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mvefposisaanwrner . Dr. Dennis Brisson, a dentist, also iitg lau temperatures at above 140
Thea gI'0WH1g fear Of AIDS haS Spread treats some AIDS patients. But he t ' degrees, the Ballpark launched an educa- I
2Y0Hfl the l10Ul9SeXl1al C0mm11I1ify, ere- that most of those in his profession would tion campaign among customers.
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"Now I'm detecting more paranoia dons protective gloves and a face mask, brochure in- it. We hit people over the
mul AHPS 1914518 l10I1'S3YS than 21110118 in addition to eye protection he uses with head" with methods to protect them-
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Feal' Of the diSe8Se F138 Spread even "is a very prevale t topic" in the profes- e in business three years ago, he said,
W0 the medical C0mm1111lly, S2-id Dr- i sion. y I tbusiness now has returned to about5
Obefl JHHOWSKL Wh0Se family pfeeliee .In the gay community, businesses al- ' 10 percent below the level of pre-AIDS
icludes some AIDS patients. , S ready have changed their ways. ys. V
501119 5111360115 at Mere? Medical Cell- "We went through the same hysteria, gfhe death of Rock Hudson appears to
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HHOWSKI Said, adding that "S11I'ge0I1S are lar for casual sexual encounters. -Eg S detectin
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THE VIKI G
North High School
Book of Youth
VOLUME 3 2
Youth is not an age: it is an attitude
toward life. Youth lives today fully,
and looks ahead to tomorrow, expectant
-free from fear, full of strength and
Youth, Spring, Love-poets' themes,
because they all express life, gloriously
lived. All three can be described as
vigorous, uplifting, gay. All are things
eternally admired and sought for.
Youth, buoyantly new and colorful.
is typified by.Spring in her newness of
life unfolding in a gorgeous panorama
of color. Love fills the heart of youth
with joy and ambition.
So we use "Youth" as the theme for
the 1936 Viking, in which We picture
the gayest and most progressive period
of our youth-high' school life as we
live it today. May it be a treasure chest
of memories for distant tomorrows.
friendship. You are a friend to Youth be-
Mr. Borst, you are our principal, and
We respect you as a careful guide and know-
ing leader. But ydu are also our friend and
to you, as such, We dedicate the 1936 Viking.
Its theme is "Youth."
You, by your appreciation of fun,
humor, gaiety-all that youth loves-have
established yourself as a comrade to those
joys. Through kindly advice and broad-
minded consideration for deficiencies and
failures, by encouragement toward goals,
and praise in success, you have expressed true
cause you understand.
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To THE MEMBERS or NoR'rH's FACULTY!
According to Webster, to teach is to direct, or to show, or to guide. Then teaching
is surely the "noblest profession."- 'To direct young minds into worthy channels, to
show ,the marvels of the world to wondering students, to guide untrained thought
toward new paths is an occupation to be respected. '
But now we can appreciate friendship based on intellectual companionship, sense
of humor, and constructive comment more than the practical value of actual factual
material. i -
To you, teachers at North, because you have treated us as friendsas well as students
in thisihappy time of youth, we pay our tribute. " V
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IFERN D. lNI11'cHELL
Dean of Girls
University of Denver
ANDREXN' J. l4ARTL
Unu ersny of Dem er
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Universitf of Denver
Unireraily ol' Denver
hlawson Editorial School
Mix'r'rlE VIE LENDRUM
H may B. Stunt
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London
ELLA S. Scmauctc
Phyriml Edurnlior: Q
South Dakota Teachers College
M .una I-IATHAWAY
Colorado State College of Education
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University of Colorriclo
University of Denver
University of Denver
University of Colorado
University of Denver
Massacliiiscils Institute of Technology
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University of Denver
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Rose Polytechnic Institute '-i"fL,'
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Kansas University 1:5 I '
University of Denver
Greeley State Q
University of Iowa fx,
University of Colorado
University of Colorado
University of Colorado
University of Nebraska
University of Southern California
University of Denver
Greeley State College
A " MARIE HOLLISTER
' Nebraska University
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A' W- Frznch
lf - X Boston Normal, College
University of Denver
LA DORA WHITE
Dallas College of Music
Cincinnati and Indianapolis Conservatory
University of Nlinnesota
E1,s1E MAE WEBB
University of Denver
Parks Commercial School
Central hflissouri Stale Teachers College
University ol' Denver
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Colora do College
Stale Agricull urzn College
Colorado Agricultural College
Illinois Stare Norm
Iowa Stare Normal
University of Colorado
University of Colorado
H ELEN LYTLE
University of Denver
University of Ulal'
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Q -7- University ol Denver
University of Berlin
Greelvy Stale College
University of Denver
New York University
Greeley Stare College
Orc-non Suite College
University al' Colorado
University Ol Denver
Greeley Slate College
Univerbity of Iowa
Universiry of Denver
University of Dcnvcr
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University of Denver
University of Illinois
New York Stale Lilwrary Scliool
University of Nebraska
JUSTIN WV. BRIERLY
University of Denver
Greeley State College
University of Southern California
University of Denver
Enwm W. SMITH
School of Commerce
MAY DUN KIN
Greeley State College
-Siujfs m o r e
than one kind
the bane of ex-
-A fhoife mor-
.rel from Il Pub-
Birdie? m A
. .fee verdict?
am Class of I 9 3 6
li-5' OW is the time for things to be done" Qvirgilj
f Let's do them. The fields for vocations
are endless in number. The traditional doctor,
lawyer, merchant, and chief has expanded into countless
,ge phases of each, while advances along the lines of electricity,
machinery, and education throw doors open to unheard
The types of avocations are of even greater scope, in-
V' cluding sports, knitting, reading, and all types of collecting
from stamps to interesting friends.
With a background of twelve years of public school
education, we, as seniors, prepare to step forth into the
future. Before commencement and the parting of the
ways, we as a group, stop on the threshold between the past
and the future to review the triumphs and failures of the
past so that the glories of the future may be greater.
For the understanding guidance and helpful instruc-
tion that we have received while we have been at North,
we are deeply grateful. May' our lives in the future reflect
well this kindly teaching.
Undergraduates, be alert to the countless opportuni-
ties which North offers: squeeze the full value from every
experience. North, and everything for which it stands,
is a friend to Vikings.
HERBERT PRoU'rY ....... ,,.. .......... ,...,...... . , ............ .,.,.,.... I 9 1 't".5'l1lf'IIf
Personality pIu.r,' nuf said,
Heir a leader, not to be lad.
President "D" Club
LIADGE TODD .,.......,..........,........,.,,.......,.. .....,.., P "ire President
Beautiful and far from dumb,
Efveryfwllere :lm make: thing: hum.
Spartans of Sports
ll'IARY KNUJPLE .....,......,..........,...,t..,... ...,, ..... S e rrelary
Sweet, jine, by all admirerlg
Smart-could more he desired?
BILL OSBORNE ......................,,...........,.. ....,,.. 7 'reasurer
Ha: per.ror1a1ity,' derided lwill,
Everyone likes our Bill.
ADAIR, MORRIS R. '
.fl lndier' man who nlfvrzyx
.fl beltrr .fludznt yo1r'll not
Allhough too rhy la ,vhnuldrr
Yau'k:r:' nrwr .vsrn a friendlier
Vizfian .flllrn ir the zrxrnre uf
Kernfsl of Viking! 1l7ld!f thc
Hrr rlanriug fret won her a
For .rhz'.r already lo-und hrr
Thea' he ir big and romnuhal
Digi, will be famous ky and
llflarrlirfy an 'apple", ar you
.fls round and .vaury as can be.
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larl, -Y.: 1 'Q gi
find nh boy. lion' Ilml g'i,'ljJ'4'
Shglilcrx lo nfl, to play. tu
Surrcn will mrft hrr on the
Thi: curly-hmded, lrzrklzd
Look: at th! girl: and my:
Bill ir rx boy with golflrn hair,
Who win: his way with ladie:
How rut: rh: is! What Jtyl:
5hz'.r got! .
No wonder boy: Izkz her a lot.
Croongr, sportrman, all around
Evzfyanfs . friend to :wry-
Cl '. '
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"fr 3 She .rfniler mul tlimplrf, hc'-1tl!1l
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Uli, rhr'.r thr bfllr of any ball.
Copprr trrrrrr, lnugliing fyex,
jolly pal. and wry ruin.
Hz .ringx and danny lik:
But hrpraking Spanirh ix hir
Although Roy ir a curly
Of all th: girl: hr'.v not ,ro
Tlle..rhaa'f: of Virgil walk with
A rrfndrxt boy who w'ork.r with
Oh mnidcn with the lowl
Ynu'rz gnztlr, grnfiaur, xwrrt
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Slvndrr, dainty, rrzlfguld hair,
J :milf that males: the world
We like to hear her .ring and
We liler hir .vwrrt and !'htlf7I1r
Dainty. fair-haired, blue eyed
In laalzr. ,thc always will .mr-
Hir courtexy and cheerful grin
Htzqr wan a hart of lrizndr lor
Prtite, rad-hairfd ir llfallza
You'll :eldo-m find one any
Shc': dark, and nnart, and
A girl who .rmilex th: whole
Girls' Rifle Team
.l friendly, llrowu-ryrd boy is
Ind do the lnrlirr for him fall!
B snwoon, Jess
If jess m-n 'dn1m" hir may
Ilz'Il trrrvrl far svilh liltlx
Elwm'.r rutr. har Inf: of prp.
The hind uf girl our mn?
Cr11r1'a'J tall, rlnrlr: thu thy.
She may ln' llllllllllf by mul by.
xl quiflhgiftnl boy is hs! .
Who t'f'1ll n grrat mrloonut
Small and fairy, Iiwly too:
Ht'x n hnxtlrr thru rind thru.
BELGZIN, CHARLEs h 5
A quirt. murtroui gzntlcman,
Who alrvay-J :lou th: but he
B.-'ruin' ix nlwnyx ngablt,
Shi' findx lifs rather laughable.
Rnrcbud mouth. curly hairi'
.4 rhnrmmg girl who': nlwnyx
Hr'x happy, frirrnlly. xmiliug,
Ilawr: I . I .
In hrlion wntmg lull :vm
Bock, PAUL '
In build. Paul if both tall mul
lIi.r flllflllil' rt rapier :wift and
Pretty, Jmzlmg, wnly. humor-
National Honor .
Barbara lmx attmctinns nu-
Lnrillz, 'Hr plain to rn, is
.4-ml life for har holds little
Shf paris hfr Iipx, then' ,vurgrr
Swrft 1ll1l.Klt' fqunl to har
Spartans of Sporii
jerfy ix the but of friends:
Ilix :nur ol honor never
Crarflul drmcrr, athlftr too.
Brilliant mimi, mul frlrvul trier
S. O. S.
Rohn! alwayr haf a pun:
Ile ran nrt, if lull of Inu.
Srienlilic 6 1
Still fzfalrr. it ii mid, rum
llrrrfr Il frifnzl flu"1l lik: In
The boyr should all know
Shi: pn-tty, rutz, any man's
fum' is haunt, hflplul. nurfl.
The type ol girl we like to
m fr! .
Girls' 1En-Y '
Hsrr': a boy who ix going to
ludmlrioux, lilzalzle Da nald
,-I Romro of rlriffr lim.
Who gi-is the ladle: :very
Exralr in dance: her looks are
J finer girl if .rflrlom rern.
Buyr .vrr her and away goithzir
.Ma-nly, honfxrl, srriouf, Jmrzrt.
Always willing lo do his pafl.
Un tlu' tmm, lie'.v North
His fourage failr at n lazlylv
A boy of Inn, and plmxing
Hi: mtnlto ir "Paliti'ne.vs
Tho barhful, hz'J the but of
For he ir nrwr out of xortr.
Behold, zz irlxrrmmn of skills!
Ha landx a trout whenever he
Tall and quid, rlizfrr tho:
Roy ran put on a Ilig Jllow.
BURKHARDT, EDWVARD A
HF: Jmnll, but gay: he'll find
a elm". . ..
To :vm hu plare zu life .rome
.lltllo in :ports .vhs lends tht
In hxv1on,r, too. .vhs don her
G. A. S.
.flmelia',r h e a l t h y, friendly,
llyillinvg to hflp in any sony.
fl halzdronze lad. but betta
The kmd an whom to place
.-I hit nf laughin. zz lat of frm,
lllrllfvr her top: with ewryont.
Bob .rpmles mmf good of
Hc'5 hnnrliomz, brilliant, full
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Curly hair. and syn ol blue:
Of his typz, thzrz an' but frw.
Dark-hairrd lass fzvlwn' plmr-
ing Jmilt. I
Captivatrx you all the rvhslr.
.fl lilenhlr. lovable, litllz dmr.
lI'hu'll win ,vucrrn in hfr nrt
Thi: radft .ro ambitious and
Willuhr rzmrmbzrxd by all hr
R. O. T. C.
Dainty, sweet, Irintdly, nfal:
A wry thnrming girl to meet.
Tho Bob i.r wry Jfldom hzrv.
Hz likrr lu tulle, ix full of
This Caxh ix worth much mor:
Hrr lrimd: all think rh:'.i a
Srzrrfxsffil. h ll p IJ y. helpful.
A girl from whom we hate to
lllay wedding bell: that .roon
Bring llfr the but of :wry-
HX: not roxy, tha a cherry,
But hu ryf: are alwnyf rnfrry.
Frirmlly, honrxl, good, and
fl brtttr friend you rannoxt
Small but mighty ir our foe,
Jlrrt and always on Yhr ga.
Ggarrlul, rfd-liairzrl. acrubalir.
His. guitar nmkvs girlx ruin-
Friendly, happy. rhrerful, Bill.
ll? all likr llllll-"dlfl'llj'J will.
fl quirt flmp ul lnigll llllflllf
Tufmrzl 1ll1lJl1' are ln: talrnh
R.O. T. C.
flair of blarlf. vyf: ol llrnwn.
Fnrr that nfwr fumrx ri frufvn.
Thi: mruvxf, rnnrlrrmf rmlfl
May br a xrrnnil l','r.ilu11g yrt.
Thu lir lm.r not umrli to my.
Hr will rrarli grrat hriulitr-
Will! hi: 1lhj'.fl!1ll:', lllix l'ik',f
'ln fly will nlffly wuz ,lruit-ion,
To be with Bf'tty'.v always
Hn wif: ax briglit as tlig
Kindhnf witty, Qiiul of gay,
I'hyllx.r lmx n frwrniing fcffzy.
.fllwziyy xmiliug. ,lull ol fun,
Sylvia plnyx lmm mn to Jim.
Thix h ri n d ,r n nz r, rhrrring
IJ n man iuxt to our liking.
North Star J
Hix. prrmimlity, prp and
ll'ill li-ml him on lu Iliingx
Hf'x hanrlmmf and hi: :yn
.l prrfrr! gfflflflllllll llrru mid
Shr'.r rzltf' and prrlly. rlfwrr
Slnr'll lrnd a lzrlping ham! In
:Yo :hy lllllf winlrl in lnffsl
Bm rl lovalrlr, liwly, frirmllj'
Cov1Lx.o, MARY W
Illary if grnrrful ny rl xczfrzn.
Popular. lowly nf flu' flamu.
Thr day Ilmt Clm jallx tn
llvlll ln' fl Jlmngr. dull nm'
,l14lw'.w n kifldqr. yu. you fmt.
But llftlrr jnrnrl v1'f"':-r nf-vrr
iv 51 'lN .,
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fllyrun ix tlxr hnppy mrf, I
Om' fvllun' inlrrml llcx zu
Tull mul Mark, Un' lIlHl!fI07llt
In nrt, laix fnrffm
xc lla will
CORNEY, ANNA hm.I.n
.lrmrl Rvllf bus'
Sh!-'ir xswrl mul hvlpful all the
Tho "r1rgln"' lx llix mfzlcl-lf
llr'y n grrnl guy yur! liar
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.ll lrfx ,rtmlifi lu".r
Tu him. hzlrd prob
Senior Lil .
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DANITSCH ack, Mufrow
.Vol n grniux. lm! wrgs' firmly.
ll"l1rn mllvzl nn, hr is alrvnyr
Clrwr writer, his tht' 911:
Who'.I alrvay: rmdy with ri
Snfh fyffr rm' wry mn' imlrnl:
Hn :milf our cannot lzrlp but
Puppy, witty, rvrr Nady:
Frimidly, h e l p I u I. always
Swift bnuifttr, -with prrtty
Iytfi A U
.fl quiet girl and wry wuz.
duburrx hair, and happy smilf.
Always drrrsrs fight in Jtylr.
lfitrility, loyalty, chamrtrr,
An' qfmlitifr lu' will lcaip by
Cond mztursd ffllo-:ug quirt
.4lfc1ay.r helpful, alrvayr true.
Hz"J 11 f:'n',rtlrr,-tllilxlc of
With hir Latin, and on tht
Hix pot't'r soul and gift of
Will carry Chrirtophcr along.
Happy, rourtroux, Jtudianx,
Bath fharartrr and look.: to
Pretty, quiet, rwrzt, sfdatr,
.-Ind with the fellow: dot: :he
A lizfzly girl who gft: around,-
Lifr will nevrr had her
Prim and quirt. rimd true
Knusur liar xturliz, pretty tan.
A Cappella Choir
.fllcmyr fhU1lg11fflll, alfvayg
Tru! frinlrl frills a splrnclid
Gtorgr Jtands out abow thc
Bfra1m' he alvvayr :lon hu
High in aim: will Willard
On: who'r alwayx lair and
A quiet girl and wry kiml:
Happy days wr hope :lre'll
"Hr'.v hafulromrf' all the girl:
fxclai nz ,'
Sami' :lay lxe'll be a man ol
Peppy, prlite, ,r m a r t, and
"llI1cky" if qui!! hard tn
Girls' Rifle Club
No one has fun urn joe
He nmlex -no matlrr zf he'x
flu artist Bob ir. but Jn shy,
Iuffriority complex? Fic, all
EL1.xo'1'r, OVVEN N A
fl prrtty girl and new .v-Zuni:
One' will: many fllarmx fuplfte.
.'l.n nrator, wlxo Iikf: a pun:
Szd'.f always m on all th: fun.
Ecru thru trig and rhrmirtry,
He IllB1iIlfll'l1l!d rervnity.
R. O. T. C.
4, , ,,- ,,,.
Vrry ambilionx. frirmlly In
fl: a Jtudfnt, hard in ln-al.
lllurt polite' and pair.-fl ir Ed:
.Al lmskrtlmll plnyrr sz-'lm 11.fr.v
E'I'CHEl.I.S, VVn.1,m M
HH: rr .rinr fr-llaw, wx nll
xl plmmnt rla.rxnmh'. as vnu
Ilarulxnml' blond with wavy
Popular mar! anyfl-'ln-n'.
.fllwayx trim' to do llir bert:
ll"r'rf .ruff 'twill lrmxg hun
.fl very Em' lmy ix tllix rpurl:
Thru an'1z'i many nf hu Jort.
J quiet. timid, little maid:
Tn r'i'rr1vo nf
.rlrc ix an aid.
r r 1' n 111 of the
.-llsfmyr ,rr'lf-pnxrexxed and rool.
.'I mll buy with bro-:vu :yen
ll"r all lc rum'
hrlr -:wry rl-ire.
mrrtx flu' bring:
To all .fhr
fl .wry rnlf
girl ix Mix Vile-
lx ,vhs prrtly? Yrs, you bit!
. J ruth fra
golfrr is jark'r
fvixll him rvnrlil-
Cond loolrx, grml rlmrm. by
Fins 11Ii1Id-what man' foulrl
G, A. S.
ll"t'll pay n lot ,rnuxr fulun'
To llmr Ilnr virtuoso play,
Raylix run' mm' lm: liglil
Boyx like hun nn' wry mfr.
Shz hay a .vmilz thnI'.r :wry
Jud fL'lllIv fhr lmyx shi' hm Il
Caroline- is th.: kind of gal
Who will br a faithful pal.
Senior Lit. .
Beautiful, c I e rl r r, popular,
No wonder .rlIc'.v Ihr !U'1Il1V'J
G. A. S.
Whfn n Irlla nrrdr a fritnd,
Virginia lm: a hand to lnld.
Lurn'!ia'J .rwnt and folly
She'1I br kiml in tlzingr .rhe'll
Hi.: grnial wayx plrarr ur all:
Ilr'.I alwayr rrarly af a fall.
Bright blur eyer. lrfulrr zfairc:
J: fl girl 5h."J wry tlmirr.
Clrvur, rllfrrlul, inlflligrnt,
All-around-lrllcwfr hard to
Like lla! l!lllI01l.V ltfllgllll' of
Chivalroiu, loyal, brave, and
Ngnry if n grariou: lrxrx:
H'lfh her charm .ihr'll nlfvrzyx
Shf gan :flung har mrrry fray.
Winning lriqldx for :wry day.
fmt th: :wut and Inc-'able
Pretty, modal, and refined.
jolly, auburn-haired if lack:
In hix work his newr Jlfxck.
Dark-haired, ddfk-lyfd la Wly
Lrnare, the gifted al our class.
Spartans of Sports
Gaonce, IDA MAE
Prrtry, brosvrxjvygci, and gay,
.l charming girl in every way.
To in' in hnfinrrx ir her uzuxg
1 IV: hops .rlxf'Il typf' her any
L to fauna.
You rouIdn'I hm! a better
HK: handxomz, rourlrouf. nl'-
, V GANNQJAMES
ff rhterful 11.-ard for nl! his
A-lm! haw that grin ralrr with
lnlrlfigrnt maid, with lowly
Always happy and Irie from
Grgtrhnfr a lax: with a plrnr-
mg way, h
Her plramulntxr wtll alwny:
The Jrzfrftzrt nnilz zuz'w wer
The !c'l,I0!L'J all Jay, "She is
fl chubby bland with manh-
Avi n t h Ie I c he. who doth
'nnprazef t Q J
,fini h,- If our who hnngx gbmlht, girl: do Hwy
,N hamr .-I J. him 1
g National Honor Annual
I lvebster Latin
l Debate Squad
Imlurlriour, happy, nfcfrr lar- CSNAGY, RALPH
lnrn: U I' I, v '1 I
Wilh ri hun .rrrxxc of hunmr , Azznrili fifzj j1wi:EfZ,5a7fuQ1:,
Glrun- was horn. what'
G-ODDARD, MARGARET GOEFITZ' CQRL Q
Afargpntfx gnmmlly we ry Thtizdxd-hatred. Iportsfnanlalze
B1I'iuif?i.f1l! .mx xhe fx tl riot! High aim" in nmrkmmmhip
S . L. ha: Jet.
Nimcfr lt' Rille Team
C d Cl b
Rifle Club Ga et U
OFF, HARRISON Hif dispaxitiuh ii mn bad,-
Lank and Iran with glance .vo dnl? tm" f""'d WM MW'
One. must br good to catch , Webster
"U fvf- SMIIQILII.
GO0DMAN,EDlTH GWDUAN-JANE yi! l
In making lrifndx, xhe tops Intelligent pr on, Iovaihl A
the lift, 8 Hd""" , b . h't ,f ,
When Edith? gone, :hz will ff lu " ' ' 'I
be niisred. 'mug t t fm' "
Senior Lit. Bl Ck Ma e
Rifle Team l!Naf'0 Of xx
Spanish N ' Sparta Spo '- ..-
Go0DaoN,'DoRIs . Go DEN, ELEANOR V
D112 ,ind ht' plat' m D fkk prrlty, rlrwr is she,
Hrr Ulfffy heart makn living To huppmnxf :ht hm the kly'
ffm, Senior Lit.
Spartans ul Sports Maxwell
Flnxhing msilr. tfvirzhling rye.
Habppy nod for all wha pau
J brunette, tht quiet typtf
Say: her my when tim: ix
Poixr. and thrzrm, mul glnm-
Ilan' all Ihr laflf :lo f'lnnmur:'
Drmrz ix light, full nf fzmcr:
llzr .rmilf wrlrlhfzv mrth rl hrlppy
Friendly, always on tht go,
Ht'.v a boy you'd want tn
A quiet lad with hair a-rurl.
Ht'.r the Hwy of mth girl.
.4 vivaciour. xparkling girl
lr our prrtty litllz Pearl.
Loving wayr, :harming mxile
fl-laler hrr happy all the while.
lla' labor: hnrd in R. 0. T. C.:
.-I grurrnl hs hopts to bc.
ln A! fm ralhrr quiz!!
Srrv qfu hir Jlmdy flirt.
HALL, VVAYN E
.4 :wry -mmlrst bay ir hz,
.fllxo kind as you can uf.
Flying hngerx wlwrz :hr gnu.
Next Pazlerrrvxki? Who knows!
a-In alhlrtif lax: ir xllr,
Om' from whom Ihr boys do1z'f
Spartans ol Sports
Tlmygh in .rporty :hr dai: m'-
Eziiriithing .rlur mn do wall.
G. A. S.
Good thingx in tiny parkrts
Huw tml' this is of our
Brillianl .Il1ldt"M.f. tznni: xmr.
Clmrming girl who will go far.
G. A. S.
Cute, ,r1unrt, friendly air:
If tl1rr:',f fun, :hz ix thzrr.
Pplilf, hmId.rome, nwrr md,
Jl1ll,J thc jinnt to br hml.
Hair ol rfd, eyes ol blur,
Friendx liler hzr: rlle ix lruf.
It rc.'o1I't br long unlil Im
lx '3Uf'lllf1l in the
H all of
.lrnms trod the earth once
ll"lIz1I Clmrlrx brat
days of yort.
HEFTI, Es1'A LEU
Esta ir fl :wilt 1nrr1nnidp
Her rmdy wit will newer laric.
.fl frimdly lad ix hr.
.fllwayr happy af mn br.
Brilliant as a shining xtaf,
Hrr oratory will lake her lar.
J quill girl ir Loi: Hill,
Sh4"J Itll.f1l01U mul hnx a will.
Sh: always art: just as .vhs
A girl who alslfny: will be
All Girls' League
Hi: Huck Finn. the but yet
o H01ldI01IZE, manly, full of fun:
Proper lmlunre of work rl-nd
lllakex Frrn rfnmrt as well ax
He',r hmxdrome, lu".f a gsntlr-
Hi".r n lrimd to ZT!Bfy0l1t'.
The Capfai-n'.r wit ir 'very
But Ihr :iffy hr work: ir jnrt
Eyzr of brown. grin delightful,
Hir .mcrrrr 1: truly rightful.
Tall and quee-uly, slrndtr loo,
Light lrraemz hair, fyfs of blue.
He'.r tall and haurlyome too:
A gfntlrmruz thru mul thru.
Blur-eyed, dainty, mort petit:
.flud for fun .rhe ran't be brat
Thi: Star reporter ir a :turf
In jnurvmlirm hill gu lar.
Illany talent: here cambinfd,
fl finer boy you can not find
fl wry talkative young bland,
Ol whom hrr pal: an' wry
Along with plenty of ambition,
He har u runny zlispayitirm,
Quirle and Hrry. it is mid:
Thatfr biransr hir hair is rzrl.
Charming. skillful, witty,
lnlzlligrnt, and pretty.
G. A. S.
Stinxcz lr the Held he Jffkr,
.find lmmrdly on it lu' Jpmkx.
Bland, wavy. pretty hair,
With fmnoux autor: he will
Little, quiet, happy, girl
Ir th: one we know as Pearl.
Katz is chit and cute to sez.
What a .vrrrvtary .vhr'll bc!
Fred can :hoof au anlelogr.
Or lmnt Img.: thru a mrrro-
Smiling fare, and laughing
A -witty lan'-who hu.: a good
Spartans of Sports
.-I chemixt great would Rod-
ney be, .
.find delve into It: mystery
Small but mighty, little blond,
Ol athletic: Jhz is fond.
Span Ia ns of Sports
Pleura-nt attitude: tafzrara lilt.
Make him mn'l it fl'Il'll0Ilf
A faballevo, rlark and lah:
IJ thir gay ynung man uamrd
A .many ,wmilc fm' all adnrr.
lllakrr us like hrr -mar: and
Onr cn whom you mn dr-
fl hrlping hand h:'ll alec yr
I.z.fliz'll never dir of worry.
Could-n't get him in a flurry,
Like .r14nbz'am5 an a fvinlrr
Hn laughter rlnfvex all :mr
Smiling, dfmurr. rinrarf:
Blur ryff, bright alul flfar.
Jlway: Sumry hir gold D
.fl ,good mart. thin' ir uonf
Hi: miml ix likr a kuiltf
llr will have :urn-,r,r in life.
Pfppy frllow, full of znt,
.ilu-ay: ready to rlo his but.
1,urille': a peppy Iiltlz blond.
Girl of whom wr all are lond.
Spartans of Sports
Senior Lit. '
Eycy of blue, bright fed hair,
He does his work with lat: ol
Bobfv both quiet and xhy,
Rn! rrhrzf a prrsonality, Bly!
H55 a .T!ll:'J1ll!l1l'.4 numbfr
Hr ran .vrll anything umlrr
Quift until you know the bay:
Fflt'7l,!lSlIlP then bfromcf a
He'.v nr jolly ax an Erutff
r'llfz'ay.v frillivle to be fair.
Dauring ryr: and lmir nllnme,
Confirm lln' Erin in his uamr.
Radio! this lad nllurv,
fl ,rrrnurl illnrroni. we arf surf.
Ast ronom y
Though n tiny little girl,
Sli: km-px thr males all in a
Football lum, lmlizx' man.
Dov: a good deed what hz
Bad humor ne-zfrr grls her
Ruth ix one who cannot
Pl-ppy girl with rurly hair,
If it'.v fun, riff: right there.
ll blandrx it is the mln pre-
Tllgll illey rurfly will lik: lur
Shy Robrrt makzx but little
But 'pi" and "um" ar: iurl
Though boi-J' hmrn all do
HN rml loin' xx fnalllawmzlifx.
A quiet maid with high irlml,
Om' whffx altefayx full of zfal.
Gail ir prrlty, sfudinm, Jhy.
fIIIlbill01I5.' Ihr will rln or dis.
Short in build, ine in mind.
Bill likfr music of any kind.
KURTH, N Aomx
Tall and Jtately. blond of hair.
A friend in -nerd? Shs'.r fight
LA CONTR, LUCILLE
sl lrirndly little min' ir rhe.
lux! ax bury ax u bn.
i Senior Lit.
flu ambition! lad,
Wh0'J .vrlrlom Jud.
Short, light. he likr: play,
zlnd mn ,vmrll lun a mile
It'.r not thu ,frnre that gives
ll'ith him it'x how he plays
Chester ix tall and ambitiour:
Hix lata to him will hr
LA BATE, ANTOINETTE
Bright a nd sparkling ax
Her wit will :amz day bring
G. A. S.
LR CUNTE, LEE
Hancxly if Ihr molto ol' Let,
To ,rurrrxx his found the hfy.
HK! a hr-mrm. thru and thru:
Ol hir hind thrrr arf but llrv,
Hamiromr? Yes, but girl:
Brfauxf hr'i .furh 11 Iaarhlul
Small, and dark, and mzrry,
llliyrhirifonr? Oh, very!
Dainly, quiet Elid7l0lF-'
Locfrly ar .rome maui of yorf.
A Cappella Choir
Iam' har .ruth a prrlty -uoirf,
Sh: will lu' ,rome hfrzfx choice.
I quiet hay, but Ju 0. K.
Hf will nach his goal .mmf
LA GUARDIA, VINCENT
Vinrmzt mu play anything,
That ha: a hay, or flop or
Good looking. nnart, nmnnfr-
Thare dercribc our quirt Lee.
Though hi: too .why to make
HK: liked a lot
A handmme boy ir Al,
find zwrybodyir pal.
Tho lrrrom' Henry o I I z n
On- the football field he works.
LENTHALL, GLADYS '
S-zufet, allfarlivr,-rnay :hz be
What .vhf hopcs, a grrat lU.D.
4. Y, ,
flmbilious thap who will no!
Until h:",v rmchzd the wry
HF: a boy ol rmdy wit, Q
That will help him quite rl Int.
Prelly, gentle, splendid minzlf
Finer girl ix hard to limi.
Dark hair, and eye: of brown,
Newer, never. Jparts A frown.
Though Carroll make: no naife
' at all,
His wry good at baxlzrllmll.
Hr will ga a long, long way,
Bfrulur he .vrldom gon axtmy.
Eye: exprnuiw. nmnner dz-
Hrart lull ol gladnrxs that
.4 pretly, quiet. lasr,
Who alwayy head: hrr Ilan.
Carefree, IIGPPN. true to lh:
Sfrioux to Jlrangefr, mailing
to n friend.
In sport: he may someday win
.find ya fulfil his famous
,Miltonfv awful wire to know,
He'll bf lilerd whfrf':r hr'll
Pqppy, laughing joxiphinr,
X Nun girl is seldom Jenn.
LOVERINQGEORGE Whrn Babfr around, it inf!
Gmrgf if wry tall and dark, fair,
Ili! lookr will rmrle mme Hr .rlayr Ihr gal: with tlml
11midrn'r lwnrt. 'zvaify hair.
Scientific Black Masque
Short and mic with turly hair,
Works on the Star, lmsn't a
. Sllf'J pretty, and IGN, ha-:ie
Ihr play upon that H!T0l'r1'."fll? MZ' , L,t
Senior Lit. emor If
Consrlnitiour, ,vcvfst to the NIACINTYRE1 JOHN
r-nd, V D Thir merry, giggling, youllilul
fuxf.lln' kind you -:Unnt ,lor a gtnt,
frzfnd. ls alfcnyr on mme fniychial
NICCOLL'-IUNE Ewn Inripnfrl. m.-.wr bru-
Happy fare. red.-gold lmir: nuff,
Sin' ir alscrayx lair and xqimlr. One all thi' nicest girls we'w
Senior Lit. Senior Liz.
MCGIRK, ROBERT MCKINlJI.Ei', BETTY
illtlm lrom .rtudirr he may HN",-' AH gffl WAC'-F HlYUf15'J
xhhky wwnrlezng, V U
fn mt, Bay! alfmyy ,mf to No one ever ind: her rhirlmrg.
work. National Honor
Senior Lil. French
Sha likes zlmmrztirr and ,vlxf NIADDEN, MARIE
With hfr lanky, land in Holly- Alloy! any kind ol :port at all
wood, Jppmlr la tlzi: girl. lair and
Senior Lit, Gemmn
Rifle Team v
Frank is dark and iuxt the
Who like: any kind of sport.
In Iootbnll his a nzighty
Lair uf pepper, lat: of light.
Elmer ir the kind of friend
Who will Jlirk by you till the
R. 0. T. C.
Her friendxhifx not zz whiql:
Shi: Jrvret, and bound to wan.
ll beauty does qs beauty ix.
Then little Millie ir a whiz..
Hi: frame should :ml with
Beraure he'.v headed very high.
Senior Lit. I l i
Friendly, likable, jolly Allenr,
.4 .frrretary ,romeelay will be
Tiny, merry, rheerful Mar-
She will make Jurnxfx rL'e'll
A handmfne bay, and ran he
Full of pep, mul lot: of vim.
MASTERS, FRAN KLIN
J brilliant boy, the quiet type,
Who rely: hir my when time
Tall, bland, extrenlely athletic:
Standgrelx, high: wayr, ener-
G. A. S.
How joe pane: 15 a riddle,
But oh, how he mn play that
Tom ir quirt, rourlrous, and
.4 ufrrr lmy ir hard lo fad.
Ouirt, dark. altrarliw. wry.
Slir lmprx to be a Jfcrstary.
Our in a millinn, right up tn
To trraulrz' har frimldrllip ix
SparIans ol Sports
We all agrrz that he'.r bkay:
Hr'll gu jar in .tporlr Jann'-
Happy girl, pzppy loo!
Lovely lmir and rye: of blue.
If girl: appear, lu' rizakfr a
And uh. ho-zu llmt poor boy
Sa rerrrwd, .vhe'.v not wtll
Her real worth .romaday will
A clever girl ir Nadinr.
A iollifr friend is mrfrr run
Rathryufr u lfaclfr, .rwrrt and
Exrfplio nal Jtudmt, popular
Spartans of Sports
Be'tty',r qyiet but very wire
Wrwy haw, und nailing :yu
MILLNER, MIN NIE
Mirmifs shy and rather tall
Hop: :he has no ran- at all.
Lover nf lun, mrrlrzr and
Sprmdmg :hear tht lzzwlon
Fun to a frirnd. shy to a
His fl'n'.rlling upponent i,r
ulfmyy in dn ngrr.
rl stzvrt and prrtty girl ir
Our -:Ulm alcray: lrllx the
NIONTGOM ERY, RICHARD
ll'r all know him ru "Alanis",
.lrul hr lmlr a lot of Jpunk.
Sllr'.v fond of living. atlllrtir.
.-ll! day Jlu"s ru happy HJ rr
G. A. S.
Clmmrlrr and lookr lm! Jhfi
You ran rlrprnd on Dorothy.
.1 truriy Irul, IHllblll0Il,f. too:
Srmpprd than pidurrr aj all
MxNoR, Vxom GRACE
.4 mat nic: lonking girl is
llihfll xllrfr nruuml, y011'd but
1.0i':'l3'. rlarsir Clenrlutlf Illohr,
ll'llo to hziglilr nj janv will
Tall. flirt. friendly glnnre.
l'fry grarvlnl in llrr drmn,
NIORGAN, CHARLES DONALD
Brillizm! in ytudifs. lanky,
Hr rnrunl hi: lrltrr in lmrkrt-
Shi: rlarl: and Juwrt and wry
That man' duvft kflflfl' hn is
Leafs Jo wry cfnmlilz,
.fl hor! of job: hid uitely fill.
A Cappella Clioir
Hix S:'ay,r nn' nirr. lifx full of
Hr ratrx with any kind ol
Rrliabl-'. rlrpnzdalfle. ffnr:
Tlnfrr if .lzlrz in one limr.
Whrn iroublrr xrz' that marry
Tlzrx' plfk right up and jmrx
Il mu' nppmr: ther: -will br
Jud both of lllffll in look:
Blond, quid, .recert-
Whnl mon' med wr fepmt?
,fl tall. quift. xtudionx Ind:
Bfttrr file-nd rauld not br llarl.
Fri,-ndly, ambitious, perxwzr-
Mannzr alway: b r i g lt t and
Good lookx, and tlxo fluff not
The ge-ntlnnfn .frenz wry fond.
Spartans of Sports
Muxirian, llzinkrr, poftesxp
More 'versatile than most of us.
NARQACCI, Rosa MAME
Gentle, ywzrt, ix Roxr lllarie,
Lurill: if juxt th: Jam: ur Jllz.
' .4 nnart boy, a good class-
To hu :Inner -neon latz.
Inttrertnl in National Gunnl:
In aviation, hc',v working hard.
Hz'r I2 -good xtudeut, quiz!
For jrifnd: lafll mak: any
firr reporter, zcimame smile.
Curly lorkx, and lot: of Jtyli-.
Slxe'll nlwayx bf, rlmr to the
A faithful, loyal, loving
No task for him too hard to
To what hz start: he will bc
Fred if dark, ralm ol mind,
llc will not be left behind.
He play: upon the clarinzt,
:lt joking he'.f more clwzr yd.
A tall, and xolflirrly uulrtg
Perlmp: lzfll ln' n grnfrnl yet.
Zola'.r 11 tnlrnlfd xingzr.
ln our mtvuory :lu cz-ill linger.
jolly, ntlilvlir. rnnrtroux. kind.
l.r ill: lark Oliwr :cw haw in
fl folly frmm' of 1lHlIld,
A friend wllo': always kind.
Dark, good-nntured, putty,
A thu: blur friend to one and
.lltha :he zoran' a fiery tllatclx,
s,l!.5 fhy nm! quiet, Lucille
Ezwrythirig Dah doe: is :quarcg
HH: Jfmliaus. qnixt, always
PERLMAN, BE1'rE LEE
Brttr is ra .rtudioux our,
Hut :hr :till hay tune for fun.
Hr has a rar, his hair is
It will lake a lot to lcrrp him
Exrrllmt grader, all A',r in
He hops! to bf a rrporter in
POMPONIO, JOSEPHINE r
foxephin: with dark blue eyes,
Work: hard mid always trirr.
A dainty bland, .rlmplr and
Always a lady, alwayx neat.
Spartans of Sports
Harry Paar! ix tall and dark.
Lanky, ready for a lark.
In chem and math :hr doth
Sturlioux, romrientioiu, fine.
In brain: h:'.r thzreg in lookx,
Stamp rollerting ix hir hobby.
Pxrrs, BERN ADINE
Happy nx the day is long:
Hop: :hz rzemr guts the gong.
Po't'rER, JUA N mx
Originality 'not lackingh
Personality worth backmg.
Lovely and loyal.
Friznd very royal.
Chararh'r,.Ihr wry brxf,
Sunny nmlr, and all th: nxt.
Grarrful rlanrfr. kindly fare.
Wit rxprrxxrd in the right
Light-hmrlnl. h a p p y, turr-
Willy. jrifnilly, synzpathelir.
4-llsrny: laughing, ll z a r 2 J he
Hr mrlialrx fhr way hc Iulx.
Hanrlxomr, h a p p y, daxhing
Allannrrr, prrfrrf: lnokx, lezcn.
PPPPN. xmiling. ioking Kmvzy:
Hr ix n frirnd, and hr har
Happy Paul ir nur tn ga
lrry far in radio.
Curly haadrd. lull of jun:
Fdlllr' in Brukflbnll he won.
Bm is wry Jhy. bu! Jtill.
Ile ran get thus if he will.
lflizn :vt ,rprak of rourtrxy.
Wr know Frank Rrixllrrlu has
,I rharming girl who will ga
J: an artrexx sh: may .star
Uk' mifml hrr whrn she evrmft
lll' like her frirndly :mill af
3 Viking Sister
Thr way he .rturlify is a Jin.
Bu! still, hr ha: a may with
Tha! 17h'fl'j' lfvinkle in Ray?
Will always hclp him to grt
Likr thr ,fun a m ang the
Shi' :ta n dr out in all the
.4 fairy-tal: hero from lint to
hi: Jax, .
Bu! ix hr romeitrd? No, not
Sh: haf brauty, vharm, and
Tha! ,rhauld take lxrr many a
ROM ERO, GRACE
Her hair ix dark: her :yu are,
Om' Mar hrr ix 1zr:.'rr blur.
Azure Dryer, and. golden hair:
Charming lar: with not a fart.
Nfllie ix muxiral, charming,
Grarrful, slender, known to ur
ROE ERTSON, JOHN
From awrwork Inhn ne'rr will
Hr :ingr and play: ru days go
Thn q-uiat, Helnfx tru: and
Small, dark, and wry ntat.
ROLLO5 ROSEM ARY
Shi: a da-nrrr, her hair is
On 1ile',v may 1he'll have har
ll-Iary',r -pretty, lol: of fun,
Champ an zvtrylhmg .rhr'J dnnz,
G. A, S.
fllay work upon mme foreign
Rirh r t tv a r rl I fa Iilrulrfim'
Cloom around him -nelrver li1'.f,
Thvrfx always ri fwmklr in
1'Hadeli1if'J trailr an' friendlif
Srufrt rfsrrtic, mul liappimzrx.
Theodomfv prclty and bright:
Thr bay: all think Ihtyf ju!!
Lucille, in her rwcft, quirt
Will jrifndrhip laynlly fzpay.
Alzqayy friendly is Rauw,
Quzcl. jolly. and srrvrif. '
..'-uv-' "' S I
Litllf, srristlul, lowly ryex,
Prrtty, as you may ,vurmi,rr.
Flz'z't-fnoterl, eagvr, h1llld!01llL'.
l'nu'll rrarh th: top rzvlirre you
Full of hm. ,lull ol fight,
ll'r all agrrz' that hr',r all
She lorry to dantc, har word:
,-I maiden prrlty and rejifml.
Small and 5 t 14 d 5 0 14 5 Ed
lx a wry prrlett xcriber.
Shfx little, dark, and wry
Well lukzd for har Juwt,
SAWYER. H AROLD
ll? hop: thi day will 1u't'er
When Harold fail: tn have
.vo Illt' fun.
zlzlolph Shnf4'r'.r nlrf' rnlzl tall:
Carey d01l,f bnthrr him at all.
Ifantrflv if quiet, .tm
To the hrights we ho
Girls' H i-Y
Howard'1 one who
crflfflf mnown hex
.fl handsome, clever
Happlufrx li.-'II never
Ethel ix quivt. dainty, short,
Alscvay: xuwet, and
Blond and quirf. plraxingly
Smart and rulr-.rhr's a
By hrr jolly, liknlzlr way.
She rrinx nrrv fr-irndr fwryilay.
.-Imbilious, likablr ax fwll.
In art sonmlay Jhr' will rxrrll.
Shining I1 l o n rl hair, lowly
Cnpfiwnting ilimplf. wry !L'l.l'l'.
A wry nirc buy, but oh so
Hz' may rom: out ol it by and
jovial, mlm, and Jlofky, .-flu'
urlllil he appmrs, hr trfatrr a
Dignihnl, yr! lull of fun,
.-ll'1:'n5'.r kind Io rwryorxz.
S hm' JANE
N n. lr , Mort: in spirit,
.4 , to lm: a lvmrt of galil.
Waltzr likrr to play and roam,
But hr ha: Jkill an th: trom-
Na bachrlor will Radnry bt,
He like: thc girl: too svcll, we
Surczxx will mrzly cum: ta
Who wiclrl: a rarkct with Juch
Perftct llrro in Dlllldfillf ryrx:
Fnzmlly, haudxorvw, arhve
Eaxy-going, happy Jrnilr,
Nite to know, .lflilld worth
His.loak.v lzrlray hiy mannrr
Thfreff always mischirl in hir
.4 lzurimxs woman Ihr will hr,
fl beitcr ann' you'lI never nv.
SNYDER, BEITE LovE
Shr'.r m 11 J i t ll l, J'01llfi'L'h!lf
Her rondurt 1lt"1"f'f fx auda-
Nut .Io tall, but parked with
Hr ir lihrd by zwryonf.
A trifle plump, and rntlmr
Fri.-vully, jolly, a good Jporl.
Samfrzfhat of an artixt, JUN!!-
what of an attar,
And a tru: friend, which is
the main fartor.
.4 wry inlvllignlt boy ir hr,
Alwuyx ax busy as a bn.
He if tall, his hair ix blond,
Of hir ,rtudifs he is fond.
Har hair is funny like hu
sl friend who alfunyf doa her
SPALI.oN E, DOROTHEA
fl -gifted arlixi.A.rhy, petite,
Brilliani, Iu'r.rahl:', and nvfct.
A dainty nziu ruho'.r lull ol
And har u :mile for E-urryonz.
G. A. S.
dnzlzitionr, stmlinus, quit-I,
llix aim ir neroplam' rlrngn.
Blond and .vovrzrfvhnl lmwy
sd, h V
Sfudioux, pmmmng mdrl.
R. O. T. C.
flrt -::'itlt him is th: mrain
Tall, dark. lik,-x hir king.
Ba'I'1liFl'. few' llrnr, lla.: mrt hrr
Lo-zwly lm: ,vhs gmfrn al lalf.
.fl prppy, liwly, noixy maid.
Stonr, bn! m'r'fr rnlzl and
J planning flmsluatr, jolly
J lllllldJ'0lllt' lad, a lrieml
l,z'!1CU7l'I frlml Mfg- fall him
That? lirmuxr hr is .rn Jhy.
Hit rathrr lanky. blond, mm'
Guml-ualurrrl, likes tn play
Shari. rlnrlc. and full ul jun.
Ilunnrx in art nlrfmly fran.
Sllr giwr rzmliugx, flu' ran
.I rlr2'fr girl in many a way.
Dives or prankx? Bob ix
Tall and la in k gy--wonlx In
Guy, small. Pttilf.
lliixr and wry mwrt.
Rrddiyh-gold hair. happy vyex.
Hilti: hr! ability, lrouml in
Newr fl'fll'lllg, atlzlflir Bud
Hit: llxaxr golf ball: with zz
Hrr imma in lighir will blnzr
Wllrn ,rhr hrromrr an Uflffll
.4 frur Nnrxriiinrz, blond ruul
l,flA1l!l50lllt'? How the galr do
Siu' if tnll and rathzr thin.
lu Ziff: bnttli, .rhe will win.
.I wry Iihnblr Ins: is Jhr.
.llfvnyx nr hflpful ru ran br.
Quiftrr buy. yon'll .rrljom
.Vonr with a man' brilliant
Frfnrhlmlrz fran, aurl lnfun
.llri-t. and al-:Unyx on Ihr ga.
lurt as uirz' as hr ir tall,
Sliimzr in flax: and in Imm-
H05-I who hmr lu-r rlewr lint,
Try to daft in rquady ul nmr.
In murir hz is wry hriz, D
:Vr'zc'x:4'rihng also u hu lme.
VALENTE, ERN EST
Friendly r m i I E mul rurly
.lnisvvr to a flldlllfflil' pmyrr.
VANDER WEYDEN, ALLEN
In murir Allen hay n ,rtartp
Playx, tonrlurtr, mid ix hr
Handsome.. courlrour, fzfinzd.
Plcqmnt, trurtworthy, and
Iuhnnyfr jolly. tarrlree way
Brighten: up the darkest day.
WAGGENER, MARY Lou
Per! littlz mir: with flaming
Apparently without a cafe.
Spartans of Sports
' Ch rful. an a n l y , prppy,
u er: and he will never
A mulirian tall and light,
Who .reldom work: with all hir
fl gentlrman ir Harold Verder,
Quiet, and a :mutant reader.
V o-GEL, RICHARD
Cheerful, h01ldJ01ll!, happy
Worry -m"er will make him
Blond, quiet Robrrt Wade,
Hi: true worth will nrvu
WALTER, ESTHER FERN
Brain: with hrauty nr: wry
Either har them both to span.
Clever, loyal, pretty, viva-
Happy, frizndly, witty, gra-
VVEINER, MARvxN QBUDB
Gentlzmanly, rturlinux, quid:
A That mmularhi Lv mr! u rwt.
VVEINSAFT, H1NDA MAB
Grarrful daurer, prp, vitality,
All-around lzadzr, pzrmnality.
W: all adore RUIf11lHfj"J.flPlt,
Am! never grt enough of at.
Whrn :hr xmilfr, than .rlir
Hrf dimplfr put thru: in a
Shi-'J rmall, pretty, full ol
fun: . D
llfany warthwhilr fnfndx .vlxe'x
Spartans of Sports
Although wr 'nruzr lzmr
In rhnmrter, we know Jlle'.r
Versatilz, witty, peppy lark
He will .mrrffd in any career.
Quick and clever ax mn be,
Vary good at reparln.
Basketball and lmxfball star,
With the girl: he trawl: far.
shftf deridrd love ir best:
No longer if hzr name init
G. A. S.
VV HELDEN, DOROTHY
Smart and mighty,
Studiour, popular, and sweet.
Aida wnrkx -with vim and
And life for hllll grow: :ver
Never up to any I 'r'J.
Loyal pal ol Hrrbrrt
VVILLIAMS, BERNICE ANNA
Drama, suhirh rlie maker her
.Way fum for htr a laylzng
.il Jrcund Pavlovn .vhs hope!
Danri-ng hrr fray to celebrity.
Hi: hair ir dnrh, hir fyvx are
IIr'r lall. and quill' an alhlrlr
Thr drrp and quirt lhinhing
Da-viri alfmyr knows hiJ mimi.
Tall, and mlm, mul :ell-por
Iiarnfrt, rtrimxr fn do her hfst.
Dark-13-fd, happy, Lillir Witti,
li llolh cirrmlilr and pretty.
Golf player, omlor of poirf,
Popular with girl.: and boyx.
0fiEl1Idl, hr is nminly,
Dark. tall, a bit zmgninly
nlflirlir. film likrr to act:
I mighty finr girl--tlmt'x 11
Gvfitlmialzly, dar: hir pm!
Hl1I1PJ'. lalfnlrrl in nfl.
Willy, flv:-er, happy, :cis ,
Nolhing btyond hrr fwfr
Wrrmsa, VIRGINIA 1,
Hr ir n drmmer, ,ru it .n':'ni.f,
Bu! grmtmzrr o I l r 11 grows
Swrrr. and xhy. and wry
' 'oi z. Rosa
.' 0 unfit: lv e c fc o 11 Roxiz
X If .vllf wry filff? Of raurrf!
1 X S4-niorLil.
K, Black Nlasquc
V -Z' ""
x.. -. A
VKOLFE,-IOSEPHINE K K K i p
Lowlv. dark-rxrd. qmft jo, . K
Drnrrxt. xL:4vutr.vt, g z rl we K . ff ,Alf
lszxo-ev. K X o iii ,-.x , Y
ll c-lfare , J is I:
Wosx, M ARGARET
This qnirl 11101111 ix Jun' to gn
Fny far rwifh lzrr ,rh-no.
Clmrminrz ix n -ur Gertrude
Fniilzful, patient, plmmnl
Loyni mrmbrr of our dan.
His foil ix xrvift: hi.: am'1:'z'r
We' likr him Ion bfranfe his
Tall, attmctiw, Vrm Wood-
It would seem :he should be
Tall, quiet, handxomr lad.
HF.: the but frirnd to ln' had.
Happy-go-lucky, in 1 I y and
fl pal like hrr is hard to beat.
Spartans of Sports
xl .vfrrvtary with looks and
Most any man :hc'x :mr tn
lark ix genial, lull ol fun,
.4 lnynl friend to riferyane'
Tho he ix quitv thick with th:
Iulo n rrll hr 7lA'C'A'f flop!
Shy and dark, and 'very nite,-
She has pep that will suffice.
A silent man is jimmie Beach.
But when you know him, he's a
H a n d s o m e, thoughtful, wise,
. His presence always brings delight.
A boshful boy who's always there,
But has a modest, humble air.
He like: to play a lo':fer': part,
And all the dogs he takes to heart.
Printer': ink rharms this lad.
An orator who's never sad.
A quiet man who will not shirk,
Because he picks out rosy work.
ln football Kenny does exeel,
And wzth the girl: he get: on well.
Tall and lean with light blond top,
ln our esteem he'll nrwr drop.
This chubby, dark, and jolly boy.
Finds girl: and football his thief
He ran ind his may about,
"Where's Elmer," all the girls do
.Hel-vin is a student of art,
And take: his work to heart.
Albrilliont boy, who's clever too,
His pleasing smile will entourage
A sweet ooiee, a delieate fate:
Known for her rourlesy and grate.
A courteous gentleman is heg
In football he has won his HD".
.4 square fellow is he,
As broad-minded as ran lle.
He never cheats or tells a lie,'
A: everyone will testify.
This little fellow sure makes a hit,
Sandy hair and lot: of grit.
A likable boy with eyes of brown:
You seldom, if ever, see him
.A -tireless worker, sure to grow,
His hobbies are .veil-nee, and radio.
For rourtesy he takes the rake.
His promises he will -not break,
He's quiet, makes but little show,
But there': a lot of depth to loe.
He is courteous, jolly, kind:
And he has a brilliant mind.
BilI's promises are good as gold,
His sense of humor will never
GERHARDT, PAUL A
liflanner, quiet: disposition, mel-
Appearanre, neat : he's a :well fel-
He's a fine fellow with lot: of grit,
In the game of lile, he'll need lots
A handsome and honest young
fellow is Harry ,'
He': a swell prosper! for some girl
Happy, husky, hardy, Hale,'
His winning smile will nearer fail.
Robert is a likable lad.
Track man, -very best to be had.
A pleasing lad who'll never frown,
He will be of great renown.
Sure as a gun,
Yet full of fun.
He's.as busy as a bee,
Willing to help, you see.
Very quiet is this miss,
Friendly, with her timidness.
More striking girl is seldom seen,
Than dark-eyed Lillian Levi-ne.
A handsome, ruddy, merry youth,
He's broken many a heart for
A likable friend, a 'valuable chum,
We wish him :nrress and then
He is handsome, dark, and tall,
His virtues large, his :rites small.
Upon the trumpet he ran toot.
And many a clever pun ran shoot.
His .laughing eye: and rheerful
Will help him many a battle to
A quiet and dork haired boy is
An easy boy for one to like.
A devil with the women..
He got hi: letter swimmzn!
A rarefree lad,
Who': seldom sad.
N ICHOLS, JERRY
A very nice boy is Jerry,
He is always merry.
Blond and muscular is he,
lliith a personality.
Pretty, brown eyes, rurly hair,
Russ is one who': always fair.
If you ran fudge him by his fare,
Then lark will win in any rare.
RULLO, LUCILLE .
Lovely eyes, hair, teeth, and ali,'
Rather brilliant, slender, tall.
Strong in rhararter. s t ro n g in
Truer friend you will not ind.
Although our Charles is wry shy,
He has a brain one rannot buy.
He's very misehie-vous, and yet
How he ran play that rornet!
Twinkling eyes and sunny smile:
He is happy all the while.
A likable friend, :he makes
We wish her surress and then
Athletic, modest, plenty smart,
In any thing he'll do his part.
Nite personality, football star:
Big and Jolly--he should go far.
Ambitious. studious, lofty aim ,-
Worker-someday he'll win fame.
His friends like Louis Spanorella,
fl short, dark, 1node:t fellow.
Her personality's so fine
Her name just fits-Sunshine.
Baseball star who may forsootll.
Someday lar outshine Babe Ruth.
Smart, a nz b i t i o u s, tall Clyde
Will make a name in scienre yet.
Person, exotir: eyes, expressive:
Talent, e.n:pansi've,' suctess, ex-
Dark of hair, rather small,
He's a friend to us all.
Conscientious, and polite,
He will always do what's right.
Little and dark,
He has the spark.
Pal true blue, a friend indeed,
Gives her help to all in need.
Dorothy's a cute little honey-
So popular it isn't funny.
His acrobatie: on the liar
Have spread the name of Wicks
YOUNG, CLARA PAULINE
Dark and lovely-eyed Pauline,
Tall, and quiet, and serene.
AUGHING dancers, happy colors, gay music, and bright lights were featured
at the Senior Prom on May 2. The joy of the occasion will long be a treasure
in store houses of memory of the graduating seniors.
YVith the decorations of blue and silver accented by the new lighting system, the
gym was transposed into a "Land of Dreams." Moonlight effects, and unusual color
combinations enhanced the beauty of the youthful romancers in flowing pastels and
summer suits. One of the most successful of Senior Proms, it enjoyed a record at-
tendance, and provided unusually popular entertainment.
Those who enjoyed the dance owe sincere appreciation to the Prom Committee.
It was composed of the officers, Herbert Prouty, Madge Todd, Mary Knippel, and
Bill Osborne, and , Helen Briscoe, Ruth Hansen, Charlotte Mohr,
Rlargery Roberts, Emanuel Blumberg, Al Krebs, Bill Mays, Harold Mott, Dick Vogel,
and Donald VVinterbourne.
Patrons and patronesses included Mr. W. C. Borst, lVIr. and Mrs. A. Martz,
lVIiss Fern Dorothy lVIitchell, Mrs. C. D. WVaddell, lVIr. N. L. Prouty, Mr. and Mrs.
John Knippel, lVIr. William Osborne, Miss lVIarie Hollister, lVIiss Mattie Vie
Lendrum, and Miss Katherine Ommanneyg the Senior Class home room teachers, Mr.
and Mrs. L. lVI. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Smith, Miss
llllary Dow, Miss Lillian Duer, Miss Therese Dupree, Miss Mary Frost, lVIiss Jean
Ingersoll, Miss Myrna Langley, lVIiss Hester Smith, lVIiss Jessie Thompson, and
lylr. Elbert Cummings.
HE Junior Promenade came as a glorious climax to the Viking social activities
of the year. Given by the Juniors in honor of the departing Seniors on
May 28, it provided delightful entertainment for all who attended.
The boys' gym, gaily decorated in joyous colors, presented a pleasing spectacle,
together with the colorful crowd gathered there. The shimmering pastel gowns were
enchanting in the exquisite lighting effects.
With due pomp and circumstance the Queen of the Junior Prom was crowned.
Surrounded by seven lovely attendants, the lucky senior girl received the title amid a
joyous crowd of onlookers.
The eventful evening passed swiftly and delightfully with the hour for departure
arriving all too soon. It was with regret that the members of the senior class left, realiz-
ing sadly that this was the last of their evening social events at North.
N Class Day, dancing held sway at Elitclfs in the afternoon of l1fIay 28. Mr.
Borst awarded scholarships for Denver University, Colorado University, Colo-
rado College of Agriculture and Colorado State College of Education, Colorado
School of Nlines and Colorado Women's College. The 1921 Gold lrledal awarded to
the boy and girl who rendered the most outstanding service to the school, the Class of
1924 Short Story Gold Medal, the Class of 1925 E. L. Brown Nlathematical Award,
Virgil, French, "D" Club awards and the Carter Nlemorial Prize in Art were given.
The Class of 1936 Memorial-a sound motion picture machine and a fund to be
divided equally between the Annual and the Scholarship Loan Fund-was presented by
Herbert Prouty, senior president.
A rollicking comedy of high dramatic appeal, "The Royal Family," played to an
enthusiastic -audience. It was staged in North's auditorium on lN'Iay 21, ZZ, and 123.
The cast included: i
Fanny ........... ....,.... B ERNICE WILLIAMS
Julie ........ ............ G EORGENE MICHAEL
Gwen ........... ......,...... L ENORE GELLER
Tony ........, .,.,.,.,.., H AROLD HOLINIES
Dean ......... ...,,....... L EONARD GIBBONS
Kitty ......... .........., S vLvIA HANDLER
Perry ......., ,.......,....... B ILL HOLINIES
Gil .. ,. .,,. . ..,.. ,,........... . ,PAUL BECK
Della ..........., ,......................,..,,.,... ..,........ R OSEMARY WIELCH
Jo .........................,.... .,.. ..... i ..,., . ....,.,.............,.,........,..,..... D A N TRIILLIAMS
McDermo1f ,..... ....,...........i................, YVILBUR Roccruo
Hall Boy.: ..................,........ BUSTER JONES, CLIFFORD COLA-IAN ' e4g""""
Gofverness .,..,,.....,...................,.,......................l.,.,.............. NELLIE ROBBINS
Chauffeur ....... .......... J EAN TI-IIBODEAU
Ganga ..,..................... ......... F AUSTINE BACA
Oscar W'o1fe .... ...... . ,.........,....... F RANK DUBIN
Jllessenger ..,,,............. .,............ . ,,,...,.,.,... HOWARD Sci-IMU '
The choice and casting of the play was in charge of a committee headed by Bernice
Williams, assisted by Leo Morton, Leo Rosenthal, Sara Sincher, Bernice Feinberg,
The Senior Class is deeply grateful for the superb direction of the play by lVIiss
Katherine Anne Ommanney. '
193 6 Graduation
HE largest class that ever graduated from North--that is the distinction held
by the Class of 1936 Vikings.
i I Surrounded by a background of palms and sixty-six Junior Escorts, joyously
dressed in heliotrope hued summer dreszes, the five hundred seventy-four seniors were
an intpressive gathering. Vikingettes, Hsweet girl graduates", looked their prettiest in
Huttery pastels, while the dark coats and white tlannels donned by the Vikings brought
out all of their handsomeness.
The theme of the graduation ceremonies was, "The High School Graduate Looks
at the International Scene." The student speakers. selected earlier in the year, and
their subjects are as follows: .
Class Poem-'Elnternational Goodwill"
"lnterdependcr.ce of Nations in Communication"
Allen Vander W'ryden
Hliiterdepcndcnce of Nations in Trade"
Hlnterdependence of Nations in lVIanners and Customs"
Hlnterdependcnce oi Nations in Literature"
Virginia P17 iinzer
"Contributions of the United States"
Herbert Prouty, president of the senior class, directed the class creed. The presen-
tation of the class to the superintendent of schools and the. members of the board of
education was done by our principal, lVIr. Borst.
The diploma march and the presentation of the diplomas by one of the members of
the board followed, accompanied by the North Band under the direction of lldr.
Frederick VV. Schultz.
The A Cappella Choir, which made its Hrst appearanse in uniform, was directed
by lVIrs. La Dora G. White.
l International Goodwill
, life are the Youth who bear your name:
This earth you leave-our heritage.
, Out of the years long turned to dust,
Out of the rolling centuries,
' Hfhat kind of world do you leave to us?
7 V ' ' The Hand which ras! mould of earth
And hurled it outward from the sun
Into the spare of Time's dark flood-
That hand, when all its work was done,
Had never planned it should drip blood.
It never meant that men should die,
Their life spilled out to stain the grass:
That brother's thrust should kill his brother,
That Hate and Fear and Death should pass
To smile and laugh with one another.
3 So hear the plea which Youth makes now:
l This is our world wlzere we must live,
Where each must had his separate fate:
These are our lives, the world to give,
But not to sacrifice to Hate.
Give back to us, the Youth you sired,
The beauty lost to us so long,
Of sun and wind and simpler things
Forgotten in the growth of wrong,
,-4 nd strangled in lfVar's twisted strings.
Oh, Sons of Men, you cannot live
Each to yourself, alone with hate.'
In brotherhood, stretfh out your hand:
In hope, unwind the skein of Fate,
I n love, seek out, and understand.
A nil 1 1 rYllgt"l"l - - - V fu! .1
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National Honor Society
President, Huoo Esxiumsong Vice President, JANE GOODMAN: Secretary, Eu Yoruri
Treasurer, BETTY COBURN.
O form a nucleus for the society, in the fall, the following students were elected
to the National Honor Society because of their outstanding Character, Scholar-
ship, Leadership, and Service: A
Janet Agler, Dorothy Atkinson, Betty Coburn, Hugo Eslcildson, Kenneth Fire-
baugh, Charline Frederick, Lenore Geller, Leonard Gibbons, Jane Goodman, Mary
Hartman, llflabel Hinst, Mary Knippel, Betty McKindley, Frances Nlaxam, Bill lylays,
Georgene Michael, Kathryn Michael, Marian Nacke, Howard Schmuck, Billy Shepard,
Dorothea Spallone, Robert VVasley, Virginia Witmer, Josephine Wolfe, Eli Yoelin.
Those who were added recently are:
Morris Adair, Charline Aylor, Delbert Barcus, Paul Bock, Barbara Bousman,
lkfiarie Byler, Marguerite Carlson, Roy Carlson, Clifford Colman, Violet Corbett, Cleo
Crane, Silvio Davia, Christopher Ditson, Vvilliam Eaton, Frances Ennis, Bernice
Feinberg, Lucretia Fitzgerald, Bert Frazzini, CharlesfHa4h.t.t' , lVIonica Hebert, Rose
Herzel, Harold Holmes, Kate Horn, Martha Hoyt, Lee Larson, Pearl Lett, Franklin
llflaster, Charlotte Mohr, Donald Morgan, Zola Obrecht, Hermina Perlmutter, Joe
Piccola, Margery Roberts, Ada Sanders, Elaine Scouler, Cleo Seeley, llflargery Self,
in Ioan Stier Clyde Swett llflargaret Sylvester, Allen Vanderweyden,
George Sted., , . , 3 f , K .
Esther YValter, Evelyn VVatkins, Tillie VVeisbart.
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Class of 1 937
HEN we were freshmen, the year 1937 seemed
far ahead in the dim future. Now we find that
we are rapidly approaching our goal-high school
Our class elected oiiicers last fall from an exceptional
list of candidates. The successful ones certainly justified
our confidence by upholding the traditional school spirit
and high ideals of North.
The Junior Prom, carefully planned, was success-
fully carried out. Our officers, as our representatives,
took an active part in the activities of the Student Council.
VVe wish all the members of the class of l36 the best
of success and happiness in whatever they undertake after
graduation. VVe hope, too, that we may leave behind us as
splendid a record of achievement as they have.
President ................,,.,., ,..,..,.,.,,.......,........,..., B ILL KISLER
Viee President ..................... COURTLAND WVILLIAMS
Seereiezrhi '....... .,...,,.. ESTHER ONsToT'r
Treasurer .,..,...... ............, 5 TACK HAYES
CLASS OF 1937
LYNN Awmzs, Loxzxrz ALnEm's, Rownxu ANDERSON, Bun Axnnnws, Amxmxn Asnomm
GRACE Asrrros, KENNETII ATKINSON. J, IXVIAC BAKER, CLAIRE BANLY, IMOGENE BARBER
BEATRICE Bmunslw, LEWVIS BECK, Hnnzmnr Bmzcmrw, LxLA BEST, Bxu. Blsnor
ESTHEK Burxmwmrkc. ERMA KAY BROWN, FRED BROVVNYARD, IJON BUTLER. NIADOLYN BUTLER
Tnmms BUTLER, OLUA CARIBUR, 1. C. C-xkLlLu, Enmxxnn CA1u.soN, BARBARA CARROLL
CLASS OF 1937
Mzxvrnnw CAs.xcxANu, D01'c1.M CASE, DONALII CONGDON. En CONNliLLi', AI.mixT CoNNE1,1.x'
I'IERBlTR'l' Coxovnx. Doxofrl-:Y C130PERSRll1'll. Doxorln' Crmxok. AN1'olNr'r'rE Cmnk, FRANCES Dfwuzs
Ihguzx Dmucrn, Burn' Donor, Ismail. DoNovAN, Rnnrwr DUYLR, NYIOLA DUCA11:
RIARGAREA' ELLIS, ,l.xcQl1r:Ll:-as Emoxv, XFELMA Lm: EVANS. XIIOLFT Ewmc. XVILAIA l:A'l'lKl'NllRO0K
Bm-rx' FAL1.mAx, CHARLO'l"FE FRASER, Mmmm Fxuzxcu. Bsx Frurn, Cmuxnns Gmsu
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CLASS OF 1937
FRED Gomvrz, Lawn Goxfr, NVAUNITA GRAVES. EVELYN HALL, CA1'HRX'N PIAYKS
NVIRCIXIA HECKMAN, ,IACQUEMNE Hxcxs, ROHliRT Hll.umxENxEs:, Grk,u.mN1f HOLBFRG. Humax Hommmfn
DON IIOPKXNS, IEANEHE INGRAM, Bm-'ry josss, Gx.Anvs Jozuss, L,xlrns'rT,x jcmvsox
STEVE JOHN50k, Dax Juno, ELEANOR JUSTICE, CLAJIENCE LAGUAMIIA, FLORENCE LLVSTIG
PAULINE Lvnn, ju.wrr,x LYNCH, Mu.muEn MCKIBBEX, LILA MADLIC. Louise XIARSHALL
CLASS OF 1937
EUGENE IVIAKTL, Ronsm' IVIAUL, HENRY AJILLER, CHARLES NIDUC. VERA NELSON
EVELYN Nxcx-xoms, Flin: Ornun, GLENNA OLBERT, Vnnsxak OPPENLANDFR, Tom Ovmzrox
ANN PAPE, Russ:-11.1. PARENTEML GQLDENA PENNA, JANE Pzznnuum-ma, NAn:N1: P1-nl-'Ps
JACK PQRTEK. XXHXLTER PROCKTER, D1-:LORA REED, INIELVA REMICH. ALLAN RICHARDSON
Hum. Rumi. MAMNE Ross, Vivian Rov, MAMAN Russsu., Pmscn.x.A Rvnnk
CLASS OF 1937
EYELYN SCIILEY, ALVIN SCIIWARZ, DOROTHY Sco1'r, DoRo'I'In' SE.-XIKIAN. RICIIARII SHAW
VIRGINIA SIIQRT, DoRo'I'I-IY Sxmmoxs, KIARCIA SPM:I.vIxG, ALICIT SPI-LAS. XIXRCINIA STANI.Y
SOPHIA STEINKE. BI:'I'TY STEPANECR, VIRGINIA STURFY, XVANDA SIINDGRIQN. KEN TAYLOR
NANCY TAYLOR, LUCILLE TIZILIIERG, FRANK T!lIll0I5HAl', EDITH THOXIAS, Es1'III1R '1IIoRrE
YQILRIA ToI.I3ER1', RIARGARET Tonmw, NERLA TRASR, EDITH YARIAN, FRANCES XIICEXEC
CLASS OF 1937
Vmcxxm Wann, Mnxxxs W.-u.miN, LAURA W'AksnAmsR. Ensnvon Wm'soN, I-Isuzu' WEBER
Ames Wsncuc, Romxn Wmsnxsnzxx, ELMER Wuxrxmg MA1uz.xm:-r Wlxx-zu, IXIARGARH NVRIGIVI
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Class of 1938
HEN we first came to North, everything seemed
quite strange, but now the Class of 1938 is proud
of its outstanding record in scholarship, character,
It is said that the first year of senior high school is
the most difiicult, but the assistance of the faculty and older
students has brought the year to a most successful con-
To the Class of 1936 we extend best wishes for a
prosperous future and to the Class of 1937 a happy finish-
ing year at North.
VVe have two years in which to conquer in fresh fields
of accomplishment. In this time we shall endeavor to
repay the school for the benefits and pleasures we shall
Next year it is our sincere hope to follow the splendid
example set hy the Class of 1937. - I
Prmdent .............. .,..,.....,.,..,..... R ov OWEN
Vin' President ...,..... DOROTHY PHILLIPS
Secrrfarj '......... .... ..,..,..... E s THER BATES
7'7'l'!7.YlllY'7' ...,,.. .,.,...... E UGENE NIAUI.
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NIAKIQN Almxxxs, DrJ'r,oTHv BIDSTRUP, Ff. VA" FRl'NN1NGs1'ALL, JANE Bxuxo, Bm-Tv BVNGLQ
Anuufn ISu'r1.1:R, IAIEIYNE Cmrroxm. CLM"roN Exrsxmcn, Ru-rn lfysugn, WILLMW Fkmgghgx
S1-mmm' GORE. C0RlN.1'F I'LxNN.x, Kxaxxsm' Hlxrzs, W1Lm'k JQHNSON. DORD'I'llX' ,IOHNSTQN
JUANIPA Lumfrux, JXNNE .JIcDxikMoTT. jgxcx NIcL,u'c:m,1N. MARTIIA XIEXVHIKTIER, XV.xL'r1-:R MOCK
ALAN Nonuf, Bl:'r'r1E OLWLR. XIARGARY clYl'R'lk0X. GLURGIA 1'r:Rx1Ns. Brzvn' Puu.l.lPs
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COACH EVANS COACH Mouzs
Morrr M A ur, NICHOLS
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East ....,.,.. .,,....... 6 2 .750
West ...... ..,..,.... 5 3 .625
South ........... .,..,..... 5 3 .625
Manual ,.......,. ..,, ,.,.. 4 4 .500
North ......,. ...,,...., 0 8 .000
HE Viking ship of Basketball
manned by Coach Jack Evans didn't
have a very successful season in the
league raceg however, they had a good sea-
son of experience as most of the players were
Juniors and Sophomores. Coach Evans
had a chance to shift the fellows around
in different positionsg thus
making the prospects bright
for the season of 1937.
During the season's pro-
gress, North became a strong-
er team each game and
showed s t 1' e a k s of Hashy
basketball, almost beating the
rinstx is o
City Champions, East, in a very exciting
and close game. Not being able to get five
men to click together, we cannot name a
first team. Carroll Lindenmeier was the
only player to participate in every game.
ln the first game North encountered
Manual in the North gym with lVIanual
emerging as the victor by a score of 19
to l7.' It was a slow game with everyone
missing the hoop during the first half.
The second half became an ex-
citing game, Manual winning by fl
basket in the last minute of play.
Lindenmeier and VVendelin turned
in creditable performances.
In the second game with
lvlilllllfll, North lost an exciting BERENBAUM
game 35 to 20.
North's second encounter of the season was
with South at South's gym. Once again North
fought a hard, but losing battle throughout the en- BECK RAMSELL
tire game, losing by a score of 28 to 24. The second
game with South found North again on the small
end of the score.
The results of the contests with West and East
were disastrous as far as the scoreboard was con-
cernedg however, they consisted of part of a com-
plete and successful season of experience for all
the players and Coach Evans.
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AVING many new and inexperi-
enced players, Coach Moles did very
well in placing North in third place
in the Prep League. Beginning the season
with most of the men who had returned
and ending it with the in-
experienced, but competent
, K Louis Pastore and Jimmy
La Bare made the All-City
eil Team and did some classy
fielding and hitting. Scheffel,
' 1 Stoezel, and Conwell also
played fair ball. Taylor,
Thompson, and E r s k i n e
CONWELL handled the pitching during
J xl City Meet
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North ..... ........,.. 4 OM points
South ..... ,,..... 3 6M points
West ..,.,... ....... 2 2 points
i Manual ...,,. ......, 1 6 points
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In the 7th annual Pentathlon Herb Koehler
won first place, setting a new record with 3588
points. He ran the 220 yard dash in time of
25.5 seconds, the low hurdles in 29.5 seconds,
and the mile in 5:08 minutes. He threw the
discus 117 feet 5 inches, and broad jumped 17
feet 7 inches. Chuck Mccool Won second place
with 3510 points, also breaking the previous
record. Burt Sidell with 3455 points also broke
the record and took third place. The previous
record was 3435 points held by Chuck McCool.
Winning this event is a real test
of an all-around athlete, and a
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North ...... .... ......... 4 l l .750
Manual ,....,.. ..,...... l 3 2 .333
South ...,.... ..,...,.. 0 3 3 .250
East .....,...,.. .....,... 1 5 1 ,214
Won Lost Tied Perrent
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AVING the best squad
and team since 1927's
champions, N 0 r t h
showed the prep league some
fancy lateral passing and V-
good hard football. Although . VOGEL
not rated high at the begin-
ning of the season, North finished in second
place, barely losing the championship to
The team averaged about 165 lbs. in the
line and about 162 lbs. in the baclcneld.
Vogel, Scheffel, and Sidell were the out-
standing linemen, While Rocchio, Kauth.
Oliver, and Sugarman were
the backs who stood out.
Beating East twice in one
year was something no other
North grid team has accom-
SEnLMAYR SCHAEFER BECK
the season, Taylor winning two and losing
none for 1.00095 average.
lVIany of these lettermen are returning
for next season: thus making Coach llioles'
prospects bright for 1936.
North first met VVest and
won by a score of I2-10, with
West taking the second game by
a close margin.
lVIanual's Hashyb club put
North on the small end of the
score twice during the season.
Dividing the two games of
E rife, .
the season with South and beat-
ing East twice concluded a suc-
Iffon Lost Percent
South .,..... .. .... 4 .800
YVest ...... ,..,... 4 .667
North ......, ....... 2 .500
Nlanual ...,.... ,...r.. 2 .400
East ......... ....... 1 .200
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ORTH'S track team had a successful season in
placing second in the City Meet, Frank Rullo
winning first in the shot put and establishing a A i"' 6
new record of 128 feet, 6 inches. Charles McCool placed
first in the broad jumps, while Gordon Kelly took first in C C
the pole vault. George Schaefer out- a srrrt 1
distanced the other javelin throwers with
a toss that took first place. ""' "
At the Colorado University Relays Kelly, '
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McCool, and Rullo again took firsts in
their events-pole vault, broad jump, and
N discus respectively. The mile relay team
placed fourth, and two mile team also t
SHEPARD placed fourth.
Colorado College Relays found Rullo,
, ,,1 Kelly, and McCool again placing first in
:,,,, their events. The mile relay team and two
mile relay team again placing fourth.
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SCHAEFER L' KOEHLER Norman Maris took third
place in the high hurdles.
North won the 1933 Colo-
, N rado College Relays, placed
fourth in the 1934 Relays,
SM' at-M and the 1935 Relays found
them in third place.
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According to the predicted score, North
was to lose its first game with VVestg however,
a scrappy, determined team of fellows stepped
out on the field and outplayed West. Neither
team could put across Z1 touchdown during the
entire game, thus ending it in a 0-O tie. Vogel
was the outstanding lineman, and Rocchio was
the outstanding back. In the second game ,
with lVest, North had the breaks
against themg and play after play
was called back, one time after a
touchdown had been scored.
PAULUS ' BUXTCN
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North beat East
each time they beat
ball bounced OH the
The heady work of
wide awake playing
caught it and ran for a -touchdown.
twice in one season and
them by a clean margin.
East's fullback, plus the
of Sidell, gave North its
in the second game. The
East player's head. Sidell
North opened up its classy lateral passing
attack against the South Rebels, trouncing
them to the tune of 20 to 0, in the first game
with every player turning in a good perform-
ance. In the second game the Rebels were a
different club, and North barely won in the
last three minutes of play by the unusual hard
charging of the line and hard hitting of full-
Sco'r'r Ovskrrm Juno
These are the fellows that keep the
:first team hustling. They are all pros-
pects for next year's team.
The Sophomore squad won the city
championship this year. Every member
of the squad is a prospect for next year's
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North's netmen, consisting of Eskild- The Golf team composed of six mem-
son, Reed, Schwartz, and Oppenlzmder, bers completed an interesting season at
enjoyed a very successful season. All City Park Golf Course.
four members earned letters.
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The swimming team entered the meet
with no practice and fared very well
Having no place to practice in prepara-
tion of the active season, this team im-
proved every game. The games were all
played at Mammoth Garden Rink.
our lmndred Ilxrre
HE Viking wrestlers won the city championship for the second year, placing
five men on the All City teamg namely, Maul, heavyweightg Miner, 175 lbs.g
Kauth, 155 lbs.g Wixiterbourlie, 135 lbs.3 Harvard, 95 lbs.
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HEADS OF SPORTS
Since the organization of two athletic clubs this year, six girls from each club have
acted as heads of the various sports.
llflonica Hebert was proclaimed Ten-
nis Champion this year after defeating
Deck Tennis proved one of the most
popular among the list of sports.
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Fifty teams struggled for the Soccer The girls found a great deal of pleas
Championship this year. The season ure in Volleyball. Fifty-nine teams, re
finally ended with Hawaii and Okla- ceiving their names from doctors, en
homa victors of their respective leagues. thusiastically enjoyed the season.
one hundred :ix
On the diamond, under the hot sun,
sixty indoor teams, named after cities, are
fighting for championship, as the Annual
goes to press.
Basketball season was filled with close
competition. Bing C r o s b y, Helen
Hayes, Lanny Ross, Ozzie Nelson, Ben
Bernie, lylajor Bowes, and Gracie Allen
were winning teams.
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A Message From the Club Presidents
fl will o' the 'wisp is happiness:
It can't be bought or sold.
lts 'value true is measureless-
Alike to young and old.
It's found in the hand ofyour fellow men
11's found in work and play.
It's not in 'whht you make by plan,
But how you Ii-ve each day.
To those who'd know the hearlening glow
Whiclz comes from simple things,
With us join hands to live and grow,
flnd learn the joy it brings.
Uur aim is sounds if will abound
In rules -which point the way
To happiness that can be found
In laughter, song, and play.
NIAKGFERITE CARLsoN, JAMES HUGHES, CuAR1.o1'rE Mona, I1'lROLD HOLMES, ESTHER FERN XVALTER, CECIL
SCHEFFEL, Evx-:LVN XVATKINS, Dz:LnER'r PA1'roN, Down: XVINTER, FRANCES MAXAM, BARBARA BATES, IVIADGE Tono,
IO!-I PICCGLA, SILVIO DAVIA. BETTY CQBURN, LYNN Al.BERS, JACK Honsobr, Huco ESKILDSON, JACK HAYES, CHARLES
RANDALL, LENORE GELLER. NIARCELLA jfxcons, GEOKGENE LIIICHAEL, Vxuomm wlTlNiER.
one hunzlrrd thirteen
HE Student Council founded in 1928, acting as the advisory body to discuss
plans for more efficient handling of student affairs, now consists of twenty-two
members-five ex-officio members and full year and half year presidents of
each grade. The editor of the North Star, President of Norsemen, All Girls' League,
National Honor Society and the Annual Board constitute the ex-officio members.
The members of the 1935-36 student council are: Herbert Prouty, President of
the Senior Classg Bill Kistler, President of the Junior Classy Roy Owen, President of
the Sophomore Class, John Kauth, President of the Norsemeng Cleo Crane, President
of the All Girls' League, Hugo Eskildson, President of the National Honor Society:
George Eichler, Editor of the North Star, Silvio Davia, Ex-editor, Frank Bishop,
President of the Annual Board, VVilbur Rocchio, Principal's Representative.
The half year boy presidents are: Al Krebs, 12Ag Hugo Eskildson, l2Bg Dan
lVilliams, IIA, David Reynolds, IIB, Bob Decola, l0Ag Glen Harvey, IOB. The
half year girl presidents are: Ann Hartman, 12Ag lVIonica Hebert, IZB: hflargaret
VViner, IIA, Olga Cambor, IIB, Dixie lyfae lVIcCarthy, IOAQ Pauline Reddish, IOB.
The first business of the council was the sponsorship of the safety campaign under
the direction of lVIr. Borst. One week was set aside to practice safety measures, to hear
talks by the lylayor and the Maiiager of Safety and Excise, and also to see films dealing
with the safety problem.
The council took action against secret organizations comprised wholly or partly
of public school students, which hold secret functions contrary to state laws. The
council hopes that the good work begun will cause the disbanding of all such organiza-
on! h Illldffd fnurlrrn
M'R. Boksr. WVILBKIR Roccluo, YIERBERT Pkouwv, CLEO CRANE
ANN HMLTMAN, jeux KAUTH, GEORGE EICIILER, OLGA CAMBOR
S11,vxo D.XX'lA, BILL Klsru-zx, AIARGARET WYINER, Ax. Kklzns
l'Il'G0 ESKILDSON, Moxxux H1inEkT, DAN wll.Ll.KAlS, FRANK Bxsnor
one humlrnl Mtn'-n
ll Girls' League
Prrsidrnt, CLEO CRANE: Serretary, MARGUERITE CARLSON.
Exerutim- Committee: ANN HARTM.-XN, MARIE BYLER, lVl0NICA HEEERT, DORIS GOODSON, MARGARET
xvlNER, EVELYN Nici-roms, OLGA CAMBOR, BEVERLY PETERSON, DIXIE MAE MCCARTHY,
ELEANORE PASTORE, PAULINE REDDISH, DOROTHY PmLr.rPs.
HE purpose of the All Girls' League is to lend the thoughts of the girls ro the
highest ideals of honor, courage, and womanhoodg every girl who enters North
High automatically becomes a member.
The League sponsors three functions during the year: A play, "The Christmas
Carol," presented at Christmas, n mother-daughter tea given in the spring, and the
Senior Girls' Farewell at the close of school in June.
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Consulm, SiLvlo D.-xvm and Bern' Conuxug Cvnsor, CHMLINE AYLOR.
FFICERS to the S. P. Q. R., North's Latin Club, were chosen at an election
similar to a Roman one in detail. The toga-clad candidates culminated a week
of colorful and extensive campaigning with speeches before the club. North's
organization honored Horace with a meeting featuring some of Horace's works.
One of the six meetings was a St. Valentine's Day party at which members ex-
changed valentines written in Latin.
The Virgilian Latin students presented the last program of the year. Visitors and
members of the club alike enjoyed the meeting. - K d
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The North Star
cc NAIL on, and on, and on!" urged the hardy Norsemen as the "ever constant"
North Star hoisted the anchor and took off to a season filled with worthwhile
and interesting activities, last fall.
Numerous contests with appropriate prizes kept subscribers looking forward to
future editions. Campaigns for promotion of peace, safety, friendship, posture, and
many school activities, were successfully carried through. The staff attempted to give
full support to every school activity-plays, socials, dances, publications, and clubs.
An all-city Press Conference marked the height of the busy season with North as
Chairman and South as host. The morning of April 4 was devoted to panel discussions
on the subject "What is news for today's high school paper?" Famous Colorado authors
attracted over two hundred to the Press Conference banquet that night at the Argonaut
hotel. Such personalities as Mrs. Marion Castle, lVIr. Arthur Carhart, Mrs. Lenore
Weber, and Ann Halliday were among the speakers.
Several chan es were inaugurated in the policv of the North Star during the year.
Among other thin ,, a new three column head plate replaced the old five column plate.
The sport page was given a plate and mast head of its own. "A North Star in every
home" was adopted as a campaign objective.
Unfaltering effort on the part of the staff members, assisted by the reporters,
enabled the North Star to keep in the heavens and climbing. Ruth Norris and Bill
Holmes were present at every staff meeting, conference and evening for work from
September through June. Theiioyalty was an to others of the staff.
one lmmlrrd eightrrn
TJALCARD. SYLVIO DAVIA, GEORGE EICYILPLR, Mk. Pumrs
Noluus, BILL I'i0LMES, BxLL COLT, XHVXAX ALLEN
uns. CARL Nsuxms, BILL EATON. Esrmtk THORPIZ
Ln, Runlivcr XVASLEY, NV,u'xx PIALL, lfkulmx Drnlx
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HE Annual Board is one of the most closely connected groups in the school.
VVorking for a common purpose-a supreme year-book-there is a unity and
good fellowship that spring only from cooperation. Each one has a special
duty, but the majority of the work is carried on by the group.
There is another phase of working on the Annual. Less tangible, yet more lasting,
is the value of contacts made with business firms, faculty members, and even fellow
students-as prospective buyers. Contracts, interviews, and other methods of negotia-
tion in the business world play an important part in life out of school. Actual ex-
perience is still a very good professor, and this we obtain by working on the Board.
Long hours of work are fully compensated for by the knowledge that we have been
making a yearbook which will be a record as a permanent representative of the Class of
Under the sponsorship of Bliss Hester M. Smith, the members of the board started
plans in November. The burden of publishing the Annual was greatly eased by the
removal of selling responsibility, which was assumed by Mr. Carl Utterback and his
salesmen. The work of producing the couplers, which add so much to the charm of our
book, was taken over by Miss Ella Sehenck, and her creative writing classes. Our
attractive art work was, as usual, produced by the talented students of the art depart-
ment, under the direction of Miss Eddah Hillier.
The board wishes to express its appreciation for all the help it- has received from
both the student body and the faculty, in making the 1936 Viking a success.
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Pr-efdeni. Msncurxurs CARLSONQ Fire President, Donor:-rm SPALLONEQ Secretary, Esrrisx
ONSTOTTQ Treasurer, Bern' Commxg Sponsor, Miss EDDAH HILLIER.
HE success of the Art Club in the past year has proved that art is inspirational.
The program committee, under the Chairmanship of lVIargery Roberts and Bill
Champion has furnished such meetings as a discussion of Leonardo Da Vinci,
a caricature contest, a sketching party, a talk on Commercial Art by Mrs. Gretchen
lVIelton, and a meeting devoted to the study of American Portrait and Landscape Artists.
During the Christmas season, the Art Club made toys for the Marjory Reed Mayo
Nursery and favors for the Fitzsimons Hospital.
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President, TILLIE WEISBARTQ Vice President, VIRGINIA FERRY: Secretary, KATE HORNQ
Treasurer, MARVIN APPELQ Sponsor, MR. E. W. SMITH.
O develop a better understanding of business, interesting and inspiring speakers
have been invited to address the club. One of the most stimulating was Mr.
Benjamin Lampert, a graduate of North, who spoke on life insurance and
Un another occasion, Mr. Shroyer, from the Placement Bureau of the School of
Commerce, talked on How To Get a Job."
Membership in the Club is attained only by those who are at least 11-A pupils and
who are students in one or more of the various commercial courses ollered.
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President, joe Piccoimxg Fire President, Ross SUTLEYQ Snr-eta:-y, Vicrox Bocoiog
Trea.rurer, JOE Crm.
HE main purpose of the Italian Club is to create a deeper interest in Italian
literature, music, and art.
This semester much of the club activitv was directed toward the roduction
of the play entitled "Dante E Beatrice," which was given in Italian and acclaimed a
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HE purpose of the French Club is to create an interest in the study of French
and to render what service it can to the school.
This year thc club staged three plays, "Page the VVife," "La Surprise
D'lsidore" and "Rosalie,"
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FAUSTINE Bixcag Serretnry, STELIA BACAQ
Treasurer, JAMES SVVEENEYQ Sponsor, MRS.
HE Spanish club, organized for
the purpose of giving students a
i better knowledge of the Spanish
language, is entertained every three
weeks by a program of Spanish songs,
plays, dances, and talks on Spanish cus-
toms. The fiesta, held each spring, aims
to accomplish these ends as well as to
encourage the idea of Pan-Amerieanism
by pageants and representations of the
various countries, to give a little
knowledge of Cervantes and his
"Quixote," and to present a bronze medal
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HE Social Hour Committee
arranges more enjoyable social
hours. The group, sponsored by
hir. Lloyd Collins, acts as host to the
The social hours this year were well
attended, with music furnished by Allen
Vander VVeyden's orchestra.
Names of Committee members are:
llflr. Jordan Bliss Weblw
llliss llflelbourne llr. Flaniken
lX'Iiss Kathleen Dawson
Herbert Prouty Madge Todd
Bill Kisler john Kauth
Georgene lVIichael Hugo Eskildson
Cleo Crane Roy lVIoore
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Girl ' Hi Y
President, BARBARA BATES, Vive-President, FRANCES MAXAMQ Secretary, HELEN Sco'r'rg
Treasurer, MARY Roovg Sponsor, Miss Lois DAVVSON.
O cultivate higher ideals among the girls of North, to develop personality, good
scholarship, clean living, clean thought, and clean company so that each girl will
be of service to her God, her country and her school is the purpose of the
The Girls' Hi-Y, although just recently organized, has proved more than successful
in its activities during the past year.
The thirty-five members engaged in Social Service Work throughout the com-
munity during the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. In serving others the Girls'
Hi-Y hopes to attain its ideals. Throughout the year, speakers representing civic and
other organizations addressed the club on topics of interest to the girls. A "lVIother-
Alumni Tea" at which one hundred guests were entertained, made a colorful addition
to the club's social activities. The annual candy sale, held at the Senior Literary Society
play, was an outstanding financial success.
A dinner planned with the Hi-Y Boys was a fitting climax to the year's activities.
The girls prepared the program and the boys arranged for the speaker who was lkliss
Doris Coleman, an exchange teacher from England who is teaching at West.
Oflicers for the following year were elected in April. The new officers were:
President, Esther Onstottg Vice President, Bernice Roebkeg Secretary, Antoinette
Crier, Treasurer, Louise lvlarshall. The installation of officers at the next meeting
was an impressive affair of stately tradition.
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R r Boys' Hi-Y
Preridenz, Davin Wmreitg Fire President, S1Lv1o Dfxvmg Secretary, JEAN THIBODEAUQ
Treasurer, BILL Sneranng Sponsor, Mn. E. A. CUMMINGS.
HE Boys' Hi-Y promotes high ideals and stimulates strength of social pursuits
which build personality and higher living. Members pledge themselves to
create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high
standards of Christian character with the creed of clean living, clean speech, clean
athletics, and clean scholarship.
The North Hi-Y Club is afliliated with the Hi-Y fellowship of Colorado and of
the United States in cooperation with the Young Men's Christian Association.
The club meets every lVIonday evening at 5 :45 for dinner, followed by the business
of the evening and a discussion or address by a prominent speaker.
The first Monday of the month, the club meets at the Y. M. C. A. The third
llionday the All City Hi-Y is held at VVest High giving the members an opportunity
to associate with boys from the other high schools. The second and fourth Mondays,
the club meets at North Side Churches. The organization engages in social service work
throughout the year. A pot-luck lunch planned with the Hi-Y girls, was successfully
conducted in the spring.
llflembers of the club have entered enthusiastically and spiritedly into the activities
which the club endeavors to promote, and have made the club a successful enterprise
Once a year the State Hi-Y Conference is held at Boulder. North's Hi-Y,
together with clubs from all over the state, was well represented this year.
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Maxwell Histor Club
President, LYNN Arnensg Fire President, J. MAC BAKERQ Secretary, NIARCELLA jaconsg
Treasurer, THELMA Sixrmog Sponsor, Mn. Lfxwiumciz lNlARSHALL.
HE Maxwell History Club was formed in 1920 to further interest in history, to
observe the national holidays, to make more pupils familiar with the government,
and to establish a sense of order and cooperation. i
Among its many activities are the assemblies in observation of patriotic holidays.
lllaxwell talent provides enjoyable programs at meetings every three weeks.
Each year Maxwell sponsors a banquet followed by a historical play written by a
member. This year the play entitled "The Lost Causef' was written by Dorothy
Hoberg and Lorrainne Cash.
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President., CHARLES RANnALLg Vice President. GEORGE Sreisig Serretnry, BARBARA BOUSMANQ
Treasurer, BE1'rY Fum-'onng Sergeantx-at-arms, joe KENNEDY' and CLIFFORD COLMAN.
INCE 1915, when the Scientific Society was organized with fifteen charter mem-
bers, its membership has rapidly increased. Today, one hundred students, inter-
ested in science, form the club.
The Society emphasizes scientific facts that cannot be brought up in class, such as:
spontaneous combustion, burning under water, super-saturated solutions and a discus-
sion on heavy water.
Members of the Scientific Society have found the organization highly beneficial
and educational because of the interest created in science and the opportunity to
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Give this bit of wood re-birth.
Guard it as you would a duty,
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AST year marked the inauguration
of Norscript, a literary booklet
whose purpose is to stimulate crea-
tive writing and provide opportunity for
students to see their work in print.
Although sponsored by the creative writ-
ing classes, Norscript is a school publica-
tion, giving any student interested in
writing, the opportunity to gain recogni-
don. Even graduatestudentsxnay have
their compositions published in the sec-
tion of the book called "Alumni Voices."
Editor-in-chief .................. NIARGARET SYLVESTER
rflsmriatr Editor: .... MARY LoU NIIXER, VERLA
TRASK, ADA SANDERS, MARGARET BENTON
Biuiness Illanager ..... . .......,........ PAULINE LYDAY
Auistanl Brxsinesr Manager: .... JACK ANGELL,
Publicity Manager ..........,........... JOHN RAMSELL
flssislarlt Publicity Managers ...,........ HERBERT
CONOVER, ESTHER Tr-1oRPE, BEN HOLDSWORTH
Sponsor .........,.,...........,........ Miss ELLA SCHENCK
our hundred thirty-thru
Webster Gratoii al Society
President, Huoo Esxiwsoug Vin Prexident, FRANKLIN LONGWELLQ Serretary, BE1'rY jo Doocsg
Treasurer, LEONARD GIBBONSQ Corresponding Serrelary, JACQUELINE EMERYQ
Sponsor, Miss Mama V. LENDRUM.
MERGING from a busy and enjoyable season, Webster Oratorical Society pauses
to congratulate itself upon its large representation in inter-school speaking
activities this year. Much enthusiasm was shown for debate, and many Webster-
ites were active in the Denver University Speech conference.
The purpose of Webster is to encourage speech activities throughout the school
and to crystallize the growing interest in speech arts. Emphasis is placed upon the
modern, conversational type of speaking, rather than the table-pounding, ear-splitting
roars of orators in days gone by.
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EBATING held a prominent ce in special activities this year. National and
international problems were met with equal ability by North's debaters.
The three questions debated were: Resolved: That, the several states
should enact legislation providing for a system of complete medical care available to all
citizens at public expense. Resolved: That Congress shall have the power to override
the decisions of the Supreme Court by a three-fourths majority vote of both houses.
Resolved: That the United States should actively support any plan of the League of
Nations to keep peace in the Italo-Ethiopian crisis.
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partans of Sport
Prerident, GEORGENE Mic!-mer, Vife President, KATHRYN MICHAEL? Serretary, MARGERY Roruskrsg
Treasurer, HELEN BRISCOE.
HE Spartans of Sport was organized in 1935, with a membership of seven girls.
It is under the sponsorship of lVIrs. Dunkin, and celebrating its first anniversary
with thirty-five members.
The purpose of the club is: to interest all girls in North athleticsg teach good
sportsmanship, and back up all school activities. A main activity is Posture Week,
when a posture contest is held.
The sports in which every girl participates are: soccer, volley ball, skating, basket-
ball, deck tennis, indoor and track.
Llany social events are held yearly including a Christmas Party, tea for officers
and sponsors of all Denver High School athletic organizations, Playday, when twenty
girls from each high school participate, and various luncheons during the year.
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Girls' Ath etic Society
President, FRANCES Maxfxmg Vice Presidenl, ANN HARTMANQ Serretary, CHARLINE FREDERICK,
Treasurer, CHARLOTTE Momz.
HE Girls' Athletic Society, one of the oldest clubs at North High, was organized
in 1921 under the sponsorship of Mrs. Elizabeth Sheldon. Miss Edith Brittain,
the present sponsor, succeeded lVIrs. Sheldon, in 1924. The members of G. A. S.
have always been girls who were outstanding, not only in athletics, but also in other
activities in the school and who have continued to show their qualities of leadership
after graduation. Such girls as Maida Peyton, Margaret Kunsmiller, Virginia Sink,
June Akin, and Edith Jane Sturgeon were at one time members of G. A. S.
This year G. A. S. has changed the requirements for admission into the club from
350 points in athletics to 500 points, and is trying to maintain a high standard in
athletics and to promote good sportsmanship among the girls.
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R. O. T. C.
Reserve Gflieers' Training Corps
I-IE installation of a Junior Unit of the R. O. T. C. at North, took the place of
the Cadet Company of former years.
The objective of the R. O. T. C. is to train the students mentally and
nlwsicallv. Disei line and self-control are em hasized.
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HE purpose of the Pep Club is to represent North in parades and school pro-
grams. This year in their new purple and gold uniforms, the members led the
students spiritedly in cheers and songs.
The drill team represented the club in unusual formations at the football games.
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HE annual presentation of the Black lkiasque Dramatic Society was "The
VVonder Hat," an amusing farce, cleverly staged with an impressionistic set.
The production was a complete success. The play was directed by Miss
Katherine Anne Ommaney. The club also presented the play "Once Too Often," at
the Viking Varieties.
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The side-splitting farce, "Tons of Money," under
the direction of Miss Katherine Anne Ommanney,
was both an artistic and financial success.
The cast included:
Elsie Mae NVelmb, Ada Aiello. Hester Smith,
Mattie Vie Lendrnm, Chester S. Phelps, Carl
Prior, Gerald Lacey, Paul Hill, Justin
Brierly, and jean Varian. Prompter,
Florence Harper. Properties, Myrna C.
Laliley, Lillian Duel' and W'illiam C. Twieg.
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HE purpose of the Riusic Club is to further music appreciation and to provide
entertainment for the school as a whole. The operetta presented by the club,
was an outstanding success. The club also took an active part in the "Viking
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LL members of e Senior Class are eligible to join the Senior Llterarx boeietx
The organizatio aims at the literary and musical impim ement of its members
ln celebration f the Riark Twain Centenary,
Society play, the world epowned classic, "Tom Sawyer
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HE Philatelic Society, w sed in membership, has had a busy year.
An activity of UIILISLIZIEEEEZIJCSI W. a personally conducted trip through the
Post Office. K
'I he high spot of x . r since the founding of the club, eight years ago, is the
annual stamp exhlb his year the Potato Tax Stamps have been selected for
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President, GEORGE Wexrzg Serretary, Epvum BENNETTQ Treasurer, ALVIN SCI-IVVARTZQ
Sponsor, Miss EMMA Ecxsk,
HE purpose of the club is to stimulate interest in the language and culture of the
German people, and also to provide an outlet for talent found among the
The outstanding program is the Christmas program at which time a Christmas
play, carols, and gifts are presented, followed by refreshments.
Through the efforts of the club, the value and charm of German is impressed upon
its members, and they are made to feel that German is a Worth while language to study
and is a valuable preparation for other educational pursuits.
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President, KATHERINE MICH.REL: Sevretary, Doao1-Hia SPALLONEQ Sponsor, Miss LILLIAN Duma.
HE purpose of the Viking Sister organization is to foster a spirit of understanding
and companionship between the younger and older girls of the school.
Nfembers are chosen from among the senior girls on the basis of character
A party is given at the beginning of each semester for the entering girls. The
purpose of this function is to acquaint the girls with each other.
The Viking Sisters serve in the All Girls' League Room and help in the ofiice. The
organization has been of great assistance to the school.
our hundnwl forty-.fix
First .semester President, CLEO CRANE, Serond semester President, Vmcmm VVITMERQ
Spunsorx, Miss JEAN Iucensou. and Mn. E. A. CUMMINGS.
HE Welfare Committee receives and sells text-books at the beginning of each
semester. No commission is charged, and money for carrying on the work
is obtained from the sale of donated books.
The present members are: Cleo Crane, Virginia VVitmer, Frances lVIaxam,
Margery Self, Violet Corbett, lVIary Frances Hartman, Saralee Sunshine, Elaine
Scouler, Kate Horn, jane Goodman, Charline Aylor, Josephine Wolfe, Ruth Cohen,
Eleanor Vaseen, Thelma Saling, Edith Varian, Laura YVarshauer, Rowena Anderson,
Ruth Scouler, Ruth Englund, and lVIarie Byler.
Nominations for this committee are made by home room teachers, considering
especially scholarship, character, and eagerness for service.
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Sergeant-at-arms. CARMEN SUTLYQ Spomorx, COACH JACK EVANS, COACH BURWELL MoLEs.
HE HD" Club was organized in 1924 to promote school athletics and a high
standard of inter-scholastic school sports. The members of the club are com-
posed of those men who have earned their letter in a sport at North.
The "D" Club held its initiation for the new members January 10 in the boys
On hlarch seventh, the Fourth Annual "D" Club Basketball Sport Dance was
held in the boys! gymnasium, providing a colorful climax to the year.
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NAMES OF PUPILS
Adair, Morris C31
Adams, Marion CI1
Agler, Janet C61
Akers. Bill CI1
Alberico, Angelina C31
Albers, Lynn C41
Allen, Vivian C21
Andrews, Lola 'C 1
Arnett, Dorothy C21
Ash, John CI1
Atkinson, Dorothy C61
Aylor, Charline C41
Baker, Marion C21 , .
Baney, Clair C21
Barcua, Delbert C31
Bamett. Eileen CI1
Bates, Esther 'C21
Be-hrensmeyer, Erns CI1
Bellwood, Jesse CI1
Bement, Margaret CI1
Benson. Lilly CI1
Berlze, Avis CI1
Bernstein, Robert CI1
Bieler. Wilma CI1
Bischod. Martin C21
Bloom, Lucille C21
Blumberpz. Emanuel CI1
Bobrick, Mar? C31
Bock. Paul C 1
Bousman. Barbara C31
Brown, Erna Kay C31
Bruno, ,Utne C I1
Bullen. arguerite C 41
Bush, Violet C31
Byler. Marie 'C31
Calabrese, Helen C I1
Capps, Lorraine CI1
Carlson, Elvie CI1
Carlson, Marguerite C31
Carlson, Roy C31
Carmichael, Ann CI1
Cash, Lorraine C31
Champion, Harriet CI1
Clark, Charlene 'C I1
Qrburn, Betty C51
Coggan. Morton CI1
Cohen, Ruth C41
Coleman, Jim CI1
Colmaa ?i?'?gd C41
Corbett, Violet C51
Corney. lean C21
Covillo, Eileen 'C21
Crane, Geo C31
Ganor, Doroth C21
Crelly, Walter I I1
Cribbs, Ellen CI1
Crier, Antoinette C41
Gosswhite, Doris CI1
Crosswhite, Esther C I1
Davia, Silvio C41
Davis, Nadine 'C41
Delavan, George CI1
DiTerro. John C I1
Ditson, Christopher C21
Dull, Wilda C51
Dye, Frances C I1
Eaker, Helen CI1
Eaton, Bill C51
TO WHOM SCHOLARSHIP PINS HAVE BEEN AWARDED
THE FIRST SEMESTER OF 1935-1936
Ellis Margaret C21
Emery Jacqueline C21
Emeson Sidney CI1
Englund Ruth C21
Ennis Frances C31
Entner Nathan CI1
Evans, Velma Lee C31
Eyerly Carmen C21
Fallrco Irene C2
Fallrco Isabel C
Fantone John CI1
Faubion, Richard CI1
Feinberg, Bernice C51
irebaugh, Kenneth C51
Fitzgerald, Lucretia C31
Flucken, John 'C21 I
Frszzini, Bert C51
Fricke, Roger CI1
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Friedholm, Lillian CI1
Fry, Margaret C31
Geller, Lenore C5
Edwards, Lola Ethel C I1
Elgin, Bob 'C21
Elliott. Laura Lee CI1
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re, Shirley CI1
Greer, Edward C21
Grilfel, Helen CI1
Gulinson. Joe CI1
Hack, Eileen C I1
Hage, Doris C31
Hamilton, Betty C 31
Hancock, Robert 'C l 1
Handler, Sylvia C41
Haney, Elaine CI1
Hanks, Cathryn C21
Harman, Jayne CI1
Hartman, Mary C51
Hartong, Allan C I1
Hebert, Monica C31
Hen'shaw, John C I1
Henry, Edith' I1
ic s, acque me CI1
I man. BUSY
Holdswofth, Ben C31
Holmes, Harold C 31
Houghton. Fred CI1
Hubkcy, Alberta C I1
Huggins, Henry 'C 31
Hughes, Margery C I1
Hunter, Harold CI1
Hutchinson, Janice CI1
Iryine, Mollie C21
Jack, Virginia CI1
Jacobs, Marcella C41
Janison, David CI1
Johnson, Laiiretta C21
Johnson, Roy 'C I1
Johnson, Russell CI1
lustman, Robert C41
Kass, Albert C11
Karsh, Helen C31
Kepler, Roy CI1
Kilday, Helen C I1
Kippur. Irving C21
Koch, Esther CI1
Krebs Albert C21
Larson, Lee C31 we
Laspe, Charles C31
Lett, Pearl C51
Levitt, Bemard CI1
Lindsey, Nadine CI1
Lukton, Rose C I1
Lyday, Pauline CI1
McCarthy, Dixie C21
McColl, June CI1
McCombs, Rollin C31
McKibben, Mildred C31
McKindley, Betty C51
McMahon, Irene C I1
Maiden. Betty CI1
Mains, Edna C41
Marchesi, Eugene CI1
Marcus, Allerfe C31
Marshall, Louise 'C31
Masters, Franklin C41
Maul, Eugerge, C21
Maurer, Erin C21
Mayhew, Hazel C31
Michael, Georgene C41
Michael. Kathryn C51
Mohr, Cnarlotte C 31
Morgan, Donald 'C41
Morgan. Dorothy CI1
Moritz, Dorothy C31
Mote, Morris C31.
Mumford, Marjorie C21
Nacke, Frank C21
Nacke, Marion C51.
Narraci, Anna Marie CI1
Nicholson. Dorothy CI1
Nieman. Bernice 'CI1
Norris, Ruth C31
Obrecht, Zola C32
Onstott, Esther 41
Overton. Margery CI1
Orrino, Fred CI1
Ownbey, Howard C21
P , A 'n C31
Perkins, Georgia CI1
Perlmutter, Herrnma 'C31
Perlmutter, Jake C31
Pfohl, George CI1
Phillips, Aleyne C31
Phillips, Betty CI1
Phillips, Dorothy CI1
Piccola, Joe C31
P ' M CI1
kter, Walter C31
amer. Victor 'C21
Raylield, Ruth C12
Reddish, Pauline I1
Reedy, Forrest CI1
Reno, Herbert CI1
Reynolds, David C21
Rewinlrel, Merwyn CI1
Richards, Marie C31
Richardson, Virginia CI1
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Rivara, Juanita 'C21
Rix, Virginia CI1
Roberts, Edna CI1
Roberta, Margery C I1
Roebke, Bemice C31
Rollo, Rosemary CZ1
Ross, Lillian C 31:
Rotolante, Fran CI1
Rugg, Allen C41
Rullo, Lucille 'C21
Russell, Dorothy C31
Rutkowslci, Geraldine CI1
Saling, Thelma C41
Schmuck, Howard C61
Schreiber, Ed C21
Scott, Roger CI1
Soouler, Elaine C51
Scduler, Ruth C21
Seaman. Dorothy C31
Seeley, Cleo C41
Shearer, James C21
Shelby, Robert CI1
Shepard, Billy C61
Sidel, Louise C21
Simmons, Dorothy C31
Slade, Doris CI1
Slater, Marion CI1 A
Slusher, Dorothy 'CI1
Spallone, Dorothea C61
Spaulding, Marcia C31
Starke, Bob CI1
gtarlce, Harriet 5C31
Swanson, Ann CI1
Srymons. Lester 'C31
ate, Adeline CI1
Taylor, Shirley C21
Temple, Leona CI1
Towne, Pauline C I1
Traxler. lack C21 -
Turpen, Elsie C21
Tuttle, Nmamae CI1
Vallero, Marie C I1
VancampvLinoolrf 'C I1
Va er e den. Allen C5
Vaseen 'eanor C41
Vicksm n, Pauline CI1
Volpi, Clyde C41
Waggener, Mary'Lou C21
Walden, Mayne C21
Walker,yLill n'C 31
Walter, Esther C31
Walther, Ethan C31
Wasley, Robert C 51
Weisbart, Tillie C51
W rtz, Geor C21 -
Wickenhauser, Leonard C I
Witti, Lillie C I1
Wolfe, Josephine C51
Wyatt, Gertgsle CI1
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Zaler, Jdrlotte C21
The Girls' Sight Reading Contest
HE finals in the Girls' Sight Reading Contest were held January
16, 1935. All the girls read with great credit, but the prize
pin was given to the senior reader, Ruth Rayfield, whose
reading was outstanding.
1 9 I 6 Oratorical Contest
I HE class of 1916 Cratorical Contest, sponsored by the Webster
Oratorical Society was won this year by J. Mac Baker and
Charlotte Mohr. The medal, made possible through a gift
by the Class of 1916, was awarded to J. Mac Baker. Both winners
represented North in the Shafroth Extemporaneous Speech Contest.
Sons of the American Revolution Contest
OR the first time in several years, North won first prize in the
State essay contest conducted annually by the Sons of the
American Revolution. The subject this year was "James
Madison 5 Do His Ideas Dominate Our Republic." A twenty-dollar
prize and gold medal were awarded to Anne Pape, who read her essay
at the annual banquet of the organization.
N the competitive examinations, conducted semi-annually by the
American Association of Teachers of Spanish, the medal for the
first semester was won by Cathryn Hanks, a member of the
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l7f-Tramp Tramp The Boys Are Marching-R. O. T. C.
20-Hail You Vikings Wearers Of The Gold-Drill Team.
24-Bend' Down Sister-Viking Sister Party.
.V 26--You Are My Lucky Star-First Issue of North Star.
28-Norsemen Away-Football Season Opens.
V 3-School Days School Days-Back to School Nite.
15-What's The Reason Pm Not Pleasin' You--Report Cards.
19-Parlez Moi d'Amour-French Club Dance.
21-I'm A Little Big Shot Now-Black Masque Members.
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28-Don't Give Up The Ship-Navy Day.
Q 6-I'd Rather Listen To Your Eyes-1916 Speech Contest.
7-8-I Feel Like A Feather In The Breeze--Vacation.
ll-I Love A Parade-Armistice Day. .
28-Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow-Thanksgiving.
30--About A Quarter To Nine---Football Dance.
5-The Panic Is On-First Social Hour.
9-Ev'ry Day-Posture Week.
20-Carol, Brother, Carol-Christmas Play.
20-At Last--Christmas Vacation.
31-Silent Night--New Year's Eve.
3-Please Lend Your Little Ear-Shafroth Contest.
4-I Put All My Eggs In One Basket-Basketball Season.
ll-Go Into Your Dance-Viking Varieties.
16-Without A Word of Warning-Girls Sight Reading Contest.
24-You Let Me Down-Semester Ends.
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7-I'm Gonna Clap My Hands-French Club Play.
14-Little Bit Independent-Viking Sister Party.
21--Words Without Music-Kiwanis Contest.
22-There's Something About A Soldier--Cadet Ball.
28-29--We're In The Money-Faculty Play.
7-Let's Face The Music And Dance--D Club Dance.
9-Star Dust-Music Club Matinee.
18-Once In A Life Time-Talk by Dr. N aismith.
19-You Gotta Know How To Dance-Last Social Hour
20-If You Were Mine--Scholarship Pins Given.
20LEeny Meeny Miney Mo-Senior Lit. Play.
9-The Lady Dances-Spanish Fiesta.
ll-Chasing Shadows-Black Masque Matinee.
17-Lovely Lady-Italian Play.
27-Honor-Bound-National Honor Society.
24-I Don't Want To Make History-Maxwell Play.
2-That Never To Be Forgotten Night-Senior Prom.
4-Tea For Two-Mother-Daughter Tea.
7-8-Cling To Me-Stamp Exhibit.
21-22-23-You Hit The Spot-Senior Class Play.
27-'Till We Meet Again-Senior Girls Farewell.
28-I'll Never Forget You-Junior Prom. u
29-Anything Can Happen-Class Day:
3--That Moment of Moments-Commencement.
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