Uintah High School - Uintahn Yearbook (Vernal, UT)

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This purpnse inill he aheqlmtelgjustifieh if this hunk is the mezms nf preserhing iuiimihlg nm' srlyunl hugs anh rnmpzminus in ge realm nf niemnrg v 1 1 v 1 i xi i 11iniui1.x'ze'L1'ivii1 it 1 ix E. V""' - 7 1 v 1 V l i . 1 1 Qjllehinatinn To Harod M, Lundell, oldest and hes! loved faculty member of the Uintah High, we dedicate this book, with the hope that it may show him in Il smnll way the admiration which the students of this school have for him. "QHiniz1Iy11" Staff AFTON BINGHAM . . . Editor GLADYS SLAUGH . Associate Editor MARY Lou THORNE . . Associate Editor HOWARD CALDER . . Business Manager DALLAS HATCH . Asst. Business Manager 41 , Q L, , I r 521 s X x X Rx V fi ,, ll P , 4 .1 5 1 v ', . . , 551.6 ' , f X 4 NWN f VX 5, -. 1 N33-. N KVM if .w , 'V' . v E 1 x f- f f Nix -Ur ,. W M T , n, " 4 ' sw" ."f,' V5 'X if AL'i,L1-U' L 1-1117"-b 2-, 4- ,- yu T! 121 JA, K ' . fk ' "- fi X Y -,Rv ' 111755 x , f - Av -QK Iv X- 1 , . x- A 1 xt., X . , fx , , , ,. . 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Z' x p N. xy' ,Q -,-J-X -xx x Xf ,X -f,44'-44, 7,-' ,zff ' ...icff 'Q'-V-A Xxqfx-:f.4x X-Tv - IS - RUTII HART REED MORRILL English History, Iicononzics HAROLD LUNDELL MARVA HODSON Svnith-Hughes, Agriculture Physical Education Botany Physiology MERIE BOSH ELLIS WILCOX COY FIFE Commercial Mathematics, Spanish Domestic Art, Civics DUNN TAYLOR DEANE BENNION LLOYD WINN DALLAS JOHNSON Physical Education Domestic Science Music English 45- li.X'I'lIlERlNE 'IIXYLUR LIEWIS ,-XLBERTCOODRICII ljfllllldfjt' .'1rl, linglisb Ifzrrnz Mvcbanics, junior I-ligb RALPH SIDDOWAY CALVIN MARSIIALI. Treasurer Biology, Physics CHARLIiS l.liWlS Lli ROY RICHENS G. SUWARDS junior High, Art junior Higb junior Higb CIIARLISS COLTON l.Ifl.A GOODRICII ANTIION CANNON GLEN GUYMON junior lliglv Ujfivv Assixlant Seminary Ilmznalic Aff, Tyfn -l7- v Student Body Officers The Sudent Body officers of the past year with the united support of the stu- dent body, have striven to establish and maintain a high moral tone among the studentsg to encourage high scholastic standardsg to champion the cause of stu- dents' rights and privilegesg and to co- operate with the faculty in raising the standards of the Uintah lligh School. OWEN Sl AUGH .Nluilunl Nady l'rexidenl SYlJXl1Y GOODRICII l.OL'liSA BINGIIAM D.-Xl.l,.-'XS HATCH WILSON DUKE l'it'v-llfvxldvril Secretary Cbcer Leader Cheer I.eut1er R0lH:R'l' STlEl:I.li Illil..liN CALDIER IIOW,-XRD KIALDER AITTON BINLZII,-XM Chief uf Police Ifdilur "Uintub" liuxiiiexx Manager lfdilvr Ulffllfxlllfln -l8- ' 'd '-1 . Q. 0 Board Of Control o, SLAUGH s.oooDR1cH1... Blxozl,-wx H. CALDER R. STEELE T. BINGHAM W. NOEL D. EATON HALL G. GALLOWAY D. HATCH W. DUKE R. SIDDOWAY R. L. PIXTON TAYLOR .IOHNSON R. MORRILL CALDER Q . Q3 f ff, jZf'f "" Sf? K"C"!KLf,- W , Tdbglk ix-FQ. -Sb - I9 - A ff-YN I 5 4,2 A QL, 4 Q. W 5 E 'Qi Ll w I i 1 3 11 Z- 2. -Sb- Li- , 3, 5 .Q C 3 -1 -- 5 .- il . 1 5 - , R15 HAL TW :P LR "Colonies " 5 IW :- 4.3, R .J A Nc'-of A .2 ,M ,. . 2, isa! 2, Sen ions' WRIGHT NOEL GLADYS SLAUGH JUNE ROSS President . Vice-President Secretary 2: 7 'F ' ' 'x ,,..1..,.. .....-...A W- A ., - ' i-- - - ,f..- Y--.-... ., . ........ ......... . . .- ...- . -... ...--..... ...,...,.,..,.,.,....-... ......-. r " ig Y u l I ELMA ALLEN Pickles, 2: Seminary Graduate, 4. NORMA ALLEN Yoda-BanLl4Play. 2: Hermit of Hawaii. I: Pickles. 2: Belle of Barcelona. 3: Pep Club, 43 ll. E. C., l, 2, 3, 4. Class Secretary, 3. AFTON ANDERSON Glee. 4: H. E. C., I. 2.. 3, 4: Captain Crossbones, 4, La Drama Club, 3, 43 Public Service Bureau, 3. MARIE ANDERSON Yoda4Band-Play, I, 3, 4: Pep Club, 3, 43 Public Service Bureau, l, 2. 3. -lg H. E. C., 2, 3, 4: La Drama Club, 3. 4: Pickles, 23 U. G. A A 3 4' ll. E. C, Secretary, 3. . ,, , V HOWARD ANDREVVS Duchesne High, I. 2: Band. 3. THORA ASHBY Seminary Graduate, 4: H. E. C., l. ZELLA AYCOCK ll. E. C., l, 2, 3, -l: l.a Drama Club, 3, 4: Public Service Bureau, 3 4. VELMA BENNION San Bernardino junior High. I: Pep Club, 3. -lg La Drama Club. 3: Class Debating Team, 3: ll. E. C., 4. l . lk ff' v.-tflv, HELEN CALDER Class Vice-President. I: Class Debating, I, 3: Class Athletics, I, 2, 3: L'intah Reporter, Z: Associate Editor Uintah, 3: Editor Llintah, 4: Belle of Barcelona, 3: Penrml, 4: Orchestra, 4: La Drama, 2, 3, 4: School Debating, 31 H. E. C.. I, 2. 3, 4: Winner O'Donnel Medal, 3: President Public Service Bureau, 3: U, G. A, A., I. 2, 3, 4: Captain Crosshones, 4. AFTON BINGHAM Glee Club, I, 4: Hermit of Hawaii, I: Belle of Barce- lona, 4: Captain Crossbones, 4: Class Secretary, Z: Il. Ii. C., I. 2, 3, 4: II. E. C. President, 4: I.a Drama Z, 3, -I: Editor Llillillhll, 4: Band. 2: Pep Club, 4: YotIa-Ilautl-Play, 2, 4: Prom Committee, 3: Public Service Bureau, I, Z. NELLIE COLLIER Glee, -I: Captain Crossbones, 4. DAVID CARROLL Duchesne High School, 2: l.a Point High School, I: Stray Cats. 3: Veda-Band-Play, 3. LAMAR COO K U, G. A. A., I, 2, 3, 4: I..a Drama, I, Z, 3, 4: Umtah Staff, I, 2, 3: Class Debating Manager, Z: Heart Balm, 3: Basketball. 3: Prom Committee, 3: Baseball, 2: Track. 2. 3, 4: Glee, 2: Seminary Graduate. 3: Public Service Bureau, I, 2, 3, 4: Class Debating, 2, 3: Penrotl, 4: U. G. A. A. Yice-President, 4: Voda-Band- Play, 2: U. G. A. A. Winner, Z. LILA CHIVERS Commercial Club Secretary, 4: Commercial Club Re- P0ffCf. 32 La Drama, 3: Pep Club, -I: Class Debating' Manager, I. ELIZABETH CHAPMAN Sipanish Club, 4: H. E. C,, 4: Commercial Club, 3, 4: Captain Crusshones, 4: Class Athletics, -I: U. G. A. A., I, Z, 3, 4: Art Editor Uintahn, 4. RUTH COLTON ll. E, C., I: Hermit of Hawaii. I: Glee, I: Class Athletics, I, 3. . . .... --..-., .... ... . .-...-....,-...,,,., ,, -A ... 'P - -are 2 +--+4 A-ef A --4+-V-.ree--. ,. O. Y LINNIE COOK 'Seminary Graduate, 3: l.a Drama, 3, 4: Commercial Club, 4: Belle of Barcelona, 3: Stray Cats, 3: Girls Athletic Manager, l, 3, 4: U, G. A. A Winner, 2: Pep Club, 3, 4: Public Service Bureau, Z, 3: Pep Club Secretary. 4: School Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4: School Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4: Glce. 31 Track, l, 2, 3, 4: Class Athletics, l, Z, 3, 4, MERLE CURTIS Glee, lg l.a Drama, 3, 4: Class Debating, 3: Commer- cial Clnb, 3, 4: Class Athletics, 3. , LYNNE DLDLEY , Ag Club, 3, 4: Marathon, 1: Inter-class Debating, 3: Track, 4, ' ANNA EVANS La Drama Club. 2. 3: Commercial Club, 2, 35 L'. G. A, A., l. 2. ' EMMA GARDINER Seminary Graduate, 3: L', G. A. A,, 2. SYDNEY GOODRICH Come Out of the Kitchen. 3: Penrod. 4: Pep Club, 4. l,a Drama, 2, 3, 4: l.a Drama Secretary, 3: ll. E. C.. 2. 3,3 4: Glee Club. 4: Captain Crossbones, 4 Pickles, 2: U. G, A, A., 3, 4: Seminary Graduate, 4: Class Vice-President, 7: Public Service Bureau. l, 2. 3, 4: Puhlic Service Bureau Secretary, 3: Student I Body Yice-President, 4. ,tunnis HACKING Class Athletic Manager, 4: Class Athletics, l, 2, 3, 4: Class President, 3: Ag Club, I, 2, 3, 4: Ag Club Vice-President, 3. 4: La Drama Club, 2: School Cheer l.eatler. 2: School Basketball, 3, 4: Departmental Play, Z, Marathon, 2, 3: Orchestra, l: Board of Control, 2, 3. MARVAL H.-XTCH Class Secretary, l: H. E. C.. I. 2, 3, 4: Hermit of Hawaii, Z: Prom Committee, 1: Commercial Club, 3, 43 Pep Club, 3, 4: Pep Club Reporter, 4. .F 35.3239 Kill- V- - - - ' Jrlirr ,. ,... Q ..,.....,, .... ... .. ..... . . . , . " K ' ' I - A 1- - me cysts. sw 'A A r A '- I HELEN IIASLEM East lligh School, l: Duchesne High School, Z: ll. E. C, 4: Commercial Club, 4. IIEBER HARRISON Spanish Club, 4, HELEN HENDERSON la Drama Club l 7 3 4' ll li C' l 7 3 4' U. G. A, A., l, 2. 3, 4, Public Service Bureau. l. 2. 3: Class Athletics, I. 2, 3, 4: School Athletics, Z, 3: Class Debating, I: Seminary Yicv-President, 4: L'intah Staff, I, 2: lf. G. A. A. Secretary, 3. IS.-XBELL HISLOP ll. E, C., 2, 4: ll. E. C. Reporter, 4: La Drama Club, 2. 4: La Drama Reporter, 4: Tonopah High, 3: Winner of Reading Contest, 2: Pep Club, 4: Uintahn Staff, 4: Uintah Staff, 2: public Service Bureau, l, 2, 4: Captain .rossbones, 4. HARLAND HODG K I NSDN la Drama Club, 4: Seminary Graduate, 4: Votla-Bancl- Play, Z, 3, 4: Marathon, 2. 3, 4: Class Athletics, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, l, 2 3: Band, 4, GLENN HEMSTREET Commercial Club, 3, 4: Orchestra, 2. VIRGINIA -IACOBSEN Pleasant Grove lligh, l, 2: Yoda-Bantl-Play, 3: Or- chestra, 3, 4. LA RUE HUNTING la Drama Club, l, 2. 3, 4: Pep Club, 3, 4: U. G. A. A., l, 2, 3, 4: Public Service Bureau, 33 Public Service Bureau Vice-President, 3: School Debating, 2, 3: Come Out of the Kitchen, 3: Class Reporter, 2, 3: Class Debating Manager. 2, 3: Class Girls Athletic Manager, 2: Class Debating, 2, 3: Pep Club Vice- President, 4: President of U. G, A. A., 4. - . 4 ir Y ,Y 'EL Q ,., f 1 :E IH, L Y B 'lun in Y i l ! l ! l l ' DONNA LYMAX Puhlic Service Bureau. Z, 3, -lg ll. E. C., 4: Scmingiry Graduate, 4: Captain Crosslvnnes, 4. MABLE MASSEY ll. F, C., l. 2. 3, 4: Pep Club. 41 Class Athletics. l. 2, 4.4: La Drama Clulxl 1, 43 Piqklgg, 2, JENNIE MERKLFY Captain Crosshnnes, 4. GLENN MORRILL Ag. Club, 2, 3, 4: School Stock judging Team, Z, 3: Truck, 2, 3, 43 Class Athleticw. 2, -l: Picklee, 2. WRIGHT NOEL Athletic Manager. I, Z: Clam Athlctice, l. 2, 3: Az Club. 2, 5, 4: Ag. Cluh President. -li Track, 2, it 4: Baukethull, 3, 4: Basketball Cztptztin, 4. Football Cup- tnin, 4: Chief of Police, 3: Class President. 4: Buxinpz. 3, Board of Control, 3, -l. LORNA OAKS ll, C., LZ. -l: Bzintl, Z, 4. ADA OLSEN Seminary Grnduaitc, 3: Conimercizil Club, 4. LLOYD POPE Schnol Electrician, l, Z, 7. 4: Belle of Barcelona, '42 Ag. Club, 4: Baud. l, 2, 3, 4: Year Bunk Salesman. 3. -lg Sen:-inatry Graduate, 4. l ,, 4ff is- .iid :fv- BEN RICHARDS Ag. Club, 2, 3, 4: Class Athletics, Z. 3, 4: Baskeg- ball, 2, 3. MARYETTA PREECE Yoda-Band-Play, I: Commercial Club, 3, 4: Captain Crossbones, 4. JUNE ROSS East lligh School. I, 2, 3: Pep Club, 4: Class Secre- tary. 4: ll, E. C.. 4: l.a Drama Club, 4: Glee, 4: Captain Crossbone. 4: Uintahn Staff. 4: llintah Staff, 4: Spanish Club, 4. FRANKIE ROBERTS Durango High and Marvel lligh. l, Z. 3: School Play, 3: Pep Club, 2: Vice-President. 3: Class Athletics, 3: Class Secretary and Treasurer, l. DEWARD SHINER Band, 2: Orchestra, 3: Glee, 3: Ag. Club, 3, 4. CARL SEARLE West lligh School. l, 2. 3: Class Cheer Leader, 4: La Drama Club, 4: Football, 4. OWEN SLAUGH Class President, I, 2: Business Manager. 3: Student Body President. 4: Ag, Club, 2, 4: Ag. Club Secretary, 2: Motion Picture Operator, 2. 3. 4, Class Athletics. 3. 4: Class Debating, 2: State jr. Farm Bureau Report- er, 2: School Electrician, 3, 4: Seminary Graduate, 3: Bus Driver, 3, 4. GLADYS SLA UGH La Drama Club, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club, 4: La Drama Secretary, 4: La Drama Reporter, 3: Class Vice-Pres- ident. 2. 4: Student Body Secretary, 3: Board of ' Control, 4: Pickles, 2: Belle of Barcelona, 3: H. E. C.. 2, 3: Orchestra, 4: Glee. I, Z, 3: Lfintah Staff, 3, 4: Llintahn Staff, 4: Class Debating, 2: Winner of Short Story Contest, 3, X-i.4.3 fvff fs: 1 - 29. s X.. R " 'lflg 'xy l ' ROBERT S'l'liliLE Class Athletics, 2, ?, 4: Ag. Club. 2, 3, 4: Ag. Club Secretary, -l: Chief of Police, 4: Board of Control, 3, 4: Football, 4: Track, -l: Boxing, X, 4. MARY LOL' Tl IORNE l,a Drama Club, Z, 3: Commercial Club, 3, 4: Lintahn Staff. 3, 4: Class Reporter. I: X'oda-Baml-Plat'. 2: Winner Thanksgiving Story Contest, 4: Spanish Club, -1, CLARA VE RNON Seminary Graduate, 4: School Band, I, 2. 3: I.:i Drama Club, 2, VIDLA WESTOVER ll. E. C., l: Pickles. 2. VERONA WINKLER l.a Drama Club, 3, 4: Pep Club, 4: Uintah Staff, 3, 43 ll. E. C., l: Public Service Bureau, 2, CH RYSTAL WOODR LFP' l.a Drama Club, l, Z, 3, 4: Pickles, 21 Seminarv Graduate,-1 Public Service Bureau. 2: Class Athletics, 2: Glee, l, A RTH Ll R WOOL E Y Class Athletics, I, 2, 3, 4: Class Debating Manager, 3: Class Debating Team, 3: Ag. Club, 3, 4: La Drama Club, Z: Pickles, Z: Belle of Barcelona, 3, School Football. 43 School Basketball, 2. 3, 4: School Track. 2, 35 Marathon. 2: Prom Committee, 3. EVAN WOR KMAN Pickles, 2: Seminary Graduate, 1: Commercial Club. 3: L'intah Staff, 3, -lg Captain Crnssbnnes, 4. L , -30- .-L44 l Wg- 4-wif? X' Y My ,.-- ,Y YY -1 me i H Af' .-- , ., ,,.:1.:L1,,: V H Y7- -7- 1'-' FAYE HUNT Captain Crossbones, 4. MAZIE CALDWELL Class Athletics, 23 Pep Club, 2, 31 La Drama Club, 2, 3, 4: ll. G. A. A., 2, 3, 3, 41 Pickles, Z3 Belle of Barcelona, 3, Captain Crossbones., 4: Public Service Bureau, 2, 3, 4: Glee, Z 3. MELBA HENRY Uintah High School Graduate, '29, Special Student if .dl - 31 - Auf. v f W I Hvviskmlx 1-""'x ' imqf' 'WH' N Q m M ? "Wifi, Q, 3511 2 ,Q 9521 :jr 4 Wgiifkizs , an U " MJ ' Qtek ff ' Yi M 5 Jfwsk -Q nm 4.161 -qv .Q wa ,gy if ai 5:3 . -37 jAX Eli Q A ' w . 2 -- L' wax LjfgLa 355 5 X 3 g 'f if :N PM f2iwkQP':a J f mn, f 'fwfw wx -2 ' K "i,i'1f 'fQs ' HP' , . - Qww hwgvw,w f'gw A, ' ,- . , I ' Q .E Q 'eff :ry "' ,. x . . M ami? V -f, iw, .: , I-. .,. :gym . i K 'Q ia' o 1.5. I g Q ,. D 'v,-.::r1'- m4,.,fv?'.- :u g R, H ,. - " - - . -3'1"-'-',':fA .. ,gg f ' ,A 'Sv - 'J Riff, ,.:f' L:4llg xl 1 ,x 1, , ,flash f, '-1 f agggmf f' I. 5 'K 'w, '1+s-:1 Y'.,. -1 , ' ' ,... f mwwwwqb wvfw 1' Q 'T EIL " " ,-J, fs? L ui 311 y- - X I -' wif '-2 1, Gp 5. si 5" Eiiiln JUNIORS DORAL EATON LORNA MURRAY ROWENA STRINGHAM President Vice-President Secretary "' ' Ulf? IUNIORS N u 61 y l 1 1 A 1 WELDON ALLRED MYRON BROUGH HOWARD CALDER RUBY CAMPBELL f THEO CARPENTER ZELPHA COOK X MELVIN ANDERSON LOUESA BINGHAM NELDON CALDER ALICE CALDWELL 4 GLADIS CHAPMAN VERNON COLLIER Q 1581 r 69 ri 2"' , A ,I X s-., g i- nn' 'f 14 A x-16" . - X ' 1 1 X REBA EATON GEORGE ERECKSON DONNA ERECKSON PEARL FOSTER WILLIAM FARRER IRIS GARDINER WILSON DUKE IIELENA COOPER ROMA EATON GRANT FRELSIONE ELLEN IIALI. PEARL GERMANN JUNIORS REVA HALL DALLAS HATCH -XLBRA HODGKINISON ORLAN KIOIINSON ALVIN KAY CHARLES LEWIS BLAINE HARDY YELDA II-NSLFM MAI? IIOFELTZ DEE JENKINS HAROLD KELLY AARON LEWIS IUNIORS PEARL MASSEY LYNNE McKEE FLORA MCCOY ALDEN MERRILL HOWARD MECHAM CLARA MURRAY DONALD MARYON GLENN LYBBERT MILDRED MCCARRELL ELMER MOON VEDA MURRAY LORNA MURRAY JUNIORS MAY NEWMEYER A BLANCITE RICHENS CARLOS ROBERTS IOLA SHANNO LORNA SIDDOWAY ETHEL ORA PREECE LOYAL OLSON KARL ROBERTS LOUIS ROBERTS VIOLA SMIRL WILEY STEWART JUNIORS RALPH WALL ACEL WALKER GOLDEN TIMOTHY GORDON YOUNG ADA WINN WILLIAM WEEKS LORIN IACKSON IOLA LEE PHILIP MARTIN JUNIORS K6' if 'x Q 1. MZEQZS- N -,ff?s':-AN - ', I I ff 1' Q! kk '25 I - MLW E Kel qg SOPHOMORES MERKLEY MARK HALL DOROTHY President Vice-President .S y Wilford Adams Floyd Allen Mulford Aycock George Alexander Loal Anderson Weldon Bastian Cora Bennion Victor Bingham lrene Behrman Thomas Bingham Wilda Bodily Nellie Brough Ruth Calder Arthur Boren Mable Burton Clifford Caldwell Naomi Collier Virginia Cooper Flora Caldwell Lorna Colton Elvin Dennis Zora Ellingford Richard Dow - 42 - june Erekson Lowell Fox Clyde Gardiner Acel Evans ' Alma Galbraith Reed Gardiner Marla Hall Mary Hatch Leatha Hair Mark Hall Barta Henderson Hollis Hullinger Merle jensen Mary Hoeft Marvin jackson Stanley King Harry McClanahan Davis Merkley Bud Markey Fern McMullen lloward Noel Pearl Merrill Vista Morrison Glenn Merrill LaVon Morrison -43- i l s l Virginia Noel Charles Oaks Wilbur Oaks Sam Paulson Mae Penfield Cornelia Peterson Frank Postma Lawrence Powell Weldon Richards Sarah Richardson Robert Ross Ilope Seeley Alson Shiner lfrances Smith Ray Smith Vonda Spiers Cato Wagner Thelma Wall Irene Watkins lfllen Weiland lloward Williams Wallace Winder linid Woods Ashley Xlorkman Marcel Young -44- .- fQ.a.-air.-Lggs. :- FRESHMEN GEORGE GALLOWAY KENNETH OAKS HELEN EVANS President Vice-President Secretary Clarence Ackhurst Thursa Alexander Clyde Anderson Denzel Adams Lawrence Allen ' Ruby Anderson Elnora Bascomb Winona Beck Sarah Ashhy Paul Batty Annie Boren Eldon Chivers Clara Colton Ethel Bowden - Bernice Colton LaBerle Cook Don Engbersen llelen Evans Earl Engersen Ashley Engberson Alta Fox Archie Germann O'Donnel Goodrich George Galloway Kathleen Goodrich -45- Leo Hacking Ernest Henderson Mary Helen Hacking Lawrence Hardy Lynn llall Uel Hunting Reed Hodgkinson Lela Hall Lorna johnson Wendell johnson Tenny johnston ldona Larsen llazel Lewis Hazel Lind Lorin Luster Robert Manker john Massey Thurman Merkley Kate Merkley lris Miller -47- Mildred Hatch Orva jacobsen Gena Lewis Delmain Martinsen Lewis Morgan l Earl Xewmeyer Lynn Oaks Clair Pickup Kenneth Oaks Clinton Peterson Uris Powell Ivan Powell Lila Richens I Mark Roberts Enid Reid Carl Richardson ,lay Searle Orval Sowards Mark Stringham Morris Vernon Vivian Smire Rhae Thomas l.aYerI Watkins Mildred Weist Werton Workman Kalma Young Norma White 'Calvin Winkler X P Xi L WP FQ !i if H in Wx W U I ! W 1 K 'EH Q-Q 55" f Ng-A Ne af ...T K "Cf: 49" 4'-X 4121? 5 H I 'Ei i 1 4 1 1- 'S 'Boston Tea Party" if .-if, ,,,l ' wr -I 5 Uintahn Staff HE Uintahn of l030 is of necessity sim- ilar to previous Uintahns, but it has been the purpose of the Staff to make it as representative and at the same time as dis- tinctive as possible of the year H929-30. ln addition to a presentation of historical events of the school year, each act of which holds out many happy associations to stu- dents, the Staff has attempted to weave into the book a Colonial theme. Of all the souvenirs of high school life probably there is none which is so cherished as the annual Year Book. Each year adds a chapter to the most interesting book of a a students lifeg and there is probably nothing in it which brings back more vivid- ly those happy days than the Year Book. GLADYS SLAUGH LORNA SIDDOWAY DALLAS HATCH jUNE ROSS MARY LOU THORNE DONALD MARYON - 50 - lt: Uintalzn Staff Afton Bingllaln . . Editor lloward Calder Business Manager Gladys Slaugh . Associate Editor Mary Lou Thorne . Associate Editor Dallas Hatch Assistant Business Manager june Ross . Class and Club Editor Lorna Siddoway Music and Dramatics Editor Donald Maryon Athletic Editor Elizabeth Chapman . . Art Editor Gordon Young . Snap Sbot Editor Isabelle llislop . Calendar Editor A llarold Kelly . Humor Editor Wilson Duke . Humor Editor Dallas johnson Faculty Advisor HOWARD QQALDIQQR lil.llABlETll CHAPMAN GORDON YOUNG ALICE CALDWELL HAROLD KELLY WILSON DUKE DALLAS jOllNSON -51. Uintah Staff UBLISIIING the Lfintah everv other Wednesday during the school year in- volves a great deal of work on the part of many student journalists. Miss Helen Cal- der, who was the associate editor last year. was appointed this year's editor, and has acted in this capacity. She has been assist- ed by Miss june Ross as associate editor. together with an extremely capable repor- torial staff. lloward Calder has proved to be a highly' efficient business manager. lt is our hope that the paper has proved HH IN Ml mek a success in the minds of the students, and has been a true picture of school life. .IUNE ROSS DALLAS jOHNSON DALLAS H.-'kTiQll WILSON DUKE IRENE WATKINS EYAN WORKMAN -53- Uintah Staff Helen Calder .... Editor Howard Calder . Business Manager june Ross . . Associate Editor Dallas Hatch Assistant Business Manager Wilson Duke Irene Watkins Lorna Colton Evan Workman Merle jensen Grace Slaugh . Sydney Goodrich Gladys Slaugh Sydney Goodrich Dallas johnson Sports Editor Local Editor Humor Editor Exchange Editor . Reporter . Reporter Reporter Typist . . Typist Faculty Advisor HOWARD CALDER LORNA COLTON SYDNEY GOODRICH GLADYS Sl.AL'GlI MERLE JENSEN GRACE Sl.AUGll -53- liA'l'lllfRlNl2 T. IIQWIS DAl.l.AS HATCH llrtlnmlitf Ifnurlw .llanager Hpenrodn "Penrod" was the school play this year and was very successfully presented on December ll and l3 Linder the direction ol' Miss Katherine Taylor, Dramatic Art instructor, the fore part of the year. The cast was as follows: Thurman Merkley, Victor Bingham, Wilson Duke, Sydney Goodrich, Dallas Hatch. LaMar Cook, Clinton Peterson, Earnest llender- son, Merle ilensen, lloward Calder, Lewis Roberts, Louesa Bingham, Weldon Bastian Neldon Calder, Carlos Roberts, Ilelen Calder, and Wallace Winder. Q -gr XVII SON DUKIE GI IZN GIWTMON .llumlyvr Illtlllltllll Com lr "Do The 5Dead Stay Dead" llli Departmental play this year was "Do the Dead Stay Dead," a mystery- comedy-drama. The play was presented on February l3 and l-l. Mr. Glen Guymon very ably coached the play which was full of suspense lo the end. The cast traveled to lleber City with the March l. The cast: Lorna Siddoway, Dallas llatch, lloward Calder, Isabell llislop, Afton Bingham, Gordon Young, Eldon Cook, and Vernon Collier. play where it was presented Wilson Duke, Lahlar Cook, llarold Kelly, Lewis Roberts, -55- -s s 1' ' f- .CA..TM,-....t, s , 3. I H - .. "Tlll'i OWL" Slate Contest l'IilAi' Voda Band VERY successful Voda-Band was presented this year hy the student body. The Senior Class presented the first night's enter- tainment which was a vaudeville of six acts. These included a one- act play, "The Mayor and the Manicure," the cast including Marval llatch, june Ross, Owen Slaugh, and Carl Searle: some selections hv the Senior orchestra: a Senior boys' quartet: a skit, 'AThe Talk of the Town"g "The Songhirdsf' a skit directed by Glen Guymon, in which Wilson, Dote, Dallas and Mr. Guymon took part: "Lies" a skit acted hy Weldon Bastian and Mable Massey: and two dancing acts directed hy Marva Hodson. The characters for the parts were well chosen and excellent acting, dancing, and singing ability was displayed by each. The second nights entertainment was provided by the music depart- ment ot' the school. Selections were given hy the hand, orchestra, junior orchestra, junior glee, chorus and Ladies Glee. We have a truly excellent music department and we appreciate Mr. Winn's eltorts in directing this and other musical features of the year. lt has been our custom to have the liaculty Play on the last night of this three-day entertainment, but since this was prevented by other activities, the State Contest Play and a picture show was given, liv- tremely fine talent was shown by the students of the Dramatic Art Department, who took part in the Contest Play, showing the effects ol' good coaching and much preparation. Taken all in all, the Yoda- Band of l930 was one of the greatest successes of the year both finan- cially and artistically. rrfff'-QXXXY X i g.q. - be - been A I MISS BOSH HELEN CALDER MADA l-lAl.L lYTllEl. STRINGIIAM l.ORNA MURRAY GRACE Sl.AUGIl MARION DUDLEY Type Team lllS year Lintah entered into a new field of competition-that of typing. In the contest with Roosevelt held at U. ll. S. the blue and white won 4 to l. ln the return contest held at Roosevelt, we were again victorious, 3 to 2. Above is a picture of the group taken before they left for the last COI1lCSl. Oratory RATORY holds unusual prominence at the Uintah lligh School. There are annually two contests held: the National Oratorical contest on the Constitution, and the O'Donnel Medal Contest. Defeating four other con- testants, llelen Calder was school finalist for the National Oratorical Con- test. Marcel Young was awarded second place, while Neldon Calder and llelen llenderson were tied for third. The O'Donnel Medal Contest, which qualifies the winner to compete in the U. B. l. C. contest in August, has not been held as the book goes to press. U B. I C. W1'nnePs IYIWII llif-I1 School Ins In-cn l.1lI'llIl1'llC in winninv fm' uw . . 5 . Q . . T, ycnra thu U. li, I. C, conlcsl. In N27 Gram! Czxlllvr man thu l1unm', whilc lust ycur llclcn Czlldcr, GIYIHIVS cousin. ual: lhc succcsalill co11Icatz1nl. We gm- Pllllllki ul' ilu-mc two sludcnls. uhm lWI'ULlQJ,IlI lo thc sclmol this 1'ccc1gniIim1. ' 1 Y- S- ,-, ,. l. Y,..-fi Z "f- 'f'bA 'ff--A- '--. 1 , , . K --X 4' - V- - IJ- x x. x.,'K. N A-,, I I T x ,- 11, Ap , I -.- 4-, 1 .- , D , - '- V ,4 I .V,1, .'4-x:.v-n':,,x . K . V ,4 - 3. -V x, X ' -5g- A LaRUE HUNTING REED MORRlLL Manager Debating Coacb Debating The question for debate this year was: "Resolved, that the Utah State Compulsory School Law be changed from eighteen to sixteen years." Our school debators who were coached by Reed Merrill were Howard Calder, l,nM:4r Cook, and Cornelia Peterson, Negative: and Marcel Young, Leatha llair and Louis Roberts, Affirmative, Class debates held earlier in the season, aroused much interest, V,,,,, H, LaMAR COOK HOWARD CALDER CORNELIA PETFRSON LEATHA HAIR MARCEL YOUNG LOUIS ROBERTS -59. 1 .1 -, ':uu::':u-- ,-.::-,:.i' tg: fi: L .--Q :1:""' ' ' "f . -my Y--.fr-.U--. wt..- Stoclc Ju df? 1' 7112? TLPCI m l ll aluqli -lllxlglllg ta-41111 mzulc gm Q-mmlwlc 5l1tlXXlllg Ill In c4lI11pL'Il- tum lW4Jlll gil llu- Slzlu- lfxlix un Oclulu-r 5, guul ill tlu- Ugllvn Stuck Mum' un xlillllllllj' ll, Nlurcul Nuung, Qu-urgc ltu-lmm, guul llulllx llullingcr, llu- lCLlll1 xxluv xxx-nt lu llu- slam- lair, xwn llmilml plglcc lu gilllllllg l-443 pmnlx llglllll 1482 Im' Ilu- IL-:lm xxlnclm xxguw Llwgllxlull lim plglcc. Nlnrccl Young ww llu- lmiglu-Nl scuring lIlLllYlLlll.ll in ilu- nu-L-1, ranking higglu-ul Lmumg lllll Ulllk'l' CUl1lL'5lLllllS. lll- mlm mm Ll gold lNL'kllll lm' scoring 111:111- puinls in judging sxxilu-, 'lllux ix ll unullu- lunuu' lm' l llllllll, slum- il ix llu- lim linu- Ilult :my 5lllklL'Ill l-I'llll1 llux llixlricl luu L-xx-r lu-cn high plain! mlm in ll xlgzu- IUPUI. .Xl llu- Ogllun l,1x'L-xmclx Slum un tlZll1llLlI'AX' ll. Nlllrccl NULIHQ. lil-1' All'Illill1N, guul Qu-urgv lirclmmn l'L'lll'L'5L'Illk'xl llnlgllm lligll. lk-u um Ilu- lcguling scum-1' lm' nur IL-Lim ill llull nu-cl. 'Q--' ,. ,f - ' - Q 'M ,, - I -lm- W l I s so ec- bfusic IIE music department renders an in- valuable service to the school in its presentation of its musical programs through the year. Under the direction of Mr. Lloyd Winn a very fine band and orchestra, junior and Senior Glees for boys and girls, and a chorus were organ- ized. The department presented a con- cert ol interest to music lovers on jan- uary 20. The most important activity ot' the department was the presentation of "Captain Crossbonesf' a light opera. I,I OYD XYINN Chorus A very well trained chorus has presented many fine muslcal numbers to the student body year. ik f .gf f" 4 "x, - , X' BAXD 'Iiliia XVIII' hats lwcn Il sticccasttil um' tm' thc L'. H. S, lixtml, littlci' tltc lczttlur- whip til' Lloyd Winn thuy ltgivt- l'urnislit-tl many splcnditl iitimbcra for ztsmctnlwly prugrztiiis. URClIIliS'IiRfX During tht- past XCLII' thc lf ll. S. has lmgtstctl thu in-at UIACi1L'Nll'll tligtt lim been pmtlticcti ht-rc in yours. 'l'hc orclicstrzi has plxtyctl xxitlt grcztt xscccss :tt scliuul titlnctitms. -HNIOR ORCIIII2S'IARfX A m-xx' urgztnizzttitm ol, its kind, thc klunim' Orchcstrgt, has tilluti ll uniqttu position in the Music Dt-pltrtmcnt. .q,2- "CAP'l'Al N CROSSBON U .-XP'l':XlX Crosshonesf' a very popular opera written by Arthur A. Penn. was presented on April ll and IZ. Mr. Lloyd Winn. assisted hy Nlr, Glen Guymon, Miss Coy liile and Miss Marya llodson, directed the production. There nere ahout ninety members including the main cast, chorus ol' pirates. chorus ol' servants, chorus of wives and sweethearts and chorus ol' relations. 'l'he characters were as follows: Don Cuheh, a Spanish Grandee, lfrank Postma: Donna Isahella, yyile of the Don. Mary Langford: Theresa, their daughter, Afton Bingham: lileanor, an American heiress. Alice Caldwell: Miss Pelling. a female tutor, Norma Allen. Richard Stoneyhroke tllaptain Crosshonesj an American planter, Wiley Stewart: Captain Bomhastio. an Island policeman. Weldon Bastian: Anthony Law, a legal advisor, Lewis Rohertsg Bill Pilgrim, a retired pugilist, Gordon Young: Kitty, the postmistress. Gladys Slaughg Zim and Zam. the lsland police lorce, Yictor Bingham and Loyd Pope, respectively. A G G . . . , , ,A-s, -. 9 X, Y! 1, , frlyjy, ,g2f1-?"" "Y, s 4"-c -f V-f, , - -.gfrf ' N'1ef23w X vegas - 1 - X D Xcifwlif ff U 64 - P ' ' Def- QQ-:fab-If 'c':..f'g-," 'X GORDON YOUNG KARI, ROBERTS IOUESA BINGH.-XM Chairman ETHEI, STRINGHAM WILSON DUKE Dlili ilENK.NS REED MORRILL MARYA HODSON DEAXE BENNION Junior Promenade HE guests of the junior Prom, held this year in the Imperial, were ushered into a scene of barbaric splendor. They found themselves in a room where Pirates reigned with a high hand. An actual Pirate's cave was constructed on the stage. Festoons of moss hung from the ceiling: cobwebs concealed eerie corners. Moss-Covered rocks and casks were placed for seats. A rocky arch spanned the entrance of the cave, where a painted figure of the King of the Pirates himself surveyed the scene. Down in the ballroom, a ceiling of flaming barbaric colors--reds, greens.. purples, yellows, and browns-carried out further the pirate theme. Brightly colored parrots hung on rings from the ceiling. Pictures of pirates, chests, skulls and crossbones, were placed in panels on the walls. Refreshments were served from an authentic old pre-war bar built back-stage, where pirate maidens presided. f 7 X -'X-Xxx' N. X 414 PQ FQ, Wi? Ms THE PIRATES' CAVE AIUNIOR PROMENADE -65- . 5 - --4 1 1 f "'Ti.-En, ,-. rr 1 ' ' r me a an be -W A f Lorna Siddoway june Ross Barta Henderson junius llacking Arthur Woofey Dee jenkins Rowena Stringham Ruth Calder Cora Bennion Robert Steele George lirekson George Alexander Afton Bingham Deane Bennion Coy Fife Wright Noel Harold Lundell H E. C. And Ag Club Ba!! HE Ag Club worked in cooperation with the Home Economics Club to give a very successful Harvest Ball on November 28. The ball, an annual affair, was held at the lmperial Hall, and came as a climax to a busy autumn social season. The presidents of the two clubs acted as chair- men to complete arrangements. The hall was decorated in autumn colors of yellow and orange. with cedar trees giving a true harvest atmosphere. E41-f,f,4?!5f3! f tk -Q- N? qf -Q 1. Q .7 A is '14 -.1-D' 'Q F cSQff18H1Q7ZfS ' f - f' - ,L L. Q in i .---,.- . ee A, f emefefeee - The O43 Cfub HE Ag Club has been one of the pep- piest organizations in the school this year. lt has been successful in many activ- ities, too many to record here. lts social events, successful from every standpoint, included the Ball given with the H, E. C. Club, and the annual banquet. During the state fair, the entire club ac- companied the Stock judging team to Salt Lake City. The two boxing bouts and wrest- ling matches with Roosevelt were sponsored by the Ag Club, and in both of these Llin- ' Q tah was victorious. HAROLD LUNDHL The project of the club for this year is to sod the campus. The boys were certainly selecting a big job when they took this upon themselves. The club has done some very complimentary work this year and has been successful from every angle. WRIGHT NOEL jl'NlUS HACKING ROBERT STEELE President Vice-President Secretary L N-ff 1" f f' "" 'K 'XX 'T X .XJ if -ff'-ff, ff,-Q ' .,, e, , -68- ,,, N, S ll. Noel C. Oaks D. Shiner W. Stewart W. Winder M. Young W. Allred F. Allen L. Hall L. llacking .Oaks L. Pope C. Peterson . Stringham R. Smith G. Timothy R. Wall C. Roberts W. Adams Anderson V. Bingham C. Caldwell Hall D. jenkins A. Kay G. Morrill ll. Mecham - 69 - Richards O. Slaugh Wooley C. Wagner Powell M. Brough Dudley G. Erekson Merkley I.. McKee COY FIFE DEANF BISNNION Home Economics Club llE purpose of the Home Economics Club is to foster interest in the various branches of Home Economics. Through a wholesome association in social activities a closer cooperation between faculty members and girls registered in the department is made possible. The activities of the year have included a peppy initiation hike and a very successful ball sponsored jointly by the ll. E. C. Club and the Ag Club. The officers are: Afton Bingham, presidentg Marval llatch, vice-presidentg and Barta Henderson, secretary. The faculty sponsors are Miss Fife and Miss Bennion. AFTOV BINGHAM MARYAI. HATCH BARTA HENDERSON I'res1dent Vice-I'residr:nl Secretary -'fO- Allen Anderson C. Bennion V. Bennion Calder A. Caldwell F. Caldwell Cooper Eaton R, Eaton Evans Goodrich Hacking Hair Hall H. Haslem V. Hasfem Hatch Henderson Hislop Jensen M. Massey P. Massey Murray Noel Oaks Peterson Ross Siddoway Slaugh Spiers E. Stringham R. Stringham White -7l- GLEN GUYMON KATHERINE TAYl.OR LEWIS La Drama Club Appreciation of what is fine in drama has been the ideal of the La Drama Club this year. The activities of the club have been ably led by Howard Calder, president. HOWARD CALDER SYDNEY GOODRICH GLADYS SLAUGH President Vire4Prexident Secretary -72- llislup A. Lewis I liclly j. lirvlwnn Preece W. Wimler lnstinu ll, llcndcrson Ynnng A. W nrml Ivy llmlgkinsnn l. l ue Bi ighzun Cook Riclwns llnaliiln Sfdiluway l' Caldwell j. Hacking Mo.-rklcy Aycnck Slzlugh Murrisnn Wumlb Pi-turson -73- Noel il, Roberts Cooper Ill, jcnsen Russ j. Searle l.:1rscn Y. Spivrs Hunting l., Roberts Morrison ll. liiuina li, llendersun Y. D M K. Ill G. Murray jenkins I lnlcli Oaks Nlfclllfffll Young llatch . Henderson . Calder . Winkler Bingham Colton 1,-, ze, f ""' "ex ' .... ,.-.. .. .... - swung? 'tT?'?"' UW' 'iw 7 Pep Club HE Pep Club has been the nucleus of student pep during the past year. The i girls have been enthusiastic at every ball game and school activity. Almost every l ball game has been an occasion for them to stage some clever stunt. Their uniforms, white sweaters and white skirts, distinguish them inla very attractive manner. T They complimented the football boys by tendering them a banquet at the end of the 59115011 MARVA HODSON LINNIE COOK I.aRUE HUNTING MARIE ANDERSON Secfelary Vice-Prendent President K ,r 1 ,.' 1. 'XX X -X vrffl XX X H -x VT ' ": be-:QLK,sx1eAbf-1 -4' -r Norma Allen Cora Bennion 'N'ltflI'l1i1 Bennion Afton Bingham .-Xlice Caldwell Nlazie Caldwell Lela Goodrich Sydney Goodrich fllnrvul llatch lsubell llislop Mable Massey l.orm1 Murray june Ross lzthel Stringham Lorna Siddwwuy Verona Winkler -75- Commerczbl Club HE Commercial Club brings in the matters of outside vocational interest to its members. Several business men and women have given talks to the stu- dents, that have made the future stenogs and typists aspire to finer things in the business world. MERIE BOSH l.El,A GOODRICH LILA ROBBINS MELBA HENRY President Vive-President Secretary - rn,-W 7 7 ,,!.7w - KY 1 If :iid-1:15-Q-XX wx, jx ixf- ,X ri' -Q-k dl ff in ,f -Xxx-' ,Lffjt-f QR-xx gin X xx k jx X jI W , , xx 'X Qggvsr C-bi, . S. S of lg " 7l'f:'i.. ae-. ---.- , gg xx-rg ,,,,.., M Seminary Graduates llE l9Z9-30 year has been a year of de- t lightful activity in the Seminary. One hundred and twenty-five students have en- rolled this year in the study of at least one of the three courses given, Old Testament, New Testament, and Church History and Doctrine. Many truths have been learned and many attitudes and ideals established which will cause students throughout their lives to remember with pleasure the rich experience enjoyed in the Seminary in l929- 30. Plasant cooperation with the Uintah High School Administration and Faculty ee has enriched the year's work. At the close ANTHON CANNON of the year the Seminary looks forward to a bigger and better year l930-31 and exclaims, "Let's Grow Together." Vernon Hardy Lyman Merrill ll. Hodgkinson Eaton Weeks Nlcllarrel Ashby Newmeyer Carrol Gardiner Pope llcnderson Lyhberts Foster Eaton Woodruff A. llodgkinson - . .. 4 K A- .gf x ,f',f','21i'C R. T5-Tv? . 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Ihc l11lll'llli1l I1 thi: ycztr 1 '1 A - 1 'NW "iM""R thtr 111111151-ti hy thc 1101111111111 ol' thirty prizes from X'cr11z1l Mcrch:111ts. lfulltrwiiig tht-so activities came the fiultl i11 which l'i11t:1h has zilxrgiys cxcullcti 31l5kL'li7llii. Six of thc s1:vc11 lcngtic gz11111-5 were 111111 hy Lf II. S. Hur one dcfcnt 1, .i,. ,,,, .....41-., ., . . V' ,ii 5:1713 K A -Yfwi -ll'NllS IIAKKIXG DFI? JVNKINF .Yurimr .'Ill1l1'l11' tl1u111y1r l1111r11r 111111111 .H.11111:1 . x Q -HL t1'mi11c1-tl apmt-I'1111thg1ll. This is thc first ' 111111 our lirst LLZIINL' slioxxx-11 us that 111- haul L'l1iCl't'Li :1 lie-hi 111 which our xliuul is 111'- 1lz1i11c1i to cxccll. lin-1'y' gllllk' 1114 thc at-1151111 wt-111 to our credit with thc 1-xccptimi ot' 11111-. wht l111ttlc with CI11rh1111, wc lmt thc gums hy thc I'l1lll'gil1 of ll singlr 1111111111-11 1-11111-r z1spir1111ts4 Interest was tur- 04111 letics was suffered at the hands of the Roosevelt boys, but two later games more than made up for this defeat. Supremacy in this division gave us en- trance to the Round Robin. Here also our boys were victorious, bringing away a clear record. The Round Robin Championship gave us, once more, entrance to the State Tourna- ment. Following basketball, track engaged the attention to U. H .slaves. As we go to press, our teams are just getting in full stride. There is every expectation of another successful year in this direction. THOMAS B INGHAM Athletic Manager We will all agree, l believe, that athletics have had a very successful year in our dear old Uintah High. GEORGE ALEXANDER ARTHUR MERRILL Sophomore Athletic Manager Freshman Athletic Manager -8l- 'Mwst' A- 0- A 1 I Y' Q- Xi- N , A-1 v P im iw-I hn T 1 i F . l , 1 i l i , . Foo tba II N a single season's victorious battles, Uintah has been accorded her proper place in the front ranks of a new sport. football. What a phenomenon for a school-any school-to rise in her first year to the heights we have attained. Our honors were earned, however. More difficulties were encountered than would appear. Coach Taylor had a long and arduous task in developing our first football team. Few men cared to come out for a new, untried sport where ftradi- tion heldj bones were of small account, and one was used occasionally for a dummy. ln spite of the difficulties patience, perserverance and hard work brought rapid improvement. After a period of intensive training our gridiron career was officially opened in an easily won game with Huntington. This auspicious beginning was followed by victory after victory. L'intah in her first football year was defeated only once, and then by a margin of only one point by a team long famed for championship football. This single defeat, that in the game with Carbon, was one of the hardest fought battles of the season. lt was the tenacious determination to 'Ahold that line," shown by our men, until the final gun, that demonstrated the fighting spirit of LT. lfl. S. Need we add that we look forward to still greater future success. characterized by the superior. K f 1 I - fl- Q 1 x x 'f -- If , -f .X Txzxs-cyl! RQJQF, X 'J V' f-,,..czKAQLY,i,,.Q,f ,ff NASTT 3 - S- - .4 g- v-QTY ..-...-.--1 A - F , F' . W K A k 'lf D ' mix - . ,Q bt- A . A A nl A- fx ' ' i ts.: 'ffl 5, . " ii! f lfcf- ' ' 'tl ' .. X A ' 'Q ' , -'i,f'31f1f,g-,wvr- .Lf -,., :'V .J -'-- .,N. I A -..', CAPTAIN WRIGHT "scRuuBER" NOEL DORAL. '-DoTE" EATON Hallback Captain-elect lfnlflmk L'intah Huntington 0 Uintah Castle Dale 0 Uintah Carbon 7 Uintah Ferron 0 Total Total 7 K I L , , , A Xt X to , t8wbs gs,eseQf n, I- ' ,H -em L LL, E- I L, L Lottie GEORGE "ALEX" ALEXANDER WILLIAM "BILL" KARREN F ul lback Tackle Hun ting ton Game ATURDAY, October 7, was a great day for Uintah. Huntington, our first football opponents, were to meet our boys. Amid high spirits and anxiety the game opened with Huntington kicking and Uintah receiving. There was not a moments Iet up during the first quarter. Huntington was determined to show us she would not be beaten by a team in its first game, and our boys were just as determined they were going to show their stuff. In terrific tension the first Kff - E -.-- , ' .A . . ' . . Af - lj. .. .. .,..... . ' ' x , ' . K L A A' yvvy gr ' ' A I W ifffyz 5, A RE . ,::.ni,.A A CARL "CAL" SEARLE ROBERT "BOB" STEELE End End quarter ended with a total lack of points on either side. The second quarter was marked by the drive put forth by the deter- mined Uintahns. Their efforts were rewarded almost while the gun for the half was being raised. Our full back, Noel, made a beautiful run around left end and the first touchdown in the history of the school was made. Two more goals came in the fourth quarter, carried through by Dote and Alex. The work of the entire team, in its first encounter was commendable in the extreme. ,. ,,,,, .. .,,.,,.1.. -,.. .. . 4. . ' e - -- . . L, :Va '- - ':: A .i.-QKQ RK 6 i- - xv-V , " ,Af ARTHUR "ART" WOOLEY LAWRENCE POWELL Center Guard Castle Dale Game Our second game of the season was played at Castle Dale. Somewhat seasoned by our Huntington game, this contest. was easily decided in our favor. Bob Steele, catching a forward pass from Alexander, made a beautiful touchdown. A goal kick was made, putting the score at 7-0, where it remained during the remainder of the game. HOWARD ' Q' ' ""qfrf' f Xe-e X w l X Q ' "TURK" CALDER EMIL "HAD" HADLOCK Carbon Game' bon Our third encounter was staged on the gridiron of Car County. This team has long been famed for fine football and it was with some apprehension that home fans awaited the out- come. Of course, however, Uintah came through, and put forth their best effort, almost succeeding in running away with the game. After ra terrifically hard fought battle, the game ended with a score of 7-6 in favor of Carbon. This score was the only one in which Uintah received the small end, and we can be proud ' ' b ll team. of such a score from a gam e with a champion foot a X j' , N --:g:: -.-.-- 1-4 - ., ---, -- -----A - -- - -V. - X A - W 'Q 4' ' ,A gf HA sv .I x - 1 1 1 'fl X EM f'pL5axmw.-W1fee L f-:w.wsQ59vzg3, v- mfwsf-f 1 1' - 7 I ORLAN "SI'O'I"' JOHNSON MULFORD "TUBE" AYCOCK Quarterback Halfback TIIRILLING MOINIENTS IN CARBON UINTAII GAME 1 gf? . .xx :gg HZ. K , x , ' 1.3 fgizll Zig' ' 'R . K 'M' '25 fl ,tx 1 Q ,, 5 7 N 24 ' 4 gf st, . H ki V W-6 5 DONALD "DON" MARYON BL.-UNIT "BOCES" ll.-XRDY CL'llfc'f Gmini R , -- '7" ' ',- ' ""L-7271? Q "X '-X 5 fi ':'T- J-ff!-V' I f - I if ff .Qffvrf ,fgffff'x:.4f,'-X X -..A- 'w,-P.l-,,MQX- " XA '--f Q-1.54 -f ,kiff-,.-'.f ' ,if '-'-'ES' 'X -gb-MM X5fjXX!,NXr.Y--- ' 4 L. ' wiki 1 r, ml, . ' 1 'limit 1-1-IN-V 1 K' N I 5 - Fen E' '95 4' Q' ' fl ""'A' " ' A CARLOS "BLONDY" ROBERTS DALLAS "DAL" HATCH NILE "PUNK" HARDY ROBERT "BOB" STEELE Ferron Game October 25, one more stone in the foundation we are build- ing was laid, in an easily won game with Ferron. During the second quarter of the game Uintah rushed through three touch- downs. ln the last quarter Alexander demonstrated a rare style of side stepping to race 37 yards for our fourth touchdown. The game ended: Uintah, 26-Ferron, 0. . 'Ir "1 M '5F,- L ' r J . A A 'E ' 4 . , It K . . ijt! . ,ff 1 O. f . . . T A ' T we A - y at E, ,. V., ,:,Vt, i:.e..a1:?tt t...'.Vet X "' DEE JENKINS HOWARD COLLETT Guard Guard LOUIS HAVERYH ROBERTS XVILSON "YVlLS" DUKE End Quarterback -89- 1 i t. t Basketba II ASlilf'l'BAl-L was made interesting this year by a series of pre-season games, Practice gained from these games was valuable to the team and the clashes were interesting to the fans. Many a fine tilt was witnessed between Uintah and Pilmids, L. D. S.. B. Y. Lf and other teams, by the L'. H S. student body, and we heartily thank our coach for the opportunities offered us ln the League games this year a new team appeared, that of Duchesne City. They were given a hearty welcome at Li. ll. S. and promptly shown their places by a 00-2 score in our first game with the newcomers. They were undis- mayed, however, evidently realizing they have plenty of time to advance. Great enthusiasm was aroused in our contests with Roosevelt, owing to the fact that Llintah was actually defeated in her first game with our old enemies by a score of I3-lo in favor of Roosevelt. Of course we weren't greatly alarmed. and our confidence was awarded in the following and tie-off games in which the scores were 3l-20 and Z0-Z3 respectively. These three games were regarded as among the most exciting ever witnessed by the student body. Our two games with Central left scores in favor of L'intah. J J Y f F.-fm, .f ' ," ,',' 71" fe-' XX '4','s, N X s ' T' 'I ' ii f! ' 'ii -, .Xe 4 .- , cwxxxx Iii- ",- -1- ' f' a , 4 . ,' .- ' .'.- 1... 2 gfbvvx- s -. N n r 'xx I -f K --Z: plfi-.lg , dx .- ,gf ' -'00 - 'ff-,,N " Xe nf, mfr.- . - --.- M14 ia ia, 4 '-in iw i ' a J Q as wa AM ,W W. . , - W..- Inrer-Class Basketball Champs N thc nnnuzxl inlcr-claus bziskctlwzill scrics this ycgii' thc juniors came out victorious. Grcul interest was vvidciiccd by the crowds than Ilircmgui thc gym floor un lxislictbnll 1liilCl'l10UI1S. The i1llI'aiCSI fmiglit battle was that lwctwecii the Sopliuimwcs and the Seniors, in which the Suphonimcs czimc out zihczid wilh il single point Iczui. ,V XJ ' P-1-Q , Q Y' 'i Y - -f- X ..-f'T' f ,- 5-'figs 3 . - - 'K -xx- Q :,,,.? - .f I, .A -,,- . , N xi. , ,. , , ,- f -A -. --. ,. 4 -- -x - U 1 ,, ,., ., 1 .-,-n,-Vi -.-. nj' .--' - f '- " " ff' -oi- i s x x 'X . ?"'1" -' if i l eeee - ea I CAPTAIN XVRlC1ll'l' "SCRL'BBER" NOEL GEORGE "ALEX" ALEXANDl R Guard Forward DORAL "DOTE" EATON EMIL "ElVlANUEL" H.-XDLOC lx Forward Center Pre-League Uintrlh I5 Castle Dale Llintzih Springville Uintah 30 Castle Dale Llllltllll Springville Uintah 20 Snow College Uintah Pilmids Llintzlh I7 Snow College Lintah L. D S. Uintah 31 Payson Uintnh L. D. 5. Uintah 28 Payson L'intz1h B. Y. lf K if X x 'fxefxe -T A C .C if-Cf Q9Qpf Sg4l !X is D - I . H. -,V Q, -.,w.-If 7 .V . ,g-, ,ta - "A ' ..i . " . "' I M KAII """' " ' """ ' ""' ' ' ' -.-, ROBERT "BOB" STEELE BLAIN "BOGUS" HARDY LOYAL "SUPE" OLSON WILLIAM "BILL" WEEKS Guard Gudfd League Games Our Score Opp. Score Our Score Opp. Score Uintah Central 7 I Uintah Duchesne 8 Umtah 80 Central 14 Umtah I3 Roosevelt I6 i Uintah 3l Roosevelt 29 Umtah 60 Duchesne 2 Uintah 234' Roosevelt 253 fl fe' I I iii ,. 'I j I .1 1: I. E '1 :Sv I 4 I -4 'H .-I I 4' E I ti ,U 5 ' I 41 l 1. I1 E -s 'I 'fs ' n Ee 'T 1 . , ' ' 'x. .. , Round Robbin T seems to have become a habit of ours, this running away with victories and championships. We have learned to expect it. were certainly fulfilled in the Round Robin Basketball Price, March 6-7-8. Our boys dashed through exciting Moab and Price with decided victories in all. This supremacy in our division game gave us entrance to the State Tournament. lt has been many a year since there were any Lintahns cheer- ing their team at the State Tournament, and we hope, and believe, we will be represented at the state tournament for many years to come. Following is the schedule for the Round Robin. Our expectations tournament, held at games with lierron. Uintah 45 Ferron I2 Uintah 37 Moab I5 Uintah Z3 Price l-l Total Score 105 Total Score -ll State Tournament ITH the State Tournament came the close of L'intah's victorious season, llard fought battles had placed us there, and the clean fight- ing and good sportsmanship of the boys from Uintah won praise from many fans. Our boys went into action March 19, in a fast game with Bingham, one of the strong teams of the meet. The score ended, after determined effort on our part, at 29-19 in favor of Bingham. The second night, the score was somewhat closer. We had run up against a fine bunch of fellows, however, and we failed to defeat them. The score stood 16-20 at the end. Though our boys failed to bring home a state championship, they brought something infinitely finer-the knowledge that with two of our best men out of the games, we could still fight, and fight some more, that we could fight fair and fight square. Uintah I9 Bingham 29 - Uintah I6 Monroe Z0 Total Score 35 Total Score 49 AZTQQZV-7 ' 5 ff u iiilidliffrf Tx In-:Liz 04 TN " Xgxy- - - " -Q X .IX ,f ' A 31, -3 - s fi . :usp -. GEORGE GALLOWAY Cjllarathon EDNESDAY, November 27, was a day of unusual excitement at the U. H. S. After a period of intensive training on the part of the participants, and of unusual eagerness on the part of the spec- tators, the annual Marathon was staged, at noon. The four upper classes each had a large number of entrants. The Sophomores, because of the great number of entries, had high hopes of winning the banquet to be given the victorious class. The course, of two and one half miles, was run by over IOO men, each made doubly eager by the donation of thirty-one prizes by enthusiastic Vernal Merchants. A well earned first place went to George Galloway with Nile Hardy and Lynne Hall close contestors. .J Y i 3 fi 'E ff i 2' A1 ,1 I 1 fl .Il 31 E i . Us 'i 1 5 V- 95 .E i X E i ALEXANDER w. NOEL GALLOWAY JENKINS H. NOEL CALDER Cfrfaclc As we go to press, the track team is getting in stride for future meets. Our men have always been successful in past years, and we look forward with confidence to "Scrubber" and "Farrrrrrrar" and other stars to uphold the school traditions. , L jf Ed, wl l-.'1 ,AA . -.,..e.: ..s..,.4-' ,-ey, ,,l-- ' es - - ' -- .::sQ7g, X- 1, i.. l.....l.-...-l-1-- -..-l---i-Q "' 3-Q-7 -n-un-p Roasnrs Pope H. Hooomsox A. Hoocmsou Q oAks A. wooLEv HACKING Track The interclass-track meet has always been an ex- citing and interesting feature of the track season. Winners in this event go to Price, and from there to Salt Lake City. We look forward to seeing several of our men victorious at Salt Lake. Last year the inter-class meet was won by the juniors. -L+-95. .v 'a if , 2.1 IIENDIERSON WOOLEY HARDY STEELE MERKLEY HACKING -93- inf .,,.' .-in--Jud "iixff--.,-1 I 5 Qc ALXRXIX I lt JDSON Cmlffl Girls A thletics Kg V, ,P-fx-.XX -, A Rf ,Af ,r ,Z jx flffff N4 ' Xvlalxx 13' - O9 - .....4,.i...,.,.1 lr N Q Inter'-Class Basketball Champs .-XSlili'I4li.'Xl.l.. thu LlI'IlYL'l'Slll lgrvorilc during thc long wimcr months, huld tho intcrcwl ol' thc girls in thc aurics ol QIIINUS hcld lvclwccn the various clauses. lfuch class Iczrm played the other, and thc junior tcam was declared thc victors of the tourna- mcnl. 'l!l1L' mcmlwcrs ol' the winning group wcrc: Urn Prcccc and Mzlrimlgr llalll as lorwzmls, :Xlicc Caldwell as running cvntcr. PL-zrrl lXl1lSSL'f', :md xllli' Ilolbllz :ls guards, :md Nlildrcd Xlclizrr- rcl 115 jumping ccnlcr. L I x - - f - , - f -JT,--fr ,f ,f"'-' -1 qr-X1 tx X 1 2 , -,X ' ,. ' , ..-'Zf' ff -54" 'wi 1- . X.-gy 'T-F-SH-f X 'X ' x ' asv' ,Qt - Af ' - ' J" x ' -:-,L ' m 5, A fx sl,-Q -. XM- 75' - l00- AY he , e te e, , '-ef eetvswe s.. -T -. 5 4 - ,X School Team lllf ,ggunes ol inter-scholztstic competition were played by the Lf ll. S. varsity girls' tegnn. All ol them were played with Duchesne. The lirst tilt. held att Roosevelt, provetl disastrous to our mztitlens, as they were tlelezttetl by ll margin ol' T to l0. A return gxune, plztyetl at Yernztl, wats won by Lintzth with ll Score ol' 38 to Zo. The tie-oft' was also plztyetl on the home floor, ztntl re- sulted in Ll 36-Z0 victory lor our girls. We :ire exceetlingly proud of this record. Ora Precce, forwztrtl, :intl Mate llofeltz played stair basketball for the tezun, The lineup wus as follows: Orzt Precce, li0I'WllTLlI Matrintlqt llnll, lorwztrtlg LaRue llunting, jumping centerg Mae lloleltz, running center: lfrzuikie Roberts. guard: Linnie Cook, guard. Pearl Massey, Nlztry Ilelen llztcking. :intl Alice Caldwell tlitl very gootl work while they pluyetl. E ,.. f ,I ' :I-f A" X x X j 7, f 5, C' ,f X! If ,fi-XXX tx XR-,xv X-xxx J Ni4f454Zf5ff2QpQiffcgiifwXJLMQSSFNM'3FQL!E4?" f . - --F-, ---7 g - -- -.N ..... 17- f- Y ' ' ' f" ............-. ...... ............-........... if 1 s ' V l . e ai -s e .1 'V I 1 v 1 l I I git . i l I 1 l .4 i r 1 i l I ...,- . .. .w..., M., M.. . .,,..s ....-.,..,-.MM ts..- s.l,...........r .,...g---,....a......... tag.. Dancing THERE are no tournaments held for those who selected dancing as their chief hobby and joy, no inter-scholatsic competition in grace and motion-but still the enrollment in Miss Hodson's dancing classes is gratifyingly large. Miss Hodson trained a large chorus of dancers for "Captain Crossbonesf' the school opera, and dancers from her classes have appeared on programs all year. A iaziwf V' - 102 - f N, -4 O M W' WY Y Ha ll Ai U . ww -I 12-l'r,,' .. ..., ..,. V ..v. ,jgmf :AUTOGRAPHS ' DW . -:gg f -- , H ,- .:,,m... +.,...1--Y ...A . - , 4. ::-:-:..:.-..r..-f:..g::::.a..u.f.n..4g4.....4.:w::L.. .. L W ,,,, , l 91?-MUTOGRAPHS Tg5pi h' +A veifjgi A -lff,-1' ' L-45:-f'f?' '. ' ,jx -xfi'-:-5- gui ,j - 4 "'f :f"i5:' --- - -"'--bx-:N "s"'if'X1'- ' 1 - 46, 7-- - IX?" R"u4,, fpur , .X ,. .f... f +1 A. 1 Q 1. ., ,f ' Nfl? 1,4 fa ffd x of ,Mx 1 4. , 'WL' . .. - .'.wf,..,,i ."- "' "R xr if ,Q-As' 311 xv, f X' ' X 5 xx, Xx H, Mg 'y ,. Y g XE-Zi, ,tg Mig I 91- ' V' y 7-A , N111 fr 2 ' -J J T ' A 1 4 i-Tin'T1'c . Q' ,,.,..............- .. ,.-..t 4 .gr Q. 4- ' .2 rs,-Y K 1 ex 4 S A -C lf. Q31 'gi r W 1 4 W Q? 225 ,gl :A Q l ,, 4 'Qi K4 . 3' . fa: 5: 4? -Q. tsl? Eff' tr ,ggi s,, t. , Q: SI '-- - 'D-' j f E 2 ' Y ft fpoor WZCIYCIPCJS Q4 I m a n cz C and st1P'l'taMtniR U-Ill-Grief heuins. New teachers On joh with pencils sharpened, . .. -instruction begins. Students lint out just how much they can ge away with. If Teachers introduced to student gg hody. Students snicker. fi - . , . H-lillts runs to Sandy to see his . 133 ' i ni girl. 20-Get fXcuuainted Dance, Cannon makes his dehut in assemhly. just an old Spanish custom. i n 2?-Seventh and eighth grade register Z- ation. Noise begins. txj E5 ,,- -'g"'.' f' 5 7 ji--,g iii, , A 'ff ,.' ' ' Q,-f arf -- - ,A , .f -' 'A -,fs-er - ,. ff 4-4 . ir., f , ,.qY - l06 75 5- 8- -Class elections. Owen reqomes 1 ruler. 75-Z6-27fi'intah lligh makes whoopet at l'air, OCTUBIER -Faculty Party. The females o the Faculty entertain the lesser hal ves. 4-First. lfoothall game in L'intah lluntmgton vs. Uintah. Darkies shine on the field and at the table The score was 0-Z0 for Uintah boys. 7-I2-State I-air. Stock judging team goes to represent L'intah. Short skirts. hare knees, and hig hows of rihhon. lt's Ilome Fc lnitiations. 0-Castledale versus Uintah. Q 'N--, X .-W 4 .tx .. x YU-- i A --N AY- -,XXXN , '-,N X x., - f-. -X -. ,V .. Big Banquet given to football --1-..Q m:::"'-""........1': ""' .1 r::.r.::-"-' " -" '--"-' -.. "' ...... -.- '1 ----7-1335-----'eh' A fr we ll-Price vs. l'intah. Score T-6 for 4 t ,J l'ricc . lf. lT-IS-ll?-School is out. 'lieachers de- part for Zion. Student cheer. A i . , l 22-Xkatch your step. Work on new gg L . 552 content begun. 5 ' t A it Ras? li-.Xllon llingham chosen Year' ' Book ltdllur. 25-lfcrron vs. lintah, L'intal1 vic- torious. Big llalloxxeen Dance. Zblvllr, Nlclican arrix'es!students lined up for wholesale vaccination. Sore arms are the topi: ol' the . week. 2'1'--Pep Club Banquet. - ,, K., ,sf NUYIEMBITR ' gig . 6554 1 fi ll-Armistice Day. Big program ss ' held. g f Craig, Colo, vs. l'intah. football. all Again we are victorious. Score lfyl ' ' being ll-T. 27-mme lee. ima Ag. Club mit. Farmers and l:lIl'l'l1Cl'ClItlS came forth and sipper cider. ' George Galloway. fastest Fresh- man. wins the Cross-Country. ' ' ' ' 'iff 28-20.!lhanksgiving. liverybody ' ,3 stuffs up on turkey. . 1 - . . niacmmisialz ., ll-I2-lfirst Basketball game. Castle- i In dale and l7intah, A I?-I4-"Penrod". the school play was 4 N. presented. We didn't know that l Therman could be bad. ffl l - - , I5-Faculty entertains with exams. ' Several tears shed. 3. 5 . -I-15 1 5 . -V 4 Tlx? s -ee,--fiiftz-',,-' ' ,zfifr-?':ffX. 'Ce Ts, XX:-ie -'-QQ' 'CTL ,lillii H -ii, 'iff 4 -iiggif esKs.P.,JN w:fc.Q2Q-flergfl:-.5,Q.,-QlgXxxxS::s L., - lllf- 5-1-r- ' I9-Freshies Day. Sophs tangle. Sev- eral gang fights. I9-20-Snow College vs. Vernal. Snow Normal snows us under. Teachers grab their suitcases and run for home. 27-28-Payson High vs. Uintah. 30-School starts again, much to our disgust. Cupid plays a mean trick. Miss Taylor becomes Mrs. Lewis. New faces and old greetings Doral Eaton shows off his ne"' necktie. ,IAN Ll-X RY l-New Years Day. A few resolu- tions made. 2-Headaches. School reslimetl, 3-4-Craig vs. Vernal. 6-Guymon appears on the scene. l0-Sophomore Day. Vic Bingham has his turn at the microphone. Guymon gives his first reading at the Uintah High. I7-Gold and Green Ball. 25-Students celebrate. Teachers con- vention at Roosevelt. . FEBRUARY 5-Parent-Teacher's Day. Teachers tell tales out of school to parents. I2-Big Lincoln Day program. l4-I5-Big Department play. "Do the Dead Stay Dead?" Who killed lsobell? 2l-Athletic dance after Washington's Birthday program. I h BSSSS' H.- , X t - A-- - . At.-xtzcn ' p e l-Cast of Department Play leaves lor lleber. but spent most of their time in Provo. llow adopted the name of 'I'winsie while there. 5-Helen C. wins the National Ora- torical Contest. Basketball boys leave for Round Robin whish was held at Price. 6-News reached us that L'intah wins from l-erron by a score of I2-45. me Q 4 Poor lierron. KW' l' 1-junior Prom. Girls come out in long dresses and go home with sore feeet! just a word about Chairman Karl R. llis Prom was just as much of a wow as Captain Billy's Whiz Bang. l'intah wins again. Moab this time. Score 37-I5. A -A J ' I3-Morrill's son and heir arrives. I4-Faculty Program. Faculty Med- dlesome chorus make their bow with their favorite number, a bloodhound song: "We're Follow- ing You." Lundell, Pixton and Guymon star as athletic cheer kings. Appreciation program for basket- ball heroes-they all lean on the ropes. Pep girls play Western Union. I6-Boys go in to the State Tourna- ment. Early birds kiss them good-bye. IN SALT LAKE 141-Bingham plays L'intah-we come E .. 't .A I l' in at the small end of the score- 1. 3-gmt 20- f .f f -,- W'-sf' . 7"1:'f ' Q. -1 l-li' ' U' . ,. ... Z X , t ow 3 l T t . f 4 9 'FQ if hw it YW al gl A K gas if? yn get Q34 , r 56 if A T5 3 l 4 is E ll il i :W QQ R. 75 W 1 t 2 l l i l v 'WS 5 Q3 3 WY! ,f f J QQ- e ge.eeeQk-M1Se:i-sisefeiix-'sid':f' - l IO - l,. .4:- Y Q - ?.....i....? ' """"'-'-PII'-'-----1-:mpc-ng-,,,,,1.,,,,,, 1 l .-.4... ...,-.v .-- .--..Q ...... ...... .,..-. .---4.....,. ..,.. . , 'il-"fl A I ' -- A 20-Monroe also defeats our gang. A 23-Bear Dance at White Rock-Miss Fife annexes a fine young brave APRIL Q. l-.lune entertained three girls with some nice candy containing soap. ' - . . 532,14 Cayenne pepper and casteroil. 2-Mr. Pixton leaves for .-Xdministra- tors Convention. . g 4-General lixodus to the metropolis. 6- f g- Miss Bosh returns after a long illness. Ill-Track meet. juniors score the l highest points. Kelly on job with megaphone. ll-ll-"Captain Crossbonesf' Student ' Body nominations. I4-Tryouts for State Contest play, , "Red Owl". Io-Ag. Club Banquet. Debate with Roosevelt at llintah. I8-Election for student body otlicers, ggi. 2-l-25-Z6-Yoda-Band-Play. fi 25-Track meet at Provo. fu-.ll li M.-XY ft 1 . i ' lhlloyd Pope chosen May Queen wif: - g at celebration. 16-Senior llop. Sapient Seniors slither solemnly to celebration. ZL-Graduation, Seniors smiling with . diplomas. School is out until next ' ' year. . l Goo' bye. K' 'W-'V"'4 ."'7Lf.f 'V an gww,.'. li' ' ' 7 I A:,.f-- Q 'YQ-xax ff 'f,,-1f""K ix - a ww- ,Im .,g? ' , i f-V f - . ' 'HT' "fu-. H 2 ' me 1 :gfz5"',f:S"5. ..-' ' fpy I ' :Bam -,1:f'?Esi:,i'3?if55flil'ffff, I ' A X- 'QQ f i ", f A5 .55 . I , III! X ' 7 56' fi ' fi P'-' II Ii'I'liR ISIRIEIECIIHS STUDY IIOLIR S'I'.'X'I'ION N-O-I-S-IE TIIIS 'VARGIYI' PAVAI.OW.-X 'I'OM'S BIEI.I.Ii ' ' ' J J ' ' ' J J L'P IN IIII: AIR IIIIII1RIY SKII I IiR'l'Y IfIVI2 AI.I, l'P SIEI' BIRDS OF ,X IfIi.X'I'IIIiR A S'I'IiW PARTY -ff flfffff ff' -1" 741-?"f3'ix9 'X X Rxfif -gif' if 4.' L-fx I L x...5:v,hh Xqlxigkbi-1. - I I I - i W Y n ..-. A v4--YW -z.a:rr:t...gm4e-, - . M V ca -' 4 :s -, Green peas liaven't missed Reima it ,,,- ,mtv if you banquet in forty years. - - do l'll scream. A Vll- llllll, XO- fl. Capacity-lll Gallons. Popular Uintah High Teacher Marries Unknown Man "Beauty" Guymon Mad With Sorrow Nliss Dallas johnson disap- pointing three-fifths of the male population of Vernal. eloped with an unknown party from California today. Glen Guymon was seen standing in the road behind the fleeing car, gnashing his teeth and tear- ing out great handfuls of hair with rage. You have our sym- pathy, Glen, better luck next time. .-XNtYl'llliR BIG SCXXDXI. Xlrs, june llemstreet. former- ly Nlrs. june lladfock. former- ly Mrs. june Siddoway, is su- ing for divorce from Glen on grounds of non-support of her- self and thirteen little ones, She is considering Lowell l'ox as a future candidate. With his own twelve this will make quite a large family . Mrs. Yonda Young announc- es that she is prepared to take in washings at any time now, Prices moderate. Cadvj 1- , .---- -- l'Ol.lC,l1Nl.-KN BOB Sll1l:l.l1 'l'UfXlNlY IQNDS BUSY .XXXOL'NCliS X IEW RLLFS Policeman Steele has arrang- ed this new set of rules and regulations for the guidanze of the students: l-Remain in the halls as much as possible. lt relieves congestion in the class-rooms, ZfDo not read the bulletin hoard. 'leachers write these notices for their amusement and they are not to be read by students. 3-Nlr. l.undell makes the request that all students chew Wrigley's Spearmint in his classes, -l-Students in Nlr, Pixtoifs classes will meet on the lawn on sunshiny days. 5-All are requested to meet in Assembly at noon each day to hear the band practice. Bring your paper wads and flippers and your choice bits of gossip and prepare yourself for Zl good time. Note: LaRue does not need to obey the above. S li.-X St DN Nlr. Thomas Bingham, lis- quire. has completed a very active season as chief water carrier for the teams. After the fatiguing work of this year, he is in very delicate health and is looking forward to a nervous breakdown in the near future, lf his health fails him he es- pects to journey by air to Nlaeser. where a speedy recove- ery is hoped for. YERN.-Xl. ClEl.liBR."X'liliS l3lR'l'll The L'nited States is blessed with another citizen. Little Morrill has made his debut to the world. lle is sure to be a great English teacher, combin- ing admirably the qualities of oratory and song. Even at this early age he has rendered sev- eral bass solos at church. His parents are verey proud of him and think he will be a great benefit to his country. Nj' -aes I"X -vs- . ng... W , . . , , . i V ---T . . . , V""""""""'""""""' " ' " ' ' ' ' f..x 1' " ' min i .- I THE U-IN-TIN Published spasmodically Contributions from Students, Faculty and friends not welcome All material should be in one year before date of publication THE STAFF Helen Workman ..... . Editor-in-Cbief june Hemstreet . . Associate Editor Howard Pullup . . . Business Manager Dallas Catchem . . Assistant Business Manager Irene King . . . . Local Editor LaMar Kelley . . Society Editor Evan Workhorse . . Exchange Editor Lorna Cook . . Humor Editor Wilson Duck . . Sports Editor Sister Philips . . . . . Faculty Advisor EDITORIAL-SCHOOL SPIRIT The students of the Uintah High school are sadly lacking in one quality-School Spirit. This is particularly very conspicuous at games. Students seem to think that by making as much noise as possible the teams are cheered on to victory, yet how many times has a loud whoop so frightened one of our warriors that the ball has been dropped, or a perfect throw has gone wild. Think this over, students, and at our next game, let us be modestly quiet and attentive. "You can fool all of the teachers some of the time, and you can fool some of the teachers all of the time, but you can't fool all of the teachers all of the time."-Dallas Hatch "What a piece of foolishness is a teacher! How obstinate in reason! How infinite in faculty meeting! ln form and shape how express and admirable! ln action how like a dumbell! ln apprehension how like the devil!"-Shakespeare. "The sheiks have a broadcasting power all of their own."- Howard Calder. "STUNG" Norma and the Laundry Man Norma was engaged to wed, A laundry man bold and burly, For he had ways Norma likedp Besides, his hair was curly. But when she met the drugist, He seemed like such a nice man, Norma ran away with him And double-crossed the laundry man. AWFU L Guymon-"Have you had any stage experience?" Louis-"Yes, I had my leg in a cast once." Pixton-"How is it you're late again this morning?" Lela-"Well, you see, there are eight of us in the house, and the alarm clock was' only set for seven." Afton-"Yes, when I came on the stage the audience simply sat there open-mouthedf' Alice-"Oh, nonsense! They'd never yawn all at once." , -ff! " .eos..ff . - , ..L W , W' N ' The U-lst-TIN HALL OF l3.'XlNl E No. 4tll. We nominate Philip Martin because his perfect records in scholarship and attendance fit him for the honor of being the l'est boy in school. Because he is a charming lad who is alfectionately loved by all in school, especially his teachers. No. l, What are your favorite books? .-X. Emily Post's "Book of litiqttette' and Walters "Physiology and Hygiene." No. 2. What quality must your ideal woman possess? A. Heat. and lots of it No. 3. Who is your favorite movie star? A, Greta Garbage. the clinging fool. What is your favorite quotation? A. "l.ove 'em and leave 'em." No. 4, LOC,-Xl .S Mr. and Mrs. Doral liaton returned Sunday from Provo where they were unitedly tied together. The bride was for- merly Miss Marie Singleton. Gladys Slaugh is convalescing from a severe attack of ..Bro- kenheartitisf' We wish her a speedy recovery and better luck next time. "Berper" lildon Cook repently returned from Provo where he has been enlisted among the feeble minded of Utah. Mr. Cannon was seriously injured when he slipped on a banana peeling carelessly drop- ped by Nl r. Wilcox on the front steps. l 4 Sllt7Pl.ll1'l'liRSCONYICTIYD Policeman Steele reported Thursday that on the night before he had seen two people furtively I eaving the ml. C, Penney store. lle tried to stop them but the mans gruti voice frightened him away. Mr. Penney checked over his stork and found only a pair of paja- mas and a single fancy garter missing. Tracking experts were called in and a car was traced to the Twist. where it was stall- ed with four punctured tires. Wright and Marval were fever- ishly working with the tires. They are now safe and happy at Sing Song. and friends may see them there. SOCI PTY Mr. and Nlrs. W. ll. Sitldo- way announce the wedding of their daughter, l.orna, to Wilson Duke. son of a popular Vernal merchant, The wedding was held at the Siddoway home. Admission was fifty cents. The bride was dressed in a beautiful sky - blue - pink burlap gown which came to exactly four inches above the knee. The groom wore a beautiful cluster of dandelions and a stiff collar. Nlrs. .Xfton llatch was the bride's only attendant and was lovely in a beautiful string of pearls. l.loyd Pope tnade a handsome best man. handsomely dressed in a purple silk shirt. l.ittle lloratio Nicodemus Reed Morrill acted as ring bearer. 'Xfter the ceremony hot dogs were served. Mr. l.undell delivered an ad- .lress to the members of the Ag Club. Friday. on 'llow to raise Model Children," Nlr. Winn held the golden anniversary of his cookie dust- :r last evening. k f pf 4- -,,,." ,f' ff!! 1- K I ?, -K , X- A' Yikf-'54, Iii 1 - ll4l - Xe .XX fx 'T - -dl 5re'br'?i,.Y:X if Nici-5-1 'Xb-SS 'lk The U-IN-TIN Sports REPORT OF SEASON'S I interuption to the final gun. BIG GAME A thrilling football tussle with Notre Dame was played on our gridiron Friday. Good fighting spirit was demonstra- ted by both teams. Captain Wright Noel scored first, when the opposing captain stepped on Wright's pet corn. Uintah's brawny three-quarterback pick- ed up the captain and kicked him between the goal posts Afterwards it was found he had the ball under one arm, so the scoring opened with 3 points for U. H. S. An unfortunate accident occurred when George received a black eye from an irate member of the opposing force. Time was called while Tommy was sent for some beaf- steak. The interest of the blea- chers was drawn to the two coaches who were indulging in a hair-pulling contest. The faculty members was so shock- ed by the vulgar language used that they went home. The game was stopped until the dispute was settled. We might add that Dunn Taylor was unquestion- ably the winner. The game then proceeded without other neither team scoring again. TRACK MEET HELD The annual inter-class track meet was held on December 7 this year. Gordon Young threw the hammer 348 feet, breaking the world's re:ord and Mr. Pixton's head. Lloyd Pope made the record sprint. running the IIO yards in 35 seconds. KelYy's bulldog came in close behind. With shirt-tails flying. Howard Calder broke the tape in the main event of the meet. the I0-yard dash. Lynn Dud- ley won the high-jump, leaping into the atmosphere 2 feet. 2 inches. Altogether a very suc- cessful meet was the result. CARD OF 'I IIAN KS ln behalf of the entire school. the U-IN-TIN Staff wishes to thank the Pep Club for the suppzzrt they gave at the games. Anyone doubting this needs only to look at their uniforms. ln fact, at the last game their suits were so worn that several were forced to appear in pajamas. Classified Ads VERNAL DRUG Lover's Lane Agency Make your reservations early for parking space after the big summer dances. Parking Limit two hours. Reduced Prices on Season Tickets FRESH AIR TAXI CO. Special arrangements Made For Sluffers Owen Slaugh. Prop. GARBAGE AND ASHES called for at your home See or Call WILEY' STEWART - HAIR CUTS AND MAN ICURES Don Richardson and june Hacking DAY NURSERY Prices Moderate BENNION SISTERS WE SELL ANYTHING!! Life Insurance to Baby Buggies Toothpicks I0 Threshing Machines THOMAS 8: SEARLE Suscribe to LT-IN-TIN 3. U N STATE BAN VERNAL, UTAH ' 1 4 - ----.v-.v- - -H - 1, v- ------v I '1 QUALITY MILK 1 -I 1 Vernal Drug Co IS scrupulously pL11'c-nlcliglnlillly 11 1 rich and wholesome. " 1 - -it 1, :i 'lDlllfRlfl5ORlf 1 ' I , nl 1 1 PURE DRUGS and 1 4 , Drmk Quallty M1 k 3, , DRUGGISTS I l:0f'l.I1lll 1110111 1.1 110111111 " , SUNDRIES X Quart lfllih Daly for lfvwyluody 1 ' P Delivered to Your Door 1' I IEASTMAN KODAKS livery Morning 1 ': JXND p 'N SL'PPl,.l ES QUAL1 rv DAIRY - ', C111aER1-L11. R1i1,1.x1111.E ji 4, 1111oN12 11111-11 ' V1'mL' V"'M' 1 41 1 '1 1 A f, --,v-,A--'. A, .-: - ...ir 1 ' - "iq -3 W.- w X -X i , ., . , . f,-,- ,r' '71, , .- ,f -Ziff, i ' -bv, I. , ,4cY'-" -ll6- -f -k+'-ff-f--M'+-A 1 'i' .i.l.i.-l ' ' ' T A, HEAT WITH GAS Coox WITH GAS UINTAH GAS C0. PHONE 200 HEATERS RANGES g "A'A"' "'AA" :::T'Pf::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ' Pride of Possession 1 ll - 'I VERNAL, UTAH : gg C.w..sM.C0. The Ford Leads in Sales ng BCCZIUSC It Leads ill ' The Home of VALUE ' EE john Deere Implements I1 Stewart Stoves and Ranges :T Y il LEWIS MOTOR CO. 't 'I 1 :I Ig fi H ardware and , r A Il YERNAL' UTAH Sporting Goods 31 ir AAAA, M ,,E,, Mui: T f T ET t -H A J SOMETHING DIFFERENT The Last Word in Anything To Eat Mgfgrdmm TRIANGLE CAFE "Food With That Favorite Flavor" YERNAL, UTAH A FRIENDLY STORE WITH THE HOME TOWN SPIRIT WTS J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc. I lf-- ..... -- .... ---A ...- ---- - --A-A - ----A - --::--A--,,A---------A-------I 4 ,ff f f W - .-, f 'fx T TX XX- 142 wg-,Q:45 X'gPxbb,,,: - IIS - , " Aj - :cr-3' 36 , -1 U Something the New Models Do Not Show - - You invest a considerable sum of money when you buy an automobile, and it is only natural that you will make careful comparison before you buy. Give the same careful consideration to the dealer, for no matter what car you buy you must look to the dealer for service. A good car is always a better car when backed by a good dealer. pn-......... 1 , .- Allan Chevrolet Co. Vernal. Utah Trade With Your Friends L. H. Woodard Co. for FURNITURE - HARDWARE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FARM MACHINERY Xlflline- Vog u e Theatre 5 Always the Newest and Best Pictures and Up-to-Date Sound Equipment Q TWO SHOWS EVERY NIGHT 7:30 and 9:00 P. M. Alfalfa Seed and Beans The two main Bowers to agricultural prosperity in the L'intah Basin. This year marks the ninth year for the Alfalfa seed industry and also marks the inception of the Bean industry. The one has been a source of many a needed dollar. We -hope the other will spread prosperity Qhroughout the entire Basin. We have looked with pride upon the progress of the Uintah High School. May it continue to rank high in the standards of education. To the Class of l930 we extend congratulations. May your suc- cess reach your heart's desire. We pledge our supportf J. G. PEPPARD SEED COMPANY QA-- i!t.l.x11:::1:'.:ZT"i""""""" " "' ""' " i'-112' ' 'W' 'w 'I I :I 4: I 4 4 .L We Appreciate Your Patronage and I' 'I . Hope By Service and Quality to Merit 5' 4 Your Future Business 1, 4 'I 4, 'I I 4' 4' T I I Q' 4: 'I I I 4' 4' CCAILDIER RUS ' ,I o 4' I , I 1. 4 NIERNAL, UTAH 5 4' 4: 'I I' 5' 4: Y 4' , 4 I ' I 'I 4' I Neon PORATEDI 44 , con PANY -I I 4' l' I 4 I X E , " .I " . ' 4: IRN U' L rm ' llome of the Dinosaur I' 4, 4, I 'I 'I 44 'I 'I ,I 'I :I s I , I1 W2 .2 The More W lib gl 4 I lg .g Q S . 4. I I a . erzizce 'I ' Where the Dollar Has I1 4: 4I 1 4 More C,e11fs 5' lg 4, I " 1' PIIONIE ws-R-2 L I I 4: 2 , AIENSEN. L'r,xH 4, 4 4, I, EE I ix AM, 6.fff:ff 17' .g,,31s':-TS 1- Zi FQiTQ.x: - 1,759 'fi-f. ' ef qv . I. V.:--f - 120 -"-.Xe -34, '--sqx . 9,41 ' l'-- Xxle.. x "-4 ' .,, ,g-.1,ifii,i,i- if "" : T: -:::::::::::::::::::' :' :::::::::::::::::" 'I l 4 4 l I SUCCESS TU YUU . 'I II 1, , T . 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L'lah Phone 130-R-3 :Z 'll' mc l"'Wfxf- :::::::::: ::::v ::::::: ' "Do you always carry it loaded?" f ' """'"""""::::::::::::::i::::::::::A 9 4 4 f IMIDERIAI. HAll. 2' The Finest Theatre and Dance Hall I 4 ln Eastern Utah ' I A GOOD 'lilhlli FOR ALL WHO COME E' YERNAL, L"I'AII ft fi , , - , e , j X". 1' 'P,?f V 7, .-gif. 3 KxXQ?Xx i477 , f -- gf! XlCff'4,44'-1' 'f 'Xi-f?Qe"11e.ieSX1eg,fe-MX!-fee' , 1: A "Say, mom, was baby sent down .Q I Vernal Sheet Metal Works I I l"?ln. heaven? ,, I ' ,I VI hy, yes, my dear. 1 :I Opposite Imperial :E '.'They must ,like to have things :E I' Ip yr quiet up there. VLTRNITURE AND STOYES If ' I , I Bought, Sold and Repaired I I .He: Did you rnake these hiscults j: I I with your own little hantlsr . 'I She: Yes. Why? I' ROBERT WITMER l I He: l just wondered who lifted I: Il them Off the Stove for you. ' II I THE TOGGERY I I I GENTS ELRNISHINOS 1: WEEKS BROS. I, I I1 Surrs SHIRTS SHOES 'I I 1, Y I ' Barbers " I MUNSING XNEAR I Il II HOSIERY t I' I I 'I YOL1 KNOW WHERE I, I ll"Z.'6l'-Vfllillg For Men I' I I: : fxfx::::fxfxf:::x:x: I I 'I Vernal Tailoring and I STYLE AND QUALITY :J : Cleaning CO. I I I in I IE A Strictly llivh Class Cleaning and I I, Pressing Service I If DRESSES - HATS I I I NlADE-TO-NlEASURE SUITS I LADIES APPAREL 'Q I I 1 ' S,'wecial Care Gifuen to the I, I at Daintiest Apparel I 4 I PHONE 149 I I PHONE BH I f Y :::::::::::::::- Y - f ll :I ::::::::::::: I 5 : I " UINTAH DRUG CO. I I VERNAL EXPRESS I II I I, 4 I' I j0B PRINTERS I The Rexall I 4 jr AND I I Store f , 4 PUBLISHERS 4 I I 4 1' ' - ---Q-1 ........... .... 4-A X 1 , L.. . ' , U Y , , U , - - - DODGE CARS AND TRLCKS ' PLYMOUTH CARS I See Our l030 Models :I the finest yet l Firestone Tires and ' Auto Accessories I SLAUGH AUTO CO. I I 4 ::::::::::::'A:::::::::::: ff L. SHIMMIN, D.D.S. 1, L'intah State Bank Building ll VERNAL, UTAH I 1 :::::::::::::::::::::::: I: WALLACE CALDER if A ttorneii'-at-l.aw ff Lintah State Bank Building I I I. W. STEVENS, DDS. Suite: IO-ll Colthorp Building VERNAL, UTAH 'I In HUGH W. COLTON Then we have the sad case of the cook who frittered all his time away. "New York's getting soft-l'm going to Chicago." "By Buffalo?" "No, by train," NILE HUGHEL CIVIL ENGINEER Uintah State Bank Building VERNAL, UTAH G. H. CHRISTY, lVl.D. Uintah State Bank Building PI ION ES Office-33 Res.--22 CHARLES DEIVIOI SY A itorney-at-Lau' Bank ol' Vernal Building CALDER BEAUTY :I A tff71'1Z8'1'-df-1.1110 R I L'intah State Bank Building PHQNE 9-1 1. if Tm":::::mT:::":' AT:xT':::: BE NONCIIALANT CITY BAKERY E "I've refused so many men, it's Bakers of Better Bread 4 getting quite boring", WHoLEs.,xLE AND RETAIL I "Yes-house to house salesmen, Yerml' with Phone 199 E were they?" 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