North Gem High School - Gem Yearbook (Bancroft, ID)

 - Class of 1935

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BIGGERS Sports Editor Adviser if ' 4 , 'fi V -- .. f f Dorothy Christensen ..,., , ,,,,,,,, Senior Representative Henrietta Hcgan .,e,.,., .U ,,,,,,,,, Junior Representative Q4 Gertrude Childs ,,.,.e Ae,, , ,, Sophomore Representative I"2rn -I2ppSen ....... ,e.. ..... , . Freshman Representative Va Lore Jensen ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,.., , ,,,,, C artoonisr JoeCa1l .,,............,..,.,.. .. ,,..,,,,,,,, , ,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, . Cartoonist DOROTHY CHRISTENSEN HENRIETTA HOGAN GERTRUDE CHILDS PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY BY GRAVES fd POTTER, INC. POCATELLO, IDAHO PHOTOGRAPHY BY COOK PHOTO LABORATORY POCATELLO, IDAHO I P a 9 e T w O n X lblxy fl I P x ll X N xx Foirewfo r d X e , 1 THE GEM a new born babe among the earnest progressnve workers startmg to send out 1ts xnner most feelings of enhghtenment an d encouragement We wxll not tarmsh xt wnth vulgar un tain the glxttenng lustre as a shmmg emblem The Golden Rule The rays of thxs erethereal Gem wlll forever encircle the loyal onward Students of the North Gem H1 h fifllllglf x t X W . 1 1 . ' V . ' is 'xx ' .' . X clean thoughtsnbut will re-- X lg - . xl 1 1 X . P Aa' X 417 RY F LORENZO PARKER Superintendent of School l l To Lorenzo Parker: not merely a superintendent. but a student among students, a diligent worker, and a sustainer of North Gem High, We dedicate the N935 "Gem." MMM .Wk-7 L0 4 J? JA 3 SME ' ve f Left to Right: Herman l-latch, George Alley, Joe Call, David Grimm, Fred Yost, Clifford Reed. J. E. Wilson. Asa Hatch, Horace Jenkins. Morris Creer, R. H. Robinson, Jasper Perkins. W. A. Childs. Not Pictured: George Welch, Jack Whitworth. Board ol: Education This is a progressive world. The age is calling for strong characters to help bear the burdens and carry on the Flag of Education: who can accomplish things. and add another score to the record of triumph. C h e a t e r s never prosper, therefore, one should resolve to shoulder his share of the problems without shrinking if he wishes to attain the highest peak of success. I t1g1eF1't'i-I isngmy --- i XXX Education - a Stepping Stone to Success i THE WORTH OF A FRIEND Life is just a narrow road, Down which we must toil, And yet we are fain to shift the load Be We a statesman or one who tills the soil. No man today is perfect, No woman so divine. That they can lock their sorrowstin their Heart, and ever upwardclimb. So if you have a sorrow. Don't lock it in your breast, Just tell it to your truest friend. And give your heart a rest. -D. 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Utah U.S.A.C., Logan, Utah Hobby: "Now where are you going WINONA BUXTON, B.S. Instructor of I-Iome Economics English U.S,A.C.. Logan, Utah U. of I., Moscow, Idaho Hobby: "Cooking" I,. A. IVIONTAGLYET Instructor of Nlusic and Shop. U.S.f't.C. Ioginn. Utah N.XX'.U., Iivanston. Illinois Hiibbt: ' Iltmfz fmt? I7s'xf71n,:" ,H and DENNIS BIGGERS, B.S.,M.S. Instructor of Chemistry, Mathematics Oklahoma State Teachers College U. of U., Salt Lake City, Utah U. of I., Moscow, Idaho Hobby: "Eating Peanuts" DFLTON BRAMWELL, B.S. Athletics, Commercial and Mathematics Instructor Weber College, Ogden, Utah U. of U., Salt Lake City, Utah Hobby: "Sports" L. DE VERE CRAWFORD, ns. Agriculture and Physical Education I5.Y.U., Provo, Utah U.S.A.C., Logan. Utah U. of I.. Moscow, Idaho Hobby: "Sports" 4,121 Ipftcxi' 55.1011 Faculty 11 N .Maw , A is V ERLENE NIOODY MARTHA JENKINS WILDER HATCH Junior High Second and Third Grades Fgurrh and Fifth Grades A1bi011 N01'm3l' Idaho A1bi01'1 NOIIIISI Albion Normal. Life Diploma Junior High Life D1p10m2 General Life and Primary H A U Intermediate Life Diploma D Hfibbyf Reading fhe NPWSPUPFV Hobby: "Dieting" I P a g e N i n e Hobby: "Eat1ng" MERRILL EVANS Junior High Albion Normal University of Idaho Hobby: "Fishing and Hunting" I ALBA BURTON First Grade University of Idaho Albion Normal Hobby: "SIeepina" 417 4l, I X Y N lied R P E7 Ze ' I Last Will and Testament ol: The Senior Class E, THE SENIOR CLASS, have enjoyed the four years of our lives spent within the walls of this glorious institution. In the keeping of you who succeed us, We leave all past standards and aims of North Gem High. We expect you to live up to them, to help others uphold them, and add to them. Although we leave our school with happy hearts for progression, in vain we regret that only in our memories can we live our school days over again. Our wish for you is to carry on, and to do that which we could not accomp- lish. Our classmates express their Wishes and desires thus: I, Wayne Hatch, leave my cheery smiles to Henry Meiners. I, Cleo Peterson, leave my red hair to Elzada Welch. I, Dee Montague, leave the Champagne Waltz to Marie Stevens. I. Elda Newland, leave my shyness to Marjorie Clark. I. Joe Williams, leave all of my girls to Chris Phelps. I, Merna Call, leave to support Don Johnson. I, Argil Davids, leave the Muskatell to Tony Madsen. I, Mary Anderson, leave' Henry Meiners to Roene Parker. I, Raymond Moore, leave my good friendship to La Faye Hansen. I, Annie Gilbert, leave never to return again. I, Horace Moser, leave Sarah Jones because Dad made'me. I. Lois Grimm, leave my great ambition to Minerva Anderson. I. Rao Parker, leave my musical talent to June Riggs. I, Dorothy Christensen, leave my wad of gum to Loretta Jeppeson. I, Eddie Reed, leave my monkey business to Grant Jacobsen. I, Elton Call. leave my athletic ability to Ted Wilson. I, Bob Alley, your president neat, leave this office to someone sweet. I Page Ten I f Q-:A "fir 'VIA Q2 'S f Senior Class ' D15 RAO PARKER HORACE MOSER DOROTHY CHRISTENSEN ELTON CALL 1 l Rao Parker Lois Grimm CLASS OFFICERS President , 7 , . ,Y ,, Rao Parker Vice-President at C C C .erre C rer. ....Horace Moser Secretary and Treasurer , ,Dorothy Christensen Representative S .C ,ttt C Elton Call Valedictorian 7 Rao Parker Salutatorian S C 7 Lois Grimm "Work-and the world will be with you" age Elvucn I lla' nv 3' l: l We Seniors RAO PARKER "I like a whole brook." Band 4: Basketball 4: Senior Class Play: Senior Class President. HORACE MosER "Another trip to Jones'." Class President 3: Year Book 4: Band 4: Class Officer l, 2, 4: Football 2, 4: Faculty Play 2: Class Play 1, 2, 4: DOROTHY Cl-IRISTENSEN "Give her a stick of gum and she's satisfied." G.A.A. 1: G.F.A. 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Athletics 4: Prom Committee 3: Pep Club Play 33 Year Book Staff 4: Re- porter 3, 4. ELTON CALL "IiIe's like a powder puff, always with the girls." Basketball 1, 2: Football l, 2, 4: Class Play 4: Student Representative l, 2, 4: Sophomore Hop Committee Z: Operetta 4: Year Book 4: Football l, 2, 4. BOB ALLEY "There may be great men before me, but I doubt it." Football l, 2, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Body President 4: Band 4: Sen- ior Play 4. l-OlS GRIMM "Oh my stars." Staff Editor 4: Home Ec. 4: Glee Club 3: G.F.A. 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Class Play 4. CLEO PETERSON "Hellol" School Play 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Home Ea. 4: 'G.F.A. 3. WAYNE HATCH "Smile and the world smiles with you." Football l, 2, 4: Basketball 4: Senior Play 4: Ag. Club 4. fPage Tweluel Seniors ELDA NEWLAND "I can't for the life of me remember who wrote Pepy's diary." Home Ec. 4: G.F.A. 3: Cilee Club 3: Pep Club 3. ARGIL DAVIDS - "Sing'er pretty boys." Basketball 1, 2: Football l, 2: Student Body Officer 3, 4: Class Play 4. EDDIE REED "The muddier it is the better he likes it " Class President 3: Dances 2, 3: Paper Staff 3: Class Officer 2: Football l. 2, 4, ANNIE GILBERT "After all is said and done I suppose I'll go to school," G.F.A. 3: Ci.A.A. 1: Class Plays 2, 4: Athletics 4: Home Ec. 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Glee Club 3. MERNA CALL "What's wrong with Don? He's al- right, Who says so? Merna." Senior Class Play 4: Athletics 4: Cheer Leader 3: Pep Club 3: G,P.A. 3. Joe WILLIAMS ",He's not a ladies' man but he parti- crpatesf' Class Representative 33 Football 4: Pep Club Play 3. DEE MONTAGUE "I'm glad they took the census after I was born." Staff Editor 4: Operetta 4. RAYMOND, lVlOORE "Moore the heartbreakerf' Football l. 2. 4: Band 4: School Ban- quet Committee 3: S c h o ol Play 4: Operetta 4. MARX' ANDERSON "To know her, is to love her." Class Play, 4: C1.A.A. 1: G.F.A. 3: Glee 3, 4: Student Body Officer 4: Home Ec. 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Athletics 4: Pep Club Play 3. I Page Thirteen 1 .l-1.1. Y y 'fin CZ Wy ,J ffrlf X of ,ffl MH .- X J tn qu yf151yMM1Mit FAY KELLY HENRIETTA HOGAN ROENE PARKER DON JOHNSON JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ,,,,...,,, ,,,,,,-,A,-,,, F ay Kelly 1 ViC2-Pr2Sid0r1f f--f... ,,,,,,,, H enrietta Hogan Secretary and Treasurer ,,,, Roene Parker Representativet., ,,,,,,, Don Johnson Junior Class History HE JUNIORS. Class of 1936, are still traversing the long path that leads toward success and fame. We have worked gallantly from the time we entered the North Gem High School as green Freshmen, through our Sophomore year and now are mighty Juniors. During the time we have been in high school we have lost few of our classmates. As members of the North Gem High School we are proud to say that we have done our part to make our school larger and better for those who will succeed us. We only hope that we shall be able to go on through life as splendidly as we have done thus far in our high school career. Although at first we were looked upon as "Just some more green Freshies" we now find in our ranks some of the most prominent leaders of the Student Body. We have attained a school record that we can be proud of and which will help us onward to success. As a class, we are looking forward to our Junior Prom and hope to make it one of the greatest events in our school life. I I Page Fourteen ----- W W 1 vlh ,f 1 -ee 1 ' V s ws - Y- Ll L1a.L'7yb,,lQ, If M A' V pwufgylgcujzfv JUNIO Q F1 it Q: Helen Phelps, Roene Parker, Fay Kelly. Marjorie Clark. Chris Phelps, Odell C i e o x S o 'V ow: Elzada Welch, Tony Madison, Marie Stevens, Ted Wilson, La Faye Hansen, X ise all. - , 'Y rd 'lfspwz Grant Jacobson, Mary Muir. Don Joh son, Elaine Holbrook. Bill Johnson. He n ed.fN I H Mrtgowz Sarah Jones, Henry Mi c e- ger, Minerva Anderson, Henrietta OD Ng Sent: Loretta Jeppson, Phyllis Johns . - gs r Welch. NN K 5 I . if x , X l ge F f li fn ig lf!! Qi fl VV X W A V X 4-7 AW 9 E! X Sophomore Class GLORIA KELLY BILLY GRIMM MARGARET JONES JACK ALLEY SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President ,,,, ,, ,L,.,,v,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,..,,,,,, , , ,, ,,,.,..,,, , .,,,,,,. ,.,,, G lOria Kelly Vice-President .,,, ,,,,, B illy Grimm Secretary and Treasurer ,,,I,. Margaret Jones Class Representative . ,. Jack Alley S FRESHMEN of 1933, we entered the front doors of North Gem with a feeling that we were going on some great adventure, From our bewildered expressions we must have given the impression of being unconcerned and independent, for we were merely tolerated by the Sophomorcs and Seniors. The kindfhearted Juniors, however took pity on us because of our unsophisticated ways. Through their kindly encouragement they helped us to establish ourselves as members of the Student Body. Very different now are our feelings and attitudes toward school life. for we no longer feel ourselves outcasts and green-horns, but high and mighty, with a purpose ever set before us to make our school a better educational home for every- OI19, The Class of 1937 pride themselves as being the peppiest group of students at North Gem. The annual Sophomore Hop was given November l6. 1934. This was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed by all. Our class colors, red and white, greeted the happy couples as they entered the hall. Our desire is to establish ourselves as earnest, industrious students and citizens. Our aim--onward and upward. lPage Sixteen l We ff' we ,W g 'FY' SOPHOMORES ul f 4eiL Q Q- 'Ji First Row: Russel McLain. Venetta Johnson, Jack Alley, Donna Peterson, Cleone Ormond. Billy Grimm. Second Row: Ransom Hatch. Gertrude Childs, Virda McLain, Buenta Sessions, La Rayne Sibert, Heber Gilbert. Third Row: Newell Anderson, Ruth Kynaston. Mary Ormond, Eloise Sessions. Gloria Kelly, Byron Moore. Fourth Row: Margaret Jones, Lorna Jenkins, Jolene Ruger, Ronald Braley. Absent: VaLoie Jensen, Marelda Jensen. Martha R inson, Clifford Welch. EUFVIIEQTI ll if fi so A A5555 5 All Ai!" XXV' 2' 64 mill- . Ai-Y 5 Freshman Class l GLADE JENKINS CAROL VJILLIAMS RUTH REED THAD YOST FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS President ,V Y. Y, ,..s,., Glade Jenkins Vice-President .V,.. ,s,,,.., C arol Williams Secretary and Treasurer ,, ,,,,,,,, Ruth Reed Representative ,, ,,,, Thad Yost Freshman Class I-listory N THE FALL of 1934, thirty willing students. new to the pranks of high school, were enrolled in the Freshman class. At the time of our initiation by the Sophomores, we were said to be the laughing-stock of the High School. During the Soph-Frosh flag rush, We were out-witted by our traditional foes, and embarassed by losing to them in the annual tug of war. Our Freshman Frolic, given on Vv'ashington's Birthday in the Stake House, was appropriately decorated for the occasion. It was a great success and we were thrilled for Weeks. We, the Class of 1938. are endeavoring to become useful members of the North Gem Student Body. The motto ever before us is "Education First." I Page Eighteen ---- iw? f X X 4 qeail VIA Q if 96 FRESHMEN 5-SP First Row, left to right: Thad Yost, Lois Yost, Mary Creer, June Stevens. Dean Van Orden. Cal Holbrook. Second Row: Joe Call, Beth Wilson, LuDean Reddish, Ferril McClain, Ruth Reed, Joe Holbrook. Third Row: Glenn Sanders, Ethel Elseberry. Eva Lewis, Carol Williams, Glade Jenkins. Andy Sornson. Fourth Row: Plez Grimm, Verna Miles. Absent: Edith Barfass, Mryle Byington, Russel Nelson. Ada Dolbeer, Jobeth Johnson, George Simons. Joel Simons, Dale Welch, Sam Clark. age Nineteen l 4l , le' X S' X Campus Snaps vfiaf wa My an if fimn iyQzff'i!77 ,gs V 5 ivfkifircsf Har: Alva! jd-.vQQfWm.MMii?Qh ins WM! ww amlla '30 Can 72- Imaging? uw? 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Lib X ijff' ' he I ' X rf' I ,if L,,,xllf - CJ of L V If U I v fl 'ff ki v',,'Li!d fic. A111 ' D, G. .BRAIVLWELL ARGIL DAVIDS TED CRAWFORD . Coach, 1 Athletic Manager Assistant Coach 1 f he f ELTON CALL GRANT JACOBSON BOB ALLEY Football Co-Captain Basketball Co-Captain Football and Basketball Co-Captain OACH DELTON BRAMWELL, a former athlete of Weber College began coaching here in 1931. Since that time he has established teams that have received recognition--not only in this vicinity but in other places as well. The Student Body of the North Gem High School wish to compliment Coach Bramwell for the powerful teams he has developed, and for the fine athletic spirit he has created about our school. It can be said that Coach Bramwell's teams have always given a good account of themselves. fPage Twenty-Twol ,X V4 4415. vlA V24 6 3 Football MW L3 -5 I Front Row: Jack Alley, right halfback: Chris Phelps, quarterback: Grant Jacobson, left halfback: Elton Call, quarterback: Bob Alley, right halfback: Rao Parker, left guard: Eddie Reed, right tackle: Thad Yost, left end: Joe Williams, center. Back Row: L. D. Crawford, assistant coach: Ted Wilson, right tackle: Horace Moser, center: Dick McLain, right guard: Argil Davids, athletic manager: Wayne Hatch, fullback: Fay Kelly, right end: Don Johnson, left tackle: Ronald Braley, left end: Odell Christensen, left guard: Delton Bramwell, coach. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE September 29 . ,. Montpelier North Gem October 4 ,oot L ooo,, Paris North Gem October 1 l ,, o,,. Cokeville North Gem October 19 ,. to Arimo North Gem October 26 , L . ., Pocatello North Gem November 9 ,, L Downey North Gem age Twenty-Threel Ae' 533 W have my i l , Mg... WAYNE HATCH, Fullbach Another utility man of super qualities hailing from Hatch. He was a consistent line plunger and could be depended on in a pinch. GRANT JACOBSON, Halfback A small fighting man of speed and ability won for Grant the place of halfback. Grant will be with us one more year, we wish him much success. FAY KELLY, End A man with all the qualities necessary for a successful foot- ball player. THAD YOST, End Although he is only a Freshman Thad held down the position of regular end. He is a fighter and shows lots of grit. ' EDDIE REED, Tackle Co ol and collectedness with plenty of fighting spirit gained for him the position as a main cog in the Wolf machine. DON JOHNSON, Tackle Don Johnson, a Junior played a bang-up game at tackle for the North Gem team. He was one of the outstanding men on the field. Page Twenty-Fourl I age Twenty-Fiuel 3 RAO PARKER, Guard Rao is a great interference run- ner and a hard tackler. He was a great asset to our team this year, and we are sorry that he has to leave us. DICK MCCLAIN, Guard 'fin VIA '42 V Dick is a very hard 'hitting and driving guard. He will be re- membered f 0 r h i s fighting spirit. HORACE MOSER, Center Although this is Horace's first year as a center he filled the job like a veteran. It may be said that he "Never gave up." RANSOM HATCH, Fullback Ransom played on the reserves this year but he has the qualities of a first class ball toter for the next two YEBYS. CHRIS Pl-IELPS, Quarterback Although Chris didn't see much action this year he will make a smart quarterback next year. 45' S' Ate' T Basketball Front Row: Elton Call, forward: Don Johnson, forward: Grant Jacobson, forward Thad Yost, forward: Rao Parker, forward. Back Row: Argil Davids, athletic manager: Wayne Hatch, center: Ted Wilson guard Ron Braley, center: Bob Alley, guard: Henry Meiners. guard: Fay Kelly, forward: Delton G Bramwell coach. December December December 28 December 29 January 2 January 4 January 5 January 18 January 19 January 26 February 1 February 8 February 9 February 12 8, 14 PRE-SEASON GAMES Inkom 10 1 Thomas 28 Preston 39 Pocatello 41 Inkom 32 , Pocatello 51 27 1 Inkom DIVISION GAMES . S Soda 30 Georgetown 37 ,S 1 , Soda 25 , , Grace 30 S 1 , Grace 32 Georgetown 26 Montpelier 31 North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem North Gem I'Puge 'I nru JK-cf' lPaL Twrn! 'even I X 1 'Q Yi 1 f fl GRANT JACOBSON. Forward A fighter if there ever was one. Grant's s p i r i t h a s helped through many tough spots. FAY KELLY, Forward Fay's left hand and coolness make him a very valuable man on the team. He is a great scorer and will be better next year. WAYNE HATCH, Center Vvlayne is a very fast breaker and is worthy of a position on any team. BOB ALLEY. Guard Bob's,hard work and ability to score has brought the team out of manyitough spots. HENRY MIENERS, Center A very tall lad who fills the pivot position very well. He still has another year with us. Rao PARKER, Forward Rao is a very fast floor worker. The enemy is always trying to figure out where he will next be. Ae' EY Bb' W have Av X x al' ly r 5 11 N X it QF .1 l ' . l 'Q 4 fp 5' v XL! vp I tiff x 1' . 3 X X. l ,Lv ml -ll J lx '14 Q Q N Q l"5,g N M Tl-IAD YosT. Forward Although Thad is not a regular tnis year he shows that he will be a very useful player in future years. DON JOHNSON, Forward "Barney" is a fast and hard playing man who makes the other teams stand up and take notice. RONALD BRALEY, Center Ron plays a great game and will be very useful to thc coach the next two years. TED WILSON, Guard Ted is a wide awake guard and is slated to do some fine play- ing in the guard position next year. ELTON CALL, Forward Peg was declared ineligible at the end of thc first semester. His ball rustling and scoring abil- ity was n great loss to the team, li Page Tiuvnty-Ifighrl AC' WIS- ,RS If 4 ' ' ni' 'i 'Vi H6 'A W rw' A+ f '+P f M: , w + 3 , ' y H , I li iw my i Y b H uf + mi ' wfH Q .' W .H l vy 'HH ii L: IN Ihlffuvzg "M 1 YM 4 g I' Aj, f -A we ! 1 IiN un? ! M Hi! I -+ , IL ' ull: ,'!:E!Mfw I L 'V X wluiwl, fx 41' " U' M?'+ MV 'Wi TW UU" n", "4 gf ul pw W 1 JI wg xl Q W4 1 W N! N :WIN I 5 WL! : I r 1 j f fir! VII :H ww l 1' 4 ' t ull' V, 'V' , , l jf 1 My MW, ml v QI: 1 , up 1 f J IN -W fl H if HHH my -V w 5- F y ,ff ,+llf , l I M fr H ll r in wx' ' ' l 'I I mllvh ,hm QJ al M I M i I 1V ,AVI 'M I' W 511: 6,35 WN TNQ fi uf' 11 WU ,M ' QW f 4 ,J X Nfffiw A fn '!4 f+' + " P' nf W um A , fl HJ fy ff? 5 fl UM' fwfu .f IMP! 'MW jg! g 4 'TQ 5 lv + Yu J, f W 5 l' ,Q I W1 4 NW ?w1fM:1EIm"1,i Mvmlf If' MMIII, !'r"'iF:"?idf?Q-I'!i,,l,-flwffwfa, rf. 1p:'vZ,i'.b,'-rg' 1 - 1, 4 ? ',., - ' f g 1 , '12 p,M L Q Q ' ! ksfws i1"fQ'i'-5122: "1vvxxw ?L 1 l r ? L?':Fl g Af v..-'i,Tv""' -isa' xigeh' -'A X 'f -N - -- H , 5 2 ' v If f N w Mft? N 'L f,f x ,IK Ae' N Av 09,9 Z Zi" l .l Y Student Council Left to right: Bob Alley. Student Body President: Tony Madison, Vice-President: Mary Anderson, Treasurer: Henrietta Hogan, Secretary: Elton Call, Senior Representative: Argil Davids, Business Manager. Don Johnson, Junior Representative: Jack Alley, Sophomore Representative: Thad Yost. Freshman Representative: Marjorie Clark, Pep Leader: Jolene Ruger, Pep Leader. 1 "The most popular boy and girl of North Gem" 2 MARY ANDERSON PAY KELLY "Popularity Denotes Friends" age Thir iilliiv-1 f 3 Y I 1 Ihzr Chemistry Class-Instructor, D. D. Biggcrs Shop Class-I,. A. 'Montague Kclly School Bus Ill-fJf'ICI A Y! V Ae' E? ,x ' 1g, , ?r .wsgllff ,xg X High School Band Left to Right: Arthur Ruger. Margaret Jones, La Faye Hansen, L. A. Montague, Louise Call, Eloise Sessions, Barlow Call, Ronald Braley. Jack Alley, June Stevens, Rao Parker, Jolene Ruger, Horace Moser, Plez Grimm, Dorothy Christensen, Eva Lewis, Glade Jenkins, Mary Ormand. Billy Grimm, Raymond Moore, Ruth Kynaston, Phyllis Johnson, Call, Glenn Sanders, Lorna Jenkins. Bob Alley. Dee Montague, Joe "Ali Change For Paradiseli' Farce Comedy in Three Acts Directed by Miss WINOISIA BUXTON Stage Manager, BOB ALLEY CHARACTERS Mrs. Dudley Price ,, , ,, , Dudley Price ,,,, Helen Phelps ,, Horace Moser Hazel Price ,r , , W Gloria Kelly Evelyn Tremaine , , , , Stanley Ford, Stevens Hia Loa Donald Marian Freddie Scarsdale , ,, Arthur Price , ,, Katie, Mike McGlynn , ,, Elzada Welch ,,,,Wayne Hatch ,,,Jack Alley , . Jolene Ruger Rao Parker ,,Thad Yost , Cleo Peterson Raymond Moore IPaqe Thirty-Tw Z Girls' Pep Club 9 l any Left to Right: Sarah Jones, Ferrel McClain, June Stevens, La Faye Hansen, Henrietta Hogan, Lorna Jenkins, Carol Vkfilliams. Elaine Holbrook, Minerva Anderson, Loretta Jeppeson, Jobeth Johnson, Helen Reed, Helen Phelps, Ruth Kynaston. Annie Gilbert, Roene Parker, Marcelle Ruger, Elzada Welch, Mary Anderson. Gertrude Childs, Mary Ormand, Glade Jenkins. Lois Grimm. Eloise Sessions. Virda McClain, Jolene Ruger, Marjorie Clark. Donna Peterson, Dean Van Orden, Martha Robinson. Cleo Petersen. Boys' Agricultural Club left to Right: Byron Moore, Clifford XVelcl1. Mvrle Payington, XX'aync Hatch. Mr. Crawford, Argiil Davids. .loe Holbrook. Newell Anderson. Dale Vdclch, .loel Simois. Henry Mieners. Chris Phelps. George Simons. Cal Holbrook. lntlw l'lr1:1t1-'I'hrt-tl TT Y ...-......-.. will 5? X Girls' Glee Club l Left to Right: Buenta Sessions. Ruth Reed, Adah Dollueer. Vern Jeppeson. Marcelle Ruger Jobeth Johnson. Edith Barfuss. Gloria Kelly, Martha Rohinson, Elzada Vwlelch. 'Carol Williams Roene Parker, Louise Call,,l.a lfaye Hansen. Henrietta Hogan, Mary Anderson. Minctfva Anderson lierrol Mc Lain, Phyllis Johnson, lllaine Holbrook, Dean Van Orden. Glade Jenkins, Jolene Ruger d.p,,,Jj Sarah Jones. l.. A. Montague, Marjorie Clark, l.ois Yost, Loretta Jeppeson. Ccrtrudsgril s 1 75 9 Girls' l-lome Economic Classg Q K xx W Q 45 Hgh 4 F E5 g rg-,. Q., rift-X : ai Q F KF' " 4 , .fi . X ' rf, ,Q- ig gym -x6la.,,.. l L r 1 1 , 3 A i iiii ax .. - rf - r- ' ' w I,-if gr, IRWIN' -M3117 ,lmws Mint-r'va Anrluiwn, lltwirittla llolian. l muse C all, K'l.1ift'llt' lxll5lk'I ll.'.ufl,x 'Wt-lull. Xiitla Mrfilain Miss llwuxlon lilamt' llolluroolt, Nl.xrv Amlvrson, linens llarlwr, rltrwrc iiillnert. Cllcu l't-lt'r'wn l,oxt'Ita ,lvppvwn llelvn llvvtl. llvlvn Phelps luis Cirimm, Mar' writ' f.,l.l7k lljuilt' ilihlffll 17.1411 l ----- wa. ampus Sna V Vg PS ff' 'L hi . '1' , , 1' . Aly f X 1-P ZZ", I A Part of Correct Education is to learn that IT ALWAYS PAYS TO TRADE AT i I , 2 -,KX .1144 p 22,18 I 7 , Where Quality Does Tell in Everything We Sell CONGRATULATIONS . B. 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