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MARIE YOUNG AVERY
Phillips Universityg Butler Universityg Art Insti-
tute of Chicagog Colorado College of Education.
Subject: Art, Art Crafts, Oil Painting, Sponsor-
ship: Art Club, National Art Honor Society
fBig Horn Chapterl.
XWILLIAINI H. AVERY
University of XX'yorning. Subject: Band and
DONALD F. AYERS
Valley City State Teachers College, Valley City,
North Dakotag Montana State Universityg Uni-
versity of Wfyoming. Subject: Boys' Physical
Education and Health. Sponsorship: Intramural
BARBARA M. BARNES
Chadron State Teachers Collegeg University of
Iowag American Conservatory of Musicg North-
western University. Subject: High School Vocal
Iowa State Teachers College. Subject: Study
Hall. Sponsorship: junior Class.
LOUIS Q. COFFIN
University of Missourig University of Denver.
Subject: Social Studies in High School, Political
Science in College,
ALBERT G. DUMONT
Iowa State Teachers Collegeg University of XVy-
oniing. Subjecti Biology, Sponsorship: Pep Club
RUBY G. ENBRY
Mississippi State College for XYomeng Denver
Universityg New Mexico State Collegeg Ameri-
can University, Oxford lfniversity, Oxford, ling-
land. Subject: Social Studies, International Af-
fairs, Business Law. Sponsorship: Advisor ot
Class of Nil.
JANE M. GORDON
Tarkio Collegeg Minneapolis Business Collegel
Kansas Universityg Gregg Collegeg University of
Southern California. Subject: Typing, Shorthand,
RUTH C. GL'YER
Hastings Collegeg University of XYyoming.
Subject: Social Studies. Sponsorship: Bron c
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These are perhaps the most cri
days ever faced by our country.
esoecially critical to you students.
'het?er or not our democracy as a way of
life, can survive depends upon yo
w ose actiJities are recorded in
1 C , ave heartiest wishes
a.ant and n o tahle dads a.e d
U 'lass of 15,1 vu 1 Nracuate and leave
vear. holc mucl hapiiness in your
to nelo ,our follow man Others
will return in order to complete courses
leading to graduation, as they realize
more and more that the world pays royal-
ties to those who are willing to invest
for o e
in themselves. Rising standards and in-
creasing rewards put a greater emphasis
on adequate preparation. Hediocrity is no
longer acceptable. The untrained are no
er sought after, as the demand is for those
who possess qualifications higher than those
Congratulations, students, faculty and
alumni of Sheridan High School, in your en-
deavor to huild this school into an insti-
tution of opoortunitv and service.
Suot. of Schools
ation. It is well that each of us makes
every effort to understand and be nreoared
for whatever may be ahead.
I am certain the students of t
willing to make any
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more imoortant than
ever. Now is
sacrifice necessary to
yourself both mentally
and physically by doing your very hest.
The degree to which you accent and fulfill
your resnonsitility will determin
amount of freedom there will he for future
generations. You have a torch to
keeo it burning trightly.
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University of Wyoming. Subject: Geology, Span-
ish, Dramatics. Sponsorship: Am'Bway National
Thespians, Rodeo Association, Co-sponsor of Los
A. M. HARTWIG
Montana State Collegeg University of Wyoming:
University of Michigang Chicago University.
Subject: Agriculture. Sponsorship: Future Farm-
ers of America.
Kearney State Teachers Collegeg University of
Coloradog University of Washington at Seattle.
Subject: English. Sponsorship: Assemblies.
Washburn College: University of Colorado. Sub-
ject: Social Studies. Sponsorship: Sophomore
MABEL B. JONES
University of Coloradog University of Chicago.
Subject: Advanced Algebra, Geometry, Trigo-
nometry. Sponsorship: Co-sponsor of National
EDWIN L. KEATING
South Dakota School of Minesg University of
Colorado. Subject: Algebra.
AGNES L. KOEHLER
New Mexico Sgate Collegeg University of Colo-
rado. Girls' Counselor. Sponsorship. Q.E,Q.
RUTH K, LARSEN, R.N.
MARY F. LEE
Indiana Universityg University uf XY"yoniing. Di-
rector of High School Cafeteria.
HELEi' . L E .
Unive of Iwi 3' T ' 4 of Colorado.
Subjec nglis nsorship Business Sponsor
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