IS BRIGHT AND CLEAR, A PEQFECT DAY FOR FLYING SO HE DECIDED T0 GO OUT T0 THE AIR-PORT AND SEE A FEW OF TFESE FAMOUS WORLD WAR FLYERS DO TI-EIR STUFFQ TIM? PLANES ARE JUST TAKING OFF AND TI-EY ARE BEAUTIFULLY MANEUVERED BY TVIO GOOD LOOK- ING PILOTS. ONE IS A HANDSOME BRUNETTE AND THE OTHER A TALL, BTRIKING BLONJ, TIE PLANES SOAR OUT OVER THE OCEAN LIKE TWO BEAUTII-TJL BIRDS AND OISAPPEAR IN THE DISTANCE LIKE TWO TINY SPECKS AFTER AWHIL.E TI'EY COME BACK, BOTH IN DIRECT LINES AIND FROM WHERE MR. FOBES IS STANDING IT LOOKS LIKE THE TWO BIRDS BARELY BRUSHED WINGSo SIRENS STARTED SCREAMING AND EVERYTHING ABOUT HIM WAS TPROWN INTO CON- FUSIONQ If WATCHED THE TWO PLANES AND SAW ONE WAVERING ACROSS THE FIELD WHILE THE OTFER WHIRLED OVER THE SEAg Two LITTLE DOTS FELL OUT OF TI'E FARTHER PLANE AND SMALL CLOUDS LIKE PUFFS OF SMOKE OPENED BEHIND TIEMQ TI-E PILOTS WERE LAIKDING IN PARACHJTES ON TIE WATER' A BOAT WAS DASHING TO MEET THE SMALL CLOUDS FALLING INTO THE SEA--A BOAT MANNED BY A LARGE, RED-PEADED, FRECKLED FACED MAN THAT RESEMSLED SOMEONE IN THE PAST--YES--IT WAS PALL STARK, A BRAVE SAILOR TI-AT RESCUED TI'E PILOT OF THE PLANE. THE OTHER MACHINE STRUCK THE FIELD AND TURNED OVER T0 LIE QUIETLY WITH WHEELS POINTING TO THE SUNq A FIRE TRUCK, AND AMBULAINCE, AND A CROWD OF PEOPLE SWARMED ABOUT IT. TIE ENGINEER OF THE FIRE TRUCK WAS A VERY CAPABLE MAN WHO SEEMED T0 TAKE COMPLETE CHARGE OF THE SITUATION AT ONCE. AL- MOST IMNEDIATELY, QUIETNESS AND ORDER WAS RESTORED BY THE TALL MAN WITH THE STEAOY NERVESg THE MAN IN CHARGE WAS BOB DUNAHOOQ HE MADE ROW ENOUGH TO ACCOMMODATE THE AMBULANCE DRIVER WHO WAS ED DAVIS, AND THE STRETCPER-BEARER, NONE OTI-ER THAN PAUL FARRENn IN LESS TIME THEN IT TAKES TO TELL IT ED AND PAUL HAD LOADED THE BLOND PILOT INTO TI'E AMBULANCE AND STARTED FOR THE PDSPITALQ MR. FOBES HAD TIME FOR JJST ONE PEEK AT TI'E VICTIM AND IMAGINE HIS SURPRISE TO DISCOVER THAT IT 'NAS JOHN DICKINSON STILL TAKING CORNERS ON TWO Yl'EELSg HE HAD FINALLY GOTTEN WHAT VE ALL EXPECTED HIM TO GET IN THAT OLD "CHEVY" OF HIS. BY THIS TIIE TI-'E BOAT WAS IN WITH TIE LITTLE SPECK FROM TI'E SKY: MR' FOBES WASN'T MUCH SURPRISED TO FIND BOB BAMFORD T0 BE THE LITTLE SPECK BECAUSE BOB HAD ALWAYS BEEN AIR-MINDEDa To GET TO THE HOSPITAL TO FIND OUT I-OW JoHN WAS MAKING OUT "HIS HONOR" DECIDE TO WALK, A LARGE LIMOSENE DROVE UP AND CHJCK DODD RECOGNIZING ISHI HIS FORMER HIGH SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT ASKED HIM TO HCP IN. IT SEEMS THAT CHUCK WAS A MOVIE STAR, THE IDOL OF MANY WOMEN. PE wAS PLAYING TI-E LEAD IN ROMEO AND JULIET. CI-UCK ALSO SAID THAT UNOHIE WAS ODE OF HDLLYWOODS EEST PRODUOERSI AT LAST VE READ:-ED TI-E HOSPITAL AND VIRGINIA YEARIER wxs ON HAND TO MEET us. MISS YEAGER .QS THEY CALLED I-ER, BECAUSE SHE WAS HEAD NURSE IN TI-E HOSPITAL, SI-E INTRODUCED US T0 TI-E YOUNG DR. TEMPLEMAN wHo TURNED OUT TO BE A VERY OAPASLE SURGEON4 WE FOLLOIAED HIM TO JOHNVS ROOM TO FIND HIM SURROUNDED av NJRSES. DOCTOR TEIPLE- MAN PLACED NURSE WANDA DANIYENSEROER IN OHAROE. SPE CLEAREO TI-E ROOM or EVERY THING BUT THE DOCTOR. ZIANDA wAs A WONDERFUL NURSE AND PUT JOY AND GLADNESS IN ALL I-ER PATIENTS. AFTER THE EXAMINATION WAS OVER YIE WERE ALL VERY MUCH RELIEVEDQ A BROKEN wRIsT WAS ALL TI-E INJURIES JOHN RECEIVED. WHILE MR. FOBES WAS STANDING IN TI-E LOBBY OF TI-E HOSPITAL A NEWS PAPER OORRESPONJENT CAME UP TO GET THE DETAILS OF TIE AODIDENTA IT wAs JAY DAVIS, ALWAYS THE PROFESSIONAL MAN' HE WAS TRYING TO GET A "SCOOP" AND INCIDENTALLY, A RAISE. HIS Doss GLENN SQUIRES, EDITOR or THE Los ANGELES NEVIS-PAPER, wAS STILL THE HARD-I-EART50 MONEY-MAD Sov THAT IAE ALL KNEW IN HIGH SCHOOL. ANOTHER PROMISING INRITER FOR HIS PAPER WAS MARILYN HAMDLY wI-Io FEARED NOTHIN3 AND AL' W-NYS GOT I-IER STORY FIRST, MR. FOBES SAT DUNN TO READ TI-E WELL KNOVN PAPER AVID GLAICED TI-ROUGH THE WANT AD SECTION.. A VERY NOTICE- ABLE AD OLARED UP AT I-IIM, WHICH READ "GET YOUR OLD FACE REMODELED AT BILLS BEAUTY Noon". THIS , OF COURSE, WAS LOUISE BILI.MAN'S SMART NOTICES GLENN TOLD HIM THAT MARGARET DAY AND ELAINE DAVIS VERE VERY COMPETENT SEAUTICIANS WORKING IN BILLS SHOP. WE GATPERED IP ALL Tl'-E OLD FRIENDS WE COULD F IND AND WENT T0 THE SHOWD TPERE WE FOUND ROBERT NELSON LEADIMB TIE ORCHESTRA WITH NORMA ROGERS AS STAR SAXAPHONE PLAYER AND CORA MARIE FARREN DOING A SIELL LXJ8 OF TICKLING THE IVORYS4 RICHARD FIOPPER AND LOUIS MOODY WERE VOCAL SOLOISTS AND ALICE SHEARER OID A DANJE TPUIT AROUSED THE ADMIRATION OF TI-E MEN AND THE JEALOUSY OF Tl-E WWENQ THE LAST NUMBER ON TI-E SHOW VMS MARK LISTON WI'D DID A TIQIT- ROPE-WALK AND PERFORMED ON THE TRAPE2Eg JLGT AS MARK HAD SLIPPED FROM THE TRAPEZE AND WAS SAILING THROUGH SPACE, MR' FOBES AVDKE WITH A START, HE IS STILL VIOIIDERING JJST I'DW MJCH OF HIS DREAM WILL COME TRUED l V . , ug . V - V- 1 .Z Wy, y ,,. , -. A . N , . rl , w ,. .1 Pa,-4 Mr. ' r ' , ANES DAY FOR THE SETIIORS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, AT I2:I4, 11-IE SENIORS wERE ALL IP AND READY TO LEAVE FOR HARTIS STUDIO IN AMES. TI-E MEMBERS OF THE cmss THAT DROVE CARS I-'DR TIE GROUP wERE JOHN DICKINSON, RICHARD I-IDPPER, QENN SQUIRES, AND MR. FOBES, THE SUPERINTENDENTQ SHORTLY AFTER ARRIVAL IN AMES, JOI-N AND HIS CARLOAD WENT TO A MEN'S CLOTHING STORE: JOHN HAD TI-E INTENTION OF BUYING A SUIT, WHILE TI'E REST OF THE BOYS, ALTHOUGH THEY MTED VERY MUCH INTERESTED, DID NOT INTEND TO BUYD TI-E SALESMAN ANTICIPATED SEVERAL SALES, BUT MUCH T0 HIS DISAPPOINTMENT, TI-EY FELL THROUGH, AFTER TI-E PICTURES WERE FINISHED, THE GIRLS MADE THEIR ROUNDS, STOPPING FIRST AT THE JEWELRY STORE AFD LAYING IN THE USUAL SLPPLY OF RINGS, BOTH ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING, BRACELETS, NECKLACES, EARRINGS, AND DIAMONDS UI. TFEIR IEXT STOP WAS THE SODA FOUNTAIN FOR TI'E PAUSE THAT REFRESI-ES AND THEN THEY WERE OFF TO THE SHOW 'IBETWEEN Us GIRLS." AFTER TI'E SI-,OW A VIELL- BALAICED MEAL OF CANDY, POPCORN, AND PEANJTS WAS ENJOYED, THE BOYS ATTENDED A MUCH MORE INTELLECTUAL SHOW, NMR. BUG GOES T0 TUVNJ' ALTIDUGH BEING RATFER HARD T0 UNDEYSTAND, IT WAS NEVERTHELESS ENJOYED IMMENSELY BY ALL IMD ATTENDEDQ BY B49 ALL CARS HAD STARTED FOR PDME, TIE OCCUPANTS ALL LOOKING FORWARD TO THE SCI'DOL DANCE TO BE HE-D IN THE COLO GYMNASIUM THAT NIGH'I'g Oil! f SNEAKDAY AT 8:00 ON FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH I2, THE SENIOR CLASS MEI' AT THE scHooLHoUsE TO so TO DES MOINES FOR "SNEAK DAY". WI-Fr EVERYONE HAD ARRIVED THE GROUP GAILY STARTED oFF FOR A ea.. DAY" IN DES MOINES. CARS VERE DRIVEN BY Boa DUNAHJO, MR. Foess, MRS. WYATT, JOIN DICKINSON, AND THE DAvIs'. WE MET AT TI-E CAPITOL BUILDING, AND TI-ERE WE VISITED IN TI-E HDUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES APD SENATE WHICH WERE IN SESSION, THE CLASS WAS INTRODUCED IN BOTH PLACES: AFTER THIS WE PROCEEDED TO BISHOP'S CAFETERIA FOR DINNER! MUCH GIGGLING WAS CAUSED BY A SIGN IN BISHOP'S READING, "GUARD, LEST YOUR EYES BE BIGGER THAN YOUR STOMACHJ'--A WARNING WHICH, AS USUAL, MOST OF US FAILED TO I'EEDu FRDNI DINNER wE wENT T0 W. H, 0. WHILE WXITING T0 BE AD- mrrso TO THE STUDIO, wE SAT IN THE LOBBY WATCHING SUCH WI-D DELEBRATIES AS Leu In MARTHA, JERRY, STAN WIIIWIEY, ETC. ITERE we sAw PARTS OF TI-E sTUDIo AND WATCI-ED TI-E SONGFELLOWS aRoADcAs'r.A. "I.ET's PLAY POST OFFICE," REMARKED ONE OF THE SOIQFELLUIIB, AND MORE THAN DNE GIRL SMOTHERED I-'ER GIDGLES UNTIL we WENT "OFF-'TI'-E Al Ry!! S ,l,..,17' c-,.,f- ,j ,. ' 72 -' f. is -. ., , IN 'nf AFTERIOON we weRE GIVEN om UFREEDCMI' AND EACH WENT Hrs owN WAY. Mosr or us VENT TO me snow, "IMMORTAL SARGEANTJ' LATER some rms wAs SJENT IN LOOKING FDR THINGS T0 SPEND OUR Mouev Fon. Sucn-I 'rr-was AS Music, PICTURES, SOLDIERS, SAILGRS, MARINES Ipms, we NEANI, AND comes, SANDWICI-ES, MALTS, src., WERE BOUGHTD AT 5230, EVERYONE WAS SUPPOED T0 MEET AT YDUNKERS AND MOST OF US WERE THERE, TI-DSE IM-I0 FAILED T0 MAKE THIS APPOINTMENT EIIUOYED COPYING TI-E CCNSTITUTION LATERD AFTER MEETING THERE, THE GROLPS SPLIT UP FOR SUPPB? AND FOR THE EVENINGQ AT NIGHT SJME OF US WENT TO THE TOURNAMENT, SOME T0 TI"E SFDW, AND SOME ELSEWHERE, DRIVING I'DME, VIRGINIA ATTRACTED ATTENTION BY WHISTLING, AND SI-E, WITH MARILYN In CORA MARIE, NEARLY HAD SOME MEN, BUT MRSQ WYATT DROVE T00 FAST AND THE BOYS GDT LOST IN TI'E TRAFFICg ALL MANAGED T0 GET HOME BV AROUND MIDNIGHT, AND THOUGH WE WERE TIRED, WE HAD A WPERFECTLY WONDERFUL DAYa" L - . 1 ,I . , ,- H BACCALAURME sraavlczs COLO HIGH SCFDOL Aumromuw Mm 2, 194 PROCESSIONN-.ggnueyssQQqa'tgfyoscQQssnQ V 1 , , 'Nv0Ci-KT'oNllllllOllO'ROgfl."QliCQ'Q MJs.gc.............. u,o li716!OQll0H'h9 3 ggQnotQxqqQMl5vRYBawL.E "EnPlNG v. 1 IIQQQQQQQQQQQQQQREVQ KFlTH ORR oQ5llqQf!H1,gg'tBRfvSS QUARTET 1 . X SRIPTURE REAX0fNG4suou f...'XqQqqa4uQa Fonssr Hvmrw-Mooizs-KLHJM.. . .. . . titcfila Los? Cl-DRB-SULLIVAN... . 0 ' I SERMON. . . no Ill! 1 BENEDI CTI ON.. . . . . RECESSlONHLgoo0 0 Q 0eo01iQlO In ulqqqo.iq'ocle'REVf CQ Boos ., ..... ,V .... .GlRl..S"GLEE CLUS . . ..... GIHLS GLEE CLUB .......FATH62 J. D4 Mx.:-eomzv . ..... Rav. Kern-I Om ...4 .f. .MARYBELLE i-Evmrlxs ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM COLO CONSOLIDATED M .N'. v 6, 1943 PROCESS IONFJ. .... f Q 5 u Q Q lNVOCATIONuhnn vnu Q . 4 Sox.o........ ...... .nn--.un ADDRESS .... . . ..... o .... , . . ..- Mlslcfuoc u Nunn... no n PRESENTATION OF CLASSgo9qQg one no PRESENTATION OF D'p lllll saocouyi ANWUTWBEMENT OF AYmRxsoco l s 0 0 SCFDOL . ....MAnvaEu.s HEMPING. .-...REv, C. H. B005 ........WANoA DANNENBERGER - .. ..... RAY CUNNINGHQM .. .. ... ...VocAl.CRo1.P ....,.Sur"r, R, W. Foaes Dc9cuootoPRESlDENT OF BOARD ... ....PRlN. H. L. BULGREN 'W X X Unions reslwmon UVJIOFS GVTWOFCS u'- Smors un rQ.3'7 Fcilcu I -I: Librord H Ome Ea? i g: Q If -+ 1 f 5 '!2G fif'i G . ,K Q. U. f f FRESFMDN CLASS RAYMOND ANDERSON, BILLY BARKER, MARY JEAN ECVAR, BOSY BEcvAR, RICHARD CABLE, MABLE RUTH COATES, DONALD DODD, RAYMOND ETHINGTON, VIRGIL HAPES, NYLE WXRTWIG, MARYBELLE I-EMPINO, CARL HJSE, JACK KOOH, PERB NELSON, BOB QUINN, ARTI-UR REISE, DARWIN SCI-MELLICK, ELSIE SCPNJR, FDWARD SHAEI-TER, ZOLA SMITH, MARY ADA STARK, HARLAN STRATION, WALTER SUTTON, GLADYS TRIPP, SHIRLEY UPCHJRGH, GALEN WEUVE, ARNOLD NEuvE, AND DONALD WILSON. SOPHJMORE CLASS SHIRLEY ANDREW, MARGARET BELL, TOM CUMMINGS, SYLvIA FRENCH KATHRYN DAVIS, MYRNA UAVIS, DONNA DNIISON, BERNICE DAY, HELEN DODD, GLEN EDDY, PATTY EDDY, KATHRYN FISH, DOROTHY HALSTED, CARMAN INDI-IAM, MARTIN RIESE, BETTY ROGERS, GLADYS SMITH, KENNETH SMITH, VEDA T!-RONTON, VELDA THORNTON, ELLEN VSETECKA, NORMAN WILKINS, AND TOMMY WILLIAMS. ' JUNIOR CLI-ISS DONNA BORTS, DORIS CABLE, BILL CARLSON, EvERET'r COOPER, LLOYD COUGHENOUR, MAROELE DEMING, GENE DODD, IIAYNE HANDSAKER, KATI-RYN I-IAPES, EUIENE FDPKINS, HRDIS JAY, GEORGE LISTON, RICHARD LOONEBERRY, HELEN MOINTOSH, NOIQIA JEAN MOKINNEY, STAN SQUIRES, SHIRLEY TRIPP, 1'-XRTHJR UNTRAUER, VIOLET IKEUVE, DONALD WILLIAMS, AND SYLVIA FRENCH. D 'Q ffv MRS. MARLENBURG-- MISS MADISON'-----N MARILYN DRAKE ---- ROBERT WARING---- MAX I NE MARLENBURG-- - RONALD IIICADCO-v--- HQWK INQ- ,.....- .,..--- MAR IE-'---'-'--- ---- NTHE MARLENBURG NECKLACEW JUNIOR CLASS PLAY MARCH I9, l943 DIRECTED BY IVIRQ KEITH ORR .-----un---mn:-an----nun--una --------- ----- -aa-- - --ouoonq-- --nn- -a-----.----ons-un--- nu- 1-----so--mann-Qso--n----- - sn.unhnhuuu-an--n-a----n---- JANET LV I 1-L I AM5......-..--- -..---.-.....---.................-- 0 ' FLANN I GAN ------ MISS WEST ---- ACT It THE PRESENT? EVENING ACT IIS Tvw HJURS LATER ACT I I I 3 NEXT MORNING -nlouuun-an-:una----u n-- --"-'-SHIRLEY TRIPP NORMA JEAN NICK INNEY MARCELE DEM I NG -RICHARD I-OUDSBERRY ---DONNA BORTS - ---- EUGENE HOPKINS --------DORIS CABLE - ----- SYLVIA FRENCH - ------- f-GENE Doon ------GEORGE LISTON - ------ ---ARDIS JAY MRS. MARLENBURG, A SELF-COMPCBED wloow, SKILLFULLY PLANS Tl'-E UNION OF TI-E MARLENBURG AND McADDo FAMILIES TI-ROUGH THE MARRIAGE OF HER STEP-DAUGHTER, MAXINE, AND RONALD MGADOD. RONALD, A PLAY aov, IS "CAPsIzED" WHEN MARILYN, A SWEET AND INNOCENT GIRL FROM THE COUNTRY, CCMES TO VISIT HER AUNT. THIS AWAKENS ROBERT WAR- ING TO ACTION AND I-IE sTRIvEs TO WIN HIS PLACE IN LAW AND IN THE PEART OF HIS LOVEQ MARILYN BECOMES INNOCENTLY INVOLVED IN THE THEFT OF TI'E NECK- LACE AND ROBERT WARING TAKES PER CASE. IN SPITE OF THE HELP OF 0' FLANNIGAN, BOB CLEARS MARILYN OF SLSPICION AND REVEALS MRS. MARLEN- BURG AS TFE GUILTY PARTY' COMMITTEES STAGE COMMITTEE BOYS PROPERTY GIRLS PROPERTY ADVERTISING STAN SQUIRES PAUL FARREN VIOLET wEUvE MARCLE DEMIIIG BILL CARLSON KATI-RYN HAPES HELEN MclNTosH PROGRAM COMMITTEE LGHERS ARDIS JAY ART UNTRAUER V IOILT WEUVE GEPE DOOD DONALD WILLIAMS LLOYD COUGI-ENOUR -1 I, 1 f Q' IITHE MUMMY AI-ID THE MUMPS' SENIOR CLASS PLAY DIRECTED BY MR. KEITH CRR APRIL ao, I943 SIR I-EOTOR FISI-I---.--A-- ------------ ---- ----------JOHN DICKINSON FRANCIS BR I ScOE-I----.I--------- ------- -----f----CL I FF TEMDLEMAN WILLIAM LAIDLAMI---I-A --------------------------- ----ROBERT DUNAI-IOO JAMES SLAIVMON IRAOKERI--------H -------- -- --- - ------PAUL FARREN PERKINS THE SHER!FF---'- ---------------- - ------ ---ROBERT BAMFORD ANNA HAMPTON- ------ ----------- ---- ------------f-A ----I-MARILYN I-INMIBLY MAUDE MULLEN -------------- ------------------------LOUISE BILLMAN UULCIE DUMBLE--- ------------ ----- ---- --- ----- WANDA DANNENSURQ-:R AGATI-IA LAIDLAW------w ------ ------- ------ ----H---VIRGINIA YEAGER PHOEBE BEEBE-----I------------n ------- ----CORA MARIE FARREN ACT In COMBINATION OFFICE AND RECEPTION ROOM AT FENELLA. MORNING ACT II. SAME' NEXT MORNING ACT Ill. SAME. THAT EVENING MISS LAIDLAW, TI-E FOUNDER AND SUPERINTENDENT OF TI-E MOST ExLUsIvE GIRL'S SCHOOL IN THE EAST, HAS UNDER CONTRACT A DISTINGUISHED MAN OF LANGJAGES NAMES SIR I"ECTOR FISH. SIR I-EOTOR ALSO IS FAMOUS FOR HIS MUMMY, QUEEN 0-Z0-EL-MAN-DQ, WHICH FE FOUND IN AN EGYPTIAN TOMB. MISS LAIDLAW, AT THE CLOSE OF TI-IE SOI-DOL TERM IM-IEN ALL TI-E GIRLS WERE TO HAVE DONE HOME, INVITES HER NEPI-IEw, BILL LAIDLAw, TO VISIT HER. BILL IN TURNS INVITES A FRIEND, "BRI- ScEE" BRISOOE. TI-EY FALLQIN LOvE WITH TWD GIRLS, UULCIE DUM- BLE AND MAUDE NULLEN, wHO COULDN'T So HOME BECAUSE OF A MUMP EPIDEMIC. SIR HECTOR IS LIKEWISE DETAINED Sv MUMPS BJT MANASES TO ES- CAPE QUARANTINE BY ARRIVING AT THE SCHOOL IN HIS MUMMY CASE. UPON ARRIVAL FE DISCOIIERS, "BRlSCEE" IS INPERSONATING HIM IN ORDER THAT HEMISHT STAY AND BE CLOSE TO MDUDEO THE PLOT THICKENS UPON SIR HECTOR'S ARRIVAL. HLMOR AND LAIJGIS BY TI-E SCORE ARE ADDED WHEN "RACKER", THE HANDY MAN VIHO IS A "JACK OF ALL TRADES AND MASTER OF NONE," IS MENTALLY COMPLEXED Sv THE MYSTERY OF EVERYTHINGO ONE THAT HE DOESN'T FIQJRE OUT IS, "WI-IAT'S BECOME OF "DOLLY"?" JUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET ON MONDAY EVENING, APRIL I2, I943, TI'E SENIDRS AND FACULTY ENLISTED AT THE ARMORY OF CAMP COLO HIGH SCHOOL AS GUESTS OF THE IAJNIOR CLASQ UPON ENTERING TI'E SERVICE EACH GUEST WAS GIVEN A SERVICE HAT ISOLDIER, SAILOR OR MARINEI DESIGNATING VIHICH BRANCH OF TI'E SERVICE HEWAS ENTERINGg TI-E ARMORY CEILING WAS PATRIOTICALLY DECORATED WITH RED, WHITE AND BLUE STREAMERS FOR THIS FESTIVE OCCASION. AMERICAN FLAGS, GUNS, AND AIRPLANES, ALL HELPED IN CREATING A MILITARY ATMOSPI'E?E. THE TABLES IAERE IN A LARGE V FORMATION WITH EACH GUEST FACING THE OFFICERS TABLES WHICH WAS PLACED AT THE TCP OF THE Vu LARGE UIWLE SAM HAT VASES OF CUT FLOVIERS AND CANDLES MADE A VERY IIPRESSIVE CENTER PIECE. AT EACH INDIVIDUAL PLACE WAS A SAILOR OR SOLIDER IPLLCE CARDI HOLDING A RED, WHITE AND BLUE SHIELD PROGRAMS. OPEN PARACI-UTES WERE FILLED WITH AMMUNITION. "MESS CALL" WAS SOUNDED AT 7230. EACH WAITRESS WAS DRESSED AS A RED cnoss NJRSE3 WITH A SAILOR, SOLDIER, OR MARIIE PARDNER. SAILORS ON RAI-'T VITAMINS ON PARADE MILITARY SALAD BJLLETS TORPEDOES HAND GRENADES fkrbffk DEPTH Bomas Pkfbk Ty Ng Tl A FINE TOAST PROGRAM WAS GIVEN UNDER TI-E comwwo OF THE CZNERAI. GENE Dow. THE REMAINDER OF TI-E EVENING WAS SPENT DANCING' "TAPS souNoEo AT IIZOO P.M. 4 SCHOOL DANCES SCFDOL OAITCESII TI-E MOST POPULAR SOCIAL EVENTS OF TI-IE COLO HIGH SCHOOL' IT WAS THE NIGHT OF DECEMBER 22, AND ALL THROUGH THE VICINITY OF COLO, WAS PEARD THE MURMUR OF YOUNG VOICES ANTICIPATING THE DAIICE T0 BE HELD THAT EVENINGE MARGARET BELL TOOK ONE LAST GLANCE IN THE MIRROR, CI-ucx BRIBPED THAT LAST specx OF LINT FRW Has SUIT AND CLIFF I-EADED SOJTH OF CoL.o IWE ALL WONDER ww-NU TPE DANCE WAS SPONSORED BY THE SENIORS, AND TI'E PROGRAMS WERE RED BELLS WHICH THE SENIOR BOYS HAD WORKED SO HARD CUTTING: ONCE IN A WHILE YOU COULD HEAR THE CRY OF "LADIES CI-DICE"u POOR UNSUSPECTING MALES WERE SLUGGED, TRIPPED IJUST ANYTHING FOR A MANI AND VIERE CWPLETELY DEFENSELESS WI"EN THE SVIMRM OF GIRLS WANTING DANCES SWBUT DOWN UPON THEM. DURING TI-E TAG DANCES EVERYONE WAS KEPT BUSY CHANGING PART'- NERS PARTICULARLY UNCHIE AND JOI'N D. ON LADIES TAG: AT INTERMISSION TI'E ENTERTAINMENT CONSISTED SOME SINGING HI BY SEVERAL HIG-I SCHOOL PUPILS SELECTED FROM THE CROWD. THEIR FIRST SELECTION WAS "WHEN THE LIGHTS Go ON AGAIN" IT PROVED SO SUCCESSFUL THAT THEY GAVE AN ENCORE "STRIP Pom" VIMICH VIAS MET WITH THJNOEROUS APPLALSE FROM TPE LISTENERS, REFRESI-NENTS WERE SERVED AND THE DANCE CONT INUEDQ WI'EN TIE TWELTH DANCE VIAS FINISHED AND TI-E TIME NURED ELEVEN MR. FOBES MVE TI'E "GO HOME" SIGNALQ EVERYONE MADE A MAD RUSH FOR TI'E HOME EC. ROW AND THEIR COATSn A KNOCK-DOWN AND DRAG-OUT FOLLOIIED, EACH TRYING TO FIND TIHEIR COAT WITHOUT MUCH SICCESS, BUT NO CAUSALITIES WERE REPORTED, CWMENTS SUCH AS TIESE COULD BE HEARD IN TI-E JW LATERQ VIOI.ET: "Geri, TWRT WAS FUN!" Doms: "Bov, TI-IAT's TI-IE BEST DANCE WE'VE HAD ALL vEARl" VIRGINIA! "MY FEET I-lJRTI" S-IIRLEY: "CAN UNCHIE EVER DANCEHH IANQ EVERYONE AGREED THAT HE cERTAINLv COULD -- AND I-DWIHI ARDIS! HI'M TIREDIIN EVERYONE HAD A WONDERFUL TIME. TPEY ALL AGREED IT WAS THE BEST DANCE YET, FND THE PREVFILENT THOUGHT WAS! "WHEN'S THE NDCT DANCE?" -Clorinek Gwr'l: ei: W6 ' 1 1 . Y X - 3 l bf f, , .. 'Qf4 U"'l'?4 ll IDF QQ E! 'E Marching Bond ,,4"3qfm,, E' 1.3, .9 Silt V! O ll 4 a .. ,. Bond' Majorca-'H:c1 . 4 Uf ego, BQ! 5 11 'vl 5 . . Iggy? I EMRMMSMJ Bra 55' Quorlfef Snxainfwne 57. 1 Z ! sw A 1 5 Vw MUSIC TI-E MUSIC DEPARTMENT, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MISS CHAPMAN, OPENED THE YEAR'S ACTIVITIES WITH THE APPEARANCE OF TI-E MND AT TI-E FOOTBALL GAMES. THIS GROUP ADDED PEP AS WELL AS COLOR A8 TI'EY MARCHED DOWN THE FIELD WITH THE AMERICAN FLAG AND THE SCI-DOL FLAG IN TI'E FRONT RANK, TPEY PRESENTED A NUMBER OF FORMATIONS AND DRILLS AND SANG SEVERAL PEP SONGS WHILE IN FORMATION. ONE OF' THE HIGH- LIGHTS WAS TI-E PLAYING OF 'IANCPDRS AWEIGI4' AS THE BAND MARCHEO ACROSS TI'E FIELD IN "COMPANY FRONT" FORMATION. THE BAND ALSO PLAYED AT TI'E ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM AID AT ALL THE PDME GAMESQ SEVERAL VOCAL GROUPS AS wsu. AS SIIIALI. INSTRLMENTAL GROUPS PRESENTED NUMBERS AT THE P. T. A. PROGRAMS. TIE GIRLS GLEE CLUB SANG "BANDS YE GYPSIESI' av BRAI-IIS AND "Mv OwN AIIERIGAH sv WRLIGEL AT 'rv-IE OCTOBER MEETING AAD me GIRLS TRIO SANG Two NJMBERS on THE NoveIIeeR PROGRAMS TI-IE BAND, BRASS QUARTET AND CLARINET QUARTET APPEARED AT THE MARCH P. T. A. MEETING. MUSIC CONTESTS HAVE BEEN DISCONTIMJED FOR THE DURATION, SO MISS CHAPMAN VDRKED OUT A PLAN WHEREBY THE EQUIVALENT OF A CONTEST WAS HELD AMONG OUR GROLP. THE NUMBERS WERE PRESENTED AT TI-E MUSIC FESTIVAL AND MR. An Ea EDGAR, DIRECTOR OF BAND AND ORCHESTWX AT IOWA STATE COLLEGE JUDGED THE SELECTIONS ON A PRELIMINARY STATE CONTEST BASIS. MUSIC FESTIVAL INSTRUMENTAL SELECT I ON BND noouaenusna an Gonna soouuae.na o pnoaango ANGELUS FOOTLIGI-ITS OVERTURE CLARINET QUARTETGDQA 1 1 can D s no o .onsuunq NILODIE PETITE BRASS QUARTETQQDIDDDD o u n soosoo DDSWAGNER QUARTET SAxoPI-IDNE QuARTET..... .. . . . . ......MARRIAGE DF FIGARO 5257. NORMA ROGERS an... 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I ' J i ..a.j ,rg , Vi ll-2291-2 D ' I 5.4 f."Jff r- : gh -- -4' -' 1, ll 4 ' 1 0. if 5 1 J -V -shi LP' ,,A.. lMi 'N 1 A Q, ,, - if IITIHJMAY 59115 Squad Boys Team xv i,'1,. gl-- V ...fig g sang ' ' K ll K sg x Q hziivii' runnin Cheer lEOCIEgf'S. FZJOHJQH B OJS Gi H5 Team C3445 N Srl' mm .A . 9 ' OUR FOOT BALL SEASON 1942 Tn-E Sc:-EDu..E VE Tl-EY SEPT- I8 DMES "B" THERE 0 I3 "'SEPT. 25 STORY CITY HERE 0 ,Z "'OcT. 2 MADRID T-me 7 0 OCT, 9 STATE CENTER I-ERE 7 7 "'0cT. I6 ' ANKENY Trene 7 33 YOCT. W 23 NEWTON 5 29 OCT. 30 NEVADA TPFRE 0 37 'Novk 4 COLFAX T:-ERE 0 32 'TDENOTES CONFERENCE GAMES ' ' DURIIG Tl-E FALL OF T942 COLO WENT Tl-RGJG1 A PDT T00 SEKJCESS- Fu. SEBONL' UNDER T:-E LEADERSHIP oe ART GERBEE THE TEAM CAME TmoueH WTTH DNE VICTORY, sax Loses, AND oNE TIE. THE FIRST GAME or Tl-E YEAR Ms WITH mas AND THE FANS THOUQTT Cow VDULD WALK-AF HAY WITH ms DAME, BUT A STROPG AMes TEAM SENT THEM I-DME G4 Tre SHORT EPD or Scene oe I3 T0 0. THE r-'ou.owlNc VEEK STORY CITY CAME T0 11-E c.mr To BATTLE THE BLUE DEvH.s AND sucoeeoeo lN wm- NING I2 T0 0 ON A com, MET, SNOWY FIELD. Cow DETERMTNED TO wlN TOOK ITQOUT ON MADRID 11-E NDCI' weex AND HANDED THEM A 7 T0 o EET- BACK .IN wHAT TURFED ouT TO BE Tl-E ONLY VlCTORY or THE YEARQ Tre NEXT WEEK COLO wAs AT I-DME AND MET TT-E STROIG STATE CENTER TEAM AIADTAFTER BATTLING IT DUT AT A '1 TO 7 STANNTILL wrh-1 CoLo some STRON3 AS THE GUN WENT oerg so THEY HAD TO Ee SATISFIED WITH -A TI-E NEXT WEEK cox.o wm-1 Two REGULARS OUT oe ACTION TOOK -TT mom ANQENY BY THE scene or 33 T0 7 ALL or ANxENY's scones ON LONG EDN:-:Q THE FOLLOWING WEEK NewToN BROUGHT KP A sMAu. .BUT FAST TEAM AND upset Cou.o BY A 20 TO 6 sooneiu NEVIDA wAu.oPED me TIE: BLUE DEVILS THE NEXT VEEK BY A scone OF 37 TO o IN VHICHI GLENN SQJIRES PLAYED AN OUTSTANDING GAME. CoL.FAx vms NEXT ON Tl-E HST. AND ON A Emsx NOVEMBER NIGHT TURNED Con.o BACK BY A soone or 32 TO 0. TP-ROUGHOUT THE YEAR THE TEAM wAs THANCFUL FOR THE SWPDRT or THE HOME-FANS--OF TPEIR LOYALTY AND FAITH IN Tl-EM EVEN 11-DUGIHT THEY coum NOT BRING HOTE TEE BACON AS OFTEN AS TPEY WANTED Tm THE TEAM coNsnsTED oe TEN SENIORS AND one oumon. THE TEAM cAP- TAINS ARE ED DAVIS AND PALL STARKD TEAM LETTERS SUBS LE STAN Squmes "' Bos BAMFORD LT MARK LasToN W LLOYD COTJGHENOLR LG QHPRLES DODD "T" ART UNTRADER C JO!-N DocKnNsoN 'W' BoE DuNAHoo RG PAUL FARREN W' ADE LOUNSBERRY RT CLIFF TEMPLBAAN fm' RE JAY DAVIS 'F qs RAY, UNTAADEE 'W' Ll-B PAUL STARK W" RTB ED DAVQS 'W' 801911 FB' GLENN SQUIRES w x ,LV BASKETBALL SEASON 1942-43 BOYS THE BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM GOT OFF T0 A SLOW START LNOER THE LEADERSHIP OF ART GERBER AND FAILED TO BREAK THE SDELL ALTHOUGH Ti'EY PUT GRAY I-AIRS IN SEVERAL COACI-ES HEADSO THE TEAMS TOUGI-EST LUCK OAME VIHEN THEY IAERE PLAYING COLLINS AT COLLINS WFEN AFTER PLAYING TI-REE OVERTIMES. IT wAs TI-E TEAM THAT MADE TI-E FIRST Two POINTS AND IT wAS COLLINS TTHO SUCCEEDED IN WINNING 33 TO BI. TI-EY WERE DEFEATED BY MAXWELL IN Tl-REE GAMES, STATE CENTER AND COLLINS TWICE, ANKENY, ZEARING, COLFAX, ALUMNI, AND NEVADA ONCE. THIS TEAM wAS A SOOO ONE, BUT LAOKED THE NECESSARY "RAeBITS FOOTI' T0 WIN THE EIGHT CLOSE BALL GAMES TI-IEY PLAYED. THE TEAM CQLSISTED OF FIVE SENICRS UNTIL MIC-SEMESTER wI-EN PAUL FARREN DROPPED FROM TI-E SQUAD BECAUSE OF THE SEMESTER ROLLO HE wAS A LOSS TQ 'II-IE TEAM BUT HIS VACNVCY wAs FIu.ED IMMEDIATELY BY ANOTI-ER SENIORQ RAY LNTRAUER WHO PROVED T0 BE JUST AS GOOD. TI-E TEAM WLS SEATEN BY MAXVELL IN THE COLNTY TOURNAMENT APD DREW A BYE IN THE FIRST ROUND OF TI-E SECTIONAL AT MELBOURFEO Tl-E LOST TO THEIR TRADITIONAL RIVAL, STATE CENTER. ' THE SQUAD TI-E SCHEDULE ROBERT BPMFORD SENIOR COLO I1 STATE CENTER -gi- GLEINN SQUIRES SENIOR COLO 20 MAXVELL -2-L STAN SQUIRES JUNIOR COLO 1 ANKENY -33- RAY UNTRAUER SENIOR COLO 20 COLLINS -gi ART UNTRALER JUNIOR COLO 24 ALIMNI .gg- PAUL FARRBNJ SENIOR COLO ll COLFAX -25- PAUL STARR SENIOR COLO 22 MAXWELL -gg- CLIFF TENPLEMAN SENIOR COLO I6 ZEARING -QQ- RICHARD FDPPER SENIOR COLO I2 NEvADA -ig- ROSERT NELSON SENIOR COLO 28 MAXWELL -3-9, RICHARD LIJUNSBERRY JUNIOR ' COLO 21 COLLINS -22. COLO STATE CENTER -jj- COLO 22 FERNALD JL COLO 26 STATE CENTER -lg- INDIVIDUAL SCSRING NAME LETTER FG Ff PF TP ROBERT BAMFORD "' I7 3 24 31 G. SQUIRES "' 24 e 21 56 S. SQUIRES "' 8 4 S 20 A. UNTRAUER 4 O 4 S R. UNTRALER "' I2 5 Bl 29 PALI. FARREN "' 6 O 4 I2 PAUL STARK I O II 2 ROBERT NELSON 'F O O I O C. TEMPLEMAN "' I8 8 I7 44 R. PDPPER "' 35 'I 'I 80 TOTAL IZ5 35 l24 287 k f VIRGINIA YEAGER DORIS CABLE ARDIS JAY NORMA JEAN MCKINIEY SYLYIA FRENCH VIOLET IIEUVE GENE Dooo BETTY ROGERS SHIRLEY TRIPP MARYBELLE I-IEMPING MARGARET BELL I-ELEN Doon GI RLS GAMES SQUAD ELLEN VSETECKA PATTY Eoov VEDA THORNTON VELDA TI-DRNTON ZOLA SMITH SHIRLEY UPCHJRCH GLAoYs TRIPP DoNNA DAwsoN MARY JEAN BECVAR MARY ADASTARK DoRoTI-IY HALSTED BERNICE DAY n TI-ERE wERE SIX LETTER-wINNERs TO sTAR'r TI-E SEASON. NAMELY: VIRGINIA YEAGERQ NORMA JEAN MCKINNEY, ARDIS JAY, DORIS CABLE, BETTY RocERs, AND SHIRLEY TRIPP. OUR coAc1-I wAs MR. BULGREN. WE PLAYED OJR FIRST GAME ON TIE PKIME FLOOR WITH ST. CUITER ON Novi 24, TI-E GIRLS SPKJVED A LOT OF SPIRIT AND FIGIT, WERE ovsR-RowEREo BY TIE Sr. CENTER TEAM 40-I1, THEY moe A MUCH BETTER SHOWING LATER IN THE SEASON BEING DEFEATED Ie-I5 IN one or TI'E FASTEST GAMES OF THE SEASONQ WE MET -ANKENY ON TI'EIR FLOOR AND VERE OEFEATED BY A SCORE OF SI-I9 WITH MCKIFNEY SINKING I5 POINTS FOR THE COLO TEAMg OLR FIRST QUE WITH MAXVELL WAS ON THE HGAE FLOOR WHICH T EIDED 45-20 IN TI-EIR FAVOR. WE PLAYED-THBII AGAIN JAN: I2 AND LOST 35-I74 THIS GAME WS A THRILLER TI-DUGI, BEING TIED AT TIE END OF TIE FIRST QUARTER, MAXWELL I-DLDING A SMALL MARGIN AT TI'E I-IALF, BUT RETURNING TO OEFEAT TI-E FIGHTING COLO TEAMo I WE NEXT MET THE COLLIIS TEAM WHO WE WERE OUT TO BEAT. WE SUCCEEDED IN THIS BOTH GAMESQ IN THE FIRST GAME WE WON 23-IB ON OUR I-DME FLOOR. VE RETURNED THE GAME WITH ANOTHER VICTORY, BUT BY A SAALLER MARGIN, 22-2I WITH JAY AS HIGHRSOORER WITH I6 POINTS. - IIIE MET A TOO-POVERFUL COLFAX TEAM JANA 84 TI"EY DEFEATED US 43-IS, HAVING TI-E ADVANTAGE OF SIZE DEFINITELY ON THEI'R SIDEo WR IEXT OPPONENT WAS ZEARING, WgD WE WOULD HAVE LIIED TO BEAT, BUT LOST TO 34-Zh THE. GIRLS SI-KJVIED PLENTY OF PEP AND vENT OOWN F IGHTING. I OJR LAST GAIE WIS WITH FERNALD, AND WE WERE OUT TO BEAT TI'EM AND EMI OUR SEASON VICTORIOUS.Yg WE DEFEATEO TI-EM 22-2I IN A THRILLER or A GAMEI ,L ,4 ,J ,V ,. I IN THE COUNTY TQJRNAMENT WE DEFEATED HJXLEY IN A DING- DOING GAME IN THE FIRST ROUND: THE FINAL SORE WAS OLP FAVORo TI-E GIRLS RETURNED THE NEXT NIGHT, JAN. 29, DETERMINED T0 DEFEAT ZEARING, BUT LOST 29-'22 T0 TPE TEAM VHICH TIRPED OUT T0 BE CCXJNTY CI-mms. WI-EN SECTIONAI. TouRNAMEm ROLLED naouno we VIERE SCPEUJLED T0 wmv CI.u'rIER, 4942 STATE cwwps, IN THE FIRST Rouwo. WE Losr 68-I5, sn-Iowmc A REIAARAELE FIGHTING SPIRIT. TI-E com GIRLS VERE oEFEA'rEo me LEAST or mv TEAM wno MET CLUTIER IN me TOLRNDMENT AND RETURNED Roms, DEFEATED, our HAVING MADE ONE or TI-IE BEST sn-Iowme or THE SEASON, IN THIS I942-43 SEASON OIR HIGH-SCORER WAS A JUNIOR GIRL, ARDIS JAY, SPE MADE IIO POINTS THIS SEASON, IIICKINIIEY NOT FAR BEHIND WITH B4 POINTS, YEAGER PROVING LOW WITH 6 POINTSQ AFTER A BATTLE THAT I.AsTEo mE ENTIRE SEASONn Bam Rosens ANo VIRGINIA YEAGER TIED FOR "I-IIQI-I-FouLER" HONORS, EACH MAKING 32, SYLVIA FRENCH I-IoI.os A REMARKABLE REcoRo IN mrs REsPEcT, I-Avme MADE BUT 3 FouI.s THIS YEAR. OUR OTI-ER GUARD, moms CABLE, span HJURS IN TEARS BECAUSE sn-E wAs ABLE T0 MAKE oN1..v I6, our Hopes TO oo BETTER NBCT YEARa WE Lose BUT ONE PLAYER THIS YEAR, VIRGINIA YEAGER, AND ALL JOIN IN wIsI-IING TIE TEAM A VERY SUCCESSFUL SEASON NEXT YEAR, -5, A., .. W. ' ,I 4,1 If I a e 'Q ..5,,. .4. a ff v - 'iij 9 5 Q3 , f K T X N is JOKES MRS. FOBES2 "THIS WAR CAN'T LAST MORE TI'-IAN A COUPLE OF MONTHS." MISS 0LI..IN3 "WHY?" A MRSv FOBESZ "BECAUSE MY OLD MAN HAS SIGNED UP AND PE NEVER KEEPS A JOB LONGER THAN THATo" SAID THE GEHIAAN TO THE SWISS! "HOW COIIE YOU HAVE AN ADMIRAL? YOU HAVE N0 COASTLINE, NO NAVY, N0 EMPIRE?" THE SWISS REPLIEDZ WWELL, YOU IN GERMANY HAVE A MINSTER OF GUSTICE FAT!-ER 2 WIG: FATHER: WIG: BOB NELSON! MRD FOBES2 BOB NELSON! JAY DAVIS: SPIKE: JIM! JOI-N: J IM: D0cToR: ED. DAVIS! MISS CLIN! MARK: DON 'T You ?" ' "I WISH YOU WERE FIRST IN SOMETHING AT SCIDOI. SOME- TlMEa" "I AM, NOW, DAD." "W'IAT IN? You NEVER TOLD ME ABOUT IT." HI 'M ALWAYS FIRST OUT OF THE SCFDOL BUILDIN5 WHEN TIE BELL RINGS, VELL MOST OF TIRE TIME." "VIHAT IS THE DATE, PLEASE?" "NEVER MIND TI-IE DATE, THE EXAMINATION IS MDRE IMPORT-' ANT." "BUT I YIANTED TO HAVE SOMETHING RIGHT ON MY PAPER." "Yes SIR, TI'E DUTY or A sooo SOLDIER IS To DIE FOR HIS COUNTRYU' "NUTS T0 TIJAT, TI-E DUTY or A Gooo SOLDIER Is T0 MAKE TI-E EPEMY SOLDIERS DIE FOR TI-IEIR couNTRY." "BEFORE I MARRIED MY LOIS, I SAID I'D BE TI-IE Boss OR KNOW TTER REASON W-NI" 'WELL I-DWID YOU MAKE om?" "I LEARNED THE REASON wI-Iv." "YOU TAKE YOUR MORNING BATHS I SLPPGET' "NEVER MISS IT. SOMETIMES I TAKE IT PDT, SOMETIMES, I TAKE IT COLD, AND WHEN I'M IN A HJRRY, I TAKE IT FOR GRANTEDJ' 'ILOOK OUT FOR TI-IE vIoRMs, MARK." "WI-'EN I EAT AN APPLE THE woRMs HAVE T0 LOOK OUT FOR THEASELVESJ' BUSTER WAS RECOUNTING Has EXPERIENCES TO MARGARET VII-IEN sI-IE INTERR- UPTED I-IIM. "BUT'IM-IAT RANK DID You HOLD?" "SI-IIP's OPTICIAN, MARGARET," WAS BUSTERS REPLY. "SHIP'S GDTICIANI 'I NEVER KNEW TIERE WAS SUCH A RAN! IN TI-IE NAw. VI-IAT DID YOUR DUTY CONSISTY or?" ASKED MARGARET. "ScRAPING TIE EYES OUT or THE POTATOES." BusTER REPLIED8 JOI-N: CHICK: JOI-IN: CI-I.IcKI "WHAT A cRowoI SOMETHING HAPPEN?" "MAN HIT BY A TRAIN." "I-IJRT BAD?" "CAN'T TELL. ONLY FOUND oNE LEG so FAR," I L 1 i Q fsg' ,YV . , , Y h CAVALRY RECRUIT, RED STARK2 IUSERGEANT, PICK ME OUT A NICE GENTLE HORSEON STGEANTZ "HAVE YOU EVERY RIDDEN A HORSE BEFORE?" RED STARK3 nN0o" SEREANT2 "AH, HERE'S TAJST TI-E ANIMAL FOR YOU. NEVER BEEN RIDDEN BEFORED YOU CAN BOTH START T0fTHERuH MR. H. BJLGREN: " FOUGHT THAT FISH FOR THREE HOURS AND, BELIEVE IT OR NOT, VIHEN VIE HAULED HIM ON BOARD HE VIEIGIIED ALMOST I,40O POUNDS." ' , MR. ORR: "WELL, I HAD A STRIKE IN THE SAME REGION. I FOUGHT MINE LIKEWISE FOR ABOUT TI-REE HOURS AND WPEN I BROUGHT HIM TO GAFF IT wAsN'T A SAILFISI-I AT ALL BUT THE BINNACLE OFF AN OLD SPANISH GALLEONO BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WHEN WE HAULED THE THING ABOARD, THE LIGI-IT WAS STILL BURNING," MR, H. BULGREN: IAFTER A FEW NOMENTIS THOUGHI: "I 'LL TAKE I,200 POUNDS OFF MY SAILFISH IF YOU'LL PUT OUT TI-AT LIGHT." "MOTHER," ASKED LITTLE JOHNNY ONE DAY WHEN A NLMBER OF GUESTS WERE PRESENTS AT DINNER, "WILL THE DESSERT HJRT ME, OR IS THERE ENOUGH TO G0 'ROUND?" DICK IDPPERI "I LIKE MATHEVIATICS WHEN IT ISN'T OVER MY HEADu" BOB NELSON! "TI-IAT'S THE WAY I FEEL ABOUT PIGEUIISU' DICK HOPPER: "BUT I THINK US COUNTRY-HICKS WILL GET IT BEFORE SCHJOL IS OUT." BOB NELSON! "YES, BUT I DON'T THINK WE'LL EVER BE ABLE TO SPROUT WINS LIKE PIGEONSJ' ODE DAY A GERMAN SOLDIER WALKED INTO A CLOTHES SHOP IN GERMANY, AND THIS IS THEIR CONVERSATIONB SOLDIER: "HEIL HITLER, I 'MNT A COAT." STORE CLERK: "HEIL HITLER, No COATS LEFT." SOLDIER: 'IHEIL HITLER, WELL THEN GIVE ME A SUIT." STORE CLERK! "I'EIL HITLER, NO SUITS LEFT." SOLDIER: "HEIL HITLER, THEN WHAT'S LEFT?" STORE CLERK: "HEIL HITLER, THATS ALL -.IUST "HAIL HITLERJ' LITTLE MARK WAS PLAYING BALL A SHORT DISTANCE AWAY WHEN HIS MOTHER CALLED, "DlDN'T I TELL YOU TO BEAT THAT RUG?" "NO, MAIAM, BUT YOU SAID HANG UP THE RUG AND BEAT IT?" CORPORAL, TEMPLEMAN: "THAT NEW REORUIT USED TO BE A CLERK." SERGEANT, SQUIRES: "I-'ow DO YOU KNOW?" CORPORAL, TEMPLEIIAN: UEVERYTIME HE STANDS AT EASE HE STARTS TO PUT HIS RIFLE DEI-IIND HIS EARo" I V 4. 1 1 'ts 'icq T' f ' Q A , lp- 4- Elf' vi f ip,xg ,Q KA 5, um, 500 SIWUJCS Sfornp DOJ lo B I i r 8 Q A -A XX l 4 ivy ! L sf - if 'I ff Wm I' ' Q x. ,:...59f,- -,?.7. A - 4' , A 1.1 L -+ h Scrap Drive W L , i . ' 1 X 5 4 -U 5.1415 , J A V Y 1 'kv 1, ,Au V 'Jn 5 n . ullefin Bodrd lOf1lI'l3 - F : . ,- Q , : 5' -3 4: .,,, . ., .. if -f' -.1 :ge -1: e -A -f ,f 'TRU 1' V Q -N W . W' rg, , Nj Z' " ,Z . WT f . ., ,. Q.. , ,,: . an ' W 1 AUTGGRAPI-IS P if FA REWAY STORES INC. IOWNS MOST ECONDMICAL FOOD STORES NEVAD NEvAoA, lOWA Ik IF HK -if Ik 914 214 Pk IF N A T I O NEVADA, lowA ll! SF lk Pk if if FF UK 35 41 -.4 as 'F L BANK -,QLONGS-HARDWARE CONGRATULATIONS To Tl-E ABSTRACTS OF 43 P:-one 7 Men. Rnvmow Lows comm, nova 901.0 FUNERAL HOME CONGRATLLATIOPB TO TPE CLASS OF 43 Bvml-vu.-WEs'r Co. Ps-om Co1.o I2l ..... S.TA'lZE.QENU'?. . .. SPAHN 84: ROSE LUMBER CO. CUNGIMTULATIONS T0 THE CLASS or 43 Men. D. W. HJBBARD Pmms 36 ....Qgu,Nu5,.lqNA.... MORFQOOT AND MORFOOT HOAEFURNISHINGS I-DIE Nsvm, lam P Dm 63 NIGHT fs U61 on 267 FUNERAL PDME NEVADA .... ES THE Music AND MUSICAL IFBTRLMENTS OF ALL KINDS WE RENT INSTRUMENTS T0 BEGIPNERS CHBACH MUSIC HOUSE Ames, IOWA H. M. VINSEL AGENCY REAL ESTATE-LoANs-!NsunANcE Pr-DME I9 NEVADA, l0wA H . G . A M B R O S E NEVADA, lowA LADIB AND MENS FURNISHINGS PATRONIZE Yoon . . . .Tl-EN Come .ma CIRCLE T NevAoA, "Tl-E SHOW PLACE PDMESTORE AbDSEE.U,S.,. ...LOWS HEATRE IOWA OF STORY COUNTY" H-AND-R-CAFE ENE SERVE HGAE COOIGD MEALS AMD SHORT CRDERS CANDY-ICE CREAM-SANwJlco-Es FGUNTMN SERVICE-SoF1' Drums f-n-one 136 Mm. RAY Couen-:Enom comms, lam COLLINS - IONA G A Z Z E T SPEERS HATGI-IERY QKIELLY IMPLEMENT Bm CHM Mecomacn oeenme POULTRY suPm"ES'FEms FARM wxcnmenv Ano Rennes we GJARANTEE 95'f LIVABILITY PHONE M Fon 'mo veins .P'?9NF.'9?. . . WT? 9F'fTF'?'. Vi' . . . . .ST'?TE.9Ef"Ef'! WA. . . WHITE JEWELRY 3 MIDT'S JEWEL "Vi-me TREATS You Rican' NEVAUA, lowA 9 AUTHORIZED HJLOVA DEALER FOR GIFTS TH-XT PLEASE STATE CENTER , tom CO DIAMOND GROCERY STORE? QUALITY DAIRY EVERETT FRY-'MANAGER NEVADA, lcmA PHONE 102 B R O W N B I L T SHOE STORE Am-STEPS-Fon-THEJNQMEN ROBLEE Fon TI-E MEN PHQNE 29' NEVADA, lam HI-WA-CAFE A Gooo PLACE To EAT NEVADA, IowA ECONOMY 54 to 31.00 STORE Tr-E FRIENDLY STORE 'WHERE Tv-E BEST COST LESS" NEVADA, IowA 'Il .an y STATE CENTER FARM FOUNTAIN SERVICE PASTEURIZED MILK Xa CREAM DAIRY PRODUCTS 98 T... . . . NEvAoA.T wwe E. H. HORNBACHER ' Cr-uRoPnAcToR PI-ONE H6 NEvAoA, lowAI NEVADA, IOWA W E 1 s s DEPARTMENT STORE FOR MEN-VTDMEN AND CHILCREN Co-OPERATT vE-CR-EAMERY-AssocnAT I on STATE CENTER , IA, MANUFACTCRS OF FANCY CREDMERY BUTTER AND URIED MILK RUN BY TIE FARMERS-FOR Tl'E FARMERS K ...... ERS l W. L. 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