Sterling High School - Tiger Yearbook (Sterling, CO)

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'muy 'UQ irq fufnq HHESHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH EEEHHHBHHHEHEEEHE TIGER 1928 SENIOR CLASS S 1 H hSh 1 STERLING COLORADO EEHHEHHEEHHEHHHEE HHHHHHHHEHHHHHHHHGHG I W I I I I I I I I I I I I 'I I OI I I I I I I I ' I I -F Published by - S' S I 1 ter ing ig c oo :,, . , -- HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH EEEEEEEEEEHHEEEEE o a patren! furihful and mspzrzng frxend ANNE MILLER YOUNGQUIST HEEHEEHHEHEEEEHEE DEDICATION About the year 1907 there came to Colorado from the South a young woman named Anne Llunbeth Muller a Cncorgxa belle She attended the Colorado Teachers College at Greeley and taught successxvely ln the towns of Hotchkxss Denver and Fort Morgan ln June l92l havmg mamed John Young qunst lzngmeer of logan County she came to Sterhng to lxve and has been the beloved teacher of Vocatxonal Enghsh students m Logan County Hxgh School for the past fue years HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHGHHHHHGHHHHHH XEHEEHEEHHHEEEEEHE HHHHHHHHHHHHHGHH ZgWU 1996 A Book of Arte 1977 A Book of Sczence 1978 A Book of Hzstory 979 EEHEEEEEWEEEHEHHE PREFACE o that th y m ht fully co cr the depart ments of th school the Annual Board ot 1976 de ded that the next four TIGERS should b :I senes In vxhnch the four mam departments of the I ld b h d h t n o ou p HI 1 r f 78 .1 d .1 ch IH y .1 L t n o tter I stag I ' I I I I' I--f l R ........, .1 . , ..... . . - 4 I d- e ig v 4 .' e s'ho l sm - cn .zsilc , eac in it' ur , 'I- x c of thc I9 Bo r r c s' g h'tor as A m d l. and - p t 'rn' g 'u book Q ' . ' s. 6666666666 EEE HH EEHEEE EEE CONTENTS BOOKS OF HISTORY PGI PT 66666 66666 faculru ATHFNS Muszc and Drama SPARTA Athlencs ENC! AND Orgamzarzons AMERICA Classes V MODERN HISTORY FPGIUFFS VIII UI TRA MODERN Aduernsma EHEEEEEEH EE HHH FOREWORD Htstory lS a record of the past A school annual IS a small contnbuuon to hxstory Thus annual THE 1928 TIGER attempts not only to record the events of the school year at Logan County Hugh School but to carry through the book a companson between the stages of world hxstory and the phases of school lxfe m such a way as to brmg back pleas ant memorxes when the students shall have become the alumna of the school E E q U I B 1 ' fvrvr 4-'-f Vbre V--'fA 1 Y - Im - A---"f-- -Y f- -A . . I II t I - III A - - IV I - - ROME A,.,,.,,I , , ,,,, ,... ,...., I . ..,,,, ,... . , , , Administration - I - V T- ' I W I - ll 1 - 6 l T llll r IHHHI 31 . - H 'sa T Hs i :sa sa gi T as T Q: T H r si Illulluull T la H HHHH H WEEE EEEEHEEQE THE NATIVE BISON Scarce a century ago these mighty cruisers of the plains darkened the prairies of eastern Colorado in countless herds. Harassed only occasionally by a small band of wandering lndians or by some four' footed denizen of their comparatively peaceful world they increased to countless millions. Then came the white man, bringing wanton destruction and complete annihilation to these noble beasts. So. regardless of numbers or strength, Nature again fell before the relentless conqueror. Civilization. GHGGH H363 1 9 66666 666666 66 HE HHH HHEEHHQ EEEEEEH EE HHH Tl IE SITE OF STERI ING IN 1875 'Ihc adwent of the whtte man to Colorado dad ltttle for Sterlxng unttl about l880 Up to that txme the lure of gold had taused the ttde of adun turers and homescckcrs to dtsregard the almost bar ren platns of eastern Colorado Nevertheless an occaslonal settler butlt hrs rough sod hut along the Platte Rtver and then small stttltments began to sprung up unttl finally Sterltng grew the mttropolrs mf northeastern Colorado 6 6666 6 6666666 HHGHHHHHHHHHHHHH EEEHEEEEEEEEEH E REBER HERE E THE SITE OF STERLING IN 1928 Thus as a vnew of a part of Sterlmga busmess sectxon and Court House ln l928 How much nt dxffers from the pxcture on the opposxte page' Ster lmg xs a wonderful example of what xmgatxon and reclamatxon can do for land once useless The cnty depends almost entlrely upon agnculture xts cultx vated products grown where once sagebrush and buffalo grass thrlved A population of eight or mne thousand has replaced the once empty prame HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHH HH EEE EEEEEEEEEHEEE N f E EEE EEEEHHEEEEH COMMERCE IN 1875 ln the days when Sterlmg was but a fronuer settlement the only means of frctght transportatnon was by oxcart and mule team Here on the un graded prame tratls the oxcart was supreme for many decades Many of our grandparents rode behtnd these slow moving forms of motnve power Although the oxcart was put asnde long 'ago for the tram and the automobile nevertheless tt dnd tts part to further the growth of cnvxlxzatnon HH H H6666 H . A N0yF-,,.- . - X f 2, '7 F N ' I :V .mV.i- '-H., Y, W 'fr - , - -r . ' ,. 'RJ VA U I - l I v l l l l 1 - X - l - 1 I ' . 1 ' . s HHHHHHHHHHHH EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE HEEEHEEHEHEEHEHH INDUSTRY IN 192 8 At one tnme the mhabntants of Logan County ransed wheat for thenr bread corn for thenr cereals and sheep for then' woolen goods As the popula tnon mcreased an xndustnal revolution took place wnth the sugar beet lndustry as nts most stnlung example Annually the tmmense sugar factory turns out from forty to Efty thousand bags of sugar whmch are used not only locally but from coast I0 5035! 6 HHHHHHHHH 666666666666 EHHEEEEEHEEHEHEEE HISTORY OF EGYPT Your waste of yellow barren desert sand Your frownmg pyramzds your sphznx s smrle Whose trodden race knew Pharaoh s xron hand O Egypt wzth your long green pregnant Nrle L0 And now the Englzsh glove you bechon me But Thar I my questxon to a sphrnx may ply And look to Thaxs land hy? 666666 llllllllllll af, E . g . H - H . ..'- Q H H 'lf 66666-llllll fr 'X- A ' P lb 'x ADMINISTRATION 076, N ,QA GT f' fa Af I E STUTSVIAN Yuperzntendent B A UHINCYSIIY of Iowa M A UHIVGISIIY of Dem er IOCAN COUNTY HICH SCHOOL SYS-TPM The Logan County High School System comprlses thxrteen schools wxth an enrollment of over l O00 pupnls and a teachlng force of 74 under the effluent dll'2CIlOIl of Mr I E Stutsman who 1S supermtendent of both the county hxgh school unlt and the schools of the The system IS managed by 1 Hugh School Commxttee conslstmg of five members who haxe entlre respons1b1l1ty for the conduct of the schools operatmg through a local Board of Educatxon for each branch The central school IS located ln Sterlmg the others are located respecmely at Cook Dnlex Hemmg lhff Mernno Mount Hope New Haven Peel7 and YV1llard Ihr fzqcr 1998 UH . . I I', t I . 1 1 l 1 Y . . . . city of Sterling, I ' ' Y . :I '. I A , h . A . . ' 1 . 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It was a custom for the Greeks to hold contests in music and art. as well as in athletics, at the Olympian games. In our modern life, the Denver State Music Contest approximates the contests of old Greece, with cups and banners as badges of victory instead of the laurel wreaths of old. Boys' Quartette Top rom left to Hght Chfirlf-s Hidenun Paul Br idle-5 Killw Thompson James Blankenship Uzfezl Qzzurtette Bottom mu Nl tntou T ilmtr 1"1 inces lmiku XI ilgoiie Xie-ttleu Will ird qcott I2 Girls' Trio-Jliflfile row: Evzidne Mzirsteller, Murjory Hull, Frances Yerkes. " ' - ' ' .'z 'Q -, "2 "' -.:,.z" 'i - , "Z 1 l ANNUAL BOARD ANNUAL BQARD DRAMA Top 'row left to right Dorothy Lutm Donald H'1ys 'lhelm-1 Hegenberger John Toohox Middle 'row Jean Blankenshlp James Blankenship Bllllfllt COClll1l1 DOTIS Flbhkl Chester Garber Edwin Glass Downmg Kellogg Heltn Leu rs THESPIANS AT L C H S The early Egyptlans and Baby1on1ans bullt thelr pyramxds and temples but lt was not unt1l Greece came 1nto exlstence that the frne arts were developed Although we usually think of the Greeks as a people drstmgulshed for archltecture and sculpture we find that they were also fond of the theatre and of musrc It IS even thought that the drama evolved from the crowds of people watchlng the prlests go through thelr ceremomes Slnce most of thelr plays were of a relxglous nature th1s IS probably true Now after approxlmately two thousand years hrgh school students are evokmg the anclent Greek love of beauty rn dramatrc form as the sp1r1t of thelr Dramatxc Club-comedy and tragedy are both essayed I he fzaer 5 'X- . ' I P . or 76 , ' I ' , r 4 , ' 1 . ,'. , ' L . Bottom row: Edna, Hamil, Norman Holt, Charles Hidenmn, Gweneth Quinn, Alden Irving, . x Y. , . , 1 . V , . Y 1 I- lk DRAMA Top rout left to rzght Don :ld I1GLte Meirglret Mead Mirjory Nlettlen Qamuel Mllllgln Mulllle raw Wlltfr Moriis If-uns Murrm Ruth O Brien WI try hmmm. Pluz u John Stuts man Lucille letsell Elmo Cothcrn Marg rre t Yerkfs DRI-XMATIC CLUB The aim of the Dramatic Club is to present good plays to the students and patrons of the school and to give each member of the club an opportunity to make at least one public appearance during the school year An lnterest in all worthy aspects of the theatre IS encouraged along with appreclatlon of new trends in dramatic art The club under the supervlslon of Miss Helen Mae Clarahan has done excellent Work with over half its members new this year Its most ambitious effort was the production of MlHlCk a three act comedy glven under the auspices of the Sterllng American Legion The second play of the year Daddy Long Legs showed an unusually large cast of surprising skill and the stage settings were the most lnterestlng ever shown on the school stage Ihe I zger 1978 H51 4 n Q". . ' ' n v . ', " I 2 4- 1 , ' 2 . , L ' A - , . ' ' 2 . ' - 1 -' - .' 1 ' ' 1 ' . 4 . v ' - . 1 ' ., 4 I , , A 4 1 1. L , sr .- ' " u 1 , . Bottom row: Bertha Waldo, Ralph NVilson, Delores McCluskey, Harold Kane, Virginia Hmnil, ' X , ' 1 e , Y 1 , , . ,, . . ,, . r y - 1 . . . . H - , ,, . . , . 1 Y DRAMA Z A comedy in three acts 6 I L27 DRAMA 'glfx 'Lil'-1 ft, id? r 'iraqi Wm DRAMA L AMFRIC AN LEGION PLAY MUSIC Y' fig gi Jim Sli me QR-, Q 52 IZIAILLL ot lily!! cnt or ill srl' of the the tons: a flower by the nclllltel upon the Oninh ohid to the lpuii at the hurl can of tb! '1Q1l Ruth the Chl h 1 Ulilillflll il o ann a upper in Chl tribe adding to all 1118118 an up 12 ill! ihik plnplll autor her flu!!-linked that the lylllotl hav! ornr ilk il UIUC fb! Bowman htor on GLU CI UB OPFRITTA MUSIC Front wow left to Hght Anna IOUIQG Kelr Ann'L I ee Chet k NIFIIIOIN Nlettlen Leon Slllltll Helen Levs IS A1195 Blanche Rumblew l I'lllCib B1'1dle5 Jeux Bl IIIKGHSIIID Margalet Jine VVeIdele Frances Yelkes Delores MCCluske5 Lucllle Tetsell M1ddle vow 'lhelnm Hegenbcrger Marx Emmet Petuzir Helen Gvtbxll Mfugtret iukee DI1z'1bc-th Rcce Pdnm Hnml l'l1zf1betl1 Grlblll Helen Loulse XX lrmx FX1dlllO Mn Back vow Elma Rxlex Glace Cllmll Illlllbfltll YKlllt'1Cl'0 1lI'1llOl'l Hunt Ruth OBrien Helen Reee Aunt Vvllltl Glace PIYXIYI Xuginm XNI00dlll1g DOlOtl1N Lutln Gerlldme Harper THE GIRLS GLEE CLUB Sterling has good reason to be proud of 1ts Curls Cwlee Club Annually they go to Denver and each t1me they return wlth somethmg m the way of a prxze It may not be a flrst but It IS nearly always second or thlrd Each t1me lf 1S thelr vxctory whlch adds to our chances for the year s sweepstakes At the begmnmg of the year llttle IS heard of our heromes except a few famt chlrpmgs sxmllar to those of captxve canarxes Yet as the year passes the1r VOICES flll out and become stronger A few weeks before they go to the state meet outdoor practlces are held Then llke the woodland nymphs that Homer speaks of 1n h1s old Illad they burst out 1nto full song and the whole world stops to IISIGH lit lf ' E301 X ,fi ' r . , '6x v ' , " .' 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' .' 1 - ' 1 ' 1 'S Y K 9 1 1 1 . 1 '- , . . . , . . , . . . . . . , - 1 1 , lin- 1 qlfz' I MUSIC i Front row left to nght Downmg Kellogg Harold Kane Dale Fhompson Paul Bradlex 1NIiss Blanche Rumblev Flgm Ret Louis Murlln Kelley Thompson Paul Rimes Jfunes Blankcnshlp Shlrley Ste-uwrt H trry Nfiltlll Herbert Loos Stfmton P1lmcr Russel Fwlst Lyla Mertz Ge-olge NIull1g1n Bach mu VK alter WIOIIIS Iomne Fredreg1ll Hovmrd Welsh Htrry Bartholomew Hun Reed Rftlph Kmg Rlchtrd Hu NIllt0H Res WV1llf1rd Scott XICYOI Pouz u THE BOYS GLEE CLUB Vocal muslc IS centurles old Although solo work IS probably the most common form of vocal muslc the chorus or group slngmg l1ke the band and orchestra Wlfh thelr mstruments has come into exrstence It IS here that many volces are brought together and shaped as one Each member has hlS partlcular nlche to fill be he bass barltone or tenor Hrstory makes llttle mentlon of any chorus work on the part of the Greeks The most lmportant was ln the form of chants led by the prlests of the wme god Bacchus at thelr rellglous ceremomes Nevertheless IhlS Was an early form of teamwork ln muslc Now today we have our Boys Glee Club It lS the pollshed stone of centurles of trammg IH muslc It IS not only a means of entertaxnment for the school but lt also serves to educate well ltS members 1 lit on l3ll ,6 -'X . 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B I IAT C1 ARIXLTS H iTOld1fl114 Robr 1 t J 1ckson Lor me F1 edreglll C11 llll s Hldt m 111 Gordon A1 ers Robert V 1gner Fugene Montgomery Flgln R1 x Glen B 1kke D LX IS M0114 11 H011 1111 VVe1sl1 Georgr Knlght V111u 11t G1 1co1111n1 Owen Ford I 110111 James -Xvflght Rogc r Le e P 11 sons Marx 1n Jones 1' FLAT F1 ARIXPTS Uh 1r1es Gentry Bt rm 1 rego A1 '10 C 1 ARIXET9 Dovs 111ng K1 Hogg Ctrol 111o111pso11 BASS CLARINETS F101 d Collms J 1ck R1le1 OBOI' S Hc1111 Klllgllt 11 L1l6S blllllll BASSOONS Q111r1e1 Stun 1rt Ldg 11' IM ls011 SAXOPHOXEQ Ruth Ch ulotte P111111 1 I2lCl1 11d I 1111 1 111111 Looe 14166 V 111 A1811 111 P 1ul I ortnl 1 Robe 1 t X Ill G11n111 I REIXFH Horns Jlm B111 L11 11111141 D111d Fox I'I'rlI1k M'1tl11s All111Du11l1p Blxsshs 1 1y '1 empleton 11 LX 1 Gent1 1 11 nu mon B 1con Glen V 1gT1t 1 I 111 rt nce ROgPl Hugh FFIIIJP ROb9I t VVr1g11t TROIKIBOIN LS lVl1lt011 Rex 1 1 mces Qulnn 1 IVS xence Kmke 1d John Woodr111g Donald Vest G1 1don Ha1111 1 I 101 d Mom oc BARITONES R1lp11 Kmg M1 l1l1'l P 1ttc 1Qo11 Q OIUNLTS Herbert Loos l50l1 tld H 11 s Arehle 171111 R111 K1nz1e D 1le ll1OYl1DQO11 I1 LEC' AL Homxs 1 c 11 Russe1lX 111 A1'-41111 D111 Ms 11 110lfl P1114 ISDH 1-1 mmett S1 1ck G4 olge Mltchell IYNIPAXI Al IU H 11 s CYWIBALS H 110ld NY 1011 STERLING HIGH SCHOOL BAND When Mr L E Smlth came to Sterllng some SIX years ago he found the Munlclpal Band already organlzed It conslsted of about twenty pleces A year after hlS arrlval he organlzed the Boys Band whlch has slnce become the Sterllng Hlgh School Band It excels all other bands of the state and last year placed nlnth ln the Natlonal Contest Mr Smxth has also organlzed the Jumor Hlgh School Band to furn1sh preparatlon for the Senxor Hlgh orgamzatlon The latter conslsts at present of seventy members w1th several new xnstruments whlch should help ln thls year s contest The contest pxeces for thls year are Flnlandla and the Overture Oberon, whlch was purposely selected because xt IS the hardest one of the twenty g1ven to the bands Chances seem to be good for a vxctorxous season lhc Izqer 1098 l32l x r ' - ' P 1 .. . .. 4 4 A A 4 . . 1 '- 'V ' ' ' 1 ' ' . . ' . 1- 1 L 1 ' X "1 . 2 1 v ' as " 1 . 2 ' 1 1 z A 1 L ' 1 of , 1: I , R 1 vi up '1 - z 4 I U .Y ' A u ' 1 ' U . 2- . I - 1 fs - 2 . ,- .. I ,. I L, 'I ' . ' '3".' - 1 1, , E 1- .. .. , 1 , ' ' . U .I .. Q. , . b, . . , . .1 ,. . . ,. HAS lv fi v 1- L4 1 . . 1 1 2 .K L - , . ' .' ' ' v. 1 4 - - , rw - 1. 1 , . ,' ' W 115 nf Pftlen i,l1:11'lt-S Mackey u'1 ,, 31. if I 'lf -- . . . , 1. - 01: 1'f1x , . ,, . . , 1 .H 1 I S, - 1 2 ,' f. 1' 1 'L 3 ' 3 A" , - 1 1, V . h .. , , , . H 1 '1 " '1 ' ' f j 1-L 2-. H A Av Y lv 4 v A ,1 1 1 - 1 '-i 4 1 ' , V . - 1 . I . , I . A V ,. . . . , . . . , , , V Y ' Y 1 ' 1 - . . . . , - 1 ' ' 40 ' ' Y! ll if 1 s 01. 'U PIANO Esther Fuennmg 1s'r VIOLINS Murlce Rlley Margaret Yerkes Alberta, McClusky Harrlet Sherman Vlvlan Hall Maurme Fmegan Ellzmbeth Mathis Margaret Smith ZND VIOLINS Erma Mae Addmgton Evadine Marsteller Vernon Ayers Walter Bender Allison Jones Roberta Robertson Alta. Johnson VIOLA FLUTES Dorls Flsher Grflce Parvln BAssooNs Shirley Stewart Edgar Nelson CORNETS Herbert Loos Donald Hays OBOFS Harley Smxth Henry Knight DRUMS Emmett Slack Alan Hmys FRENCH HORNS Allen Dunlap Wayne Patten Davxd Fox fnowmona Frances Qulnn BAR ITONE Rftlph Klng BASSES Robert Wright J ty fempleton CELLOS I4 rmnces Yerkes Lenore Stlckney Della Loos CLARIWIETS Robert Vagner Downing Kellogg Harold Kane Chmrles Hideman Gordon Ayers Evelyn .T ay ORCHESTRA The L C H S Orchestra under the dlrectnon of Dick Smith IS step plng on lt If a vlsxtor chances to pass through the hall the fourth perlod or to come early to chapel he hears first a stram of musxc then a pause and the stram repeated a demonstratlon of the old adage, Practlce makes perfect The orchestra played many tnmes publlcly durlng the year at dramatlc per formances and asslsted the Glee Club ln their presentatlon of Lelawala dellghted the town by xts rend1t1on of the charmmg strams from R10 Rlta From early spring t1ll May lt Worked upon contest music whlch was especlally dlflicult thlS year One of the orchestra members, Harold Kane represented Sterlmg ln the Natlonal Contest at Chlcago securmg flrst chaxr ln second clarmets E The Ta get 1928 U31 v r l r , . 4 Q L . L . 1 4 . ' ,' 4 1 Q 1 . 1 A 4 . 1 1 1 - ' u - 11 ' ' u . . . . , , ' . . ,, . . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' u - n 1 . ' - - ' 41 11 . . . . . . U . . ,, 1 1 1 . 34 fill? B-.4 HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEHEEEEEEEEEHEEH HISTORY OF SPARTA The horses of Achilles reared above Automedon therr keeper lxthe and tense Wuth muscles stramed yet ever m command The athlete remed hrs noble charges Hence Came uxgor and endurance So the name Of Sparta grew upon her athletes fame HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH i .l. I. I' ' 'I . I . . . . SPARTA ATI-ll ETICS In old Sparta the llfetxme of a man from the age of seven to fifty was spent rn athletxc tra1n1ng He was taken from h1s home and llved m barracks wxth the other boys At first h1s tramlng conslsted of playlng games etc but as he grew older 1t developed xnto more warllke drverslon and ln case of trouble w1th a nexghbormg c1ty he was compelled at the age of sixteen to do actual flghtmg Slnce that trme twenty live hundred years have passed and a few changes have come Now at the age of srx the boy takes hlmself away from home to a when he reaches hlgh school the games become more regular and rnstead of fightlng on the battlelield for hls c1ty he fights on the football field for his school These are the real Spartans the true sons of the gods of sportl he elected leaders of the men who carry on the ambltrons and hopes of our all conquerrng teams' CAPTAINS I I- II 1 FHONIP ON NIERRILI KIOL I E51 ER HAY Iootb 11 B k th ll Fr ck fhe7Yqn 1978 l35l pf? 1 7 l vacant lot with the other boys. At first he only plays practice games, but - .-4 ill," . S-' . A 'S Af' f' Z1 as 9 21 ' ll . 1 x N 5" 6. , The Hrst team men were Thompson Martln Edwards Bradley Hay Ramew Toohev Irwlng M95 GIS Strlbllng Curlee Stutsman Bomberg Mason LeG'1te Klous Dovus and Wright FOOTBALL From early youth the Spartan boys and gxrls were tramed to w1thstand hardsh1ps and to become physxcally perfect After they reached manhood they contlnued to seek physical fltness We may attrlbute thls perfectlon to several reasons Probably the 1mmed1ate cause was that phYS1C2I tralnlng was a law Stlll the real underlylng cause seemed to be thelr abstinence from those luxur1es whlch tend to weaken body and mmd The fact that the1r athletes who tramed always were so much better physlcally than the athletes of other nat1ons who d1d not tram IS a certaln proof that trammg IS necessary Athleucs of today endeavor to make the student l1ke the Spartans of old Courage leadershlp manlmess and read1ness both physxcal and mental are the goals str1ven for So many reported for practlce that the servlces of Mr Lemon Mr Foley and Mr Knowles were all requlred as coaches Ih Izqer H61 1078 1 w 1 ,. - . f 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 .1 1 ' '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , . t. 141' 16 1 lx Left to Myht Mr Lemon G Loffev L Holt VI Kxous L Pxtte-:son '1 Bombcrg J John son P Ralmey TRACK The pageantry of the athletlc program IS an element so l1ttle studied that perhaps a word of explanat1on IS due Football w1th 1ts 1ntens1ve play comes first 1n the school year We mlght play football 1n the sprmg 1f lf were not for the fact that we have been all summer long largely alone In the fall our gregarlous 1nst1ncts are sharp ened We wlsh to get 1nto play that stresses teamwork and of all games foot ball requlres that one element The great colorful crowds the br1ll1ance of su1ts the green and Whlte gndded fields all these are forgotten by the men as they strlve for better teamwork surfelted w1th the 1dea In basketball we are brought nearer the rooters and attent1on IS closer So whlle we have a team and teamwork we have here a chance for more 1nd1v1dual1sm Stars upthrust themselves IH the group and we go through th1s trans1t1on to the place where 1nd1v1dual work Wlth l1ttle team play IS the keynote and we arr1ve at track whlch IS the oldest of our sports Thls IS the place where the 1nd1v1dual IS crowned YVe are convmced that 1nd1 v1dual effort 1S more h1ghly awarded here than anywhere else 1n all the world of athlet1cs S1nce t1me of man began rac1ng we1ght throwmg and jumpmg have been favorlte sports In these thmgs are found many ways of express1ng oneself as a physxcal belng That IS the mterestmg pomt to lf Each 1nd1v1dua1 can find a place 1n track Iht Izqtr 10,8 L371 - r 1 ' Then comes basketball. We have been stressing team play until many are T 4 I ' A 1 ont nu u 11: mm e x n 1 1 lla e xmom ll lt-1111111 NI I um BASKETBALI TEAM Perhaps physlcal manhood reached IIS hlghest point of perfectxon among the Spartans Physrcal culture and perfectron were emphaslzed even more than mental Just as Sparta stands for mlghtv gladlators even so Sterl1ng 1S a symbol for a mlghty basketball team 'I he achlevements of the Court Bengals for the season lnclude the vunnmg of the Hrst place rn the Inter Roeky Mountaln Hxgh School Basketball Tourna ment held at Casper Wvomrng flrst place IH the Northern Plams League the Wmnlng of elghteen consecutlwe games fup to the t1me of the Northern Colorado ellmlnatlon tournamentj and a fllI'llllIlg vlctory over Fort Colllns lvnlnner of the North Central Colorado League? The results of the games of both first and second teams lover frfty rn number? show only four games lost for the season The second team vxon thnrd place rn the Trl State meet at Chadron Nebraska l38I Fr 1' 7. left t "-Iliff IM all Hug -me-ir, Ke-llj 'Flmmps n, 1l4'l'I"ll K'ou:s. 1-explain, Gem- Cu ' --, Ralf l Eflwz wis. Back 'I'lI1l'.' Jolm 'l'uul1s-y. Ilunznlul llevwis, llulnert Matson, 1':x111 Iilulellvy, Alfred In-Q-, .Iwlm Stl S e , l F. ,een , K,'UZl4'l1. . . . . x . . x . . y . 5 H T 1 I 3 3 3 I 1 V' I 5 . - A Y . . - , I 1 . . . . Y . . . , E 1 . . . Y 5 A . , Y. - 3 x Bk . 3 3 X A 1 I Y I S 7 I 1 B V . . .- Y ' . Faont row left to Hght luelxn Fuller L oust men Nlllll ul Allson Jones clpt un Dmthe L B Llllflgkl I rleen C LOIEI Huck mm Il 1 H lILltlOllf In m liedford Xnn 1 Stoppell GIRLS BASKETBALL G1rls basketball has made more progress th1s year than prevlously wlth about fifty glrls out to try thelr luck at the basket Several who came out did not even know that a freld basket counted two polnts but thelr knowledge grew as the year went on Practrce perxods were used to learn more about the game from the standpolnt of fouls passlng balls shootlng baskets etc There were no lnterclass games due to the fact that there were not enough of the upperclassmen out for practlce The Freshmen had a ine bunch of glrls out every one trylng to learn more about the game They demonstrated thelr good teamwork very well when they defeated the JLIIIIOI' Hxgh g1rls 12 to 2 Allson Jones captaln of the team and also jumplng center filled her place well The followmg glrls played on the Freshman team Stone and Mrchael guards Stoppell and George forwards These were a few of those who helped to make basketball progress IH 27 and 28 Ihr lrucr 1978 l39l ft . , t j I - -V' -' 5 3-.-' . ,Y 'f 31 i,A'.:.,A I, ,Z k" - .: 1' 'I , 1- 'f-. Jlillzlle row: Gwendolyn Stone, Ulzzudinv Smith. .-- 3 iw., .Y -,. . .t if l. , . , . . . , , , , , - Y , , . . , . V Y . . 2 , 1 , . - , , I , .H 1" U f l GIRLS PALAESTRA The Hlgh School glrls are requlred to take gym for two years On Tues days the Hrst year gxrls report to be mstructed 1n physlology by Dr Barney There were one hundred and srxty glrls enrolled ln the gym classes th1s year Good health IS the end toward whlch the glrls work The glrls gym classes meet every day 1n thexr umforms of whlte m1dd1es black bloomers and whlte tennis shoes to go through var1ous exercxses under The glrls learn to swmg lndlan clubs take correctlve exerclses and do var1ous folk dances Durmg the school year athletlc tests on a scormg bas1s are grven Sweaters are awarded to the flve grrls havmg the hlghest number of polnts ln each welght class ten sweaters rn all belng awarded Ihe Izger Q7 N01 I 8 . . . V . the supervision of Mrs. Thompson. 0 t to Hght B ssn Butlftt H nut Nhelmm Nm: tlmmens Rose Pont: lhel Nelson Ann lute G1 um I mum Ruth Berlfmrd X ml Huclmxr Zl nl 0 ltYl's0Il ll OM l GIRLS S CLUB The Glrls S Club was orgamzed 1n 1927 Wlth a membershlp of th1r teen The purpose of the club IS to promote glrls athletlcs The members of the club a1m to uphold clean l1v1ng and clean thlnklng They stand for loyalty courtesy honesty and scholarshlp All the gxrls who have won sweaters auto matlcally become members of the club Thls year the club consisted of nlne members and the sponsor Mrs Thompson The grrls have earned thelr sweat ers by galnlng pomts from twenty five athletlc tests rn the past year The 1n1t1at1on of the ten new members occurred Wednesday Aprll 18 Whlle the old members rode comfortably 1n cars the Il'l1fl3.I2S walked mlle after mile over Sterllng streets to prove the1r endurance But an excellent spread awalted them 1n the Home Economlcs room before they were dlsmlssed and everyone went home happy Ihe Izger 1078 411 X4 -T . , w K 5 Lf " I e-.',"- :' -, zi"'- .' 'z. 'z ," 'S, It , ',"'1r'.' , ztYV'f, "Q--9z"', 1, 'iral z'--'nh-. Nvw nmmbrr1's.' Alison Jones, Ruth Gmhill, Gwendolyn Stone, lflmlnu Jackson, Clam Dodd, Eval Lopp, Marry Fril l-l', I-Irl : R I -' S , M: Qi Hand, Beulah Ch: pvl. , - . y . . . V . . " Ieft to Mght Ixormfm Holt Alfred Lce Don 11d IIlg6I119li-'I Rlchud H15 Dondld LQG ite Donald Dovus Gene Curleo Hubeit Mason Mr Kleth Lemon coach S CLUB The following paragraphs are taken from the code which bmds every mem ber of the S Club to strict adherence as long as he wears the emblem S An athlete IS awarded one oflicial emblem sweater during his entire ath letic career The sweater is his personal permanent possession The privilege of wearing the OH:lCl3l S however is not given as a permanent award but is lent as a token of esteem It symbolizes honest endeavor eligibility by schol arship absolute training while a member of the S Club punctuality sports manship courtesy fair thinking and general all around 100 0 Americanism Membership is automatically forfeited by smoking drinking or flagrant immoral action. No action is needed by the club. It is our desire that the members of the S Club who have graduated will keep the trust herein set forth' and if they must violate the spirit of the code that they will put aside the sweaters and not use them. A he 'fling 102 E421 -S - - BOYS PALAESTRA Zlpl Thudl Say farmer don t throw that ball so hard It IS Monday the usual day for lndoor baseball w1th the gym classes Probably th1s day IS chosen for baseball because Monday IS wash day for gym suits After the donnlng of shoes two teams are chosen and the fun begrns Crackl The ball sa1ls 1nto the balcony a balcomzer gettmg two bases S much for baseball and on the other days of the week About ten mxnutes before the end of each perlod Clf somebody s watch IS not offj the cry IS rarsed Get your showers' Then ln the ensumg race to get dressed the general confuslon IS punctuated with such remarks as Glmme my towel' Lemme rn that shower e c But after the bell has rung a very peaceful t1dy group of boys troop out of the gym Iht Ircler IQ' l43l U . . I ,, . . . O Basketball, volley ball, boxing, wrestling and tumbling occur on Tuesdays .A . V, t ' , . I , ., , - S A3 jx- ? T H41 x FOOTBALL SEASON GAMES Won Chappel Yuma Julesburg 2 6 7 Haxtun Holyoke Morgan GAMES LosT Eaton Sndney Brldgeport 12 0 Vwfray 14 6 Brush 13 0 Ihc Ixqcr 1078 BASKETBALL SEASON WON Brush Klmball Potter Brush Gothenburg Eaton S9dgWlCk Akron Ovld Haxtun Holyoke Fort Morgan Fort Morgan Crook Ovld S6dgW1Ck J ulesburg Holyoke Mansvrlle Sherldan Manderson Casper Sxdney Hemmlngsford Fort Colllns Brush Haxtun LosT Greeley J ulesburg Deadwood Fort Morgan Brush The Tiger I 928 l45l 46 6 IIN lr! 66666666 EHHEEEEEEEEEEEEEE 66666666666 EHEEHEEHEEHEHHEEH ROMAN HISTORY The pzllars of the anczent Forum stand Defyzng years and wmds and sun ana' ram So stand the laws the furxes precedents Protectmg human rxghts and mahmg Lam The onslaughts of false doctrmes Caesar s mmd Establzshed law and order for manhmd ROME-GOVERNMENT Presuimzt TH'ctS1tT61' Senetaru I we I wesuient GENE Cum FE MYRTLE GRISWOI D P out HAM11. STAINTON I Al 'vine STUDENT ORGANIZATION The High School at Sterling conslsts of three floors On the first lS the collseum Where the athletxc events are held for the benelit of plebenns and pub llcans allke These works are ruled over by a consul who has complete charge over those under h1m Here IS the market place where the unemployed assemble and to the rear of th1s IS the lnbrary Where the lmportant manuscrlpts are kept Across from the mar ket place IS the senate chamber Here at certaln stated tlm0S the people assemble to hear the laws read A court of justice controlled by the people trles offenders The finances of the state are controlled by representatlves of the people The presldent of the Student Orgamzatlon must be a Senlor It xs hrs duty to preslde over the student meetmgs and act as a general manager of all student act1v1t1es The VICE presldent a .lunlor assumes the dutxes of the presldent ln case of the latter s absence The secretary shall be a student elected by the Stu dent Organlzatlon The treasurer IS a member of the faculty It 1S her duty to collect and be custodian of all funds belongmg to the Student Orgamzatlon I 4 The second floor is the seat of the government for the Whole province, S 7 l SENATUS out 11: t Ill 4 x amy ss 1 1 fir nrwh ng., N R hum lnlm I ru X STUDENT COUNCIL After a long tyranny by the patr1c1an class the plebelans Hnally rose up ln revolt and demanded some part 1n the governlng of the state A body was formed whlch was made up of representatxves from both classes Th1S body had control over certaln ZIEBIFS and could recommend others to the conslderatlon of the Senate Th1S step may be l1kened to that vshlch has taken place ln our Amerlcan schools For years the facultles were arbltrary rulers over the affalrs of the schools But at last came a perxod of change and along wlth other 1m portant progresslve changes the students now have some part ln the control of the school affalrs As a result we at Sterllng have our Student Councll Th1S body IS composed of members of the faculty and representatlves of the students Aside from controlllng the financ1al affairs of the school th1s body recommends measures to the Student Organlzatlon 148i Fr ' 111 Irft u "--Iliff K -llj 'l'h1 mon, Minn G1'iswvl4l. ldmlnze Ilumil. G4-1':1llix1v Hzu'p4-V, .Inv XVe'ln-11 1i2lllll'Xll Stroml, tlws-lululyll Slum-. Gem- Curlw-. lin -' r1m': Hal Ki 'Q flilllllbll 1':1l1m1w1', P11111 l5I'2l4llf'X. Mr. lremwll. Mr. . ' 1 'le-S, . "4 hej. . . V . . . . . Y . . . , CORPUS JURIS Fern Buslg Ruth Bedford Ire-ne Htrclerodf I ark row F liz lbf th Fr tblll FI mu s Iglllkllfllflt r If thcl Andc lson F1 ed I sbs mek Ruth Hr lst VI tdm lllll- Loupn r COMMERCIAL LAW CLUB Nothlng has come down through the years from Rome more lmportant than her laws statutes wh1ch have been cop1ed by every succeedmg natlon The study of Parllamentary Law IS the baslc purpose of the club organ lZ6d by the Commerclal Law Class on October 14 1927 Court procedure and court reportmg are also studled wlth a VIBW to makmg the club members famll lar Wlth all legal usages The club gave a bazaar at Wh1Ch money enough was ralsed for the year s expenses Wlth flV6 dollars left over to go toward the transportatlon expense of the students to the Greeley commerclal contest The fnrst year of BCIIVIIY of the Corpus Jurls Club has been so successful that xts members look forward to further pleasure and profit from It ln the years to come I he lzaer IQ, U91 ,XS -i 4 ' ' V , I L KK R . va 2 Front row. left to right: Alta Tompkins, Mamie Hanson, Rosalie Kulbe, Miss Hagztdorn, 2" .' Ir- ,:', 'z ' -,IX -',',+' w,z'. , . , , .. ,Q -AZ - ' P lbx 2 I COMITIA CENTURIATA ARCO The Arco IS an outgrowth of c1v1l1zat1on as xt has promoted educatlon In anclent Rome the youth of the clty was turned over to heavy handed m1l1 tary trainers who had no need for a course 1n respons1b1l1ty The boys and girls of Rome recexved the1r course ln respons1b1l1ty through thelr lnborn deslre to make the1r emplre supreme Now the Arco makes up the def1c1ency caused by thls age of comparative paclflsts Its members are the persons of the school who have been chosen as fitted to bear the respons1b1l1ty of ma1nta1n1ng order 1n case the teacher IS away Thls g1ves the Arco wlth the students con The students have the exper1ence of bemg governed by a leader of thelr own chooslng ThlS IS very good tralnlng for everyone concerned as well as an asslstance to the lnstructor In each rec1tat1on class and 1n the study hall a pres1dent a v1ce pres1dent and lf necessary a secretary are chosen In case of the absence of the teacher the oHicers take charge Sterlmg Hlgh School 1S very proud of 1ts honorary system It develops self confidence and a feellng of respons1b1l1ty ln the student It IS also a proof of co operatlon between the teachers and the puplls lht ll I' ,QQ l50l sent, the power of the whole school board for a period of forty-live minutes. A ' ' Mgt' s - 8 DISCIPILI HONORIS l0712lfllL lflt to rwht nt Hllllll Tuth ll t thx Lllllll l es 5 4 4 llxl tts lltltn Jlcobs Crue 411 llulrllf vnu Q EI z lc 1 ut mm 1 R x Nt ln on xlmer Nl: N101-se null 4 N 111151: THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Down through the ages men have always honored that person who IS out standlng Rome ruled the known world because of the leadershlp of great men lmke the Caesars Because of the1r outstandlng servxce many great men of Rome stxll l1ve m the world Hall of Fame through thelr never dylng works 1n law art or scxence Romans who attamed the hlghest 1n scholarshlp have recelved recognltlon both from thexr fellow men and those who have l1ved ln the fol lowmg centurles The lxterature and hlstory of today abounds Wlth storles of the character of great Roman cmzcns For a student of L C H S to be a member of the Natlonal Hxgh School Honor Socxety he must be outstandlng ln not only one of these dcslrable quall tles scholarshlp leadership character and scrvxce but 1n all of them Onlv a fractlon of the upper class members arc even ellglble Membershlp m lf IS the highest obtalnable honor ml C H S I5 F' ' ', 'A Q .' Ed : 1 ', I 4-is , Doro D' ' , "l'2lllC .' l ralll 'y. l'z lyn C01 1 - 1 1 s, I z 5- 3"i1in. , ' - ' ': Lyl- M-'t , R' 'll 'l I+'urr, lim :ll Hays, Elgin Rs-X, Miltm 1-.', .': t P2 -', . '. . '. Burk rmr: All'1'wl 1.4-0, llztrry ll1lI'tllUlUllll'XV, l'll1'SlQ'l' f:ill'lb0l', Jm- NVznlke-V, Paul Clark. I32lYiS Mr , lem' 1'url1-1-, Villa ' Cult. v - Y . , . Y i X . .- 1 l ORATORES OPTISSIMI 1 11111 1 ll 111 1 e -Xltllll 1 lm 1 1511111 Xxllllltl Scott p11s111111t 5l11ll1t'l H11111. 111 1 X111 Is Ho tom 11111 1111 snr Glrber Xlllllll Jones 1111 BTQIIZ John Ntut'-111 111 Jose-ph VS 111491' I 1 XX 11 THE NA'1 IONAL FORENSIC I EAGUE Perhaps the th1ng that 1nd1cated more surely than any other one thing whether or not a Roman was really educated was h1s ab1l1ty as an orator or a publlc speaker In fact 1n gomg over a 11st of great c1t1zens of the mlghty Roman Emplrt few would be found who could not stand before the people and hold them spellbound under an oratlon so st1rr1ng that lt has sounded down through the ages to us An organlzatxon 1n L C H S to encourage the development of the stu dents oratlonal and extemporaneous speaklng powers IS the Natlonal FOFCHSIC League The members of th1s organlzatlon are e1ther debators orators or extem poraneous speakers who have won the rlght to be such members by competltxon Wlth other schools and by havlng a h1 h scholastlc standlng 1n the1r own school The organlzatlon has iifteen members and has been organlzed for two years 1521 L. T111 ' '. I'f'tt "JH: 1,3211 1 "'1, 1"s 1 "QA, " 1 ' , - , Q1 1 ' 'ri . M-1" l'1lIl1".'ll11. Jliflrllf' I'01l'.' P11111 I2l'llfllPY, Hic'11z11'11 l"lll'1', Alilfy E111111:1. P4lllZ2l!', K41t11e1'i111- Stroud. t ' ,l H' A R ' . i '.', ai' ' ' , 1' .' I , . vi ' . 1,1111 1011 ' "g111. . . .O . . . . , O . PROVINCIA HISPANIAE Top row left to Mght Ch Lrles Hldem in Anni VVh1te Ethel Dorn Florence Koenl Mildred MCKelxey Phyllis Mallo Middle row Lela August Bessie Bartlett Minnie Cochran Miss Rowent Kesler John M1Ch19llS VV'11ter Morris Gric-e Pirxln Robertson THE SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is an old established institution at L C H S Each year those persons taking Spanish meet together and elect oflicers to carry out the year s business and program These are the persons who are trulv interested in Spanlsh and wish not only to learn the language but also to understand customs and habits of the Spanish people The program for each meeting IS given over to a commlttee which then must arrange it so that it will be interesting as Well as educational Thls may be in the form of a lecture Spanish dancing singing or other forms of enter tamment Several purely social meetings are held durlng the year Spanish IS spoken and even the minutes are written in the Spamsh language Undoubtedly much benefit is derlved from such organizations The Tzger 7 19 8 H31 , - 6, 5 , " I 2 ' z , a ' . . 'S, - ' l ' : , - . , . ' ' . , '. 1 , ' . ' , e ' , 1 z " . Bottom row: Rose Conti, Irene Dickerson, Doris Fisher, Ruby Smith, Maurice Riley, Roberta , . . . . , . , . , . , 1 1 Y 1 W' 11 l 1 1 , I v x X 4 4 ww ,, 1. , 4 Y ....-W frgwr Y V VVV. Y ..., .N I i ' J 'V V -..".::g4g.:1...:., , , . I54I 666666666 EEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEH XEHEEEEEEHEHEHEEHH ENGLISH HISTORY tdyg dl d dg duldy t gdt phld uh filld Th d If ldby IdEgI d g 6666666666 V U3 Z' -Q E CA Q ' ' n-333 U: fu "' .,, '9-. -.Qggg ' . D,-,A Q- -Q vp QQ -am . rn.:-,ug NS. -v Sn-Q . Q, fum:-1. ' --U-m '- Nc: - QQ. EQ B-1:35 . . 'WM 'O SQ '1 . -. Q-3 -.11 -.. . rn - - -. 9' 3 o -. 0' 5 out 1 u 111 s 1 IL lLlll N1 uhm Burk 1011 J IIIIPS Bl 111k4 11 hlp Rn 11101141 I- du 1111s lfdu 111 C11-.s John Woodrlng Russ: ll lXNl'NI 4 l1re4n0+ N 111 Dua ndm John Lfb tek Hmm 1rd Nmltlx lion 11d lei 'ite YE SCRIBES GUILDE lnne ye tyme of Henry Kmge of merrle Englande ye men of enny trayde dldde joyne themselves togethere 1nne a un1on or gullde for the greatere pro tectxon of theyre Wares Nowe althoughe prmtlng xx as becomlnge a flour1sh1nge trayde lf was st1l1e1n1tsmfanc1e A prmtmge shoppe staffe usuallle d1dde conslste of ye ownere a helpere and of ye younge apprentlce They all dldde set type d1dde wr1te publlcatlons dldde selle papers and dldde ye odde jobs of ye shoppe lt IS lnterestmge to compare thlS wlth ye new spapere oflices of todae where thousands of people are employed and where eff1c1enc1e IS ye bye Word Neveryeless theye all dldde finde theyre begmnlnge ln ye llttle prmte shoppes of oulde Ye Argus of L C H S IS an lmportant lttme 1n ye Ines of ye students A stampede usuallle results from the newes that ye papere w1ll be d1str1buted Ye Argus IS a constante means of enjoyment as vtell as a beneflte to all con cerned Ye Argus won f1rst place 1n ye annual Boulder conteste Beste 1n ye West I 55 I . xt , . ,V . Fr ' 1'n1r,l'f! t 'Qfhti f'I:11'ic-v l,i111l.'t1'1 111. IIWII4' Smith, Vivi:111 Hull. I11-' M' 'Ia AI, . zu' -Ile- Pillznr, Doris l+'isI14-V, K:1the-1'im- Stroull, flt'I'1lllllll1-' Hsxrps-1: " ' 1 S : f S ' . aj I 'z ' I " 22.13 ' ' , J," " "Q, fs .- 'z ', -S2 ' , 'a 1' ' , , 1 A it . , . I Y - . , . Y . . . , . . Y - I , I I Y . . . X . v . V . . Y - . . V F7071t aow left to Mght Ieo1 1 S1111t11 Irene Hxrelelode me-1 11e11ne HIIDGI 1111 1 1Ne1so11 MISS Grlsuold Mxss lonbox F1 lI1Cl'w A11de-rson Fthe-'1 AIIGPISOII -X1t1 l0111Dkl11S Mlldled MeK1lxe3 Iwlmt Rxlex 1111 elle nzu I 1 111ee s Iglllklllllilt 1 M4 1111 Phe tts-pl 10: I 9111 1311515 Robe Ill Robe 118011 -xlllll White MISS Snl 111 Agnes Knutson Helen .I mobs Ixllllellllt Ntxoud N 1011 Htllllt 111 Back ww M1de11ne Looper Fx ilwn LOIIS Ruth Hclst NI1nn1e I IX NI1IglI9t Xie ld Helen Cothern Gr1ee Iydlllll Luzelle G1l114tte I 1111 WI1Xf1-ll Be-sue Butleu SENIOR GIRL RESERVES Durlnge ye relgn of Henry VII a gullde was organlzed for ye purpose of findlnge ye beste 1n l1fe and ln turne glvlnge ye beste to ye less fortunate ones Foure years ago a groupe dldde joyn ye Glrl Reserves but clesyrmg a more QXPIGSSIVC name they dldde choose Blue Tnangle Ye Blue I'r1angle stands for ye developmente of three phases of llfe mentale physlcale and splrxtuale Ye Blue Trlangle IS not excluslve but has opene membereshlp for ye clubbe desyres to helpe every gxrl posslble Ye memberes of ye Blue Trlangle are always busy servlnge banquets mak mg candle to sell and maklng snakes for ye All Glrls Party ' Ye memberes are always Wllllng to serve for thelr alme IS ach1eved 1f they can serve 1n some usefule wayc 1561 .1 - ' az ' - 1 1 . . 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Ile-1-1 Cm Il -ll, Ls-111 r ug st, r z ' . J . L , . , '. ' 1 , ' . . , ' , - w 2 -.- . rl.. ' , , y-V lirmlc 1v11c'.' Alilllflllf' Finns-gun, l"l'u11c'4-s BI'ElCll6'l', hl2ll'llM'tll XVl1itz1m'v, Mary Gif-iersh, Nlurion - - H - H I Q' xl ' 1 - A' Front vow left to nght Mlss Hxnnlh hlssen Mwrx Mlnuello I lllfl Holtellng Maxme Moulton Nm.-L Clemens Clflrfl Dodd Bmuhh Chapel Ednw Folex Vlxrguellte Bxummett Miss Rowcnl Kessler Middle 1ow M'1udeG'1xtrell Rubx Sfllllh Mmme Ponzi! 1XllCk Vloodw Rosr QOYIU Mnjorle Hand Fein Northrup Lynn Cain Dorothy Bqrnhlrt Back vow Wllnm Heist FYIFICES Slldl1ghl16SSX Violw Glegoly Inc? Roedex Iorene Blovxn Marie Thompson Jocelyn Thompson Mx ra Coats Lryst 1l Gillette SOPHOMORE GIRL RESERVES Ye purpose of ye Sophomore Curl Reserves IS to helppe eache membere to finde and glve ye beste and helppe develope a stronge 1nd1v1dual1t1e spmtuallxe mentallle physlcallle and socxallle ThlS IS ye clubbes seconde yeare of act1v1t1e Ye memberes have been workmge for Glrl Reserve rmges Ye clubbe was ln charge of ye refreshmentes for ye All Glrls Party I also helped ye othere organyzatlones m gxvmge ye party for ye poore chlldrene at Chrxstmas tyme Ye desyre of ye clubbe IS to helppe every gxrl possxble Ihc' Izqer 3 107 l53l r 'R- . Front low left to Hght Mlss IiI"'lllCQ'3 Brush Ellen Engle-hop Fsther Stflhl Alme-dw. Daffron Nina Lowder Aus Clemens Doris Wlllttler Const'1nce Michael Margolfm Shun'1m'1n Carol Thompson Mrss FlQh9T Second row Dorothy Bflllmger Ruth Glablll Mlry Jme Nlehol Beth S114 sbuxy Isalnlle Stahl Exe-lyn J'1N Florence Jones Ada Mllls Op ll G utrrll Th1rd 1ow Evelyn Fuller Lols lvwlfst lmelyn Qumn Llludmc Smith DOIIS Bmkkm llort Lewns Dorothy Qochrm Josephine Bollnu lV1lXll"ll OINQ ml VS mdl Unis Back row 1+ ue Brooks VV1ll1 BICKQQ Ruth Cook Nluy N xuf.,le Alison Jones Inn: Brd ford Ill H lrclerode Ruby Irx Doroth5 Lvxrxlc Helen De Ioust FRESHMAN GIRL RESERVES A longe longe tyme ago ln Englande we finde theyre was organyzed a groupe of people who called themselves ye rellglous gullde Thxs gullde was organyzed for ye purpose of bulldmge uppe hxghere 1deals and bettere lnvmge Followmge uppe th1s oulde Idea we finde ye Freshman Glrl Reserves work 1nge thexr waye to ye toppe Ye clubbes mottoe rs To face llfe squarelle and to linde and give ye beste As parte of thelr work ln llVlIlg2 uppe to IhlS mottoe they helped to grve a Chrxstmas party for smalle chlldrene Durmge Thanksglvmge they sent outte manye bundles of food and clothmge for needle famxlles Ye organyzatlone also has subbe commlttees whlch furthere ye mtereste ln ye clubbe Mistress Brush and Mlstress Flsher sponsore ye clubbe The 'I zqer Q7 I l59l -,..:. y , .. 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V K E is It :mv ff 01111 4 llll url ll 'N 1 vw N ugh Ruth lc m ll lou ffllf me ml 4 nm 'N 1 IIAI4 IIXIX XII H11 DEBATI: CLUBBE In ye obscure tyme of ye myddle ages there exlsted an obscewer gullde knone as ye laweyers gullde Thys was composed of pcrsones that madde a bxsynesse of taykmg ye responsybylyty of a crymynale 1n an efforte to cleare hym of gullte Because of the crewelty and stryctness of such corts as exlsted the laweyers gullde was not populare Manve of the upper classe when ac cused defended themselves Nowe there exlsts ln ye I-hgh Scole a clubbe It 19 not very well knone because of ye large amounte of worke and ye smalle amounte of glorye Y memberes of thys clubbe beare ye responsybylyty of wynnlnge or losynge for thelr scole Theye hate to reterne to scole havynge lost a debate Theye are happy when they reterne tryumphante Debatynge IS a very profytable pastyme for anyone dos he wxnne or lose Ye Boulder Dam quest1one was debated thls yearc wlth YICIOYIC for Ster lxng agalnst Wray 1mzt mu ffl n rzght H cn I nnplull I ln Augu t Xthlrm Numrmrs Alice Scott Mus Y0llIlg'11lll t lms Loeklm Isnbel Knk lmttn R utu H :It mu rg: Wllllllglll I u 1 Otto lxuntn Kwmwth llupp I 115,11 VK wnmlt T I' T DEBATE CLUBBE When the effect of ye mdyvydualystyc charactre of the Darke Ages was gn ynge waye to the soclalystyc tendencees of the presente day the change was ledde bye some of the professynol men whoe sawe that 1n unyone ther 1S strength and banded togyther They realyzed that rn a groupe they colde bettre wythstand crytlscysms and overcome competytlon Oon of these lsolated organyzatlons agenste opposytron was the lawey ers gullde As tyme wente on these gulldes wente oute of exystence as the tendencees agen waned agenste umfyed efforte Bute as the pendulum swunge bak agen the trende was agen towarde organyzatlon and thus we are brote up to owe owne perlode In oure own scole we have a reconstructed forme of the olde laweyers gullde Thls IS the Tygre Tong Twlstres whoes purpose IS for more loglkal forms of speeche I6 K L, 9 75 1 ' l F' ' xl ' t " I e-l- 7: -, .Q-z :4,, - -.' 1'.', . 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Y 7 ll' ' H - 1 1 Y - V I out 7071 Ifrit to 110111 C lrol Thompson llounu .Toms Doxothx Wood Nlwlgoll Nclume Ill R Xl lx I NI11,e,11vl JlLUlJ'w Plwlbeth Rmu Lllflll Xxllglll lmelxn Qumn Nxw M lllllf HEIZII I N YE LATINE CLUBBE If ye Latmc Clubbe hadde exlsted 1n ye Mrddle ages rt wolde have byne eether a socyal or a stude Gullde but If GXISIS todaye as a socyal and studde Gullde combyned Ye clubbe IS composed of a groupe of Latlne stevdents who are lnterested ln ye olde Romana customes Senlore Junlore Sophomoer or Freshman may belonge lf he IS a Latme stevdent and IS lnterested rn ye Romanes Ye govern mente of ye clubbe IS patterned aftre thatte of ye olde Romane governmente Instedde of electynge a presldente theye elect a consul A Latxne Banquette IS also wone of ye socyal features of ye yeer Y menue IS wrlttene entyrely 1n Latlne and unlesess wone IS a Latlne stevdent we shoulde advyse hym to staye away Wyth ye mottoe Altyora Peto lseen hyghre heyghtsl ye clubbe has made muche progress and IS a verry Worthe whyle organyzatlon of ve scole l62I E .31 '7' ' J, ' I 'Q' ' J , 4' " '- , ' 4' ' . - 1 ' z' Q' - ma , mf: 'it, . 1 'ja ' 1 - J, I'.z 1 1 "' . " ' ' , .I':': liar-If ruuvi .xlilll Hays, Lois Twist, Helm-11 .1111-obs. Alil'l4'l 1.111111-1':111x, Russell Twist, Rulwrt Xvllll flllIlllj', Yi',z:'i11i:1 H:1111il, l'il'IlllK't'S Holt, Ilixim- .'1'l'l'. . . . , . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . 1 , . , . Y w e v , 11 H 1 1 X 1 K V 7H :ont 7011 f t 0 111 ll 5 ck s ls tl Nlllltl Hvlvn Thee N ISS Ks sslel I r mms Xvrkes 1 yum Ill Quinn IJ louse Nlcfluskex 8111011111011 th lltsrll I xbelle Sllll 1 1 oo o lXl's Pltll NlllSlllllY lN lr glrst Nnnth I uv Brooks Third Mau 111 es xc ex 'XIISUII ones Ienow itlcluu-X Dllllk Bxkkf I mlxn H IIYIQI Nherm mn xlberu Nici luskm VS nn I Itwn Bark 1011 Xflllllll Axles Fl in Rfvc John 5IllSlll'lIl Julius Pllstov Rllph klllg Yllltflll Rex Grlfullll Hlkll YE FRENCH CLUBBE Ye French Clubbe has byne organyzed for foure yeers beynge governed bye officers chosen at ye begynnyng of eache scole yeer Thys organyzatlon IS very symmylar to ye anclente and ye languages of thelr forelgne nelghbors Ye French Clubbe IS composedde of French stevdents that earne the hygheste grades ln theyre classes Ye Clubbe banquettes are of part1culare rnterest for onlee the French language IS spokene throughoute thees events Thys clubbe creates mterest alonge Wyth stude for xt offers a practy cale syde of ye French language thys beyng an lmportante factore m class worke It llfts the elforte to mastre thys language frome dreary and umnterestynge worke to pleasure and ease for ye stevdent knowes that he can put hrs knowledge to a practycale use I63 X F' ' '. l'f t "Jkt: VVil z l ax ' -1.1 BIz1l'g:1rel Y:-rk Il' - 11- .' ' l , - , .I'.': ', 4' 'z - ' ' I '- - ' ' , -- - . " I , Nw " r: Ru " ' S' . Sa - ' C 2 l . R1 tl C' k. Um' lim- IJ: ,- .Ta 'lr - ' " ' ' ': Cl s' 'l M1 -k . II' J .1 ' .' ' -' , 1 ' ' 1, CV - Q' Jay. z .' l' z ,r 'Q . 'I .' H Pa . A y ' 2 K A. . . . . . . ., . . . 1111 111 1 1 ll 11vl111s11 fl 1 111 NllllN 11111 Ntec 1 1111 R 11111 111111111111 W11s1111 ll1N 11111161 R1 0114111 N111 UH AGGIES FARMERS GUILDE Beholdlng how that ye butcheres ye bakeres and ye candlestrche maktyers dldde band themselves togyther for ye greetere profyte for theyre wares thus also d1dde ye raysers of corne and wheate ye Farmers Gullde To them came a greete workere of marvyls Mastere .lohnsone who taughte them ln the Wayes of poultree and of stocke So Welle lyked IS he that hys followres are manye Ye Farmers Gullde 1S an xmportant and Welle organyzed groupe In ordere to thorolee understande ye Wayes of farmynge these robust yonge followres rayse stocke and gralne themselves Sometymes they realyze fynanclal profytes from thys actyvyty whyle m exper1ence theye nevere fale to lern to rune a busmess of thevre ow ne Thus bye the1r eHorts theye are repayde IH successe ln laytre lyfe l l"rm1t ' 1-. left ru 'hlllff l':Vk'I'I'll l:2Il'll1'1l. il -111'g1- lXl11ll'g':111. Y1-1111111 Ala-1'1 1111s, M11 . S ll. M111'1':1y V:1g111-1', 1i11lw1't l'U2llil4'j'. H1-1111-1'l l1i11ds11'11111, Ii:1y11111111l 'I'1-ls1-ll. Huw 'mlm' lcllgill' 1111111-1'I, Ge 'ge Clzrlfj, .T 1 1' "kl-. P1 11 ' . " - '1 " J , llJl!'X't'j' H1 31111, V1 JlbiI'llS. ,z -A' 1' 't . y I 1 l 3 , . 1 , . , . . . . l 3 V y 64 I :fmt vnu lfft to zwht I nun tn l xlbr nth Du is Morrell Jack Ndugle Reumond lfdw Lids nxIdH1xes I va R I L Wtddle vow L11 Lrle-s HIKIKIUJH btanton I tlrntr D111 -Xldrlch Joseph W 'xlker Howud Bark mu Pull R1 xdlvs Russel IVKISI W16'I'l1I1 hlous Mr Iemon John Stutsrnm Donald Dovus YE HIY Ye purpose of ye L C H S H1 Y organyzauon 15 to 1I'1SI1ll2 wyth1nne 1ts members ye habltte of cleanne llvlnge to further cleane athletics ande schol arshlppe ande to cultlvate ye desyre amonge ICS membershlppe to becomme goode c1t1Zennes These ldealles be symylarr ln man1e respekts to ye Gullde of Krughtes WhlCh exxstedde durmge ye medrvell perlode As of olde IIS members are chosenne onne a b3SlS of the1r endeaw ors to l1ve uppe to ye coddes of lyfe sette beforre themme Creede or colour does notte as somme persones thmke playe a parte mne securmg members forre thys boys clubbe Instedde conducte ande cytlzenshxppe are ye xmportante factors mne decydmge ye membershlppe Ye mnfiuence of such an organyzatlon ln ye modernne hlghe scole IS keene he felte It tends to create better fellowshxppe amonge ye boys by IIS Thursdae nlghte meatynges It promotes better cytlzenshlppe ande athletlcs by lmkmg them to hxghe Chrxstlan ldealles l65l iii' Y Y Y I "' ' ', 2' .' 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Y . . , V . . , It 1 0 111 ss M1111 ljill 14 A 111 Tee C1914 C1 1 111s Thllllll g11111e-lger P 1 111 11 s 1 R11 H111 11 I eu IS 111110119 H+-1111 T1 P 1111 H 11111 X D11 1111 1 .I1111 N 111 1 11l'1 11:11 111 llll u 1 X111 1 He-11115-111 H9111 P111 tte p 151 R0111rt1 Robe 1 M1111 I 1 IIICG s A11111 N1111 Ruth 0 1311111 I-1 11111 H 111111 Luzellv 111111111 John 10111191 I 1 llllx Rolmds 1111 I1 IllCl1l11 H11 1111111 11111115111 XX llltl Mmrxs 111114 111o111pso11 -811111 VV11t1 14 XX 11k11 111 1 X M1 1411 lux 101 H lure YE ALCHEMISTS GUILDE Ye Alchemlsts Gullde has worked for manye hundred yeers seekynge oute ye elements ande compoundes of ye unyverse Whlch were unknowne to them and ye people of that tyme So are ye membres of ye Sterlxng Chemystre Clubbe stryvyng to fynd oute how thees men worked and gave theyer lyves so thatte we myght enjoy ye luxuryes and necesslues we are enjoynge todaye Ye Alchemlsts Gullde 1S a clubbe composed of ye stevdents who are study ynge chemystry They try to have a goode tyme as well as lernynge many thyngs whlch are of value to them Twyce a monthe theye meete ande at thys tyme theye are gyxen a reporte onne some thyng about Chemystry whych is not broughte up in ye class roome. Many tryps are taken bye ye clubbe to different places of interest such as ye Sugare Factoree. 16 ont If zu 1 ss N N'- I ln sq 4 4 lx N lllg., m rel us QN N11 1 1 new Xa In u tn p I elluskm X1 u 1 N Il 1:11 ml nn ut II munity. ullogg., I uutt Nl Ck 1 s N4 1 ull U next I sou lll lllll 1 L 1 Ie 1 YE GOODE OLD PEPP CLUBBE In ye merrle tymes of ye goode Kmg Knowles I a certaln Gullde efclsted known as ye Flshmongers Gu1lde Thys merrxe factxon dld ln truth make ye verrle stretes rmge wyth theyre shoutes as theye wente about selllng theyre wares to ye housewlves of ye townes Ye people soone d1d xx elcomt them Those of melancholxe spyrlttes founde that theyre cares vanlshed ande a whole heartedde gladnesse dld pervade ye atmosphere when ye merrle Hshmongtrs dld apptre Oft ty mes when contestanttes wolde mete 1nne sundrla publxc games be xt a game of balle or a feat of runnmg or Jumping ye flshmongers again did Joyouslee smge and crle for theyre favourites For thls reasone thtyt were knowne as ye Pepp Clubbe to manle l67l FV VUIV, Ifft 1 "JI ff Miss H4-It-n Mm' f'liIl'Zlll1lll. Mis: Im1'1vIllA' l"iSll4'l'. .'li.'-' 5l2l5'lN'll" Pillar, Luc-'I - Tc-t.'-ll. H-lvn l,-wis. Iitluan liilf-y. I-'1':m:'4-s Holt, M: . im- Ms-Vmnlns, Ilwlt-11 .li "1 , All 1'I2l Mczifl sk Al2ll'Lfllt'l'lll' lilzwk, lallfllll XY1'ip.rhL tiwvm-Il: Quinn. ."1n1l 'max' Jul X'-lr 'lt-, .I Q- XX'-I 'lg lmrn thy Inltiu, lthlnzt Hnmil, Blurjnrit- Mt' tl--11. Virginia llzrmil, Mzwgalre-I Y:-tk'-S. .Imun l':l2l!llil'll!4lllIl. Nlill'LI'Jll'4'l Jzmf- XV-lflm-It-. Irvlfu'-asv' M ' ,' .' ' -.', . illll Vie Hull. x'll'3J,'lI in Vmnl "11:. Th" 'zz' Al: Hays. Harrold Mt'4'linlm'k, llzuwulwl K: mt. lmuis AI1't'iu, II--rlv-rl Inns. I1 ' '1 f l'- ff, im ' .' 11", lluwurnl XX' -lxll. Ilusswll Twist. Ilatru-lfl ln- I' -xv. liz " 1' Hx' Htl ' . zu-kr . Jul S S nun. Virgil lClL:::. John Mi -In:uvliS. l,ux':xuf- I"l'1-1l1'v','ill. Clmrlfs llltlvlllilll. XVQI Ar' Morris. Hnlplx ling. lr.-uzahl Ilglgt IlIlQ'l'. Stfmwn I'.1lm.-r, I ' V I mln 6 I! liz HHHHHHHHHHHHHHGHHHH EEEEEEEHEEEHEH HHH EEEHEHEH H HISTORY OF AMERICA O Lmcoln towerxng prmce the flag you hold ls stall a nanon s shzcld :ts standard hugh Through errors and through trrumphs mamfold Stzll do the states you saved strzue buxld and try To frame your dream the perfect Shxp of State Yours was the wsxon Yours rs stall lhe plan A natxon follows Through the years and decades stzll Yours IS the uorce that leads the common man HHHHHHHHHHHHHHH FRESHMAN CLASS Americas First Inhabitants X MERICPJS earliest history shows a wild and roving people carrying X tomahavx ks and scalps in their hands. They lived in a land of prom- ka ise and undeveloped riches. L. C. H. S. s opening history for l927- Q. Y 1928 discloses a new group of students-Freshmen. As the picturesque Indian of yesterday the Freshman is alxx ays on the moveha hard element to keep in hand. However, just as the Indian became civilized. when associated with the white man. so the Freshman. associated with the upperclassman, undergoes a change. As the Indian laid dovsn his tomahawk and ceased the scalping, so the Freshman puts away his suckers and rattles and discontinues to pull hair. Just as the Indian was given the plovx handle to caltivate his rich land so the Fresh- man is given the textbook and the laboratory instrument to cultivate a richer and more xaluable field Freshmen of 1928 ClIl76l"lS but they are desirable citizens and from their group come some of the school s outstanding students The fact that there was lead ership and co operation in the classes was shown by their rank in the Repre sentative Student Contest in which they placed iirst CLASS OFFICERS XXILI I-XXI SFI Lk NIARX N -XI GI In IJOROFHX XXUOU Prfsldsnt 1 Ir sit en N er tirs l69l Y' X . , V , 1 et . t . , 5 N V , x x 1 1 ' , , V . U Thus Freshmen become the citizens of L. C. I-I. S. Not only are the 'I X I . - . - ! . I 1 I i ! 1- A-3' - A +I iv- ' I .'+-- +A 2 .' FRESHMAN CLASS T011 IPM to Ill lf ll ms 1 0 I1 ss Ilnunu f I tn Ixltzlex -Xlw n ns N I I 1 S mul 7111 xrfmd 1Xl1lld'NUll Xlhmm 1 nz Pug-m Nltllllkllllll lem hnudso IN L It L01 N 1 nfl you sr 1 s 1 C 1 ll I4 Iulle-1 Doris Bnklu Ulf-,l 11111 um s Iwlth 11114 een no e x 1 1x 11 1 111111 B: tom nu x ll x .1 1 x xllldll emit Ml Xlllls Inge. xm 70 Top ', ' "JI .' Cha 'l BI: ll , Ru I Bulls. " , '- '- .Ima-s. in 'f "" ', - 10 Jo 'rum-is jlty. .Vw ' 1': Cl" ' ' ,' . 1 ' 1 Gu- 'i. I - 1 . 1' -IT. "" ' -' ll. R21 "h" ' VVFIHL Fulk, Bn-th Sulirl ury, x,1l'i.' Yvllilli Ar, Jpzl G: 't '-ll, Iivvlyn " ', Fou1'th rnux' IQVIIIIUIII Russx-ll, Imfx l'vill'iS. Iilllllil 1.1-v Re-x, Alam Hays, Alb:-rtzl Mc'Clusk1-y, GL- 'fl 'I 'z 'l,'. ' All H C- rgf, Mzlr:ti11 M: tl is, l'I4l11z1 limbs-1'tsn11. XVill': Ill Stuvk, Al: ll lamp. if " RHI Al1":1l1.'. xvilllllil Imvis, Ilumllxy 1' vkrzun, t'hz11'lvs I'a1tl-l'.'m111, . ' '-11 W . .F :1 . ' 'I 11- .' ith. FRESHMAN CLASS lop zuu left to rzqht Erlun GPOIQQ Nllxmf ONe nl Hirx ex fxlfhn IS ihel Nt ihl Hemx Hum Nhrgufrm Blick Seroml lflll Pxlmer Plxrk Xml Louder' Iram Jcnsw Luulk 5111101 Doruthx F muck 7111111 mu I I mudme Sfllllh I ur Brooks Gu endolxn btuup Lwtf r Hum Q X1 ugoll NChLl1'If m ln 11111 ln Iwucht Iwznth mu Ldxxrenn Rogfxs Dmmhfm Bnllmgfr Hulfx NI!l1Ih Ila flmrclerode- Xl0lPt Nlmer I-rfdx Hensel Fifth mu V xlbf rt Gibfl Dorothx XX ood Fugomfx Lllx ll I loxd Col1mQ Exelxn .Im Bottom rnu f lrol lhompkon Hou xrd IUIQIFX R bx In Plllflf Phllllp Hllcxfm Bitch fldfr Lflgu D+ 111+ rt Jo-fphmf Bmlmx I7 " ', 'A I -' ' . - 2 A - -1 , 2 ' ,' 1' , Ja ., L . ' ',' , . 4 ' ' I ' . A ' ' 3: L ' ,I ,. 2 ' , A - .' . , A' 1: . ' '- - -- W, ' A " ' F, -A . 1 . . ' A. A A Y A, , v . ' . . . . . .A ., A A, . .A ,. . . L ., ,- z , 1 2 I ' . ' . . .. . V 4. r,-. . A, .V ' A . . A, - - .- . , " . ., , 1 L , . A . , . , . , . ,A , 'z " 4 -- " , 'f A . ' A ' '-.' f . ' . . f - 1 V . -f A 1 1 . . -qv . 1.' .. v, Y- . ,. , . , - - - - . , ,, ,. , , . . ' A, uA ' A, -1 - : A 1 -- FRESHMAN CLASS Top row left to Mght Ruth Yapp Dorothy Grosamln hllen Englehdupt Merwm Burk holder Aus Clemens Rachel 'lrlpp Second row Elma Anderson Dorothy Gould Clydf Sperbar Lola lvxlet Mary Naugle Pauhne Luft Fourth row Anne Stoppel Donald Martm Evelyn Qumn Walter Bender Almeda Daffron Mxldred Lewls F1fth row Jay Templeton Mary Jane lNlChO1S George Shapley Margaret Smlth Fred Van Arsdale Bottom row Lloyd Whxte Irene Bedford Flora Levui Clark Snyder Louella Wright Ruth Grabnll Merle Mnchaelxs l72l Third row: Theresa Dalponte, Floyd Monroe, Beverly Garver, Ray Kinzie, VVilla. Backes, SOPHOMORE Cl ASS Colomzers HE Puntans were the second group of people to strnve and live in ggi EN America suffering many sorrows and hardships for conscience sake WJ Yi Thev planted their new principles on virgin soil and before long M95 took on the atmosphere of a permanent colony Then' stern man ners and inflexible standards became the acknowledged code of life of a growing people L C H S They settle down to principles of inflexible routme and adopt a stern manner which is doubtless meant solely to impress Nevertheless they differ in one respect from the old Puritans It was a custom among our forefathers of New England for the men and women to sit on opposlte sides of the room at public gatherings No doubt if this custom were followed by our estlmable Sophomores there would be less mirth and levity during the chapel periods at high school However the Sophomores have this justification It is the first year that they have had to brave the rigors of the stern Mr Morse and they must find some time in which to recover thelr self esteem by exuberance CLASS OFFICERS JAMES WELIJELE JOHN NIIUHAELIH MARSHALL FULLER President X me Pre sxdent Sc cre tan l73l A Lim' I . . . . . . r i ef as - Even so the Sophomores come into their own as permanent inhabitants of SOPHOMORE CLASS Top mu left to zzqht Nl mm Nlcmnmbs Fdni Poles X ex non NIcQombs Qlllll Dodd Funk N1 lthls XX1lm1 H4 lst S fund mu J I 1 Loos Bun Ingo Nlmme Pouzu Jxck Iocklu Ihufl Ill Xl e s 1 x 1 R 1-4 ftillll Huold PllfF1Nl7ll l'1AlllI1t' stqllbu Huold Ionll Y 1X ne P lttn n I'1 th :nu em 3 0 x 1 Ru mf gilt! mum I llilll LllCllll HIICIQIOK e uw ll un l I I 1 tom :nu x la 1 ol llllll, Ix ln Phettep' L xlu th e I-'f" ' lilizalln-tll omfs, R-ll: J, -' "'- , . 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A11lI'jl!l'i1' llzlll. l 74 I SOPHOMORE CLASS Top mu lpft to Hght Phxllm M1110 Plul l"nrtn+r Jncfplx ne 'I'hompQ0n Donlld Sheldon Prxncws Nh KIIQZIIHESSN hdlth Budux gPl01llll0ll Ruth Fwtsell I Arolxn 1' ux X11,,1l Bg N1 xrx Frltzlfr lensm Doxle 'Ilmd vnu LA non 'NIIKRIIQX ia la n R xmxex 6 ordnn -XX F1 S If Slhf r F uw num 'XI nxme N ou ton If dn 1 J uksnn I-fnnth ruu uguunf Zrum Nftt lnnnvlh M um Xllglllll -Xlklll Hur 109 X ur uni 1 th lou ez Rm 4101 B ul :ht mel vlt.,:1 X 1 111 91 nuft 1 f llll - P1 x Nlllllll 1 0 11 ru ux Y lite IX A' xo N lf Crm r lllk llI'llS -X 1 + n x 'rn Nmthx D I 1 ' -: '-.i,,I: j "-ff' ig,.z -. "' ' -: - '- .' l -- 1 J 3 ' . Q I: - ' A '15, . .I I- ' ' ' Me' f'-I r ,i- - X'-l . .' -. z Yz'l.IJ: :li Hzxmil. Yiulu Hznrclf-rode-. I"'f ' In, r- 1 fhalf , Xxviuiillll H 5"'. . r I 1' B l, Kr' ll f"y'p.'. .lhj HIL' J ' lv! M: Y'l' . R: A' luI'."n.'. YUM ,S gJl'5'. M: "1 n Ma ' , VC- 'Wm' lj, Fx'zu1cf's Julmslm. F" .' ' 'up. 7- SOPHOMORE CLASS 1 1 mu r ttn zzqht nun I null I 1 l 1 nlnll Iszhu Xxlllxlllkfjll Xmlet Crve-nburg H'1r0 Hmm lwln L Rllm N :mul ION ull N lXlll 'lttwu wel ln lu H1 X Hfmson nd w ru I mx + 1 0 N lhlt Nlnguet JICOJN :mth 1 1 Q Nlllll Nl lllf llmmpson Rube xt Aug'uQt nude 1 1' fh :nu 4 -Xllllllll, Rlxmum Nmlllenl Jllhlli. Dmlv IX 1. Lopp Jun: X mln: rttum ml lll 1 km n fs 1 -Xllu hungry txxstll Fnlhtt Roe Norton Re-Xa lxltt NI uguet Hoskins l76l T11 ' ylff .' V' 2 4: " , .v - V1 ' . 'IS 1' " " ,' , " 1 ' ', . ld .'r'- ' Y " - Scott. xX't'l'tll1il Hill, .lr " la -von, M: l - L: mn: X, 1 1' 1-y . . Th" 'nun' IN 'u lj 1:11 -nzi, My 'ax Vuuts. Alyx' n lmliso, I-'x':nlc'v.' v . . 1 ' : '- 1 ' ls, Ninn Ula-mv ns. F: ' '41l'I Plalrl Lu-. ll llvn xY1lI'll4'l', H4-lc-11 . ' 'g:nn. . z " .' , -' . . , Ma :21l'll't'll. 'if ' Fa-rul Zi -glvr. lirnn . ' fum, z Q l ' , ' . A' -, G 'z . V- H1 ' 1'.' R1 I I.: l"' . J: ll XV-lwln-le-. . 7' ' "jr: J' ' . -v ' . ' JUNIOR CLASS Reuolurionists After the people had fought their way through the many hardships and battles with the Indians and the stern rule of England, they began to see where they stood in the world and what they needed. Then they began to rebel and fight for more rights. Thus have the Juniors worked their way from the Fresh- men and Sophomore classes, struggling with their lessons and with the new ways of L. C. H. S. The Juniors are given more privileges than they formerly ha,ve had, as England gave the Revolutionary people more privileges than they had had, although not all that they wanted. Among many of the privileges which are given to the Juniors is the Junior Prom They are allowed each year to give an entertainment which only the Juniors and the Seniors may attend The Revolutionary people were never given any privileges from England like this that they might air their vievss in the presence of each other And thus the revolutionists passed on into the glory of a new and greater nation And thus also it is for our Juniors to pass on and become the stand ard bearers for the school the Senior class of nineteen hundred and twenty nine CLASS OFFICERS lrilnt ltr X1ePx1dn I77I . . . . . . - . . Y AI.I"Rl'II7 LEIC HHLICN GRAHILL RALPH KING ' 'f-SW 4' Sf-r 'v an 'jv "v - 'ws' 0' I THELMA ANCIAL X as Dorcaa Matteson Day after day I labored m the field to helu our Lause GLENN BAlxKE Nathan Hale I re ret that I have only one life to gne for my country JEAN BLANKENSHIP a Deborah Qarrp son My famxly wah dlsgraced when I dressed as a man and fought ln Waehxn ton 5 army LOLA CAUDEL aa Bonnie Catha rlne Greene My home wah made lnto a hobpxtal PAUL BUDIN as Major Pltcaun Daper-.e you Rebels MINNIE COCKRAN as MISS Mac Iver: They ubed to call me the New York belle FLORI-NCE RIEKE ar. Mrs S1 ne Berry I urged my hubband to be braxe E781 JUNIOR CLASS LEI A ALGLST a 3 L u c y K n o x Durmg the e n t 1 r e war I wa: beparabed from my loyalnbt rela tion to share the for tunes of rebellion VERNON AYRES aa Jameb Robert bun We chased the Crerokee lndxanb IH territory now called lenneaaee I- RANCES BRADI EY r 5 J 0 n Adama The ueed to thunk It faah lonable t rldlcule femmlne learnln HEI EN CAMPBELI a Mrs Westlake I he ped the -.ol Wal' JUI lUb BRIS PON aa G neral Pre co Don t file untxl you sel the whxtea of thexr eyea CAROI INE DAVIS aa A nne Alduch When my hu., band left I threw aaxde my dn-mty and went lntu thn flxlml-. with the plow ETHFI DORN Abigail Butlex It was up t e to keep t taxern PALL CLARK an Ethan Allen Open m the name of the G1 eat .Ie hoxah and the Conti nental Con re 3 - Y v . f y 4 ' 1 . . K- , . . -I . H - as . ' 1 1 ' .. g , '. . - . U ' ' - ., H .. . . ' a s M f. h - . N' It y B H L I' - I . . 0 - I l .- . ' 1. . 1 . Y- , ,V . 4 4. fliers ull during the .1 , i ' 1 I V - ' v ' H ' B s Lt. , U ' ' H " . . V . A 'L - -, . . . ' as ' '. .. B, 0 .' m h e I . 1 , ' . ' d y 'A ' .. . . V 'U . g- Sf." 'VIAI RINF PINFGAN a Vlrs Iyalla In rah Cam ral Washington pr: sent: d me yxlth 11 mulal for blaurx EI M0 COIHERIN as Wullmm Dawn I was tfxptur rl a fe-va mules Iuyond Iexmxwn JL INE I- REDINSBL RC a 'Vlrs W 1 I 1 1 a m Havtkm In the absenee of my hus band I did my dutx by tending our farm HEI EN GRABII L s B et y R 0 s just An old sheet a rel pe-ttu-oat .and a blue Jacket JOHN EPPERSON as Btmdmm Ifnfmk lln I'0r vkan! o a shoe the horse vsas I01! VIVIFN HAI I a. 'Vlr 'VIercyVIar ren I ua u e the fir t tu an xo cate Lparatmn from Enlllard I I ORI- NLF HASI INGb ss u I heard the tmln 0 m tlrrxn ax orlte -Xmerud JUNIOR CLASS DORIS I' ISHER 8 Hetty A l le n Washington L a l lm ml me one of the -.wut est gurls IU Iinstnn ROBEIU COARI I' X :Ls Iiamn von Stxu lun I sympd 1 1 t h Ameru an people thur Rexolutxon MARY GIFRCH as 1' xnny bummels I had such a loxely time at he state ball DOROTI-IEA GREGORY as Hannah Neltun I shall nexer forget that w 1 n t e r h 1 I Washington ua at Valley Ifurnzf' DONAI D DOWIS Human patuncm has lt lxmls VIRGINIA HAMII Ls I uvy Fomlmn iw Do you rem we he I Jw 4 n town I wore at the Lmmrn Jr s ball NINA HOYIE Bday Meston lhu'1 were never more tzracgful movement than th: Q the cha rm lh mmuet RAYMOND I DWARD5 as Cmluml Stark 'Ihue are tht Rui Coat I We Ina! them ur Molly Stark s .1 mndfm Lunlpht lffll l l , . S ' s . .' ' I 1 '- '- ' . . , " 1 ' ' 1 . A- V.. , . " ', th".1-rl 'wi I the . - '. -.St A l 'I 'n 1 ' ' ' I ' 7 1. h 5 . '. ' A tx I ' W . U ,I V . af S ' I Sn "It is ' ,- - V , 2 I ," as Lafayette. . Q . 'L-.,. ' A-li ' 1' , 1 -, .. . " . km. f -' -' 1 r L y-llc ' S--1 Y . A Y as A VI , lv l " - F- A ' ..,, v .. S n I . . .. uf s I' A ' S, . - " s 4 Q- ,. Lf - ' ,, I ' - .V zu reef F 1181-, ' .- 1 " ' s ' ' 4 ' 4, ' 1 f y S' ' a f' '- - . S - . 'A ..'-" W , ,' . f, -H GERTRUDE HULL Sally Blame How well doez. a powdered curl set off a softly dlmpled shoulder DONIAI D HAGEVIIER as Olner H Perzy e haxe met the enemy and they are ours two shxp two brlge one -.chown xr and one sloop ANNA I OUISE KERR Mrs J a m e Thomas warned the rebel-. an attack I- LORLNCE KOENIG ae Mary Drape: Although I was too young to fight I urged all my elder bxothexs to do so HAROI D 'VILKI INIOCK Robert, lurner lhe manuf ture ot llnen hy me German-. Loes on hne LOIb LOCKLEY as Katherlne Stea I cleaned the "UMIST gun durm one battle that took place near our farm RUTH LOOS ab Salah Lane 'Vly loom was newer rdle l80l JUNIOR CLASS MARION HUNT as Martha Keene My tallow can dles brought up prlceb at the market JULIAN FALh as Paul Revere One lf by land two lf by sea and I on the oppoblte shore nhall be ISABEL KIRK an Jane Standnh I was the first school teacher ln the Clover Bay town bhxp CLARICE LINDSTROM as Myra Aden The thouflht of home coundrel Nteal mg my wild grape Jelly made me vexy :ack GRAYDON HANNA am all u VIRGINIA I OCKHARI' a 'VI a r y Vloonv. He loolud s 1 handbome m hx um form LILLIA SCHU IIAINN as Abigail R e 1 d I took my hus band 5 place nn the field BEN LROWNER J o h n T 5 Flfty foul fmty or fight , . as ' ' . , A 1 v v ' - l C I 1 4' 1 -I . N , . V In as '. s :. "I 3 of ,. 1 . , S 5 . , . , .' H r as Samuel Adams, "I ' S' 'sf"d." I ' 1 H ', as A " v t ' ac- 4 ' . tl S , A , H . 5. , I. - - In ll it ly. 4 . .Q '.4 , ry A : ' 2, Q. 1 S ' :,' 5 ' 15 I A I , 1 H ,Q . ' vv ' 'l ' , as 'ler. FI I FN MCLAIN as Mrs DQ horah Cruthm rs I namul my oltleet boy after Ceneral Wa h lngton INF! 'VIICHAFI a Mn Iouutune I acted at hum ln double capacity of doctor and coffee woman OT'I O IxUNT7E an Rex John Rod Lars In the name sf God Amen AGNFS MON FGOMERY as Deborah Ramen I can spun sux -.kelns of yarn a :lay BI ANCHE MOUI I'0N a Jennle Stubble f I1 e L of my day were xely Loud cookr. HFRBERT I INDS FROM a. 'Ihumaa Pune- Ihe kim, har 1 me rn..h rule MARY FMIVIA POUIAR Ka le A n My new gown maflz of xelwet and ls Imported from I rn i0n JUNIOR CLASS EI IlAIIF'IH VIAIHIS 'Vlmy Standish She had the smallest foot and mould dance tle the he-sl of any Lui nn Iluf-mn I -XIX RFINLE KIND-xI'AD X I-In n L a Ie I honlmralrlc pe-an L H2lIlfd2. LII I II MII I ER a I ucy Iltth nn wa the Hr woman to rule the btage coach between Bow ton and Prou dence VIXRX NIORRIb A nne Dauclxon e Loxernox Dre-tt slaughter who wax much fe-ted ef' YD t Prml nkme AIIRPD IEI' as Jame Wluh un Economy at VYYI 0 ahrnful FEI'-"XIFVE POI I AIXD Mnpal Ixnnx How I hated the Inns. Sundny su mun Ihulc-h FW I- NNI' IH QI INIX Iyfha Darrow en I x 1 1 Phllasielphla Benjamin I'rankl1n hume he paw m a prettx plate CH 'IRI Fb VI-Xi RFI I a ma Otlx Amfncan nnchpsnd eme ma thin ans Lhmre horn I8ll I 1 4 1 4 u 1 V- 4 I L I I . " , ' " vw . " .' I v In 4 I I1 . I , , - . . H I rw-I 3 f. . . I, ' ' S A Y as 2 r y 'I y, H . ,, 'fur flcatean , . E . . , s . .' 'U , "I ' 9 1 st Q V 4 1 ' v Y ,, as . f' g , - -'Th , . ns J . V 5- . , , ' . I 'Q , on ' '. Q h t AI 0 ". 1 - 4 I I v! .' s . z 'S , A hs .and peace 4. ' . - s ' . ie- I. "'I'h- firls " ' ' I 'Ia ' . ' V '." I . ' as . 'f"I ' . f X' 3 ' 5 - -. 4 ln the 0 n I 4I I 1. 1. ' 1 'I.'.'Z" -- 1 - 1 . . . . . . . 1. no Ilv f t to , H 214 .' ' ' ', "VVh 'Hits-I in I' " at 1 f- - 1. . . ,. :ls ' ff I. ' 9. 4. A 4 ' A A ' ' 4 ', " ' f ' is H, . . . . . A - I ,. . ' , . . 1 I , f ,. A ' ' A HEL N RECE an E ther Rutledxe My famlly 1 the Rutledge: of :outh Carolma NETTIE REUTER ae, Bonme Brace What fun had on elelghlnfz par tic-5 nn the wmterb along the Hudaon DAVIS MORRELL as Robert Morrn-. My hopes wLre realized ln the Bank of North Amerlca IRENE DICKERSON as Abigail Foote I hatcheled Hax with Hannah yester da and me dld ol pounds apmece ALICE SCO I l Betty 'lorrty I mendml mothers rulmg hood last evenmg., Sl AN'I ON PAI MER as George Washmfz ton I cannot te a he ATHLENE SUMMERS a-. Grace Burnaby Waahlngton complnnented me on my sulcessful broom made rf Guinea wheat straw l82l JUNIOR CLASS VIABEL REU PER a Alice Brace Turtle feasts were common occurrences ln New York HUBERT MASON ab James Rauer Amerlca beemb bo be breakxnll UD and mount, webtward JEANE I TE RUTH a Mary lhoma-. Mra Willard talked to me about n o t b e 1 n pr at he Lord 1, Supper l a 5 t Sabbath Day OAKLEY NOR'1 OKI M o n t c a l m S0 much the better I shall not llve to see the surrender of Que PC DIXIE SERR A great deal of my pretry wax pub 115 h e d durmxl the wax IRENI' SM ITH as Martha Washing, ton I huird he fxrxt and labt shot of the Important cam PBIKII FRANPIS QUINN as Wolfe God be pralsed' I shall dle ln peace RAYMOND TEISEI L as Ierael Putnam To help the cau 0 I droxe a floek of my sheep from Connectxcut to Boa ton 3 ' , ' , . S r ' H s ' , .. ' -4 l . .. , I u ' v J! nl' ' l ' . - 'r ' . , 1 . . il , U V. , 1 ff . 3 el . i t -, ,, .. , . ,. . A y as , .. , b . .. y, ' ' 7 - U , as Anne Bradstreet. ,.,. as ' ' , ' ,H ' 5. I 1 ' v- . 'A ' 'E . S7 Y ' H , A , f -- J . ll ' rl' .1 . . ' n 5 I .. , - ' .1 ' - S l . . I ' ' ' '- , , ., - ,. Nlll FOV REX a Qharlu Plc-kney Vu hate mx huns for dcfense but not um cent fm trlb u e BEFH-X WAI D0 a Hannah Adam I tauszht Latm and lxteratun durmi. thv Re ulutmn 'NIAURICE RILEY as Awdrew Jack on I0 the unto lf ong the '-D0llS HOWARD SMI I'H ae. Juhn Marshall Hn found thc Constxtutxun a :kele wlth Ile h and blood CONNIE WHITE as Flxa Ixeplmgzer A xtarxy patch on the chuk come not anne-1 IOHN STL' ISVIAN ab John Hancock Tht lung mf England could read xt I 1 t h 0 u t hx pee taclev RI SSFII fVlrlbl' a Patrick Hmnrx C lu me ltlmertx or sane mm death JUNIOR CLASS EICIN REIC ax Juhn Duken nn I wa. the dsl: gate to the first Cun tlnentul C 0 n iz r 9 -1 from Pennsylvama FRANL ES TEMPI E as Ploame Puckett We had flood use -.uup for break fat VI-NRI AREI' JANE WI- I DEI E A bally C r a n e I heat they have adopted an length -knts In New York SHIRI EY STEWART as James Vlroodbnle I Daw Sally Cram ankle b u t then Nhe was a brazen mtv 'VIARIIII' FH WH! l ALRE I- Ilia WL had a Lrnat m a n y partrnlgu heath hens pigeons and turkeys on our farm NEVA WILCOX I-lo Klmberlw The Indian glrlw help thetr moth ers hue the ground plant morn and carry burdmn HOW A RD WELSH a wllll3mH Har rl on Thex told me my place wab mn a los! Labm drmklmz c 1 d e r and mmm: coons VIRGIWI-X WOODRINIG a beorma 'Vloore Our plantatmn 1'-J mar the woods and calls d Wocxllancl Harbm l83I .S ' ' .W - " s , H i l - .L .. .. 4 , . .. I . . . A- I ' , ' . s .. Y , ' s ' S. I 'H 1 ' 1 m 4 I I . I , I S ' x ' ' ' k l 9 , . - . f . ' s . X- ,I C ' 'yy A 4 . JS 7 . -A ' , . A I, tun and clothed it , , ' ,- Q , -- as ,. L u c a 5 , ' ' 1' . 1 .. . . - ,,. A -' " ' as ' ' ' '-1 7' 4 , I ,Q ,. v . W. v ' . S " ' . - .. . -' 4 'S - .. -, v ' - ' ' . ' ' ' sk' ' J. M A , . ., v 1 5 , I. A , 5 . ' , J. l " ' . . h H .. ,S . . FREEMAN GALBRAITH as Wlllmm Black For k1ss1ng a woman m the street except a clv I salute the punishment wlll be a whlppmg or a fine EMERSON BACON a J o h n K e I l o Dancing IS the ch1ef dxverslon here and huntlnp. and raclng ALTA JOHNSON as Dora Watson Ifor cursing and swearing the tongue IS bored with a hot lron LOUIS MURRIN as Robert Bevexly 'lhe huntmpz of wxld horses of deer and the treelng of possums IS great sport ROBERT WRIGH I as James I Itch I wnll offex to provide Llass for the f 1 r s t Massachusetts college FRANCES YERKES as Nellie Hageman I led the music m the cholr last Sab bath Day JUNIOR CLASS Ihe Tzqer , i841 1928 MARION HARTWAY as General Brad dock I was sent over from Eng land wlth a force of regulars to capture Fort Duquesne DELORES McCLUSKEY as B e t h C r o s s Short sleeves where- by the nakedness of the arms may be dns coxered IS a crime RALPH KING as Cotton Mather For some time we dld not know whether the stones of wxwhe-s were true EMMETT SI ACK as Increase Mather lhe first publu: school law was estab lxshed m Massa chusetts RALPH WILSON as John Stark I came from New Hampshlre to Jom n the slefze of Boston MARGARET YERKES as Jenme Jenks I am closely re lated to Captaln Jenks of the Horse 'Vlarlnes SENIOR CLASS The Gold-Diggers As in the days of '49, adventurers came from all over the country seeking the gold of California, so the Seniors, an adventurous group of roaming peoples, ardently sought the golden knowledge of L. C. H. S. The road from entrance to graduation seemed long and hard, and the journey was often disheartening. They climbed the towering steeps of Algebra and History with quaking hearts. Amid the abysses of English and chasms of Latin it was no wonder they weakened before the end of their travel. But the lure of gold led them on. They believed that at the end of the trail gold would willingly roll into their coffers. But. poor innocents, they were dis- llusioned. They barely started before the pangs of Senior dues gnawed at their fitals. This agony they braved only to be stu.nned by the photographers bill. But again perseverance won A measure of relief arrived in December but the going immediately became rougher with Senior cuts and price of Annual to surmount Moreover a crushing blow was dealt the valiant band by the robber Rings But like the Phoenix they were not to be dissuaded and after a final combined effort of caps and gowns sneak day and Commencement the survivors stand upon the end of their trail Some are to find the glittering gold of success and others to be lead away from their purpose by the shine of Fool s Gold CLASS OFFICERS Pi ilnt Ne-crt rx ell side-n i851 . v CHARLES HIIJICMAX IRICNE HARCLEROIPE NORMAN HOLT "Q-s'4 e- Q' ' 4- ai j Vic - "1-5' I SENIOR CLASS Beaux and Belles of '49 HARR1 lVlARTlN Member 1 2 3 4 Football 2 S Club 3 4 Track 4 Glee Club 3 4 Arco 2 3 4 Rifle Club Executne Officer 4 A at Sea 3 MARJORIE METTLEN Member 3 4 Glee Club 4 Drama 4 Pep Cub 4 S K Vodul 3 4 Lelawala Daddy Long Legs Mxxed Quartette 4 l86l HARRY REED Member 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 3 Interclass Track 2 Glee Club 3 4 Football 2 Lelawala LEORA SMITH Member 1 2 3 4 Girl Reserves 3 4 Glee Club 4 Lelawala HELEN LEWIS Member 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 'Z 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Drama 1 2 3 4 S K2 4 Arco 3 Boomerang Daddy Long Legs HAROLD KANE Member 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3-4 Band 1 Glee Club 3 4 Drama 4 I-rench Club 1 2 Vodvxl 1 3 4 Arco Jumor Class Play Lelawala ---3 -3-4. ---: -. ---1 -.- "Lelawala" 45 "Pickles" 3. 'Thirteenth Chair." .. H ., . 3 Q 3 . 2. . ' - I . - - 1 -2-3-4. SENIOR CLASS The Pick of the Cold-diggers C1 Xl CLRIII 'Vlember 1 7 '3 4 President Student OTLZDILZQ on 4 Rcpresentatlve Stull Counul l a-.s Pre Z Sec Nat Hon Soc 'S Basketball S C uh ? JOHN De AN SCOTI Vhmber 1 A u Arco 3 4 Nat Hon Soc Hu.h School Journalx ts DOROIHX l U'l IN Nlember 1 2 5 4 Glee Club 3 ec 4 Drama 54 P es Nat Hon Soc 4 Pep Club 4 lx Cluz Mlnlc Once m a Blue Moon Copperhead l LCII I I: T1-T51 Ll N Q-'nber 1 7 3 4 Latin Clu Pep Club 4 Glee Club ama 3 1 S K Cla -Xnnual 4 Vodul '54 On y BK 'vimnck co P S 1 Rlc HARD lLRR 'Viemlmer 1 7 3 4 Debate 'S 4 Nat Hon Soc 3 4 H1 Y Annual 1 Hon rc I EZ K -1 Banc 1 Ar SPAN! h Club Y uf xl lkflx 'NKLCLL ember 1 7 3 4 H Y S lx 4 Debate '5 Annual 4 Arco 34 Vodxll 'S Spam h Club 3 1 Ioren-lc 'Z l87l Clifi ' .22 H ' . f, I' 5' f " i '. S . 3 ' 5- 2 r'.'. -1. . . . 3- 1 '- 4. 1: ' . " . A' . . ' . 2 . - 1 . Fo . . . 3-1 Cl S. ' 1 . 3. S. Q. l 43 " ' ' k." S. 3. : 1 3- 3 co 3. .' . , . ,.4. H ' ' - 'S 2-3: ' i-'1 3-4. Football 1-2-3-4. "The Haunted House." Rifle Club 4. 5 1-2-3-4. " ." 'X " l 3--1: Hi-Y L-3-4. .' 'C .' ..' 1 1- ,.Q'.'. 'H- . A -Z-3-4: rx: 5 3-4. .! . -L-- - 3 ' b 2. M' ' -L-- - I i- ' 4. - - I ' . . . 1 4. '. Q. : ' r 3 Af ' 's Dr Z- 3 . 2. b4. 2- I " .. .. I 3 : ..A - - Ar 1.-2 -4. SENIOR CLASS The Soap Box Orators of the Gold Rush SAMUI I MII LICIAN Member I Z 3 4 Debate 1 7 3 4 I'o0tball 2 3 Babketball 3 Track 3 4 League Debate 4 Nat Fore Lg 3 4 Arxrub Drama 4 Daddy Long Legs KATHrR1Ne STROLD Vlefmber 1 Z 3 4 Debate 1 7 3 Argus. Z 34 Ed 4 Gxrl Reserves 1 Z 3 4 V P 3 Treab 4 Nat I'orc Ig Arco 1 Z-3 4 St Orat Content 3 Spanlbh Club 1 7 S Cuuncll 4 I88l Jost PII Vv'ALKI:R Member 3 4 Leaezue Debate De ate 3 4 V P on F rc Ig 3 4 S K Arco 4 Bus Mgr Annual 4 HIY 4 Nat Hon Soc 4 Freaa Rxfle Club 4 Member 1 2 3 4 Debate 2 3 Pep Club 3 4 Drama 3 4 RlHe Club Nat Fore L Glee Club Only FRXNCIS BURKIIOLDI R Member 1 2 3 4 Arco 3 4 Argus 3 Corpus Juris 4 Blue Trxangle G R 3 4 Member 1 2 3 4 Drama 4 Glee Club 3 4 Pep Club Pre 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 4 Arco 3 4 Interclass Basketball -'-'Z -L.-.-, -Q 4, ---: --. ' - 3 ' . b - : . . 4. ' 5 ' . '- I . H . 0 . . . - 1 . 2. 4. ' . . - . . . . - C ' 3-4. : . . . Q ' ' CHESTER GARBER IDOWNING KI:I.I.OGG . -' -- - 3 -Z.-'-4. - - - 3 - -4, - - - : 1 . ' ' -'--: . . . ' 41, . . 2.3-4. s. --. '. : . ' . . . 3-4. 33 " 38." - - - 5 - . SENIOR CLASS The Guardians of the Fireside El IXLHN COATS ANNX LEE CHLLK Vlember Z 'S 4 'Vlember 2 'S 1 Glee Club 4 Blue Trlanqle 7 4 K ue r1 Annual 4 Nat Hon Arco 'Y 4 Vll I BX PHI lTl Pl. HCI 'XRTHLR Jac INSON Member 'S 4 Furl R serxe 3 I 'Vlember 4 lx Sallor a Class Prvsulentl Ba ke! mall 1 ' Operetta 1 EPRX BLSIQ, Member 1 9 '3 4 Arco Blue Trlangle 4 Corpu RUSH ll hu BI Vlembnr 1 7 5 4 Blue T 2 :Jur- rxannle I 89 ' , L-3-4 . S. Q. 4: Bl 'I' 'a:i'lQ 2-13-4. ' 1 ' is 4 Spanish Club 2-3: S. Kg. Cub 1. Junior Vorlvilg "Only SS." Interclass Basketball, Q , . Soc. 4. ..- . , .-31' e: -Q2-. , . A 1 .1,.2-g ' f S. ':. 41 A' "' M ids" 3. 2 s ' l -Z.. SENIOR CLASS Across the Border with the Pony Express ROBl:RT VAN CL D Member 1 2 3 4 Latm Club 2 3 4 Wlndmllls of Hol and I Trlal by Jury Jun or Vodx l MARGXRFT MLAD Member 3 4 Drama 4 Jumor Class P ay G1rlReberve5 3 4 Ba xetba Daddy Long legs 4 l90l Ross ASN1CKR JOHN! YJCODRIING Member 3 4 Glee Club 1 7 Member 1 2 3 4 Band 1 7 Spamsh Club Z Basket all 1 Arco 7 4 Arvu 1 Semor Vodvll 4 RICHARD HRH GRRCE PARX IN Member 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 J 4 Member 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 H1 Y 4 Orchestra 1 2 'S 4 Glee Club 3 4 Arcu 4 Basketball 1 Z 3 4 Track I P 3 4 lx Lelauala Glee Club 3 4 Band S4 A a Sea Spanish Club 5 4 Glr Q S Club . W, fe .,. ., 1 , I 4 , - - -'. - 3 -1.. - - - 3 -1.43-4. ' -' - - ' ' S ' 'X . 42. L- 3 ., 5 L. Annual 4: Arco 4. "S" Club 45 Basketba'l 1-2-3-4. Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4: Arco 1-3. ' ' ' - : 11' ., ll1L!. - : . -K-:- 5 ' -L-:- .. J S.. l S. ,zu 4: .. ,, - : :h I " ll t " 3. ' 2- . - 11. .. ., 34' SENIOR CLASS High, Low. Jack, and the Game HOWARD R xsxxu ssrx 'Vlember 1 ' 3 4 Interclam Babkethall Memorxal Cummlt Le Senior Week F0"I'l'T'l tea BFSSIF BlXRTI.I:TT Glrl Reserxes 1 Interclabb Babketlall 1 7 'S 4 Treas Spanish Club S lr 2. S ub Pr 5 Junior Vodxxl I-Il'LxCe Member 1 Z Glrl Rcberve Debat Vodvll hot Q ste uch Come QLX Cc I Vlce Captam Tra ln 4 Inter chol tc a k 'Nl e ub 4 3 1. rco 7 HOWARD XX II bow Member 1 Z S 4 Ba ketbal Track 34 Sen UI Vmivl Arco 4 AGNES K'NLTS'NX Girl Rererxeb 1 Wmdmllls of H01 and 1 Interclam Ba ketla a eant 1 23 . , '. Qf Q.. If NTI! PTI ' V .' .' . -L-5 -' . -' -3-1. -' -I - I 5 I - " A . I ' 5 1-2-ff-l. Z- I S ' Q, ' ' " -. " ' L14 S n .' . , . ' 1 " H 5Il1 ." .rf ' QL' Member 1-2-3-4. Member 1-2-3--1 2 'fra,I: 2-341-5 Member 1-2-3-4. A ' J -243-L l - ' Q ' . I ' ' ' 3"- " ' x -L--- , Na. s .Ls I 'fr c . , t4. " " A . ' " . , 'f :Q "S" Cl -7: Ar 's 3. " 1 ll 1-2. G' lf' " " Cl :s-4: er. 4. A L-::-4-5, P 2 1 Ara, 4, l 91 1 SENIOR CLASS Tillers of the Soil of the New West EVl:RI:T 1 BARDI:lN Member 1 2 3 4 Agr culture 1 Z 4 Arco 1 2 3 Certxficate of EHICIGHCY m Vvood Work VICTOR POL ZAR Member 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Aggie Club 1 Z 3 Project Prmze 2 Debate 2 3 4 Arco 1 2 3 State Judzm 'leamb 2 3 1921 HARR1 BARTHOLOMEW Member 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Umon P30160 Scholarship 4 Aqgle Club 1 2 3 Pres 3 Stock Judgm Team 2 3 FR XNCES ANIDLRSON Vlember 1 7 3 4 Glrl Reserxeb 1 2 3 S K Club l:Tl-11-1 ANDERSON Member 1 7 3 4 Glrl Reserxer. 1 3 Corpus Jurxb 4 Arco DALL ALDRlCH Member 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Debate 3 4 Nat Pore Lg 4 - - -F - , , . f ' ' ' . ' H -2--4. A " ' ' --: . . '- 5 1-2. Arco 3-4 3 Hon. Soc. 44 V :ll . 3 5 '-'I --. A -Z.--. .-g '- -. V "' - ' ' ' - - -4. -5 . ' . . ' ' 1 --. . 2. 4. SENIOR CLASS lVate: Carriers of the Arid lVaste LELIA MAXFELDT Member 4 Basketball 1 G1rlReserwes 4 S K 4 Junmr Class Play 3 CLARFNCF GABE-I Member 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 Sailor M8lhS FLORFNC1: lx lRlx 'l e'nber 3 4 S l 4 Class Play 2 l.ll.l.l KN VVVARREN! Nlembcr 4 GI'ORGl: MULLIGAN Member 2 3 4 G ee Club 4 TTT Debate Club 4 Aggle Club 2 3 4 lVllNINlII FRY Member 4 G1r1 Reserves 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Junior Clan Play 3 wlDdYIllllS of Holland Z 3 , .1 . - : . 'Q -. - - 3 I Aggie Basketball 3-4. .. - -, ,. .. - - .. . SENIOR CLASS Swing Your Partnersf All Hands 'Roundf DONALD HAH S Member1234 Band1234 Orchestra 3 4 Drama 3 4 Natl Honor Soc 3 4 H1 Y Annual 4 Only 38 The Haunted K ROBLRTA ROB? RTSON Member 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Spambh Club 3 4 Blue Triangle 3 4 S K 4 Baaketball 4 1941 MILDRED MCKELVEY Member 1 2 3 4 Blue Tuamzle 1 'P 3 4 Vodvll 1 3 4 Arco 1 2 3 4 Debate HERBERT Loos Member 1 2 3 4 Band I 7 G ee Club 4 Arco 4 Junlor Clan. Play V0dVll 4 EBER PECHIIN Member 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Boyr. Quartette 4 H1 Y Spanish Club 1 2 Basketball Track Orchestra Lelawala GRACE GRIFF'N Member 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 Iatm Club 3 4 Arco 1 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 H U: .4 ' A if -- - V: 1- : S . House"g "Minick": Arco 1-2-3-4. Orchestra 4: Spanish Club 1-3. "Once in a Blue Moon." S- 2 4. .. ',. - : - . - - -'- : -L-3-4. - -'- : -4. " - . 1, 5 . , ' -- : ' -3-4. SENIOR CLASS Say Nothing and Saw lVood DALE- THOXIPSON FRYNK ROBIRDS Member 1 2 'S 4 Glee Club 3 1 Vlember 3 4 Band 1 2 'S 4 Latin Club 3 S K 4 Rifle Club 4 Pickles A at Sea 3 Ielawa WLSI El HI NRI .IOHX XII: STLCKEL Member 1 Z '3 4 Member 4 Certxficate of EHICIEHCQ 4 Semor Week Commnttee 4 A1-:me Basketball 4 CLARENCE VAIN DEX EX-DER Member I 7 3 4 a Track 1 2 'S Glee Club Arxrub Stal-I u Lelavuala CHXRLIS Prxoxu Member 4 Annual 4 Senmr Week Commlttee Certxfuate of Effxclency l95 , . , , Q . , , . , --.-3 ' .. ' --,g I-5. "Ones in a Blue Moon," "All at Sean: "Pickles" .. - , H: .. ll .. - .. , .H " . la" 4. ' - ' ' 4. SENIOR CLASS Homemakers, ihe Backbone of the IVest RU I H Bl DFORD Member 1 7 3 4 Baaketball 1 2 3 4 Track S Club .3 4 Blue Trlangle 1 Z 3 4 Corpus. June Club 4 Commercial Contest 3 Member 1 I 3 4 Glee Clu Debate 3 4 Ar Us 4 Arco All at Sea .3 Once ln a Blue Moon '3 Pnckleb 5 Lelawala I96I ALVIN WHITE Member Z .5 4 Arco Z Track Z 3 4 Debate 4 Basketball '3 Member 1 7 'S 4 Spanish C ub 1 B ue Trlanple Z S K ELMA RILEY Member 1 2 3 4 Blue Tnangle 2 Corp-Je Juris 4 S K 4 Glee Club 4 Lelawala Member 1 2 3 4 Arco 4 Corpus .lurxb 4 Aegle 1 - H ---.- 1 2.3-4. - 1 . -- - . ' .-3-4. JOHN LEBSACK LUZILLE GILLETT FRED LEBSACK -g..- : b 3-4. -1.-. - . - -'- . '- : Q S : 3. '- . . 1 ' " . .. V ' -v ' ' . 2 4. . A SENIOR CLASS Nugget Sorters of the West Member 1 2 3 4 Member 1 2 3-4 HELEN JACOBS MAX POLLANID Q Blue Triangle Glrl Reserv Latin Club 2 3 4 S K2 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 4 WILI ARD SCOTT Natl I-orensxc League 3 4 Natl H S Honor Society 3 4 Stud Councll 3 4 Glee C ub 3 Mixed Quartette 3 4 Annual Natl Honor Soc of H S .Ist Semor Wlll Commlttee RUTH HEIST Shorthand Contest .3 Blue Tnanxzle G R 3 4 Presldent Corpus Jurls 4 Natlonal Honor Society Arco RUTH O BRIEN Member 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Drama 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Spanxsh Club 1 2 S Kg 4 Vodvll 2 3 Arco 2 3 Only 38 Mxmck ANNA WHITE Blue Trxangle G R 1 7 3 4 Interclass Basketball 1 2 3 4 S Club4Secy4 Ony 8 Spanxsh Club 3 4 Freshman Vodvll 9 ' ' 3-4. ' ' ' 4. 1 - - . Member 1-2-3-43 Debate 1-2-3-4. Member 2-3-43 Basketball 1-4. Member 1-2-3-41 Glee Club 3-4 . . . ' - . ' V . . - : 4. - - - . - - - : I -4. V - . .. ,. v , Z.. I 3 .- ' - : 4. ' ' . ' - . l 7 SENIOR CLASS Gentlemen of Leisure JOHN TOOHEY 'Vlember 1 2 3 4 Drama 2 3 4 Spanish Club 2 S K 4 Arco 2 3 4 Football 1 2 Interclass Basketball 1 2 Class Play .5 4 Copperhead DONALD LE GATE Member 4 5 Football 1 2 3 4 5 Baseball 2 Class Presxdent 2 Vlce-Pres Student Councll 2 H1 Y 3 4 Drama 5 Argus 5 Arco 2 4 5 Daddy Long Legs " l98l W RL TLR MORRIS Member 12 3 4 Glee Club 3 Drama 3 4 Pep Club 4 Annual 4 Interclass Vodvnl 2 3 4 S K 4 Class Daddy Lo ng Legs PAUL BRADLEY Member 1 2 3 4 Class Pres Glee Club 3 4 Football 4 Basketball 4 H1 Y 3 4 Student Councul 4 Class Play 3 4 Debate JAVILS Bl ANKI NSHIP Member 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Drama 3 4 Qaartette 3 4 H1 Y .3 4 Football 1 Once m a Blue Moon MlDlCk CHARLes HIDEMAN Member 1234 Band 1234 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Drama 4 Pep C ub Spanish Club 3 4 Senior C ass President A ----C --. -'-.-3 .-4. -'-'-3 - - - 1 l- -4- 3 " ' '- '- : . - . 1- - - 1 . 2 5 Play 3-4. " ' ." 'S" Club 4: Student Council 4. Senior Week Committee. "Pickles"3 "Lelawala." A '- ---3 '. 1. -A--5 -2-. - - - - 2 -3. - g . . - - 3 - ' 5 ' - 2 '- - . '- - 5 5 I 4 SENIOR CLASS Leaders of the lVar Dance KELLL1 THOMPSON: 'Vlember 1 f' 3 4 Glee Club 9 3 4 Drama 1 Z Spamsh Club 2 3 1'ootball 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Class President 3 Student Cuuncll 2 4 Pl Hl A 'Nll-LSLN Nlember 1 Z 5 4 Glr s S C uh LEWIS GREEN 'Vlember 1 Z 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Spanlsh Club 3 S K 4 Football 1 2 Track 1 Vodxll 3 4 Rliie C ab 4 J AI DEN IRXING 'Vlember 1 2 '3 4 5 Glee Club 7545 Drama2'345 Football 4 0 Arco 1 2 3 4 D Class Vlce Pres Z Interclass Baseball 12 3 4 Vodxn l 2 'Vllnlck EDVA HRVHL 'Vlember 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Drama 4 Student Councll 4 rco 1 2 3 4 S Clu 7 Pep Club 4 Sec y Student Organlzatlon 4 Mmlck C' IFIORD Vlxx DORENI 'Nlember 3 4 Annual 4 K Semor Class PlaY l99l Y S V A A h 1 1 1 ' -.,. 3 - ,A - 3 V - .- A - - - 3 " " b L-3-4. "S" Club 3.4, U l "Lelawala": Natl. Honor Soc. 'lx' " " l . 2-2- . 5 -.- -, . ' -' 3 ---- '. S, 2 4. SENIOR CLASS "Then Came Love with Its Slender Darts" THELMA HEGLNBERGER Member 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Drama 2 3 4 S K 4 Class Plays 3 4 Vodvll 2 3 4 Once ln a Blue Moon Lelawala Mmlck PAUL RAMEY Member 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 Track 1234 S Club34 Glee Club 4 H1 Y 3 4 Pres 4 S K 4 Presxdent 4 l1001 NORMAN HOLT Member 1 2 3 4 V1ce Pres Student Org Vice Pre Senlor Class Track 2 3 4 Student Councml 3 Drama 4 Cross Country Wmner 2 3 VIOLA I-IEINLEIN Member 1 2 3-4 Blue Triangle G R 2 3 4 Latm Club 3 S K, 4 Boomerang, 3 Prom Commxttee 3 ROBERT JACKSON Member 1234 Band 1234 Orchestra 1 Pep Club 4 H1 Y 4 Glee Club 3 4 Football 3 4 Vodvll 3 Only 38 GERALDINE HARPER 'Vlember 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Blue 'lrlanzle G R 1 2 3 4 Annual 3 4 Argus 3 Vodvll 4 Student Councll 4 Nat! Hon .Jour Soclety 3 4 Arco 3 4 Cert of EHKICIEHCY Eng Lxt , V . --3 . 2 . .5 ' - s. ' 2 . -I ' --- 3 --. '- 3 ' - .. - ., . . , , . , . -, . .. .,,.. .- ,, V . - ., ,. Junior Class Play. ----I ---4. -- . 1 ---3 -- --- ,..,. . ,. , -. . .--. . . ---. : '- -, . . ' : . - - -: : ' n 2, . . .. ,,. . ,. . z I I SENIOR CLASS Storckeepers in a Mining Town lRl.Nl: HARV l l RODE- Member 1 Z 'S 4 Clas-. Sec y 4 Arco 1 2 4 Blue Triangle G R 1 2 'S Corpus June 4 MURRAY VAL NIE-R Member 1 Z 3 4 'J French Club Z 5 4 Interclaas Babebal P Baslne-.5 Manager of Ar Us 4 Spanish Club 2 LDWINI C11 ASS Member 12 5 4 Drama 3 4 Ilun Forensic Z 3 4 Arco 1 The Valiant y 8 'Vlmlck Daddy Lon Legb lillz MLRTL Member 1 Z 3 4 Debate 5 GeeClub34 HIYPS latin Club 5 Ariub 54 National Honor Society lORANl PRE DRI blll 'l mher 12 .3 4 Glee C ub 'rche tra 1 Z 'S Band 1 Z 5 l Y 'S 4 Pep Club 4 Deo! LatnClub1 S K VlADl:l.INl- COUPE R Vlsmber 1 Z 3 4 'x Blue Trxan le Girl Re-.erwes Corpus Juris 4 'S l10ll --..-, ' . 5 . -'-'-: 1 . --.: - , , , , - f 3 ., 1, 5 -'-.1 ---:-4 - -. 3 . " ' "2 "Oni 3 ," I i- -- I . Girls' Athletics 1-4. "The Brink of Silence." llellate 2-3-4: Forensic 3-4. ", ' ' "3 " g "." .r I C 1 3 - 2 H. Q , ' . ' 3 0 , S Q 2 --- - -:. . .- -:- 3 2-4. . .- -: - -1. ' ut- . 1 :. 3 '. L-:-4. ' " g ' .1 ' SENIOR CLASS Placer Nliners of California BURTON MAOOARD Member 1 2 2 4 Argua 3 Natl Hon Soc H S Jlst 34 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track Z 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 RAS MOND WA1 DO Host Graduate and Member of 1921 Annual Board 1 7 ALTA TOMPKINIS Membex 1 2 3 4 Girl Reserves 3 CAROL BAIRD Pont Graduate and Memb 1927 Annual Board I' PALVIER OLANDER Member 1 2 3 4 Debate C ub 1 2 4 PAUL TODD Post Graduate and Member of 1927 Annual Board 1 . . . . . " - . ' f -4. I - - . Se-c'y Rifle Club 4. Corpus Juris 4. S. K2 43 Annual 4. - V ' - G of - 0- l THE NEW BUILDING As thougn the falry workmen of old agaln lrved to bulld our castles an rmmense structure rlses w1th uncanny rapldlty at our xery feet Already por tlons of lf are tovt ernng above our heads while ox er the remaxndcr 1 netvs ork of lron beams IS thrown Here and there are plles of brlck stone and sand xx altxng to take thelr place rn the beautlful stru ture Each ucrkman IS dorng hls blt to hasten the constructlon Even the foremen with an a1r of deep studs on thclr countenances do not hes1t1te to lend a hand xt hen nccdcd EI he students too Dause on their way home each evenlng to take note of the day s progress If f 1 -xi Nllllfllll ffllln l Q 2 fi HB Qu: ,, Q anna EEE? H a X XYZ '77elvn1T1ln55 on L Cy And novs more about the descrxptlon ot II on the ground floor IS to be a modernly equlpped cafeterla a household arts room and a xx ork shop There are to be separate shower rooms for the glrls and bows wrth a flight of starrs to the audltorlum on the first flcor lhe halls are to be connected so that one may at the south end of the old bulldxng see the north end of the new bulldlng The new gym and stage wlll be on the mam floor and wrll be twxce the S126 of the present gym The stage also will be much larger and wlll accom modate the orchestra or band durmg basketball games Many other lmprovements wlll be welcomed rn thls new structure whrch when lf reaches completlon early 1n August w1ll glve Sterllng one of the best hlgh school bulldlngs 1n thls part of the state Ihr' lzrler 7 u IU A IIO3-I ,feeling ,':,iLif'3I? 3':--'T:'EEfi .Q fi25ii3 :-E-f1E'i3'g. 1 ' .l.1-'T "'llf'2T2l'Z V . lf-'-'r-T"i-f'.i".. 1"'?'i11..""'L Pi ,Q - . Tlll L Lll,,..' 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EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHE REPRESENTATIVE STUDENTS ll06J REPRESENTATIVE STUDENTS 1 REPRESENTATIVE STUDENTS 108 AHONC OUR SOUVENIRS . 1 109 AMONG OUR SOUVENIRS 1 O INNOCENTS AT HOME I 1 I I INNOCENTS ABROAD We and Our Chromcles September Berkstresser Scotland We can t swear but we wax wrathful when we Gnd that our lockers have been given to the l'resh men A warmng to the c h a p el assemblage about dltchmg the eleven thlrty perlod' Lifes like chat All day long ah ahs have been commg from the mu src room Glee Club tryouts Football IS also ln evldence How the fellovss navigate around' Many Ifrosh are sald to be dlsap polnted Here they went out for football Jus to see lf the coach really chewed nails and he doesnt It seems as lf the new Drama teacher certamly has All the fellows want mtroductxons The sucker club lS commg along fine Mlss Rumbley and Mlss Small were fin ally mltlated Donald thlnks eating suckers Suspenders rangmg from mfra red to ultra vlolet made their appearance today The Semors Just wxll take an mterest ln the at ture of the underclass men We recened many shocks today Dners people appeared m the halls wlth soap and towels Don t be misled however Mlss Damke msxsts that IS all We ought to have a good year m Chem with a new teacher to work wlth or Just a new teacher to work Old Sol has mlslald hrs calendar Here 1 s tlme for winter and we re haung the best summer weather The pesky flies dont seem to reallze that summer xs over WANTED Collectlon for I' ly Tox Electlon of class of ficers but not one cigar made its ap pearance A male lthough somewhat s c a r e dh quartet gale Us some music 1n chapel Then we had a girls quar tet that really sounded erood for Freshmen We plty em we too were once young and green l1l2I October Kesler Spam Beat Julesburg Rah' Rah' Ra Beat Yuma what a fight' Oux parents go tx school and see what vle have to put up vslth especlally the stairs Play Class Intro duced some promlsmlz actors m thelr three one act plays We declded that the lfrosh should serve us at lunch by keeping our glasses filled or by saylng grace for Mrs Youngqumst interfered for whlch Lou Ella lb thankful We l w 1 n t e r 1 s here' The whlte man has crowded out the Indxan sum IDBI' The orchestra dld xts stuff for the first time thls year Smce Mr Smlth was at Paris Miss Mathews acted as director Reorgamzatlon f clubs' Much excite ment and enthuslasm The Pep Club has taken ln some new re crults lnely ones we hear to run e games from the slde lmes The Sterlmg Kemlstry Klub alias Sk organized Here we had all de cxded that educatxon was nn vam llt being hard to acqulrel and then had lt all argued out of us 1n chapel That noise third and fourth hour' C ause exploslon' Result one hurt one scratched one hydro gen generator reduced to ground glass M155 Hester from the Junlor Hlgh School sang bo us of The pam ln the poor dol ly s sawdust Tests ' Tests ' Tests tests here tests tests there What s a poor stu dent to do when he ls besleged from all sides at once" Re treat' Nay stay by the ship' if ,, 3: :+I . . 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'Y ' : . l ' , - November Smith Italy Another Pep Club meetmg follows d by the usual burst The teachers left for Den ver and we obtained two days of vacation followed by the usual hardness of gettmg to work again The or chestla has been prac txcmg more Indxan muslc Genevneve fell down stalrs takmg both frmend and foe w1th her The Annual Board had a meeting and dlnner and found out that Miss May belle Pillars other name us Augusta also Mrs Jones ms Edith Cornelia Todd The Dramatuc Club suc cessfully accompllshed the take-off of several promxnent men Bud let school out so that we could all go to the Brush game Miss Pillar Katherine Geraldlne Walter Donald and Rnchard journeyed to Boulder to attend the Journal xstlc Conventlon Mr Fortner has be gun to take plctures for the Annual Glee Club play real I Juns and Thanks gxvlng vacation all In one Turkey settled rightly for Morgan was sent down to de feat Start to school agam and have Mr and Mrs Templeton guve us a lovely pro- gramme Mr Knowles ended chapel rnrht by laymg down another tramplmg of the DOOI' Freshnes by the Sen mrs when chapel dlsmlssed Due to the snow the s c e n e r y WGS changed from the usual t oxercoats and galoshes The girls dldn t forget theur M 0 t h e r and Daughter s bancluff- All were enchanted by the address dellv ered by Mrs Nelne Ross Somethmg new ' A moue ln chapel The Oddltles of the Jungle More fun' A dance club has been organ :Zed by Boots and Don Hays It cer taxnly ls an addltlon to school llfe and how' Wllss Small n xcstlgated ln chapel and found two alarm clocks We students were all thankful that me werent there when t e ceiling a the front mf he tu y hall fell ID XVe and Our Chronzcles December Vest Germany In thxs month the cognumen of Jerry Hays first appeared the name comed to represtnt the Hays Harptr Joint edlbor hlp of the 1098 I'lger I'h1s month was marked by the annual Doll Show sponsored by the Girl Reserves The boys were asked to buy the dolls and he glrls dressed them to glve to poor chnldren at the blg Chrxstmas party Edwln Glass one of our outstandmg stu dents astonxshed the sclentlflc World wlth hls latest and greatest experlment Blue mk will turn red htmus blue and therefore IS a base and red 1n.k will turn blue lltmus red and therefore IS an acid We of lower mtellectualxty have been vvrltxng wlth both kinds f mk wlthout a thought as to nts composltxon but not so our great scl entlst The hopeful asplr ants for places on the basketball team reported for duty thls month A large squad appeared for practice and there were many who showed first team class Whlle the rest of us were celebrat mg the Yuletlde m mcrrymaklng the members selected for the team raxded the lalrs of Eaton Gree- ley and Akron and came back with better than an exen deal and a llttle hard luck A condition of sup pressed excltement and expectant wanting greeted the first ap pearance of the year s great literary UCCLNS A Colleglan ln Cleo- patra s Court Wood row Wllson IS sup ported by a fine fol lovung of lu studtnts om l C haxxng his lnrthday ln December The la t xepoxt from the Noxth Polt stated that Santa ua oxer 1 e h return tmp Vte hope that the next Null be more faxorable lll3I Y '-' , 14 uv ' ' IE I+: 5 - 5 . r .. 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We and Our Chromcles January Brush Russia One scarcely recov' mzes the mob New clothes and decora tlons are ln N02ll9 The clash of d1SD0"1 tlons of Helen and Buy-key was lnterest mg Resolutxons are fine but Oh my' We found that when people take the lb erty of eatmil OH the Stage durmg chapel 3 stampede results When one throws an alcohol lamp H110 a smk a fire usually results so the Lab At 13,9 the vodvnl problem settled Semors alwayb 001119 first Accordlmz to Gerry Harper thors have xnterestxnK srdehghrs Mlnlck was enJoyed by all We heard a loxely person costume smg Mlss Nordhom A Wreck Jezebel Fodd ran out of Kas today szettmlr left by many Senlors Boys were glad to welcome a proposal of a leap year dance We e Joyed two fine read ings Clrcus Wlllle at Lunch by J e a n Blankenshlp Quite appropriate for a cocktail eh what? Pmals are over New slates are ready to be marked up Note a semiannual event we see several new haxrcuts Whatawon derful xodxll Found Peanut Dont Be a Foo e c were fine wonderful xr a r d e n But the orchestra Kelly played the dls cord Dellver me from the Lab H S Rotten egfzs are terrlble Port Morgan vxslted They lament that fact novw for lh a cose oyertlme game they ot l 9 Semor rxngs are about to become part of L H S s color u past boon students rlngs will be sc ool rings standard led for some length of time Essay soclety slams new members Maur lne Fmecfan Mary Morrxs Howard Dag ley I-lorence Kirk Ill-ll February Nissen Denmark We engoyed a pro- gram by Ethnoplan felxnes known as the Pellx Fantasy The xzroundhog sllps agam Jumors were advlsed to do their rmg hop pmg early B a queer coxncldence Sterlmg beat Morgan by the same score of the last game Morgan s floor and nn a much slower game Move sOhL!s arent all they re cracked up to be twhen a novice handles the machmey We hope for great thxngs from the new buxldlng Just started Strangest thmg wxth our own eyes we saw K C cut off Burk ey s and lcoley s heads And Bud actmp: quxte foollsh nn hxs quamt costume actually put the heads back on The team lS at Cas per everyones e Cl ed See Bah the order of the day After school today Mr J 0 h n s o n was asked whether he had found an mtelllgent student We l sald I stlll have my lantern lThats more than Dlogenes could sayl The slx weeks test happened today We enJoyed a program by the D A R and hope we don t George Holtorf dem onstrated for the ben eflt of the Journalxsm Class that matches and a cellulold comb and a heated radiator yxeld a qulck explo slon Th s demonstra txon may produce good results by teach ml! those who saw It not to mlx matches wlth combs But t may also have a bad effect by xnfluencmg the boys to stop car rymg combs and thus be compelled to p pear wlth thexr halr a la Lindbergh But even thls warn me was not enough for the girls Helen L used a cellu Old comb with an electric xron and stayed home from the club dance IH consequence VVe find our school wry prohcu nt ln red headul teachers hax ITIL, a trxo of auburn C1 ovu ned mstructors ln lntenslty of color tney rank respectxve ly Miss Fxsher Miss Brush and Mxss Kes er It ll 1- . HI I+I ' s v B- ' . . . y 5 ' , on 5 , . , . is 1 I S , I , au- . - . . .. - A H 1 ' X- ' . ' 't . " ' ' " is : in Q - - 5 V . . I . .. 1 in he . n- ' . - ' .. 4 3. by - bl . Frances Holt, and get ackhsted' ' A . 5. . 1 I, , ' - HI l ' . a ." W' I t ,, . Aa 1 ' Q ' f .Q I p au- ' us. , l' - , - . D I . g' ilc k e d, -1-16. I ' c. . 4' f 1' ' - y March Flsller Ireland local leaptue debat ers were today re warded for the1r ef forts 1n the past year Fhose recenmg smgle bars were Sam M1ll1 szan Joseph Walker R1chard Furr Dale Aldrlch Double bars were awarded to Ches ter Garber and W1l lard Scott f20 years from now! Young Mr Morse Mr er Bexkstresser I er have uh been ll o 1 n 1: w 1th your daughter flve years now Berky Well what do ya want a pen SIOYI7 Phe All Glrls party an annual alTa1r was mven 1n the gym The gym was cleverly decorated green and wh1te ln keepmz w1th St Patrlck The Dl'OlIl"3n'lS were gfeen snakes The basketball team went over to Holyoke and won a vlctory of 25 to 9 makmyz Ster llnyz champlons th1s d1str1ct Freshman vodul I5 take off the Semors Seasonal Sports A lovely group dance closed the program The buz day of the Sophomore v o d v 1 l The first act mcluded rather embarrassmg ll'lCld9l'll.b for certaln members of school The basketball boys went to Fort Morgan for the tournament of th1s d1str1ct Goose Kwus and Paul Brad trled to play Charles P11 onka gave a talk ln chapel The Way Book Reports Are Glven He expla1ned the ad vanced system now employed 1n our school Annual Board cadets are Maur1ne l'1nne-iran MIHHIG Cochran Charles M a c k e 3 Lawrence K1nkead 'Vlerlbeth Whltacre and Bertha Waldo A xery Interesting. group of talk was nan ln chaprl 1 the xocatwnal Engllsh classes Ralph V211 son Nlary Izmma Pou Lar Helen Wlnlhgan Exa Iopp Ghn Ga 1 1 n a Pettr The Pe1fect lr1u lssue of the Argus wan tl1stI'llJUY,6tl lrenf Smlth had the part of Joan 1n Joan o Arc Lllth hy e l'rench Club lVe and Our Chromcles Apr1l Foley Lluna Mr Knowles 1s all dolled up for sum mer' He has a new may -. u 1 x e r y sp1flx V John Stutsman and Marx MOTFIS were chosen to represent L C H S ln the n nual essay and ora txon contest at Boul der Some semor boys have been 1mprov1ng thelr looks by grow me: cookxe dusters But also one Sen1or had hls removed'l Why " Gee' more thflllb we are satlsfled that the 1921 T1ger was Judzed th1rd best the first class ratmg 1n the National Con test Beat every book between Colorado and the Pac1flc Coast' Don s accxdent dashes our splrxts Ray' Ray' Snrmsz xacatlon R1ght thls way' Ladee es and gent-ul men wltness the most mah rveleas spectacle exah scrutmlzed by de prcneral publ1c he btmor Class play The Copperhead Even Mr Lemon cr1es a llttle The gala day of the year for the hngh and muzhty semors h h the Sen1or Sneak lot more fun eats galore The Annual Board by way of celebratmfz the return of our Don Hays suspended work for a few mo- ments to have a par ty Ice cream was serxed by Geraldme Harptr and Walter 'Vlorrls The Annual D1str1ct Commercxal Contest gzaxe Sterllnfz a total of 88 pomts wxnnmg the meet Brush 63 pomts and l'ort Mor 1: n 1 The -Xnnual Ster Img Rnlay 'Vleet was held Apr1l 14 before alarge crowd Eluen teams competznl Sllflllll lost to Port Colllns by one pomt The lfvfri flyer goes t re s w1th the gzrnatet uctory the sthool has exmr won for lt tl1ma'c he Argus has brought home the NllX6l cup that mean Sterlmg s the be t c oo newspaper ln the 1 t l'1rst plate 1n tan lates' Rah Rah Rah' ll15l L. 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HERB B H9955 EEEEEEHEEEEEEHHEH I f ' umwr BBHBBHHBHBBH XEEHEEEHEHE DEERE EDUCATION The lzttle red schoolhouse has setrled down To my climbers and umes grown brown On mouldy rumed wall Grants of steel and stone usurpers came To steal :ts memory and uproor its fame The old bxrch rod and all .ff ij fs fha! 5 is STL TSON H 1.1 s EM RY SHIPJS HOLEPROOF HOSE DOBBS CAPS ALLEN A UNDERXVFAR F HART SCHAFFNER 81 MARX CLOTHES SEEN VJHEREVER UNIVFRSYI Y VIEIN ASSEVIBLE Formerly M I R I SILRLIINC VIAGEE S CQLQRADQ CLOTHING CO. STERLING S PRQGRESSIVL STORI FOR M1 Y ,WD Boss The Traer 1078 5 fll9l l I l 'T H .:,:,,:z2,:::Z::::f, CCC:,:::z::,:: ..,C:.:.:.: T CFT2 T 4 x X .4 eq eg X K X T "L, Q :SS 1 T 1 I ik N V Fbld F01dHH1HHdIAHCOh1 3 HEWHWSUWWWSMUKRFO STERLING COLORADO Pho e 750 W STERlJNGfHAHDWARE ANDIMPLEMENT COMPANY PHONE '-51 fh I ge 5 1928 ' 1201 r jx- l I . 9 . Sales nd Service ' J. .A .L ,A . 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STERLING CHAMBVR OP COMMERCE Graduation Bzzlhdau and llfeddznq Gifts Gzfls for All Occaszons Gzfls that Last ROY UTTER WMCHMAKLR JUXEILR ENGRAVER fhe Dzamond Shop SEI URITY STATE B AWK q1LRL1NG, COLOR mo Capltal and qulplus 360 000 QTUDENTS lhelc is only om way to reallx applcclate whit the Co1on'1 PClll.dl!l9 TSDGXXI ter offeys sou and that is in sit down in front of it and pusonally te t its speed and wonderfully light cxcn touch hy it on any kind of xxolk See if you can make hme .xt last 1 a light weight typuxlltcx xuth '1ll thc good points of it heauer bl0l,hLlb P11ceSG0 Tlrms G10 00 down nd S5 00 n r month Roberts Plllltlllg Fonlpflny 1 Building, lit Q1 I I l l . : H . , 7: - A - 'N A L l L, I' T Q M . 1 V 7 4 0 k. 0 - v ' '. S' -V ' ' 1--4 v S A 4 it "pile" or "double print." Put it through all its paces and satisfy yourself that - 1 V 'S 'y v'! ,-.',. .' K 1 7 ' . 'S v' 1 ': ., . ' 1: . A 1 . . , . Q r , . 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