Newcastle High School - Yearbook (Newcastle, WY)

 - Class of 1951

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In the four year period including 1925 and 1928, Newcastle High School graduated a total of 91 pupils. In the four year period ending with 1951, 151 pupils were grad- uated from the building. The enrollment in 1925 was 109, while in 1951 it is 236. Altogether, about 810 have graduated from the present building. Upon doing further research, we found that of this year's graduating class, at least three students had parents who graduated from the building. They were Lorene Pzinski QMabel Elliott '27j, Dudley Wiltse fHazel Miller '29j, and Roderick Snyder CSeym0ur Snyder '28j. "Be if ever 50 Z7IHIlb!6, Ibere is 110 pface like l707l16'H cm Q faw I I I , 4 8, - K . 3 A' Q - . wr ,gf-,n44.,,,S 42 'M' " '5Q2sWv2fIQfske3r" S S . fx, .' ' . -. Q? .A I Aw-I. eg. ,fl , .Q Y , 1,- W- 3, , gvxffrfixgyfgqf - -qv" 1.5. I Aa -Wg 5.14" 'mmf Q31 ,gl- . ,- gf S, I" , :Al It: R' ' ,I F A 'A gin I - 14 1. 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H- 'qfikQ:,f7:E:ff:'I2f-j"'?fQ5 I pgs' 1,-i - '35z35?'f21qwf5?fS.4?'2::r,-I1 FAVORITES 1 - .BP-TJ II-3311111112:-'I-1555513-1' E" I -fi 1 ,ag XQQSSQ - ATI-I LETICS AG,-Q-iIfa4r2f!5'eA I' It -'- ' r 15:-fffrf ACTIVITIES ' -45 9 ' ,,'1," 'v 1'g1-Igjqf 1I?:.L'1,jrj','f,- ' rg - -iggri-.-Eff' ,- 'A-"HN-I.. ,j 25?-ffm-2:51 ' 'f-any ADVERTISEMENTS lift?-'i?5'3if' 'II'-'15 .-,, g - . -, -. Qui' .?:f3,'-1-,il-LL:1-L52 2fwQIifEEI1sl?.-15"-:fs-'g 'w1wgIIL.3G. .gig-" N -zgugc'-fx. -5 Ljgf ,4,- 32' ,jrfagt1a1',11,1-.irzy-, ' " S'-'N A-2:Iam-3sf1:f:'-1-1 .,,.. I-,-Q.,-1-" r.,.f.1'Q'f' E .IJ-,fc -f':f-r'4-.--- my 4, ,a ' '63 .-.:'f.:1 .:,-N-.q::g--Q 'I -2-I '- 1 ' E335 ' s1areI2f1sa2.'e:?xilifflfisiia -x -5 II 111 g u -.. '-'51 gi lb --:- fbi. ..,. 3...-I-S--.-I , , . . . .. ,,... .:....,., ,,..., . ,- ..,.,... .x,, ..: fx. -:.'-. -I-.--1:-:Q ,-, fy Hg .I :T .. ,.fm-.-.-,f- I, ..-. . u .Q .,:f1::'I.-f.i11'1':ff:"-' "' ' 'I' .T-CI -.,y. .v ' ,.., g.1fgQQ.1E1F .315 1531 -.-5: .-.,...-4 :f..q'.: . We, the Senior Class of 1951, present to you, the Dogie as a symbol of thanks and appreciation. Within these pages we hope you will find a source of enjoyment and happiness that you will remember in your future years. May this Dogie keep your memories refreshed throughout the Coming years. THE ANNUAL STAFF .I M -,ics I ,.,, 1, , Qi , U - 7,1 ..x si-EV' 2,316.41 Q' 5' ' 32555-.QW , 'lr ,a ,ki ff, , ., K. X .K -.1 3,1 . V 3 fn-xl 1 'Sq' .?. 4 . 36.1-'-: ' iw +G" Milfs, ' f ,:,-L 1- " .3--fur.. ' gnu 'MP ..' - 'KES 4 . 1'-' '.' . -'- -ig, g,- , , 11' af K-, V . eff? E+ if 'C 5:21-' if: ff? rf -wg - - .- J: -I ,-,wt f ig A' In appreciation of a friend whose un- tiring efforts and fine example will live forever in our memoryg We lovingly dedi- cate this, the 1951 Dogie, to Miss Gertrude Burns, Principal and Teacher of our Grade School for thirty years. x g 1 fr ills ' wdifiwtwwfe TO THE CLASS OF 51 In this 1951 Dogie you seniors have a lasting record of your school days in Newcastle High School May you get much pleasure from looking through the pages of this book and recalling the friend ments of your school life Best wishes for your continued suc cess and happiness as you leave this school to engage in other work and ao tivity Donold E Tewell ! ships, happy experiences and accomplish- Y J '5 'A X 3 Wkm ' xgwwfxfe To the Class of l95l Dear S6HlOTS Your fellow students, teachers and orlnclpal extend cordlal congratulatlons and an 3ffGCtlOH8iG farewell We hope the 3CtlVlt19S and frlendly faces DlCtUIGd 1D the l95l Dogle w1ll always remind you of the oleasant assocla tlons of the past and of our best wlshes for the future Good bye and good luck Cordlally, J E Crouch 5' L f BOARD GF TRUSTEES For the newly organized School District No. 1 Walter E. Updike E Prefident 5 2 3 , 65 lil ll Floyd Sweet Elmer L. Rogers Richard Hansen Roscoe C. Austin E Vice Prefidefzt Clerk T1'eaJzn'er ll O, A. Darlington T. R. El1i0tt jack R. Rawhouser Albert B. Taylor l I 5 .. ,, ' ,V ,flu hy, ,, f .,.,,. ., ,1.Q,,.,x , , - y 'IZ Q f' r Y ww- ,f 5 12 " -72 Y! .1 W .,,, fi' ,,. . iz: Lf' ' lied 5 A 'WY , 'fri w 497 1' f K- , 12. 1 4' 4 ,, 1 'G 4 5 I if ,JJ 1 1 .bg J' ,gig r v ,AK M I v - 5-G v - WW' Vt' .f- .. gl 1 N.: 'V' 1' 1 5 al 1 J" . I H., , N ' x ei, J ,. , K 5 1 x 4' 6 1 ' f ,g M4 Y' , 1 H Af ,, Mi N K' xgffr 511 7 1' 1 S V ,, 4 ' ml I yv yi Q L q s S4 x -' 5 F, fwllio 5015 5 ,. R 0 'Al' 1 -,A-V .4-K L V ,gg Jig , dr, , J,'N'1. .l ww ' ' Y 1, UNK- D 'l':ug S., jfxdv 4: Ji 'f ff lf'fiy,'. ,H I 5 ,uk xl, H 2 xl: , 'I 11 'IR-u 'W yxxf lv f- yr 1 'gv 1 ,X 1" sf? Q u', f E., wx' xv ' 5, ,A 0, J . I1 ' , I " ' n x J! , mf.. 4 1 1 A A ' 3 4' If a 'M If A m ig Q t V, +7 . jf . . ie, , ,,, f L Q 3' fu I 1 . il, 'I x fi . 1 fd 2 i . I 1 mm M W ,, ,,,,,Nv ,EEL ,A r 'R b ' Q3 X ' X" L M gm , ' -, A ,A . . - " 1 , JY .'N4 JV' U Aqf ,. -,-.1 an '. V, W .' l,. ,,,, Yvlwr-Qi..'. fx " ' ' in ' ' Q 'fi' 2gf,g .,.. fgfsg .3ff2gg4fi1'.2 ,gi - ,' yifiwi' ' U 1 5 , guru' b . 4'i??2f'f'f.A f" Q1 , - ' :Lv '- I ---43 Q, mama-ax11,z .1 1-xxxvm' n L A :, F 1 . f' Lwkl,-'ld'-Qv., ,,. U... J-gg. V s ELMER A. BERNARD FRED R. BOND GRACE CROUCH B.A,,C0nC0rdia Collegeg 1 year A.B., University of North Dakotag BIAW U' Of DCUVCI- University Iowa. of NOfth Dakota. Library: English' Trigonometry, Algebra. Band, World Hi5t0fY- J. E. CROUCH A.M., U. of Coloradog A.B., Buena Vista College. Public Speaking, Geometry, jour- nalism. BYRON KINDER MARSHALL S. MACY B.S., Southeast Missouri State. B.A., U. of South Dakotag M.Ed. Commercial work. . 16.1 if rf 'Q Nlunnv' ,AF ,K 31041, U. of South Dakota. General Science, Chemistry, Algebra 4--...V --M 1' ana 2 'aff' K, .mf . .amp is . ,t if ti I, li if .1 1 It-i1 Sie. .. JOHN PANZETTA J. L. RATIGAN RICHARD W. ROWLES B.S., State Teachers College, Blooms- B.S., B. H. Teachers College. B5-, UHIVCYSIQY Of Wyoming- burg pa. Driving, Biology, Physical Educa- Manual Training, Ag1'1CU1fUfC- Distributive Education, World His- tion. tory, American Government, Inter- national Relations. ALMA SLENKER DOROTHY TEICHERT HARRY E. WALKER 5B.S., University of. Wyoming. B.A., Nebr. State Teachers Collegeg B,S., North Dakota State. I Home Economics, Biology, Family M.M., University of Nebr. English I, IV, American History. ,H Relations. Grade Music, High School Vocal Music. S' I if 11-1 P S . , ,S 1 . . ANNUAL STAFF all x . 1 ,L 5 P wif 'Elf' , -. ,w s t I f is A A AN X T 419' I f 5 , ll ,, lv "We 4 , is fr I I 4 NM IN jerry Ditto Editor-in-Chief Charlene Tewell Patricia Trosello Aff! Editor Burrizzefr Manager SNAPSHOTS-Dudley Wiltse SPORTS-Sammy Sewell BAND-Martha Howell, Charlene Tewell CLASS WILL-Irene Walker, Sophie Mirich CLASS PROPHECY-joan Thomson VOCAL MUSIC-jean Brown ROYALTY-Sophie Mirich, Betty jo Willis, Irene Walker PEP CLUB-Betty jo Willis F.F.A.-Walter May F.H.A.-Lois Ann Joslyn TYPISTS-Betty jo Willis, Irene Walker, Sophie Mirich Roderick Snyder AJJ't Bur. Mgr. , My 29 QENQQ Q 53, x X K . ' C2 -2, f ',- 9,3-'t 3, X, 11. , MV . Y .15 .X W' Fr ' Q 'N QNX W? J' fm Q 'W' . V , , W iki QQ- fy W'-1. 1 'Q 'W' 'x ,f .f,,. A V "'1:,i,Q-,. .IN - i., ,J-W, x f W vp, '-by 'fY'f,: ,mf Y- . f I5 ,.,,.,uV.UL , ,W ,.,L. X. Saw' I W ' vrf,1,w IJ 4 -' A ' -ikfilu ff-:fa?fvf"'14ff I-fin 'Ha " L F PM X. x 1 5 95 ' . W fl! ,L1 Hu- P 4 1 " U" My ' 3?lN?NV. U ex. I 4 I ,JF Q 'Ft' -- ' 5? -'gf ,inf - ' 7 'W' I K f I lu X AQ' ' X ., V may " 4 ., :AAI xv 43:1-""' H, A I ' " I I Y, ' Q Xml:-.7,.Y,yh1'!v5 - fly," 5 V X x Q, E. A .3 'YI' f' A f ,..', 'v'. -- 1 4 ' " f, ,-,X . -""""" Iw,' ,. if ' f 'Ii' Qi: '- J-W - . ' . , ..,,,,.,A.,a. V H. ., VIAK ,A 'NM W xnxx wi JOAN BORGIALLI Pep club, 3-4. LOUISE BOND Pep club, 1-2-3-4, Glee club, 12, Office girl, 4. fx, yur pw. W., , ls. B ..s...lW.. .- ROBERT BORGIALLI Football, 1-2-3-45 Track, 2-3-43 N club, 3-4g FFA, 2-3-43 FFA tres., 3 4 TOMMY BORGIALLI Football, 1-2-3-45 Track, 35 N club, 3-43 Carnival com., 3-45 FFA, 2-3-4' FFA vice-pres., 4. x JEAN BROWN Pep club, 3-45 Glee club, 1-2-3-4 Carnival Com., 3-45 junior Play, 3 Prom Committee, 3g FHA, 2-3-43 Li brarian, 2-3-4, Ensemble, 2-3-4. RICHARD BLAKELY Band, 1-2. Q FERN CRAIG Pep club, 1-2-3-4, Twirler, 1-2-3-4, Glee club, 1-2-3-4, Carnival Queen cand., 3, Carnival com., 4, Home- coming Queen cancl., 4, junior Play, 3, Prom com., 3, FHA, 2-3-4, sc-cy., 3, Librarian, 2-4, Sextet, 1-2, Ensem- ble, 3-4, Cheerleader, 4. GERALD DAVIS Football, 1-2-3-4, Basketball, 1-2, FFA, 2, Track, 1-2-3-4, N club, 2-3-4, N club pres., 4, secy., 3, Carnival Com., 4, Homecoming King cand., 4, Prom com., 3. JACK CASE Vice-Pres. of class, 4, Football, 1-2- 3-4, Basketball, 1-2-3-4, Track, 1-2-33 N club, 2-3-4, Carnival King cand., 3, Carnival Com, 4, Prom Com., 3. DEAN CORNELISON Football, 1-2-3-4, Basketball, 1-2-3-4, Track, 1-2-4, N club, 3-4, Carnival King cand., 4, Prom Com., 3, FFA, 2. HELEN DIXON Pep club, 2-4, Carnival com., 2, Prom com., 3. JERRY DITTO john Carroll High, Oklahoma City Okla., 1, St. Marys High, Wichita Kans., 2, Basketball, 3-4, N club 3-4, Carnival com., 4, Prom com., 3 Annual Editor, 4. v BEVERLY EGGE Pep club, 3-43 Band, 1-2-3-43 Glee club, 3-45 Carnival com., 4, junior plaY, 33 Librarian, lg Office girl, 4. Lois ENGLE Pep Club, 1-2-3-43 FHA, 2-33 Office girl, 4. mf., ALLEN ECKLEY Football, 3-43 Track, 2-3. BETTY EATHERTON Pep club, 3-4, Carnival com., 3-4, Prom com., 5, FHA, 2-3-4g Office girl, 1. W-vu? I 'MF' KENNETH GASKILL Class secy., 2g Football, 1-2, Basket ball, 1-2-3-4, Track, 1-2-4g N club 2-3-43 Vice Pres. 4, KN clubjg Cari nival King, 2, Carnival com., 4 Homecoming King, 4g junior play 35 Prom com., 33 FFA, 2. HELEN HANSEN Pep club, 1-2-3-43 Carnival com. 1-2-35 Prom com., 35 FHA, 2-3-4 SoPi-IIE Mmici-i Pep club, 43 Carnival com., 4g junior play, 53 Prom com., 33 Librarian, 53 Office girl, 13 FHA, secy., 43 FHA, 2-3-4. BONNIE MARQUxss Class treas. 3, secy., 4g Pep club, 1-2'3'4Q Glee club, 1-23 Carnival com., 43 Homecoming Queen, 4g junior Play, 33 FHA, 2-5-4, Pres., 2-3, Parliamentarian, 43 Twirler, 1-2-3-43 Harvest Moon Queen cancl., 4. 'ii MARTHA JEAN HOWELL Class Pres., 23 Pep club, 3-43 Band, 1-2-3-43 Glee club, 1-2-3-43 Carnival com., 4, Lois ANN JOSLYN Harvest Moon queen cand., 43 Pep club, 3-43 Band, 1-2-3-43 Glee club, 1-2-3-43 Carnival Queen cand., 43 Carnival com, 33 junior Play, 55 Prom com., 33 FHA, 2-3-43 FHA, local secy., 2, dist. pres., 3, state secy., 33 Debate, 3-43 Girls state, 33 Speech club secy., 3. ? MY'RON MASON Regis High School, Denver, 13 La- ramie High, Laramie, 23 Tuscon Senior High, Tuscon, 23 Carnival com., 41 Junior Play, 53 Prom com., 5. WALTER MAY Class vice-pres., 5, treas., 43 Basket- ball, 53 Track, 5-43 Pep club, 43 Carnival com., 55 Stage mgr., Junior play, 33 Prom com, 33 FFA, 2-3-4, Pres. 4, LORENE PZINSKI Class secy,, 15 Pep club, 1-3-49 Band, 2-3-41 Glee club, 1-2-3-4g Prom com., 33 FHA, 2-3-4g Ensemble, 3-4. WALTER PZINSKI Pep club, 4g Carnival Com., 33 Prom com., 35 FFA, 2-3-4. DICK MORRIS FFA, 2, DICK MINER Bridger, Mont., 1g Manderson, Wye., 23 Sheridan, Wyo., 3. 'fa- DAVID RIESLAND Class secy., 3g Carnival com., 45 Prom com., 3. SAMMY SEWELL Football, 1-2-3-43 Basketball, I-2-3-43 Track, 2-3-43 N club, 2-3-45 Carni- val Com., 3-43 Homecoming King cand., 4g Prom com., 3g FFA, 2-3-4, parliamentarian 4. LARRY TAYLOR FFA, 2-3-4, secy., 3. CHARLENE T EWELL Pep club, 1-2-3-43 Glee club, 1-2-3-49 Carnival queen cand., 1, Carnival com., 3-43 junior Play, 35 Prom com., 39 FHA, 2-3-4, Treas. 23 Ensemble, 3-4, Girls state, 33 Debate, 3-4. .,., - nnua-alms - " nuuw1r 7:14 v- RODERICK SNYDER Class vice-pres. 33 Football, 1-2-3-45 Basketball, 1-2-3-4, Track, 3-4g N club, 3-4, secy.-treas., 4, Carnival com., 3-4, Prom committee, 3, An- nual staff, Asst, Bus Mgr. 4, FRANCIS T ANNER Football, 2-3-43 Basketball, 1-2-3, N club, 3-4. JOAN THOMPSON Pep club, 2-3-45 Glee club, 1-2-3-4g Prom com., 33 FHA, 3-43 Treas., 33 Office girl, supt, office, 4, Sextet, I-2. PATRICIA TROSELLO Class vice-pres, lg Pres., 3g Pep club, l-2-3-43 Band, l-2-3-43 Glee club, 1-2-3-43 Carnival queen, 23 Homecoming queen cand., 4, Prom committee, 3, FHA, 2-3-4, song- leacler, 2, pianist, 3-4, State Pianist, 33 Office girl, 43 Sextet, 23 Ensem- ble, 3-4. IRENE XVALKER Pep club, 4g FHA, 2-3, Office girl, lg Carnival com., 3-4, Prom com, 3 DORLENE WRIGH1' Pep club, 1-2-3-4, Glee club, 1-2 Carnival corn., 4, Prom com., 3 FHA, 2-3-4, parliamentarian 3 Cheerleader, 3-4. ROY WILLADSON WILLIS WILLADSON BETTY jo WILLIS Pep club, 43 Glee club, 1-25 Prom corn., 33 FHA, 1-2-33 Carnival com., 4. DUDLEY WILTSE Class Pres., 1-4, Pep Club, 4, Pres. 4g Band, 1-2-3-43 Carnival com., 43 Jul1iOr Play, 35 Prom com., 3, De- bate, 3-43 Boys' state, 3. f V 6 Whai do you sec E J, Beautifu! View it A.. f,Z',,, 1 'I eff, Ad? LJ 1 WSG, ffm 4 Zzfar Q? Dino P054 H0 Hmm Y I , .gn 'IA ,V 1 ff? frfffwiwiww Gia mom ilicpcri on XYazc?z that muamliuc . Mm m. - ggi f , af? , 4 ,A 1" A . 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WJ , N ., , W V u .J-ij'-'ii '-' " . A , " . .u,Lx KI. x Vw, :"'-2, wx 44 .wt-5 1. ..,, 7" 41 ,, ax, .rid Zzuarifcs 'E - r BEST LO POPULAR . F - OKING . G ku em Craig SammY Sewell Bonnie Mafqulss Kenny asl SPORT S l CHOLA HLETE Charlene Tewel Martha Howell R151-up . AT ' k SnYdef P' ' avld Relsland Roderxc A , . P. P h--M ...pf i.. Havarifcs NALXTY FEADERSHIP PERSO atricia Trosello Dudley Wm . Dluo P se Loxs Ann Joslyn IerrY BEST ALL AR IEST K . ' CUND FR?ETDL10an Thomson efmffh Gaskdl Bonnie Marquis Dean Cornehso ,JWWWW mi I . I I-?4?z 'Y A. 35,3 iff-fl ,..v A 2, V wp g Q'QffA.x"o .,,. CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1951, being of sound mind and body, leave to you, the students of N.H.S.: Tommy Borgialli leaves his cowboy boots to Ace Rogen. George Warner leaves his flirting ways to Rex McCoy. Dorline Wright leaves her wonderful gift of gab to joan Mitchell. Betty jo Willis leaves her present engagement for a more important one. Bonnie Marquiss leaves her golden locks to Peggy Hereford. Dean Cornelison leaves his quiet ways to Bobby Anderson. Kenneth Gaskill leaves his sportsmanship to Allen Joslyn. Fern Craig leaves her charming ways to Viola Fegert. Sophie Mirich leaves her long black hair to Caroline Eatherton--now don't cut it! Beverly Egge leaves her chemistry book to Richard Taylor. David Riesland leaves his brains to any poor freshie who can carry them. Dudley Wiltse leaves his red cords to Tommy Spencer-they need some altering first!! Irene Walker leaves "Goodnight Irene" to David Fitzgerald-you'll have to find a new tune! Jerry Ditto left for Rapid City-he'll move back this spring. Charlene Tewell leaves her French horn at the music room-for sale! Martha Howell left her gum in her flute for anyone who wants to use it. Lois Engle leaves her class dues for Doris Fawcett to pay. Allen Eckley leaves his diploma at the high school. Gerald Davis leaves his bubble gum for Miss Kinder- for you know what! Betty Eatherton fCurleyJ leaves her curly locks to Melvin Wildey. Roderick Snyder leaves his shot gun to Charles Lawson. Helen Hansen leaves her wardrobe to Margy Biggs. Myron Mason leaves his Hliteraturel' to Fred Giffin. Walter May leaves his prize heiffer to Charles Scott. Larry Taylor leaves his "uppers" to jean Sewell. Willis Willadson leaves to carry on American Government in Washington, D. C. joan Borgialli leaves her short hand notes to anyone who can read them. Roy Willadson leaves his "car" to Glenn Clyde-fix the starter! Patricia Trosello leaves her typewriter to Betty McLealand. Lois Ann Joslyn leaves several boy friends to Janet Schulze. Helen Dixon leaves the "Borgialli" car for June Schwarze. Francis Tanner leaves his work book to Mr. Walker. Louise Bond leaves for new horizons. Dick Minor leaves his curly hair to Claire Sorheim. Walter Pzinski already left. joan Thompson leaves her ability to write to Jerold Baird. Sammy Sewell leaves his title "most handsome" to some Junior boy. jean Brown leaves her dashing "red" hair to jerry Gardner. jack Case leaves his absent slips for Leonard Thompson to make up. Lorene Pzinski leaves her art of sewing to Barbara Olmstead. Dick Blakely leaves his Public Speaking Books to Mr. Crouch. Arlene Gustafson leaves her speech to Virginia Willadson. Richard Morris leaves his seat in Agriculture for some little farmer. now achieved fame, she is the first woman ever to win the "Pool Championship." Pat tells me she has a surprise for me, and that the floor show is about ready to start, with Dorlene Wright as star performer. Dorlene comes out and it really is a happy surprise. She leads us as she used to do with a yell for the "Dogies". I notice that Myron Mason, now chief auctioneer for Lucky Strike has Dean Corneilson cornered and is trying his sales talk on him but Dean seems unimpressed, his favorite brand is still "Cools". Charlene Tewell is here too, she is on an advertising campaign for Dewey. She is now his publicity agent and is still trying to get him elected. It is getting late and I am tired from my long trip so I bid my friends good night and start for my hotel. As I start down the street I see a tall Army Air Force Captain striding toward me, and I straighten up and am just ready to salute when I recognize him. Yes, it's no other than my old classmate Roderick Snyder, and I wouldnit salute him if he were a general. He tells me that he is still up to his old tricks, shooting bee bee guns Cat Russiansj and pulling light switches Cin his favorite girl's parlorj. As I reach my hotel who would be there to welcome me but Sophie Mirich, president of Newcastle Clubs Consimbined. Of course Sophie tells me all the local gossip. It seems that Lorene Pzenski is now head supervisor of all 4-H Clubs and Jack Case is sueing his wife for divorce on grounds of non-support. Jeannie Brown, famous journalist, writes her daily column, "Jeannie Love Tips" in Eathertons weekly. She has one choice bit of scandal- it seems that a complaint was issued to Governor Sammy Sewell, that Newcastle was using more than its share of Atomic Rocket Power, and that it was endangering the war effort. Of course he contacted famous secret detective George Warner to find the cause of the undue waste. After months of research he found enough evidence, all of which pointed toward Jerry Ditto. Jerry Ditto protested, he said that he only went to the moon every night and that that trip was REALLY necessary. His reason being that Sharon was there. George relayed Jerry's defense to Sammy who upon hearing it ruled it entirely necessary and allowed him twice as much atomic power, for you see he under- stands because he spends all his time, in between visits to Fern's Beauty Salon, making mud pies so that he can hurry back and get another manicure. She also tells me that Lois Engle is now happily married. Lois's castles finally took on real live form. Willis Willadson now a.famous chemist is working on a special formula for his brother Roy's enjoyment, "The endless book". We mustn't forget Lois Ann Joslyn, she has moved down to Larmie now as Mrs. Billy Boulden and poor Billy is still struggling to get through college. Dick Blakley has also achieved fame. He was awarded a super duper TAYLOR window washer, really a piece of sheep wool, for being the fastest and best windshield cleaner, and I also hear that Arlene Gustafason is still trying to sat- isfy her childhood ambition. "She's just a rolling stonef, As we are standing here talking who should come in but Louise Boint CBondJ who is also happily married, it seems that she was really in love even though she never did have the urge to write poetry. Wonder what Mr. Walker would say now? Sophie also informs me that Joan Borgialli, after many months of hard labor mastered her shorthand and has now taken Miss Kinder's place as commercial teacher. I have one last thing to do before I go to bed, that is make a phone call. "Number Please," I would recognize that voice anywhere. It is no other than Beverley Egge who has worked herself up to chief operator, but that is just a side line you see. She is a famous mathematician and is here working for the government. She is making a survey of whether girls call boys most or boys call girls. In other words who is chasing who. I forgot completely what I started to call about but that can wait till morning, and as I doze off I think of all the old acquaintances I have renewed today. Yes, each and every- one of my class mates has been just as successful or more than I. CLASS PROPHECY It is now the year of 1961 and I am on my way back to my old home town. I have finally reached my goal. Yes, I am now Znd. Lieutenant ,Ioan Thomson, N.C., and home on my first leave. b As the train pulls into the depot I can see even from here that Newcastle has grown and is prospering. You would never know it for the same town I went to school in. "Taxie lady?" why it is none other than Walter May, what a relief to see a familiar face. Walter tells me that he is now running a taxie service of which he is president, manager and driver. As he drives me through town I notice an immense line of men all moving toward the doctor's office. I ask Walter who was killed, but he says that Dudley Wiltse who is now the local doctor just employed Bonnie Marquiss as his special nurse last week and that it has been going on like this ever since, with jerry heading the line each day. "Now I Understand." There is our friend Kenny Gaskill. Walter squeels to a stop and takes one more aboard. Kenny seems to have prospered too, he tells me that he just signed a contract with the Denver Chevrolet basketball league, and that he was awarded 31,000 and a trip to Paris by Mr. Walker now manager of the radio program "It pays to be Ignorantf' Kenny informs me that he is on his way out to the Rodeo and as I have nothing to do I guess I'll tag along. just as we enter, chute No. 4 opens on the all famous rodeo star, Gerald Davis riding the slithering killer, Gun Powder. Kenny tells me that if Gerald wins the purse today he intends to donate it to the Alcohol Anonymous Society so that they can gain prohibition. There's really a crowd at the rodeo, and there is Betty jo Hokanson fWillisj, coming in now, with little Betty jo's and Bill's hanging onto her skirt tail. She merely waves to us. She seems to be preoccupied and who wouldn't be with thirteen children. Golly these people sure wear big hats. I can't see the rodeo for the cowboy hat in front of me, but that hat seems familiar, why it's no other than Oil Baron Richard Morris, but he is too interested in the rodeo to pay any attention to us. Yes, he's watching all star calf roper, Walter Pzinski, break the Newcastle record, he downed him in three hours flat. Francis Tanner is here too, but he tells me he is still waiting for Joanne to graduate. And of course the Borgialli brothers are here, they are now partners in the BDS CBorgialli, Dixon, Swartzj cattle ranch, the largest this side of Beaver creek, but I hear that Martha Howell is giving them some strong competition. Martha now owns a throughbred horse ranch and she has a horse in the race today. Itis rumored that she has bet everything except the horse she is running. "They're off," wait something's wrong. No. 11 is still at the starting post. "What no rider." After repeated questioning I find that Allen Eckley was to have been Martha's jockey but he just reached the fair grounds in time to see the last horse finish. Poor Martha, she now owns one horse. David Riesland, one of our honor students seems to have disappeared, it is rumored that he went to the North Pole. He must have found the Eskimo girls more attractive. The last event is over and as the crowd rushed toward the door I think of the halls of old Newcastle High. As we reach the gate who should be there waiting for us but our old faithful Walter May. He has the radio turned to the Irene Walker show, yes she has surpassed Bob Hope as comedian and story teller. The censors thought they had a job with Bob Hope, well now what? It seems the favorite gathering place anymore is Patty's Pool Hall, named for its proprietress Pat Trosello, who decided she would never style another letter head and has made her first one do all these years. As we enter I see Pat hard at work, shooting pool with Dick Miner, all American champ pool player, and they really keep Helen Hansen busy racking the pool balls. She plays a good game and beats him. Pat has 3, Kip ., 5 N 1 f -T LETZES 3 5' J " iigcliff? , , ,f f , I , 4' , J2iffLlW',,iVLiI V, V 'f',.i'f ' 'Y , 7 " Meggggfigi f ' yr I 1 f ' 1 " ff? ' f ii 4. , -W :, V ': ,M-,, ,. .. L lr, . f ,lg EW fff 5!11, f ' ff 1. ' 5- . 'AV 'f 1 4 4, I' Y , , 'li X 'qwfx " 1 J ff :S ww f as v. L . yy-..r ff., - ,U f ' P 9 . . 9 S1 ff 4 y l Mn' 1 X M7 , aff 71 J 1? 16 4 ,zz ' ' ffl, 6 QT' ' ,y .f P ."7'n' ' 1' fwgzif. , ,I ffuvff t.f,l '12 v 43.52 yu. L. V' H 'v :Ain ' f 1 14 ., , ,,,, ' 'fem " 1f':'L!".4"I'L -fl'?"Z ,, ,J ' pffidf:-:Q -"LQ ' .,,.,g,g1,1 ,L 3-,J .1 ,HL V., f.,4.,31.,, ','E+,k,uy-f,,--2f1,m'g1 , -- , .4151 ,ur f ,ft , , 111. E?l:5,t:,..!,,.,fy V, 1, WWA ,-.Q Ms ,, uv,-f.'., Vmlgpf ' ' -5:53 A , -r A mg' . iagia' WT A ' ,,.,.fWW Qiiegm " - I' vw- wr" " " .'7 H'l,rZ,J,, A.-V z , - , .Q 1' u,-if-' f Tx, . x JMX" 1. - . , , . . 'sw f' ,J LW ' !.,Q2"'S3' ' I Q" m""z. ,. QM .f H I . ,,. . 1 .5 W 'El 1 ' A M I . Nm., Q 'A .' , 1 ,. sw ' an' . '1 , .' . , .... buf 1 0 J, I , -L 1' V Y., -f us ft-'zz l v, if Aljiil M I ...- ,n.1 w,,,,1 ' , , L 4 ,,, T .WEN KP. i.. . .v H AC ' .fFvf a5' .-Ml,v.1l1,m- ,QA-14" QR? ,- ,, V:.f..,..f...-V-' - -.f wen: 9' ffzzff mm . 1' X! - I 'M ,. :iw ' ,,," fi ,Mb ' I .. First row: Larry Updike, Charles Lawson, Sammy Sewell, Bob Borgialli, Dean Cornel- ison, Roderick Snyder, Alan joslyn, Gerald Davis, Doug McCoy, Leonard Wildey, jim Dixon, Wade Brorby. Second row: Billy Oliver, Tom Borgialli, Francis Tanner, Earl Allen, Edgar Cook, Dean Swindler, jack Case, Fred Ertman, Lawrence Price, Maury Mullendore, jim Trenary, Charles Fletcher, Ed Ferguson. Third row: Richard Haynes, Danny Hansen, Bobby Davis, Bobby Anderson, jack Clark, David Updike, Allen Eckley, George Denny, Orville Borgialli, Foster Fields, Dean Ray, Manager Landis Slider, Coach john Ratigan. 'xl T3 f- 54-gf . L l l E ff M riff Y D 'F "Q, , "W ' v' V DOGIE STARTING ELEVEN . ffl 4 Qfhwyfk f'-W ck., - 7.9.4 4. 3 , .7 ' ' fffi " Y fpff' . -'I f n , ., iff ,ee 03,3 fe. fi' " ' . 3 Wly f' f ff 7 fyyffil ' , . ' , f .eww f , , , 4, 1 V pf , f 6 ,',,-' A Wm my 3 . at ,Q fff 1' "4fQ2f7Li5w?f f " f Nw f V ' ' f"' - X f I .. 1 ' ' ' QQ ' ' ' 3 .i algzf'-mi' 5' '4 T 'ti A .,l ""- - 1 ' A,,., Z .43 . af .f f, '..,., .xii V , f-ff? I ,,,V . mn: rl V! 1 f VV . fix-me .f.-ff' AL ff' . ,,1Y' Sewell-L. G. B. Borgialli-L. T. T. Borgialli-R. T. Updike-R. G. Co-Captain GRIDIRCN SEASON Newcastle ............ Newcastle ............ Newcastle ...,........ Newcastle .,.......... Newcastle ...,........ Newcastle ......,..... 0 Newcastle ........,... Newcastle ............ 1 8 Newcastle ...,........ 6 Hot Springs Sundance .........,....,. Custer ...... Gillette .... Upton ...... Midwest .... Provo ........ Buffalo .Y...o Ed gemont ., S TOTAL scoREs Newcastle-88 Opponents-143 Case-R. E Snyder-L. E. Q ,ae of X 6 0 EH: :di . 5 -a .4 V. i a:""If- S- V 'f :A iq 'HY - - ' I ii. nu , -,f N- ,va .J ' . ".-Qty' Q ' 49 . ,-" bf flu . -, viullendore-C. Davis-F. B. McCoy-Q. B. Fletcher-L. H. Joslyn-R. H, f'n-f'Ahlf11n fgaxiefhzff tgquafz' J First row: Coach john Ratigan, Dean Cornelison, Roderick Snyder, Kenny Gaskill, Doug McCoy, jerry Ditto, Second row: Dennis Patton, Leonard Wildey, David Updike, Sammy Sewell, Clare Sorheim, Bobby Anderson. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Newcastle c,,......... Provo ....,ici .....,. 26 Newcastle .,...r..,,.. 43 Buffalo .....,,... Newcastle .,.......... Upton ,..... VV..... 3 1 Newcastle ..t,,c..,... 42 Edgemont ,,,,., Newcastle Lusk ....,.. .....V. 4 0 Newcastle ........tt.. 29 Sheridan ,,,. , Newcastle ..c......ctc Buffalo 48 Newcastle .,....vi.... 29 Edgemont .,.,., Newcastle Sheridan 58 Newcastle ..,......... 69 Midwest ,,,, . Newcastle ........,,., Midwest 59 Newcastle .,...s,,..c, 40 Pineridge ,,,,., Newcastle ..,.,......t Provo ..t,,. ,..c,.. 3 5 Newcastle ........rv.. 44 Provo ,s,,,,,,, A Newcastle Gillette 38 Newcastle .,...,,r,... 58 Sundance ,.,,,. Newcastle Sundance 59 Newcastle ,c,,...,,,c. 48 Upton ..,.--, , Newcastle c,.,..,,,,., 58 Gillette ..... TRI-COUNTY TOURNAMENT DISTRICT TOURNAMENT New'ca5tlc, ,ss,,,css, 35 Rozet ,,sc.,,,scs.....s.,r., 14 Newcastle ......w...VV 50 Midwest c.... . Newcastle ,,,c,..,,,,c 47 Sundance , ..,.,ca 22 NCWCZISU6 ----,AA----- 47 Sheridan ., Ncwuistle ss,.,s M57 Gillette 42 NCwc21StlC .,---------- 52 Buffalo Newcastle .....,..,,,. 39 Midwest ..c,c Semzzd Plate llfjmlcfz' Third Place ll"i11z1er' .30 QQGWZ Wgms Dean Comehson Kenny Gask111 V Doug MCCOY :Wa W jerry' D130 Sammy Sewell Roderldf S Hyde, Davxd xx?-Xe? Updlke 3 FQ Sorh 51272 OFFICERS Gerald Davis ..............,.......,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, .,,,4,,., P fejidgnp K6I'lI1Ctl'1 ...... ,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,. V jgg Preyjdgnf Roderick Snyder .... ........g. S ecretazry-Treqrzfrer First row: Wade Brorby, Roderick Snyder, Dean Corneilson, jack Case, Dennis Patton, Sammy Sewell, and Tommy Borgialli. Second row: Coach Ratigan, Leonard Wildey, Douglas McCoy, Kenneth Gaskill, jerry Ditto, Rex McCoy, and Lawrence Price. Third row: Robert Borgialli, Charles Lawson, Gerald Davis, Allan Joslyn, Francis Tanner, and Charles Fletcher. GZ! 1 , H M if K. M Q9 , 2 y 1 5-,sgdS'ifgfs,,Q,, Q' .W 'wf'-yrs. N xx. awww . ,fn-f' ww l Q! . 15 V2 4 -, fgffffwufw f ,. l' ,L " -'fwih-,f4. f , f f' E , . 'N AA l ,123 X f 1 Aff! Q x f ,.'f'1'Q2'L1W 4 1 - N if Q, 1 :5 W 55359 'FEE 1 ,., . 9 4 QM figs' M' ' fn A H i M, a-5115 '52, W ,fi 5 -'14 ig? QHVI 'fi I KAI I 'ri , ' J g Q, , ff, .fp 1, ' if w. ,Iv 'A ' V 1' iffbff ,af fj ,W ff .f-- . ' - " Q"- ,-9 " YG.. Z pg. 3 , . 4 - 1 ..,. ,.v- -.5 W L, " f V , ' aj AJ 4:w'Tr , ,,. KU ffm ,L X 4 5 glee First row: Fern Craig, Katilou Russell, Clara Goodson, Donna Watson, Charlene Tewell, Carmen Sly, Lorene Pzinski, Shirley Franklin, Peggy Hereford, Evelyn Stites, Miss Tiechert. Second row: Barbara Olmsted, Betty McLeland, Joan Thompson, Patricia Trosello, Violet Draper, Claralee Chittim, Beverly Egge, Sharon Joyce, Martha Howell, Pauline Wegher, Margaret Anderson. Third row: Betty Jo Updike, Patricia Pool, Cora Furgeson, Jean Brown, Kay Kearnes, Lorraine Feaster, Joan Elliott, Joanne Farella, Margie Biggs, Lois Ann Joslyn. Fourth row: Shirley Hansen, Edith Rozzen, Minta Tate, Mary Jo I-Iagius, Marilyn Roby, Nancy Peterson, Jannette Cummings, Madonna Toppenberg, Jean Sewell. WINTER CONCERT-December 19 SPRING CONCERT-April 20 GILLETTE FESTIVAL-April 27-28 clu Pat Trosello Charlene Tewell Lorene Pzinski Fern Craig Carmen Sly Barbara Olmsteacl Martha Howell jean Brown Sharon Joyce Nancy Peterson AN INFORMAL POSE ensemble CLARINETS Beverly Egge Maxine Boyde John Rogers June Schwarze Ruby Strain Ruth Ellis Margaret Hays Donna Mendenhall Gail Achback Mary Crosley F LUTES Martha Howell Shirley Schwarze Mary Jo Witzel SAXOPHONES Lorene Pzinski Joan Elliott Dudley Wiltse Betty Lou Morris vi f 'z CORNETS Allan Joslyn Jeanette Cummings Jerry Gardner Ann Hurt Earl Allen .Jerry Dixon Don Berman Nancy Aide Gary Burnett Jerry Tewell TROMBONES Bob Slenker Lyndia Hansen Janice Hansen Teddy Heck George Denny Jim Dixon TWIRLERS Bonnie Marquiss Fern Craig FRENCH HORNS Charlene Tewell Lois Ann Joslyn Barbara Olmstead BARITONES Katherine Craig Georgia Franklin Albert Walters DRUMS Skip Lawson Pat Trosello Carmen Sly Madonna Toppenburg BASS Shirley Martens Cora Furgeson Lyle Ackley WINTER CONCERT-December 19 SPRING CONCERT-April 20 DISTRICT MUSIC FESTIVAL-April 27-28 Q' OFFICERS Dudley Wiltse Billy Cattles Carmen Sly Prefident Treamrer S ecfelary CHEER LEADERS Fern Craig Dorlene Wright Sharon Joyce Joanne Farella fabsentj The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization of girls that have taken or are taking Home Economics. The Newcastle Chapter has 82 members, two of which have the honor of being state officers, and one of which holds a district office. The Newcastle Chapter was awarded a Superior rating at the annual state meeting at Laramie in March, 1950. Two nation-wide projects which were observed were a "Families Together" night and the "World Christmas Festival". Norway was chosen as the school to receive a Christmas package for the year 1950 from the Newcastle Chapter. A FHA Christmas party was held with Norway the theme for refreshments and dress. A "Families Together" project was carried out by having a family party where every member of the family had fun together. 0 S A ,- ,J f. S kr- r a iq.. - i Y, i A. Y A W-.1 . Back row, left to right: Velma Blakely, Clara Goodson, Donna Gail Watson, Bonnie Barbara Morrissey, Clara Lee Chittim, Kathryn Craig, Nina Arthur, Lorene Pzinski, Shirley Franklin, Charlene Tewell, Marjorie Hicks, Fern Craig, Carol Snyder, Katy Lou Russell, Violet Draper. Nancy Peterson, Marianni Kennedy. Fourth row: Patty Mills, Judy Jones, Pat Pool, Joanne Shrull, Alyce Eatherton, Jeanne Shrull, Joan Thomson, Martha Howell, Shirley Martens, Mary Lou Meyers, Sharon Joyce, Evelun Stites, Betty McLeland, Dorlene Wright, Helen Dixon, Betty Eatherton, Jean Brown, Joan Borgialli. Third row: Naomi Morgan, Joyce Wagner, Helen Hansen, Sharon Schrader, Jean Heurman, Kay Kearns, Cora Ferguson, Barbara Olmsted, Lorraine Feaster, Ellen Horton, Colleen Cool, Hazel Borgialli, June Schwartz, Marilyn Roby, Jean Sewell. Second rowi Doris Fawcett, Glenda Thompson, Minie Borgialli, Irene Cummings, Joan Mitchell, Betty Rich, Betty Jo Updike, Mary Jo Haguis, Minta Tate, Betty Cool, Jeanette Cummings Lois Ann Joslyn, Madonna Toppenberg, Eloise Devilluneive, Katharine Gibbs. . g The first row are the officers of the organization. They are from left to right: Fat Trosello, pianist, Carmen Sly, songleader, Betty Lou Morris, treasurerg Joan Elliott, vice-presidentg Mrs. Slenker, chapter adviserg Ann Eckley, presidentg Sophie Mirich, secretaryg Pauline Wegher, historiang Shirley Hansen, reporter. Finley, ARMERS 0 IA ,P F FUTURE Aft' ihewai "FUTURE FARMERS of AMERICA" The Future Farmers of America or "F.F.A." as it is commonly known. is the h l national organization of, by, and for boys studying vocational agriculture in high sc oo s. The motto of the consists of only four lines, but these lines are filled with practical philosophy, reflecting a spirit and sincerity of the farm youth of America. The Motto: Learning t0 do ,. , Q Doing to learn i ss f. g il-L' Enrning to live 'Li' F jg:-on ' Living to Jerve 'r .? i gf - -A , WT ig 4 F-ra 21 7A A O53 I ' -0 Q 1 .4- 3 ff 5 gain., , , Ha rt , rggwf c!'X K v, i- X 4 s -' . - Af if ' c---v f 1--'V E 5 "' 'X Y, e A, ,Z f xiii i V 4 2 , I - E- - x.,f ' A' 1 '- 'tif' Luk," 1 Y V, ' I - Ubrarians .41-2. Office Girls LIBRARIANS-Dorlenc Wright, Fern Craig, Ann Eckley, Joanne Elliott, Betty jo Willis, Mrs. Crouth, Irene Walker, and Sophie Mirich. OFFICE GIRLS-Louise Bond, Beverly Egge, Lois Ann Joslyn, Lois Engle, Ann Eckley, Patricia Troscllo, and Donna Watson. Student Zauncil f ff' Newcastle High School's new STUDENT COUNCIL-Seated are, left to right: Tom Mitich, secretary-treasurer, Roderick Snyder, president, Wade Brorby, vice-president. Standing, left to right: Charles Lawson, Noble Richards, Freddie Carr, Mr. Walker, Mrs. Slenker, Dudley Wiltse, Mr. Crouch, Charlene Tewell, Pat Pool, and Joanne Elliott. Senior Play 5 Y THE CAST-Ma Smith, Betty Jo Willis, Pa Smith, David Riesland, Tony Smith, Sammy Sewell, Betty Smith, Dorlene Wright, Buddie Smith, Gerald Davis, Aunt Bella, Charlene Tewell, Sally Smith, Pat Trosello, Barbara Wetherby, Bonnie Marquiss, Professor Slattery, Dudley Wiltse, Dick Jones, jerry Ditto, Stewart Brandon, Roderick Snyder, julie Weston, Fern Craig. -Af. ,Q .41 KA , ,V My .,.-M. , ,,, - f 4w 'l ,Q ,V fi: ' - WV f 1 f 3 " , PLATIJIG is morei on OIL CHANGING 2 I 4, , . - , 5' ::,. .,, ' . f ' f vw ww 1,1N we ff Alf, ' f .f' 11 2.'v" 1' 47 Egwlf Y if i I my Z2 M 'W ' usa., ,, ,ff . ,V Q, ,.,,. 2 Q U 5 Q E325 1. 45, , ,k J 'M' 454 53 F 'X f 'Q 1 J 1 ,-'i,fQ'?"Ff5,'?w ' '15 f ,Q ju, .,. , 1 , A ,QA .ij 0'+.1J"' MGM Pl RATE 5 CAVE MQ! 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Whaf makes you sfruf so cockily, Whaf makes you seem so proud?" "l can see fhe whole wide world The ocean and fhe frees: l can feel fhe breezes blow And I have room fo sneeze!" Bu+ righf af fhaf same momenf, A worm began fo crawl From ouf his warm hole in fhe ground Chick afe him - fuzz and all. "Hal" cried chickie fo his friend, "Now l've had my dinner While you gaze off in disfanf space And keep on geffing fhinner!" 1 be - afffkiiidi' A,-N, , , - ,ff -vfelfki-L-A-1-f,f,4M-Sfmw 7Zez0'ca:136e ,E -5 "va-,Z MORAL Dreams are youfh's inescapable lure, Visions sublime fempf fo places a-far: Dream-buf don"r lef dreams be your masfer Lesf you sfub your foe on a sfar! - ,-i.-i .,..-- '-- ,,, 4 7:45 11:24:46 E. L. and Mary Rogers IL W Ewmfy 0912 ug, if ' IK ESTON Tm I " 1- l'-Q 1-"1 - L DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS kli d Cu'H'er V dS Ph N IW Wm ky. . TO GREATER VALUES 61644441 DEPARTMENT STORE Clofhing, Shoes, Dry G PHONE 308 oods, Nofions .Q Q ' Q Wffwlor PHONE 38-W 555 FOP y0uRsfLF?Free Pick-up and Delivery Service AII'era+ions and Mending ' afMm KQJZMQZQZ x. gud! Quad ?aad,f C x .nge fwffffi 20 C5 2 I L. I.. Dewey- and Irene GuIIey senvncsj gfijc 062, Q 6 is ouk f FIRST f THOUGHT ' SLY'S FOOD MARKET Newcasfle, Wyo. Phone II "You need The money we can save you!" Zwiw GOOD FOOD ,If "l'12"'1iE11.-z.. .:1xEu31!:1'::131' w:r,uE3-1qT-- evmmmisexirhixmim..T.. Congra+uIa+ions fo The "Class of I95I" CORNER FOUNTAIN "Millie and Bill" THE ROAD AHEAD For some if leads fo college . . . for some, a place in business or indusiry . . . for I'he girls, perhaps, iI's marriage and a home. Regardless of your choice, opporI'uni+y lies ahead. Oppor- 'Iunify I'haI sI'ems from Ihe American way of 'free choice, free speech, freedom Io build a fuI'ure. THE AMERICAN WAY The firsf sI'ep is Io I R T SOME ,.,.,,,,, 'l lull COMMENCE NOW TO ACCUMULATE YOUR BUSINESS CAPITAL The firsi' sfep is a de'I'erminaIion To s'I'arI' and Io keep up a Savings Account TALK THIS OVER WITH THE yah? ffcife We M NEWCASTLE, WYOMING Deposifs insured up +0 SI0,000.00 WZZMJQJZZQ' 035567 Prescripfion SpeciaIis+s Jewelers PHONE 40 QuaIi+y Merchandise Newcasfle, Wyoming FOREST PARK GROCERY WYOMING GAS SERVICE Groceries and Mea+s Tank and Bo++IecI Gas and Appliances Mr. and Mrs. William PinIcer+on , Phone 309-J Phone 564-J DR. BIDDISON Yours To make "5I" PHONE 363 a IIIHHY one Na+uropaI'hic Physician Jac. STOP AT THE COMPANY ggi? 2955 "For The Resl' of Your Life" MODERN APPLIANCE BUTLER PHOTO STUDIO STORE Por+rai+s-Phoiography YQUR G5Nlnu.Qnucmgg DEALER Commercial - News , F'I D I ' Newcasfle, W1yo.eve opmgPhone 334 Phone 307 Newcasfle, Wyoming We ffm C52 Home of National Brands NEWCASTLE CHOICE M EATS PHONE I93 Jaw? 25 Mya WZ-Max Why Pay for Overhead? You Can't Eat It Compliments of INAUSI-I CREEK PRODUCTION C OM PAN Y "Producers of the Famous Mush Creek Crude Oil" -i ' ig ,, . f 1 , !5h1 - -rs' f . . rid .1 1 1: . H320 ei 2- Q: J' Z' P11 gr 1 as! J-s .. f 21155 Jiri S31 F 55. AEQQ : S 'HL5 'lm' "G 'E' E ' ?- 'A 3- 2 - rl 'i E i Yj. 3: i f Y ,7.- - 5 i Q, s f NEWCASTLE ZZZGJEZMZLQ Meafs G . ZMZZM fag-Z Dsscafgzik Phone 70 Phone I9-l5I STANEARNEST SEDIG Roberi' Thompson, Prop. S'i'l'iCi'iy iViOd6I'f1 Newcagfle, WYO, Air Condifioned Phone 76 iff? fifkjf TOURIST COURTS - APARTMENTS One Block off Main S+ree+ N" P Alfred Donielson Jennie M. Donielson YGU - wg HELPETOME A Q6 TOUR , . x"X .gqqp fl q c 'E VVARD amid 50. The Best in Building GOOD LUCK CLASS OF "si" CRAIG KQZWZX Q ...I .. 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PARRISH, Publisher Run By Home Folks 1 i Compliments of 5 QQJZZQ W4 T on L ed GA 5 5 Q CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '51 L Look Ahead to the Years Ahead 6 , With E FIQHEIEI T "-.1-3' 'EW T E-'. .2 if f 0 S X q Wezdcxa 376 MOTOR OO. 5 F PHONE 56 If There Is Some'I'I1ing You ' Need I In Implemenis Hardware Ol' U Building Maieria SEE '2LZCZ0f'E '2 5 Ss .bgdmffi fm B E S T IN BUILDING MATERIALS and APPLIANCES pix -OP O Compliments of COOPERATIVE REFINERY ASSOCIATION 8.9 4' COMPLETE DRY CLEANING Congratulations SERVICE Seniors of '5I Phone 343 x 'r ' k a 'h r A i " -z ' 'x gy X ' S I Q-wi-D ZEZVJQ4 C l.. E 15 VXI E RS You who graduate this year are tortu- nate . . . fortunate because you live in an era when electricity has clone so much to reduce the druclgery of man- H- 8' T- lcind. For all of yOu, The continuing PONTIAC SERVICE development of the uses ot electricity will make lite easier ancl more enioyable now and in the years to come. i SlNCLAlR Qkwrfwomv T G h Ph fave fuazefc -S2-'femfr ommy 'E' m one 573'W Congratulations SEN IORS QZQGZ QQYZ1 CLAY PRQDLJCTS CQ. "BuiId Fire Proof With Brick and TiIe" PHONE 7l Belle Fouche, South Dakota Block Hills Cold Storage f QQZWMWZQP DAl RY PRODUCTS PHONE 52-W A-1-E 'S Compliments of g" ' f 1 RUSTYS SADDLERY K, Sadhu Millon D. 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