Torrington High School - Blazer Yearbook (Torrington, WY)

 - Class of 1949

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THS BLAZER 9 5 XX 1949 ' EM 1 Q A-'A 1 3 x gd: s r U'1 ' gl? INDEX Foxuuud DE'C1lLW1lfJl1 Board of Fducatlon F Lulty QCINOIS JHIIIUIN F eshmen Olgimzatlons Fvketlnll I-ootball T1 1ck 11111101 Hlgh AGXCIIISIUE Quapshots 'R 60 87 102 ' 1 ....- O K' fl ' :I " Rx N 1-mg . ,. . X M ' Q ., , , 2 . is , 3 . ' 6 'S ' 8 - 11 27 Sc-plmmorcs 33 1 , , 39 ' . , 45 J. 5 . 71 ' 77 u 86 z ' - ' , B9 . ' ' ' ' , 10. - . -. , , 121 34? Q2 if 5, X6 ow gg, wc 14 if -fl New BOARD O' 3,54 '-.,, EDUCATION ww F B REDFIELD President Building and Giouiids IVALEE SHAIN Clerk R W 1 Building and Grounds M2522 'fe' 'Sw,7 .dA"U"b Q6 W H WOODWORTH Treabuier JOHN M:CREERY Bus Director Qi, 'xg JANET JUNIOR Secretary LUCILLE BEEDE ALVA W. HAMILTON Lunch Supervisor Building and Grounds THS BLAZER 'fl 1 Vb y lx ,A 1949 f YA 'A' f of E E Engleman Havmg been supermtendent of THS fox seven yeals 'VIr Engleman has proved to be a good frlend to even THS student To make Torrlngwn schools bxgger and better has been ills goal The students of THS look lp to Mx Engleman for guldance and coun sel throughout thelr school years Roy E Gmgles Mr Gmgles 15 completmg his elev enth year as prmcnpal of THS Hls f nendlmess and cooperatlon toward the students of THS have endeavored hlm to the hearts of everyone Page Seven ai- Paulme Smith fClass of 463 Oul cheerful and effxclent offlce sccxctarv A? I- . I - 2: , ff l -- 1-l V V . '-I , W Q , -.,--as A, K Page Elgh S Q v THS BLAZER 9 X X X s er K 1949 N' 'I 2 5 Aj qv s f 'J 'gv X N' 'W' WNW Elxzabeih Clemens Latm English Mary K Clemens Head Socxal Studles Department Mrs R C Collxns Head Commercnl Department Mrs Leon Ebenhahn Engllsh Dramatlcs ASS1St8Ht Dorothy Frantz Glrls Physlcal Education Soclology Economxcs 1 ff jf +1 Zwfif V atm wr' granular'- 9-Q.. Phyllxs Gre Je Sll1E1XlS0l Voc'al Mu Gerald B I-seslmg lVD1l1g Eughsh Sally Rouse Keelme Homemakmg Eihel Moore Mathemqt ics C A Wxllx Vocational Ag ILUILUIL Iva Reeves LhSl'l'1lS1lY and Blolog M s John Yoder Engllsh Haihe F May School Nurse Lloyd S M Keehan 51 1 Dena tment D amatlcs D ecto Qp e lm Journallsm l ublzcwtlons Rob rt F Noble vi 'md Inetrumental T S Reeves .1 an Would Hlstory L I' y ' ' , I . M k ' if - A ' C ' - ' I F P' ' l ian , I 1 . M' ' ' I ' IN . - ee '1 n.-5-X C C - 'L ' ' Q ' F' ' g, al ' -P "fl X uc ' 1 ' W' '45 . -fe 1 Q 4. ' W' 9 - . -Q HiJ,?,Ww. ,vbb D em- W , X. f ix, Y ilk , fx! 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X QAAX X s M f "' NIOR C A OFFICE Karl Harper Tom Cassldy Gerry Sparks S NIOR CLASS HISTORY On a brxght sun shmy day zn September of 1944 we freshmen were dragged through the doors of dear old THS on our hands and knees m baby bonnets and paJamas It was a gruel mg test but we managed to survlve After we had been so abused we erected Jxm Applegate presldent of our class Phyllxs Call v1ce presldent and Donna Janssen secretary treasurer The boys really took over the busmess of our class m our sophomore year as we elected Jim Applegate presxdent Tom C3SSld5 v1ce presxdent Karl Harper secretary and Elden Mrller treasurer To earn a little money as we were already thmkmg about the prom and the banquet we sponsored a Halloween dance whxch was a great success LNatura1lyJ Our Jumor year and mczdentally our buslest yea saw Charles Messer as our presldent Tom Cassldy VICE presxdent Mary Trxerweller secretary and Donna W1nk1e treasurer We sponsored a novelty dance carmval whlch was enjoyed by ex eryone who attended Next was the Jumor class play Professor How Could You On Aprxl 30 we entertamed the seniors at the txadxtlonal Jumor semor prom m honor of the dear departmg semors Our class rmgs played an lmportant part m our thlrd year m hlgh school At last our senlor year arrxwed We elected Karl Harper presldent Donna Wmkle v1ce presldent Tom Cassldy secretary and Gel ry Sparks treasurer The class play June Mad was acclalmed a great success fNaturallyb Now as we take our last march down the audxtorxum axsle with our hard earned dxplomas held tlghtly 111 our hands you can hear our class motto that we wlll hold ever before us Always March ng Into Rlcher F1elds THS BLAZER U' 1 .VP V4 X 199 fx- V U' Page Thixioen i l 'A I J A ' QP Y " av' :lf- AP SENIORS ALLEN MATHERA If yoa cant express yourself go frelght Her favorlte sul:-Ject IS shorthand Cholr 1 2 3 Gxrls Glee Club 1 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 Letter 1 Terrys plans are mdefmlte PLEGATE JAMES Hls work IS play and success shall be hx reward Gates favorlte subJect IS chemlstrg lab Boys Glee Clubl Football 1 2 Bas ketball 1 2 Track 1 2 3 Student Councx 1 3 4 Vlce Presldent 3 Treasurer 1 Na tlonal Honor SOCIBIY 3 4 Class Presldent 1 1 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 Busmess Manager He plans to attend college AHLAN D HELEN' Wxth rxngs on her flngers and bells on her she sloshes Helen entered THS as a senior from Walla Walla Washmgton Her favorlte subJect IS typmg and she IS gomg to be smger BACK!-IAUS FRED He burns the mxdmght oll but It s gasolme Fred s favorite subJect IS agrxculture F F A 1 4 He plans to go to Casper Junlor college BART!-IEL CHARLES Why worry and make llfe slow" Charles favorlte subJect IS agrlculture F F A 1 4 He plans to become a farmer BOX BETTY She could talk the lnve long day and nevel run ou of somethlng to say Boxxe says her favorxte subJect ms Journahsm Chou 2 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Student Counc1l4 F H A 1 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Paper Staff 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 Her plans are undeclded B ROWN JIM Hes not the type to slt and grlpe F F 4 Jlm IS planning on being a mechanic BULLOCK PHYLLIS She IS gentle she IS shy but theres mls chlef m her eye Phylhs lavorlte subJect ls typmg Bandl 2 3 Letter 1 2 3 Choir 2 3 4 Gxrls Glee Club 2 Pep Club 1 2 3v 4 Letterl 3 Paper Staff .5 4 Annual Staff! 4 ASSlSt8l'lt Buslness Manafer She plans to attend the Umverslty of Wyommg , Q3 A f- .- . . f I 1. q . , , X '1 , . 'zz' J ' ' 1 4 ' - I 5 .,,, 4 . A , f 1 tp ' 5' , s U ' K ,Y if 6 I .. , , ' : - l. Q galoushes, 'she will make music whereyer I . . 5 .' ' , .. . 1 S! . I . Rx h Y 7- L' 1 t . Page Fourteen 1-Hg 31,5255 st f' l A QV. 94 X 47 1 t to Q X x Q M r j pi lg? 'Www SENIORS CALAHAN BETTY ANN Even though vanquxshed she would argue stlll Betty entered as a Junlor fr0m Mlt chell Nebraska Band 3 4 Letter 3 4 F H A 3 4 Paper Staff 4 Her plans are 1n deflnlte CALL PHYLLIS I want a blg and brawny man I thml they re far the best Phoddle s favorlte sub Ject lS bookkeepmg Band 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 2 3 4 Cho1r2 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 3 .Tumor Class Play Senior Class Play V1ce Presxdent 1 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 3 Dramatlc Club 3 4 Thespxans 4 Paper Staff 2 3 4 Annual Staff 2 4 G A A 1 2 Letter 1 Clarlnet Quartette 2 3 4 Gxrls State '2 She plans to attend Denver umversxty CASSIDY TOM One cannot always be a hero but one car always be a man Rolys f3V0l xte subject 1 economlcs Football 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 2 3 4 Co Captam 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Lette r ck 2 u Junxor Class Play Student Councll 4 Presl dent 4 Class Vlce Presldent 2 3 Class Sec retary 4 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Prom Attendant 3 All State Football 3 4 All Conference 4 All Dlstrlct 4 Annua Staff 4 Thesplans 4 Senlor Class Play He plans to attend the Umverslty of Wyom1ng CLINGMAN BETTY LOU To wed or not to wed that IS the questlon Clmgy lxkes commerce best Choxr 2 Glrls G1eeClub2 F H A 1 2 3 4 Home Iwur s1n 1 G A A 1 2 3 4 Sheplanstobe come a housewxfe CONNOLLY GERALD A woman IS only a woman but a good glas of water IS a drlnk Luckys future plans are 1ndef1n1te Basketball 1 2 3 Track 3 T Club 3 4 Cross Country Team 3 4 Letter 3 4 Annual Staff 4 CHOFT JOYCE If we were all as smart as she what a heck of a place thls would be Joyces favorltc subject IS trlg Cholr 2 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 One Act Plays 3 4 Natlonal Honor So Clety 3 4 Secretary 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 3 Glrls State 3 Annual Staff 3 4 She plans to go to school DAVIS FLORIS A llttle semor whos a frlend to all who know her Florxs entered as a Junlor frone Praxrle Center Her faxorlte subJect 1 shlrthand Gxrls Glee Club 3 Jumor Clas Play Student Councxl 4 Dramat1cs Club 4 Thespxans 4 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staf 4 One Act Play 4 Her future plans are mdeflnlte DESENFANTS IRENE Dont let my beauty sway you Ilene favorite subJect IS shorthand Choxr 1 Girls Clee Club 1 2 Pep Clubl 2 3 4 Paper Staff 3 4 Her ambxtlon IS to become a model ll T- Q I Q.. :B '54 "U " ' if 4 A Q 4: -'r a , 41 HT" Cl 'b 52, 3, 41 .gg 'Q' .: '. ,: A uw. 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SENIORS DeWl'l'T BILLIE Love em and leave em Bulxe Lee plans to be a rancher Band 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 2 4 Swmg Band 1 2 3 Choxr 1 2 3 Footballl 2 3 4 Letter 2 3 4 T Cub 2 3 4 Junlor Class Play Senlor Class Play Student Councll 4 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Thespzans 4 One act Plays 4 DUNKER MARTHA Shell make a name for herself Martha entered as a sophomore from Portland Ore gon Her favorite subject lS art Glrls Glee Club 2 Annual Staff 3 EAGLE BETTY Naughty but n1ce Bettys favorite sub Ject IS math She plans to attend college at Colorado A 81 M Band 1 2 3 4 Secre tary 3 Letter 1 2 3 4 Student Councll 3 Natlonal Honor Society 3 4 Treasurer 4 Quxll and Scroll 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Letter l 2 3 Paper Staff 2 3 4 CoEd1tor A nual Staff 2 3 4 G A A 1 2 Senior Class Play EATON NORMA JEAN A laugh IS worth a mxlllon slghs ln any market Her favorxte subgect typmg Club 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 3 Red Cross 1 Dra matlcs Club 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Asslstan Co Edltox Her plans are to be a housewxfe ELKINS BERNADINE Sweet and smcere ln a qulet way Dean n1e says Englxsh IS her faworlte subject F H A 2 4 She plans to become a newspape reporter EXLEY VIRGINIA To study IS fun when not overdone Gmny entered THS as a Jumor from Huntley Wvommg Her favorlte subJect ns Home Ec H A 3 4 Student Councnl 4 She plan to be a housewife GOLTZ RAMONA No one would suppose It but Im naturally bashful Her favorite IS Home Ec F H A 1 2 3 4 Ramona plans to be a housewlte GORHAM BETTY I had rather a fool made me happy than experlerce made me sad Betsys favorite submect lS Home Ec Glrls Glee Club 1 2 4 F H A 1 2 3 4 HomeNursmg1 G A A 1 2 She plans to be a housewxfe Page Fifteen ai- QO K I il" " Q - ' ' er . H -A F -1 + 5 v - -M up h I g V 5 ' r 5 1 ' ' ' .- a V 4 K 'P ' Y 3. 1 ' ' . . 'z' ' 'C . , ,' 41 u -, - - 3 . - ,. 1 " " l I 1 - ' Q if Q II' I ,lj T f 5 ' ' . I AX r . . l , . : . - 5 rw ' , - 1 - s as f. I I n . ' ' Z ' A ' ' Z n E t xl I U A 4. ,Z ' I . fyvwyij ' 2 H ' H . I . , D . is - U .' Choir 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2: Pep as I if u A . . . 1' . I I. j -Q, ' ' ' fav- W' Qs 'Q' F.. . . U, : ' . s it W xl H , 1 . fi . . . . , ' ' , 4 - sk 1 . . . , . . : I : . . ,X J . , . . Page Sixteen 1-H3 ILAZER 5 4' V X -1-'Mn l M .1- Q- -ww , -'- -. S-3 5's W fn ' A A' '4' . X is -'O Q A was 46 if f SENIORS HAHN B N . ER ITA "It is well to think wellg it is divine to act well." Bernita entered from Prairie Center as a junior. Her favorite subject is typlhg. Band 4: Girls' Glee Club 3. She plans tc attend Central Business college. HERDT, BETTY "Whos making all the noise?" Betty's fave olite sub,ect is shorthand. Choir 23 Girls Glee Club 1. She says her future plans an indefinite. HOLLMAN ELSIE Her eyes express the sweetest kind of bash fulness Elsie came here as a sophomore from Scottsbluff Nebraska her 1avo ue sub Ject IS Amerlcan History :ted Cross 3 4 Student Councll 4 She plans to be a nurse J AN SSEN DONNA I dont know where Im going but Im 0 my way Dees favorite subJect is modern problems Choir 1 Junior Class Play One act Plays 2 3 4 Student Council l 2 4 Secretary 2 Class Secretary 1 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Letter l 3 Cheerleade 3 4 Df3m8t1CS Club 3 4 Thespxans 4 G A A 1 2 Prom Attendant 3 Homecoming Attendant 4 Court Attendant 4 Dee plans to work in Denver JOHNSON MARJORIE Short and sweet Marges favorite subgect is speech Choir 1 2 3 4 Girls Glee Club 1 2 Junior Class Play Senior Class Play One act Plays 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Lette 1 3 Red Cross 1 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Thespians 4 Sextette 2 Annual Staff 4 Assistant Co Editor Homecoming Attendan 4 Court Queen 4 She IS going to be a housewlfe KEIMIG ALAN ARTHUR She used to be my flame until she went ou with that squirt His favorite submect is English Choir 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Annual Staff 3 4 Alan plans to attend Antioch college KING DOROTHY JEAN There must be a lot of studying in her none ever came out Her favorite subJect art Choir 1 2 3 4 Girls Glee Club 1 2 3 4 F H A 2 4 Dottie Jean plans to be a housewife. AURLIN MICKEY su Ject is literature H Parliamentarlan 3 Treasurer 4 Red Cross 2 Home Nursing 1 G A A 1 2 3 4 Letter 4 Tumbling Team 1 Senior Class Play She plans to be a veterinarian , .. , - . , . . . - . ' . v ,U - - ' -, A . ' : . 9 1 . . 3 . . 1 , . . , 1 I 9 . :I . . 3 , 3 : .A . . . . 9 . 4- ' yr , ' ' . . ' , - - .. , . . , . . 2 I 3 - . 2 .. , , 1 , . 1 I A 1 Q , , L . 2 ' . 3 . . . . . . 2 . , . u I ' ' I is . ' . . . Q -' ' , . . ..., . v I "Red's my favorite color." Mickey's favorite t b' ' ' . F. . A. 1, 2, 3. 41 ,, ' - I ' I .l . I. , . . t v V ' - ' - ' 'ras BLAZER s I Page Seventeen X 1949 ik f - l -1 15 ' Qin - Ur Y 3 i :Ae els I Q ' 6 ME SENIORS KITTERMAN DONA BETH It 1 stay smgle 1t s not my fault Her fav 04119 subject IS Journallsm Band 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 2 3 4 Cholr 2 4 Gxrls Glee Club 1 2 4 Qulll and Scroll 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 3 Snare Dr tm Tr1o 2 Paper Staff 2 3 4 C0 Edltor 4 Annual Staff 2 .S 4 Future plans Journalist KJORIMOE ELLEN Power rests ln tranquxllty Ellles favorlte subgect IS Spamsh Band 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 2 3 4 Choir 2 3 4 Gxrls Glee Club 1 2 F H A 1 2 Treasurer 2 Home Nursmg 1 53 A A 1 She plans to go to Sterlmg col ege KLUHERZ BOB I took football and a tew other subyects Bobs favorzte subJect IS tug Band 1 2 Cholr 4 Bass Solo 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Let ter 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Track 3 4 T MAUDE MARJOHIE Heres one to show you some fun Spud favor1te subject IS speech Cholr 1 uxrls Glee Club 1 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Letter 3 Red Cross 1 Annual 4 She plans to get rnarrled when school IS out MCINTOSH GLADYS A gal full of actlon she has no detractxons Her favorlte subyect IS that certam dream guv Glrls Glee Club 2 One act Play 2 Cross23GAA2 4Babe1 gomg to be a housewife SSER CHARLES A heartmasher lf he only Knew II Lnuuc s favorite sub1ect lS trlg Football 1 2 4 Letter 4 Basketball 1 2 3 T Club 4 'Nlatlonal Honor Society 3 4 Class Presldent 3 Bovs State One act Plat 4 Semox Play '-Ie plans to attend Antxoch college MILLER ELDEN Why worry" Schools Just one blg nap Eldens favorlte subJect lS football He en tered THS as a sophomore from Lusk Wyo mlng Football 2 3 4 Letter 2 3 4 Basket 2 3 4 etter 2 3 T Clu Track 3 4 Letter 3 4 T Club treasurer .s Class Treasurer 2 He plans to go to Chadron to become a coach MIYAH RA A VICTOR From a llttle flame bursts a mlghtv spark VICS favorlte subJect lS math Football 4 etex 4 Trackl T Club4 F F A 2 -1 He plans to become a farmer 1 I . Q 'K 1 X A -- it 1 v . A . 5 i , AD. - 5' 'j' s ' K y w,,,1.w' , . 1 " . I 1 ' I ' ' ' D . 1' Club '2,' Es. fi. He plans td attend couegei , ." ' ' .3 - 1 Reid , g . 4. . , 3, . ' L ' . I . ' . I : A 1 ball', , :L ' ',',4g-": ' i12,3,f4? L t - 3 5 " " 5' .... li.. X. ' . Page Eighteen fix VAS s 44 '1 " .A ,B T4 CI: -f Iv X vc nguww SENIORS M NTGOMEHY ALENE WISE yet wlnsome Her favorlte subyect l Home Ec Cholr 4 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 3 I- H A 1 2 3 4 Presldent 4 Vlce Presldent 3 Hlstorlan 3 Home NUTSIDQ 1 Papel Stafl 4 Annual Staff 4 G A A 2 3 4 Hel future plans are lndeflmte PEASE TIM Wlll he outllve llls C819 Tlms IHYOIILL subJect IS trlg Football 2 Basketball 1 lrack 2 Boys State Senlor Play He plan to attend college PETERSON MAHLON I dont bother work and work doesnt bother me Petes favorlte subject IS ag He entered as a Junior from Pralrle Center Football 3 4 Track 3 Lettel 3 Junlor Class Play Senlor Class Play One act Play 4 F F A 3 4 Secretary 4 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Thesplans 4 Boys State Future plans rancher HAMIREZ HAROLD I would be a good student lf studylng were ellmlnated Havolds favorlte sub,ect IS agrlculture Football 2 3 4 Letter 4 Basketball 1 2 Track 2 3 4 T Club 4 F F A 1 2 3 He plans to become a farmer HANKIN MARTIN I love glrls and the glrls love me Bud favorlte subject IS advanced algebra Ch0lf 1 2 3 4 Boys Glcc Club 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 Annual Staff 3 4 Boys State One act Play 4 Senlor Play He plans to be a phar macls RATHBUN WESLEY Fooled ya dldnt I9 Made lt lh four years Was entered as a sophomore from Mltchell Nebraska HIS favorlle subyect IS Econom ICS Hls future plans aren t deflnlte RIFE JACK I dont know nuttln Jacks favorlte sub Ject IS Economlcs Football l 2 3 4 Letter 3 4 Co Captaln 4 Track 2 3 4 Letter 3 4 Club 3 4 Presldent 4 F F A 1 Future Plans Southeast Cellter ROBEY PAT Anyone wlth a smlle llkc that must be happy Her favorlte subJect IS speech Band 1 2 3 4 Mayorette 4 Letter I 2 3 4 Cholr 1 2 3 4 Glrls Glee Club I 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Lette I 3 Pape Saffl Annual 3 4 Twlrllng Ensemble 1 2 Vocal Ensembles I 2 3 4 G A A 1 2 Letter 1 Soprano Solo 3 4 Pat plans to go to Denvel Unlverslty THS f 1949 ' m g, f J 'ur ILAZER to 'J' -1 , Q E .15 'X - O . lt ' ' U - - -,. . 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Larrys fax orite subgect 1 bookkeeping Basketball 1 2 Track 1 2 He plans to go to college 'CI-ILEPP MARVIN What I have learned I have forgotten wha I lnow I have guessed Marvie Deans fav orite subiect is economics Football 2 3 4 Letter 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Letter 3 4 T Club 2 3 4 He plans to attend school lh Chadron SCHLOATMAN GWENDOLYN Shes a whiz at any quiz Gwen entered as a ophomore from Arnold Nebraska Her favorite subject is shorthand Choir 1 2 3 4 G1rls Glee Club 1 2 3 National Honor Society 3 4 Vice President 4 Pep Club 4 Girls State 3 Vocal Ensembles 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Thespians 4 Dramatxcs Club 4 One act Play 4 She wants to be a secretary 'CI-IUTT BETTY Shes gonna have a happy txme Schutties iavorite subject is speech Band 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Letter 1 3 Cheerleader 3 4 G A A 1 2 Annual Stalf 4 She p ans to attend D U SCHINDLEDECKER PATRICIA A Love the men with pipes Pats f3V0I'1f-9 subject is t ing oir 1 2 3 4 Gi Glee Club 1 2 J 4 Student Council 1 F A Home Nursing 1 Paper Staff 4 A A 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 She plans to be a housewife SIGLER NORMA JEAN The best things come in small packages Norma entered as a Junior from Upton Wyoming Her favorite subJect is shorthand Student Council 3 Pep Club 3 4 Second Drill Leader 4 Letter 3 Annual Staff 3 She is going to the Umversitv of Wyoming SPARKS GERRY I tell vou the world needs more men like me Gerry Deans favorite subyect Journalism Band 1 2 3 4 letter 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Junior Class Play 3 Class Treasurer 4 Dramatics Club 3 4 Thespians 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Paper Staff 4 Co Lditor One a t Play 4 Senior Class Play He plans to become a Journalist photographer 6 --s Page Nineteen .. I .ip I1 ' .1 3 Q Q' l , ' . it ' 1' . r f ,'f"I ' -2. Y . , ...aiias ,rpeikf .Lic 3 l '-7' f,,..., P- 91+ I f Lf D v C . . j v , I , 1 1 Q , . Q ' . : . . . . : A ' ypl , Ch ' D . . ' . Z ' 'FIS W F. . 1, 4g ' ' ' " ' 1 1 ig: G. . . 1. , , I - ' A ." ' ' ' ' is V a g-5.3. ' 'N' l . I . 2' ' - A A . C . ' Q - ' ' 1 Page Twenty -Jlllifz X SENIORS SPENCER, BOB "He studies and sleeps at his own free willj Pistol's favorite subJect is history. Footbal' 1, 2, 3: Letter 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Lette, 1, 3: Track 1: "T" Club 2, 3, 4. He plans to attend college. STEIDLEY. KATHRYN "If she has faults, she keeps them hidden Katie entered as a junior from Scott high Her favorite subJect is American govern ment Future plans Indefmxte SWANSON JANE My how I hate to leave these underclass men Janie entered as a Junior from Chap pell Nebraska Her favorite subJect i Journalism Pep Club 3 4 Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Co Edltoi One act Play Senior Class Play She plans to attend Lolo rado A 8: M TREAT BILL Not that I love studying less but that I lov.. fun more Bills favorite subJect is book keeping He plans to become a rancher THIERWEILER MARY The boys may come the boys may go bu' I go on forever Mary entered 'IHS as sophomore from Greeley Colorado tavorite subJect is band Band 2 3 4 Letter 3 l Choir 2 3 4 Girls ulee Cub A Student Council 4 Class Secretary 3 Pep Club 2 3 4 Drill Leader 4 Letter 3 4 Homecoming Queen 4 Prom Attendant 3 Flute Solo 2 3 4 Paper Staff 2 4 Annual Staff 4 Vocal Ensembles 2 3 4 She plans to go to Colorado A 8: M VAN MARK NORA JANE A sweet disposition with lots of charm I-Ier favorite subJect is Home Ec F I-I A 3 4 President 3 Annual Staif 3 Home Nursing 1 Red Cross 2 She plans S be a secretary VAUGHN JANET Why should I worry'P Ive got my man I think Jans favorite subJect is speech Band L er 3 o1r 1 Girls Glee Club 1 2 3 Junior Class Play Senior Class Play One act Play 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Vice President 3 President 4 Thespians 4 Dramatics Club 3 4 Vocal En senmbles 2 3 4 G A A I 2 Paper Stafi 2 Annual Staff 4 Court Attendant 4 She will work at the Trail drugstore VONDRA HELEN MAE Those dimples get them every time Dollie entered as a Junior from Scott high Hen favorite subiect IS modern problems Future plans Indeflnite 'FHS BLAZER b I to -1 F. 4? , '- -- me .45 ' Q 'AQ 4: K, il If Jr.: . uf, 1949 Q, lo 'VXA rl"J.' l' l -l-T Q THS BLAZER Q75 1 LVQ V4 Page Twenty-One 1949 1' v i I 1 4' ' - Q ' ' 'H av' Af- SENIORS VONDRA VERONA She had so many brnght ldeas her hau turned red Red entered as a Junxor from Praxrle Center Her favorxte subyect IS art Glrls Glee Club 3 4 Annual 3 She plans to be ome a nurse WAGNER BOB He doesnt let studying interfere Wlth his educauon Bobs favorlte subJect IS ag Trackl FFA 4 Future plans rancher WARD GILBERT For he rs young and easxly led astray Bird 'ag forces Egg s favorrte subJect ns musxc theory Band 2 3 4 Letter 1234 Cholr 2 3 Boys Glee Club 2 Track 3 Boys State Flute Solo l 2 3 4 He plans to JOIH the U S WHs.TMAN DONALD R ,pw-'Y The gleatest men may ask questlons some tlmes Dons iavorlte subJect xs bookkeep ln Football 3 4 Lette 4 T Club 4 Student Councll 1 F F A 1 Boys State 3 Annual Staff 4 Papel Staff 4 Co Buslness Editor He plans to go to the UHIVSTSIQB Center WINKLE DONNA A frlend m deed Her favorlte subject 1 chemlstry Cholrl 2 3 4 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 Student Councll 1 2 4 Class Treasurer Class Vlce President 4 Pep Club 1 2 G A A 1 2 Future plans Indefmxte HARPER KARL G My mxrror tells me Im a lady kuler Harps favorxte subJect IS chemlstry Band 1 2 3 4 Presldent 4 Prom Attendant 3 Band Letterl 2 3 4 Choxr 1 2 3 4 Junior Play 'Z Student Councrl 3 4 Class Presl dent Dramatlcs Club 3 -1 He plans to be come a doctor N0 L PICTUHED COFFEE TOMMY A man of few words but he uses them otten Ick entered as a semor from Harrx son Nebraska He plans to be a farmer FOOT' RODNEY Who knows hon much he Knows F F 1 Rodx ey IS gomg to be a rancher URBACH RUTH If szlence were golden shed be a mxlllon alress Her favorxte subJect IS bookkeepmg Red Cross 4 She IS gomg to a Bxble school CURRY VAUDIE Im xlways studmg unless lm do ome thxng else and I'm usually aomg sometlung else Vaudxe entered from Tucumcaxl Nevt Mexxco as a semor Her fax orrte subJect rs shorthand and her future p'ans are mdefm lte :L F ' 1 I 1--- V Y 4' 1 ,I , . . 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I., ,' v,', . 1 ' I 5 vt ' if I E t If - HAL, . f ' . .A. .V A ' .v A Page Twenty Two elllili 3 x 'A 54' YSBI' X 1949 f V I :Vu SENIOR CLASS WILL I Ramona Goltz wlll my HIIISIIC ablllty to Dolothy Klnaade Betty Gorham wlll my woln out art matellal to anyone who wants to take Art next Elden Mlller wlll my ablllty to late date and get by w lth IS to Keltn Kot XYIIZ I Bernlta Hahn wlll my ablllty to make frlends easlly after coming to a new school to Elleen Wood I Betty Herdt wlll my beautlful long llall to Slnlley Noloe I Vzctor Mlyahala w lll my holn llmmed glasses to Mls COHIIIS SHICC hel own ll8ldlW show at all I Alene Montgomel V wlll all my school supplles to the lost and found depaltment hop lllg the underclassmen w lll fllld some use fo them I Tlm Pease wlll my populalltv wlth the sophomole glrls to Jack DeBolt I Gwen Schloatman wlll my wondeltul pelsonullty and numerous abllltles to anyone who wants to make a success ln llfe I Pat Shlndledecker w lll my beautlful contralto XOICG to Marlyn Atklnson aftel I leaye to marly my handsome flance I Mahlon Peterson wlll my aCl.lllg ablllty to Jennle Lee Mullay ln hopes lt Wlll HSSISL her 111 future dramatlc actlvltles I Ruth Urbach wlll my abllltv to be at SCllOOl C3115 to Joan BIOVHI wlth the hope that she w lll not be spendlng so much tlme lll the OIIICE Martln Rankln wlll the tln 111 my front name to help elect quonset huts Dona Beth Klttel man wlll my blonde streak along XVIUI the nlckname of H2 O2 to Neva Jane Slgler Harold Ramlrez wlll my long legs to Petunla Hested because I belleve lf they wele comblned wlth hls b1'a1l'1 lt should seat lllllfl Ill the Whlte House some day Stout the half to Ellen Kjormoe wlll my ablllty to copy Woody Hermans clarlnet technlque to Joyce Wesley Rathbun wlll my ablllty to go wlth Oldel glrls to Blll Shaln Gladys McIntosh wlll the sulpllsed explesslolls on people s face when I graduated at anyone else who can do lt Jack RLfe wlll my executlve spot ln the woman ll8l9lS club to Jelrol Kluhelz Pat Robey Wlll the measles to any Ul1d6lCldSSlT1Cl'l who could care to have them ln thelr senlor year Schlager drlll lead that way to work We Lawrence Schlagel and Nolm'l Slglel wlll our long tlme fll6lldSh1p to Teddy and Vlrglnla DeVlel tBrothelly lol el Lucllle Roush wlll my ablllty to stay home ll1ghl.S and study to Paula Alnswol th Betty Schutt wlll my sense of IIUITIOI to Kenneth Andel son Jane Swanson VVIII my WSICIIOIQE of ITlllIlOl'lS oi clothes to no one because I need them Marvln Schlepp wlll my classy colds wlth all the klds names on them to James Hawk Mary Trlerweller wlll my loud VOICE to anyone who cares to next year take over the Job ot er Gerry Sparks WIII my ablllty to be a Casanova to Bllall HGIHZ Verona Vondra wlll my ablllty to have my halr turn red over nlght and and stay Wllma Purtle Bob Spencer wlll to Nell McCarty the Job of t klng Ay eloa Shcuettpelz home from Janet Vaughn wlll my way Wlill the boys to Charlotte Veta Blllle Tl eat wlll my success lll 4 H w olk dullng llgh school to Eddle CHIICI Nora Jane Van Mirk wlll my talent Ill westeln 'Ill to Suzanne Vaughn We Robert Wagner and Vaudle Curry wlll leave hopes of seelrlg each othel once a whlle after school IS out I Helen Vondra wlll my ablllty to take ICXISXKS tjust for fum to thc Junlor class you lucky klds I Gllbert Ward wlll my lllCklldlTI6 of Bud Egg to anyone who would klndly take ll off my hands I Donna Wmkle wlll my fall comp 9XlOl'l to Elalne HO1kEl1bI1Ilk I Don Whltman Wlll my pocket Edltlllll How to Wln FFIQIICIS and Keep 'Ihem to anyone who IS lnterested f - ' - - 9 ' I I- 2 lx 'Q 1 5 ll1 sul- ' l g K I ' Q 1: . ."x' - - ' X . 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X -.Ti 1949 ' - ,, .. 574 , 1- ' Vg' M Z, SENIOR CLASS WILL Vy L L111o1 Class ol 19 9 of Torr1ngto1 H1gh Toxrmgton Vyyommg Umtca States ot ast Xylll and tesmment 1eyok111g 111 10111161 bcqueaths 1nd c1ey1ces oi yyh1teye1 11atu1e.s by IIS 11111111 IIODIIIE that the IQCGIXQIS yy1lll1nd IIIQITISLINQS yy o1thy ot tl e1r legames Ameuca bemg ot sou11d ITIIIICI and body do hereby mare dl L 1 e t s o 1 1tl1e1 1 Allen yylll IYIf 1 rye IIlll.ll to 1 y h b1c.1k as wel as I 11e l1e I Helen Allalld w1ll my Vyaslnngton lellow to no o11e SIIILB I lntend 1e 11111 to 11 m bOyJll I Jlm Applegate yy1ll my tallness to Buzz Neu Schultz 111 hopes e lngh st'111da1ds '1s I haye 1 ICIQII I Betty Bow w1ll my yyeddmg pl ms to 'lllylll e whose pi ents yy1ll allo y the 1 e g1.1du .1t1on marllage I Phyllls Bullock yy 111 my 3b1l1ly to plav Authors to Shnley Gamble I I'om Cass1dV yylll my way yy1th women to Ke1th Copper 1n hopes that he ll be as blg a wc111 111 klllel as I am We Fled Backhaus and Bettv C,ll'llllI w1ll o111 pnkmg spot to DOIIIII VV"Ilk0I and Du111e HHIIIS Phylhs Call w1ll my Jumor coyyboy to the undeulassmen to keep an eye on 111m wlnle I am 1n Fexas Challes Baxthel w1ll my blonde 111111 and qulet w 1ys to P1nl1y Cllngenpeel Betty ' ou Chngm 111 w1ll the 1ud1to11um alsle to tl1e LllICIClCl"lSSYTlCll smee I exput to t1ade lt 111 to1 1 chu1cl1 model We J1m Broyyn and Kath1y11 Ste1dley XVIII OUI l1ttle blue W1llys to Joan Krug 11d JIITI VIOYIISOYI smce we plan to buy a Bu1ck IH tl1e near future I Ioy ce Croft w1ll the 1nve11t1o11 of the telephone b'1ck to Aleyander G1al1'1m Bell as II SCHIES me halt to death I Iom Coftec yy1ll my lust n1me to C1yst1l Bee1s as she 15 so young she should stlck to Loltee FIOIIQ Dayls w1ll my good nature and pop11la11ty w1tl1 EVCIVOIIG to Lou A1111 Qulldblllg Ge1ald Cwssxdy w1ll my shyness ol yy omen to 'Iom hennehy is he seem to be get tmg olf on tl1e wrong foot Shnley DCVISI I Martha Dllllkel yy1ll my yy hlte pea1ly teeth to the Ipana Company I Bnll DeW1tt w1ll nothmg because I stexted out yy1th nothmg attamed no111 ng 1nd would gne 11r1th111g eye11 11 I had I Petty Eagle yy1ll my seat 111 111111111 DCIl0d study hill by M1 Syye11111ge11s uesk to IIIWOII1., who heh IYCS I9 well as I I Rodney Foote w1ll my eu1ly 11111 to Rusty G11ft111 111 hopes It w1ll gne the 1ls mo1e swoon mate11'1l We INOIHYI Jeanne Ewton IVIHIIOIIC Johnson and M111111 I6 Maude yy1ll hope that eyely Lll1dLILl"lQS alll yylll some diy CXDLIIGIICL the p11de and IIHDDIIIESB of 'lCCCf7LlIlg '1 eIl'll and tha yye hue 11 1 11 lc the l0lTlllllL sex to be Io1d be1n1d1ne Flkms yylll gladly leiye Tl-I9 to t '11l the paths of ITVIIIIITIOIIX 1 nope' Xll 11111 Fxley yy1ll leaye to no one of THS my futuxc plans ll 11111g 1 II 1 s s 1 Q1Ily A11 IL NIL I"I0lCIl'llll yy1ll 1ny lblllly to 1111cle1st111cl 1hem1 t1y t Jllllhlll Q111dCl1111 Donna Janssen yy1ll my ab1l1ty to haye a felloyy flon Scottsbluff md 1 '1 Illlglllll lelloyy yt the same txme I Robe1t Klllllell yy1ll 1ny alylhty to haye '1 to1nb1nat1on of '1 syyeetheaxt CIVILIIIQLII to C. 111 X11Atee I Do1otl1y Kmg yy1ll 1e1t1111ly Illle to le1ye IIIN 11111101 dleam boy beh II I N mkey Kllllll yy1ll my b11gl1t 1 d 1nat11a11 lan to C181 l1ott lIODllIg 11 11s 1le te1npe1 to go yy 1th It 1a1 s essu yy1l1 not yy1 IIIX Il llllf r11nd to anyone b 111s 1 yyy yyoy I 1 lILll up yylth EIIISIC fo E, , , -1 ! 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Fuundf. mx ilu 400 Q N 1 quite IIN dClSt"il1dll1E xxhwt thm mmm I ciguded to 'wk Sonuone I dl xc bl ulx d mn the mam stxcci e llttle x age und I x nutuc tm xmmes xxcxc 111 UlIl1I11Cd own and gold md The C1155 ot 40 ix Q nmus J 11 CUIIUNI x 1 been thmoughlx imused I puked ms ml md bLg,m xx 111 mg dmxn Ihr. 2.11 t I notlced 1 11615011 who Seemed 10 It ogmfe me I hulllgd fmxx Qld and found mx old frmnd 'VIAHLON IETERKON F1om om Lum 015111011 xxhuh imloxxed I lemned th x1 he xx wi the offmml stleet ax eepcx oi thus httle town winch xxas made up oi ilu mcmhem oi the Lhss ol 11111 hx MICKEY KIRLIIN VVHIT'VIA1N R N md hex luQb'mrl D1 DON WHITMAN Thcx xwcxe axded bx ELSIE HOLEMANI IREAU R 'X md hex husbquc' BTLL TREAT xuo lb me mmtm As me pmoceeded MAHLON asked n L 11 I would 10111 mm and 1115 xx 119 the 'olmex FLORIS DAVIS xx here he called Fouls Vklule 1 was Vnilillli, 1 p Lkeu up the lo al nux pa Pl The 'lxalla Lnd Blazel edlted bp GERRX SPARKS and hls unc the foxmm JAINE AINNE SWANSON The headlmei lead Blg Celebmtxon Tlus Ex enmg Honmmg Retulmng Football HGIOOS CO1' FEE md BACKHAUS It seems they xxele I'6lLl11ll1g hom the Rose Boxxl 'md the entue town was tuxnmg out to grent them When I looked up I sau mo gnls xunnmg down the Queer I ww told that they wexe MATHERA ALLEN BACKHAUS and MARTHA DUNKER COFFLE, who xx fmted To be fxrst ln lme at auppel A I had some bpme mme I consented We xxeut mto Q dxugstore After Suppel that ewemug ue also xxcnt to meet thy tmm The pohceman CHARLE: BARTHEL vas haxmg 1 hand tune dncctmg thc hemx tmlfxc Lookmg up I sau a cloud ox dust Ill the d1St3llCE xxluch tulned out to bg BOB KLUHERZ md hm Jeep As he atopped wxexal people got out md I heaxd za tenlblo mcket I looked up m QLIIIJIISB and sux DONA BETH KITTERIVIAN KLLHERZ GILBERT WARD md Phxlllb LALL. xx ho had deuded to honox the cxoxxd bx plnmg in Ollglllill uumbu oi GILBERTS After thls the cxovucl seemed to bc moxmg m lhe gcneml ch 1. 1 on of the tmx 11 hill so I follow ed Fx QISONC entelecl md xx as SL ated md thu a DIUHI HH hegfm The fnsl nunbex on the pxogmm vxas 1 bus solo bs the noted BOB WAGNER I notued Q nommotlon Ill the inst xovx and to mv iuxpx 154. It mis XAUDIIL LURRII-. x lm had IUS1 tmntcd I was iold 11111 sho was onlv sxxoomng and th 11 xt lmppened xux 011111 ind xx 15 no Q IUSC Im 1l'axm Next 011 the pmgx mm was m mstxumcntwl Qo'o bx RODNIEX IOOTE 1 nompmlcd bx ROBERT SPEINCER JANFT XAUGHV LASSIDX 'md TOM who unc slttmg beslde me told me that RODINEX h1d uxst bccn mated T1 lla I nd most cllgxblr bu! Um Next on the plogmm xx as 1 mumbai hx the scxcn mhmus gnli BETTY BOX BHI TX LALAHAN BETIY GORHAM BE'I'1X HLRDI' BPTTX QI VXIQMAN BETTY EAC in ml BETTY SCHUTT They mme ancompamnd oi uruxsc bv ROBFRT SPENCER These numbus xxexe io'loxxed bv 1 spccnh bs the lugh ch mol pmnupal MARTIN RANKIN who mtxoduged to us 1 commlttee ot tluce who had 1 151 made 1 Nt utlmg dlscox C13 wbout thc defects oi the 'ntomu THS BLAZER bl 1 1 : - f -- - fo I I ' , Q1 - 5 ' - h .. 4 Kx 5 4 I I - v Q lf: - D 5 ,, . wg. . . 1 , A --'AU' if I. '-- A-' ' ' ' ' I3 1 S E C L 9 77 - C Y W1 ' . 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" THS BLAZER 1 AVP V49 I-X Page Twenty Frve 1949 T, ,., - 147 M ' 4 SENIOR CIASS PROP!-IE Y bomb Thrs commrttee TI'VI PEASE CHARLES MESSER and JIM APPLEGATE-then endeawor ed to explarn rt to the audrence It was what some people mrght call rather borrng After about three mrnutes I heard a sound from .- person rn the row behlnd me The sound grew louder and frnallv I turned around to see what rt was To my amafement there was WESLEY RATHBLN asleep on the shoulder of BERNITA HAHNI hrs grrl frrend who was tryrng to qulet hrs snore At last wrth the 'rrd of the usher VICTOP MIYAHARA they awoke hrm It then became more quret and I attempted to concentrate on the lecture I was interrupted by three grrls who wer t yrng to sell popcorn Tleev xere GLADYS MCINTOSH ALENE MONTGOMERY and RAMONA GOLTZ As soon as the grrls left we settled down to lrsterr to the rest of the speech The master of ceremonres ALAN KEFVIIG then closed the nrograrr by announcrng a program the follownrg Frldav nlght featuring RUTH URBACH 'NORA VAN MARK and HELEN VONDRA ln the T vrng Trro who were l8lS1llg money for the benefn of the Broken Hearts club managed by HELEN ARLAND and IRENE DES ENFAINTS Not wrshmg to burden Petersons by stayrng all nrght I rnqurred the way to a hotel Upon arrlxrng at the hotel I found the desk clerk to be none other than JIM BROWN aSS1Sted bv hrs wlfe the former KATHRYN STEIDLEY I was asslgned to room number 49 and the JOHNSON ANDREWS INORMA EATON BROOKS MARGE MAUDE ANDERSON DORO'1HY KING HENRY PAT SI-IINDLEDE KER LEINDECKER and VIRGINIA EXLEY WERGER who w ere Just returnrng from trrerr w eeklv sew mg club Thev told me marrred lrfe was wonderful' ELDEN MILLER the operator sard hrs w 1fe VERONA was attendrng a partv given by PAT ROBEY DeWrtt and BILL announcing the er gagement of LAWRENCE SCHLAGER and NORMA SIGLER As I got out of the elevator I notrced MARY TRIERWEILER SCHLEPP and MARVIN gorng rnto then hotel room GERALD the bellboy told me they w ere just returnlng from thelr honevmoon When I reached my room I called he olfrce and recognrzed the VOICE ol LUCILLE ROUSH She told me about sexerfrl other people whom I remember JOYCE CROFT had turned out to be an old mard school teacher as she had always predrcted And DEE JAINSSEN had made rt to Hollvwood It seems a talent scout had seen her actrng ln a hrgh school plat and presented her a contract LUCILLE was busy so I left a call for sex en and retlred At seven the nerct mornlng I was rudelv awakened by ELLEN KJORMOE who had been 1 farthful employee of the hotel lor tears On my way out I notrced HAROLD RAMIREZ the manager tall-:mg to hrs stenograplrers GWEN SCI-ILOATMAN and DONNA WINKLE They drdn t appear to be very busv so I stopped to chat for a moment The mallman entered the hotel w 1th the mall I notre ed a woman run frorr- her room and I recognlzed my old frrend PHY LLIS BULLOCK who took one look at her mall and farnted I couldnt flgure rt out hut GWEN told me not to trv rt happened ex ery day After thrs I decrcled It was tlme to leave so brddrng mv trlends adreu I left thrs lrttle x llage As I droxe away I found m self glancrng back and hoprng that some d'rv I would meet my Trarls End as successfully as t e class of 4.1 met thelrs LGvkfQ..f I-I 4'YxL- I 4,g.,n..,4-Q LA! LUX! Gu E, 1 ' ' 3 Q . if , K ' ' -1 n . IL va i-i v ' , ,, . A , 4 A Q ' . , e 7' 'nr . 1, Q s X Y , ., C bellboy, GERALD CONNOLLY, took my bags to thevelevator. In the elevator I savr MARGE I .75 L - ' , . 'Yi Y K1 - - - HY v ' K4 . .I I' H L Luo Wx, ffxlbvf' ff F 0' Q q533f6a'f3 X if! ' Q f 7 Xx Em ,522 a if 4 EXQKQ uf M- A104 flax 2C X NO E, fsbwgffcc Page Twenty-Eight THS BLAZEF fx 7949 f H 4 'L 1 49 9 lxe.: ic E." JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS John Sparks Kenh Konwxiz Florence Penn Shu-ley Nolde JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY Belng the flrst freshmen to enter THS halls Wlthout havmg to be 1n1t11ted one hundred th officers of them boldly made thelr entrance They started off the year of 46 by electlng err as Roy Hughes presldent Dora Bates VICE presxdent and Max Srmth secretary treasuren Stlll wantmg to be dlfferent they gaxe a leap sem baby ball m thur sophomome vear The ireckled faced gals brought the1r bashiul heart throbs to th1s Thxs year they were govern M S xth vice resldent Florence Penn secletarv and Shnley Nolde treasurel Starting off thelr Junxor year these kads elected John Sparks presldent Kelth Kott WltZ vlce presldent Florence Penn secxetarv and Slurley Ixolde treasurer To earn money to the prom they raffled off a turkey and presented thelr class play Hts Nlght Out Thts as most Jumors would say was a huge success Stlll strugglmg Wlth thetr fmanclal problem ot the rom and banquet they gave a Pollcemans Ball Thls was one of the hlgh spots of the yeat P On May 13 they presented the semors yuth then annual banquet prom Havmg flmshed three glorlous years of lugh school they are nov xearlv to step mto the shoes of the SCHIOYS for their last year m the halls of THS J N I 1 R I -.- I - fi ' ' ..' tx gi E .il '5f'4v" .X Q ,,,., I7 -' '-rf" ed by Jim Morr,ison,preside11tg ax, m' , ' p -' -3 I , 'I' I 1 . 1 Q' J, .L tl I kj ' l Q If lp A, fuk 4 PQI J QU M THS BLAZER Nl tn" Page Twenty Nine "' -7 194 ' 1 - 31 f 9 - - .:. ,4,,l4 5 v gtwgfkf. fx' YAQ - 75' K W ' Qf 4, " C7 J U N I O R S Kenneth Anderson Lelan Asa "Bi ta--1.1 'Ji' on 'F' x 'Yngv 1 A um-A , 1 ,. 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X m W ,ag in ,hai 4 -- ""a J' use Helen Atkinson Bob Baldwin Jacquelyn Barker Tom Bohannon Dorothy Bolger Clifford Brookshire Julian Candelaria Darlene Canfield Norma Clingenpeel Stuart Clingman Donna Cooper Everton Cope Robert Crossley Louie Cruces Vernon Day Virginia Devier Robert Flinn Jack Flores Dale Gheen Norma Goering Harvey Grasmick James "Rusty" Griffin Clara Harris Duane Harris Clifford Harsin James Hawk Lee Hayano Carol Heckart Eugene Henry Esther Herdt Lucille Herz Donna Hollman Donald Hornby Billy Howell Jean Ann Howell Audrey Huckfeldt Elvis Hunter Vivian Johnson Dick Keenan Jean Kelley b i JUNIORS Dorothy Kinkade Jerol Kluherz Charles Knowlton Keith Kottwitz Erma Jean Lewark Irene Markley Carl McAtee Edward McKeehan Beva Jean Miller Lawrence Moore James Morrison Kenneth Morrison Jennie Lee Murray Duane NeuSchultz Mary Nicholas Shirley Nolde Delores Ochsner Nellie Otto Florence Penn Bob Ponder Audrey Powell Virginia Rhoades Albert Rodriguez Donna Jeanne Rogge Betty Schaneman Eugene Smith Max Smith Paul Snow John Sparks Betty Starner Jacquelyn Steben Alice Ann Trollope Charlotte Veta Don Vondra Patsy Vossler Donna Fae Walker Mary Ann Ward Billy Werkle Patricia Wilson Eileen Wood A-Maxam 'N'-'f f Bw i ww , 'W 42' an-.4 , ..: Q? X ,fv.., .1 is Q in ,J y. lmff an e 'S -' 1 Q? SVI' ' M1 49 3' 'S ii. 4 I ww W0 x - - x zzr .::,.. , .,,,. 6, X - Q W 4 f Nr 5 ix A 3. ii., A ,Ex ..., A 3--E -I s A J.-,N 5 Q t X -v,, A M x J ' L 'fi ,gm-Q ' t A , 1 , A ' H , , Q In "'F5 .:5.- " K ' A x ,, 35 Q. 7? .Q n."' at.: '51 LA X df X"w-.F . few- 1 75:3 'X g , ,Q M -'www . of S2 ? 1 'J Y ef- N X CU QQ xv.: Xwo CR SQGRQ W X N 8 xx, Q . Page Thxriy Four THS 514525111 S3 5 X 1949 'W ' ' in 49 o " 4 ' 54: x eg: S QA A. f I 5" 1 9 3 i SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS W lo Jvyt tl 2 9 W 0 --- 005569, Y' at XX 0 NZM Robert Rodriguez Kenh Copper Anabeth Sparks In the eventful year of 1047 these new and green freshmen entered the THS halls vt 1th a bang They got rlght down to busxness and elected Blll Hovey presldent Charles Dax IS nee presxdent and Shlrlev Gamble secretaxw treasurer Mlss Leona Ovxens and Mr Henry Rohn were class sponsors To end the wear vtlth a bang thew gave a St Patr1ck Dax dance vuth exerv one xx earmg somcthmg green Next came the sophomoxe year Thls proved to be qulte an eventful year for the sophomol es Flrst they elected the1r class offlcers The5 x ere Robert Babs R0dllgU6Z presl dent Kelth Copper VICE prsldent Anabeth Sparks secretary and Joan Krug treasurer Havmg been vsllled the Sadle Hawkins dance bv the class of 48 they presented thls m regular Dogpatch style wxth every one dressed as a Dogpatch character smoklng thexr corn cob plpes and carrymg guns Nou they xxlll be ready to step mto the shoes of the 1un1ors and be knovtn as upper classmen I W Uwe 67 W S jkcstfy MMIFV My NJ WW MMM I - t L. t - if N S' I' X is . sr ' L "ix 6 lil 0 f' "l 0 ,, 'ax' ,u A, fiv' 07 J a 0 " '20 9 F 0. Uv ,rf ' 41.11 x 40 X us- 96 yy? S M 62,0 'K S 2 M, bk I yt Y o ' A , gg , , y A A In will U K X! , .fx , fb X. ' j , , 1 . Iv ,',, I M! f A " AW r .9 f- ' r r f - ' ' I 'I o' V, l I THS BLAZER Page Thuty I-'we Nl ' ,K 1949 -4 'J ' ,,,u 1 ' A 1 eg' 'Aa M ' f SOPHOMORFS Uaula Amsvxorth 0311109 Arp Ma lyn Atkmson Fxances Backhaus I IS Baxnes Robert Barthel Shu lev Barthel Loule Ba tow Wllma Bartow Phyllxs Baxtel L3 ba a Beeae Kennemh B evms y e Brlght Rosella B ockel Joan Blown Jean Canf1e1d Eddxe Caxter Donald Connol y Kelth Copper Charles Dans Jack DeBolt Shlrley Devler Ahce Jean Edwards Cralg Elllot Marlene Estes Wyoma Ferguson Wayne Flelcls Davld Flowers Gerald Ford Dorothy Freouf Donna Frxedlan George Fr1t71er Ma v Lou Fronapfel Snlrlev Gamble Lona Gheen Harrls Greene Rlchard GlVCl1S Ly nn Glover Shlrley Hansen Tom Hart Bvvan HGIIIZ on -, .- . e u, H' 5? ' ' - I ' ' . ,, 5 'j-:JI f A Q , K --1? y 1 I qi' - hi: ' Y JLY.. ff' I Elnora Herdt Wilbert Herdt Kenneth Mested Bill Hovey Roy Hughes this Hunter more Jerry Johnson Don Jones Tom Kennelly Dan King Mary Beth Kjormoe Joan Krug Alex Lampros Jo Ann Lay Charles Lira Sharon Ludden Jo Ann Lynch Hazel Maguire Wayne Maude Neil McCarty Vera Rae Merrill Joyce Mills James Montgomery Bryan Morris Douglas Osborn Patsy Perry Wilma Purtle Shirley Ramsey Donald Rathbun Robert Rodriguez Gordon Schloatman Avelda Schuettpelz Joan Schuppe Billy Schwartzkopf Bill Shain Wendell Shindledecker Neva Jane Sigler Shirley Slagle Anabeth Sparks Tony Stelma Theodora Stewart Arlene Stoeger THS BLAZER g h t 1-X A Y 1 .VV me a ,, , - V44 'A' , X Q 1 4 SOPHOMORFS QT! J t lBtt DSI W dAdv W wfjat f' ,J QW' 'l O ff-Z ! C""5ff+'1ia7 TM? WW P T ' y-S n as il- i ,Q . ' . N.l f g-1 1 .1 ...- - I P -. "" :L 7 ' Al' l .n'- - 'f 'E-wrt' s 9 ' Y gm- ' w, left to right 1 Joyce Stou , Elzina Stowell. Zella Rae Sweeney and Ann Trierweiler. 0 om row, left to right 1 iirley Urbach, Wayne Veal, Ann oodworth an u r A P 'ymzm, r I V -f f' 4 .I I I W J 'V U n J ZW 7 fafyfl I l ,v 5 K' K .-- ' - s . ' f tl , l s VL ' W' JJ l ,U A Q ' . f fs , 7 f 1 V V, 'f ' x ' f I 7! KA ,1 pl 'll we 6? 74" W l61ll,, I ll A b 0 ,x ,il HIL!! - JJ., gl ,V "-r X k JO' ' J-""- lfii, 5 Qi.-'PQ ,ilu 'Q..' 'x . U -' 1-N I' - U E 51,0 . X 2-F fl' ' , ' i IM ' s nf.. ,H Page Forty 9 ? fix fm f THS BLAZER bl 1 1 v 54' X x Y f "" 'V FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Ted Schlager Betty Schnever Tom Wills Ahce Kubo FRESHMEN Cl ASS HISTORY mxtlatlon so they qulckly elected for thelr class offlcers the follovsmg Teddy schlager president Luella Pmky Cllngenpeel v1ce presldent Tom W111 secretarv Allce Kubo treasurer The members of the faculty assigned to lead the class act1ut1es of thelr flrst N631 lll THS xx exe M1ss Angell and Mrs Keelme For the Chrlstmas assembls they gave a clever sklt Ill Vkl'llCh all the characters dlsplay ed dramatlc talent that may prove valuable lll future years After many successful actlx mes the freshman class has made xtseli known and vull be ready to take hte role of sophomores next year X 1 , , O I ' .- - 54 XX 'S' l'1 -l f Ah 2 , Q .. , 'V40' 3 J'.. l.-' - ' G' -'4 h Q W ' 1 ' - The newcomers to THS this year again. did not havelto recuperate from the lusual TH5 BLAZER Page Forty One I -1 1 vb- 42 F-4Yq.'4 il , fic.-u-'js 1 'l ' -P I . 21, 1 v f' "' , 7 , 15 4' ' VA I 'A' K f s 9 A 5 FRESHMEN John Anderson Nancy Applegate Sally Archer Teressa Arebalo Ramona Barajas Allen Barber Smrlew Basmger Cry stal Beers Harold Bolger Helen Bolger Vlabel Brlslawn Do othy B own Ed1th Brown June Brovx n Gerald Bush Donn1e Calahan Mlrlam Call Alfonso Candelarla Llla Carmlchael Arlene Fhllds Luella Clmgenpeel Dawxd Correa Robert Cuthbertson Jack Dalss M3lXlll D218 Eduaxd Delgado Francls Delgado Jack DesEnfants Jxmmv DENNIS Shnlex Exchorn Clal ence Fleck Shulex Frasxex N611 Fue Roger Hamer Rlcl amd Haut Gexald Heckaxt Gan Hemz Lorrame He1m'm Robext Huduleson Blll Huston Elame Holkenbxlnk 1 "W ' r ' r ' . . g Darlene Eisenbarth . 1 1 , , FRESHMEN Wlllard Hovsell Bob Jensen Vxola Johnson Janis Jordan Gene Kamerzell Rlchard Kelly Mary Pat Keenan Eva Klrlm Jack Klrkpatrxck Don Kluherz Alxce Kubo Vlrgmla Lmdsay Lavern Lyke Shlrley Markley Gene Martmdale EISIE McCabe Kathryn McCabe Dorothy Mlller James McCullough Glenda Montgomery Dlck Morris Anna Morrls Evelyn Norrls Rlchard Pettlt Don Pxtmon James Powell Mary Jo Pueblo Marjorle Quade Sally Ann Rejda Charlotte Rodriguez Phllllp Rogge Mary Rosales Betty Ross Dean Rowe Lou Ann Sandburg Ted Schlager Jo Ann Schlepp Harrlet Schloatman Betty Schrlener Vlvlan Schumacher Myrtle Serl THS BLAZER U' s V4 Page Forty Three X 1949 - ,, .. VA' 6 FRESHMEN lTop row left to rxghtb Dean Smxth Donna Smlth Norma Snell Roger Steben Don Tallabas and Harry THICS lBottom row left to rlghtx Ruth Toxxnson Suza me Vaughn Carol Walker Duane Weaver and Tom W11l A? f r- E ,p . A . 1 x PV, 'I ':: In 2 I5 . A'-I 5 '-' ,' f 5 523 Qi 'C' -9 e ig av! " y W X U W - N Q5 ff QL? S 1 -ri S' 'W ...ff-X L I " J G-V-2 at -J," J ll' PM sw X , ,y i QILX5 tj . gut? Page Forty-Six THS BLAZER 4: llllih Xe -e rfb fa- af' rw lt . A47 9. --- , 1,01 5-52-vgvgx is M j.Q3.!, Q JUNIOR CIASS PL Y It all happened when Adam Adams became entang ed Wlth a cravy tax1 drn er wound up m the country and had to walk back to town wlth hls compamon Rosna Mxs Ada ns vxoall turn up ahead of tlme when Adam was sleepmg late to make up for h1s loss or sleep The com nhcatxons caused by Mrs Beans interference and her callmg Dx Fla on1 the ant1c of Gertve and Casper tne arrlval ot Elmer and Mr an d Mxs Cokes at the most moppo tune txmes made a very enjoyable enenmg for the manv who attended , rfjjglp aw ,gff f,d,VL w.7lf ,V . . A of ' 1 - l I ,r J 1 M it my My , x I , '7..' X N ' 1, 1 vw 1 I Jfu THS BLAZER 1 f 1949 Q -2 v, 1 ,a'.-1 - A Page Forty-Seven , . O 1 I VA' ' 91? 1 I I V P1 . vm w A . 41 - s 9 K 0 ', -y .1 ONE-ACT PLAYS BALCONY SCENE A Man Charles Messe His Frlend Robert Kluher 4. Mother Florls Dav1 Her Daughter Shirley 'Volde A Husband Edward McKeehan A Wlfe Joyce Clof A Gangster Martm Rank1r A G1rl Donna Janssen Director Llovd S MCI-Ceehan CRACKED ICE Bal ney Monroe Gerry Sparks Elmer Backlash B111 DEWII1 Itsu Betty Schut Beautlful Jane Swanson stexe Hambrook Cralg Elllol Dnector Llovd S MCKeehan :E- . 1 ' ' H 2. , ,H I A 5 . V V V K ,, H ,, A V A . 1 I 3 . , f . , , X Z A xy ' ' V J W-3ff"-' ,HEI ,Q Vzzl as , . ,, ., , . Page Forty-Eighx Tl-IS BLAZER fx -- -? 'X 3 .4 .':' 5 " I E ACT PIA A YOUNG MANS FANCY Mrs Hoofle Mr Hoofle Marjorle Bert JoJo Dlrector Mrs Leon Gwen Schloatman James Hawk Janet Vaughn Everton Cope MarJor1e Johnson Ebenhahn :I Q -H , 1 0 N - - Y S Donnie. .,,, Petersor Page Forty-Nine fi ii ' A' .1 O 1 Q I P A 'ii 1 ' . W 1 YM 7 :Ae 'A' , K an I ai lf ly SENIOR CLASS PLAY 0'5 'ww If 'Xe Before a full house the semor class play June Mad was D1CS'5'Ut9d to the pUb11C on the evemng of May 6 1940 June Mad IS a three ict comedv Penny Wood fhnet Vaughn? IS a typ1 cal 15 year old g1rl generally rather careless aoout her look and the despalr of her mother Mls Wood tPhyI11s Calll who 18 on t'1ntly remlndmg her of how a lady should look Chuck HHTFIQ fTom C'ass1dvD a tVplCa1 teen age boy 1S a nexgh bor of the Wood s and a plavmate of Penny s Fln e1 Tuttle fMah1on Petersonl IS Hood natured h1red man vxho does odd Jobs a ound the house Dr Wood fGerry Qrnrksl vs a verv busy doctor who cant qulte understand h1s daughter Eff1e tBetty Eagle? IS the mald Mllly Lou Clklaxjorle Yolrnsonl IS the twelve year old ne1ghborhood nulsance G Mervln Roberts CT1m Pease! IS the orother of Mrs Wood He has been awav to college and brought home wxth hlm Roger Van Vleck CB1ll DeW1ttJ a xx ealthv and d1st1nUu1shcd college frxend xx ho has a very easy tlme xuth female acquamtanccs M1 Harr1s CCharles Messerl IS Chuck S dad and never can understand h1s sons enthus1asm for GITDIHDEQ Ralph and Shxrley Wentworth fM3FtlD Rankln and M1CkQy K1rl1nl a1e old frlends of the Wood famlly Jul1e Earns CJane Swansonl IS G Mervm Poherts attractlve glrl fmend Thxs xxell chosen cast and excellent play met xuth meat success :S- 5' PEP CLUB Y . . .. .v ta 5 By attendmg and advertxsxng all games thls club helped funnlsh the pep for the school and to boost the morale of the student body durxng defeats Under the dlrectlon of the drlll leaders Mary Trzerweller and Norma SlglEl the drxll teams performed at the half tlmes of football and basketoa-l games Officers are Jan Vaughn presldent Shxrlev Nolde vlce presldent fhlrley Gamble sec retarv and Marlvn Atklnson treasurer QBack row left to rlghtl Shlrle Slagle Joyce Stout Barbaxa Beede Sha on Ludden Norma Jean Eaton Jackle Barker Audrey Powell Jean Canfield Zell.-1 Rae Svteeney Shirley Gamble and Donna F1 ledlan lSecond row left to flghtl Marlyn Atkmson Ma Jorxe Maude Joy ce Croft Phxllls Bullock 'ane Anne Swanson Neva Jane Slgler Mary Trlerweller Ma v Arn Wa d Joan Krug Jenny Lee Murrav Ann Trlerxxeller Audrey Huckfeldt Ahce Jean Edwards ani Anabeth Sparks Elaine Holkenbrlnk Mary Pat Keenan F'orence Penn Shlrlex Devler VlXl3l'l Johnson Mary Nlcholas Dorothy Mxller Lou Ann Sandburg Mxrlam Call Louel a Cllngenpeel Sallv Lou Archer Nancv Applegate and Norma Jean Slgler tM1ddle row! Helen Atklnson Shlrley Nolde Betty Schutt Donna Janssen and V1 gm a Deuer 1Rlght rowb Joan Lvnch Wllma Purtle Marv Lou Fronaofel Allce Kubo Dona Beth Kvttermam Gvm en Schloatman Charlotte Veta Joan Brown Bettv Schrle 1er Da lene F se mba th Shlrley Frasler Norma Clmgenpeel Sallv Reyda Do othv B ovrn Cha lotte Rodrl guez MarJor1e Johnson and Evelvn Norrzs Not Pictured Phyllis Call Irene DesEnfants Bettv Eagle J'1n1s Jordan Beva Jean Mlller Avelda Schuettpel7 Suranne Vaughn Pat Robev Bettv Schaneman Pat I-Iunte Elleen Wood Delores Ochsncr Verona Vondra Helen Bolgel Shlrley Baslneer Dlane Weaxeu Vlola Johnson and Donna Lea Smlth l l 1Left row, top to bottombri Paula Ainsworth, Ann Woodworth, Shlrley Pamsey. Elnora Herdt. BLAZER STAFF "-A' 'i 3 an 6-nw .f"' Q'-'nv' ah 'Y fb K Z, ,,- - , I ' I :H2 A 1 Hg A' V,., ',,-. an Ez i A A "'.,. f 15'-1 A V V55::::::: V::'V I V A A :,,:.,:,,,..:,.,. I .IHZ ,vvzzl uuuu A V, , j :EZ IVEEI ' i ,K as 43' i' :'-. J, H 'A z V t K w. 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Page Fzity Two 'ms BLAZER 5 I Quint? fx 1949 , 1- eV.x x ic r gg. g' cr ,,,,,-H 'BLAZER STAFF lTop row left to rxghtl Martm Rankm Dona Beth Klttermin Louis Cruces Florls Duns Alene Montgomerw and Alan Kexmxg lSecond row left to rxghtp Gvxen Schloatman Eduard McKeehan Marjorle Maude and Bob Spencer lTh1rd rovt left to rxghtb Joyce Croft Phsllls Bullock Norma Jeanne Eaton Gerrs Sparks and Pat Robey CFourth rovt left to rlghtl James Applegate Betty Schutt MAPJOI IC Johnson Don Whitman and Donna Janssen lF1ith row left to flghll Shlrlew Nolde Jackie Jean Baxkcx Phwllls Call Betts Calahan und Betty Eagle tS1xth rovt left to right: Charlotte Veta Normu Clmgenpeel and Florence Penn tSeventh rovs left to rglhtj VIVIHII Johnson Jwne Swanson Janet Vaughn and Gladxs McIntosh The 48 49 Blazer annual staff has successfullv reached lts height oi achlexement xuth a blgger and better annual after many hours of hard xxork No account of thc Journalxsm de partment would be complete suthout mcntlonmg the help 1nd advice gnen bx Llovd McKeehan The Annual Staff of 48 49 Co Edltors Jane Su anson and GCTIX Sp nk Asslstants Normfl Eaton and Maljol le Johnson BUSINESS Managers Betty Calahan and Don Whitman Asslstants Norma Cllngenpeel and Phvllls Bullock Organlzatlons Mary Trlervxeller Charlotte Veta Donna Janssen and Alan Kelmlg Art Jennx Lee Murras Marjorle Maude and Shlrlev Gamble Classes Vxvxan Johnson Florence Penn and Edvn ard McKeehan Sports Florxs Dans Tom Halt Bob Spencer and Tom Cassldv Photography Janet V'1ughn Pat Robex and .hm Applegate Snaps Alene Montgomerv Jacl-ue Barker and Maxim Rankm Prophecy Gu en Schloatman Betty Eagle and Joyce Croft Wlll Betty Schutt and Dona Beth Kltterman Poem Gwen Schloatman and Joyce Cloft HISIOTY Gladys McIntosh ' O fi ' 3: ' H X - v E l ll T-11 P 1 ..- ,. . , , 1 ', 1 Q ' iq 3 ' U ' X . 9 L ' ' ' Senior Write-Ups ,, . , ,,,,,,,,,,,,. . .,,,,,, , ,,,,.. . , ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.. 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P3 J11 MM 'go an EEG- zn 3' Ut 1918 49 hun uxeelw XHU1 l lTop row left to Plghtf D1ck Keenan Phyllls Bullock Betty Box Pat Shlndledecker and Gerry Sparks LSecond row left to rlghtl J1m Applegate Betty Eagle Dona Beth Kltterman Gwen Schloatman Jane Svsanson and Don Whltman lTh1rd tow left to rlghtl Shlrley Nolde Jackie Jean Barker Mary Nlcholas and Challotte Veta LFourth rovx left to rlghti Bob Ponder VlYl3l1 Johnson Florls Davls Norma Chngenpeel and Tom Hart The Journahstlcally mspued students of puttmg out a better than ever school paper tl The alms thls year of the paper vlere hugh degree The stafz has also strlxen to SCIXE wbllltx to stlmulate student opxnlon to create sportsmanshlp and to help develop good Llt1Z9l1S pledged themselves wholeheartedly to the task ns year and they reached the ladder of success to enhghfen and lnform the student body ln 1 the students and the school to the utmost of xts and fT13lX1t3lI'l school splrlt to encourage clean Co Edttors Betty Eagle and Dona Beth Klttermax Asslstants Florence Penn and Charlotte Veta Nexxs Edltor Mary Trxexvxellex Assxstants Bettv Box Norma Clmgenpeel Gerry Sparks Mary Nicholas Gwen Schloatman and Nellle Otto OFg8l1lZ8llOllS Edltor VIXIBH Johnson Assistants Pat Shmdledeckex Alene Montgomery Vlrdlnla Devler and Ze'la Rae Svseenev Soclety Edxtox Ilene DesEnfants Assxstants Marv Beth Kmrn oe Joyce Stout Marlvn Atkinson Shlrlev Devxev Joan Lvnch and Jean Canfield Sports Edxtor Tom Haxt Asslstants Bob Flmn Paula Amsworth and Florls Dans Axts and Features Edxtor Jane Anne Swanson Asslstants Audrey Pow ell Jackle Barker Sh1rlev Nolde Dxck Keenan and Bob Pondex Exchange Edltol Betty Calahan Asslstants Betty Hex dt and Jo Ann Brown Alumni Edltor Betty Bow Clrculatlon Manager Don Whxtman Busmess Minagex Jxm Applegate Page Fifty Three ' Q1 y 1949 ,r lf, :L . 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V THB BLAZER RJ 1 5" S A Aw- , YA X CL Page Fifty Five 149 -1 ,.,.'.a 1Back rovx left to rlghtl Kyle Abernethy Elden Mlller Jerrol Kluherz Jlm Morrlson Don Jones Nell Mcloarty Bob Crossley Bob Spencel Kelth Kottwltz Dlck Keenan Bob Ponder Don Whltman Vlctor Mlyahara and Rus ell Swearlngen lSecond row left to rlghtb W1lbert Herdt Charles Messer Harold Ramlrez B111 DeW1tt Tom Cassldy Elus Hunter Carl McAtee Jullan Candelaria and Don Connolly qFront :ova left to xzghtl Tom Bohwnnon Bull Sham Robert Rodllguez Kelth Loppex Jack Rlfe Marvm Schlepp Gerald Connolly and Ted Schlager To be a member ot thls organlzatlon a student must have earned a major letter ln football basketball or track The club sold the game programs at the football and basketball games thls year The boys helped 'at the track meets m the sprmg 1nd sponsoxed one of the most suctessful dames of the yeax The elected officers of the T Club axe Jack Rlfe presldent Kelth Copper uce pxesldent Marx Schlepp secretary and Robert Rodrlguez treasurer , f J' 1 , I I , 47' E C, -- .- T Y' v' Q ' 7 Y ' 4 , , , 1 F Av' K 5 I J Q ' ' al! 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J J ss 's x vs to .. 11 ' 'AU " VA' s DA .54 f A uf: '49 -' P Q FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA EHUMEM al Q M ff Thxs year found the THS chapter of the Future Homemakers of Amerxca completmg 1ts fourth year as a natlonal orgamzatlon Thls organlzatlon took part ln the southeast d1str1ct meetlng held at Pme Bluffs and the state meetmg held at Laramle The glrls sent boxes to the World Chr1s1mas Festn al and to a German Home Economlcs class Mrs Keelme IS the sponsor of the chapter for the year tTop row left to rxghtb Teresa Arebalo Bernadme Elkins Vxola Johnson Shnrley Basmger Dxane Weaver Arlene Chllds Theodora Stewart Elzma Stowell Norma Schnell Carol Walker Ruth Townson Betty Ross Glenda Montgomery Kathryn McCabe and iM1ddle row left to Flghtl Betty Gorham Ramona Goltz Wxlma Bartow Helen Atkmson Pat Vossler Pat Shmdledecker Joan Lay Mrs Keelme sponsor Mars Jo Puebla Pa Perry Elsle McCabe Nellze Otto Jean Kelley and Shzrley Hansen 1Bottom row left to rxghty Dorothy Fleouf Dorothy Kmg Betty Clmgman Vrrgxnxa Exley student councll Betty Box secretary Alene Montgomery preszdent Betty Calahan garlximentarzan MICKEY Klrhn treasurer Nora Jane Van Mark Delores Ochsner and va xrxn 10 EQ , Lorraine Herxnan. 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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Kenneth Morrlson Donald Vondma Gene Martxnc ale Fred Backhaus Victor Mlyahara Laverne Korte Charles Barthel and Rodney Foote lSecond low left to rlghtj Harry Thles John Marquez Jxmmy Powell Harold Bolger Roger Steben Lawrence Moore Richard Hauf Rlchard Kelly Lyle Brlght Bryan Morrls Donald Tallabas Eddie Carter B111 Huston Lee Hayano and Bllly Howell qI'hnd row left to Flghtl Tony Stelma Rlchard Pettlt Jackle K1FkD8tYlCk Mr W1ll1 Eugene Henry Wllbert Herdt Jxm Brown Jerrv Johnsor Bryan Hemz Goxdon Schloatman Gene Kamerzell The Trallblazer chapter of the Future Farmers of Amernca ns affiliated wnth the state and nat1ona1 orgamzatlon The local chaptel IS actlve Ill Dl'O!Tl0tlllg vocatlona' agriculture in the lugh school pro motmg thrxft learnmg to buy and sell and developing leadersh1p These are only a xew ot the punposcs of the Future Farmers of Amrlca C A Wxlll IS sponsor for thls orgamzatlon A A e A Qi., S 1Back row, left to rightb:,Max Smith, Harvey Grasmick, Paul Snow, Edward Delgado, Neil Frye, Page Fifty Eight 'FHS BLAZER X ,X w H Q . - fi I9 9 iq ng st. X x r ef: ,2 JUNIOR RED CROSS fBack row left to rlghtl Elsle Hollman Shirley Hansen Llla Carmlchael Irene Marklev Dorothy Bolger Lucllre Herz Vlvlan Schumacher Crystal Beers Helen Bolger V1rg1n1a Lmdey Patsy Perry Wllma Bartow June Brown Vlola Johnson Dlana We xer Clara Harms and Delores Ochsner lFront row left to rlghtj Donna Hollman Jackxe Steben Pat Vossler Lorralne Herman and Shirley Barthel The twenty four glrls ln the SEYVICE gloup have gone all out to brmg brxghtness and happmess to veterans convalscent homes and to many abroad The Junxor Red Cross completed successfully lts annual pro1ects WhlCh vxere to s nd hfty gift boxes overseas SDOHSOI the membersmp mme, drlve and complete IIS quota of 3230 IIEITLS EISIE Hollman 15 the student chalrman and Mlss Maxy Clemens IS the sponsor of the Jumor Red Cross 41 - B -- -f 5 . -- 4- - gr Q, .l fy A " ' . N: . .-fn 'Mb ig ., 1, -- . B' , 'EN ef ., THS BLAZER Page Fifty-Nine -L 5 " lr 5' g A'q Avg ' , ' Y Q E as ' :I 5 -FJ' VA, 'A' X DW it Y 4 STUDENT COUNCIL 1Back row left to rlghty Gerrv Sparks Mary Trlerweller JIITI Applegate Donna Janssen Bxll DeVV1tt Allce Jean Edxxards Luella Clxngenpeel Marv NICOIHS Je1n Ann Hovxell MISS Marx Clemens and Shlrlex F1 15191 lSecond xoxx left to lxghtb Donald Bullotk Blllx Spalks Donald Tallabas Wllbert Herdt Donald Jones Robelt Flmn Lee Hwxano Florxs Daxls Donna Wlnkle and Bettx Box lFront roxx left to rlghtr Elsie Hallman Vngxn '1 Exlex B111 Hoxev Tom Cass1dv Iohn Sparks Jwckle Rn and W1llene Schaneman The Student Council of THS Lnteued its ttnth xcax hx becoming a membcx of the katlonwl Assoclatlon of Student COLIHCIIS Officers elected for this xg.-n xxeue Torn twssldx IJICSIGQIIY John Spdrks xlce pnesldent B111 Hoxev secretaxx and Mumm Call treats nel Many outstandxng proyects of the student counc-11 fflloxx The COlT!Dl9tl0l1 of handbool s the pep rallies the contlnuance of HOYYl9llll11ll1E Dax and the annual Chrlstmis dnue Another acfompllshment of the council xx IS the lllllflflllllltlll of Dad s Dax xxhuh vms 1 huge success Membexs of the council took one J. the coke machu e xx Inch vxas xn talled last xe'1r 'Ihe student councxl of 48 'md -W oxxes muth of Its progress to the lewdel MISS Marv Ll I 1 emens xx IO ias glXCll her time and abllltx to Ullh Olg'lIllZ'lIlOl1 imcififi 1. 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' .- THS BLAZER Page Sixty ' I QQIIIYE as so - my Q' ay Jr' aff, 1949 tg. 5: rl 3"' :':i m t uc '-' ' - e-'ff :Wff : 40 gl y G, Ka l:-y 5'1" GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CBack row left to rlghtl Ahce Jean Edwards Zella Rae .Sweeney Joan Brovtn Elleen Wood Vxvlan Johnson Mary Nlcholas Elame Holkenbrmk Sallv Archer C rol Walker Ruth Townson and Mlckey KITIIU iSecond row left to Ylghtf Betty Cllngman Donna Frledlan Joyce Mllls Paula Alnsworth Mlss Franz Audrey Huckfeldt Dorothy Mlller Alene Montgomery Glenda Montgomery Betty Box Dorothy Brown and Helen Bolger QFront ron left to rlghtb Jean Canileld Shxrley Nolde Charlotte Veta Vlrgmla Devler Helen Atkmson Pat shmdledecker Pat Hunter Shxrley Devler and Joan Krug GAA ls an organlzatlon to proude opportunltles for glrls to partlcxpate Ill sports actlvltles and to Improve sportsmanshxp Qualxflcatxons for membershlp are as follows ily partncnpatmon ln hlgh school sports 42? earn at least 75 polnts and 431 to remam an actlve memben Ill thls organxzatlon the gxrls must earn 200 poxnts xn athletlc games Offlcers for thls year are Helen Brownle Atklnson presldent Helen Spencer vxce presldent Vlrgmxa Devxex secretary and Pat Sh1ndledecker treasurer . ' . . Y . . . v . . - , V . , ', h '. v - . . V , , l - . . DRAMATICS CLUB 4Standmg left to Tlghtl Donna Janssen Helen Atk1nson James Hawk Donna Jean Rogge Jac-kle Barker Gerry Sparks Everton Cope Edward McKeehan Norma Jeanne Eaton Eugene Henry Charles Knowlton Gvnenoolyn Schloatman and Mrs Ebenhalm fS1tt1ng left to rxghtl Shuley Nolde Vlfglllla Devxer Margorle Johnson Th ee urray F orxs Davls and Vxv1an Johnson The Dramatxcs club was orgamzed ln THS for the flrst tlme m the fall of 1948 Twenty f1ve students are now members of thus new club The elected offxcers are Janet Vaughn presl dent Jennxe Lee Murray secretary and Tom Lassldy treasurer Wlth Mrs Leon Ebenhahn as the sponsor the DFHm3llCS club hopes to become mole actlve ln the future ' ' , ' : " , ' ' ' ' , ' ' . omas Cassidy, Janet Vaughn, Billy DeWitt, Jennie L n M , l ' I 1 V ' ' . THESPIANS CStand1ng left to rlghtb Blll DeW1tt Tom C3SS1dy Gerrw Sparks Edward McKeehan James Havxk Charles Knowlton 1Seated left to right? Shrrlew Noldc Donna Jwnnsen Vrrvrnra DeVrer Marwrre Johnson Jennre Lee Murraw Janet Vaughn F101lS Dans Jackle Barker Thesplans rs the nutronal order of drama In Februarv the Thespmn club of THS re Lerwed rts membershrp rn thrs national dub Together vuth the monthlx mag rnne Dramatrcs euh member recelves a hfe lc ng membership card Installatlon of the The pun troupe took place Ill Aprrl Those quahfwlng bx partrcrpatron rn the senror plav were rnxtrated May ll To become a member ot thls orgamzatron a student must hawe sex entx or more speeches rn two acts oi a ma1or play or earn pornts bw performrng such duties as promptrng stage man 'rgrng assrstmg vsrth make up and advertrsrng Mr MeKeehan has been rrpprox ed bx the Natlorml Thesp 'an as sponsor for the troupe ulgxch has been given the number 757 Mrs Ebenhahn rs ntrve sponsor Members rnclude those rn the prcture and Exerton fope Gxxendolvr Schlo'1tm'1n Phwllrs Call Mahlon Peterson Joyce Croft Trm Pease Charles Messu Martrn Rankrn Jane Anne Swanson . 3 .' r 1 - . 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QC -- TWIRLERS 1Lcft to rlghtl Shlrlex Gamble Shnle DQXIEI Pat Robev Bexa Jean 'Vhller and Shnlex Noldc CHEERLEADERS av-gg, tLc1t to llghtr Helen Atkmson Donna Janssen Bettv Schutt Vxrgn la Deuex md Slurlex INo1de NATIONAI HONOR SOCIETY rBack IOA. left to rxghtl Mxss Ehzabeth Clemens Maxv Nncholas Florence Penn Charlotte Veta Gnlbert Ward Tom Cassldx Everton Cope Chwrles Messer John Sparks T1m Pease Nellie Otto Nora Jane Vanlvlark and Lucille Roush qF1on1 o left to xxghti Maxx Anne Wald Donna Wmkle Floxls Dans Jovte Cloft Jlm Applegate Gvten Schloatman Bettx Eagle Mxckev Klrlm and Norma Slgler The lN'l1,l0I13l Honm Souetv 15 'a l'l'll.lOll undo group mtended to honor the students h'1x1ng 1 00 memge grade and being lll the upper 10 of the class Membexs 'ne Olltglllldlllg 111 SCINILQ Lh'lldLt9l leadership and scholastu, Sllllldlllg The gmu, held meetings xt the homes of a memhu xxhenuex feaslble Mlss III1 :beth Llemcns lS thc leldex of thls Olg"ll1ll'lY.l0ll . 1, xv. . . A L .4, h . 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I ' U fi ' Z ' ' 1 fc . f - CHOIR .ff lTop row left to rlghtj Barbara Beede Verna Rae Merrxll Shlrley Nolde Haxrlet Schloatman Zella Rae Sweeney Janet Vaughn Anabeth Sparks Elame Holkenbrlnk Ellen Kjormoe Shxrley Ramsey Shlrley Slagle Shlrley Devler Marlyn Atklnson Donna Wmkle Donna Frledlan E1leen Wood Phylhs Call and Phylhs Bullock tTh1rd row left to xlghtf Ann Tuerwexlex Mary Trxerweller Donna Vhnke Dorothy Kmg Pat Robey Charlotte Rodr1gue7 Dorothy Brown Myrtle Serl Alene Montgomery Pat Hunter Shlrley Exchorn Mary Ann Ward Charlotte Veta Betty Box MarJor1e John son and Norma Jeanne Eaton Jack DeBo1t Tom Kennelly Carl McAtee Jlmmv Morrlson Gllbert Ward Bob Kluherz B111 Howey Jlmmy Dennis Audrey Povx ell and Ann Woodxxox th lF1rst row left to llght, Shuley Gamble Joan Lynch Alan Kelmlg Don Jones Lvle Brxght Kelth Kottwltz Maxtm Rankm Mxss Greve dlrector B111 Sham B yan Hemz Don Tallabas Gerald Ford Dona Beth Kltterman Gvxen Schloatman Pat Shmdledecker and Lucxlle Roush accompanlst Preparmg for the musxc festlval the Chrlstmas toncert and other pubhc periormances vxere the mam actlvltles of the members of the Chou' The choxr also partlclpated ln the dlstrlct mUS1C contest vthlch was held ln Lusk thus sprmg Small groups and soloists from THS under the direction of MISS Phyllls Greve the m structor of the vocal department made a very good shovt mg at the dxstrlct contest UF 5 G A l 1 ' , .' 1. '.' 4 ' . .av . 'A V ' V Y' .1 . I v ' lSecond row, left to rightr: Joan Krug, Wilma Purtle, Jear1ICanfield, Joan Brotvn, Richard I-Iauf, 1949 ' tt gd ..1 . U- fs Q GIRLS' GLEE CLUB tBack row left to rlghtl Zella Rae Sweeney Velona Vundra Dorothy Mlller Betty Gorham Barbara Beede Elnora Hexdt Mary Pat Keenan Arlene Chllds Paula Ainsworth Joan Brown Audrey Powell Elaine Holkenbrrrk Joan Schuppe Suzanne Vaughn Wy oma Ferguson Pat Hunter and Dona Beth Kltterman fSecond rovs left to 11ghtJ Slnrley Gamble N:-mcv Applegate Betty Starner Ruth Townson Shlrley Baxter HBTTIEY Schloatmin F a mes Bacl-xhaus Crystal Beers Dorothy Brown Ahce Jean Edwards Darlene Elsenbarth Betty Schremer Donna Frledlan Luella Chngenpeel and Elleen Wood tFl0l1l. IOVK left to rlghtl Calol Wnlkcx Joanne Lxnch Doxothv Kung Clenda Montgomery Marv Beth Kjormoe Nexa Jane Qlgles Jean Canfleld Ann Trlerweller Joan Krug Ann Woodworth pmnlst Gnls Glee Club lg undu the dllLLllOl1 oi Mlss Phvlhs Gxewe Thls oxganlzatlon IQ mamlv a tralnlnd gloup fm future chml 'ne nbexs The HIOUD has Coopelated with the Chou lll lJl6SCI'ItlIlg sexexal JOIIIL programs The actlvltles of the glee club lnnluded 1 put H1 the annual CllIl9ll"ll8S progxam a sprung concext 'md takmg put lll the dxstrlc nontest 'at Lusk Mary Lou F'ronapfeIl,'Shir1cy ijicltfmi, Carol Hec-kart, Dorothy Freouf, Aliee Kubo and HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS QLeft to flghlf Donna Janssen Many Tr1ervse11e q xeen a d Margorle Johnson COURT QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS ,n--M MQW- lLeft to rxghtj Ma Jo e Johnsox queex Donna J ms e Ja et Vaugx 5-Qs:L.,f Qmm' '39 Q 10 ,: so 0 T23 1 C1 I E Page Seventy-Two -I-H5 BLAZER ' - . We t J- -1 T 4 - 9'vv xt nw ' ' A C f 195 Gllliifq ss - , e fe. 'Q ' . 1 5 ' gm '31 N ' 4' Q 4' I tr L 1 Q Kyle Aberneihy Aftel coacmng basketball 1n THS for tvxr tears Mr Abernethv has proved worthy of hls coachmg posmon ThlS year he held the po sltlon of head basketball coach mstructor ol phvslcal ecucatxon for the boys and teacher of general SCICFCC The team xmproved steadlly throughout the season Mr Abernethy sald We re look mg for bxgger and better thmgs next year Thats all me re askmg for ELDEN MILLER tGuard and Co Capialnl Elden at the guard posltlon was an outstand player Lettering for hls flrst year m varsltw basketball he was a valuable asset to the team Thxs was Eldens last year and hls speed and ablllty vs 111 be mlssed next year MARVIN SCHLEPP lGuard and Co Capiaml Tl lS s Marvs fourth and last year on the A squad Although he never was on the first fue he could be counted on lll pmch Hxs ablllts vull be mlssed greatlx next year Wav A wb, E we - ',,.: ' Q , 22? .1 A 2 f 25 - I 'FHS BLAZER Page Seventy.Three QB sfo - 0 3 Q 1949 4 - ,, ,:.- 1 Y . V 15' 4 1 v . T?4'5-5' 5 I ""'5'r f' -I va ' 'A' av! " lg, Q- ' TOM CASSIDY lCenter and Guard! Cass has lettered for tvto vous xs great rebound man and xx as Interchangeable It guurd and center Tom vms out of the Bla7er lme up for 'awhlle because of 1I11L1llGS He xs a senlor and hls playmg both offen sue and defenslxe will he gteatly mlssed next year KEITH KOTTWITZ QI-'orwardl Keith one of the best floormen on the team recened hls second letter III basketball this year A Junxor he has been a mam stav ln the Blazer lme up Keith couldnt be beaten on offense He was hugh pom man on the team scoring 1 total of 18, points ll'l twenty one games After seelng h1m ln 'action th1s wear one mlght well ex pect great thmgs from the Tmrington team next gear JIM GRIFFIN lGunrdl Plaxmg hls flrst vear of basketball at THS Rusty showed verv good playing abxlltw Hts set shots were extremely good and hls helght served hlm to a good advantage Rustv a Junxor has another year to prove his north ln the game ,- -Gm 'X CARL MCATEE IGuardl Mac sau plenty of action this yeax on tht B 1101 llne up He lb .1 lunlol and shoucl go places It the gu nd DOHIIIOII next Sen CHARLES KNOWLTON CFo!wlrdJ Chunk a Junlor 15 a verv snap y forward He IS small but fast and good oth offen snelx und defensnelv Chuck recexyed his fnst xarslts letter this X681 'Ind should see 1 lot of 'lCtl0l'l next yeax x 'sm " ' " E He zu ff ' 'I U ' ' ' ,- ' . "- , .,,:-.,,. 1 A I Y - ' - I 4c'q - I 5 gf. . . K.'.. , K V Q. , , 1 QM, 'E ., .. Zena . 5. , Qs Q 190 Sevvnty Four EN wma fixx 1949 sh 1 59. x .QA s 54' EH 1Forward1 1 5 011116 TED SCHLAG 'ledds 11110 IS 01111 a 1113511111111 111 111mbc11 O11 the 101111 1 11111111111 pl1ce fox t C1 11ep1mec1 13 1e1111g 101 1111 f1lS 1 rc111x 111s 111111 II t1ke 111d should gc rI1s SIZE dldnt 11111 116 1111605 ll YQIFS to come 111s 'wg 111 111019 f1g11t111e5 dm 111111 and 11.1 T HERDT ilforwardj ww ,,,.,., WILBER but 110 m1dL W1lbC11 11 c1111v 1 Sophommc 111 1110 11111115 1111111 fo1't11P11 Qt11t11'1g berthg 1d f1St He 11111 be one o Wx., He IS 1gg1css1xQ 11 'ACYI two Veals 111e top mon 111 the 1 ... X, JERROL KLUHEHZ QCenier1 I-u li 01111 1 11111101 and IS p1ay111g 119 st 31 o XBISI 1 11 He 11111 be ex pcmtcd tc f111 1110 4011161 1305111011 YCIV C11lC1 L11t11 110911 wear PARKS flforwardl JOHN S 111 1 Ol p med 111 HQ 1611 011 11 s 111c1 11 Qma but 111111 .Io111 ks 111 Q e Q Q 111 91390 111 S f om 111111 next V831 M11111 11 Qxpentcci 1 v'-ww mw- 1 1 ee ' 21 I I . Z.: Wx 'E 'A 5 '61 rs 'Ar ' X 'S -1. r If iff. , 1.e1Q. ' ' 'R 'S ' ' 111 g f Y at 1 1 1 wb' 2 , X K 1 ' f 1 f L V 1-:: .ZE53' , WM ,, mygx - f 1 f A 2 "'1 11- . , . g - - - ' 1 1 ' "" X 1111- ye 1 f - 1.11. " i - Q 1 1 i 1 fix J111 , . jlllli -, 1 g 11 f --1 3 .1 tl 1 '-A" iq . , HQ 1 , 11, '. 1 V.,. , lack' ' :iz , 11 1151. ' .' d 1 d :avy l I 2 .1 E A THS BLAZER DU 4 1 'Q THS BLAZER M -. v ll' Y IX Page Seventy-I-'ivc 1 "im ' l, I . 1949 ' - T- - H v. a -.'5 ' I WA' M f BASKETBALL A SQUAD 2 PHS FHS THS THS THS ThS THS THS THS THS THS PHS THS THS FHS THS THS THS THS THS THS w-e"""ww.3 Www' xflkfx 2 Y V v WW 1Back row left to rlghtb Robert Rodnguez Roger Hamer James Grlffm Everton Cope Maxvm Schlepp Carl MLAtee Kelth Copper and Kvle Abernethy coach 1Se-cond row left to rlghtb Wllbert Herd! Jerrol Kluhelz Elden Mlller Ke1th Kottxx1t7 Tom C'lSSldS and Teddv Suhlaqer 1Fr0nt row left to right? Don Jones Jlmmx DIOIIISOD Jolmnx Sparks and Charles Knowlton SEASONS SCORES DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 33 St Mary s Scottsbluff Mltchell Huntlev Lmgle Chew enne Wheatland Douglas Cneve-:me Lusk St Marv s Wheatland Douglas I mgle Lusk Mntchell Laramle Huntlev L2 ramle I 'namle l' usk 'll -1 n il. A 7 , xl- v ' ' .19 1 .1 . ., . Q . f ' Q, Q ' s A9 ' K Y ll 11 T 1 21 W "' A .CT 2 if X ,X L 3 ,W f X . Q, N, I , " .M K k f + V' 17 f 1' f f A I l A A' , X ' 22 JA f -,': xl A X i I xx I 1 0 2 25 27 21 ' 3 1 xj ' 18 it 1 , I 3 ,J E , , , J ,Y A ' , ,,,, o,,L ,L I ,,,L,,L,. 24 . ' , 29 ' 3 ,,L, L,,, , , . 29 26 3 3 3 2, 3 33 ' 42 ,, 3 , 23 A 17 3 , za ' 49 ' 3 25 - ,- 57 3 28 A 3 55 3 36 3 26 W 35 - A , an 3 ,, 27 31 3 3 3 33 .' . , ' , 30 ' A 3 2, , . 19 47 3, , 36 3 26 3 , , 3 A 42 J' 3 3 , 41' ' , , , 24 48 3 31 A 43 37 ' 3:1 29 N 212 31 , ' 37 26 ,. ' ' 31 ' . . , 37 Qxnng KX 1949 f L1 .'. X l'4 x ic , I THS BLAZER bl 4 .-'L 'A' X f 1 Q SQU QFront IOVK left to ughtm Alfonso fandelalm Eddle Caxtel Regex Hame Plnll p 'Qogge C a ff lSecond row left to rlghty Donald Connollx Kenneth Al1df,lSOll Rxcln cl GIXCHS Challes Daus and Julian Candelarla tB'1ck IOVK left to rxghtl Jack Dwlss Donald Kluhnw Blll Hoxu 1nd L'1VunL Lxke FRESHMFN SQUAD 144 K 1Back ron left to rlghtl Jxmmx Messex Plulhp Rogge Edxxeud Delgado ind Donald Twllabfas 4Front IOXX left to right! Jack D'llQS Alfonso Candelalm B111 Hoxex L1Vexne pn: Donald Kluherz md Teddy Schlagcx D ' 6 I -: - I T: 2 Xxx n s 1 -- . gn E. Q ,, N -f.v- .. ' I ' Q 1 1 A , ix' ' T . or ' ' 43 '54 Q HBH A D K, . A it H ref? lilliot. Edward Delgado, Jlmmy Messer, Dona d Tdllabhs and Russell Sxt'eaf'nvgen. A To y v , . Q IU , xl ,A it L A X xr , W- Y -.,:. V 'AAM , ,. ' 5 ' A 4 S 5 4 t , THS BLAZER Page Seventy Seven sf Sf -: 1,1 - L' P 'A YA, 'I' Russell H. Swolrlngon A former coach at Burwell high school m Nebraska Rusty came to THS ready and wxll mg to produce a wmnmg football and track team He brought many new ldeas wlth hxm and one m pa ticular stands out his rhythm shif that the football players used effectwely Mr Swearmgen also enjoys the Job of be mg an algebra teacher As athletic dxrector football coach and no ts at THS g 5'44 aw 1 ' 4 TOVI CASSIDY KCQIIIQII Llsted as one of the seven candidates for the most athletic boy of the state Tom IS the only man of THS to be a four year letter man He IS llsted on the flrst team tor Class A ln All State He IS also placed on the All Conference and AllD1str1ct teams Cassldy is one of the best plvot men ln the state Tom had the hono of bemg elected bv hls teammates as co captaln of the squad JACK RIFE QI-lalihackj Jack played his second year of ball thxs xra at right halfback He was elected by hus teammates as co captain and was selected on the All Conference team Jack IS a senxor A, k f- 1. . - ' ' x V P! 'I D . -E1 f .i V ' 1 , 1 .1 11- A 7 ts ' 'G ' 5 X Y head track coach, he has' worked hard to im- -l : s, - . Page Seventy-Eight THS BLAZER , 5 tx - , J., S 1 6 "' llnis e - ' f.- ff 1949 xg .iw 3"-2 YG x s sc "' ' - 5725 F5 f N I' 1' 4 , Q 4' f an L' ' ' Q ELDEN MILLER QI-Ialfbackl This was Elden's third year to letter. Wher he was a sophomore, he played quarterback and in his junior year he played fullback He proved hxs worth to the team when hc made the All Conference team two year m succession and All State honorable men txon ln 1948 MARVIN SCHLEPP lEndl Marvm a fullback for hlS flrst two years of football and end the thlrd year placed on the All Conference and Al1D1str1ct teams and also recelved honorable mention ln Clalss A Marv 15 a three year letterman who w1l1 be a loss to the squad next year BILL DEWITT lGuardj Bllly Lee IS a senlor and has played three years of varsxty ball B111 played at guard and was great on offense and defense He made thc A11D1strlct and All State honor able mentlon teams - E' x n Q , 1 I v - 1- u 4 - - THS BLAZER I 'P :lt Page Seventy-Nine IX, 1 ,Q 1 Y, ' . '- Wg' JI ...- "' qs 0 1949 f' ,, 3,- , 4 J Q92 Q-4 TH' K I 5 4' ' Y -if TED SCHLA GER lEndl MMY MORRISON fouanarback, Ted a freshman played hls flrst year o football as an end substltute for Marvm Jlmmy dlsplayed remarkable ablllty at the auarterback position He IS a good kxckel SCHIBDD He played twenty quarters thxs whlle his passes netted yardage and some Year and hopes to be m there three mor tmmes touchdowns He IS a Jumor lettermg years for the flrst txme y-di V VIC MIYAHARA lGuurdl Vlc from Henry held lus posltxon at the guard post for almost the whole year but during the latter part of the season he tore some of hxs leg muscles loose WhlCll kep hlm out of several games This IS Vlcs flrst year of football xuth THS and hr lettered by playmg seven quarters of the season A6- Page Eighly ga sfss me R -, sv. . .f- - l fv- Tns BLAZER b I .I i ' r 21 I ' fd- X UI1 N Q". 54g '- by X S is DA M r' I 1 ' l:,l: 1,9 HP' 6 BILL SHAIN lCentez-J B111 a sophomore received '1 magor letter lol the fxrst txme He plaved reserve center and next year he should be able to fxll the centel spot xery well WILBERT HERDT QI-Ialibackl Herdt a sophomore out for hms flrst season of football IS a letterman and hopes to tlll JULIAN CANDELARIA ll-Ialfbacl-:J Jules ras lettered two years He 15 a good ms ham? Ck posmon next year runner and passer at the nalfback posmon He IS a Jumor and should go places new year A - , I L 1 t ' I . if , 2 3: ' u vv v ' I E ' V ' 1-H5 BLAZER Page Exghty One 'N I ,., 1-S I949 "' "' I1 1 H .', 'A ' a , 1 412 VA 'I gn DON JONES Uluarierbackj Aw ww+mfWU9if9N Donny flllmg the quarterback slot d1d g eat 1ob as a fleld general He IS a sopho more and made the All DISIFICK team l,9f9"'V"""""' KEITH COPPER flfullbackl Thxs was Kelths second year to letter received All State honorable mentxon He and made both A1lD1str1ct and All Conference All of the opponents that 'lorrmgton playe thls year sald that Kelth was one of the hardest dr1vmg backs they had met all year Kelth has txxo more years to go and w1ll be 1 blg asset to tl e team next year BOB PONDEH 1Tack1el Bob a Junlor plaxmg rlght tackle durmg the season sau actlon III tvxenty eight quar tems Bob played xarmus posmons on the lme and earned a mnor letter Av 2, M -e .f e . if , 2-1. A f :L 5 I -i ' A ' Pi-'Q""'l 5 ,ill ' , X 15 C ' y A :LU Q, y e X -' ' - , , t - I Page Eighty-Two THS BLAZER Quiz e - e -' , .-- f'Xl' 1949 4 'f ' 2' :Ia s if , ... " X fi ROBERT RODRIGUEZ QTacklel Babs a sophomore has pxoxen that he 1 a good football player Playmg lett tackle C on the varslty he savu actlon ln thlrty f1VE ARL MCATEE truubackl of thlrty six quarters He recelved all statc Because of an ankle mjury Carl dldnt see as malch actlgnt ashhe vnanted to but e e and All Conference flrst teams Tlus wa Sail: Clacrgllgxs an iugfgrhfngbgegexfedfulll Babs second year to letter second letter recognltlon and placed on the Al1Dxstr1C M-vw-far my wx 99? CLIFF BROOKSHIRE 1'l'aCk1ej Cliff was a tough tackle who could holc down one side of the l1ne by hlmself At 18-l pounds Cllff IS able to gwe anyone a bac tlme -Ie la a Junlor and great thlngs an expected of h1m next year . V 1 ' - Q, .. ' 4 X gf., -U 5 1 2.4 . X v x ll: Q '-D. 4 N , Q' , .X Q A. I on Q ,X 1 AA MVB , ' ,Xb A J, , U n Q . 3 1 ffqi , 3 - ,. - X, R5 3 A N - C NJN , xl Y N 3' gy e l xl S l 1 .X H In V V -V ' U gh, 'cgi , W :'-'e 2 ' 1 '- " THS BLAZER N I 49 if K' if HS Vg ' , I V4' CHARLES MESSER 1EndJ Page Elghiy-Thno yt.:-1+ 1- 1' f Xl -l jx I9 9 -2 -- I 47 , sl. l v T323 :fi H' ' K ' 15 4 BOB KLUHERZ fGuax'dJ Bob a senior occupled the left guard po sltxon on the varslty He threw hls 165 pounds effectlvely 1nto the llne and produced some very outstandmg playmg Th1s was hls th1rd and fmal year to letter A Chuck a senlor was out for the tlrst tlme thls year He wasnt on thc flrst team but Nell a sophomore welghmg 147 pounds IS 1 'enever a p'aver was needed xn a plnch ve y rugged player He IS a letterman for Chuck was one who could be dependel the fzrst tlme thus year and much IS expect upon ed of hxm wlthm the next two years U W l 9 ' 1 I ,, .. . ,. . NEIL MCCARTY lGuaxdJ Page Eighty Fon: - ff me f TH5 BLAZER 54 X X Q I '41 "f DICK KEENAN fTaCkleJ Dxck has lettered fox the flrst time thls year At 175 pounds he IS expected to be a bug asset for the team next year whlch xull be h1s last year of football wlth TI-IS DON WHITMAN lGuardl No Plcture Don who IS a senlor plaved guard 'lhls year he won hlS fxrst year letter During the season he suffered a face 1nJury and ua amused not to play football anv more Q JERROL KLUHEIRZ fl-Indl Fud ln h1s flrst year of football played regular at an end posltlon and dld a fme Job of xt He made honorable mention on the All Dnstrlct team He IS a Junxor and w11l be back at hxs end posltlon next year DALE HACKLEMAN lTacklej Chub played hls fnst yeax of varslty ball thxs xeav He IS 1 freshman and IS expected to play 'a lot of ball as tackle xn future years K X I V - o u ' ,. P Q, kr S ' 'Q' ' l E M I x 19 - L' ll .47 1 THS THS THS THS THS THS THS THS THS FOOTBALL SQUAD SEASON'S SCORES 38 32 0 20 14 IH G 7 14 149 Lingle . St. Mary'sH Laramie , Douglas Mitchell Gcring Cheyenne Lusk , Wheatland o E- ,- -I O Us 9-'o .. E 5 2: T2 1.1 all .C br 'J o 1: H zu 'rl : C nf F: 3 C J 4. 2 :- u. :u Q 'cs m E E fl QA .-v .Q +-I GJ E l,.c CJ Tu .c .pm lik: VM kv Or C so 'Il .Um L O 31 E X-4 o 'A- B2 "hc L.. U NE o v. ac O E eu Q bw 0:- 'o 'EZ .- an GJ .Cx KU tiff aa L' C .f-rs 'K my vl 92 P1 'Tu .D H O O w.. ,rn S' C Fr C 'z .0 K1 Sf- U.. 273 Q, 5 .. ..' "ba -aa 9: :Q V75 5.9 nf E f 2 22 WHL Z V110 GJD 51 NO u. :: P' E so an .V 9 .. cr rn 9' 5 .-1 u 'fs KU GJ Qf 5 D, Q2 Tv as 3 .C Ill E .I- L GJ 3 E' ,- E I-a ... as : ... FE 3 'ca c: KU .C ..- 5, .-r C GJ U vi E' CU OD GJ I E 9-4 O .. 5 O O .Z 9-4 bil -c E C 5 ai on eu iii Q. ID IC U7 N ca EE zu M5 U P N33 O 0 QE uw L' B0 Z O .C HE lun V f .1 12 6 45 12 26 6 38 14 6' 5 XX 55 1 lg, 'ms BLAZER b I '41 AV. J. -- . , use ,lg q Page Eighty-Six to C -1 ':"4U'?'4'xX is Q44 I 'Jp"'avAf 6 TRACK SQUAD 'af fBack row left to rlghtp .hm Applegate 1 aVerne Lyke Edvn ard Delgado T1m Pease J1m Messer Phllllp Rogge Don Hornby Leland Asa Alfonso Candelaria Nell McCarty Charles Lxra Jack Daxss Davld Flowers Jack Deslilnfants and Jack Flores lTh1rd row left to r1ghtJ Bob Kluherz Don Connolly Don Kluherz Jack R1fe Wmlbert Herdt Gerald Connolly Jlmmy Morrlson Bob Pondet Harold Ramlrez Charles Uavls Roger Hamer Jullan Candelarla Teddy Schlager and Russell Sweatmgen coach Hughes Cllfford Brookshlre Duane NeuSchultz Dlck Keenan Gllbert Ward Jexrol Kluherz and Keith Kottwltz tFront row left to rlghtl Harold Bolger Jlm Powell Elvls Hunter Elden M ller Rusty Gr1ff1n Kenneth Anderson Kelth Copper Gene Kamerzell and Gary Hemz manager Thls 15 the track squad coached bw Rusty Svtearmgen W1th fue returmng letter men from last year Mlller Rlfe Peterson RBDIIFCZ and NeuSchultz the team has good pros pects for a successful season The schedule for the 1949 track season follows Apr1l 1 Germg Dual Apr1l '7 Scottsbluff Relays Apr1l 14-Mltchell Dual May 7 EC W C Track Meet Chadron IT'lV1tatIOI'l May 13 14 D1str1ct Track Meet Mav 20 21 State Track Meet 1Second row, left to riglttjz Jack Kirkpatrick. manager, Charles Messer, Albert Rodriguez: Roy I ,w.4.2... w0e,.'....c.-l-x-v'-'-J2-'Z'4---7"'Zz""t'7""' .4-oU,,,,4, 21'-.auf .aw fu..-LeJ.4fd-4-1-1-1-'L'l"'-"""" ? 7C...c,4.C,4.1-M--f-f Q-V-+4-4-.2 51fv2Mw7Mwm GMIAZ? Ep ,A.,c,....Jpi.-4-WZOV -1-u-4-'V-.......,,,, -tl 1, eA.,,,.7 Alfa-4 6vwA"""""""-in Jul-A c'c4..7..,7 U Qjpus-1-wiv, 'Nj-if . s' 1 ' it D . 0 1 ' . I 7 N ' ' 4-no " N 4.af,.4,s..us-if """' eff 1 1 4 Zi ll . da 4 . fx ' ,A-4-sa . -b0!'- O - 4 . H O ,,, u 0 .1 .,4,uu4.ffnv1-d-LU! 24-0-o--o-fo-0 - f-'+---4' . . J ' L I. ' -14.46-dr!-f.4-o-L! 4-ogffj ' --.4.a.4...-fc la 4 , . I ' 1 . , if . f-r1.1-ns-4-fy, -4.4-L-l..1 ,. -Q a.A..u 1 0 !--. I w . Y gf . I Q . 4' A-anna." ' .u14.A.4. -1 , f0"11-LX 1 .Lv W ffgfJ5iWW if W sw fy! xg fgyfyffy W M15 P ! f J X xv r Jw., " , in-55,5 4 . '-JQ " .rw- fffff fy X ' X45 0 ,. 'Y ffm M f 'W r- b W' f Qg . " 'X xx ef! 5, ' Wi? V 4? fwlfffwly Page Nxnety THS BLAZER b U ffx 1949 f'N -e-,rl K Q, ,, 331, -,-54 JUNIOR HIGH FACULTX all 4-ua... Royal Huckms Mr Huckms lS c0mp'et1ng h1s thlrd veal' as prmclpal of Jumor Hugh He also serves as as slstant football coach and teaches general mathe matlcs and trlgonometrv ln Hxgh School Hls loyaltv and cheerfulness have won for hum an endurmg place m the memorles of all Elma Case Charlyn Nxelsen Ruth Halh Dons Steeple Musxc Art Llterature Spellmg Mathematics SOCIHI StUCll8S Joe ChBSieen Mrs R E Michel General Sclence Engllsh Boys Physical Educatlon , A x N Q .0 I' ' t x' ' 1' 'l s V X sr B55 fo- ry Q l. 4 THS BLAZER Page Ninety.One 2 .VP 'A 1949 'C' 1 WA' I r, 4 1 "' 1 " .A ' x A . fl E xl :A Y ' I -" In all A f .?..- g 5192 Q12 'q 5 'lt' e - , K fb 4 ly EIGHTH GRADE In 'WUSHH W ww on is 4 L-4 -1 -4 Q sw 1 x. Peter Amlzlch Donna Anderson Howard Anderson Peggy Asa Bobby Banduer N'1ncV Amberg Sally Bxrley Jovce Blakely Verme Borland Eleanor Brooks Audrey Brown Rav Brown Stinley Burk Jlmmv Filter Louxse Chrxstensen Clnrles Cone Patsy Connor Elolda Coxdova Vllke Cox Eddv EUFICII Pexxv Evlex Flancls Fales Joyce Harxxs Loulse Hallxs Fallx Huvloxth Duane Hellll Ilmmx Hernandez Lnl Hendnckson Don wld Henman Rlchnd Hull Ja k Hughes Donni HllUllS10Il Laxrx Huntel Bobhx Huston C'E'l'1ldlll6 Hutchmson Jamce Gaxmg Jouc Godd nd 'NOIYTISII K'1mme17ell Neal Kelly Gardner Knlght Bob Llnhart 'VIllXlll Llxnlx .+E- Tl-IS BLAZEP ' s av 1- -fi 1949 ,A .YI x 1,4 li ' 5 ig: 5 Page Ninety-Two 4 if Q l - 4 'Q' I1 hi :'W"4l"V4','X s is QAM I. an 'Eff 6 EIGHTI-I GRADE Virginia Marquez Larry Mangus Ardith Maude Marilyn Michel Janet Mitchell Phyllis Miller Faye Moerike Lavern Mooxehouse Carol Morris Edith Morrison M rlyce Meier Donald Nieiert Barbara Norman Janet Northrope Roger Osborne Howard Phaff Joan Pierson Sammy Ponder Delores Porter Jackie Ray Vaugn Reinhardt Bill Remke Elizabeth Rhodes Stella Ross Deloi es Ross Dick Ruff Jimmy Russell David Scherling Bobby Schaneman Hen y Schmick Bill Schumaker Dorsey Shoemaker June Schvxartzkopf Jimmy Skelcner Kay Smith Andrea Sorenson Billy Sparks James Spence Betty Stelma Mary Tallabas Jacqueline Teske Robert Schwarwkopi THS BLAZER wil 1 A YA' Page Nmety Three s PY' XY V if 9113 4 ,v lb . Q J f . I A K -' H H " o is 1 if ga l 4 4 1 . l , , Q if 3 . l l .. f 1 if .Q . Q 3 . . S . Q 4 v . 8' V v xx 1 7 hi ' 1 Wig 1 3: l ll . ' 1 I G ' 44 ' . X A v 9 -1 .1 G ' uv aw ' ' 3. EIGHTH GRADE Aw .w A my 259 lTop row left to rlghtr Glen Torrey Vkayne Tor1ey Delbert Treat Carol Trollope Pattv Urbach and Johnnv Vandel l5econd rovx left to rlghtb Ruth Fleming seventh grade Mary Weaver Bobby Welsh B111 West Pamela Wood and Pearl Wrlght fF1rst rou left to rxghtb Anme Lavorka and Wandw Zarmt, Page Nmeiy Four THS Q E' f' X 1949 "N :li Av. x 1,4 5 54' X x f U' 7 QL' .af gi! H159 wg, Nia- sv as SEVENTH CRADF -fk. al K Q -Z ww MY QW Flovd Ad imson Lmr x Am171ch Kax Arp Nano Atkmeon Bnlrbara Backmrm Donald Burd Rlclmrd Barber Shlrlev Berber Rlchald Barthel Slmlev Beers Peurl Blgner Lavone Blwkelw Betts Bvxsendmf. Don Bullock Robert Bush Marv Chrlstensen Eldon Clarke Alan Clmgman Norma Coople Vlolet Costello Patsw Croft De ma Daw Adelme Dmkens Donna D1llman Elame Eaton Kexm Elllot F ond E1 nst Pattx Ex:-me Ma un Fales Allce Faxe Donald Flmn Jovce Floxx els Fvank Huntel Gertrude Fxledlan Robert Fr1t7ler BLAZEP bl 1 Bettx Mae Fronapfel Jlmmw Fronapfel Emd Flve Lvnn Funkhouscr Bettv Goltz Carl Gxbson Bobby Guth SEVENTH GRADE 4- NX '1,"ln.N.,.4 -M. 'ov 'ww I sr A of x '5"ftL-vflxhx Eugene Hacker Norma Hacker Joanne Harris Marlan HHYPIS Martln Harshberger Bonnle Harsln Jesse Hawk Bull Hendren Leroy Herder Raymond Herdt Delores Herman Harvey Herman Pr1c1lla Hxckman Janlce Hexnz Elnora Hood Donna Huddelson Mary Hughes Eva Jackson Bob Johnson Kenneth Johnson Nlola Johnson V1rg1l Jones Charles Klrk Charlene Klrk Alue Korhonen Jerlv Kraus Enld Kunesh Loretta ' elter Angelo Lleurance Blll Lookmgbxll Robext Lyke Wayne Marklev Marle McCabe Norman McCabe Bernard McDonald Ann MEIXXIH Margo M111s Exelvn Montgomery Samms Moorehouse George Nash V1rg1n1a Norrls Marlan Osmus 'rx-is BLAZER b I A .vi x 1.4 7 1 1 'A' s ic Qi .54 f f 'A 'Lv Glen Pease Clyde Perrx Edna PICTSOII Max SIE Plerson Rxchard PIGYSOII Margaret Puebla Josephxne Ramn 97 Sallv Ramnev Jlllflle Rosales Kenneth Rushm Nn man Ruehm Ronald Ruttman Mark Schaffner Jo Ann Schauezman Wlllene Scnaneman Orxen Schneider LeRoy Schrlener Dlck Schutt Bonme Slagle Joe Smith Bob Stuck Ma 1lvn Stout Rax mond Stoeger Many Txchnu Rudy Temple Darlene Van Pelt Dlme Whlpple Stanley Wexckum Juamta Wlllxams Kathryn VVHTZIHIZBCK Vlrgll Jones Elnma Relnke Shlrley Wmkle JCIYQ Wide - O Q a il vp ' v Q 4 getty Rexius, THS BLAZER 'Nl 52' . 2 . E - v ' gf 1 U' 3 E , .fa l lvl . , 'l ' I 3 , I s 9 4' ' K V. X Page Ninety-Seven A-1 -Ll iyk - 1 1949 - - vl U JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL 3 A lSeated left to right! Joyce Harris Kaye Smith B111 Sparks and Jackie Ray R ld R ttman ulen Pease Nancy Atkinson Willene Schaneman Mrs iStanding left to rlghtl ona u Steeple sponsor Dixie Whipple Donald Bullock Charles Cone and John Vandel JUNIOR HIGH PAPER STAFF l S 11-'irst row. left to rightb: Carol Morris. Barbara Norman, editor. Elaine Eaton. assistant editor and Bob Huston. iSeC0nd TOXV. left to rightl: Floyd Adamson, Ardith Maude, Nancy Atkinson. JOYCC GOCICIBYC- Jackie, Ray, Glen Torrey, Alice Korhonen. Virginia Norris, Niola Johnson, Enid Kunesh and Mike Cox. af- lv JUNIOR HIGH BAND tFnst 1011 left to11gl1tI Jlllllill Zaxloll D01 LX Ql1oL1111kL1 Cl1'11lf.s Lone Jovan Coclchlfi JOXCC H1I'lS DOlllld Bullock Clan Pe1se Robelt Bullock 1nd Jlm ClllGl LSeconf1 11111 ltt 0 1 1t l0LllSL Llllg-6115911 Pl11l1s 111e1 1 Spuks A141111 lvllll lVl"1Illyl1 Stout M.111 Clnlstensen Patsy C1011 110111110 1111115 Patty H1111o1t11 ind Be1nard MLDonf11d 1T1111d IDXK left to llgllll B111 Helldlell Gemge N1sl1 VI7lllX11 'Vl1c11e1 J1mm1 Russell Jol111111 Vandel and B111 Schumackev tFou1t11 ro11 left to llgllll Rlthlnd P1e1so1 150111110 Qlwffle D1ck Ruff M111111 Fales and I-1111c1s Fa es son Bznbena NOllYl3ll and Glen TOIIGX The Jun1o1 Hlgh b1nCl has been mo e '1ct11e than usual llllS 1ea1 It 111s p1esentecl t11r COl'lLC1lb a Tll3I1liSg1Xlllg Concert on No1enlJe1 25 incl 'a P7"l1EIll: lX1gl1t context on Aplll 22 The JUIIIOI Hlgh bind has g11 e11 t11o 1ssemb11 p1og1'1ms Both of them 11 exe 1e11 munh Cl1l0X9Cl b1 he stuoent bOdX T11e bxnd also Dl8X6d 1o1 a IlllITllDE?l of basketbfall games thls seison The JLlI'11U1 1-hgh lfymd lS composed of fo1t1 s1x membe1s A fe11 of these students 11111 take pwrt lll the fest111l to be held 111 Lusk t111s spxmg Students ot t111s bind 11111 tompose the lllgll school band lll tuture VGHIS T11e1 :ue 1111 11s 1111p1o1111g 1lllClO1 the 1ble c111ect1o11 of R F' Noble TXXlIl9lS P1ts1 COll1lCl Bet11 Stel 111 Allfllil qU1CllSC1l Elf 11101 Bxooks B1111 IDIICLIO1 'V11 'Noble - . ' -f 1 iigl 1, 1 '1 -187' , 15 'r M' 5. Bliljv I 1 .-Q 1 1 1 de. 1Fifth 1'o11', left to rightr: Stella Ross. Jackie Ray, Alice K.11'11one11. Virginia Norris, Nancy Aikm- THS BLAZER , Page Ninety Nine , ' A .5 V. fv. . -- .- 4 r ' 4 I-3 Q 'N ' 4 -I 17 ' Q -. . yr' 1 49 A - . .I 5 ' ' 'I 3 3 ' , jus' . K P .vi 771' W owl ' ri I 4 JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR lF1rst row left to rrghtr Joyce Harrrs Shrrley Wrnkle Edna Prerson Ann Merwm Wrllene Schanemar- Adelrne Drckens Marron Osmus Mary Hughes Nancy Atkrnson Orren Schnerder Alrce Korhonerr and Mrss Case dlrector 1Second rovx left to rrghtl Jovce Goddard Annre Zavorka Kave Smlth Mary Florence Weaver Sally Bererle Joyce Blakeley Sally Ramirez Vrrgrnra Marquez L.rVonne Blakeley Marllyn Mlchel and Elarne Eaton :Third rovx left to rrghtb Betty Arm Stelm'r June Schuartzkopf Davrd Scherllng Junror Zay zoff Jrm Carter Stanlev Burk Gardner Knrght Neal Kellv James Spence John Vandel Glen Torrev and Marvrn L1Vely Sparks Carl Henrrksor Dorsey Shoemaker Brll Schumacher Eddre Eurrch James Skelcher Larrv Hunter Rrchard Prerson and Donald Flrnn The Junror Hrgh school chorr rs an outstarrdrng orgarruatron It was Verv successful rn grxrng entertarnrng assemblres at Thanksgrxrrrg trme and durrng the Chrrstmas season The chorr also presented a program for Parents Nrghr xxhrch was errroyed by all those xx ho attended The chorr rs composed of forty erght students and srroxxs the excellent work done bv Mrss Case who rs the drrector 1Four'th row, left 'to rightb: Violet Costello, Charles Coney Jimmy Russell, Bobby Welslr, Billy Page One Hundred Nil "' I ' THS BLAZEP 'O v I 'Fi 4,4 t v. -- - sffg - 45 :B I '47 A , 949 ' tu -' 'VAVMX is M l,'n"s' JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM KBack rowl Jlmmy Carter Raymond Herdt Ronald Ruttman Bobby Bandur Vaughn Remhardt Sammy Ponder B111 Schumacher B111 Sparks Stanley Burk John Vandel and Jxmmy Russell tSecond row? James Skelcher Gardner Kmght John Radford Dorsey Shoemaker Martln Harsh berger Wayne Torrey Jack -Iugnes Donald Herman Eugcnc Hacker D1ck Schutt Neal Kelly and Eddle Eurlch tFront row! Jesse Hawk Kenneth Johnson Davzd Scherhng Clyde Perry Robert Bush Bernard Under the fme coachlng of Joe Chasteen the Jumor H1gh Pathwarmers went through an undefeated season A squad of flfty boys turned out at the beglnnlng of the season Of these tlurty four boys remalned ln suzts throughout the season Hlgh scorer was Jack Hughes wlth 41 polnts Wayne Torrey was next h1gh Wlth 30 polnts Torrey was also credlted Wlth the longest run of the season a 93 vard yaunt agamst the Douglas eleven The 48 49 season proved to be one of the most successful ln the hlstory of the 1un1or hzgh team All the boys are lookmg forward to next year wlth the same goal 1n mmd McDonald, Francis Fales, Glen Pease, Donald Bullock and Rudy Temple. ' 1 T1-15 BLAZER Page One Hundred-One t Fa A "S ii- Qi :lv Q' x I K '1 -" ni. 5 5 v W QQ UQ 2 .VP T .va , , J 6 Q ' I' , V v4 - vp aw f, JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM lBack row left to rrghtb Donald Bullock Eddre Eurrch Gerald Howe Drck Schutt Gardner Knrght Jrmmy Russell and James Skelcher lMlJdle row left to rrghty Raymond Gtoeger Robert Bush Ronald Ruttman Jrmmy Carter Davld Scherlrng and Johnny Vandel tFront row left to rrghtb lrwrn Brown Donald Flrnn Brlly Sparks Glen Torrey Jack Hughes Neal Kelly and Raymond Herdt When the frnal whrstle called a halt to the basketball season the Junror Hrgh Path warmers had to therr Lredrt seven urns agarnst frve defeats Scorrng honors went to Neal Kcllv frrst Brll Sparks second 'rnd Duk Snlrutt thrrd These boys were also All tourney players rn the Wheatland tournament The team played a strff schedule and placed thrrd rn the Wheatland tournament Mr Chasteen has coached the boxs for two wears and durrng that trme has developed some xery DI'OlTl1Slll'-' materral for hrglr schgol teams ..' P 'V e at , Y nf 5 Q Q 5 I , r 'A I r ,Z gf .f Q N s- kf S51 mv auf. ' ,, mx 1 gf SQ Q E2 f W X2 A 14A i F ,, fgxja v wwvszw - ggg'HrM2W V. f W W 5 , wa ,V if ,,'.z U A fi , 1 M, 1555 9, 45 , " . r uh.. mg 'f 5 ., ff ia M. THS BLAZER Page One Hundred Three X .A 0 my A 74 15' ' - YAQ WA' W ' a 5 LITTLEP STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY OF QUALITY Am IIOUI Photolgn xphlg Suppllu lORRINC TON PHONE 30 YOUR HOME The T1 alllolazel Sandwwh Shop Homemade Chlle Potato Salad Pie Foot Long Hot Dog Malts Ice Cold Drmks Coffee Sandwlches of All Kmda Mr and Mrs Bob Flmn T1 avelel s Motel W LUY SELL TRADE Cars Tractol 5 T1 ucks WHEN YOU BUY In Prlce IT AT In Qu xllty P E N N E Y S In Stvle IT S RIGHT S ll O P A T Pennev 5 Complxments AMBI lxC S FIDQI Thlngs For Men 'loxnlneton Wwommg, I lke New When We me Thxough KIIPLNIEAT Cleaue-1s I HONE 401 TORRINGTON S 'md W Sand P1t Pl ISIEI S ind Gravel 4 Cxades Waehed South To ungton Phone 374L12 or 92 6 'L . 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I 41 ' 9 A ' Z" 5 :III . 5 K D p at Y 1949 .1- 16- Standax cl Ha1 dwau e Where Your Dollar Learns To Have More Cents Phone 79 Torrmgton Maw Ann Alan Isald you cc uld klss me only once A an B but d d eax ou Ia know how I st st stuttor Z 8. VK MILL PURINA Feeds Steamed Rolled Barley Oats and Wheat Phone 369 Russell Zlmmer Mgr FOR Commencement Announcements Caps and Gowns Class Jewelry D1plomas Weddmg Aniourcements QEE The IWZLSIGI IUIIQIELVQIS 115 S W Fourth Ave Portland Ore Dunbat Sel VICE Mobxlgas MOb11Ol1 PHONE 72 Torrmgton Wyomlng Mob1Lubr1cat1on Mobll TIFQS Lommumty C old Stolage Kellv Packmo Lompany Wholesale and Reta1lMeats Phone. 97Ll1 Torrmgton G11ls when they went out to mum ome dxessed l1ke Mother Hubbard Nou thu have 1 bolder xxhun thex dress more llke her cupboard Valley Mel Cdllt119 Q0 COMPLETE LINE OI Haxdxxare FUIHIIUIC Lnfts Floor Covermgs Palnts Implements and Tl8Ct0Is Phone 18 Toumgton n . n - 1 ., . H . ' ., - y - xr P . . I . 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Betty Yes Fred Mmd changlng places" Boosters of Better Schools Goshen Implement, Inc Phone 10 Torrlngton COMPLIMENTS OF Ame1 lC3ll School Supply Co Denver Colorado Johnson Feed and Lumbel Co Lumber Mlllwork SAW MILL Dealel of Rough and Flnlshed Lumber Blllldlng Materlal lhone 97S1l Torungton Q, Q - Q ' 1 ' W u X ' C1 f 1 ' . U . - ' ' vs , I. I , , cs H , . . o M ' ' . u Q X 11 . M A Betty: "Yes," In Goshen County , u n , ra n Y, '1 , u H . ra :v , H ' ' U . THS BLAZER 4 X- a , "5 "' 1 in , 1 QA' 1949 Page One Hundred Seven .P A 42 Q' P A . I ,EK M l -: an . Y 5 .15 3 .' -? I , . v cr Y vt si- THI TORRINC TON TIIIGRAM Huckmm1se Terrxbly sorry you hurled your wlfe today Vanderdeave Had to-dead you know Comphments XOUR N19 IF HRORHOOD QQIVICG Statlou CONOCO SERVICE STATION NO 1 B111 Huffman Lessee Opposlte the F1rc Statlon H I want to malrv your 1 ughter xufe yet H Yes but nevertheless I prefer xour daughter The Smaut Shop Nettle H Scott Ladles Ready To Wear PHONE 312 2016 MAIN Torrlngton WyOmlDg COMPLIMENTS Hardware Pamts Torrlngton PHONE 209 1936 MAIN 11 YK IMIWC GRILL anc C VI Y CIAFIL HOME OF Thr Fltnch Fued Omon Rmgs Matthux Bios Toxlmgton Compllments of C2111 V01 NIoto1 Company SALFS AND SERVICE 4. . , 2 M . J , ' ' H i 1 1 W W 1 1 J A - V ,, of , f W . I , ' k . . ,, . . C: .. M ,V ,, OF ou . . Q , Father: 1'Have you seen my L.. I 1- ,' ov e: " .. ' ,. . " V S 1 1 ' . I I D 1 1 . , 1 . , "- A Y 1 T I N. -' ' 4 1- . . , , .S . :A ..' Page One Hundred Eight Qlllib as .fri fe E 5,1 A'A Y li :" 'qi' VA' X W is 1949 THS BLAZER bl 174, FF' QL rl, '79 4 XXX Ng. - 45 III I 0' 'Jr' ' zu ' F' - -H I Q Chaules H Imdan FINE CABINET WORK If It s to Be Made of Wood We Can Make It J and B Cleanel s Free Plck up and Dollxely Tallor Made Suxts Suxts Made to MQHQUIQ PHONE 455 Torrlngton Wyommg COMPLIMENTS OF THE RUNI AI OW HOTI4 L Phone 80 South Maln Torrlngton we Handle Nothmg But the QTIFICNII' Y S PHOINE 18 Torrmgton Wyommg Best On a Mule U Find J Legs Bhlnd U Look Bhlnd 4 U Flnd Vihat the 2 Bhlnd B 4 C ONIOC O SGIVICG Stahon No 2 Lawrence Sandburg Lessce CONOCO GASOLINE and CONOCO NTH MOTOR OIL Greasmg Washmg Flats Flxed Torrlngton Phone 287 Ask Youl Croccr For WIGWAM BREAD And Pastrxes XX 1gVK am Rakelv, Inc Phone 5 Torungton 1 D D LL . Q ' - - - W W U ' , , ,IA. A , V , 1 17 W ' And 2 UFindB4 L' A J - B , ' Y 1 A - ' 1 Q I , . , ,V , . O , U . , . .' 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THQ Bl AZER Page One Hundred Ton annie X 1 :la .vi if I9 XX x I, if I x 'O' X s ic 4' f I v ' "L 165562 ONEOFTHE c oLD1 N WFST DAF 1 FIRST REQUHREMENTS T 1 w G0wf"Wff1DA'RY 183f?rEL2??X 911522310 DEMAND 15 cLEAN1.lNEss ,RSX 1 state DDIOX ed and hcensed m11k bot hng FROM -To EBIESTJNI X The On y N nl DIOCCSSIUQ plant 1n Goshen county W M l"i'111' 1OMECENIIZrD 'AQWEURI7 D MILK CRFAYI B1 TTEP IC CQFA 11 0 3 BUTTER MILK COTTAGE CHEESE 415 :Eu A Nl WW .U If I 'Hu D I E RFTAIL AND WHOI SNLE B111 H I wonder how many 31115 w111 be unhappv when I marry Jams J How many do you expect to marry? Comphments Ben F1 anklm StO1 e C R Goddard Phone The Best For Less Galloway! Ma1ket GROCERIES FRUITS MEATS Phone 14:1 Donald J 'VIcDo11ald Company Real Estate Insurance Loans 2120 Maln St Ph 429M 4, 4 ,- , . .. ' b g - . I 1: -V I X t 4 1 A V k rl . V 1' V1 ,A ir li iii .5 4' 'K' " ' . Q Q34 . ' Q - ' 1 qw V3 r T , J J LX ' 11, I' ' I 0 1 u ' . 9 K Xxx' -f :ix , A F-N X X t x-'1 - 1 ' ' ' ' . wx q v . M. 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Z .Y un ., T - , - X L v Sl F -ll -3 In 3 1 4 A , --L- ' 14 - ., 1 Al 'fm Y .' .Q , X I 1g C 'u 5 v': D Y 'T iii ' o ,M I T S L - f--E es I Val-W E ' - 5 rf 'Q' I I l C . , l J 298 .: " ' ' " 77 J ' J . YI . ll . . . , V uc- X . . ' H , wfr' - rl ' rv H ' A , I.. sc 1, , . K - 'n . Y Q . N . YY nr- Hundrf-ri 'I'wQ1vr- THS BI A71-H 1-'im a 1 .'4 ,f -' gb -vp YC f j, qv Q55 ' 1:1 S'-4r XS Quik '4'5'5 Q VX R tB111Jt1111asp1e Bonded and Insured For Your Protectlon Bus Ph 74 RLS Ph 1054 Joan What soror1t3 do xou belong to" 1llUT1X D n m'1 Phl No ngra u on 49ERQ C ltl ons IN atuonal bank Phone 243 S91 VICE We Twke the DENTS Out of Acc1DENTS Auto Body Rebulldmg Auto Rcflnlshlng, Wrecker Sexvlcc Auto Glam PHONES Dax Night 314 Torrlngton Wyo thlng of mud fox a beaut1f1e1" Tom W It sure hasnt donr, mugh for thc pxg., L omp11mCnTQ of PROWN S Num and UQed Bux S111 Tradu 9042 West A Phone 4182 I 7 . .,. . C o t 1 a t i s . .W ,, LJ : 4' I v 'Y 5 f . , , Mi" : "T , 'h't d 113111 OH1 V4 d O yOU - vv , - in . 1 " I 1 .4 A , D 1 37 ugiii ,iw QS TNS IlI..'XZIIH K4 ,1--'fQ:r'mq', t .rg fl 4. I ' ' I 1 'A K8 i9i9 .imxn owl Page One Hundred Thine 52 g -: ' :ta er' af- Qomphmentb of 61 I+ RH ND L I' POOLF Plumbmg Heating Sheet Metal PHONE 43 Torrmgton Evex ythmg In MUSIL I CIVKEIICI I Saucks Musk C 0 Wyommg Educatmndl Musxc Center Dc Lcbl mc Mupllu H A Y S SeJv1ce Statlon QUALITY Standard O11 P1 oducts TO1 rmgton Wyo It IS B1 ttcl to Bc Thln tu Spg lk md Ramon all Dvuht Slll nt md Bc Thought Dumb INSURED S IFETX FOR SAVIIXC S- TRI COUIXTY FI DI RAL Sax mffs and I 1933 EAST A STREE oau ASSOCIHIIOH 'I ThoQ F hennellx Sec M21 15 Q' ' ly N . ?- Nt 1 1 4x 1. AA ,WH . ' A , 4 k . A. I . . 4' v . 4' .' 7 ' I lo S V . , N ' . . - . I I ls , Buch w I , , ., ,. H ' 1 1 xv I 'A . Z . 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It E -1 . - THS BLAZER 'Nl tug VA Page One Hundred l J lk 1949 1. - 4' .la Fxiieen Y 'ia Q Q ' 5 AMERICA S MOST COPIED CAR I-I llx ,i' Cir WIS Buvera T1 ad At NIEIVIACK 'NIOTOPING CONIPANY 1310 South Mam T01 rlngton Wyomlng Dorothy WhlCh IS correct Eugene a hen IS sxttm or a hen 1 settm " Eugene Dont know dont care All I worry about IS when she cackles IS she layln or lyln Blue Lantel n Sen lee SKELLY PRODUCTS H xrry Pearson 1402 Maln Torrlngton C ARR PIFRQI1, T1 anQle1 C ompany State Wlde Haulmg of All Types G1avel Plastermg Sand Rock YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED Your Oldelb Wnll Be GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION Phone 03 or2 4 Torrlngton Jean My what a clowd' What happened OXGI there" Kenneth "A man fell off the roof of that tall buxldmg " Jean 'Was he hu1t"" Kenneth iDon't know Only found one leg so far " F1 eunuth Implement Co J I Case Farm Equlpment IIIIQSUOD Wells and Pumps SALES AND SERVICE 6125 West D Toxrmgton . y Q: YL I I ll I -1 -- DI' ' 5 1. 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W48 QUINBY-BLISS Chevrolet Cars Cadillac Cars Phone 9 Torrington ellis so 3 ,fr . . 'Q' ' l Q DA . 19' 1949 - ' ' Den H. Radford ' - Cl . A ' r I 'A' THS BLAZER 'il v, -- wee: Pagv One , 4- Q 4 424 Z 'X-f -M -fx 2-. 1949 -1 '-2 ,Q jf- ' 54 df' ' " ' if 46 O id ae.l 5 .H . f Vg' Hundred Seventeen af- FARMERS Don: "Do you think late hours are bad for one?" Pat: "Yes, but they,re O. K. for two." PHONE 62 TORRINGTON SCh91l11l0' Auto I lectuc SPBLIAI ILPD AUTOMOTIVF PAR S AxD SFRVILF PHONE 61 Tnrmngton Wyommg MUSTANG CAFI HEADQUARTERS FOR COOD FOOD Opin 2-1 Houax JOE W CROWLEY JOHIN H CROXVLEY h-tsnt ever klSSCd a man uma H Wel IS t tht x,OY Lnuogh to mil-XL :mom NNNL'lI"7 COMPLIMENTS f Q Fold Stomqe We Try To Plcase D . 4, I. , ,D , , . . . f , Y ,,, ,. , 1 4 1 A I '. ' ' S . ' V Y 1 1 Donna W: "She swears she OF . 3 1 D 2 H : " 1, Jn' a I .. . t nv " K t 1 ,X I A. lv 'tc D" Page One Hundred Eighteen X 1949 in 943 'f 23 W lx S 115 T LN x D-A rl, 'ms BLAz.f:F b I 'K' I. . 69 ' .. 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