Trinidad High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Trinidad, CO)
- Class of 1948
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Without the facilities provided by its Producers-the Boardsof Education throughout America-th'ere could
he no "Greatest Show on Earth"g no stage on which young people could try out their talents: no training
ground where they might explore their tastes and inclinations and prepare themselves tor the duties and
obligations of the future. ln Trinidad both scholastic and recreational needs are supplied by an ever-ex-
panding program of activity in which every student may find both interest and profit. To those who have
made these advantages available-the members ot the Board of Education: and 'to those entrusted with
the carrying out of this varied and difficult program-the faculty oi T. H. S.-the Class of '48 extends its
most sincere thanks.
Five years ago Mr. Botleman became the General Manager of the Trinidad pro-
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Throughout the four years in which the graduates ol '48 have been acquiring the
knowledge and skills which will enable them to give cr creditable performance
in the wider arena of world affairs, Mr. Mertz has given to every phase ol their
training a wise and generous assistance without which their interest and ac-
complishment would have been greatly lessened. For his devotion to their
welfare and success he has won deep and lasting gratitude from all those who
now give up to other and younger performers the places they have so long held
on the big show's program.
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SEPTEMBER: Circus Days
This great show opens its wide gate
To close when seniors graduate.
Come one! Come alll Opponents fall
Throughout the season of football.
NOVEMBER: Turkey Day
Time out lor fun and feast galore.
"Pass the turkey! I want some more."
DECEMBER: Merry Christmas
Our Christmas cheer is everywhere.
Sweet concert music fills the air.
IANUARY: Happy New Year
All hands come back to work again,
And acts improve as tasks begin.
FEBRUARY: Be My Valentine
Dan Cupid takes the spotlight here:
Beware, fellows! This is leap year.
MARCH: Yea. Team
The hoopsters sink the basketball,
And boosters' cheers ring through the hall.
APRIL: Play Day
All the seats are quickly iilling,
"Head First" is now our best top billing.
The Prom will live in memory
An event of Dutch festivity.
The gates now close: we say farewell,
For we have heard our last school bell.
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CHRIS DEITS. President '47
"I am not a politician, and my other habits are good."
College Preparatory Course: Football 2, 3, 42
Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tennis l, 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4:
Hi-Y President 4: Home Room President Z, 3, 4:
Prom Committee: Yearbook Staff
GEBALDINE MARIE TBETTEB. Secretary '47.
Vice President '48
"Honors come by diligence"
College Preparatory Course: Dulceanas 2:
Future Homemaker-s' Club 2: Home Room Treasurer 1, 2
Class Cheer Leader 3
BOSEMARY MONTERA. Treasurer '47
"Work has bitter roots, but sweet fruits."
Commercial Course, Home Room Secretary l, 2:
Home Room Treasurer 25 Home Room President 35
, Future Homernakers' Club lg Commercial Club
Council Representative 35 Prom Committee
GEORGE NEWBURN. Cheer Leader '47
"I'm going to be neutral, l love them all."
Senior High School Tucson, Arizona 1,
College Preparatory Course: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y l, Z,
Home Room President 3, 45 Class President 3,
Class Council Representative 37
Prom Committee Chairmang Senior Play
IOSEPHINE I.. MOLLICA. Cheer Leader '47
"Tying her bonnet under her chin, she tied her raven
1 ringlets in."
General Course, Future Homemakers' Club 4:
Glee Club lp Home Room President 1, 3g
Studen ouncil Re rese tati e 3: Home Room Secretary 4
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Class Motto: "Out ol the harbor into the deep"
Class Colors: Green and White
Class Flower: The Water Lily
CHARLENE FRANCE. President '48
"One of those people nobody knows anything mean
Commercial Course: Home Room Treasurer 2:
Home Room President 4: Class Council Representative 4:
Student Council Secretary 4
ELIDA DE ROUEN. Secretary '48
"A merry heart is good medicine."
College Preparatory Course, Iunior Play: Latin Club 2:
Class President Z: Prom Committee: Pep Club 4
IOHN BRELSFORD. Treasurer '48
"A pleasing countenance is no slight advantage."
College Preparatory Coursey Home Room Treasurer 45
Home Room President 45 Prom Committee
PAULA MAY SMILEY, Student Council
"She has a true and sincere heart."
General Course: Band 1, Z, 3, 4: Band Vice-President 3,
Band 'Secretary 4: Orchestra 45 Prom Committee
SHIRLEY SCI-IBADER. Cheer Leader '48
"Music is the one language ot the world."
College Preparatory Course: Band 1, 2, 3, 41 Orchestra 4:
Student Band Director 3, 4: Iunior Play, Senior Play:
Student Council Representative 1, 2, 3, 4
TBD LACK!-IY, Cheer Leader '48
"Labor without luck helps not."
General Course: Track 2, 35
Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms 2, 3, 4
"You can never tell from the surtace what lies beneath"
General Course: Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms 2:
Home Room Treasurer 3
"Beware ot silent men and ot dogs t-hat don't bark."
General Course: Home Room President 4:
Home Room Secretary 4
"Words are good when work follows."
Commercial Course: Home Room President l, 4:
Home Room Secretary 3: Student Council Representative
l, Z: Dulceanas 3: Commercial Club 3: Prom Committee
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"I will not retreat a single inch, and I will be heard."
College Preparatory Course: Football 3, 4:
Student Council Vice-President 4: Hi-Y Chaplain 4:
Pep Club President 4: Cheer Leader 3: Iunior Play:
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a with e terests besides his work."
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Hoeh h School 3: General Course: :Q ," :
Class ice-President 3: Iunior Play: R. O. T. C. 2 ir " 2 'y 'W i
FRANK I. BARBERA X X ' in 1 Fi,
"Truth is straight. but iudges are to be corrected." T Af , 5+
College Preparatory Course: Class Vice-President 2, 3: 4,
Class Treasurer l, 2: Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms 1, 3, 4: f
Basketball 2: Prom Committee I ! li
IOYCE IONE ANDERSON
"A good sport when you get to know her."
Cheyennej Wyoming, High School l, 2:
Hoehne High School 3: College Preparatory Course:
Glee Club 2: Latin Club 2: Iunior Play: Dulceanas 4:
Future Homemakers' Reporter 3: ,
Future Homemakers' Vice-President 4:
Home Room President 4.
"Although she's short in height, she's long in credit."
Hoehne High School 2, 3: General Course:
Home Room Treasurer l: Class Council Representative Z'
Future Hornemakers' Club 2: Iunior Play
"Look into her eyes and you see an angel: look longer
cmd you see an imp."
Gen l Course: Future Homemakers' Club 1 2
HAROLD L. BARNES
"l..ook! He is winding up the watch of his wit:
by and by it will strike."
College Preparatory Course: Home Room Secretary 1:
Home Room Treasurer 4: Home Room President 4
"A woman has never spoiled anything through silence."
College Preparatory Course: Girl Reserves 1:
Future Homemakers' Club l. 2: Press Club 4 H
"Trust him not who seems a saint."
College Preparatory Course: Basketball 2
"Be silent and safe: silence never betrays you."
PAMELA conru: D rf
"Continual he lnes - a sign l wisdom"
Shaw Iuni iglh if ool, Ph' el hia, Pennsylvania:
Coll ge :V-..f.:.3. . 1 our : ni Play: Senior Play:
La ' ' I - Z: :'- rbools St :Stu en o l Treasurer 4
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ALLEN W. BROWN
"Wise looking, but perfectly harmless."
College Preparatory Course: Band l 2- Tennis 3 4'
Home Room Vice-President 4
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"Ol a noble modest nature."
General Course: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 5 Q,
"Her voice ever soft, gentle, and low." ,
General Course: Student Council Representative 1, 3: t- ,jg ,N
Home Room Vice-President 2: Class Vice-President 3: f
Girl Reserves l: Prom Committee F' 1
CHARLES E. CRASH
"Calm, cool and collected."
l College Preparatory Course: Football 1, 2, 3:
Home Room Vice-President 3:
Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms 4: Senior Play
R. C. CASSIO
"I love wisdom more than she loves me."
General Course: Band l, Z, 3. 4: Orchestra 4:
Home Room Secretary 1: Prom Committee:
Baseball 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4
"I am alraid of the dark." . E A-lvgyzf 5 1".'j1
College Preparatory Course: Home Room Secretary 2, 4 lfdif . P " , -fffxfm
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go Co ege Preparatory Course: Chorus 3, 41
ome Room Treasurer lg Future Homemakers' Club
, tude t Council Representative 1
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ui College Preparatory Coursey Latin Club 2.7
Prom Committee: Home Room President 2
IOAN DI POMAZIO
"Life without laughing is a dreary blank."
Commercial Course: Home Room Secretary l, 4,
Home Room President Z: Future Homemakers' Club
Secretary 25 Student Council 3: Chorus lg
Commercial Club 35 Pep Club 4: Yearbook Stait
W num: mm FOLSOM
!6g,v4p',!Notl11ng is impossible to a willing heart
Class President 3, Prom Committee:
Home Room President 2: Band 2, 3
"The man who blushes is not quite a brute"
College Preparatory Course: Football l, 2, 3, 45
I.ettermen's Club 2, 3, 41 Pep Club Treasurer 4,
Student Council Representative 35
Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms 4
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"She has fulfilled every duty, certainly that of being
Commercial Course: Class Secretary 25
Commercial Club 35 Future Homemakers' Clu
MARY BARBARA DONGARO
"She is not conscious oi her worth."
College Preparatory Course, Latin Club 2: Pep Club 4
"The fewer words the fewer law suits."
General Course: Home Room Vice-President
"Talking is silver, silence is gold."
General Coursey Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms 4
"A countenance sweet to gaze upon."
Commercial Course: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4
La Iunta High School lg College Preparatory Course
Student Council President 4: Yearbook Staff: Iunior Play
General Course: Football 1, 2: Baseball 3, 4:
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Her hair is not more sunny than her heart
College Preparatory Course: Iunior Play: -
Prom Committee: Yearbook Staff: ' .
Student Council Representative 1, 2, 4:
Home Room Vice-President 1: Home Room Secret 3:
MARIORIE mm cnoss el"
"She who knows what she is doing ,acts e y. X
College Preparatory Course, Orchestra , Iuriiyafilay.
Senior Play: Prom Committee: Yearbook Stat . if
Pep Club 4: Student Council Representative 4
"A maiden never bo1d."
General Course: Future Homemakers Club 2,
Girls' Athletic Association 1: Chorus 4:
Home Room Treasurer 2 t
"Luck, mere luck, may make even madness wisdom."
College Preparatory Course: Prom Committee:
Senior Play: Iunior Play: Student Council
Representative 2: Band 3
"He believes in lofty thoughts."
X J Home Room Treasurer 3
MARY EMMA GUM
"I just can't make my eyes behave."
College Preparatory Course: Band 4:
Future Homemakers' Club 3, 4:
Future Homemakers' Club President 3:
Latin Club 2: Home Room Vice-President 1
, KENNETH GORDINIER
"A cool head, a steady hand commands the world."
College Preparatory Course: Home Room Treasurer 4
"For all 'his buzz, methought he seemed busier than he
Burlington, Colorado, High School 1: College Preparatory
Course: 'Basketball 1: Tennis Z: Iunior Play:
Prom Committee: Drum Major 4: Press Club Council
Representative 4: Senior Play
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General Course: Future Homemakers' Club 3, 4:
Pep Club 4: Home Room President 1:
Student Council Representative 3
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"Handsome is as handsome does."
' College Preparatory Course: Football 1, 2, 3, 4:
4,3 Football Captain 4: Basketball 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4:
' Student Council Representative 4: Prom Committee:
Hi-Y Treasurer 4
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"When duty and pleasure clash, let duty go to smash."
College Preparatory Course: Student Council
Representative 2, 3: Band 1, 2: Prom Committee:
Yearbook Statt: Girl Reserves 1
"I'll do something sensational yet."
College Preparatory Course: Band 1, Z, 3:
Prom Committee: School Cheerleader 4:
Student Council Representative 2, 4:
Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms 1: Senior Play
"A taint heart never won a lair lady."
College Preparatory Course: Band l, Z, 3: Baseball 3, 4
Class President 2: Home Room Vice-President 2
WALTER H. HINKEL
"Oh, how I love the ladies."
College Preparatory Course: Band 1, 2, 3:
Prom Committee: Home Room Treasurer 2
MARIOBIE IEAN IOLLY
"A winning way, apleasant smile."
College Preparatory Course: Girl Reserves 1:
Prom Committee: Home Room Secretary 2:
Home Room Vice-President 4
"A spirit so still and quiet."
BETTY LOU KARR
"Symptoms of wit, laughter, and inspiration."
College Preparatory Course: Pep Club 4:
Student Council Representative 4:
Home Room Vice-President 1
"She hath a sense ot humor."
Commercial Course: Commercial Club 3:
Student Council Representative 2
"He thinketh much but speaketh little."
General Course: Student Council Representative 2, 3:
Home Room President 4: Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms 4
"She is studious and mindeth every rule."
Commercial Course5 Student Council Representative Z5
Home Room Secretary 1, 2
"He can waste more time in halt ans hour than most
people can in a week."
College Preparatory Course5 Prom Committee5 Football 3 5
Home Room Vice-President 45 Band 1, 2
EUGENE B. LOFFARELLI
"Honor lies in honest toil."
General Course5 Class Treasurer 25
Home Room President 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45
Football 15 Track 1, 25 Orchestra 45 Band 4
"Wit is folly unless a wise man hath the keeping ol it."
College Preparatory Course5 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 5 Iunior Playg
Prom Committee5 Class Council Representative lp
Home Room President 1, 2, 4.
LILA MAE MALOUFF
Laughter is contagious.
Commercial Course5 Home Room President 1, 35
Student Council l, 2, 35 Girl Reserves 15
Chorus 15 Pep Club 4
"Wisdom is the sunlight of the soul."
Commercial Course5 Chorus 1, 2, 45
Home Room Treasurer 45 Girl Reserves 15
Commercial Club 35 Pep Club 45 Yearbook Staff
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'My greatest care is lack of Care
Commercial Course: Student Council Representative 2, 35
Chorus 45 Girl Reserves 15 Home Room President 3
"ln patience there is safety."
ANNA SUE MBDINA
All the world loves a quiet girl.
Commercial Course5 Home Room Secretary 1
"A head to contrive and a hand to execute any mischief."
College Preparatory Course: Iunior Play: Yearbook Staff:
Home Room Representative l: Home Room Secretary 2:
Home Room Vice-President 3
"Men of few words are the best of men."
General Course: Home Room Treasurer 1
"ln her friendship there is nothing insincere."
College Preparatory Course: Future Hornemakers'
Club 1, 2: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Latin Club Vice-President 3:
Class Treasurer 3: Press Club Editor 4: Prom Committee:
Home Room Secretary 4
"Sincerity is the way to heaven."
General Course: Chorus l, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1:
Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms 3
"A girl to do her duty."
DOROTHY MAE PARISH
"The girl that puts 'pep' in the pepper."
General Course: Student Council Representative 4:
School Cheer Leander 3, 4: Home Room Secretary 4-
Home Room Vice-President 1:
Future Homemakers' Club 2: Prom Committee
FRANK IOHN MONTOYA
"Slow and easy is the safest gait."
General Course: Home Room Vice-President 3:
Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms 4
"If all were wise the world would come to an end."
College Preparatory Course: Intramural Sports 1:
Basketball 2: Yearbook Stall: Home Room
Sergeant-at-Arms 1: Home Room Treasurer 4
A demure, studtous boy."
College Preparatory Course, Basketball 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4,
Iunior Play: Home Room Treasurer 4:
Student Council Representative 4
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"A man ot soul and body framed for dee ." X
College Preparatory Course: Football 2: ff!
Home Room Secretary 4: Sports Reporter 4 M C4
"Life is such a serious matter."
College Preparatory Course: Football 1, 2, 3, 4:
Basketball 2: Home Room President 1.
"When her mind is set, then argue not."
Commercial Course: Student Council Representative 3, 4:
Student Council Secretary 4: Girl Reserves 1: Pep Club 4:
Commercial Club 3: Chorus 1
"A man who would run the world by chemical formulas."
College Preparatory Course: Football 2: Baseball 4:
Home Room Vice-President 4: Hi-Y Secretary 4
SARA IANSEN SANTISTEVAN
"Who speaks the truth stabs falsehood in the heart."
Primero High School 1: General Course:
Girls' Athletic Association 1: Future Homemakers' Club 1:
Home Room Secretary 4
MABEL LUCILLE RITZ
"Let me soar and sing."
College Preparatory Course: Latin Club Secretary 3:
Dulceanas 4: Chorus 2, 4: Home Room Secretary 4
"My own thoughs are my companions."
"A good conscience in God's'eye."
Commercial Course: Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms l:
Home Room Secretary 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4
MARY ANN SCARIANO
"She talks much, but says little."
College Preparatory Course: Student Council Secretary 4:
Home Room President l: Home Room Secretary l:
Iun-ior Play: Band 1, 2: Prom Committee: Yearbook Staff
RAY H. ROPE. IR.
"Wise lrom the top of his head up."
College Preparatory Course: Home Room Treasurer 1:
Home Room President 2, 3: Home Room Sergeant-
at-Arms 2, 3: Track 2, Baseball 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4
BETTY LOU ssrssn
"Laugh and be merry, remember, better the world with
cz song." ' .
Primero High School 2, 3: General Course:
Student Council Representative 4: Class President 3:
Iunior Play: Pep Club Secretary 4: Girls Reserves l:
Lai: ELLYN SHARP
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College Preparatory Course: Junior Play: ,
Student Council Representative l, 3, 45 Pep Club 47
Girl Reserves 1, Future Homemakers' Club l F 5 .M
All nature wears one universal grin.
General Course: Hi-Y Vice-President 4: ll
Home Room Secretary 45 Home Room Sergeant-at-Ar X Jl' "
Lettermen's Club 2, 35 Football l, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4
In her tongue is the law ol kindness
San Diego California High School l 2
Commercial Course Home Room Vice President l fr Qt
EMOBY T. TROSPEB V T
Let knowledge grow from more to more. '
Band 2, 3: 1 ' 9
Orchestra 45 Press Club Editor 4: ' '-- '
Home Room Secretary l, 3, Home Room Treasure
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"One big substantial smile."
San Angelo, Texas, High School l, 2: W
College Preparatory Courseg Latin Club 1, 27 Pep Club 4:
Student Council Representative 45 Home Room Secretary 4
"She is a bonny wee thing."
General Coursep Girls' Athletic Association 17
Future Homemakers' Club 27
Student Council Representative l
"Laugh and the world laughs with you."
Aguilar High School lg Student Council
Representative 3, 45 Home Room Treasurer 45
Commercial Club 3: Pep Club 4
MARIAH VELASQUEZ V
She who laughs and loves is sure to win.
General Course, Chorus 1, Girls Athletic Association l,
Student Council Representative 3
Slow but yovxal
General Course: Track lg Tennis 3, 47 Band l, 2, 3:
Press Club 4
"For the apparel olt proclaims the man."
General Course: Track l, 43 Hi-Y 4: Senior. Play
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IONALD LOUIS VIGIL
"He can build castles in the air."
Commercial Course: Senior Play: Hi-Y 4:
Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms l, 3, 4: Student Council
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-"lt's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice."
College Preparatory Course: Girl Reserves 1: Pep Club 41
Home Room Vice-President 4: Prom Committee:
Class Secretary 3: Yearbook Staif
BETTE RAE WALKER
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College Preparatory Course: Home Room President 2:
Latin Club 2: Prom Committee: Yearbook Stall
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Student Council Representative 4:
Latin Club Secretary 3
"A world ot art is a world ol dreams."
General Course: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3: Basketball 2:
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"An old friend is better than two new ones."
College Preparatory Course: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4:
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Business Siafl-Miss Kiefer, Manager: Assistants, Io An Di Pomazio and lean Mathias.
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Step right up, folks! loin the crowd in commending the cast of seniors and their director, Miss Durham, for their
delightful presentation ot the farce "Head First." On the night ot April 8 the spotlight was trained on the, laugh-
evoking antics of a group ot lively 'teen-agers. Albert Vigil and Shirley Schrader drew many laughs as the hired help
of the Carr household: and Elida De Rouen and George Newburn convinced the audience of their unusual talent
by hypnotizing the Carrs' distinguished guests, Bill Gunther and Pamela Cortield, much to the amusment of their
daughter, Gloria Grout. Ann Gross and Bob Bailey gave convincing portrayals as the parents of two mischievous
youngsters, Betty Lou Setser and Ernest Hallas. Betty Lou's date for the evening, Ronnie Vigil, and his lriend,
Charles Crask, received an unwelcome surprise when her friend Marilyn, played by Patricia Gerling, refused
to go to a dinner dance, but the young people, finally putting their heads together, untangled the iami1y's problems,
and the show ended with the household restored to normal order.
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Who has ever heard of gardeners in a circus? The T. H. S. Big Top has added this fascinating attraction
to the show. On May Z2 the tent reserved for sports was transformed into a delightful fairyland of Dutch
tulips and sweet music. This festival of fun provided an evening of gaiety and amusement for the older
performers of the Big Top. The workers who designed and carried out this side-show of beauty are to be
congratulated, for their efforts defiriitely stole the show for one enchanted evening. Much credit is due
to the sponsors, Miss Cobb and Mr. Welch, and to Bob Sayers, chairman of the Prom Committee.
A "hurricane of hilarity" was the general estimate of the light comedy given by junior
dramatic stars under the direction of Miss Lorene Durham. "Strictly Formal" was a de-
lightful play dealing with the problems of a typical 'teen-age girl, who involved her
friends and family in very perplexing problems. After galloping through three delightful
acts, the play ended with all problems solved and everyone once again happy and con-
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True to its obligation, the Congress ot the Big Top has conscientiously- promoted the attractions billed by "The Greatest Show
on Earth." Everyone knows that a representative body such as this offers the best training for a group which is to accept
the responsibilities of a democracy, and this year has been a progressive one in every way. Representatives of all groups
under the canvas were carefully chosen and were wisely managed by President Ruby Folsom, with Rosemary Ryan and
Mary Ann Scariano serving as secretaries. Faculty advisers were Mr. Mertz, Miss McKennan, Miss Cobb, Mr. Warner, and
Mr. Ritchey. The Congress sponsored very successful dances and one oi the most oustanding attractions of this year's run
-the Homecoming program, including the rally, bonfire, football game, and dancer Twelve of our representatives attend-
ed a Council convention in Pueblo during November and enjoyed the opportunity to learn of the activities of similar groups
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'l'heBpubllicity department has given fine service this year in bringing to the attention ot everyone the various activities of
the ig op.
A great deal of the credit for the accomplishment of this organization goes to Miss McKennan, the sponsor: Frances Mehas,
first semester president: and Emory Trosper, second semester president. Not only the members of the department, but also
other performers who were interested, contributed articles for use bythe club. .
A worthwhile project' was the Homecoming issue of the "Blue and White", which accomplished much toward interesting both
students and their friends in "The Greatest Show on Earth."
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Now the attention is centered on the gladiators of the circus who have had a
very successful year with Angelina Barun as queen ot the gods A dance and
a banquet enlivened the show s run Latin Week was recognized this year by
the giving ot favors to other performers Practice sessions were held on Mon-
days and during these work outs reports on various subjects heightened the in-
terest in the Romans and their customs
Performances given by T. H. S. network artists in the K. S. F. T. studio added the
right touch of variety to the year s activities. Students chosen from classes in
sophomore English and dramatics and directed by Miss Brace gave entertaining
radio versions ot She Stoops to Conquer and lane Eyre .and appeared on
special holiday programs. Their success should insure this feature regular bill-
ing under the Big Top.
Three stars from the Big Top COIHPGHY were Pefmmed
to attend a Speech Contest, sponsored by the Univer-
sity of Colorado, which was held in Denver in lanuarY-
Three ol Miss Durham's students - BriC9 Davis, Bill
Gunther, and Emory Trosper-attended, Emory win-
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testants trom various Colorado communities.
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One of the Big Top's spotlights was turned on the Trinidad Hi-Y Club, whose new Ringmaster, Coach Macdonald, encouraged
these performers to live up to the purpose ot their organization-"to create, maintain, and extend, throughout the school and
community, high standards oi Christian character." Lectures and group discussions provided the more serious phases of the
year's program, while swimming, intramural basketball tournaments, picnics, and dances iurnished recreation.
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been in charge of the concessions and the "snack bar" at all of the main attractions and the members have carried on
difficult and worthwhileindividual projects under the supervision of Miss Cobb and Mrs. Dahl. Mary Iubic, Mary Ann
Valenti, Marjorie Aragon and Frances Denton recently attended the annual F. H. A. convention in Port Collins.
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"pep" assemblies and football and basketball games, spurring the teams on to greater feats. It also participated in the affairs
of the community when it marched and played in the V. F. W. parade, the Parade of Pennies Celebration, and the Decora-
tion Day parade. Soloists and small groups also played at other community events. ln the Spring Concert at Pueblo the
band and its solo artists gave an excellent account of themselves. Four scholarships for a two weeks' stay at the Band
Camp at Western State College were offered to fortunate band members. -
An added attraction to our "big cocoon" was the erection of a badly-needed band room above swimming pool, where bands
and orchestras of the future will spend many useful and cheerful hours.
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prominently featured at both junior and senior plays, the Christmas Concert, and the Big Top's Open House, as well as on
radio programs and at community club meetings. During this revival year the orchestra has made a line reputation for
itself, one it will strive hard to maintain.
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The singing stars and starlets of the Big Top, under the direction ot Mrs. Mona G. Tyer, have had a very interesting year.
The six choruses have presented a number of entertaining concerts and special attractions, and have been featured on com-
munity club programs as well. The colorful Christmas Concert was enjoyed by an enthusiastic audience, as was the All-
American Concert given during National Education week. A novelty group known as the Madrigals has joined the troupe for
the first time, and will probably find a permanent place among the musical organizations. Another recent addition is the
chorus composed oi freshman and sophomore boys. This is their econd appearance with the show, and on both occasions
they have won much praise for their contributions. The widely-known Dulceanas have had a busy season. Among their
activities were numerous broadcasts and participation with other groups in the contests held in Pueblo in April.
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The "A" iootball squad marched boldly into the main ring in October ol, 1947, with Coach Woodward as its Ringmaster.
Every game provided thrill-packed action which kept grandstand interest high. Several oi our top performers were badly
bruised by a pack of Wildcats that escaped irom their cages, but the old tradition that the show must go on was upheld,
and the courageous showmen fought on against all obstacles.
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The hoopsters of the Big Top were loudly cheered to many victories by enthusiastic circus fans. The new trainer, Coach
Gordon Macdonald, led these performers on to high standing in the Big Top Conference, cmd they sincerely thank him tor
a successful seasonal run. Many of these performers were sophomores and juniors, who promise to chalk up an enviable
record next year.
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The Trinidad "B" football team made a fine showing during their turn in the arena. Although many ol the group were new
and inexperienced, they proved themselves worthy ol top billing on the program. Coach O. H. Palmquist was trainer ol the
"Mighty Midgets", who in another year will be seasoned stars. -
The "B" ball tossers, also coached by the well-known T. H. S. Ringmaster, O. H. Palmquist, deserve credit for providing a
main attraction in the sports events of the year. A line, speedy group of players, they piled up a pyramid of victories
in their short playing season. Senior hoopsters will be gone next year, but they will be replaced by the top performers of
the "B" team.
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Billed among current teatures is a group ol baseball players who take their games very seriously. Unlike most circus ball-
players, they strive to make the crowd cheer, not laugh. In the South Central League the Trinidad nine has played Cen-
tennial and Central oi Pueblo, Walsenburg, Canon City, and Colorado Springs. Under the guidance ot Coach Macdonald
their activities have given color and variety to the sports program.
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The tumbling tracksters brought great enthusiasm from excited crowds ol spectators in the bleachers. Duringtheseveral field
days the well-tained acrobats and trapeze artists leaped grace fully over the hurdles and dashed about the ring. Those daring
'young men, trained by Coach Woodward, sailed high over the bar in pole-vaulting and came down to the ground with the
greatest ol ease. Despite strong competition from neighboring troupes, the performers gave an excellent exhibition, bringing
their act near the top ol the program in interest.
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p ennis racqueteers. These boys displayed their cunning in
bouts with opposing teams from Pueblo, Raton, Colorado Springs, and Florence. During the current run not only was the
number oi racquet wielders greater than in previous years, but every player showed constant practice and the careful train-
ing oi Coach Palmquist. Challenging teams ielt keenly their prowess on the courts.
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