Sterling High School - Tiger Yearbook (Sterling, CO)

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fat 74 1 1.554 THE TIGER I5 Dedzcaiecf TO YOU students of Sterllnv I-hgh School 425 strong the body and llfe of our school to you who were too llttle to play football but went out anyway to you who donn d greasepalnt to entertaln us to you who falthfully old bonds and stamps each roon to the boys who learned how to t1ll the land and care for 3 our ammals to you who lead the school 1n cheers durlnof games no matter what the Weather to you who ble mded ID harmony to g1VC us su h entertalnment as the Chrlstmas proofram to 3 ou who played that snappy note IH band as vou stepp d forward Wlth a qulck proud step to you who lea n d to cook and sew to you who wer prompt to cl s and to you who Weren t lt IS to you who dld your part large or small to bulld morale behlncl the llnes and to prepare for a full VIC torlous future that We dedlcate thls our Senlor Ed1t1on D 7 1 -1 9 J 9 9 Q - 7 K' 9 ,, 9 S 1 , ra 7 - ' '- 9 1 . x . 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I 94 TIGER STAFF EDITOR IN CHIEF Shulev Hayden ASST EDITOR IN CHIEF B1ll1e Cassell SENIOR EDITORS Sh11ley Sllce Duane Dowls I Lo1en Paullng Rlchard Guenzl Asslsted by Sh1rlex Hax den Elsle Jernberg FACULTY EDITORS Charlene AICBIICIG Rosella Mldbo A slsted bv Collee Munson Elsle Je1 nberg ACTIVITIES EDITOR Shlrlee Cooper ASS1St9d by Eula Rleke ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR Ila Mae West ASS1St9d by Pe gv Rasmussen Joan Montgome1y Jerry Mor FIS Charlene McB11de Jane W1ll1amson Elsle Je1nbe1g Clav Montgomelx Ma11on Johnson SPORTS EDITOR Marjorle Setterbe1g SCRAMBLE PAGE EDITOR Rosemary Has man ASS1StGd by Dorothx Uhrlg ART EDITOR Bettx Humphrex As 1St9d by Olulle Hawes BLSINESS AIAN AGER Pat O Gradx As lsted by EISIQ Jelnberg IOURINALISM ADX ISER 71llah If old PHOTOGRAPHX ADX ISEP Lolen Chrlstensen ASS1St9fl bx Allen AIdg'gc1ICl Duane Dom ' - . i I . . n - - .......... , .....,..,.. V ....f.,... .. ,,..,, Lk . s Assssssssss sassassss A , A I Q 0 0 . 7 f Y ""U"""""'""""""""""' 1 1 7 . . 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W PAGE FOUR THE 1945 TIGER SENIOR NEWS A REMINISCENT TALE Twelve short fast years ago proud mammas accompanied then' srx year old offsprlng to school Just to make sure Georgre and Betty got off on the rrght foot That was the frrst day of school for the graduat ing class of 45 Our faces were scrubbed trll they shone and our harr was slrcked back or brarded Some started at Franklrn School wrth Mrss Hummel as the frrst grade teacher and some started at Lmcoln wrth erther Mrss Smrth or Mrss Campbell Our frrst lessons rn school were learnrng to get along wrth the other puprls and then we began to learn the three Rs The really brrght students rn learnrng to read vyere referred to as the red b rds and the rest of us were the bluebrrds Then we were promot ed rnto the second grade where the work vyas more drffrcult and we were expected to act more experr enced We even put on lrttle plays Durrng the thrrd year maybe youll remember the excrtrng and spooky ghost storres Mrss Trrpp told us decrded we had musrcal talents and started us on musrcal rnstruments At the end of the fourth grade there was a musrcal program put on by the students and Drck Qurnn played Londonderry Arr on hrs cornet Erght years later he played Star dust for the senror talent program For several years durrng musrc week a festrval was held rncludrng all the grades from one to twelve At these pageants the students were lrttle prckrnrnres Dutch boys and grrls and manv others Then one day at the end of our frfth r ear we lrned up and marched dorrn to the arrplane shaped burld rng of Junror hrgh where we were assrgned to our home rooms and got acquarnted wrth our new fellow students from the other school Durrng our Junror hrgh school ca reers me earned the usual amount of honor bars and shrelds and en tered essay and spellrng contests Many of us belonged to Mrs Jones musrc electrve tl rs or chorus groups and sang for many affarrs about toryn We also remember our Jaunts to the theater or the trrp to the park for a watermelon feast sent Peggy Rasmussen to the C Y ,C L as our representatrve The brg events of our erghth grade were the nrght socrals and the Junror Hrgh carnrval How we worked dec oratrng settrng up booths and prac trcrng for the carnrval Not to be 'left out of thrs hrstory are the sports of our Junror hrgh years There were games rn basketball football baseball and soccer between homeroom teams also the school team Then ame the trme when we left our chrldhood days and entered the grown up realm of hrgh school For seyeral weeks we trptoed fear full: through the halls wanderrng mto the wrong classrooms and won derrng who among these all wrse lc alfulf students were dreaded sen ,rors loud clangrng norses were heard for one solrd week because we had to carry our books rn buck t and an outsrder would prob ably comment on the backward llooknrg freshman because remem b we had to wear our clothes backward Our freshman dramatrc Musrc Box and The Hard Borled Egg Our class offrcers for that year were Ray Harrrs presrdent and Brllre Cassell secretary As sophomores we elected Shrrley Hayden presrdent Albert Wagner vrce presrdent Ila Mae West sec retary and Charlene McBrrde treasurer We were really proud when one of our number was crown ed beauty queen of Sterlrng Hrgh Then we went on to become Jun rors and upper classmen One of our accomplrshments was the Jun ror plays wrth 22 Junrors makrng up the cast Our class offrcers were Loren Paullng presrdent Peggy Rasmussen vrce presrdent Marjo rre Setterberg secretary treasurer Class offrcers for our senror year are as follows President Loren Paulrng vrce presrdent Ila Mae West secretary Marjorre Setter berg and treasurer Peggy Rasmus sen Sponsors are Mrs Margaret Shambaugh Mrss Margaret Pope 'vlrss Frances Smrth and Mr Dan Ckalla assrstrng Not to be forgotten are the pet nrcknames for the drgnrfred sen rors Glorra Fabian was Slurp Duane Dovrrs Wrenre Byron Son 4 4 1 1 1 nenberg was known as Saunch ' Shrrlee Cooper answered to Shul 1 and Drngy Loren Paulrng wrthl the Sterlrng Hr taxr and of course Berky for Joanne Berkstresser I We started the year out rugged wlth the rnrtratron of the freshmen rn two assembly programs After the gruelrng rnrtratron was over al semor freshman party was grven Much new talent was presented rn the semor talent program wrth the theme of four soldrers rn a foxhole at Chrrstmastrme The roles of the soldrers were played by Byron Son nenberg Dale Smrth Larry Werns man and Albert Wagner Lorene Ranum Rrchard Guenzr Peggy, Rasmussen Ila West Charlene Mc Brrde Phyllrs Ness and Rrchard Qrunn performed musrcally and Paulrne Haney portrayed the To kyo Rose So came commencement wrth the senrors grvrng therr pageant Volce of Arnerrca Seniors w1ll look back on therr years together wrth mrn gled happrness and sadness Happr ness for all the fun shared sad I ness because they w1ll be partrng to travel the drfferent paths they have chosen We go hoprng thatl those who wrll follow rn our steps wrll remember us not only as a fun lovrng class but as one who left the rdea of frndrng a trarl or blazrng one 1 Seniors Tutor Tender F rosh Slrppery and Shmy though we be 'unk rn the state of stuprdrty Solemnly we slrnk rn the slush and the slrme Senror oh senror please grve us trme' Practrcally everywhere one went durrng the week of September 11 la the above verse could be heard chanted by the freshmen as they sat on the floor legs crossed and hands movrng back and forth rn an orrerrtal manner Thrs was only a part of the tomary rnrtratron planned by senrors In addrtron to the assembly rnrtratron programs freshmen were requrred to dress rn a certarn vlay The grrls were com pelled to wear therr harr in at least frfteen prgtarls skrrts wrong srde out long black stockrngs therr dads parrrna tons and presumably their rrothers gloves and verls The boys wor shorts srx rnches above the knees turbans earrrngs and brg galoshes All were requrred to car ry therr books rn surtcases Due to the excellent sportsman shrp drsplayed by the freshmen and then wrllrngness to cooperate a us the wo a ber 19 by the senrors RAY HARRIS student body pres rdent of S H S was sworn 1nto the Navy January 10 and left Frrday January 12 for Great Lakes Illr nors where he recerved hrs basrc trarnrng He was one of the f1!'St of thrs years senror class to leave for the servrce Not only has he served as the, student body presrdent and the! presrdent of the student councrl but he served as yrce presrdent of the student body durrng hrs Junror year He helped plan the school socrals durrng hrs sophomore year and he was very actrve rn band and orchestra hrs freshman and sopho more years Ray has been very actrve rn all sports whrch S H S offers durrng the four years of hrs hrgh school lrfe Hrs leadrng sport was foot ban rn vyhrch he has been prckedl twrce for the all conference foot ball team Hes also yery outstand r mg rn track and basketball He was one of the boys who went to the! state basketball tournament rn 1944 ' On March 9 1945 S 2 c Ray Har rrs returned to Sterlrng to spend an erght day leave wrth frrends and relatrves He recently completed hrs boot trarnrng at Great Lakes Trarn mg Center After hrs vrsrt Ray reported back at Great Lakes where he awarted further trarnrng rn a servrce school for avratron ordnance Semors Treat Tuesday evenrng September 19 the senrors entertarned the fresh men rn the old gym from 7 30 p m untrl 9 30 p m Dancrng and a few mrxers were held Suckers were grven to all who consrdered them selr es suckers 1We had Just a few left Hm'Pr Drd you hear about the four Scotchmen who drowned vyhrle smmmrng rn the lock one after noon" Each bet a shrllmg that he could stay under the water the longest of the four vsrnner take all .. ..: , Y ' uw ee: 1 ra ' ny ' ' v Q , ln V! , u - . 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We - I ' ' -- "3 , , ' - ' K , ' A v' Y .. - - U: , - ' ' I . v' G VVILL AND PROPHECY THE 1945 TIGER PAGE FIVE Semor ClassWlll Wllda Balley wllls her cute glggle to V1rg1n1a Campbell Joanne Berkstresser leaves her summer trlps to anyone who fmds the tnp necessary Dons Brachtenbach leaves her rowdmess to shy Kay Tru1tt Chuck Bnght leaves on h1s own accord th1s t1me G11 Bnght leaves school w1th a stunned look on hxs face Leslie Browner leaves h1s sack of Bull Durham to Don Glacomml Bill Buslg wills h1S car responsl bllltles to Danny B1l11e Cassell and Ila West wxlll the1r llkeness to two chums Mane Chrlstner regretfully leaves Eddle Ness to the howhng g1rls ofl S H S Bob Colller a very selflsh person takes his d1Dl0ma and runs X The Cook twms leave therr vo1ces to the Patten twlns Shlrlee Cooper leaves her extra senxor pictures to Jeanette Barley Bernice Dlamond leaves her bl cycle to Don Dxckmson I Betty Jo Dlck 1snt leaving any thmg behxnd especlally Rusty V Duane Dowls leaves h1s nickname W1en1e to the meat shortage Irma Erlckson wllls all of her ex cess llpstlck to Joanne Croft Glorxa Fablan leaves her 23 pa1rs of shoes to Evle Hecker Norma Farrell leaves her golden tresses to Emma Jo To J1mmy Mxtchell gladly goes som of George Goulds he1ght Eula R1eke leaves her vacancy m the Honor Soclety to any Junior who can get m Elmer Schnelder leaves h1s b1g ears to Bud Bomberg B111 Schuppe leaves h1s studlous habits to Hollls Jackson Marjorie Setterberg leaves her plgeon toes to the plgeons Shlrley Sllce w1lls her flckleness to Joan Newman 1 Martha Smart leaves the sopho more g1rls To two Jerks goes Dale S-Hllth and Harold Waltes soda Jerking V Byron Sonnenberg leaves IS empty car to someone who w11l share lt Red Sonnenberg leaves h1s red hot temper to Lorena McKay June Stevens and Jean Van Du sen w1ll thelr qu1etness to FTRDCIS Scott and Lucy Yapp Charlene McBr1de w1lls her mu w1lls her place m Jacks heart slcal talent to Margaret R1ce Corlee Munson leaves her assls tance to 'VI1ss Cronbaugh and to Allce W1ll1s Phyll1s Ness w1lls her s1ng1ng to Marv Lols Hoel Raymond Nlessen leaves grlnnlng from ear to ear Pat OGrady w11ls her Bus1ness Manager pos1t1on to anyone who hkes work Loren Paulmg leaves the sen1or class presldency to the best man Alberta Payton leaves her Job 1n the l1brary to Vlfglnla Otzenberger Ramah P1per leaves her bangs to Pistol Packxn Mamma Rlchard Qumn wllls h1s plpe to Jlmmy Sparks LOUIS Ramey leaves his notebook to the mouse 1n h1s locker Peggy Rasmussen wllls her blue eyes to Shirley Wllllams Sh1r1ey iHobl Hayden leaves the Pol1sh Pump Polxshmg Parlors andl takes Steve to look for a love boat l.ou1e Helbert leaves wh1le the leav1ngs good Helen Henry leaves her square dancmg to the faculty L1ttle Bobble Waddle leaves h1s muscles to Bxg John Brunner Albert Wagner wxlls h1s actlng to Ronald Good Herbert Walte leaves h1s school loyalty to Jack Groce Larry Wernsman w1lls his vvmnmg smlle to B111 Boyes Martha Yeager w111s her peaceful ness to Mayreta Kmght Cleo Yonkers leaves her absences to anyone who can f1nd good rea sons To Ruth Rhlne and Shrrley G11 lesple goes Delores Zlma and V1v1 enne Woodwards Jltterbuggmg Annual Semor Day Well Attended l Approxlmately 200 persons 1 cluding students sponsors and school board members attended thel fourteenth annual Semor Day held' Fr1day Aprll 13 l The program began at 10 oclock w1th a general sesslon 1n the S H S aud1tor1um Loren Paulrng pres1 I dent of the Sterlmg senlor class' Taylor Bros Honor Sterlmg Hugh School, GIVE Splendld Show Dr Charles Taylor and h1s broth er Dr Laune Taylor natlonally knovvn evangellsts spent two weeks r- Sterhng 1n S ptember S rvlces held nlghtly xn the clty udltorlum attracted great crowds A Jery materlal part of these crowds was made up of S H S stu dents who attended the servrces enthusmstlcally Sterling Hlgh School IS Justlfl ably proud of havxng had the fa mous Taylor brothers whom they came to know slmply as Laur1e and Charlle entertam them on Septem ber 12 1n assembly Clrarlx captured the students at tentlon wlth h1s whlstlmg of popu lar tunes HIS down to earth talk to the student body convmced lts members that Charl1e Taylor un derstood modern youth and that he was a genume fr1end of todays boys and girls Laurle Taylors performance at the p1ano was superb The tran s1t1on from Beethovens Turkxsh Betty Humphrey and Rusty Walk , presxded Joanne Berkstresser ex er leave the1r art1st1c ab111ty to t nded the welcome The response Nona Wernsman and Bob Hall Betty Innes leaves her devllment to Kay Regrster ' Elsle Jernberg and Marlon John , son leave the Argus to Ph1l1p Ph11 l xp who? Phrllp Space Glor1a Kn1ght leaves her shoes' to the navy department they re crylng for boats Don Koemg leaves h1s four years in S H S to anyone who can un 1 dertake them B111 Gr1mm wllls h1s pos1t1on at the Naugle estate to Dean Todd Rxchard GUEHZI and Lorene Ra num leave the1r muslcal lnstruments to the senlor talent program Dora Hagemeler and Kelth Matte son leave thelr comblnatxon slze to Joyce Whxte and Don Hoskms Loms Hammack and her boots leave to Jom the saddle va Mae Harper and her gum leave together Ray Harrls leaves h1s football playmg to Les JZCKIE Hartway leaves her busy combs to Arlene Mahaffey Orv111e Harvey leaves h1S extra gas stamps to h1s buddxes To use at next years football games Rosle Hassmans booming volce goes to the Pep Club I 4 Suspectmg that Sissy wlll tryl was g1ven by Marlbelle Stunkard of Crook Loren Paulmg presented the various class presidents to the group Mr R R Knowles super mtendent of the Logan County I-hgh school system made a short talk on the purpose of Semor Day The senlor sextette of sterllng sang two songs Mr R H Foley prmcxpal of the! jumor hlgh addressed the senlors on Responsxbllxty Colonel H E Reed d1rector of the state selectlve serv ICE board gave an address ent1tled Hlgh School Graduates In the War Effort A group prcture was taken ID front of Blair Hall The luncheon was held at 12 30 ln Henderson Hall at the Method 1st Church Ila Mae West acted as toastmlstress Mr Knowles gave the lnvocatlon Mrs Musll led IH group Slnglng Mary Lou Helgothl gave a saxophone solo A Kay Ky ser College of Muslcal Educatron dellghted everyone At the concluslon of a short talk by Colonel Reed the senlors re turned to Blaxr Hall where they were entertamed by a square dance performance superv1sed by Mxss Cronbaugh and Mr MacAdams The remamder of the afternoon was agam next year Dorothy U'hr1glspent ln dancxng I March to a burlesque ent1tled most professlonal ease Students also met the father of thls lnterestmg palr He IS Rev Charles Taylor He IS the father of eleven sons fxve of whom are ln the mmlstry Served As Secretary For Slxteen Years Mrs Manahan S H S s falth ful Off1C6 secretary for slxteen years left us 1n November of thls school vear to become Mrs C A Walra ven Mr Walraven IS one of the custodlans of the school For Bob Knowles S H S teachers presented Er n1e Pyles Brave Men to the 11 braxy 1n honor of Lxeutenant R R Knowles Jr who dled 1n the serv lce of hls country February 16 1945 NATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK was observed by a parents Go to School Night A shortened sched ule of the classes of each parents chlld was followed 0 D I . . - . . , I n. 1' . . ' 0 0 . . . . . . . X . - . . .' . . . ' ' A 'V I . V v . 1 ' I Y 1 U I , , , W . . ,. . v ' I G 1 ' A , 1. ' ' .,-e . y D . , - 3 . . . . . 1 U , 2 . . I I . 1 I A . .. 1 . ' , .. . ' . - - . 1 U . " I I . K I 1 A 1 ' . . . . . if-'S ' - . . . . . , in-Q , . 1 - yi . , in ' ' . , . . . y , . I - . , , 1 ' ' Y . , , l - . . . - - 1 . . ' , - 1 N , . . . 1 . " ' H ' . . 1 . - -N A. . . ., - D l 'l ' ' ' , ' l . l I ' ' f- "Fairy Tales" was made with the ' Q l -V . . . . , -3 . l . -' ' . . ,, , 1. . ' A - . 1 . - . 1 . ' . . g . . . . 1 . . 5 D , . . l. . . ' . C . . . . - , 0 '. Q . ' , ' ,i 'Q ' ' Q ' ' ' v 1 ' P . - l . , . ' i -E I l . : g . . - - I 1 . j . , , M ,, .- . . V-J . . . 1 , ., ' h'l l 1' ' , . . . -l ,MT . ' ' . t . 'Q 11 rv - , ' , ' - . , l ' 7 , Y . -' ' , - sa - , . i , A , . PAGE SIX SENIORS Wilda Louise Bailey Square Dance 2-3-4. F.H,C, 1, Joanne lierkwtresser Sterhns, 1 P C ub 7 3 4 Band and Orch K Assemblx Cfllllflllllii 1 Student Coun 11 7 3 4 G A A 1 Rlfle Club 7 3 G1rls Intramural 1 7 3 4 Honor SoC1et1 3 4 CIIOII' 4 Freshman plax Soc1a1 Dance 7 BTIGEB C111b 4 PFLSI dent of Studcnt Bodx 4 Treae-uler of Pep C ub 4 T1e15u1c1 of Natmnal Honor Socxetx 4 Student Co1111t1 rcpreientatnt fr m G AA Z 3 4 Audrex Lou hlla B1gg Ch01f 1 2 3 4 Tr111le Tr1o 4 SOC131 Dante 7 Squatt Dance 1 L1brarx 2 3 4 Joseph Franus Brac-htenbach Peetz 1.2 3 Sterhng 4 Fresllman plak Sophomore plax Junlor plax J11111or S n10r plax Three Operettas Clue 0111 1 2 Dons Lorene Brachtenbaeh Peetz 1 2 3 Sterhnf, 4 T1p111O Club 4. Pep Club 1 7 Takt It Easx Jun1111 sophomore plax 1reshn1a111e1Jo1te1 SO1Jl1Ol11UIL r 1301161 Charles 'Nlelun Bright Student C111nc1l 1 Nfqllll on ent COIIIXIIIIUL L '11 1 Danu 1 Squire Dante 7 Ch SR 3 Bud 1 4 Ttlllll 111111 11111111 Basl-'1tb1l1 1 7 Gilbert Illll Br1,,ht B11c1 e 4 Chess 3 S11t111 C11n1m1ttee 4 Lt1111 to D'111CL 1 Stlunf Dlnts 7 J1ll110l Claw Plau 3 B'1sk1tb1114 Ttnmx 3 Leshe Xlbert Browner qufnt D111ce 1 7 R1f1e 111 D S11 H S,J'1111s11 Club 1 7 Chux .3 T11Ck 1 7 .3 11111 111111111 Bhlxtt 1 B111 Ntmtun BUSI SQ1l'11f Iyllff 4 'V1UdL1l1 D111Ce Blllu Lnuxse lassell 1 Club 1 f B Club 4 S11 1116 Den ce 1 7 Honox SoC1etx 4 Gnls 111111111111 11 7 Claw 11ff1ce1 1 Awe nblx Con m1tee Pt 1 Club o1'1t1 4 Sjfilllill Club OIf1C 1 1 Arlene WI mru- Chrlstner C1l1X11N 1 Chun '7 3 Honor Sometx 3 4 P111111 Co111n1111e1 Student C1J11l1C11 7 4 OICIIPNIXA 7 Band 3 S1J111l'N11 Club 3 1 1111111 1' 1811.1 tb 111 1 A 14 D113 Club 4 Ce1t1f1Ca of E 1 Cx 4 131 V x 1' P112 Q S111H1C 1111 111 1311111 C111b 7 H111c1o1111k C11ll111l71kt itrun I me 1111 1 1 11 S111 R 11 L lllt Rube rt Ntmlu Colhcr nd 11111 OICIILSIXI 1 111111 kk 111 Kk1tb111 1 B1 tb1 Arlo I ook 1c1111 1 111 113 1 1c11111 131111 1 111 l- lmu I ook 1111111 K 1 11 C 1 11J1C11 1 1..1'l'11 11-4. 'YS' x SEIN IORS PAGE SEVEN shxrlee Jean Cooper fp Club S 4 P14111 C1111 1111116 " Julllfl Class Pla 3 -X11 B 11 4 s C 11 1 NJ l 1Co 111 1 1 bert L1 Yerne Dans I all P Z 3 Ba 1 1 Nall 7 3 Class Oft1cc1 2 Lor ame Anna Dcl,ado C 1d hora C1 akme C1101 ll J11111o1 P ax 1 a Bernl e Nlarcell Dmmond A C Jones H1gh School Baxxlle Texas 1 2 3 Choral Co11 ductmg 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 Band 1 Home EC 1 2 Glrls Base ball Yollexba'l Decoraton Commlttee f0I Jun1orze111o1 Prom Wa Stamp 'md Bond Comnuttee Beth Jo Dick Home Ec 1 Lf'1IIl to Dance 2 Qqufuf Dmu 3 4 Jun 01 Plaxs 3 PIUIT1 Clllllllllllil .3 11111111011 COXIIITIILIU 4 Pep Club Nlarharct Iorr une Dzllew Vlumo 1 l Pad1on1 1 2 Sp 1111811 Club 2 Homc EL Club Pep Club 4 Cnrls Glen Club 1 2 'P21dI'OIl1l Bxsketball 2 3 Q cletarx 2 'Padromv Duane spencer Dovus S Club 3 4 Jun1or Class Plaxs 3 B11dge Club 4 Chess Club 3 Tlger Staff 4 Assemblx Commute-e 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 B1s1wtball 1 2 3 4 Tlack 2 Irma Jean Erickson Learn to Dance 1 C11o1r 2 3 4 Sextette 3 4 MICE Club 2 GIFIS Intramural 2 Dorothy Wlae Estrench Ch0ll 2 3 4 Square Dane! 2 3 Jumor Plaxs 3 Prom COI'I1l'Il1I tee 3 I111t1'1t on Comnuttee 4 Honor Roll 3 4 ACINISOIQ GIOUD 1 11m'111 3 Glorla June Fabian Jumor Class Plaxs 3 Fres11ma11 plax 1 Pep Club 2 G A A 1 2 Band ani Orchestra 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 Volleyball 1 2 3 1VI'1I'1'i'Pll191lI Commutee 1 1 3 Jumor Se111o1 Prom C m nuttfe 3 Class Motto Comnuttee 4 Soclal Co1nm1ttee 4 Nornn WIIFIC Farrell A1Lus l George 'vhllnam Gould uc Stu 1931 t1s 'om 'ict lllel 1 contest' 1 JLIll101 Class P111 2 J1111o1 Class P111 3 S 11101 Cla s Plax 2 Class PlC9ldCl1' 5 Class V104 131681616111 1 Esther Vmrne Grams Llom Xhk 1 g Cl b to 113 11 Shllxam Allen Grlmm Wlllald 1 2 ChOlI 3 4 J1111o1 Class Plax 3 FFA 3 4 Taft ball 1 2 Basketball 1 2 Richard Ldgar Guenzl Rxfle Club 1 Learn to Dance Y Chess Club 3 Photographx 4, Tmex Staff 4 I11t1amur111 4 T 1 F" f- . ' X 1 1 A 3. " ' 1' 11.1 A , 4115 Staff 4. Tiger Staff 4. 1'1C1C.QC C1113 . C1lCw.' Club 'A 5,11 111sl1 Chu g. Soma 1 11111:-fe 4. Po , 1 ' ' Pet z 1-2-3. Footb 1 Music 1-2-3-4. lays l-' -'. sebzll 1, Eff 1, 1 L- , f.g.' ' L-3. F . h . U, Art 9111 3-4. C' 1 og 5 ' '1' '1 ' ' ly 2, As- semb j: .,-4. 'c . e '. . Y K' 1 , 1 1 ' ' I -N ' . r 1 1 ' ' . ' , ew'-, 1- 2-3-4, Assembly Committee 1-2-3, IVlanagc1nc11t Committee 4. 1 -L. ' ' -', 2 '. - '. 2, 1 , " - - ' , ax 1 -'-4, v . - -,' l " 1 'L ' ' 1 z "- '- - - . ' . l'-"- 'A 'lv U 41'-V v Y' Cl a" 1 . C L 1 - . I A - - . ' ' -' - . 1 .gg ' -1- , ' - ' ' Co - . AL 1 1 I , , 4 ' 1 ,, . 1 L11 1 1 ' 1 ' C 1-2-3. F,F.A. 1. Play' - C ' ' 'art' 1 21111 u.P11o g1'111Q'. PAGE EIGHT SENIORS Mxldred Mae Haas Ilxff 1 FHA 1 Learn to Dance 2 3 Brldge 4 Speech Chorus 2 Assembly fone act playa 3 Glrls Intramurals 2 3 Dora Wane Hagemeler Pep Club 3 4 Cholr 2 3 4 Prom Commlttee 3 GAA 1 'INFIDIE Trio 3 Square Dance 1 Soclal Dance 2 Brldge Club Intramurals 1 2 3 Soclal COIIIIHIIIEG 1 2 Lols 'Viable Hammack Padrom 1' Pep Club 112 Glee Club 1 Student COUDCII 1 Spamsh Club 1Sterl1ngm Pauline Haney Thespxans 3 4 Modern Dance 1 2 Square Dance 1 Br1dge Club 4 Art Club 2 Stagecraft 3 Choral Speakmg 2 Junior Class Plays 3 Freshman Inxtxatlon 4 Senlor Talent 4 Thes plan Imtlatxon 4 Volleyball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Sec retary of Thesplans 4 Iva 'VIae Harper W1llard 1 2 Sextette 3 4 Choxr 3 4 Pep Club 4 Jun1or Play 3 Management C0mm1tt9B Charles Raymond Harns Band 1 2 Orchestra 1 2 Thespxan 3 4 Class Plays 3 Prom Comm1ttee 3 Student Councll Convention 3 Soclal Com mlttee 2 S Club 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Track 1 2 3 Class Offlcer 1 Student Bodx Offlcer 3 4 Jean Jacquelme Hartway Learn to Dance 1 2 Square Dance 3 Pep Club 2 3 Orulle Lawem Haney S Club 3 4 Brxdge Club 4 Chess Club 3 Tlger Staff 4 Foot ball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 Soclal 2 Rosemarv Anne Hassman Thesp1ans 2 3 4 A Cappella Cholr 2 Argus Staff 2 3 JUHIOI Class Plays 3 Best Foot Forward 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 So clal Commxttee 2 4 Prom Commlttee 3 Square Dance 1 4 In1t1at1on Commlttee 4 Presldent of Thesplans 4 V106 Presl dent Pep Club 4 Pres1dent Socxal Commlttee 4 G AA 1 Shlrlev Ann Hayden A Cappella Cholr 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Thesplans 4 Honor So CICYX 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Argus Staff 2 3 4 Tiger Staff 4 Br1dge Club 4 Class Officer 1 2 Student Councll 3 Louls John Hclbert St Anthony s 1 2 3 Brldee 4 Football 4 Helen Elame Henrw Square Dance 2 4 Homemakers 1 Arvus Staff 4 Chorus 2 Assembly Comrnlttee 1 Jean Fdlth Holmes Lealn to Dance l P Square Dance 3 4 Intl unural 1 ' Ba ketball Pxesldent ol Home EC Class Betts Nlae Humphrex Gulld 1 2 3 4 T1 ex Staff 4 cl 3 Klan aaement Comnnttee Whllum Edwin Ils FFA l Le o DIIICQ 3 lntm ' , . . . , - ,U ' , 3. . 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'iIl'll1!'l'1lS 4 SENTORS PAGE NINE Betty Irene Innes FHC 4 Elsie Mae Jemberg Leesvllle Va 1 Bxers Colorado 12 Haxtun Colorado 3 Junxol Class Play 3 Class Treasurer 3 Chorus 3 Spamsh Club 4 Argus Staff 4 Tlger Staff 4 Vianon Elizabeth Johnson Hardmg 1 2 Operetta 2 A Cappella 3 4 Argus Staff 4 Don Kmnew A 1 2 3 Glona Kmght Br1dge 4 Pep Club 3 4 Junlor Class plaxs 3 Learn to Dance 1 2 3 Thespmans 4 Art Club 1 2 Prom Commlttee 3 Intra murals 1 2 3 4 Assemblx 3 Don Koemg S Club 2 3 4 Brldge Chess Sports Rule Xlanagemtnt Com l'lllIlC8 3 Assemblx Comrnlttee 2 Paulxne Katherine Lechman Atwood 1 Square Dance Learn to Dance Brldee lone tear of eachw Pep Club 1 4 Chorus IZ tears Sterhng Atwood' Kelth Charles 'Shtteson S Club 3 4 Chess 2 Learn to Dance 1 Thesptans 4 Brldge 4 Square Dance 2 'Vlana ernent Comnnttee 3 4 Jumor Class Plaxs 3 Pxom Cornnnttee 3 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 Tennls 2 Helen fharlene 'SItPrnle Pen Club 3 4 Honor SOC1EtX 3 4 A Cappella Cholr 2 3 4 Dance 1 Ls ern to Dance 2 Choral Conductmg 4 Jun1or Class Pla s .3 Prom Commxttee 3 Tlger Staff 4 Student Councll 4 COCIHI Commlttee 2 Thespxans 4 Student Body Secretary 4 Class Treasurer 2 Pres1dent of Spamsh Club 2 Pres1dent of CllOlI' 4 Secretarx of Choxr 3 Rosella Emlls Nildbo Learn to Dance 2 Cholr 3 4 Tlger Staff 4 Pep Club 4 In tramurals 1 2 3 4 Wav ne 'Vhles Corlee 'Vlunson Spamsh Club 1 2 3 4 Museum Club 1 Sports Rules Club 2 Modern Dance 2 3 Nat1onal Honor Society 4 G AA 4 Intra mural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Intramural Volleyball 2 4 Presl dent Spamsh Club 3 Dolons Mane Zlma Home E Club 2 3 Learn to Dance 1 Basketball 1 2 Volley ball 1 2 Home Ec VICE Presldent 1 Club Secretary 1 Phwll s Irene Ness Hardlng 1 2 Thespxans 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 4 A Cappella Cholr 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 4 Johnnx Grovss Up 1 Aunt Em ma Sees It Throutzh 2 Vasm hctorx 3 A Frlend at Court 3 Baskctball 1 2 Intramurals 3 4 Rowmand Nlesen Illff 1' tears Chess 3 4 . . . ,' . ' , , FF. . -' - -4. 1 ' - - ' lj, '- . A ry , 1 - . 1 . . K . ' . -. . ., ' ' . A V , -.4 . Z .., A AQ, - A chorus 1. Triple Trio 2. sexteire 3-4, Spanish Club 2-3, Square n V I - ' 4 - , ' ' . ' ' ' . , . , - - - Y ' - Y -- T. ' . . ' , '- l -- - .. - M vt .-' .I l - - . V' PAC E TEN! SENIORS Hgeen Patss 0Gradx Kearnex Hrgh 1 2 Chorr 1 Lrbrarx Club 1 2 4 Grrl Reserses 1 2 Assembls Commrttee 1 2 Pep Club 2 4 Learn to Dance 3 Futume Homemakers Club 3 Brrdge Club 4 Trger Staff 4 Argus Staff 4 Student Councll 4 Hockex 12 Basketball 1 2 3 Softball 1 2 Vlaw Fete 2 Dorothy Lons Olander Learn to Dance 1 Square Dance 2 4 Cholr Club 3 CIIOII' 3 4 Dutch Operetta 2 Prom Committee 3 Certrfrcate of FIFIFICIEIICX 1 Chorus 2 Intramurals 3 Loren Eugene Paulmg Thesplans 3 4 Class Plats 'i Assemblx Commrttee 2 Band 1 2 Learn to Dance 1 Square Dance 2 Tiger Staff 4 Prom Commrttee 3 Brrdge Club 4 Chess Club 3 Intramurals 1 Jr nror Class Presrdent Senror Class Presrdent Margaret Alberta Paxton Chorus 1 2 Socral Dance 2 Lrbrarx 4 Prom Commrttee 3 Intramurals 1 2 3 Management Cornmrttee 3 Ramah Loulsc Piper Photographx 1 Brrdge 4 Speech Class Plat 2 Argus Staff 4 Band 1 2 Richard B Qumn St Anthonx s 1 2 3 Rlfle Club 4 Band 1 2 Whx tht Chnnes Rang 1 Lrft Betrns at Slxteen 2 Band Man 11. 1 4 levus Lloyd Ramew Padrom 1 Square Dance Learn to Dance Chess Club Lorenc 'Haw Ranum Learn to Dance 1 2 Home Fcononncs 3 Intramurals .2 .3 4 Flemor WIATIC Rasmussen Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 Orchestra 1 2 Chou 3 4 Sex tette 3 4 Fhesplans 4 Tiger Staff 4 Class Plaxs 3 Prom Cornrnrttee 2 GAA 1 2 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Class Offrcer 3 4 Student Councll 1 Eula Blame Rreke Pep Club 4 Chorr 3 4 Management Cornrnrtte 1 2 Trger Staff 4 L arn to Dance 1 Br1dge Club 4 Honor Socretx 3 4 Grrls Intramurals 2 3 4 Lorraine Esther Roth Atwood Hrgl 1 Atwood Pep Club 1 Learn to Dance llmer Nc hnelder n 1 1 BIC e 31 Tru r 1 'sz Dormhx Nlu achumm tr r 1 H htm C cor e sthu mpc lub 3 4 Ccufr H1 I lg 1, -1 Tr rc :mr I1 n vrrr Q W Z 1 SEWIORS PAGE ELEVEN Nlargone Lucllle Setterberg Chorus 1 Pep Club 3 4 Prom Commxttee 3 Square Dance 1 2 Learn to Dance 3 Brldge 4 Argus Staff 4 Tiger Staff 4 Student Council Comentlon 2 GAA 1 2 Glrls Intra murals 1 2 3 4 GAA Come-nt1on 1 Class Offlcer 3 4 :tu oent Councxl 1 2 Socxal Comrmttee 3 Bhlrlew Slice Band 1 2 4 Bmdge Club 4 Spanlsh Club 1 2 3 Trumpet Trlo Assemblx Commxttee 3 Arvus Staff 2 Tiger Staff 4 Niartha Ruth Smart L es Sumfrnt Hleh School 1 2 3 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 3 4 XIIASG Chorus 1 2 3 Pep Club 3 4 A Cappella 4 Presldent L es Summlt Pep Club 4 class treasurer 2 vlcc presldent Pep Club 3 cheer leader 3 4 Dale 'llllton Nmlth Hardlng 1 2 Class Paxs 2 Jumcr Plan 3 Chorus 1 2 Bas ketball 1 Bwron Dale sonnenberg Bud e 4 Qquaxe Dancc 3 4 Modern Dance 1 2 Chlsh 3 S Cl lb 4 Tlrcsplans 4 Basketball 3 4 Richard Xllen Sonnenbzrg., I1 uhm, 1 2 Basketball 1 1 ' 1' Qoitoall 1 P C1101 u 1 Z u o x f1cer 2 Iss Op F 1711118 3 4 Track 3 4 June stesens Lealn to Dance I xears Home Ec Club Choval .:,pe1k1n n Junior Class Pm s A sembl Modern Dance 1 2 ,Dong I der Ill Home EC Clul Dorothx Ruth Lhng P p Club 3 4 Squire Dancc 1 Learn to Dance 3 Budge Club 4 T1 ex Staff 4 I-ranus Jean Wan Dusen Lc nn to Dan c 1 P Art Club 4 Choml Spcakln Cla s ln Jllllill Class Plot ASHKIULJIICS 7 Square Dance Future I'I0lllCfIl"lkClS Club 1 'VIOClCIIl Dance 1 2 Robert Leroy Waddle Learn to Dance M106 Club Chess Football 1 2 Intramural Basketball 1 2 Basketball 3 4 Albert Wlctor Wagner A Cappella Cholr 1 2 Chess 1 Jumor Class Play 2 3 Thes pxans 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Go1f 2 Harold leon Waite Learn to Dance Club Qquare Dance Club Chess Club Arch erx Club Brxdge Club Junlor Class Plaxs 3 Intramural Bas ketball 1 2 3 4 Socxal Commlttee Herbert Eu ene Walte Square Dance 2 4 Spanlsh 1 2 Banu 1 2 Intramural Bas ketbal 1 2 3 4 SOC131 Commlttee 3 Don Walker Pack Rat 1 Mlce Club 2 Track 2 Bettv Ruth Wardnp Rxfle Club 1 2 3 4 Brldge Club 4 Sports Rule Club 1 2, Choxr 2 3 4 Chorus 1, GAA 1 2 3 4, Intramurals 1 2 3 4, GAA Treasuxer 4, Rxfle Club Secretary 2 3 Rlfle Club Presldent 4 I ' . 1 ' . , ' 1 ' ' ' - - - I D' ' 1 U v A .Y ' U ' - . A e " . ' ' -..- ' . - - - A V ' ' ' . ' . . '- - , A U- . b , . ' . .- ... ' KH-. ' ' 1 . A 5 . cf ' - . ' .f .' 'f f 'a' ' I - . ' -1.-I,-K... ' -S.. "s -' . Sl - cient I3 clj Of Cl: Play: 1. eretta 2. F. A. 3-4, Choir 4. S Club 4, Argus S-tall 4. Junior Class Play' 3. Thes- 4 .' . - , ' T ' . . V 2 M. V A V, f. :V g i' ' ' . -... " ea ' . ' 'L e Q - '- . ' 2 'A . ' . -A ' . " 'fm ' . ., . ez: . cr -1.. ' '. 1 '. ' gg .sq ' ' c 'C . . ' " - , 5 1 . 1 K' - v - y - . t I ' . - , A - ' , ' ' - - . - - - , -3. 1 V . 1 L., A v U v Q ' r ' ' v ' 'K' ' ' - A . . 9 ' 'v' . U. cr ' ' B ' 1 K 1 . . . . - Memorial Service rSemors Salute Sterling Loses l 4 - A - --e- - PAGE TWELVE SENIORS Lawrence Joseph Wemsman St. Peters 1-2. Bridgeport Nebraska, Square Dance S Club 4, B Club 3, Football 4, Track 4, Boxing 4, Football 3. lla Mae West Pep Club 2-'I-4. G.A.A. 2, Honor Society 3-4, Social Commit- tee 3, Band 1-2, Orchestra 2, Chorus 1, Choir 2-3-4, Saxo- phone Quartette 2, Senior Girls' Sextette 4, Learn to Dance 1, Square Dance 2. Prom Committee 3, Tiger Staff 4, Bridge Club 4, Intramurals 2 Class Officer 2-4 Pep Club Officer 4. Hu h Rodnev ltIlll3Fl'lS Peetz Hi h 1 2 3 Class Plays 1 2 3 Baseball 1 Softball 2 3 Music l 2 3 4 Secretarx 1 Corre pondmg Secretaiy 2 Vivienne Irene Woodward Home Ec 2 3 Learn to Dance 1 Basketball 1 2 Vo' eyball 1 2 Horie Fc Club Vice President 1-2 year President lk year Club Reporte Martha Aurella Yeager Home Ec Club 2 3 Rifle Club Intramural Basketball 1 z Cleo Fay Yonkers Sturgeon High 12 Sterling Jlanuai and Sturgeon High Schools 3 Hayward Union High and Sterling 4 Dancing 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Softball 1 2 Volleyball 1 2 4 Tennis 4 Hockey 4 Held for President On the afternoon of April 12 Franklin D Roosevelt passed away leaving our nation and the world be 1 reft of a leader of such stature thatl ture and posterity alone can fullyl measure For the majority of high school students he is the only president oil our country whom we are able to recall In time to come we shall be able to say to those yet unborn I saw him in the newsreels heard his voice When he talked to us he said M5 friends When l meant it President Roosevelt was a friend to the people of our nation He did more for the common laboung man and for the farmer than anx other who has held the highest office in our land President Roosevelt was not orl, great as a national leadel but great as a 1 international leadei The world capitals of our Allies mourned him The whole Christian world was united in mouinlng for :lm On the morning following his death the public schools of Amen ca throughout the land conducted memorial services in his honor In Sterling High School assem bled students rexerentlx met in the auditorium to observe rites which not one of us shall ever forget And though we find the death of our president hard to accept we subscribe to the staunch faith that' distates the unquestionable right ness of Divine Will and we Join! with our superintendent of schools 1 M' R R Knowles who said onr that memorable day that he felt as if God had said to President Roose y velt Well done thou good and, faithful servant and that He had called him to a greater and a no l bler field Elks Reward Five Seniors Fhxllis Ness Marie Chr tnei Loren Pauling Charlene McBride and Joanne Berkstresser Sterling High seniors were winners in most aluable student contest sponsor-.d by Elks lodge in rebruars Awards were made March 1 bi C F' Poole principal in behal of the Elks Phxlhs Ness and Loren Pauling recened So each Mdlle Christnex placed third with a prize of S10 Second prize of S15 wis uon bi Joanne Berkstressel First prize of 52a was won bx Charlene McBride Joannes and Chaxie ies essaxs were entered in the stale contest Mrs Shambausvh Outgoing seniors hereby here with and hereupon express their deepest regards sincerest thanks and abiding respect for Mrs Mar garet Shambaugh senior class soon sor of 45 In every class activity in which this years crop of graduates has become involved Mrs Qhambaugh has been right on the beam and has helped us get on the beam If we have accomplished anything and We trust We have although we are aware that there are some scof fers who might disagree we owe the success of said enterprise to, this ladx of u failing ideas n flagging enthus1asm and unfa ter ing Judgment We seniors of 4 nmetx fourl strong salute the one and only Mrs 'vlaigaret Shambaugh' STl DENLS MAKE RINGS Ten students made up the lapi dan club this 'Vear These students worked faithxullx and made almost all kinds of Jewelry such as rings ' bl celets ne kiaies and pendants 'lhei learned to polish stones Mis Ford how Richard Id like to go through at least one period! without cold n sou Richard W ell xou hate nn per II'1SSl0ll i Mr G W Gibbs to College Campus Mr George W Gibbs assistant principal dean of boys and math 1 .structor is the second teacher Sterling High has lost to C W C the first being Mr B Z Wood who left us last year Mr Gibbs for three years asso cmted with S H S will be on the Denver campus next fal It was nnounccd in the Aprl 23 issue of the Argus that he had accepted a position on the teaching and su pervisory staff of C N C Students esterd to N'r Gibbs an best wishes' Sadie Hawkins Party, May 4 Sadie Hawkins day was observed in the custom ry manner with an al' school social on May 4 1945 IH Blair Hall The girls tagged their Lil Abners and escorted them to the dance in full array with cor sages of onions carrots and rad ishes Pefreshments were sersed and prizes were awarded to the best Jlt terbugs waltz partners costumes etc Mr Jack MacAdams furnished the music and several new popular records were bought for the dance , . s . ' 's - - . ' - - , " V- -V ' ' - . ,' , U u., 1 ' . ...,, . - , , , -, .I - I . . , . V - - V V . r. . - , ' 1, -'. . -, . 1 I . , . . v l .J 1 ' ' ' v ' y ' ' 1 - 1 , . . V 0 , , Z . . . . : . , . .I . i , I I -, 0 O C , . ' Y . - -Y Q . . V Y . 1 1 . I . T'- ,Q . . . -l , . . - 1 . y . ' 'i v I . . - ' ' -X . . G . r- , , . V , ., - . V D , g. . . ' - 1 , , , - ' , - . - 1 V p o -, H .. . , , , F G . , , . . 3 . I . ' . n A . 'l -,i-,lm ' V ,, " "' ...Il l 1 ,. , - l 3 - . , . . .X - ' I D - . . you heard him say it, you knew he ' - U l . . 1Mrs. Gibbs congratulations and the - 'V ' 5' In . ll -3 - - - , u - p , ' 'L , I -i - W V ' ' is . l v . Y F I c s ., , 1 -1 1 , av LV- ' 1 ' l V U t - . -, -Q . T sv ,, -'-1 1.1 ' 'A r - V .-- V . w v Y v .vrw 1 8 , V. X - ' .. y ' U- ,, - , . . . . V ' A - 1 , , , ' ' v ' f . - - - V V .V . , ' - " ' . ' ': ii.-.. L V V . ,-- . . .. - S H ' , 7 . . - 1 - , .. - V ' ' I Y v I ' ' ' ' . V ' ' . ' " 2 ' -' . s i fs 3 . 1 . . ' . . l - 5 .VA . . ' t 4. I, Z , Y hy V bv - . Y V s ' ' ' 1 V FACULTY 1 1945 'IHGER PAGE T1-IIRTEEN t 'Ut IX 4 1 Sixteenth Year As Principal Sixteenth Year As Sterling ot High School C. F. POOLE has se.ved as pri..- cipal of Sterling High School for 16 years and dean of the Sterlinr' Ju:- ior College for the past three years. Mr. Poole is a member ot the Lions Club. Elks Club. Masonic Lodge. White Shrine. and is an ac- tive church member. He feels that some of the notable accomplishments in school activities durin, 'ne year were the sale of s-'1n.ps and bonds. the collection of sal tax tofzens which amounted to ?1.a0 and the publication of a stu- dent F-Lnfioogk-all of which were sl.,'I1YOl'6'Cl bg: th student council. Superintendent ROBERT R. KNOWLES superi 1- tendent of Sterling schools and the Logan County High School System for 16 years. has been serving th. school system in Sterling 32 years He was elected to the Board of Re- :ents for Colorado University IW years ago. Mr. Knowles rarely misses an as .embly and never misses an ath- letic event, He addressed the stu- dent body January 26 on "A on.- mon Enemy." S udents and teachers Vere dee J- ly saddened bf' the announcement c the death of .is . n. L. R. fl. Knowles. Jr., on February 16. xvl'.i2L. ,zcurred while he was sersin' ine armed forces somewhc' 'L .:fOIl'1ll.l. tl.E MII. 'YN PXVIFIS Y 'W f o ' N x mms! cm l la so t 1' L , N tw AW , 1 . 5 . 1 if 5,2 H ' ' ' . sexe 1-1 gf: PAGE FOURTEEN MR L1-,E BARNETT a graduate of Colorado State College of Educa txon '1t Greeley lS completmg h1s th1rd wear as lnstructor of shop 111 Sterlmg H1gh Mr Barnett IS spon sor of the Lapxdary Club and IS also mterested 1n archery Perhaps Mr Barnetts blggest lnterest IS IH hlS two sons Gary aged three and Tom aged one THE 1945 TIGER FACULTY Wir A P BERKSTRESSER has now completed h1S twenty second sear as lnstructor of mathematxcs at Sterllng H1gh School H IS a freshman adv1sor and IS also a member of the Nat1onal Honor So CIGIS commlttee He 1S mterested 1n sports 95138013112 huntmg and f1sl11ng He spends hxs summers lust rough1n lt 1n the mountalns XII N llll ill FORD 11111111 f Nlhn NI KXINIM I- KIRK Illl ll 1 1 ll llltl C 1C ll ll 1 ' 111 11 111 1 N11 11 H1111111 Soc111x c1111111111111 1 1 s 11 S 1 1 Cf 1111111111 1 111 lll T1x O11 1111 1 1 1111 1 N N 1 1 11111 1 11 1 111 11 11 1 1 H111 1 1 11 1 1' . ,l ' A 1 . . . 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S111 1111s 111111111111 lll N'1'.1'lll- 1s 1111 211.1111 '1111-1'1s11-cl lll 111 1' 13' 11111 1111- C1l1l1l'!t H1- 1" -s 111 1.11111 111111-11 1-1 1111l1u11"11 :111 .s 'I 1-1' 11l:1'1'1s1111 F1111'1'l11ld 7.1111-11111 N111 J1 - 11111 11sl1 llT1'!'1lllll1' 'VIR HERBERT BOGGAN IS an mstructor 1n both th lngh school and the JUDIOI' college He IS 1n terested 1n hlstorx bmgraphx and sports Mr Boggan IS a graduate of MIBSISSIDDI College He has an 'VI A degree from Tulane Un1 xersltx ID Nev1 Orleans In He has done graduate work at the Umxer s1tx of Illdlqllfi N I1 I PUR! P FIBBN '1 of 1 111 X111 If 11111 111 1o111111111e1 1 Nl 1 1 s 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 llxf 11155 LOL IsE CRONIBALGH an alumna of Sterlmg H1gl1 IS com pletlng her fourth xear as lnstruc tor of gxrls phxslcal educatlon and as G A A sponsor She IS a sophomore adv1sor and also dean of women 1n the 1un1or college She IS a mem b r of the recreat1on commlsslon and has done much to ach1eve pres ent recreat1on fac1l1t1es 111 Sterlmg WIINN NIU LLLX INN!! has C11111 X 11 lllNl L Q 1 1 sc 1101 l lt lX 1 1 11111 111 K 11 ll Q 1 1 11111 FACULTY THE 1945 TIGER PAGE FHFTEEN MISS RLTH JONES l1brar1an and mstructor of Span1sh has f1n lshed her f1rst year at Sterl1ng I-hgh She IS a faculty adv1sor of the Student Coun 1l has charge of the sal of War bonds and stamps an' serves as dean of glrls M1ss Jones recelved her BS and MA degrees from the Un1vers1ty of Nebraska NIRS EDITH NEALE countx l1ealtl1 nurse completes her twelfth tear 111 C' H Q Mrs Neale super used the glllllg of the tuberculosls tests at th school Sl1e IS actue 1n Red Cross vtork Students appre t1ate her personal 1nterest ln tl1e1r welfare 'VIR JACK 'VIacADAWIa 1nstructor of bows physxcal educauon IS the super 1sor of Sterllngs recreatlon program He has orgamzed commu mt dances supervlsed the ICQ skatmg rlnk durlng the wlnter and worked to organ1ze a Sterlmff youth center Before conung to Sterlmf three vears ago he attended West ern State College Colorado Stat Coll ge and Colorado Un1vers1tw 'VIRS DORIS 'VIORGANI 1nstruc tor 1n h1story and Enghsh has com pleted her second year at Sterhnv H1gh School Her freshman Enghsh classes have done outstand1ng work 1n choral speakmg Mrs Morgan spends rnucl1 oi her t1me w1th her three daughters Mary Janlce and CORDIS 'VIRS LVA vILslL mstructor of .focal muslc IH Sterllng Hxgh and superv1sor of all vocal mus1c .n the Junvor h1gh school and th grade schools IS completlng a se onl successful year The a cappella cho1r and small groups under her dlrectlon have performed more t1mes th1s year than any other vear 1n the h1storv of Sterhng H1gh She has two ch1ldren Grace 'Vlare and Robert Niles RLB1 NETHER1 teacher of Lat1n and Enghsh returned to Sterlme last fall after a semeste1 s outstandmff work has been do11 mth the VWIIOHH1 Honor Soc1etx M1ss Netherx ObI31llE'd her B A ani hz VIA deuees from Oklahoma UIIIXPISIIX She 18 tl1e holder of the Knowles Au ard for outst'111d111s s rxlce as a teacher 111 Ste1l111g Fvgh WIISS MARGARET POPE structor of art and Enellsh IS a graduate of the Dn1xers1tx of Colo dlaxung DICIUFCS horseback rldlng and skung She IS a senlor adx 15 r and serx ed as Pep Club sponsor tl11s last xear The art classes undtr l1 r SJDPTXISIOII haue done some xerx outstandmf' work tl11s xear dxsplaung seteral phases of th 1r work 1n our school hbrary 'T' s,,,,,,w KIRK WINIFRED RICHARDSON an alumna of Sterl1ng Hlgh IS corn Dletmg her second year as 1n t1u s1r of the JC131 Commntee and IS a J1111or cuss adusor Mrs V'1tl1 ll ons 1l1SD2iIld IS serx na l'l 1 Hllllid forces som when l'lIl e Che 1 ntelested 1n 1111 c and suunt, although 1111 small d'110l1ter Janwe OCCUDIES most of he t IP . . , .N . . 1 . 1 1 , 1 1 rw ' K ' ' ' h 1 . 1 1 1 1 , I D A . 1 , L- h ' I W . 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' 1 AQ 11 ' ' ' ' 1 1' in 1 IEQGE SIXTEEN THE 1945 TIGER FACULTY NIRS NIARGARET SHANIB-Xl GH teacher of Enghsh lnstorx and speech semor class Qponsor mem ber of the Natxonal Honor SOCIGIX comm1t1ee head of the dramatlci demrtment SDOIISOI of the assemblx commlttee and a member of the IQPIPHUOU commlssxon has complet ed her fourth year at Sterlmg H1gh Interested m current affalrs she reads all the latest books Hhs OPXL HOLEI- 1111 1 11111 115 111 1 mf 111- H111111111111z1 113 1 C11 1 1 1 51 S191 1 11 1 115 1 1 '10 5110115111 S11 1 no 5 III 1111 111 1131 U 11 1111 111 1111 sy, ' N3 - fW,...,..4r4"" NIR D-KN SKALL-X 1S completmf 111s flrst xear as the mstructor of avuculture and the sponsor of the F F A '1tSter1mg I-hgh Mr Skql la 1S the handx man of the sen 1or 11f1sS 'md serxed as aisxstant coach durmg the football season He naught 1I'1 the Haxtun schools befme commg to Sterlmg ' ' 'v ff 'N W 0 1 . f ,H Q' , for , an W J '1Q NIIS5 FR ANCIHA SMITH has S911 ed for a number of Keats as teach er of mathemaucs and vsorld 1115 torx 111 Sterlmg Hlgh che IS a member of the Nfmonal Honor Q0 CIGIX COIHIHIIICQ and IS a sponsor of the semox C1355 She serves as cash xer for the school cafeterla She emoxs cookmg sevunff readmg and hOL1S8kE'B1J1llg 4-M79 NIR R Sl PH XOHI-. 1115111111111 111 C 5 HO 18 Qt 1 S111 11 111151 hoc 111111 1 1 11 11 XL 1 G p 11 C116 1 5 1111 1 1 711131911 1 IL co ec 111 1 11111 1 1 ot Plctured NIR K I HORSE has Qpent 0191 th1rtx xears as a member of the facultx of Sterlmg Hlgh One tlme coach he IS mm msuuctor of gen era scmnco 'ind 111115105 H 1111115111 of 1111 Rlflc Club '111d 18 1 11161111301 of 1111 N1t1o11'11 Hono1 S101 c 11111111 S111de1115 V11 1 1111311 115 111111115 1111195 fmd 118 11111011 1 1111 L NIR IORIN ' IiRIwTI-XSJN 1 1119111 C1111 6111111 5 13 mm 1 11111 1 1 C11K1111J1111Xl 1 H 1 111 11111 11 to S111 I1 11115.11 5 KN 115 11111 5111111 1 fl 11115 hkflX llhlxINN '11511 111 W H 1 111111 11d 5 IS 111511110 11 111111-.m1, I11I1C1 md 1 1111 1 5 1111111111 1.1111115111 N115 HLJKKIIIN 511 11 111 11115111 H1 1112 1m11d 15 111111 NQXNIII' 111111 1110 11111161 ll C15 111015115 S111 1115 1 xefu INIOR5 1 IH- PXGI- XNT THF XOICF OF AMERICA. 1561111111111 1111111199111 111 efmt QIJU11 M111 5 1 M 1 1 It 11 1 91 1111 1 111111 11111 111111 1 1 NIR NIANSLL WORD!-N bettex known aS Coach IS a gladuate 01 111 Colorado State Co lege of Edu catlon He IS completmg 1115 thlrd fax aS mstructor of boxs phxsl cal educfatlon aeronauucs and world geographx 111 Sterlmg H1g11 H15 football team plfued 111 the state b6lT1lflI'12i1S and the basket ball squad went as runners up to th state tournament NIINN Ll-OTA Bl-Sl'Ns L 1111 1111111111 of Ste11111L H1S..11 18 1111 11 111311 and k 0115 1111 11191111 1 511116 I Xlfll C1111 1 1 C 1 U 1 111111 1 1 1 ' 11x 111111 1 1 I ' s 1 1 1 . 1 I . .I . 1' , ij v 1 'K' A' ' '- ' A " l.. .K I A ' . 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Mules, Hams, Semors-Gettman, Wernsman, McDonald, Jumors War Takes Llves of 14 S H S Alumni Fourteen Sterl1ng Hxgh alumnl have grven thelr llves ln defense of f1rst Logan County kllled ln actlon was Glacomxm He was SHS ln the class of k11led June 29 1942 I Flreman Flrst Class W1ll1am Valentlne Assembly Program Ah' Such woes of the heart that befell us on Valentmes day Thet above plcture shows you some of the happenlngs ln assembly on Val entlne s day The assembly was pre sented by Mrs Shambaughs advr sory group About a week before the assembly throughout the school were d1str1b uted mall boxes ln whxch students malled thelr letters contalnlng the woes of thelr love llfe These let 'ers were answered rn assembly by Cup1d mmself 1n the person of R chard Sonnenberg solvmg many troubles for our love lorn students In the next portion of the pro gram couples were called to the stage and were glven valentines to read to each other Those particlpatlng ln the pro glam were Peggv Rasmussen Rxch ard Sonnenberg Byron Sonnenberg Keith Matteson Dale Smlth Orvllle Harvey Duane Downs B111 Grlmm Bernlce Dlamond and Larry Werns man Girls Outnumber Boys by Twenty At the begmnmg of the school year 1944 45 the enrollment was 430 wlth 225 of that number mg glrls and the remalnlng boys At the present tlme ias he Twer goes to pressr we have an rollment of 420 220 are g1rls and 200 boys Durlng the year for some reason or other we have lost flV6 boys and an equal number of gxrls from the student body We actually lost more than the above but the enrollment of new students durxng Junlors Entertam, GIVE Prom May 4 Senlors were guests of the Junlors at the annual Jumor semor prom held ln Blalr Hall on May 18 pepoermlnt theme was carrled out by hav1ng gay artfully handled dec oratlons of red and whlte Shxrlev Wxlhams acted as chalr mar of all prom commlttees Com mxttee members for the prom 1n eluded the following Punch 'VI Irie Jensen Frleda Luft Al1ce W1l 11s James Bomberg Roy Benson Ndecoratlons Evalyn Hecker Leon Bomberg class of 1940 was lulled 1n the battle of Tulagl off the coast of the Solomon Islands on August 9 1942 Somewhere m England Loren Bud B'artelson class of 1937 was kxlled ln actlon on February 16 1944 Another graduate Anatlon Cadet LaVerne Hay class of 38 dled at Elllngton Field Texas March 16 1944 as the result of a cerebral hemorrhage T Sgt Harold Bud Mason grad uate of Sterl1ng Hlgh School class of 1939 was kllled rn an alrplane crash on March 29 1943 near Tn October 1943 somewhere ln Italy S S Halford J Rhue son of 'Vlr and Mrs Lawrence Rhue was l-'1lled He was a graduate ln 1932 As the result of an alrplane crash over Rldgewell London T Sgt Mel vm F Wllson class of 37 gave hls llfe on March 31 1944 2nd Lt B111 Peterson class of 38 was kllled ln RCIIOH over Ger many on March 6 1944 He was a pvlot of heavy bomber operatlons Also kllled 1n actlon over Ger many was Lt Clarence Stoltz fContmued on Page Twenty: and Allen Maggard programs Lo xena McKay and Joan Newman 1 furnlture Dean Todd Lester Pat ten Leonard Patten B111 Boy es and 1 Kautz Kay Trultt Shxrley Wxllrams the year helped to supply the loss Nona Wernsman Adolph Larsen 1,131-K Groce 1 1 1 1 Durmg the past school year flve bovs have left school for the pur pose of gomg lnto the ser11ce of their country Walt Wernsman Jun xor enl1sted1n September 1944 and left ln December for Great Lakes Illlnoxs He has recently been as 31 ned to the U S S Lexmgton Glen Cettman Jumor left early 1n the year for the Merchant Marlnes Raymond Harrls semor left for Great Lakes January 2 1945 He IS now gomg to a radlo school ln Gul' Port M1SS1SSlpp1 Henry Mc Donald Jumor Jolned the Navy ln Aprxl 1945 and left the 15th of that month Wayne Mxles semor after Jolrxng the Navy ln January 1945 left for Ch1cago where he IS ln the reserves Dance Program Presented On Frlday evenmg March 16 at 8 pm the glrls gym classes square dance club and the Jumor college gym classes under the dlrectlon of Mxss Loulse Cronbaugh presented a program of dlfferent types of dances The program was as follows Csardas Hungarian folk dance Fpallnaspolska Swedxsh folk dance Flamboraugh Engllsh folk dance The Rehearsal modern dance com pllecl by the class The Rxtual Flre Dance modern dance complled by the class Drum Corps ap dance Old Mac tap dance Dob bm tap dance Waltz Comlng Around the Mountaln square dance Pop Goes the Weasel square dance and tumbl1ng done by the Junlor college students The accompanlsts were Margaret Rlce Mary Loxs Hoel and Joanne McPherron REV FRANCIS N WHITE pas tor of the Fxrst Presbytenan church dellvered the baccalaureate address to the senlors Sunday May 20 The serylce was held ln Blau' Hall -s U O O O . , . . 1 I . - 1 0 0 0 ' - - 1 . . . . 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I PAGE EIGHTEEN Places Second Joanne Berkstresser .aterhng Hlgh School senlor was recently Mo t Valuable Student contest has won the second DYIZE 1n the state contest The essay wlll be sent to the natlonal contest Joannes essay won second pr1ze ln the local essay contest held 1n March MEWIBFRS OF THE JUNIOR CLKSS walved a drlvers wrltten exam1nat1on bv takxng a safety drum course second semester Cer tlflcates yvon ln the course left only the load test and the eye test to be passed III fulfxlhng requuements for the coyeted drlyers hcense Jun U1 'ICIXISLIS taught the course v MINS ANGELA NIXROSTICA ytry capable person wlth a loycly detp yolce is Mr Pooles secretary Mlss 'tffuostlca 18 '1 raduate of Ihff IIIEIII School She attendel busmtss sthool lll Denyex Pxeyl ous to hcx employment ln Stcxlln Hlflll School she worked lll the County Clexlts offxce THE 1945 .lame Pronouncecl Best Play ln Years Janle presented by the Junlors on the mght of Aprll 20 ln Blatr Hall was the htt play of years ln Sterllng Hxgh School It was so judged by play goers on the counts of play content castlng and performance Janle by Bentham and W1l l1ams up to now ln tone dealt with the problems confrontlng teen agers and parents ln today s yvar world Whxle comedy predommat ed there were touches of the charm mg IIRIYEU? and 1ntr1ns1c sweetness of youth especlally ln the leadlng femlnlne role of Jame 1ntel1 gently and sympathetlcally mter preted by Mildred Hyblak Th level of performance was hlgh for all characters Extra commen datlon was mdlsputably earned by :cooper Nolan Leon Kautz Ber nadlne Dodd Lorena McKay and Elsbeth Colburn MISSY Grayston ed the play WhlCh was d1rected by Mrs Margaret Shambaugh asslsted by Joan Newman TIGER The 11st of characters and those assoc1ated wlth the productlon of the play follows Charles Colburn Elsbeth Colburn Lucllle Colburn Rodney John Van Brant Janle Colburn Bernadlne Dodd Paula Ramey ,cooper Nolan Thelma Lawrence Dxck Lawrence Henry Poos Mlssy Grayston Patr1c1a Beck Allen Maggard B111 Boyes Mxldred Hyblak Lorena McKay Kay Trultt Leon Kautz Pat Mahoney Ronald Good Tma Andy Frank Bud Bomberg Oscar Wtlhe Venohr Hortense Benmngton Mary Lou Walte Paula Slgl r Jack Groce Dead Pan Hacket Leonard Patten Joe Jerome J1mmy Sparks Carl Loomls Kent Reynolds Mlckey Malone Dean Todd Uncle PO0dgl6 Lester Patten Soldlers Harold Weber Jack Groce V1ctor Baltes Orm Marks Roy Larsen Rlchard Daniels Joe Ford Eugene Hurst Girls Vlrglnla Otzenberger 'VIHYIG ACTIVITIES Jensen Shlrley Wllllams Dorothy Cameron Annabelle Ramey Mar garet Rlce Beatrlce Johnson No na Wernsman V1rg1n1a Mlller Evalyn Hecker Frleda Luft Dlrector Mrs Margaret Sham baugh assxstant dlrector Joan Newman Stage Manager Adolph Larsen Property managers Don DICKIDSOH Victor Baltes Harold Weber Vlr gmxa Otzenberger Nona Werns man Tlcket commlttee Margaret Rlce Mane Jensen E alyn Hecker Ma ry Morgan Joanne Grauberger BUY BONDS The Seventh Wal Loan drlve 15 cheduled to beg1n sometlme May but as soon as school IS out many of you may not thmk to con tlnue buylng stamps and bonds Th1s vear a record of the pledges has not been kept and a decrease m the sale of bonds and stamps has been evldent so when the make up for lost t1me and contlnue buying even after the drlve has ended ,ai 'IHIHNPI XXN Back row left to rl ht 'Hrs sham baugh sponsor Pauline Haney Byron Ngnnenbprg Xl bert XS 1 ner Loren Pauling Ronald Good Jlmmy Nplrks Kenth Nhtteson front row left to right Henry Poos shlrley Hayden, Joan Newman, Phyllis Ness, Peggy Rasmussen lorena Nic-hay, Kay Trung, Gloria knight Rosemary Hassman Hmo Cook - as ' 77 ' , ' ' ' ' , C - V- I W 1 I - ' 1 ' , ' . - . 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ACTIVITIES THE 1945 TIGER PAGE NINETEEN 1 9 I ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Standln left to right Arlo Cook Don Walker Jlm Sparks Harold Weber Wamer Slice Duane Downs Mrs Shambaugh sponsor George Dalglelsh seated Mayreta Knight Emma Jo Palmer Thursday Nlht Dance Success Every Thursday night the young people of Sterling gather at the cxty auditorium for their weekly Jive session These dances are made possible bv the Recreation Commission which includes the following Mr Jack Mr OConnel1 Mrs O F Pierson Mrs Don Pomeroy Miss Ruth Scheck M1ss Louise Cronbaugh Mrs Margaret Shambaugh Mrs Dean Dowls and Mr Cecil Garrett To these people we say Thanks a million We appreciate it RED CROSS CLASSES CON TIINUED-During the second semes ter the first aid class met second period every Tuesday and Thursday It was under the dlrectlon of Har old Whyman This course mcluded the standard Red Cross course and the advanced course also During the first semester a nutri tion course was taught by Mrs Edna Games A trlp to the ice plant lo cal dairy grocery store was mclud ed during this course to teach the vxlue of knowledge of good prod ut Paulmg, Todd Community Concerts Glacomlm, Mltchell Presented Lead Classes At the begmnmg of the year offx cers were elected to be leaders ln the class activlties Each class call ed a special meeting to determine who the officers were to be This honor goes to the following stu dents SENIOR CLASS-Loren Pauling president Ila West vice presx dent Marge Setterberg secre tary Peggy Rasmussen treasurer JUNIOR CLASS-Dean Todd pres ident Walt Wernsman vice pres ldent Jack Groce secretary B111 Boyes treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS-Don Giaco mlm president Joanne Mont gomery vice president Mary Lois Hoel secretary Burr Potaf trea surer FRESHMAN CLASS-Jim Mitchell presldent Barbara Beebe vice presldent Gloria Wells secre tary Bettv Haas treasurer My Bonnie looked mto the gas tank My Bonnie lit matches to see If there was any gas in the tank Oh' Bring back my Bonnie to me Igor Corin baritone noted for his interpretation of Russian mu SIC appeared ln an evening con cert November 29 1944 as the first in the series of concert artists spon sored by the Nurtheastern Colorado GOIIHS pianist Carl Fuestner presented a group of Robert Schu manns numbers The remaining artists who were presented during the season were Mildred Dxllmg harplst who has toured every state m the Union and has visited Canada Mexico Cuba Hawaii the British Isles and Europ M1ss Dilling appeared at the City audltorlum on February 9 1945 Dorothy Maynor famed negro so prano appeared in an evening con cert on April 5 1945 As a soloist she has appeared with the New York Philharmonic Boston Phila delphla and Chicago symphony or chestras Miss Maynor IS probably most famous for her interpretation of the ana Depuis la Jour from Louise She has studied yoice with GOOD CITIZEN McBride Wms D A R Honor Charlene McBride Sterling High senior was elected the Good Citi zen for 1945 Thls honor IS glven every year to a hlgh school girl by the Elbridge Gerry chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution with Mrs G A Roe as chairman Girls receiving this honor in cent years are 1939-Norma Jean Smith 1940-Delores Hassman 1941 Jean Mane English 1942 Helen Krull 1943 Mary Tappy 1944-Elaine Foley 1945-Charlene McBride The Good C1t1zen who wlns the state award will receive from the national society of the D A R. a S100 bond in lxeu of the Washington D C pllgrimage of former years This pilgrimage has been dlscon tmued for the duratlon because of overcrowded condltlons ln Wash mgton The first and second state win n rs w1ll each recelye a S25 war bond from the Colorado D A R GITIS from other high schools in fCont1nued on Page Twenty! both Klamroth and Houghton New York City ' r ' 'U tv -, , , . ft 4 I . 4 f 2 . , ' ' A 1 I x W . I 14,11 M I ' L' , X X 'x ,ll J of I' ' a W3 2, f 1 R 4 Z - -f - A - ' 3, ' 2 , , ' . , ' ' - ' , - , . ' 3 1 ' , -- Y K Y i . . if O I O , . . . I I O U 1 1 1 1 3 - 1 . I 1 1 " . ' ' ' . . . . - 3 . ' ' , ' I , . - - I y ' ' ' re- . . Z ' I ' 1 1 Z MaCAdams, Judge J0SeDh A- Davis, . Community Concert association. 1 1938-Betty McKe1vey , , , . - V ' l - . , . Q s., , ' ' 1 -. , . - . - , , , . . . Y . . . . . ' - S. ' ' ' . . : . ' ' , . ' Q . -, ,S 1 1 - . N. ' Y ' s- ' Y" ' in ,tsl . ' . 4 ' I ' - ' V ' .' ' . PAGE THIRTY-TWO THE 1945 TIGER SPORTS Pep Club Presents Stunts, Programsg Aids School Spirit Eolstering school spirit and en- thusiasm at the games has been one of the activities of the girls' Pep Club throughout the year. In addi- tion to their work at the games, they have sponsored pep rallies, assem- blies, and staged exhibitions between halves at football and basketball gam s Also a new constitution was ciravtn up during the year The Pep Club has also supported the team at out of town games Several girls attended each game in other towns The annual pep rally was held this vear in the downtown district ush ering in the homecoming activities t although the traditional bonfire was not held afterwards l One of the outstanding assembly programs was the wedding cere mony between Sterling and Victory preceding the Fort Morgan game The annual club banquet was held at the Sterling Country Club pre ceding the Fort Morgan Sterling basketball game of March 2 Piloting the successful current tear were Miss Pope sponsor and Ila West Rosemary Hassman B11 he Cassell and Joanne Berkstres ser officers S Club Increases To Twenty seven The Club started the tear with ten lettermen Don Koenig, Rat Harris Orulle Harvey Keith Mxtteson Duane Dovtis Bill Schup pe Walt Wernsman John Brunner The club nova has '74 rnernber with the exception of Rat l'1ll'llN l.V'1lt Vvernsrnan ard Glen Cctt man who hate left to Join the scrx c At an election of officers Ru Harris was elected president Duane Doviis tice president Keith Matte son secretary and Dean Todd treasurer During the tear the club sold S ,icncils with the basketball and foot ball schedules printed on them PEP CLLB Left to nght front row Cheerleaders Helen Pomeroy Ronald Good Nona Vternsman Second row Chrrlee Cooper B llle Cassell Dora Hagemeler Shirley Hayden Rosemary Hassman MarJone Setterberg Dorothy Uhrig Rosella Mldbo Shirley Slice Pat OGrady Mane Chnstner Third row Margaret Rice Pat 'tlalroney Pauline Lechman Miss Pope sponsor Peggy Rasmussen lla West Gloria Knight Eula Rieke Iva Mae Harper Charlene McBride Phyllis Ness Fourth row Shirley Dick Dorothy Cameron Annabelle Ra mev Joan Newman Lorena McKav Alice Willis Paula Sigler Mane Jensen Mary Lou Waite Virginia Miller Betty Jo Dick Fifth row Emma Jo Palmer Shirley McIntyre Jov Johnson Virginia Williamson Mary Lois Hoel Mayretta Knight Lucille iapp Marvel Mae King Beatrice Welsh Joanne Croft Virginia Campbell Sixth row Kay Register Maryadelle Ramey Joan Montgomery Shirley Will ams Kav Truitt Evelyn Hecker 'iam bi gi as Li' R -uugbw ,np at N QLIB left to ri ht front ron Richard Dan els Iester Patten Hollis Jackson Don Glacomlnr Lirrx tternsman Bill Nchuppe Bob ttacldle Necond row trlo took Richard Nonnenberg., Jack Grocf' Byron Nonnenber John Brunner Dean Todd Leonlrd Patten 'Ihrrd row Coach Horde-n kcldre Ness Joe Flrnes Bill Boxes Robert C ldttbnlllll Bob Hall lester H rrrls Hume Downs Adolph Larsen :Not pictured ire tt llt tternsman Ray Harris Orulle Haney Don Koenig incl keith Nlattesonl o ' ' v . 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SPORTS THE 1940 TIGER PAGE THIRTY THREE M GA.A Left to nght front row Mxldred Carngan Ora Farrell Rosella Hubbell Joan McPherron Joyce Whxte Lorralne Lxtch Barbara Beebe Inez Carngan Beverly Hller Oma Dunn 'Vlanlyn Kaepemlk Vlrglma Shzcwskl Second row Betty Wardnp Betty Haas Bessle Belle Blankenbeckler Mar3one Wagner Barbara Murray Marvel Kung Vnrgmna Campbell Delores Mxller Lucllle Yapp Shirley Mclntyre Delores Shonka Barbara McKmght Allce Wnlhs Mlss Cronbaugh sponsor Thlrd row Beatnce Johnson Vxrgmla Muller Jean Astell Dons Dagley Ruth Rhine Lorrame Wagner Shlrley Gnllesple Mmldred Hyblak Nona Wernsman Qhxrley Wllllams Evalyn Hecker Kay Trultt Paula Slgler Back row Jeanette Bailey Pat 'Vlahoney Jane Vhlllamson Helen Pomeroy Mary Lols Hoel Dons Ramey Frieda Luft Joy Mldbo Beatnce Welsh Bettv Cochran Francls Scott Joanne Berkstresser Marie Chrlstner Corlee Munson and Wllla Dean Blankenbeckler Vlctory Klds Vlctory Kxds Cop Glrls 1945 AWOL Basketball Trophy On the female basketball front "llS season the flashy Vlctory Kxds a team composed of all semor glrls counted out all other teams and captured the 1945 glrls basketball trophy Fmal wlctorx was galned by these Klds when they nosed out the Gr1 mes Gremlms a sophomore sextette Three teams-Grlmew Gremlms Blackouts and AWOL were t1ed for second place but a plas off found the Grlmey Gremlms talclng second top honors The wlnmng squad was composed f Joanne Berkstresser Marle Chrlstner Glorla Knlght Eula Rle ke Peggy Rasmussen and Marjorle Setterberg Mlss Cronbaugh and Mrs Fa1r chxld supervlsed these games each Thursday nlght after school Team Won Lost Kannonball Klds Carr1gans Hotshots Tlgerettes thelr opponents m volleyball and walked off wlth the volleyball cham plonshlp The Victory K1dS also downed Buy a Bond Now The teams competmg for the bas VICTOR! KIDs Left to nght front row Glorla Kmght Peggv Rasmussen 'Vlane Chrlstner Back row W V , an f R 1 K ,V ,MQ 1 A Mn , .lik 4' A ,, ' 1 J 5 2 Z J Z . Q G I ., I 7' N ' , ' . . I ' ......... 3 4 X ' ' h ' ' ............. 7 0 l ' ................. 2 5 ' - ' ' ......... 7 2 J ................. 1 6 ' ' . Q ' L ' . .... ..,............. 6 3 ' ................ 0 '1 E ii- Q ........ ,.... . , . 5 3 ' ' A " .' - l fl Ll I L' ' I , W 3 qv V ' v ' I N x A .' ' ' X I ' 1 ' Q ,V . ' A v .-ij, , , v' ' v A 5 I 0 , a , f . ' . . A - ,f ' I u . . 3 A Q.. is . l . - if HW,-Y' ketball ChamDi0UShiD Wefei I Marjorie Setterberg, Joanne Berkstresser, Eula Rieke. PAGE TWENTY IWO Shlrley Hayden ls Year s Argus Edltor The -Xigus staff u11de1 the suptr YISIOII of Mrs Zlllqh Fuid ltfli 11 en the students sexen sis page is sues of the school paper Shirle-1 Has den hots been edlttn P11 OG121 dx the busintss 111111'1t,t1 ftiid El sie Jtrnberf lit 1d t111st is is It st f 1 xoars th'1t the st1ff h'1s put out '1 paper 111 April T110 p'1pe1s mme is sued 111 April The Argus hfts III troduced st1e1f1l ntvt tmtuie '11t1 ces O t was duuttd to W1f1s Wm 111 the Slllltll C s The AI,:',LIN vt ts I6lJlf.St!lltCl tt Tht Ad1oc'1tt DY P11 OC1f1d1 S111 has mfide suie tht '1sst111bl1 13102181118 and special '11111ou11ct111e11ts veit at The Adxocate offlce O11 tune At the end of tl e f11st SEXHQSIQI we lost ftnux of out staff Ill0I'IllJPIH Jowe H'iI11Lll Phxlhs Ness J11111 Berkstressti 111d Chaxles Sl17t11 ski but wt gained foul new llltlll s '11 lJep,11111111g of the sec orc: stnitstu These xxeie Petmx P'ts11111 fll Shixke Coopti 'I'11 1010 Qttt 11110 'md R1Cl1'1ld 1111 nenbett Future homemakers Ur der Miss Opal Wolfe The "ut All PKJIIIKIIIRROIN Club C11 tht ll tif N11 s O o ft s 1 f tbl 1 DI C11 I 1111111 xit 111111 if 111 1111 ls I1 s It 1 11111 s K1 1 1 1 H111111 Ft1111111111ts Club Ill! 111111 ls 11111 1111 t IN cl rhih 1111111 s 1 1 11111111 1 lNl1X11t 111 lVXlIl 1lll 1 1 11 Ill lo l 111 I1 it ll 1 Y 1 'T 11111 THE F40 TIGER ORGANIZATIONS Mfg -"I" XRCIN NTAI-F Ntindlng hack rms loft to ri' ht Nlrs lill th Ford snonsor WIRFIOII Johnson CL11 Nlont omerx Richard Nunnenberg Helen Henn Joxn Nlmt 11mc1r1 setmld ram left to rlght Hsle NI.u1Jt1rnber., Pe 9,1 Rasmussen Nhirlee iooper Nl1r311r1e sctterbcr lfllllf' C1ssell shirlex Hasden Standing Ramah Plper 'md Patss 0 Grftds Wil- Xl klxPKN ill!! 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ORGANIZATIONS THE 1940 TIGER THESPIANS Left to rlght Henrv Poos Mrs Shambaugh sponsor Shlrley Hayden Pauline Haney Joanne Newman Phwllls Ness Bvron Sonnenberg Pe gy Rasmussen Rlchard Sonnenberg Lorena 'VIcKav Al bert Wabner Kas Trultt Loren Paulmg Glona Km ht Ronald Good Rosemary Hassman Jlmmw Sparks Elmo Cook and Keith Matteson SPANISH CLIB Ntandm left to r1,,ht Nlrs Ford sponsor ldn.1 Hansen Bob Nlusll Eddie Ness Elsle Jernber Beth Fc-sms seated Nlarxe Chrlstner Barbara Nlurraw PAGE TWENTY THREE Hassman Is Presudent Thesplan Group texhnt ttoupe No 81 of 'v1tr111al TIIPHIJIBIIK Drarn'at1t Soclttx 1 honomrx souctn for recog.n1t1r1n of ltaderslnn and DIOAICKIICX n spctch ?iCl1KlI1f:9 Nltmberslnp 19 awarded t the student who has earned 10 pfunts th1oug,h D3lIlC1D3llOll lll dl'iIll"1llC 1ct1x1t1es sponsored bs S H S Or dlnaltlx bt the end rf the Junwr tear a stu ent ma 1fh1exe this Qoxetcd l'YlCIT1bGlSll1D 'Vlrs Vlargaret Shambaugh 1s tht tux capable sponsor of txoupt Nu Roscrnau Hassmm mas tlmcttd JIESIGSIII of the C trllng, I1 1 Q hool Thesplans 111 tht faxlt fall Loren Pauhng vxas clttted Uce presldent Ras Harrls secletary and Paulme Hanes treasurer Chrlstner Es Presidente Del Club Qpamsh Club members elected Mane Chrlstner as presldent and Bob Musxl as secretary treasurer at the flrst of then' vueeklw meetmgs October 17 was a gala mght for the members of El Club Espanol Splced spaghettl gxeen salad and hot rolls protxded ample nourxsh ment Mrs Tom 'vloorc guest Slllg er from Flemlng enteltamed vuth songs of her clnldhood among, thtm Carmen Cara Mla Another soclal event took plme lll the Home EC department No xember 16 The memblrs pulled ttf fx and plat ed games On December 22 the Qpamslt ur sxon of Holt Nlglll Sllent Nlglll and O Come All Ye Fanhful was sung, bes1de the tradmonfxl Cllllbl mas tree Durmg the xxeeklx tegulat meet mgs of the club consersf1t1on'1l 131210116 vtas enjoted Some tlrne nas spent hstentng to Il'lllSCllD Tlillli 111 QDHIIISII and to Spanlsh llll1SlC Detatled sclapbooks from Qeeotm :pam and the Plnllppxnes une mstluctlon and llllll96lllPlll N16 xlco s lll9IOIX and customs xxele lnxestllatcd The Club 'wa pon med ox 'Vlls Ztllah Ford Z . :J A' 4 ' . . . . 1 ' .' 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' ' .1 Q. 1 . 1 - - 1 - f' -,., -,, . 1 . . f . . - ' 1- 'rss s'- "- 'ff' vii' -X ., ww X' A 4-f L4 5 PAGE TWENTY FOUR THE 1940 TIGER ORGANIZATIONS F F A Presldent Rlchard Sonnenberg The follomng students serxed as FF A off1cers durlng the past tear Rlchard Sonnenberg pres1dent EX erett Duncan xxce pres1dent Don ald Klnne secretart Lxnn Cun nmgham treasurer B111 Gr1mm re porter and Donald Welsh watch dog Earls last fall they had the cus tomarx 1n1t1at1on of nev- members Dale Halses and Ewerett Duncan are dl5lIlCI and local offlcers The tvso went to Denter to at tend the Stock Show and the FFA tonxentxon 1e FFA 1 fue dollals tc the Red Cross Thex also IJUICIIRS ed mo wax bonds NUUIINUI Berkstresser Succeeds ICont1nued from page 211 CICCS downtow I1 It was dec1ded that the money collected from these to ken was to be gnen to the Red Cross Over 65000 tokens or S103 were collected The Student Councll has taken up the task of composmg a new student handbook Th1S book con ta1ns the school const1tut1on the bt laws the currlculum xnforma t1on concernxng the facultx and oth er thmgs useful to the students Art Club Does Portralts, Stlll llfeS The Art Club vias started 1n Ste1 hng H1gh at the begmnmg of Ih1S Near The purpose of th1s club IS to m 1ke ll posslble for students to x nt 111 than lelsure tnne IS cspecullx fill the stude11ts who 'ne 1nte1ested 111 are but cannot take II is '1 xtgular subgect The club ls nude up of tvselwe xnembus and 1s sponsored bx MISS Margaxet Pope The t1me 19 spent studunf about nts and crafts dfllllg le'1tl1e1 1k ll ll s lnc st1l d1 ws 1llL.N 1notl1t1 l '1 Iothtr ll dldlll 1 s fore he tlosed the doo1 I hea1d lnm ax lllsl one A 1 ,ar gpg...- it-N ART CLIB-'Vlembers left to rlght Lee Tavlor Lowell Sonnenberg Ronald Jensen Donna Schroeder Rubs Wohce Lorrame Delgado Jean Wan Dusen Mlss Pope sponsor Dean Brown Don Maxwell Betty Hum phrew FF X Back row, left to nght Bob Parsons, Albert Hurlw, larl Garretson Harmon Hurst, Kenneth Kilim X1-IUFWU Diffs Im' mulm Npanjer Bernard Nlason Niarun Tanner Xlfred I hrlz mlddle row Fdvun Nhller. Don Kestler Leo Korman lfffff th' Udln Ruhxrd Nennenberg Lxnn tunnlngham Harold Lsman George Kulbe Dan skalla, sponsor tront row Rob IMH1 Pdulluu N" WU t " lm ert Grams Paul Lessls Ruh 1rd I nreln Dale Il.1lsex Ronald Garretson Karl C hrlstensen Don Prltzler Duane wi u em, . . . . . O' 7 'T '-W" ' H . . . .u izl K G . .1 . ' . ' .' ' 1 v ,. . 1 - 11.,,V f l 5 . ' V -- - , 'i :- - . I A b - . ' iz A I I 1 3. , 'fl ' ' . . 2 V ' M , , L2 J 4 E I , Ns. er w v 5- -sf ' ' 1 W ' ' .M 1 1' fn. . . , - if Q X . . . A , Tl . . . gt ve ' f g W AW V ' "' ' V r V M12 Dan Skallu served as club l --1. . xx, 'mn i 1 v v v . A , -1-T -.A . V - , ,V V I 1 I r V v I v -' l v A V 1 ' . . . studj 2 ' ' ' . It I Q - A 'Q - L . '1 ' as . 'ij Q ' . , A . , . . , . . . 1 V . , W Wo". pol' 'z 'tg 1 i .' ' 1 life '2 '- But. 1e left .t ten. IM fx No l 1 ' ' 1 ,nxt be- . V. , , . - L if W if f ORGANIZATIONS THE 1943 TIGER MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Back row left to right Dal Maxwell Keith Matteson Don Hoskins Keith Ell d e Mr Glbbs sponsor mlddle row Betty Backrldge Marvadelle Ramey Iva 'VIae Harper Betty Jo D1 k Qhxrley WlllI3mS Annabelle Ramey Francls Scott front row Bob 'VIusll Raymond Qtemmlller B1llMverS lf' ma? 14? STLDENT COINCIL PROGRAM Readlng from left to right Bob Hall Lucille Xann Jerrs Nlorrls Joan Berkstresser Bruce Chaffee Don Dlacomml Bob WIDTH 'llarle Chrnstner Jack Groce and Richard Daruels PAGE TWENTY FIVE Management Group Checks Hall TfafflC During Class Sesslons Y noel the cllrectlon of Nix bun c Gtbo the management COITIHIIIICC FUSICCI ltself vnth the sa'etx ptob l m of our s hool mth the con tant checkmg of hall traffxc dur ng classes I Vlax I see tour pass mth the busmess of traffxc h1ghuax s1gns and the plaxmg of the rad1o phonograph at the noon perlod The commxttee has also befn tn chatge of the mouc projector dur 111 tts use ln asscmbllcs Colorful Capers Characterlze S H S Assemblles Varletx and punch characterlzed the type of assemblx offered bs the commlttee durmg the current xear The peak assemblv of the year was the annual Christmas program gtven by the a cappella cholr under the dlrectlon of Mrs Eva Musll and the choral speakxng choxr un der the dlrectlon of Mrs Margaret Shambaugh The vartous advlsorw groups con tr1buted mam worthvuhlle pro grams One of the most beautlful was the Valentlne program star rmg lovely Peggx Rasmussen as Queen of Hearts Thls program was put on bx Mrs Shambaughs ad usorw group Freshman 1n1t1at1on assemblx was a rlot of fun The Pep Club COllU'lbUt6d mth sexeral hllarlous programs featurmg the Hassman Harden palr ln svuft vuse cracks Interestlng speakers mcluded Lleutenant Chrlstensen Staff Ser geant Pence Prnate F1rst Class Harold R,e1tz Captatn Strathdee Father Verschraeghen Mr R R Knowles Mr Anderson and Dr Axlmg Manx fllms were shown Among he most popular was Walt DISIIGX s South of the Border m tcchnt color Artxst numbers espectally cnJox ed were the Mlsner plaxers ple entatlon of Joan of Arc Mrs Ethel Ramsex and her tralned ca narles 'md Morton the 'vlaglcun The assemblx commlttee vxls un der the d1I'6CIlOll of the Xerx caplble Vlrs Mar alet Shambaugh 0 . . ..'.." 1 ' -' .'."'E1' ' Q Q l . 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A 1, . - v , , . 5, . , , . - A ro - PAGE IVVENTY-SIX 'I'Hl:I l9-15 Band Makes Real Musicg Much In Demand During Year Sterling instrumental music or- ganizations finished the year. 1944- 19-13. with much success. At the an- nual music festival held at Fort Morgan. April 24. the band was giy- en za rating of two plus by three judges, The numbers presented at that time were "Kniglitsbridge NI:prc-li." "March Slayc 1," and Rich- ard III Overture. Solos and en- st-inbles were given high ratings. Alrliougli tlie band consists of only 48 iiieiiilaeis it has iinproyecl yi-ij niucli during the past year. This iniprozeinent was made due to the f'1ll'lll'SI efforts of Mr. Ralph Yoh.-. Sterling instrumental music Sl1l'ml".'lK1ral'. Tn bind played for 'all football nd ba l-tttball games It present t l tvso 1 stnibly programs and lent sionu to the Pep Club assemblies It played for political rallies the Arin tice Day program and bond diites On May 11 a concert was giyen at the City Aditorium Among the pieces played were Bad Boy Boo me Woogie and March Slave Solos and ensembles were played Pllxw. HONEYS OF HARMONY "Listen To 'Em Roar" was intro- tiueed by the Pep Club trio. at il Pep Club Assembly program last tall. The trio. composed of Peggy llzwiiuissviii. Charlene McBride and Ilaa Vfest. made several appearances. "Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby '." was popular. Kay Kyser fAl Wagner' introduced them as lllf' "Honeys of Harmony" when they sang "Candy" on his program on ,senior day. Committee Gives Five Socials Frye night socials concluded by the Sadie Havskins dance were gn en the students by the efforts of the Social Committee With Mrs Winifred Richardson as sponsor Shirlee Cooper served as president and Joanne Croft as sec retary The committee was com posed of representatiyes from each 'adyisory group TIGER ORGANIZATIONS " 2- Vfe -T SOCIAL COMMITTEE Back row left to nght Richard Webster Jack Woodward Kent Revnolds maddle row left to nght Joan Mont homers Helen Pomerov 'Vllldred Hwbaak Sharlee Cooper Rosemary Hass man Nlrs Richardson sponsor front row left to right Joanne Croft Nlona Wernsman Joyce White 'Vlaldred Carngan B XXII Iront ross left to ra ht Join Nlont.,omerx leon lxautr hem hnens hay Re ister Bob hroyes Donna Harnash Russell qgllmdn lion Ntean Donna Nleahim Halen Pomeroy suoncl row 'Annabelle Ramey ll 1nd.a Nluncraef Barbara Niyers Pete fetsell Don Giuomlna John lhllaunson lluad I latlain In anette Bailey Joe Rich irds lee Taylor Shirley Nine Ruharrl Quinn lam sparks third rows Dorrcen Dunn 'lhldred lhhaak Iutzr Patten Patty Rash lharles Hdrecl Pauli 51 ler Les ll.arras kenneth lle.ad Beitrne lohnson lloyd llessenfloya John llllfl Nlaryndellr R maey Bender Gillespie lionxrd Patten keith Nldtteson Oryille Nlyers Ramhard Iliniels lxsnt Runolds ihdrles Robertson and Nlr X ohc 1, . , . . , O I . . .5 . . 1' "2 2 - ., . . , f 't 257' ,. . , . 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' 'I , 1. , ORGANIZATIONS THE 1945 TIGER PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN CHOIR Buk row left to rl ht Orln Nlarks I-lmo took Iowell sonnenberg, Arlo iook B1IlGr1mm Iouell NIcWl.1hon Jlmmx sparks Ronald Good Orulle Nhers Ruhird sonnenber Wlarun Buckles Gene Gnens Robert Dans Bob ll.1ll Rodnex Vhllmms Chlrles NIcR.u Adolph Lar sen muldle rovs left to rlght Io'1nne iroft 'Klan Lols lloel Patrlua Beck Joannz Grauberger Rosella Nlulbo -Xudrex Blgg Irma Lrlckson Dorothw I-strelch Beth Ruth Hardrlp Dons Ruth Green lla West Charlene NIcBr1de Joan Nlont omerw slurles Xhllmms Joanne Berkstresser Pat Close Harmon Johnson IOUISC Duncan Xlolette Gabel Kay Register front row left to night Dorothx Olander Ylrglnla Nhller Vlartha Smart Phsllls Ness Iva 'Nlae Harper Dora Hagemeler Peggy Rasmussen Eula Rxeke Jane sflllli-IIIISSOH Nirs NIus1l dlrector Nlargaret Rlce Doro thx Cameron Paula slgler I-walwn lleckcr Lorena NIcKaw Joanne Newman Patr1c1a Rask hrgmla Otzenberger sh1rlew llawden GIRLs sl- XTLTTF Left to r1 ht Isa Nlae Harper Irma Erlckson Kharlene NIcBr1de Ila Nest Pat flose Peg s Rasmussen A Cappella Chou' GIVCS Nme Concerts Yvllll 58 members the a cappella ChOlI' tops all c11o1r n1embers111p records 111 S H S NI111e be1u11f111 COIICQYIS were gn C11 111 1110 111011 1111de1 the compe 1e111 d11ec11o11 of Vlrs EV1 M1181 F1101 111cl11d1d The T11f111ks 1 111 Ilfl fc11 1116 Fedemtnd Tcf1c11ers 11 1 111 Co11111x T110 11Qd111f111f1 Cl llsllllls cc111ce11 fo1lf1111d 111 111+ 1 '1 SJIII1 011106 1111 vs 1cl1111ss1o11 was c1111 Ld 111 116113 df f11x expanses 111c11cl1111 11111111 1111 111111111 1 1 c 1111 1 a1d1111 1111111 C1111 1 S1 1101 1111111 '111c1 '111 E1s1e1 1111 use c1x1ce 11 1116 C111 111d11or111111 111 111e 'lI1l111"l1 sllllllff c11o1r C011 ce11 1119 CIIOII presented 11umbe1 111211 1111Gec1 from 111e NIOZHII 1JE11OC1 10 1110 n1oder11 popular n1us1c of to dau exe111p11f1ed lll the populqr lec11o11 O1s111101'I13 The .1 cippella c11o1r lent ll , por' 10 1119 se11or paeeant of N11 Nl C1o11111uf11 Du 1111 1 11 1 111111910 -31106 VS1ll1 No 1 111ere 1 1119 11109 1 ' T 1 . - 'U . 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C112 PAGE IWEINTY-EIGHT THE 1945 TIGER ORGANIZATIONS Chorus Makes Hit With Singing School Assembly Program Chorus members. numbering thir- tv'-four. and directed by Mrs. Eva Musil. gave one of the most amus- ing assembly programs of the vear on March 2: "Mr. Jollv's Singing School," In addition to the above hour- length program, chorus members contributed solidly to the programs given by the a cappella choir on the occasion of Thanksgiving. Novem- ber 21 of Christmas December 22 and of Mothers Dav 'Vlav ll Square Dance Club Enrolls Most Students, Bridge Club Second Clubs not pictured in this sec tion include the Square Dance Club vvith Club Club Club darv Club with 10 members and the Bridffe Club with 45 members C'ubs met throughout the vear mth the exception of the last nrne vveeks They were discontinued during the fourth quarter due to thf nr rnv activities attendant upon th closing of the school vear 114 members the Rockhound with 16 members the Rifle with 23 members the Chess with 18 members the Lapr Senior Sextette Gives 14 Performances The girls sextette have had a most enjovable vear singing under the direction of Mrs Eva Musrl Some of the most popular num bers sung bv the group vvere Ave Maria Brovvn Bird Singing Svveet and Lovelv and The Li lac Tree The high light of the vear vvas a trip to Denver vvherf thev sang it the Yotter Fairchild vvedding Fourteen performances vvere grv in bv this group including their participation in tht music festival vvl rch vvas held at Fort Morgan NTI DI NTS DIXR1 1 ll n xtusid rbssncm I Ilt so 4 rs: 1 ik srgnrt vvhoop vrn 'volvt Journi Y l CHORLS Back rovv left to right 'VIar1lvn Kaepcrmk Lorraine Lltch Jim Mitchell Eddie Ness Leon Kautz Donald Hoskins Gene Hurst Bill Smart Bob 'Vlmsvl Geor,e Dal lexsh Bill Myers Lucille Yapp Vonda Glllham middle row Mrs Musil Shirley Elsenach Mildred Carrlgan Ora Farrell Barbara Beebe Edna Han sen Martha Grams Carol Plttll'lgt0Il bottom row Ba bara Murrav Joan 'VIcPherron Rosella Hubbell Oma Dunn Beatrice Welsh Lois Adams Joy Johnson Betty Innes NOT IN PILTI Rh Dorothv Blair Bettv ulea son Virginia Glrardi Genevrla Hoover Marlys McDowell Ardvs Wemer Gloria Wells Lowell Richards Frieda Luft Joe Ford Bob Giacommi Verda Mclielghan Jerrv Morris Emma Jo Palmer Ford, Kautz, Mitchell, l Lamb and Lyon Are S H S Top Five Scouts Sterling district Scout circus held in Blair Hall Februarv 12 perform ed before a record breaking audi ence Rev Francis N White vvas the speaker of the evening He gave a short talk on the Bov Scout motto Be Prepared Demonstrations of Bov Scout skills made bv both Cub and senior Scouts vvtre given vvrth utmost effrcrencv and zeal High school students of rank par titrpatrng in the various dtmonstra tions vvere Brllv 'vlvers George Dal lersh and Ronald Jensen all sec ond clrss scouts Richard Hollo vvav and Bob 'VIus1l first clrss rank Robe rt Lamb Jrrn 'Vlrtchcll ind Jrclv Lvon stir rank Lion Kautz Joe Ford rift Sun s ll C rr 1 l S TVX 'l Nil i rvv lo i t v I-v ne H v Nllxs JOXL L H-KRRAC H It vvas vvrth a thrill of pride that students he ird Mrs Margaret Sham baugh rnakt th anouncement re garding Jovtt Harrachs prizt vvrn i em Ot Turn vu R I 4 Il It lNN1llli llrmll All t rm rl rmbrtron vvrr r :rt r v 4 t Som Portraits of Students Attract Attention Several attractive art exhibits vvere made in the librarv the second term The exhibit featuring portraits of the students done bv Miss Margaret Popes art pupils attracted possiblv most attention Some of the more notevv orthv portraits vvere of Ramah Piper bv Shrrl v Slice Mrs Rich ardson bv Bettv Humphrev Marv adelle Ramev bv Allen Maggard Hector and Louis Rmaldo bv Phil Rrnaldo Janice Richardson and Don Yoder bv Miss Margaret Pope Clemence Dane English novelist and plavvvrrght vvas born Wrnfred Ashton and took her pseudonvrn from the famous church f St Cltments Dim rn London Rebecci Vvtst vvvs born Crcrlv Isibcllt Fairchild rn Countv Kcrrv r rin: ls sv sv W v shin rslno s v Chr v e N irc rrrc Monte it rks I c -'. 1 5' . . . . . 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W1-4 N! -,mr 'F' "zz tio grl Hloh SL-13 .4 pm,U.5x. any ,i - rrmr a he' X or b. 1-nl vhrle xh- U- el" , ' 1 . ' Nat it of zrlir rnli ' "Nm Lin ' W' lm mf' Sum"- NTMH' "H 1 1" J' -' Il is Sf U H' -1 In Cllll' Ill rrcltlltiurr In pm-1r'j.', Jr p' -- vvritt-5 "N ' "' -----W lf "W "1 US M1111-1 WU ellwlllfi llltllllrlllllf -ill J v tearturt- :tr rel:-s and her part t uit her' artrc-les vvert- lrerrcilrrrc-cl 'A 'hi tk E X lad rr 't- 5 J 1 ure. ts H s. Hr ' ru In you int -nd to 1 ' 1, U, '-'11 ,Cul 1,1 W, Hag, - ' in Fi, utr- .Sag 1- ldnx ml" 'L - wrt? Sh- v 'as it rnenrber' ul' th- Argus 1111154 T1 1,1 - j, I 5 .- . FI' N 'rs ' al. Lf-otu 31 't-ns: "Hu - and lllf ' start tht- trrsr sm-rn ,ste-r F sr or Sl Aa' '. front l1'av'eri" ORGANIZATIONS THE 1945 TIGER B018 QL ARTETTI-. Left to right Elmo Cook Arlo Look Jerrs Niorrls Bob Hall Carve Dat Possum ls Quartette Hut The boxs qualtette under t11e dl rectlon of 'VIrs Exa Mus11 made f1 111111 of sexenteen appearances I1'11Q xear Thelr 1111 songs were Cane Dat Possum BY the L1gh1 of the S111er1 Moon Lets Brmg N111 G111r1 to Old G11111 and T11e Sul T11e QUWIICTIF 111'1det11ree a DG'1I'i11CCS 111 f1sse111b11 Other ap DCdI'111CfN 11111 L11111s S1p1e111b11 H 111111 15 111 H111 Oct11 1 1 1 C11111111 111111111ss1111111s S 11111 s C 111 1 .J1111111111 111111 11111111 111111 1111 s1s1t1 111 11111 1111111 1111PI1C be k1nc1 11111 11e1p1111 111 11t11e1s VS IX C111 11111 SIX 111119 111811111111 C1 18 ed Bec'111s1 111111111 J1I11I11X 111.1 I sf111 J111111111 D11111111., '1 11111 IE e 11111 s '1 11's XR 1s s1111111 111111 111 11 chan 111211 T111 t1c1ch11 sat 1111 1111 f1OOI and 1111111 he f11t up 11e N1J1111s. ed 1116 for 13111111117 the c11'11r 11111 Then 'il recess J111111111 1111 me f11r 1111e1fe1111' T111J.111 Nuxs December 6 Rewlevners Club D cember 16 Rotarx December 20 Cub Vleetlng Junlur h1g11 December 71 Eastern Star Decen1ber 21 ra C111 Januars 4 Farm P111duct11111 111I1C11COI1 Presbxtermn church Jan 1 1 7 Cllb Pr11tgra111 Bapt1st C11L1lC11 1111111111 F1 2111141111 Cchool J11111ar1 16 S'1d1e HIXXKIIIS 'N 1 4 R11t111 NIM 9 GITIS Trxo Makes Twelve Appearances 1111111 11111 W 1111 I1S11111K KE 1 1111 111 1 1 1111 JN 1 41 1 Cl 11111111 111 'NI1s F11 N11 1 s s 1 1 111L1 11111s 111111111 1 11.1 111111111111 1ss1111b11 111111 111112 F1 1111-.1111 s11111111 1 11 FIIIINIS U111l111 11161 1 11111118 111111111 1 1,c11111f1t11111s 11 p11I1111111n s 1 1s 1111111111 c 111 XIIIX 1 s 11 s 1 1 X11'1I111 Ca111p1 1111111 51111111111 11111 J1ne VN11111111 s 1 111 1 1111 s ,1'11111111e 11 11' H Sc1111111 'he PAGE I WENTY-NINE ENGLISH II CONTRIBLTES ARTICLES T0 ARGES XICIHDETS 111' 'wirs Zi11a11 Ford' s11p111111111re Enahsh class 1111111 sub stc111t1a' 1r111tr1but11111s 111 se1er11 1 sucs of 1111 1944 451 Argus Niar L111s H1111 mote The Acts 1 Gf11 d1111cks P11 111s Cr11erde11 T11 Tale 111 Three Bears and a Nc1uff1 Nkan L11 C1211 who Decen ed T11e111 Ja11e VS1111arns1111 Dauszhter of D1c11 I Housebreaker and CTINIODEI1 Colon P1re Robert Lamb T1 Latest Report of the T1mbe1 T1 tler 1nd Ra 111111111 Parsons Cae sa s II I0sT N0 TI KCI R 111 4 11 111111 T11 sanf 111 s T 1 1 f1XK1 1 N ll 11111 11 S 11 1111111 1 111 'I1s B11 1 11 1 111 L11 1 ss Opal Vk111I1 1111111 1 11 nomlcs Mr Herbert B11 '111 111s torx Mrs Z111a11 F1111 S111r' W GIRIN IRIO left to r1.,ht N ITN L111s Hoel Xxralnm Campbell and J me H 11111 mson - ' .- . 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', As, .,.v 1 1 1 .. .K tl I PAGE THIRTY THE 1945 TIGER SPORTS FOOTBALL TEAM Left to right front row Eddie Ness Don Glacomml Kelth Matteson Don Koenlg John Brunner Duane Downs Larry Wemsman Dean Todd Orvllle Harvey Manager Byron Sonnenberg Back row Asslstant Coach Dan Skalla Supenntendent Knowles Bob Hall Holhs Jackson Joe Bames Leonard Patten Adolph Larsen Ray Harr1s,R1chard Damels Les Harrns Jack Groce B111 Boves Rlchard Sonnenberg Lester Patten and Coach 'Hansel Worden The Sterhng Eleven Wlns Conference Gnd Crown The Tlger gr1dmen enjoxed the most successful football season thxs xear over a several years perlod of t1me Thex won s111 games lost one and t1ed one as a result of thlS grld score the eleven went to the seml fmals of tl1e state plaxoff for the 1944 4a football crown OIJPlllIlf., tl1e season w1th some 11111 11f state COHHJCIIIIOII tl1e Tlgers jOl1IllCXPd to Sldllivx Nebraska and 11111d thelr stason off Vkllll a bam. The boxs w lllxtd off Vkllll a 24 to 0 11111111 N xt 1 1116 T1gers sche 116 lllf AllllllCC 1Ntb1 1ska YXlllCll was f s th s 111111 s lf K1 111 1 lt 1111 lt d 1 T fl lll 111 tll th l inte play the T1gers slaughtered the Brush Beetdlggers to the tune of 39 to 0 The most exc1t1ng game of the season seen Oll the local f1e1d was the annual homecommg game w1th Fort Morgan The Orange and Black featured a heaxx aerxal bombard ment a11d 1 fast tunnmg attack whlch the Ma1oo11 couldnt equal The Moxgan eluen fought gamelx but tl1e 'Tlgers were not to be pushed back The flnal cou11t was 1:1 to 13 111111 tl1e T11 els holdmg tl1e shm lead O11t1 af llll Illl TILPI tlexen took B111s B 1. s and 111 111 cl 1 1 st lllf s 1 1 1 1 lL1ls 111 F1 1 1 11111 1 11 T111 1 11 f 1-111 l czpcnse of the Tigers 1n the Seml f1na1s of the state playoffs The tl111ller of the dav came when Les tel Harr1s a sophomore caught the ball on a lxlCk0ff and ran 84 yards to make Sterlmgs one and only 1o1c'1down The f1na1 count stood LC111 mont Sterl1ng SIX of tlc elexen played the1r last lugh chool football game ln the flnal game of the season Wlth Longmont The su-1 who graduate and w1ll 1101 answer the coach s call next xear are Don Koenlg Duane DYJVXIS Lallt Wernsman B111 SCIHIIJIJE' Kelth Matteson Rax Har I' S The team of 1943 46 should do xer well fo1 1tself because there are sexelal lettermen who w1ll be re 11111t111g for 11ract1ce next xear T111 11111a1111111, fue of the elexen are R11l111d D'lI1lll9 D1 111 Todd Don 111111111111 A11111l1 I..llNlll J1111 11111111 II l 1111111111 ll N1 ll S 1 H1111 16 ll1lll"l 131111 C 111111 1 111 111 llll X111 1 1 lll Tlgers Place SIX Players On All Conference The football coaches of the North eastern Conference plcked an all conference football team for 1945 nammg S171 of the eleven from the Sterlmg T1gers star studded team Three Fort Morgan boys were se lected a11d two from BlLlSll were chosen The tabulat1o11 1esulted lll tl1e fol low111g all conference team R11,l1t End Gl'lCOI'll1lll Qtethng., Rlglll Tackle McClanahan Morga11 Rlght Guard KOGIIIQ Sterlmg, Ce11te1 Vondt Brush 'V.lOlf.,l1l St11l111 M11 111 St11l111 St11l111 Left G11 1rd Nlaxcs L.1ft Ta1kl1 VS. 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M111'u1111, 1 ld. 1111111111 111111 1' 11-11 tht-jr 1111' 1111 1111151 21.111-tl 111 1'111111'1'1111111f 11l11jv 11111 1 ' "Be -1 s1- 1.111 wild. 511- '1Q11g, 1'1'11111Hf1 ""'1"U Ulm Chiilkml ul' 'l'1..11's 111111 Ill' riuht 111 1'11111111-11- 111 1'1-s1l1-ss 111111 l'I? 1 lc?" 'Iii " -s-M1 -s1111. 1,1 fl u. 111111 1 ?' Y" 13 V111 'Q1 s111r1- 11l111'111Is . 1 11-' "No l1--1'1111s11 you 11k1' H1 . 111. Bruslp 11111 llllll 11111 N11-111111151-:'11 1-111111 r- 111.1-1.11111 111111 ll 1:1-111 1E.1'.' 11t the- 111 1 si ' .C-1, - 1. - ,V , 1,1 .. -1 .- .N SPQRTS THE 943 TIGER Tlgers League Runnerup, Fall Short In State Meet Cterhnv H1211 School T1aer took the runnerup 1309111011 of the North eastern ba ketball leauue th1s ea son when thet blasted throueb the three ren1a111111 poxxe111ouses Fort Niorvan Brush and Col eve H1011 The T1LZQIK opened Illell' season vxtth s1x non eonfexence eames mn mntz four of the s1x plated I11 the 013911 ne vame tl1e S 6111112 Twers walked o EI the Holxoke fne a count of '71 tc QICTIIDL took t11e11 fnst defeat the folloulnft week 110111 tl1e Stdnex Nia roons t T lf tht 1 111 1 1tJ11 s D111 1 11 1 we 1111 10111 Ill Jttlesn 114 111 T 11 11lt T11 tl qtnntet non a txxo 1301111 1 I1 folloxuf week 011 1e Bla1 I-'all arcmood from Lonl 1111111 The f1r'a1 count ma 39 to T e DYEIWIITJ T11 ers 'wen to Fo1t Nns he tolloxunv Reels. onlx t et a vtallopm 1610111 the L3IT1lJks1I19 tt the tune f 06 to 5191111.10 once II O16 txon oxex the nesht rv fne onlx tl11Q t1n1e bt a 1 e 1o11t mare1n 24 to 111 the f1r t conference Game of aso1 the 'FIOGIS vent down f1gh me vtnh a one po1n defeat 31 o 30 fzom Colleee H1011 I-1ov.ete1 f11 T1ee1s came back o11 the Blan , 1 4 T1 I 1 11 111 1 Ylllfbflllk set them dow Il mth 1 11 th 111 111 Slilllllf and Stdnet 1 .1111 met 111 the last non conference Dame and the S1dnex Niaroons once more non o1er t11e Twers 31 to '11 Conference pla opened avaln then the Brush Beetdnavers chal len ed the T1gers on the ocal boxs floor The Twers chalkect up the1r second conference sun b a score of 36 to 16 QITOXKHTU xast 1111,1roten1en1 t1e E1 rneled to Cneele-1 a11d nos t e Co eve H1 B11 1 s to '16 H1tt111 'hen peak on Fehtuau P t11e T1ve1s took a red ho' game fIOIT1 the tangx Maroon fne a11d vta1ked off xuth a 98 to 74 XXCIOTX 516111110 once 82'i1I1 made a 1J1d fox the co11fe1enee CIOXAIT when thex ot1cl1 ed t11e Blllhll qtnntet 31 to f 111 or lie ' S 1841 , l xx 1 1 11 t 1nd 8111110111 13111 11111: 1 lee 1 PAGE THIRTY ONE count agalnst t11e Brush Beetdw Hers JOLl!'I1E'XlI1-' to t11e state tourna ment tl e Tizzer team ran up aaa tout 11 eompetttxon and bemff han C11C3D,J6d kuthout some of 1ts J a ers ua a bt drawback The TIUQI dteu Tr1n1dad to plan tl1e nr t Game of t1e tournex but thex were to 111t1c 1 tor the local box Tr1n1dae txon 11 a core of 61 to 98 The game- sta 11111 close the f1rst quat but t1e second quarter found the 'Nhners well out Ill front and roller: all the uax to xlctort The Twer vte1e ushered out of the Consolattot bracket 111 a rangx Bouldex fne t the count of 49 to 19 F11u1 86111018 Don Koenltg Ken H11 fX ended thfn basketball sea 11 tht Fott NIIJILIII Stet lll 11 VI 11e1 2 The 111111111 o the 31111018 Bob W addle Sehuppt Bnon Sonnenherf' endee 111111 successful season 111 Denxet BANhl- TBXLL NQI AD Left to rnght Coach XX orden Bob Waddle Bxron Nonnenberu Ruharcl D.1n1els Srlo Cook Harold Heber Rncnard Nonnenberfz Bob Hall Don Gld00Hllnl Adolph Larsen .md B111 wehuppe 1 ' - 1 . 1 1 1 1 A 1 ET TT'T'?E Q I ' -3 - - -4 :' Q , . " ',, , , -'. 1 . L V 1 - 71 vx- ' H 4 I . ' , ' . 1 ' ' mst 1' 'J -5' A " - W K . . 1 2 ' ' .' 1 ' 4 ' ' 1 C - - ' T T. ' 'K '1' 1 li ' ' Q- - 5 - ' ' ' 1 ' ' 5 N ll 5'- -' - f . ' '. ' S T 5 ' " If -f -' 'S E9 ' 4 I: '5 ,, ' 1 5 c - . 111, "1 u L Q ., ' t ' ' - 'A 1 'V ' ' " -' '- 1" 1 . . , - . ' Il ' ' q q- C' l.1 to ' " , ' ' j o T13 I 1 ' ' 1' 1 J-E , , U K . . , 1- 1 'Q 1 A H 4 A f Q M A , Q1 C - 'A g 1 . ll cd out 11- ,ll , xldr 39 ' - 1' ' ., . 1 - 1, ' 22. - . ' 1' ' - 1 1' -- 5 f - Q T 1 3 - - 11- A ' Q 1 -" 1 ' 1 ' '. ft ' 4 ' .5 1 'teti . M N- I J 1.5. X: .' A Lv .sd . kv 1 i- 'T ,.,. , , X 1 All 1 ,, ,. -t " 11,1 -1 .,' . 23. ' ' .' - A' , ' , ' ' ' ', .3 ' 1 ' j " 1 'S - , ' 'V f - L " 1 ' ' " 1 'H s by ' .. 1 19, the set .3 1, ', 1 ' ' 1" 1 " 1' 4 A ' ' U g f : ' 1 .- P ., -. A ,l.- -1 I. , f T -1. .. I.2Se. , --1 1 ' A 30 11 111. . E1 A - ' 24- 1 - ' nt- 1 ' , '11 1 - Timers did11't lt-t this :stop H1111 floor the follo'1v111u nicht a11d The- Tngftys lost then' cha11ce- for Matte-51111, Duane Dowis. and Orville '11 and l - nt-xt f'Vl'l1l1l,l 1 le. - it feat 'el the Bulldogs 35 to 125 Wtop pos1t11111 vt'l1e-11 the Morgg Ivlll- 5 - 1, - . Q 11 - 1 'Q the-j e:1111:' tht' 11411 with 11 34 T111 'ztrs jfJlll'l1l'X1'C1 to Morgan 1' 1111 g11'.'1- 1119111 11 35 to 24 z 'lllJ,. ,1 11 111 9 - A 1,2 , 1-1' Q U1 39 ' 'I f' 1 ' '51 1 44 17111 C21I11f' 1111110 disc 1111 4 -el 211111 In the 1111111 ezaxne- of tht- :ez .' ll uutne o 1 1 "1 '. 1 '- .' det' f' the . 1 ' J " ' ' " Il the Sterling Tifwrs e'11t oose '1tl1 f - ' '.'- '. -. B111 l 1 Q 1' ' - ' ' - ' 1Z4t1 t 1A 1111. 1911111 '1 s 2 .' 1 1 111111 - 1. 1 1.- 1 tht" 1' le- "1l.l t1 1 4 ' L ag" ' ' 'to ta '1 the ltnu end of a 40 to 21 . -' ' 5 .--15 ' ' ' ' 1 . 1 1 Eilli 1 2:5531-W-EN-T24 he-Hviwi if -- if -Hi - THE 1945 TIGER A ACTIVITIES Junior College I Committee Buys Bullclmg A contract for purchase of the dormltory at the Logan County farm Just north of the falrgrounds was slgned Monday afternoon Jan uary 22 by the Logan County Jun 1 lor College commxttee The college comnuttee obtams 1n addltxon to the bulldmg of four floors a tract of approxlmately ten acres of land on whlch the dorml tory stands Possession was glven March 1 Plans for remodehng of the bulldmg for college uses are, now belng completed by Walter Sl mon Denver architect and work mll be started as soon as materlals are avallable it was stated by C F Poole dean of the college College committee members stat ed that the buildlng should offer mne large classrooms hbrary and lounges on two floors Mr Poole has announced the se lectxon of a name for the college The mstitutlon wxll be known as Sterlmg Jumor College xt has been determmed ln conformity with practice of other junior college dis tricts of the state A prize of S10 offered for the name accepted for the college was won by Esta Wil liams of Haxtun who was first to propose the name War Takes Llves of CUSTODIANS LEE GRAVES C A WALRAVEN KIRK DANIELS Keep Readmg The cxty hbrary has many good books that you w1ll enjoy readlng this summer Summer vacatlon 1S here and you dont have to gxve any book reports but dont let up on your readmg On February 16 1945 Lt Robert R Knowles Jr class of 1939 was krlled as a result of an airplane ac cldent ln Scotland He was a mem ber of a ferrying squadron of the U S Army Air Rorces and is the son of Supt R R Knowles lArgus Evaluated IBy Pres. Cook l The Argus staff of 1944 45 re , celved on Aprll 24 a fme letter of appreclatlon from Mr J M Cook president of Snead Junlor College l Boaz Alabama Mr Cook says the Argus to be best of xts kmd mty and qualxty surpassed by any paper that comes to my attentlon that he conslders one of the very and that In 1 of news lt IS un 1Goocl Cltlzen fCont1nued from Page Nlneteenl the county selected as good c1t1 zens were V1ctor1a Kautz Ihff Lorene Scala Atwood Elleen Gen try Crook Wlnona Thurber Dax ley Anna Mae Nealy Flemxng Marie Lechman Merino Gloria Bassx Willard Dorothy Van Drxel Padroni Charlene McBride Ster Img A tea was glven xn honor of these Logan county glrls Elmo asked the teacher how many tlmes have you whlspered to day without PEITIIISSIOII9 Only wunst replied Elmo Keith went on the teacher to another boy should Elmo hav said wunst'P No ma am he should have said Who's Who in The Senior Class An mterestmg addltlon to the Argus throughout the year has been a corner for the semors en Semor Argus semors them thus maklng thumbnail sketches of them quotmg then likes and dis hkes pet peeves favorxte actors and actresses etc Those honored wlth such dlstmc txon thxs year were Duane Dowxs Rosemary Hassman Glorla Kmght Elmo Cook Dorothy Olander Sh1r ley Hayden Joanne Berkstresser Phylhs Ness Elsie Jemberg Char lene MCBTld8 Peggy Rasmussen Keith Matteson Arlo Cook B1 Gnmm Larry Wernsman Shlrley Slice Corlee Munson Pat OGrady Richard Sonnenberg Shlrlee Coop er MarJor1e Setterberg Helen Hen ry Loren Pauling Ramah Plper Mane Chnstner Betty Humphrey tltled Whos Who ln the Class Joan Montgomery feature wrxter chose certam each tlme and interviewed Our Cooks Mrs Edna Coon manager of our cafeteria and Mrs Ethel Dlcker son and Mrs Roberta Bollinger pre pared meals for students who ate at school Student help was used during the fourth and fifth periods Nourishing meals at a low cost were ready each day To the cooks twicet 1and thexr helpers we say Thanks 0 . . . 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' 1 I , I ' I 4 I U 14 S H S Alumm iCont1nued from Page Seventeenb graduate of 37 He gave hls hfe on May 29 1944 Somewhere ln France on July 26 1944 Captam Alvm Albert Welton graduate of 1927 gave hxs hfe 1n the defense of hrs country Fxrst Lt Raymond E Matteson class of 34 was kllled m action somewhere m France on August 25 1944 F1rst Lt Dean E Hendrxx was! kxlled on February 2 1945 a a result of an airplane crash some where ln Italy He was a gradu ate ln 1937 TfSgt Jack Bryan Duddle member of a bomb dlsposal unlt ordnance department U S Army was kllled ln Germany on March 14 1945 He was a graduate of the class of 1940 A SCENE FROM JANIE Back row left to rlght Annabelle Ramey Kent Revnolds Lowell Sonnenberg Rov Benson Vlrglma Otzenberger Dorothv Cameron Onn Marks Joe Ford Dean Todd Kay Trultt Victor Baltes Margaret Race Bud Bamberg Wnlhe Venohr Adolph Larsen Marne Jensen Harold Weber Evalyn Hecker Ru-hard Daniels Jimmy Sparks Mary Lou Waite Front row left to nght Lorena McKay Leonard Patten Sblrlev Wxlllams Nona Wemsman Mildrey Hyblak Jack Groce PAGE 'I WEINTY-ONE ORGANIZATIONS T151i2 194:gtQeR - php ss W C? SILWFNT Ct,UWCIL-Seated left to right Rlchlrd Daniels Bob Hall Jack Groce 'Warne Christner Pat OGradx 'tllss Jones 'Vlr Poole loanne Berkstresser Lharlenc 'WIcBnde Mrs Fairchild Don Giacomm Dean Bro tn Gra Farrell Jerrv 'Horns Lucille iapp stand n, Lester Patten Donald Hutchinson i I HLNOR SOCILTX Back rovx left to right Nlr Nlorse Hrs shambaugh Nlr Poole fharlene NICBTIKIP Nhrie Chnstner Arlo Cook middle row left to right shirlex llastlen Nlrs Fairchild shlrlex slice Billie Cassell Corlee Nlunson Wir Berkstresser front row left to ri ht Nllss smith lla West hula Rleke Joanne Berkstresser Nliss Netherw Berkstresser Succeeds Harris, Student Prexy The Student Council is composed of representatives from each of the four classes, G.G.A, and the Argus. The officers of the student body. who are also the student council officers, elected for the year were: Raymond Harris. preside-ntl Richard Vanicls xicc presidcnt and Char lene 'NIcBr1de secretarx Jo tnne B rkstrtsscr was appointed to fill the unexpired term which was left xacant when Raxmond Harris left to .om the Nan The facultx was represented on the Student Council bs Miss Ruth Jones librarian Mrs Maxine Fair chclld Commercial teacher who served as treasurer and Mr C F Poole principal The Student Council was respon sible for the promotlon of the sale of war bonds and stamps th1S year The total amount sold was S3000 Early this year an executive com mittee composed of the officers of the Student Council and Mr Gibbs chose a new movie screen which has been very much enjoyed When Colorado tax tokens went out of effect the Student Council started a drive for the collection of these tokens Jars in which the tokens were placed were put m the library and several business of llontinued on page 24m Fifteen Elected To Honor Society This tear 15 Juniors and seniors made up the membership of the Sterling, Chapter No 369 of the Na twnal Honor Societx Joanne Berk strtssri Eula Riekt Chailene Mc Bxitlt Vlaiic Christntr and Ila West Il tix 1un1or te r Tn Januarx and Maicli this group coniuctecl induction stitices for Coilte Munson Shirlex Hixdtn Arlo Cook Billie Cassell and Shirlev S ice In Nia induction sei ices for fire neu Junior members ueie car tied on bx the new members Arlo Cook president Marie Cliristner ice president Shnlex Hatden sec retarx Billie Cassell eoricspondinf sccittarx and Charlene 'NIcBr1dt titasuicr The neu meinbtrs vxcrt Jim Sparks Margaret Rice Marx Lou Waite Alice Willis and Orin 'tfarks .J ' .3. 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' .V .'. - f "Q- PAGE THIRTY FOUR THE 1945 TIGER SPORTS W1 -111111 TRACK TEAM First row left to nght Bob Holcomb Bob Musll Jack Whlttler Jlm Mltchell Kelth Elledge Rlchard Webster Don Tetsell Burr Potarf Onn Marks Don Kaiser Second row Earl Garretson Royal Franklin Charles McRea Bob llall Don Glacomml Dean Todd Hollls Jackson Richard Sonnenberg Robert Glacomlm Lowell Richards and Coach Worden Third row Roy Benson Wxllard Puls Leon Kautz, Les Harns Bob Tnplett Orville Myers Arlo Cook Eugene Hurst Bob Groves Eddie Ness QNot pictured are John Brunner Adolph Larsen Joe Bames Harry Matsuura Charles Callender Don Hoskins Edwin Mxller and Jess Medmea Sterlmg Partlclpates In Several Meets Track season opened this year wxth s1x lettermen back About 35 other boys were out The lettermen who started the season were Don G1acom1n1 John Brunner Joe Bames Dean Todd Bob Hall and Eddie Ness Wlth the Junxors settmg the pace the Sterlmg Hlgh School trackmen took part ln several maJor track events durmg the year Early ln the season an mter class meet was held ln which the Junlors v1ere the wlnners The flrst major track event was the Colorado relays whlch were held Aprxl 28 at Boulder Barnes was the only local trackman who was able to place On May 1 Sterlxng gathered 96 pomts to defeat Brush ln a track meet Brush reglstered 28 pomts WIHDBYS ln the various events of the Brush Sterlmg track meet were 100 yard dash Dean Brush flrst Harms Sterlmg second 220 yard dash G1acom1n1 Sterlmg fxrst Mc Rea Sterlmg second 880 Todd Sterling flrst Lorenson Brush sec ond Mlle Sms the Brush fxrst Ness Sterlmg second Hxgh hur dles Brunner Sterling flrst Myers Sterling second Low hurdles Har r1s Sterling first Brunner Ster Img second Pole vault Bames Sterlmg fxrst Harrls Sterlmg sec ond Hlgh Jump Barnes S-terlmg flrst Ness Sterlxng second Broad Jump Harrls Sterllng flrst Barnes Sterlmg second Shotput Brunner Sterling flrst Larsen Sterllng sec ond Dlscus Brunner Sterhng '1rst Brush Sterlmg second M1le relay Sterhng f1rst Brush second Sterlmg trackmen also partxclpat ed ID the conference meet held 1n Morgan and the state met ln Den ver Barnes F lrst In Pole Vault Several Sterlmg trackmen companled by Coach Mansel Wor den attended the annual Colorado relays at Boulder April 28 Joe Barnes a Jumor pole vault ed 11 feet 6 lnches to Wm flrst place Amaxa of Centennlal Nlx of Boul l der and Hey er of South Dem er all1 tled for second place The dlctxonary IS the only place ln 4 the v1orld vshere you can come to! uccess before you go to vsork Boys Gym Classes Hold Fneld Day The Thlrd Annual Physlcal Edu catlon Fleld Day was held on the grass of Knowles Fleld May 15 All freshman and sophomore boys tak mg physlcal educatxon partlclpated m the meet The program under the dlrectlon of Jack MacAdams began w1th mass cahsthenlcs pushups and chmups by the entlre group Fol lowing thls speclal contests ln tumbling rope chmbmg boxlng wrestling and the runnlng of the obstacle course were held The meet wound up wlth the an nouncements of the winners of the physlcal education awards this year and rlbbons were glven the winners of the YHYIOUS events of Fleld Day Skalla Coaches Boxmg A bomng and vsresthng class was added to the school athletxc pro gram thls year The group organ lzed and coached by Dan 'kalla met after school ln Blalr Hall Sophomores and Jumors largely composed thls group Roughnecks Are Intramural Champs By v1rtue of then' perfect record the Roughnecks galned possessxon of the mtramural basketball league by toppmg all contenders The Rough necks was the only one of the eight, teams whlch composed the league to go the entxre season wlthout a loss Kenneth GUGHZI led the Roughnecks offense and piled up a. total of 175 pomts ln the elght games played The B squad was the vlctxm of the Roughnecks attack durmg the last game of the season Thls was an exh1b1t1on game played ln Blair Hall durmg the assembly hour on March 13 The champlons were de feated 18 to 11 The nme teams entered m the league were Roughnecks Hardmg Panthers Dead End Kids Shotgun Boss Frosh I FFA Sr Demons Frosh II and F F A Jr The league IS the proving ground for future Tlger teams As the reg ular squad IS necessanly hmlted the mtramural league glves the other boys a chance to participate ln bas ketball competltlon 11 . 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Best Wishes to the Senior Class of 1945 FOX FOUNTAIN BECK'S HATCHERY SUPREME EGG BRED CHICKS FOR GREATER PROFITS 20 No th Sec d St eet St I g olo C mpl ents of Securltles Credit Corp 3 d a d Chest t Phone 820 Sterling Colorado H B SWEDLUND STUDEBAKER Sales and Service 133 N th Seco d St Pho e 77 Thleme s Barber Shop 110 North Thurcl Street Cl l s d Good Wo k Ou Motto Ray s Service Slahon T d ndppl Texaco Products Battery Service Washing Marfak lubrlcatlon Pho e 314 S e ng Col Ft-I Ehp Look Your Smartest Your Clothes Look Better When Cleaned Often The Band Bo W y Sanitary Cleaning and Tallorlng Co -Q- I -Q-Q- 1 r on r erin , C . o im C O O I I O r n nu ' I , 131- or n . n l U 1 l I ' hir a o ar O -1 U . C eanines an r r n t rli , orado Q 1 4 A A A A as imrl C1 X U 1 0 0 I I - - - I I lee s Conoco Slallon We Buy Sell und Trade Ch 1' 1' dTh Cars and Trucks e S U g C Ph e 123 All Makes and Models John F LEE Prop Buy E gh d Sell Em o PLAINS MOTOR C0 No theast Col do s la gest Deule Buy Your Rrtchre Tucker Studio N sd 258 B P S Paints 314 M For the Best Bakery Goods PLATTE VALLEY VAN S BAKERY LUMBER C0 ' I I I . ' Corn r e n an irclS1's. I . Srerlln , olo. on 1 I O I O "We ' m Hi an ' lw" Srerling's Busy Corner . . . r ern ora ' r r Congratulations! Graduates of '45 118 . r sf. Phone ' ' ' from us in I ain Sr. Phone 518 . dl: 11: 1 1 Slerling lumber Company "Your Building Materials Store New Plumbing Equipment May Be Frozen BUT WE CAN STILL SELL YOU Used Plumbing Sink - Bath Tubs - Wash Bowls Water Closets - Laundry Tubs Etc. STERLING SHEET METAL and ROOFING CO. A. D. Jackson Phone 42 412 Main Street I Dodge Plymouth Sales and Service Ray Smllh Molor Co Mortuary and Ambulance Service Phone 29 Sterling Colo Congratulations Seniors Mllchell Ponhac Co T E R N Pnonuce h CREAM AND EGGS I22 N 4th St Sterling Colo H5 N h I Sl T'-.. Q I I I . I I I 9 I , , Cos Buyers of I . ort Fron . V ' ' Sterling Phone 395 Platte Valley Tutle and Mortgage CO ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE ESCROW SERVICE 314 Mann St Phone 170 Compllments of B F Goodrlch Stores COOK with GAS Central States Electric Co Em rm? I ,ldv it 5 EFI fm? 'inc Q f A1 i l I lllaf 3312? 523' .,5'i'f'lJII have hiehin vam 14513113111 Qfzcoln sg PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF COLORADO Dean H Downs 255 Sterling s me Bnggest Insurance Man 1 108 South Second Street A - O Sterling, Colorado 'iff Compllments f Hayden s Standard Servlce Corner 4th and Poplar l - ' ' 1. --'J -. , ,I '- n., 1 I- . . gr., P. --we 'V' - - I-f fr ,f1-Q . - P , a ,.-eh ,gh A - - . -1 jg ', ,', ,f- lv "z,-fl Y ' I' I fI , '-- Ii ' 7,5 . 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