University of Northern Colorado - Cache La Poudre Yearbook (Greeley, CO)

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A.-5' e"!' 1 I 'sam 'abit' 35? .i J - 1 Ltgl 1 I 4 rv 3 . f :yt 2, 1-lil -"5 In K I ' t, , . ,fi 'HGQEIM lr-V I " F, V I' J -Q b , I .4?f'Qgqij:1:9i7'?'7' Tj? 1. 'mt I I 1 . is-3,g'k.f -v Ak., 5 L 1 'lr j I I, 'sr "',.,,,h V . V, QQ fn: -'15 "1 1 ,Q l' ' SY Vi' N 1 -411-Af? 3:-' jf! if ,fi 1. GREELEY STATE VS. MONTANA STATE m"rel" lg if' 'W-. AL M Octg.8 fi W' J ,ir f"'7'-' 1- . i""i Q- fel . IJ, Inaugurating their first home encounter under ', I vt... lf.-i ,f the bright lights of Jackson Field, in a perfect fall L i I ..',- 1,-' it .NL 1,713-j setting, the Bears of Greeley State clawed their Q1 url -L I Ar", - 'fr -1- - A way to a 33-26 win over the Montana State "5-' if ' nhl. 5 ,-3 " V- 1 "1 X, ' Bobcats. "Hun z FF U ' l' 1 ' L-.gm , J- After spotting the Bobcats seven points in the 41 -' 'L Jail' . 9 K ..--1, 2 first quarter, the Bears started on a rampage of "'q.g'z II- '1 M 1 Q -A "" touchdowns, to a reigning position at half-time 'qui il El 1, f, "ffl Q with a one touchdown margin. The Bruins pushed Pi Q ' ' 3 ', ., j.f"1'T,-- over- the last chalk mark twice again in the third l '. Vi 'J' ' period with a pair of touchdowns making t11e ,I i H. "P" Bears' score tally twenty-seven. Cromer then '- W f I 3, I l 'gl . ' 1 , '- , 'ff' I 1 f 'L' 5 - n 571' I:.' I I-bl I., passed to Rehwoldt for the remaining seven. While Cromer was outstanding in his punting, running, and passing, he was ably assisted in the backfield by Rehwoldt and Drewland on the line by Barnhart, Moewes, Kraemer, and Funk, a Sophomore, who opened holes consistently and held the Cat's offensive in check. The Montanans tallied twice in the fourth quarter to throw a scare into the locals, when they moved to within one point, 27-26, with their 33 14 N H-Ani,-QQQQTL Lf ' rw. . n.-. f F r'L1g::5,-it . L J' ' . 1.1! ' I' kg jml J, r- -na Q., , 'Fl 'l A---.af '1 1 i. 1 I '-ar V . Wm 1-values power plays, but the Bears. brandished the type of ball that they had displayed earlier and swept into the lead to stop the scoring spree. In the wake of their efforts the Bruins left 254 yards of sod at their heels While the Cats were garnering 182 yards. The locals moved the chain fourteen times and the visitors nine in the fast encounter, A promising Sophomore, Bob Bartlett, was lost to the squad for tl1e rest of the season with a broken collar bone. GREELEY STATE VS. UTAH UNIVERSITY . Oct. 16 In the initial and possibly last encounter on Jackson Field between the two schools, the red- sliirted Indians from the University of Utah eked out a one-point margin of victory over the Bears of Greeley State, 7-6, before four thousand fren! zied football fans. Although the first quarter was even, the Utes pounded the Bruin' forward wall thrice in the second period and made good one of their at- tempts. Their first'drive toward pay dirt found 1 'K L . 'l 3 - .1- Q-1. "'-...ji - t it ',-in-. . -A 1 H- in K '. ' - H1 H' H1 Q? . , I: ,W Y ,E . 1 I - f ' ij., Jig-L p M f 'gtg' " E Y ,I - ' qu W . 1, ' . . , - , , 2- ' , ' i 1 nf' 'l "" -' , A1 .. T3 wr 'X Q i ,iifgxiv . -1-' 'lr' ,, ff , 1 X -F , N p .-pq U ul-4,41 Q :X ' it ,A ,"L,qf'A :fm ' i, , ' " ' .ftfia ,K txzf-'Q' ' -f J, 'V swiss, . is ' ll , It w L , z, J fi ' .fy-f"L 2 ,, fl ,t A , A si V - i 4 2 '- it . of ev ., , f, of , .li , 'X 3. 'LTL ' ff JS? . . ' 'H 'Af' 5 Y 'p 17,3131 L 4 . ' "V 1 I, V W .ara-" . . f . . . 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Again the stalwart Staters entrenched themselves and caused another Ute attack to bog down. The third attempt found the Armstrongmen gaining via the air route. Cooper heaved a pass to McDonald for the Red- skins' six points and a moment later McGarry's toe provided the margin of victory over the Grizzlies. With this seven-point deficit against them, the Staters started the third quarter with an amazing drive and after having a touchdown called back, due to Rel1woldt's running out of bounds, marched down the field to the 25-yard line where I-Iallinan flipped a pass to Rehwoldt who crossed for the Bruin tally. B3.1'111l3,1'dt,S attempt at conversion was low. The last period found the Redskins on the five-yard line, where again a courageous Grizzly checked the threat of the heavier visitors. As for the standouts for the local eleven it ' ,..,.-Kxx ' 1 l 5 1 , i 5 ' would be difficult to pick any one certain player. They all played exceptional ball. Paul Snow lived up to his reputation and certainly placed the Utes among the champion contenders. GREELEY STATE VS. WESTERN STATE Oct. 23 Eleven grid Mountaineers of W6St81'H State ambushed and flayed a scrapping Bruin team 7-0 at Gunnison in the first triumph for the Weste1'n- ers since 1927. Although the Hancock men outgained them on downs, 16-5, the Hillsmen scrambled across the final chalk line in the fourth quarter for their score. In the previous period they plunged to the 12-yard line where the Grizzlies dampered their assault, but the determined Mountaineers gained control again and scored on a reverse off tackle by Lamb, who also kicked the point. In the first half, the Bears tallied with Reed going over from the one-yard line, but the touch- down was nullified for an illegal shift in the backfield. All during the second period the Bruins pounded the VVestern goal, once penetrat- 3? -. f ffri-f-.tr kr, x 1 Z Z w4'V e A .. gr . ,.. ,H A 1 ' Q .I . r.. ...A - 'I up v-.T--M iw J I My ,Q l' J, li rv F7 'fl' .A I fit s .J 1 'yi .A . if .' I fifr .. if 4' J. I, ,U ,t --ir' '.i5-Zhu' 1 , ' ,- r 11" , I' 4 ':V lj 1 W 'Lia 5- , ' lv T f,wlN.u. - q- .. . E' 1 "-,Q If ,'.' . if . -.1 'I X A I 1.5, . ,f H fi 2' .73 1. .7 tr A 'r -P4 l .if 8 5 T5 ii' Y v r .I Vt ,J . ' - . f-.,4 "1 Ln'- ing to the two-yard line and once to the three, but their midfield advance efforts withered when in the shadow of the goal posts. The stalwart Grizzlies diminished to Cubs when they contracted' stomach diso1'ders due to treatment of the Water supply, and consequently some of the team didn't eat and at game time were physically exhausted. Carrying the attack in the line for the purple and gold were Funk, Barnhart, and Vogel, while in the backfield I-Iecomovich, Rehwoldt, and Bil- lings contributed outstanding performances. GREELEY STATE VS. TEXAS MINES Oct. 30 Sizzling under a 'hot Texas sun and powerful eleven, the Bruins were melted, and blanked in their tracks by a Texas Mine grid machine, 20-0, in an intersectional encounter at E1 Paso. Just after the 5,000 spectators to the fray had been seated, the Miners dynamited the Colorado- ans with a six-point setback, when Balentie, a Texas back, intercepted a pass intended for Funk and raced 40 yards to score. They failed how- ever, to convert the extra point. 1 ln, Then diminutive, 150-pound Kenny Heineman in the second quarter spun out of the Greeley 35 yard line and raced for the second tally. Moore booted the conversion attempt to give the Texans the 13-point lead that they held at half time.- With t11e gun practically in the air, Heineman split the air with the oval to the outstretched arms of May, who tucked in the ball and streaked for another six points. The point after touch- down came as a result of a freak play. Bruin linemen blocked the kick, but the pigskin rolled over the goal line where Arnold pounced upon it for the point. It was Heinernan who received the focus of the celestial spotlight. His brilliant running and accurate passing kept the Grizzlies in a quandary throughout the afternoon. He completed ten out of twenty passes. The Bears charged in excellent fashion in midfield but bogged down when they reached dividend dirt, The extreme heat had a. stifling effect upon the Grizzlies and it was apparent to everyone that the locals should have imported some of cool Colorado with them. 4 "1 , I Standing out in the contest for the Bears were Barnhart and Vogel in the line, and Drew in the backfield. GREELEY STATE VS. NORTH DAKOTA STATE Nov. 6 With only 35 seconds to play, the Bears lost a thrilling Homecoming game to the Bisons of North Dakota State, 15-12, after what appeared to be certain victory, in the first of a two-game interconference series between the schools. Trailing eight points for three quarters, the Greeley Staters unleashed a furious last quarter attack that netted them two touchdowns, to lead the visitors by a margin of four points, only to have Wl1ee1er's accurate arm find Bermann, streaking goal bound, gather the oval into his arms and change defeat into victory for the Bisons. Although being held in control most of the game, it was a huge disappointment to all the returning alumni as well as the faithful followers and players, for the reason that victory was in sight, after a phenomenal comeback, only to have it snatched away in the Waning seconds. It was 7 -x.I Vix- I..-A w.- -V N' -1. H l . . '..n,L. 1 V kg.. 1.43. P41111 44- 1 rl I R. I ."' P Q I L. ,lr I I H, . 'll I .ill F I. - o lj ' Liu' Q. ."'1j., I? .. lf' Ti is , , :lr 'ii '1- -. U' i'1i...?gj-5. -I 'JI' li-T -'4.a'l. .-A. E. .I Q-- M1, . K' ' If '.j ' I' IQIQQE! " ' ,l"?g',T.a . at . , . - I 3.. I- J YL in Ti '. 'Q 'ig :. I 5 ' N 'l Ph 'I I A 'I in 1- . - wi.. ':i ,PP .. ff A N J." .J 1'- 40 3 'xi I ' A ' 'L . ' 'vii -rs 1 :J QT.:-.. at -.2 .ff -1-,le 1.-J 451. 711 1 -" -J . ' . sneer- F .-.-LW... 'i HY-'n" Eg .U Li. '. . S ,V I" li r., wv T 2 Bl' 'wil 5 -uw 1 I 'E' .fu W ,V ? . .P . . .W- : L, . ""'.. ' - p 4. .-.., 1 .-I' 1 I unfortunate because Coach Hancock substituted in hope of giving the lads a chance at a final performance. It befell them to be the victims of an unlucky break. The North Dakotans initiated their scoring just after the kickoff. They powered themselves down the field in a' 64-yard drive, climaxing it with Wheeler passing to Stephens for the first tally. Their attempted conversion failed when Vogel dug through the line to block the kick. Two more points came as a result of a. safety gained, late in the second period. Stellar Cromer dropped back behind his goal line to punt, only to have Pollock and 'Stephens plummet through the line to drop him. It was a bootleg play, early in the fourth quar- ter that led the Grizzlies to the first score. Hecomovich, on the play gained ten yards, then latteralled to center Moewes, who ran 60 yards to 6 where he was stopped by Phillips. Hecomo- vich poked the line for two more yards and then Funk on a ground play, crossed the final chalk line. Approaching the end of the last quarter the Greeleyites Worked to the six again, and at this point Billings flipped to Funk, who made a sensational catch to forge the Bears ahead, but ..,, wx, as I , n -Q L I I A , v P- whose lead was short lived as on the first play after the kick off, the visitors tossed a pass cinching six points and the game. Outstanding for the visitors were Wheeler, Stephens, and Phillips while for the locals Funk and Snarich at ends gave plenty of trouble to the Bisons along with the unusually fine perform- ances of Barnhart, Moewes, and Vogel. In the backfield, Billings and Hecomovich turned in beautiful performances. The Bears were serious- ly handicapped due to the numerous injuries, par- ticularly in the backfield. GREELEY STATE VS. MINES Nov. 20 Touchdown technique, exemplified the Greeley State way, dropped the scrapping Colorado Ore- diggers in their tracks and closed the door on the local home season with a 32-6 triumph for the Bruins. After the first few minutes, the out- come of the game was never in doubt, being just a matter of when the scoring would occur. Thursday night preceding the game, Coach Hancock was called to the bedside of his mother and Assistant Coach Pete Brown was placed in ,. .. L I ff . .45 ,iff-f A I J Fl.. M r. s v,l 1 l I 1, X. ..V,' E VF' n 1 - all " J.- HA.. charge of the Grizzlies and ably piloted them to victory. Hecomovich opened the Bruins' attack with a score in the first few minutes, going over from the' one-yard line after some excellent ball toting by Rehwoldt and Billings. Inaugurating the second period, Rehwoldt traversed his left end for 15 yards and another tally. The third quarter saw the Bears scampering over pay dirt in easy fashion with three counters by Hecomovich, Hal- linan and Kelimoff, respectively. Ralph Halli- nan's six points came as a result of an aerial shot from the arm of Billings, the other two from sustained drives. Kelimoff kicked one of the conversion points and passed to Hallinan for the other one. To figure on their side of the slate, the Miners exploded a six-point bomb in the State ranks, with diminutive Harley McDonald plunging over from the foot line, for the enfeebled Blasters' lone tally. Every Stater in suit saw action at some time in the contest. Stellar Bob Reed was seriously injured in the contest, receiving two broken ribs and a punctured lung. Also an injury victim of .K f, ,f I' I V x 1 iv P V X eff e. sf W v K7 1 ,1 ,. ul. ,. I. '.' ' I' L., 'QL W , 'A ,,, - "1 . . . L I J, '- 'Y r ,l x ' - mr ul P7421 4' Q Hur fir l J 1 1' 1 In I 1 11, 'l , ,Q -.,1..,, .' .e-Q, T . - Q the fray was Sophomore Funk who suffered a slight concussion. GREELEY STATE VS. WYOMING UNIVERSITY Nov. 25 Wyoming Cowboys poked and punched a numb Grizzly into the worst defeat ever handed the Greeley gridsters by them with a 33-0 triumph Thanksgiving day at Laramie, The game was the last conference encounter between the schools, due to the formation of the new Rocky Mountain Conference, and it left the two schools in a deadlock with Utah State, all of Which had won two games and lost four. The Cowboys securely tied and corralled every effort of the Staters, while they themselves gal- loped roughshod over the snow soaked field at random. However, the Bears were severely handicapped by the backfield loss of Cromer, Bartlett and Reed, and with the line decrement of Gib Funk. Winterholler, Wyomi11g's ace athlete stole the show with his brilliant play, being ably assisted by his mates on the line and in the backfield. He proved to be just a little too much cowboy for the Bears to handle. the Hal.: ..:f2gff.1-Am-f,a.,1,iAww' is Q - W .laws ww' gxsw-,V ,ww 3 I Nm- ,wa . A ' .W -, ' Q if ,Q A-ff M1 H nw 4 , n -4,.:,, V .. -fMZ?,f5f2 .F,LS11'2iwf' ln -hw mf may 1,4 -1 , fy- 'W .1 -mg 1 qjym, an eww Jaw- 'V' R or :cm uw Y: a YT! K . rw, 1 -an NSW., n , ff X. ,X , an ' if " ,, 1 5 gifs 44 . .1 E 4?f:A K " Y ' ' 3 :ff :W 5:3 ' fi? wi f.- 1? f '31 gf? as S 12? iw, gfgwwjff Mx na, R 55 Z? W4 Q vm 2 r wi' Qxgfiznww u i Hn-" 1 --' -rs: -N31-Aw me sa ,ya 3 W, ,Q Mafia' A 'Sf' Ki ? -mx M 21 l' 14 A x , , --u', 1 ., A n. ,. . .u xi . :- 'J S! a ,-v. JL, Q G? . Q- 'J W X . ,L , 1. -1' le .7 r, ,YW9 ...tffff Mix M" it H 3 3991 ll -JW w rfv IN Ili fy I9 ij? 'I , I., , -f- nf- . Xwf' 'iirfdiijelfuxr ff' tiff-. L5 W' C113 WJ - 1' A 1f.liW'rF7lf-"GK 1 1 f GREELEY STATE VS. KANSAS AGGIES Dec. 10-11 Opening their season the fighting Bears split a series with the Farmers from Kansas. Both games were fast and close, the Farmers taking the opening tilt 44-42 with the Bears com- ing back to capture the second 45-40. Standouts in play were tall Estil Robertson, diminutive Walt Kelimoff, Hallinan and Walla. GREELEY STATE VS. NEVADA UNIVERSITY Dec. 10-11 In this heartbreaking tilt the W'olves from Nevada nosed out a fighting Bruin by the small margin of 39-36. The visitors jumped into an early lead at the beginning, but the Bears were soon on even terms. However, the attack was futile for the Bears. Outstanding were Hallinan, Len Campbell and Walla. G-REELEY VS. WESTERN STATE Jan. 7-8: Greeley Greeley State's cage quintet, in their confer- ence opener, split a series of two games with their hardwood foes from Western State. The opening encounter saw the Bears scoring ,J , .az .i' f My 2,1- 1 V: . A 72. I 1' ., - 4 1.51, ll I ' 4K, 1. fi r 1 'vw L I "fx :TTI " . A -4-Q. 4 ., furiously at every opportunity to smother under a Hillman tive by a score of 63-37. The high point of .the evening was when Coach Doubenmier startled athletic circles with whole team substi- tutions in place of the customary one or two replacements. This policy was effective. The second night the visitors dampened the burning pace set by the Bruins the previous night and knocked them into submission with a one point victory 43-42. GREELEY STATE VS. COLORADO COLLEGE Jan. 17-18 After chalking up a 31-26 victory on the local court against t11e C. C. Tigers, the Bears jour- neyed Lo the Tiger lair and were doomed. In this encounter the Tigers reversed the decision jumping into a 12-5 lead and at halftime lead 28-17. When the Staters found the clicking five they whittled down the lead, but trailed three points when the gun cracked. Outstanding in the rough encounter were Hal- linan, Walla, and Kelimoff. GREELEY vsl WESTERN STATE Jan. 21-22: Gunnison In this double game, each team scored a Vic- I tory-Western State getting the first one 53-50 and Greeley the second, 60-46. Reed collected 19 tallies and Eichman 24. Hal- linan was defensively outstanding. GREELEY STATE VS. MONTANA STATE Feb. 7: Bozeman Without extending the R. M. C. champions, the Bears succumbed to Montana State Bobcats at Bozeman, by scores of 65-38 and 69-38 and again had to be content with second place in the league standing. It was the second consecutive year that the Bobcats had annexed the regal title. Contributing to the majority of the Bruin points were Eichman, Kelimoff, Robertson, and Hallinan. On Saturday night, Reed lead the Bear attack with eight counters. GREELEY STATE VS. NEW MEXICO NORMAL UNIVERSITY Feb. 14 In an inter-conference series, the Staters divided a twin bill with the New Mexico Cowboys, capturing the first game 54-46 and dropping the second 46-41. - Leading the Grizzlies, Kelimoff tallied 21 i P 25.1. V ',1f'ff'vfN-ff. Q9 03 J - elf df -17-ffl' 'l vi . QM so - - v' point f and Walla 10. About half time Lou Camp- - Q-. bell, fichman and Kelimoff began to find the hoop and locked the score at 20 all. Reed then made a three point contribution and the Bruins forged ahead leading by 16 points at one time. The second night found the Cowboys in a very different mood, and they were victorious over the -' Biuins by five points. ' GREELEY STATE VS. MINES Feb. 18 By virtue of the double win over the Colorado - Mines, the Bears climbed back into second place ' in the maple conference and into a. tie with Colo- iado College, drubbing the hapless Ore-boys 56-25 and 48-40 to bring the curtain down on this year's R M. Conference. In the initial meeting the Grizzlies had little ti ouble in running the score to 30-10 at half-time. High scorers were Walla and Marsh bagging 10 and 8 tallies respectively. The Goldenites threw a scare into the Bears on their floor to lead 26-16 at half-time. The Bears awakened with the basket barrage of Eich- mau, Reed, Hallinan, and Campbell that sewed the game. Reed gathered 21 points all in the last half. W ri 4 K 'I X 1 I KA GREELEY STATE VS. CHADRON Feb. 25 Appearing on the local hardwood for the sea- son's last encounters, the Greeley Staters nipped the Chadron Eagles by scores of 53-51 and 56-40. There was never any doubt as to the outcome, with the Bears reigning supreme in every phase of the game. In Saturday night's contest, two Senior Grizzlies donned the Purple and Gold for the final game. They were "Slim" Robertson and Len Campbell. "Slim" played one of his finest games, collecting 16 points. Len has been one of the most dependable men on the hardwood this year. 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Greeley's lone tally came in the seventh when Breeden sent Weidner home on a. double. In the second encounter the Colorado Buffs, defending baseball champions, shut out the Greeley State crew 9-0 in a well played contest at Boulder. Amicarella led the Bruin batsmen with a pair of hits. GREELEY STATE VS. DENVER UNIVERSITY The Greeley Staters lost two to D. U.: the first through a freak decision on the part of the umpire. In the second, weather and luck coin- bined to down the locals 5-3. Thorne pitched an outstanding game but his teammates erred often to give the Capital crew victory. fn. .5 X xt- 9 l 4 1 w GREELEY STATE VS. MINES Blasting the Miners back into the hills, the Bruins' baseball nine dropped the Oreboys 13-10 for their season's first victory. It was a hectic ballgame with the lead changing five times. The Bears opened the attack with a two-run spurt and sewed up the game by crowding five home runs in the last half of the ninth inning. The Greeley battery included Moewes, Thorne and Campbell. GREELEY STATE VS. AGGIES Colorado Aggies made it two in a row over the Greeley State diamond crew by overpowering the Bears 10-7. Thorne started the game, was relieved in the fifth, but the Farmers kept on hitting. After suffering defeat in the first encounter, the Bruin nine defeated the Aggie crew 4-3 at Jackson Field. Dransfeldt pitched an exceptional game, gathering in eleven strike-outs and going the route for the locals. In summary, the Bears had a hectic season, losing 5 and winning only 2. 53 N M akrsf. , xx ww,-,.,.1 Lina 5 Y .ln W if be M- 'f za - H1 f gn. mi Wqxx: ,g. an my , A ,5 - f. sf . :Qu f 'E 1 Rv. 1 X ifi 84 . :Q -1 ,, U aw, em imlwyf, v ' '- us 'WS EEE Mg mx y g .uimw ,,.,fMMM.,.nw xnxx iw? " 'W-.731 5' Q f Mk -,N 2 A v wifi, rx-W WM-,Q :Lg fl E .im 1 S ,, ,wg wwf ,, ea A Q Simi-Y W QL ea .2356 as f Q H Wm? i K AE 'mfg , ,gpg 'Exim bpm, ,, :- - W-1: may g -UUE' ..i 6 rx Ag . MW: - .W Zzfwgsm-5-,V M. 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Denver U. conquered Greeley wrestlers for the first time in eight years, five out of eight matches. Greeley Matmen tossed the Orediggers of Colo- rado Mines in a decisive manner in a local arena. Coach Hancock had a difficult job in replacing his graduated lettermen, however, he did it ex- ceedingly well, by building up an aggregation which was strong enough to tie Weste1'n State for the R.M.C. W1'estli1ig Championship. Conference champions include Gene Martin, 126 lb. classg Miller, 135 lb. class and Provart, 165 lb. class. Others who placed included Conant, I-Ieinze, McBeth, Blake and VVeden1eyer. A Ef?El:I.l: XR I SIAIIE 5 f ':t5fj'gl'lZI5 alll'-91'-I-' FN. .- ,, , aw Fa Back Row Sample Gelder, McLaughlin, Hunter, Mathes F1 ont Row Elder Fans Hart, Erickson, Mercer, Coach Brown SWIMMING The Greeley aquatic squad opened its season by defeating the Aggie team 40-35, winning five out of nine events. The Bears were not so fortunate in the meet with the Colorado Buffs, and were defeated 58-17. Faris proved the only Bear to reign supreme. Wyoming's u11beate11 swimming squad sub- merged the Greeley aquatic team 41-32. The Bea.r's medley team and Faris proved their de- termination, each capturing a top place. In tl1e conference meet between Mines and Greeley State, the only two schools in the little five which possess swimming teams, two confer- ence championships were brought to Greeley State. Erickson breast-stroked his way 200 yards to a first place as did Mathes in the 440, however, Greeley lost the meet by a score of 32-45. 57 Back Row Skinnei Poweis Duggan, Schoen, Gilchrist, Crozier, Bryant F1 ont Row Piei ce V Boyd DlI,1I11l11Ol1d Troxel, Dawson, Gardner, Doc von den Steinen GYMNASTICS As the year began, prospects of an eventful gym season looked very slim, with few lettermen back and practically no meets on the schedule. However, as the year progressed, more meets were scheduled and "Doc's" gym squad went into action. In dual meets, the Bruins won two from C. U., tied one and lost one to Aggies and lost one to Nebraska U. The stellar point-getters and their respective apparatus were: Schoen, Bryant and Gardner, high barg Schoen and Gilchrist, flying rings: Crozier and Bryant, horse, Pierce, Gardner and Adams, parallel bars, and W. Drummond, Boyd and Troxel, mats. Bob Duggan, who dislocated his arm at the first of the season, was a great loss to the team. The 1938 gym crew started slowly, but pulled out phenomenally to win the regional A. A. U. championship, medal winners for Greeley State being: Schoen, first and third on the flying rings and horizontal bar respectively, White, two seconds, on the flying rings and horizontal barg Crozier, third on the horse: Gardner, third on the parallels and Boyd, second on the mats. nw - sw gamma H B , XB BWKH ' A sleawgmm assi: sms ss' si fs awe msn mass K is may-gsm is id' mn mg as -is E? sm, xss was mn 3 Back Row: Taylor, R., Lindou, Longacre, Remley, Schoberlin, Graham Front Row: Sullivan, Taylor, L., Conover, N., Pricer, V., Westaby, Kraemer FENCING Proving itself to be the strongest aggregation of swordsmen in many seasons the Bear fencing team captured the regional open fencing cham- pionship, amassing an overwhelming number of points. Coached by Leslie Dae Lindou, the team con- sisting of Bill Remley, Ralph Taylor, John Adams, Lynn Taylor, Nancy Conover and Velma Pricer and many others established a reputation as a dangerous opponent and consistent winner. In collegiate competition t11e team defeated Aggies, C. U., Mines, and Wyoming as well as the D. A. C., Denver Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., and Fort Warren. Bill Remley won State Sabre championship as well as I'l111116l'-up in Epee and finalist in Foils. Ralph Taylor was runner-up in Foils and Sabre. Nancy Conover was runner-up in Women's Foils. All in all it was a very successful season as a 100 per cent average is not so bad. 4 I fic' f a 5.9 lv 1 ,gift , L - . L - V "f' 1 'F I' s TENNIS '37 The Greeley State racket wielders completed the 1937 season with a. count of three wins and three losses. The members of the Bruin team were: Williauis, Gullette, Harcleroad, Armentrout. Herrick, Sage and Koi-klin, The netsmen who played most consistently throughout the year were Williams and Gullette in singles, closely followed by Sage, Herrick. Harcleroad, Armentrout and Korklin. The doubles players who showed consistency throughout the '37 season were: Gullette and Armentrout. 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Bmw H E ss Mt sem we as as .ms E K gy E was H5223 me K ummhlwnl W aa as H 2 E mass., ass s s as B -mm an s a s ss X. mn nm as ss ax as 555 -5-5 Ei :f '5'- - as s . .qw I lm ss mf---xr W as was fm as as Back Row: Meyer, C., McLaughlin, Rehwoldt, Speckman Front Row: Hamlin, Hoff, Powers, Shay .nh ' :H'F,2:' Y nu... ,f "Ulm, TRACK '37 With only two days of practice, the Bear cindernien journeyed to Denver for their first meet of the year. While they were not victorious, it was plain to see that we had a promising track squad for the coming season. In their second track encounter, the Bears trounced the Tigers of Colorado College, 84-56. To continue a successful season, the Bruin tracksters dusted' under the Wyoming Cowboys, 79-61. In the Colorado relays at Boulder, the Bears gathered further glory by finishing second in the medley relay and fourth in the mile relay. In the R.M.C. and Eastern Division meets, the team did exceptionally well with Rehwoldt, Hecomovich, McLaughlin, Barnhart and Speck- man carrying the brunt of the attack. However, not to be overlooked, are such outstanding track- inen as Farnum, Rose, Robertson, Crozie1', Taylor and Mondt. 61 . . - .li 'ge' Q.- -N-.:e:,4.: .4 -3.3 . " Y. F551 -'z aifitesaa-1 Tennis is one of the most out- standing W. A. A. minor sports. There is a singles tournament in the fall, and a doubles tournament in the spring and sometimes vice versa. Any girl on the campus is invited to enter our game of fun. Outstanding in the field of play were: Lois Lundin and Dorothy Lawhead, both extraordinary racket wieldersg Jo Loewenstein and Mar- garet Linger, doubles champions for three yearsg Esther Sheiffer, Eleanor Westcott and Mary Beth Padtield. The Head of Tennis was Dorothy Lawhead. We play for fun and not for fame! Besides the sports mentioned, W. A. A. sponsors Swimming, Tumbling, the Co-ed Carnival, a Freshman Girls' Mixer, Modern Dance Club and aids in putting on the annual swimming carnival. 62 .va dn? si-we 5. .mf I . I , UI. CZ. CZ. The W. A. A. girls enjoy their "kittenball" season. Our game is a game of skill and alertness, which requires plenty of speed and action. Each spring quarter, W. A. A. sponsors a baseball tournament. Many girls turn out for an hour of fun. The intramural program is integrated with W. A. A. Each represented by a team, is not so much to win, as to have fun. sorority is whose aim The more prominent in play were: Eleanor Westcott, Mary Beth Padfield, Mary Brown, Evelyn De- Mary, Lois Lundin, Dorothy Law- head and Maxine Harryman. Softball was headed' by Ardell Barker. The 1938 Softball championship went to the Sigma Upsilon sorority with second place going to the In- dependent team. 43557 ...... .-.-.1 7-7 .. '1 Our aim is the promotion of educa- tion, mentally, physically and socially. Spring quarter welcomes all girls to participate in track, which in- cludes all the regular track events plus a few more. Our major events are: the hurdles, javelin throw, shotput toss, high jump, broad jump, and the dashes. Every girl is welcome, even though she does not excell in any particular event. At tl1e close of the season, a meet is held. The various sororities enter their members in an event or events and tl1e Independents enter their contestants. The Head of Track for the 1938 season was Quennabelle Walton. Some of the prominent tracksters are: Esther Sheiffer, Maxine Har- ryman, Margaret Linger, Violet Metsker, Jo Loewenstein, Billie Kittleson and many others too numerous to list. .W --, 3513627 F-ef . -aj.,-, In the fall of the year, all girls are encouraged to participate in the first sport of the year, Hockey. Due to the fact that Hockey is a new experience to many girls, in- struction is given before and dur- ing participation. There were many girls playing this year. Fun was had by all. Good sportsmanship and teamplay were predominant as well as the skill which was shown during participa- tion. Jo Loewenstein was the Head of Hockey for the 1937 season. Outstanding players for the 1937 season were: Mariam Lancaster, Maxine Harryman, Lois Lundin, Miriam Hart, Lucy Gibson, Eleanor Wescott, Margaret Linger and Marie Baker. The championship Went to the Independent team. will as - H Wm . , wa ' V, s if s H s A' N H WI SS W B - is I: H E S8 E S8 E 3 Vrifiifif -2- 1" Wm ' Z y We W e sf 555 W, s se ,X ...,.,. ... .. ..,, - s Mwes -hares as . was as an s nu ss- .-sl?T2" ' ""' ' " : L ' 1 ., ,- .O.CZ. One of the most outstanding sports, in which W. A. A. partici- pates, is basketball. Winter quarter is opened by the issuing of an in- vitation to all girls to come and pa1'ticipate. This year, there were fifty girls participating, six organ- izations represented and fifteen tournament games played. We not only play basketball, we are given instruction i11 the cor- rect basketball technique. This was done by the Head of Basketball, Hazel Eaton, assisted by Miss Beggs and Miss Beckner. To climax this very successful season, a first team was chosen. Those placing were: Edith David- son, Dorothy Lawhead, Margaret Linger, Mary Beth Padfield, Esther Sheiffer and Mary Walter. These girls represent each team partic- ipating in the sport. The 1938 championship again went to the Sigma Upsilon sorority. Volleyball is another major sport coming the last of Fall quarter. and the first of Winter quarter. The season was completed with a tournament, which proved success- fullness of the 1938 volleyball sea- son. Teamwork and sportsmanship were the dominant factors of the game. All girls, enrolled in the college, are encouraged to join in the fun. The most outstanding players of the 1938 season were: Jo Loewen- stein, Esther Sheiffer, Margaret Linger, Lois Lundin, Dorothy Law- head, Bernita Bonham and Maxine Harryman. Directing Volleyball activities was Louise Cronbaugh. The championship was Won by the Sigma Upsilon sorority. 7 63 , L ll . mg- 93.41. jpg V- . p -. ' K 1 .f 1 . ml-13521 4, W v Html. 1 ,gi M Us .mm ' 5 A .. -4 W fl . Rin -f zz 45 Q1 :Xi - 921: X l 'W M ggi 511 mmwx W :1 xx ' 4' .. E 14 , X, . Q N l- -l.. -S K 4 L ww. Q , 1 2 . 5. X 2 x ,, 1 X Q 1' ' mmm W lp M. H Q -.-1. 12 ,W Lyvuwxgfa Vx ww. 'mn f x l We lv 1 li "Si i ivsvgv-JK 2 14.-If 'ws-li 'W Bm 'gel sm N -frrid , sv" 0435. I Y, MW' lf. nf -qi. fwfi' Ezfis as 4 .EM M PM 4 M1 E, Em! wr an lf so as A X K in ln msn will as 9 2 -V. rr Xin 4 xg: if ian fl K' of Y 1. Basketball Champions '38--Haddeu Hall. 2. Swimming Champions '38-Lambda Gams. 3. Volleyball Cham- pions '38-Delta Psi. 4. Whitehouse-155-lb. Wrestling Champ. 5. H. Stahl-135-lb. Boxing Champ. 6. Drew -165-lb. Boxing Champ. 7. Emery-145-lb. Boxing Champ. 8. Smith-118-lb. Wrestling Champ. 9. Dolph- 1 55-lb. Boxing Champ. 1 ,M VVA. 1, , E es, -my s ss ws in gg. ,Nj mg Q we .. A H H . H MwfwsfQ3,N,ES-215535 X E W E B I B Q E . B H WWMWNLHE, B H . 5 H Q M is Em.. ps. H Q W H H .H 5. ww, 1 S8 , B .E S2 . ' - XSL 'W N H as F E H Q - if Q M H H wgsgsgi 1 . .,.,. V Q g E .EW . .. ..1: :-,f N M ss , - :,: W my - , :-: A M ,, . ' ' 5 1 iiizi X H 'ZZZHLE , 'g- B 'L E 'mugs- H B H H H , r ! f Pb gf H ms l.. L.- , .1 , . 1 ww .H . -im ss Us -is W.- H s sim m- s -,-mms s s s s- fi s :sams- s s mn at - -ss nz s ss s E s s mam an as s sim E ms E ai B s E x s E s s s si .1 s s s 1 - ri fs s, mwxmmzs E H f1"?s -H' -s XV- R H- Q: ws .xy .E I .E msg - msgs-ms fs E gm Q 5 s ss gg, nl -'A N lg HBE s an H K s mx xl was sm: m sis eww' s mmf .H vw W mugg- 2m Weiss . E H-. E . EQSSMEK B my S 1 5 s .mi E sq M mana Rm HB s H H A sis E YS mn, E ss ,XE ss BSR W H mfgigsu nl H- 'A HN' ,Swim M. E is s X M me ss Us s ws NSE sa msg s- is ss if maxi E ss ss s s E Z ni H .s H Essa s sms H missy E 'SR X ml X s ss was sw sm? s ass M s img EW . ss MM H ss Hmm -j semi E5 s s ax . s s . W 5 na-:L s E . E s Ks-E B ss E s E s s :iz W H H x 1-Q H W s Q ss sem , E si s s Si as E E B ix nl H mn s s s -X s E s X s as s s s ' s I ss N RIG x-XE H E ss ss 10. Football Champions '37.--Delta Psi. 11. Track Champions -Lambda Gams. 13. J. Johnson-165-lb. Wrestling Champ. Us '37-Phi Delta Pi. 12. Baseball Champions '37 14. Frazier-118-lb. Boxing Champ. 15. Kruse -175-1b. Boxing and W1'est1i11g Champ. 16. Hanning-126-Ib. Boxing and Wrestling Champ. 17. Boyd-145-lb. Wl'ESt1ll1g Champ. I ,.L1J . 4,7 cku.g:'1 - ,Q- K fr'-f' n. ,U ' 0, V ' iv" ,fa-I .' N, 5 Y J , , ,,' Q -A Xp' ,- " 2. - f' 'A ' .fn I ,V . I U V I, M :J IO -'Lf ,L Alf. . , In My - 'I , N 1 " ' 5 ' Q ' P-mg E X 1 x , 0' Y X q -f Q" Y ' -W -. f I .x -, 7: I ll .KJ fix " xv' L, "V U P f Q VW f" , ,' yr' 4 N H 1 , Y. 9 . I , 1 , . 1 , I l R i 1 I r I 5 E 1 as-Rx my ,:..-.gs i . ,. I 1'3" 45' " 492' 5 In ,--,-a v ng w-pp. Wig by ,4 , JVM J A Iv X . .. f ,.v,LLx',,!fU7 ,f .. 1221.4 "I 59112345407 ji! - if ,W ,HIV f Vernald Barnhart JYVIVIZO1' Faithe Bartlett Sophomore I Elizabeth Bauder Freshmavl Alma Baudino Sophomore Lucille Baughman Sophomore Katherine Ayres Freslzman Frances Baab S ewiov' Mildred Baab Senior Irene Bailey Senior Ruth Ballantyne Sophomore K 70 Ardell Barker Sophom01'e Geraldine Barker Sophomore Karl Adams Senior Nellie Adams Sophomore Clarabeth Addington Sophomore Evelyn Addington Sophomore Leona Adolf Sophomore O Lena Alberieo Sophomore Arline Amick J'lL71'i07" Beulah Anderson Senior Marie Anderson Soplzomore O Werdna Andrews Senior Mabel Arbuthnot Junior Leo Armstrong F'l'CSlL'l7LfL'I'll 43' Mary Jane Burbridge Senwioi' Leona Burchett Ju-11 -for O Theodore Burggraff S emo? Grace Bush Soplzomore Genevieve Chase Sophomore Frances Bridwell Sopho-more Dorothy Brook SOIJII-O'H7,07'C Edna Mae Brown Sophomore Geneva Brown Somoa' Mary Brown Junior I Bertha Brunkhardt S0pl:.o1n,o1'c Hattie Brunner Froslmnan Nancy Baum Jvmior Elaine Becker Junior Anna Mary Bell Scvrior Ruby Bell F9'esILmcm Patience Benway Sophomore O Alice Bergner Senior' Agnes Bishop Junior Ruby Bluhm Soywnomoro Stella Boote Senior I Barbara Bousman Freshman Margery Bower Freshman Dorothy Brenn Senior Velma DeWalt Junior Marjorie Dickson Sophomore Delene Diedrich Sophomore Naomi Diefendorf Sophomore Dorothy Dillon Freshman Laura Cozzens Sophomore Rowena Crane Sophomore Frances Crites Senior Dorothy Currey Junior Rhoda Davis Sophomore O Fern Decker Freshman Louise DeHaven Sophomore 72 ll, .l ' -Q '. My 1 ' x K X Ruth Cheramy Sophomore Nonna Childress Sophomore Florence Christensen Junior Ina Bell Cline Freshman. Barbara Jane Colwell Sophomore O Della Cometto Freshman June Conarty Freshman Myrtle Conradson Senior Genevieve Cook Sophomore Amey Cooper Sophomore Adalyn Costanza Junior' Virginia Cox Junior William Farnworth .F'l'CS7l'7TLfl7L Margaret Finley J 'zmior Ruth Foard Sophomore William Force Senior Betty Foust Sophomore Oneta Dorsey Freshmmz Maude Dotson Senior Eleanor Doty Unclass-i fied Mary Doty .F'l'6S7L77LlZ'l1 o Senior Frcshmcm Marcia Evans Sophomore Nellie Ewer Sophomore Madeline Fagerberg Sophomore Alice Fallis Freshman David Faris Junior Ada Farmer 151 Senior Marjorie Farmer Senior Katherine Ebel Ffeb'H'1'm J1m"0" Christina Espinoza Marjorie Eberhart Dorothy Eckhai dt Bertha Haas Sophomore Dorothy Hackler Sophomore O Marjorie Hagan Senior' Iva Hall Senior Beverly Hammer Freshman WV?- 74 E-be lg., Ray Gordon Freshman Laurene Grant Jfzmior Eunice Grebner Sophomore Phyllis Green Senior Virginia Gross F1'eshmcm 0 Dorothy Guenzi Senior Loretta Gutfelder Sophomore Marie Fowler J 'imior Anna France Jzmfio-r Emma Francen Sophomore Wilma Frazier Sophomore Gertrude Fulleton Sophomore Beatrice Garvin J unior Mary Gee J imior Sadi Gerber Scniov' Mary Gholson Sophomore Millicent Glover Senwior Mary Goetzel Freshmcm James Goodwin Freshman Lucile Jaeger Senior Janet Jenks Senior O Magda Jensen Senior Margaret Johnson J unior Marguerite Johnson Junior Alma Hohenstein Fres lmnan. Thelma Hollins Freshman Alice Holst Sophomore Helen Holtorf Sophomore Virginia Howell Junior Dorothy Hughes Sophomore Emma Hursh Senior Helen Hammond Sophomore William Haning Sophomore Maude Harbert Sophomore Doris Harlan Sophomore Helen Hart Senior Bernetta Hartman Senior Vivian Heitmann Sophomore Astor Henderson Sophomore Eileen Hendrickson Freshman I Lydia Hettinger Junior' Marybeth Hill Sophomore Louise Hofen Junior 75 Mary Linville Sophomore Pauline Lubers Sophomore Elsie Manchester Senior Wilmina Manhart Senior Phyllis Martin Senior Mary Jane LaShell Sophomore Carol Latham Freshman Herbert Leach Freshman Dorothy Lee Senior Berdina Leech Sophomore ' O Hazel Leeland 76 J nnior Pearl Lett Sophomore Clara Jane Jones Junior Pearl Jones Senior Edna Judd Junior Anee Kamau Unclassified Mary Kerr Junior Virginia Kerr Sophomore William Kilmer Senior Ruby Knutson Sophomore Hilda Koeneke Senior I Madolyn Kountzffw 2: Sophomore Effie Kurtz ' Junior Mariam Lancaster Freshinan Sibyl Mason Freshman Vera Mason S enior George Mathes J nnior Alberta Maus Senior Willa McDowell Freshman 0 Helen MeKibbon Freshman Harriett McTaggart Sophomore Clestine McWilliams Sophomore Patricia Meehan Sophomore Mary Meyer Freshman Gladys Miles Senior Maribelle Miner Senior 1' Jerry Morgan Senior Clara Olsen Freshman Alice Opdale Senior Corabelle Owen Freshman Leola Palumbo S enior Kittie Parker Fre.s'71.nmn Jean Mumaugh Freshman Coleen Myers Freshman Eleanor Nelson Sophomore Helen Nelson Sophomore Geneva Nero Sophomore S enior . . 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' x ' , v 'cj ig' Y - I, ' i Q I lx s ,' Florence Reeves Sophomore Dorothy Reid Freshman Bette Reid Freshman- Dorothy Renshavv Fres hman Lorene Rice Freshman Forresta Power Senior Frances Pryor Jimior Maxine Quinn Sophomore Louise Randleman Senior Dorothy Ray Sophomore o Ima Ray 78 Freshman Helen Reese Sophomore Marjorie Parker Sophomore Earl Payne Freshman Darle Pearson Juni-or Louise Perkins .FTGSIIWLGTL Mary Kay Perrin Senior Phyllis Petschauer Sophomore Beatrice Phillips Sophomore Dorothy Pierce Senior Ethelynne Pierce Senior I Charlotte Plumb Sophomore Virginia Poor Junior Dorothy Powars Junior Blanche Richards S enior Mary Riche Sophomore Helen Rinehart Senior June Robinson Senior Edna Roller Junior 0 Elna Root Melvin Sall Freshman Thelma Sandefur Sophomore 0 Helen Sawyer Sophomore Bertha Scheid J nnior Helen Schneider Sophomore Freshman Dorothy Roukema Sophomore 95' Muriel Sergeant Sophomore Jack Shaw Senior 0 Shirley Sheridan Senior Beatrice Sherrill J nnior Leona Siebring Junior Dorothy Schober Sophomore Lela Schrack Sophomore Ella Ann Schrammel Sophomore Emilie Schuler Freshman Robert Scott J nnior o Elaine Scouler Sophomore Janet Seggel .F7'6S7H77,Cl'l'L I Rose Mary Tanner Sophomore Catherine Tatman J1mior Georgia Taylor Freslmnan Ralph Taylor Junior Dena TeGrotenhuis Junior Irene Stroli Sophomore Doris Stream Jwnlior Della Stringer Sophomore Ruby Surber Sophomore Mary Sutter Freshmcm 80 Lois Swanson .F7'CS77,777,CWL Betty Lou Sweet J"lL7'L'iO7' Zelda Sigman Senior Bonnie Simmons Freshman Mildred Skold Erna Steige Freshman Sophomore Ida Smith Elizabeth Stewart Senior Sophomore Oarle Smith 0 Semm' Evelyn Stice 0 Senior Gertrude Sparks Florence Stoner Sophomore Sophomore Elma Staudinger Loretta Stout Freshman Sophomore Della Watt Freshman Catherine Weinig Junior Mildred Wernsman F7'GS1LWZCl7L LaV on West J unter Luella Westbrook Senior Kay Unfug Sophomore Edith Varian Freshm-cm Eunice Vroornan Sophomore Florence Walker Junior Merry Walter Freshmavi. 0 Ruth Ward J 'zwrior Anna Mae Warner Freshman Elaine Templin Senior Lorraine Tetsell Sophomore Minnabeth Thomas Sophomore Isabella H. Thompson Sophomore Isabella Thompson Sophomore Mildred Thompson Freshman Ann Tikkanen Freshman Virginia Tormey Senior Verne Totten Sophomore Jean Trammell Sophomo-re Phyllis Traylor 17'7'CSh,?1LCl7'I, Rosemary Tripp Junior G6 36 Naomi Worden Senior Eleanor Wright F1'eslm1z.an 0 . Ruth Yost Jwnlior Marion Wilson J 'IMI i or Wauneta Winemiller Soymomore Ruth Woller F1'es7Lman Helen Woods J lL'I1iO1' Gardne Semov' O r Wood 82 Margaret Whittier S0127lf07H,07'6 Loreda Wickstrom Juvzior Flossie Williams Fwcsltmavz, Phyllis Williams F1'es7L'ma11, Lois Williamson Freshmfm Genevieve Willich So197Lo'm09'e Elinor Wilson S on ior o Irene Wilson Freshmom -mms - was was ss x 1 r - ., 1 ' ' V fn- ffm: My u -,LL I 1 1 f Shi 5. vi RPXNQGROVE W5-5 A- ,ann- nm 4 xv Q -vi bv mn 5 if is .Qlfg ARHJEL mon A 5 'r J Max Hunter Junior Clinton Johnson Junior' O Wilbur Kattner Senior Martha Kennedy .F'l'6.S'l1f'l7Ml'l7, Victor Lockwood Freshman, Beatrice Ewers S02J71,0'l7lfO7'6 Lee Farlee Jimfior Albina Guenzi Senior Bill Hamilton 19'1'eshman George Hamlin Jimior I Marion Hays J un i 07' Ira Hoff Semor George Bath Sophomore Wilber Bearley Sophomore ' Rex Beckenhauer Virginia Burbridge Sophomore Sophomore John Beem Harold Carlson S01J7L0'I7'bO'I"6 Sophomore Theodore Bell ' Sophomore Bob Crozier Q Jzmioa' H - f Isaac Bohlender Vernell Curry Sophomore Jimiior A l , . 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Harold Thompson Junior Robert Warner IPTGSIHILIL71, David Werner Jun-ior Stella Winecheck SO1J71.07IIfO'7'6 Arthur Zanon Sophomore Kenneth Seawell Freslwnan Robert Seelinger Senior Norris Shook SOIQILOTTLOTC Lenora Skinner J nnior Ernest Snyder Freshman Robert Steige F7'6S11,?1LG71, Kenneth Tegtman J nnfior William Lohse Senior Eugene Martin Senior Nina Massard Senior John McGlothlan Senior Dean Mercer Freshman O James Miller Soplnovnore Herbert Nichols J'lL9Vf07' John Pryor Freslmnavz- Violet Reynolds Senior Fred Roukemaih Fres Inman ' Jack Ruchman Junior Walter Schoen Senior ee-,Wr',caf?J 'IYUZIPYAA JC:-MJ 'AMW f"""U"4"" Awww 6dfi.J '4"',M Mwffflfmf 4-JJ f- - x vs vw HAREAH 1 Q w X mx 6, 3 i H aaa Q, 5 5 gm M gig V H W A -. sw Ax: x ,N , ss Q in fx A K u ff 'uf fa ww wins Y N H QW W Y f MQ, M - ,, I Y 5 ff Ti" QR X aff 9 King Gardner Soplzoanore Charley Griest J nnior Luella Hampton Senior Claude Hansen Freshman Glenn Harris J'lL7Z7:07' Harden Dorward Junior Marcel Dransfeldt Sopliomore Les Emery Freshman A Richard Evans Senior Max Fackler Unclassified O Richard Fields .90 Senior George Frank Senior Jeannette Adams Senior John Adams Sophomore Fern Akers Sophoonore Henry Albrecht Senior Glen Alps Junior o Betty Andrews .F?'CSh'l7LClf'l'L Jack Boomer Sophomore Ann Brothers Sophomore Iona Brown Sophomore Marshall Brown Junior Helen Cottingham S en i or Robert Davis Senior Grant Reel Senior Harold Roberts Senior I Estil Robertson Senior Jean Sawyer Sophomore Don Schachterle Sophomore -S' Lester Kraus Freshman Erma Mader J unior Kathryn Maxwell J1L77f'i07' Carl Meyer Junior Benton Neel Sophomore l Margery Orwig Freshman Cleo Osborne Senior Bruce Hart J unior Dorothy Henderson Junior Gerald Hiatt J unior Maxine Hibbs Sophomore Dorothy Howell Sophomore o Dorothy Jackson Freshman Mary-Ellen Jeffery Sophomore Frances Johnson Senior John Johnston Freshman Don Justice Sophomore Fonnie Kastle Freshman Ava Keymel S enfi or A 15 GN Elizabeth Wickham Margaret Tromble Sophomore Senior James Young Velma Wagner Freshman Sophomore Allan Walla Sophomore , xc ,vu ws tfi 5 KJ- v' uesxorb qv Q45 V L 0 Q,"'c! in 1 Rxbf J, P Florence Shank J unior Frank Slack ' Junior Alma Smiley Sophomore Vera Mae Smith Sopho'm,ofre Arlo Sonnenberg J unim' Carl Spanner Freslmzan gm-wsm., mn ms ma Tm mn ss a V an M-.ML sm ig-mm E 1-Hman 13238 . 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Gene Clark Sophomore Winifred Kenney Freslmnan Sam Kerbs Junior Beatrice Kuskie Freslzfman Louis Lanyon Sophomore Robert Lloyd Junior Virginia Harris Senior Bernita Heckart Sophomore Charles Hosselkus Junior Dorothy Hurt Sophomore Lance Karney Freshman Faith Keefer Sophomore Charles Kellovv Junior Louise Fleer Junior Edith Foster Freshman Arthur Fritschel Sopliomore Bernice Garver Senior Sterling Gilbert Senior I Jack Grewell Senior Howard Griest Junior Bert Hagquist Sophomore Mary Hallock Sophontorc Harry Harbaugh Sophomore Nadine Harrah Senior Gail Harris Senior Clara Bane Smith Freshman Dorothy MaetSmith Senior lr o Maurine Smith Freshman Max Stalsworth Freshman Vernon Strait Junior Robert Rehm Freshman Victor Rehwoldt Sophomore Ida Richard So1Jho'rrLore Harry Roberts Freshman Brainard Shay Senior Elizabeth Sheppard 98 Junior Ruth Skinner Senior Eugene Long Freslwnan Alva Lotspeich Sophomore Margaret Lunn Junior Margaret Maddux Freshman Charles McFarland Sophomore Len Morse Sophomore Marguerite Niles Sophomore Inez Peavy Freshman Glenn Peterson J1L7'L'i0'l' Marion Rose Phelps Senior Raymer Piper Senior Earl Powell Senior - J 'x l,: ll. l 4: ,.. , ff' f 4, 3 ,i" AJ J LA V 4' 5 TU 4' 1, 4 S 9 Y we 4' A Q YNLLU '. 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Shirley I-Iarrod Freslzman 124 Lydia Ann Cicmanec Sophomore Frances Cullen Freslmzan Margery Curnow Juniov' Virginia Dawson F?'6-97If77LG7Z Betty June Doane Soplzomore O Dorothy Fiscus Sophomore Madelene Goddard Freshmrm Emma Lou Anderson Sevrioo' Margery Baller F"l'C87L77LU'lL Martha Beisel Freslwnan Carl Benson J wnfiov' Juanita Berger Juufior Florence Bratton Senior Donald Brooks J imwior pn. Kay Brown F-re.s'hmcm Evelyn Bullock J zmior O Solomon Busch Sophomore Jane Caldwell Freslwucm B etty Carter Senior Lois Plummer Jimvior Minnie Poe Freshman Jean Reynolds Senior Gale Rosling Sophomore Harry Ross Jun im' Freda Henderson Freshman, Lucile Hieber Freshman Ruth Hieber Fres Imran Fern Holloway Jvmfior Doreen Jones J zmfioo' Marian J uilfs Senior Natalie Lord Sophomore Dorothy Moore F1'es7m1.an Laura Louise Moore Sophomore Lavenia Morgan S02J7lO'l7LO7'6 Helen M. Nelson Senior Lotys Northup F1'es7wna'n O Dorothy Peck I"reshm1,an Edna Pickell Freshman Edith Lorimor Soyalnomore Mary Manley Sop7:,o'm,or'e Hope Marks Fres hman Jewell McDonnell Sophomore Pattie Menefee Scniov' 195 Tessibel Van Dyke Freslzmfm VVinifred Van Eman J zmior LaVetta Vifian F1'eSlLman Ruby Ward U11.classif'ied 126' Betty Starkey Soplzomore Sidney Stone F7'GS7L'l7LCl71, Opal Stuart Senior Riley Sullivan' 17'?'6S7lf'l7LU,'l1 Virginia Timothy Senior O LaVeta Ruth Trezise FT6S7L77LG7l Betty Twist J unlior Lynn Sample Sophomore Melvin Schoberlin Senior Leone Schmeeckle Junior Gertrude Scovel Jimfior Helen Seitz Freshman O Thelma Shew Sophomore A Chester Smith F-reshmcm Eunice Smith Senior Mary Lou Sorensen S02J1L0'll1,07"6 O Mary Alyse Southard Junioo' Dorothy Spear S87Li0l' Helen Stafford Freslmnavii Leslie Ward Warren Williamson Senior Senior Wayne Welch ' F?'eS'WW'l Frances Yoder William Wells SWOT Semm' Rutli Ann C 1'W t b Zlmmerman f , 14 gggiogu es a -y Jun-ior 5224! Robert Widlund ,f"T' f A, f' K' .F7'6S1L'I7'LCL73 5 Grace W1ll1amS Senior 127 M ENGLASH . E E 3 s 5 3 1 1 1 Y 1 1 f -51,71 W 55, V if T William Lott Freshmavz Phillis McCumber F7'6S7I,'l7Hl72f o Mary McGloth1an Soplzomore Eston Meade Freshfman Floyd Miller Fresh,m,a11, Ellen Gahm F1'es7mn.an Marjorie Gibbs Fresh.ma11 Joe Haefeli F7'6S1L77I,ll7l1 John Hammond Freshman, Russell Hankins SOZJl1f0777,07'6 O Glen Johnson F7'USll771-G72 Glad s Keiser Y Sopliomcwe 132 Naomi Brothers F7'esh.mcm Mary Ann Christensen Freslwnan June Corsberg F-reshman. Clarence Crosier Seuiov' Gertrude Deering F-reshman O Mary Dempsey .FT CS 71, 171011, Frank Devine Freshman Harry Duenweg Freshman Roy Erickson Sophomove Jess Fasold Sophomore Charles Ferman F1'esh'ma11, George Fry F'res71,ma1z- Oliver Troxel Soplz.omo1'e George Waddingham Freslzmafz, Ross Wedeme er Y Uvmlassified Marian Peterson F1'e.9hma91. Jean Pool Freshman Wayne Stuart Freshmavrx Anthony Tafoya F7'6.97L7l1,Uf?l o Lynne Taylor Fres 7L'l1ll171, Tom Tramel Freshmafn Louise Miller Sophovlwre Delmer Moore Sopltomore Leroy Moss F7"6S7I,'l7LG'll Frances Orman F7'6S1L77LCHZ Bruce Parker Junfiov' Richard Patterson S0plLomo1"e 133 'sg-,L ' K 6-2- " 'J-::'i- Q 5. Q-. William Greene Colorado Springs, Colo. Science A.B., c.s.c.E. Millard Gyte Denby, S. D. Eclnccition - B.S., Chadron, Nebr. 136' Van English Greeley, Colo. Music A.B., C.S.C.E. Ruth Fleming Greeley, Colo. Business and Ec. A.B., C.SiC.E. William Garrison Denver, Colo. Science A.B., C.S.C.E. Henry Amicarella Serene, Colo. Physical Education A.B., C.S.C.E. Clarence Boyd Joes. Colo. Education Gladys Daugherty Greeley, Colo. Elementary Ed. A.B., C.S.C.E. Blanche Drexel Greeley. Colo. Sveconclcwy Education A.B., Tex. Tech., Lubbock, Tex. Harold Drummond Eaton, Colo. S econclaxry Ecliicationl A.B., C.S.C.E. Dan Hamlow Palisade, Colo. Mathematics B.S., U. of Nebr. Harry Hard A Blanca, Colo. Science A.B. James Hill Greeley, Co.o. I nclustrial Arts E Ward Kimball South Pasadena, Calif. S econclary Education A.B., C.S.C.E. o Raymond Kiser Greeley, Colo. Science A.B., C.S.C.E. Adam Petranovich Pinnacle, Colo. Hist. ancl Political Sc. A.B., C.S.C.E. Price Rigby Driggs, Ida. Literature and Lang A.B. A.B., C.S.C.E. e Edgar Hoff Makoti, N. D. Hist. and Political Sc. A.B., C.S.C.E. Kathryn Matthews Greeley, Colo. Geography A.B., C.s,c.E. Betty Molgard Kearney, Nebr. Elementary Ecl. A.B,, Kearney, Nebr. J. B. Montague, Jr. Kansas City, Mo. Sociology B.S., WH1'1'6DSbl1l'g, Mo. 137 Mary Thomas Pleasant Hill, Mo. Literature and Lung. B.S., Central Mo., S.T. College 138 Herbert Stahl Huron, S. D English A.B., Huron, S. D. Maynard Stamper Waynesburg, Ky. Zoology B'.S.,-1-Richmond, Ky. Francis Rowe Hillsboro, Md. Industrial Arts A.B., Duke University Edwin Smith Greeley, Colo. Education A.B., C.S.C.E. George Stahl Huron, S. D. Mathematics A.B., Huron, S. 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I 'ml' r,,l'j,.: i l ., IV' l , , , , . 'f' Qi., E, 1 1. , fl , wg ,ei lllll.a.sl First Row: Adams, Akers, Albrecht, Alps, Brothers, Brown, Conant, Cox, Crites Second Row: Easterday, Fields, Frank, Henderson, Hiatt, Hill, Jaeger, Jeffery, Johnson Third Row: Keymel, Mader, Maxwell, Neel, Norman, Osborne, Pearson, Reel, Roberts Fourth Row: Shank, Smiley, Smith, Sonnenberg, Tetsell, Tromble, Wagner, Westbrook, The Arts Guild The Arts Guild was organized on the campus of Colorado State College AAL' o Education in January, 1936, for the purpose of promoting interest the arts and to estab- lish a closer social relationship between students of the fine, home and industrial arts department. OFFICERS President . ' . Jeannette Adams Vice-President . Arlo Sonnenberg Sec.-Treas. . . . Lucile Jaeger Faculty Advisers U ..... r Miss Grace Baker, Miss Georgia Moore, Mr. Richard Ellinger Worden STUDENT MEMBERS Jeannette Adams Fern Akers Henry Albrecht Glen Alps Ann Brothers Iona Brown Homer Conant Virginia Cox Frances Crites Raymond Dochter Virginia Easterday Richard Fields George Frank Charles Griest Irene Hannen Dorothy Henderson Gerald Hiatt James Hill Lncile Jaeger Mary Ellen Jeffery Frances Johnson Ava Keymel Erma Mader Bernice 'Magnie Kathryn Maxwell Benton Neel Iona Norman Cleo Osborne Darle Pearson Grant Reel Harold Roberts Florence Shank Alma Smiley Ida Smith Arlo Sonnenberg Bill Sprague Lorraine Tetsell Margaret Tromble Velma Wagner Luella Westbrook Naomi Wo1'den FACULTY MEMBERS Grace M. Baker Ralph T. Bishop Harold Brandt Richard Ellinger Charles M. Foulk John Mariani Georgia E. Moore Vera Newburn Kenneth F. Perry Margaret M. Roudebush Otto W. Schaefer Estelle Stinchfield Edith G. Weibkiiig ,iz-1, i ' ' .vi-ice ,..- , ' 14-f 'is'-1" ' .yy:5',1.--a"'.gv in .- .rvsvhgaleri . wail... if-1 afield-f ' 1 ' ' ,Av Top Row: Andersen, Babcock, Boyd, Butler, Camp, Craig, Davis Second Row: DeMary, Duggan, Durrette, Farnurn, Fleer, Fripp, Gilbert, Godley, Gooden Third Row: Harris, Harryman, Holland, Hubbs, Jacobson, D., Jacobson, L., Jobe, Kalach, Keiser, Klein Fourth. Row: Krieger, Kurtz, McCall, McFall, McRea, Meden, Miller, Newlan, Padfield, Peterson Fi-fth, Row: Pitchford, Powell, Reich, Scheibel, Smith, Snyder, Southard, Speckmann, Sutton, Thorne The Colvin Club The Colvin Club was founded in 1915 under the name of the Commercial Club. The purpose of Colvin Club is to enltble the busi- ness education students and fac- ulty members to become better acquainted, and to promote inter- est in business education. OFFICERS President ---- Betty Boyd Vice-President - Myrna Holland Secretary - - - Freda Klein Treasurer - - Dudley Pitchford Faculty Advisers ---- Dr. A. O. Colvin, Mr. W. L. Knies, Mr. S. C. Bedinger. STUDENT MEMBERS Kathryn Andersen Mildred Babcock Betty Boyd Marian Butler Louise Camp Ruth Craig Mary Davis Evelyn DeMary Bob Duggan Beulah Durrette Arline Farnum Louise Fleer Elizabeth Fripp Sterling Gilbert Howard Godley Orville Gooden Marjorie Harris Maxine Harryman Myrna Holland Lorena Hubbs Doris Jacobson Lucille Jacobson Marjorie Jobe Shirley Kalach Emma Mae Keiser Freda Klein Dorothy Krieger Charlma Kurtz Mildred McCall Edna McFall LaVerne McRea Alberta Meden Hilda Miller Beverly Newlan Mary Beth Padfield Marian Peterson Dudley Pitchford Catherine Powell Viola Reich Juanita Scheibel Eileen Smith Max Snyder Mary Southard Walt Speckmann Marjorie Sutton D011 Thorne FACULTY MEMBERS Mr. S. C. Bedinger Mr. W. L. Knies Dr. A. O. Colvin 45 6 Top Row: Adcock, Albright, Anderson, Arganbright, Ball Second Row: Bartlett, Bishop, Boyd, Burns, Chenoweth, Cole, Cordill Third Row: Countrayman, Crow, Dawson, DeMary, Doherty, Durrette, Ellicott, Farmer Fourth Row: Farnworth, Ferrero, Finley, Foster, Fripp, Fritschel, Gahm, Gallavau, Gibbs, Gilchrist Fifth Row: Goff, Gullette, Guyton, Harbaugh, Harcleroad, Hoff, Hunter, James, Jones, The Dickerson Club Founded in 1915, the History Club was concluctecl as an open foru-in on current events. The name was changed in 1929 to Dickerson Club with more special- ization. The purpose of the Dich- erson Club is to promote an in- creasing interest in the social studies by bringing 'viewpoints on contemporary problems to its nierhbers. OFFICERS President - - - Tom Doherty Vice-President - Yvonne Bishop Secretary - - Hilda Ruth Lunn Treasurer - - L. Fred Gilchrist Faculty Advisers ---- Dr. Ora B. Peake, Dr. A. F. Zimmerman, Dr. O. M. Dicker- son. Kimlel' STUDENT MEMBERS Harold Adcock Zona Albright Bill Anderson Marguerite Arganbright Virginia Ball Bob Bartlett M. E. Baur Harold Berryhill Yvonne Bishop Alford Banta Clarence Boyd Dale Brooks Forrest Bu1'ns Ruth Chenoweth Lois Cole Adair Cordill Barbara Countrayman Don Crow Frank Dawson Tom Doherty Ava Douglas Beulah Durrette Clarice Ellicott Evelyn DeMary Ada Farmer William Farnworth Mary Ferrero Mary Finley Edith Foster Elizabeth Fripp Arthur Fritschel Ellen Gahm Bess Gallavan Marjorie Gibbs John Gilchrist L. F'red Gilchrist Kenneth Goff Gene Gullette Gertrude Guyton Harry Harbaugh Fred Harcleroad Bernita Hartman E. J. Hoff Josephine Hunter Ruth James Eva W. Jimmerson Nancy Jones Mary Kerr Millie Kerr Clara Kettleson Katherine Kimler I ..- -mf. , -' , ,sv-"f , ,-L 'Y a- " "- ,f 6 1 1- J w Top Row: Kissell, Klein, Leach, Lohse, Lunu Second Row: Magraw, Mahler, C., Mahler, W., Martin, Mason, Mathes Third Row: McElwain, McFall, Miles, Miner, Montague, Morganti, Murray, Owen Fourth Row: Pearson, Perkovich, Randlenian, Remley, Ross, Saul, Scheid, Schoberlin Scovel, Shambaugh 1 Fifth Row: Sigman, Skinner, Slyter, Smith, Templin, Underhill, Wells, Wheeler, Wright, The Dickerson Club STUDENT MEMBERS Lucy Kissell Edwin Klein Teresa Lawless Hubert Leach Bill Lohse . Hilda Ruth Lunn Pat Magraw Clarence Mahler Walter Mahler Phyllis Martin Vera. Mason George Mathes Eileen MCElW3i11 Edna McFal1 Wullum Laurine Saul Robert Slyter Bertha scheia Mfwfille Smith Melvin Schoberlin Lewis Spencer Elaine Templin Gertrude Scovel Clinton Underhill Bernice Sechrist Gladys Miles Rose Velder Marybelle Miner J. B. Montague Clyde Morganti Alice Morison Evelyn Murray Orlo Naugle Harold Niethammer Mary Owen Darle Pearson Guy Shambaugh Zelda Sigman Chloe Simmons Muriel Skinner Leon Wells Hugh Wheeler Douglas Wright Herbert Wullum Paul Peykgvich Loulse Randleman Dr. O. M. Dickerson Dr. Ora B. Peake Bm Remley Dr. A. F. Zimmer- Esther Ross Mr, Charles Hales man 147 - 15 ' ,J J 2 K .,, it ,qt Ml: Vw!! tit' ,, VF'e Mi lit BN til, -twin' sw 'lu ttf, into My W, xlttt ill It! WEN lt, fmt. iii" ixl Ill tit f,"5 xfllifl v'l il' 't 'li ltv ull. ,N it Q1 tn ,," 11 I1 -H H., V., K ix' 5, Il. i g, ii i' 'e all ,li assi M I il. I -- ----- Y YY Y A Y ,Y , ,.. - ,V 7.7, ..i,.fV-gf, . - re B c--'-1 P- - - ff , 1 'fy . , n ' I Y --.rv I .- 'A ' 14 ..-J I ,Jill .VM , . .M . f- .- - - A .ir Y i Y 148 Top Row: Adams, Anderson, Benson, Boyd, Brown, Carter Second Row: Cicmanec, Cottingliam, Davis, Dorward, Durrette, Gallavan, Garver, Gullette Third Row: Herman, J., Herman, L., Hibbs, Johnson, Lord, Manley, Murray, Parker STUDENT MEMBERS Dramatic Club Karl Adams Natalie Lord The Dramatic Club is to elevate Emma Lou Mary Manley educational and artistic ideals in Anderson . h Dorothy Peterson the realm of dramatic fmterpreta- Betty Cartel. tion L. E. Powers Lydia Ann Cicmanec ' Bill Remley Helen Cottingham Price Rigby Beulah Durrette Harry ROSS Bess Gallavan Lynn Sample Bernice Garver OFFICERS Leon Schrneeckle l Bfuce Gfaham Melvin Schoberlin Presldent - - Gene Gullette Gene Gullette Walt Schoen Vice-President - Bernice Garver Secretary - - - Betty Starkey Business Manager - Harry Ross Faculty Adviser ----- - - Miss Margaret Blackburn Joe Herman Lou Herman Dorothy I-Iood Guy Sliambaugh Betty Starkey Robert Timothy Frances Johnson Grace Williams , Top Row: Parker, Pearson, Poor, Remley, Rigby, Ross Second Row: Sample, Schmeeckle, Schneider, Schoberliu, Schoen, Shambaugh, Shew Third Row: Siebring, Sorensen, Stahl, Starkey, Templin, Timothy, Westaby, Williams ,, I X61-LM ' 4 fmaflfff' APPRENTICE PLAYERS .,,,f A R Carl Benson Kitty Marie Parker f Jean Bourdonniere Clarence Boyd Kay Brown Margaret Carrari Lewis Davis Harden Dorwarcl Maxine I-Iibbs Nancy Horton Evelyn Murray Bruce Parker Darle Pearson Virginia Poor Helen Schneider Thelma Shew Leona Siebring Mary Lou Sorenson Herbert Stahl Elaine Templin Carol Westaby Warren Wisdom 4 Top Row: Alberico, Amick, Ayres, Baab, Bailey, Barker, Barnliart, Baum Second Row: Bell, A., Bell, R., Bower, Brenn, Bridwell, Brook, Brown, Burbridge, Bush, , Childress Third Row: Colwell, Cometto, Cook, Cooper, Costanza, Cox, Crites, Currey, Daugherty, DeWalt Fourth, Row: Dixon, Dotson, Ebel, Eberhardt, Elson, Erickson, Gee, Gerber, Glover, Grant Fiftlt Row: Green, Gross, Guenzi, Hall, Hart, Hettinger, Holst, Hursh, Jenks, Johnson Elementary Club The Elementary Club was ,or- ganized on the campus of the Colo- rado State College of Education in the fall of 1935. It was formerly the Kindergarten and the Inter- mediate Clnb. The purpose of the clnb is to promote professional spirit and friendship among its members. OFFICERS President - - Millicent Glover Vice-President - Geraldine Barker Secretary, - - Adalyn Costanza Treasurer - - Dorothy Brenn Social Secretary ----- - - - - - Myrtle Conradson Publicity Chairman - - - - - - - - - Lena Alberico Historian - Mary Jane Burbridge Faculty Advisers ----- Dr. Annie McCoWen, Miss Maridel Rudd STUDENT MEMBERS Lena Alberico Arline Amick Opal Anderson Elnora Arneson Katherine Ayres Frances Baab Irene Bailey Helen Bakken Geraldine Barker Vernald Barnhart Nancy Baum Barbara Bausman Anna Mary Bell Ruby Bell Alice Berger Leona Birchett Mrs. Boote ' Margery Bower Dorothy Brenn Frances Bridwell Dorothy Brook Geneva Brown Mary Jane Burbridge Grace Bush Frances Chamberlain Nonna Dee Childress Barbara Colwell Della Cometto Genevieve Cook Amey Cooper Adalyn Costanza Virginia Cox Frances Crites Lennie Cummings Dorothy Currey Gladys Daugherty Velma DeWalt Dorothy ' Dixon Maud Dotson Katherine Ebel Marjorie Eberhart Vivian Elson Frances Erickson Ruth Fern Erickson Mary Gee Sadi Gerber Emily Mae Glass Millicent Glover Laurene Grant Phyllis Green Virginia Gross Dorothy Guenzi Iva Hall Helen Hart Enna Hess Lydia Hettinger Alice Holst Emma Hursh Janet Jenks Eleanor Johnson Marguerite Johnson Clara Jane Jones Bonnie Simmons Top Row: Jones, C., Jones, P., Kamau, Koeneke, Kurtz, Lett, Manchester, Mason, Mans Second Row: Martin, Meehan, Miles, Miner, Molgard, Mumaugh, Nero, Norman, Orman, Parker Third Row: Pierce, D., Pierce, E., Power, Pryor, Palumbo, Randleman, Reese, Reid, Richards, Riche Fourth Row: Rinehart, Robinson, Roller, Sandefur, Scheid, Sigman, Simmons, Smith, Tanner, Te Grotenius Fifth Row: Templin, Tormey, Tripp, Varian, Walker, West, Williams, Wilson, E., Wil- son, M., Worden Edith Shelby Zelda Sigman Rosemary Tripp Edith Varian . Florence Walker Lillian Walker Elemental' Club STUDENT MEMBERS Pearl Jones Anee Kamau Hilda Koeneke Effie Kurtz Pearl Lett Elsie Manchester Vera Mason Alberta Mans Mamie McCorkindale Phyllis Martin Patricia Meehan Gladys Miles Maribelle Miner Betty Molgard Jean Mumaugh Frances Nelson Marjorie Nelson Geneva Nero Iona Norman Frances Orman Mary Oyler Marjorie Parker Dorothy Pierce Ethelyn Pierce Forresta Power Frances Pryor Leona Palumbo Louise Randleman Helen Reese ' Dorothy Reid Blanche Richards Mary Riche Helen Rinehart June Robinson Edna Roller Thelma Sandefur Bertha Scheid Mildred Schmidt Ida Smith Rose Tanner Abbie Lee Taylor Dena Te Grotenius Elaine Templin Gladys Wallace LaVon West Phyllis Williams Elinor Wilson Imogene Wilson Marian Wilson Naomi Worden Esther Thorp Virginia Tormey FACULTY MEMBERS Mrs. Helen Blough Miss Genevieve - Lyford Dr. Helen Davis Miss Lucy Miss Lucile Harrison Rosenqulst Miss Floss Ann Miss Elizabeth Lehr Turner J. ' " E , Qjfgagi 151 2 Top Row: Anderson, Balch, Baller, Beisel, Benson, Berger, Boyd Second Row: Bratton, Brooks, Bullock, Bush, Caldwell, Carter, Cicmanec, Curuow Third Row: Dawson, Dempsey, Dillon, Doane, Emery, Fiscus, Gallavan, Gossett, Hamil- ton, Hansen Fourth Row: Harrod, Henderson, Hieber, Hollins, Holloway, Jones, Juilfs, Lord Lorimor, Lunn Fifth Row: Menefee, Moore, D., Moore, L.,, Morgan, Northup, Parker, Pearson, Peck Pickell, Plummer The English Club STUDENT MEMBWS The purpose of the English Club is to promote literary activity ou the campus, to bring people of note in the fielcl of literature be- fore its members, rmcl to provide ci closer medium of Contact between the Sfl'!,LCZ67LtS cmd their major pro- fessors. OFFICERS President - - - Frances Yoder Vice-President - Donald Brooks Secretary - - - Dorothy Fiscus Treasurer - - Lydia Cicmanec Faculty Adviser ----- - - - Miss Josephine Hawes Emma Lou Anderson Charlotte Balch Margery Baller Martha Beisel Carl Benson Juanita Berger Elda Bowersox Clarence Boyd Florence Bratton Donald Brooks Evelyn Bullock Bill Burke Solomon Bush Jane Caldwell Margaret Carrari Betty Carter Lydia Cicmanec Carolyn Crowder Margery Curnow Virginia Dawson Mary Jo Dempsey Dorothy Dillon Betty June Doane Shirley Dublin Les Emery R. E. Finney Dorothy Fiscus Hattie Fowler Bess Gallavan George Gilmore Barbara Gossett Robei ta Graham Virginia Hamilton Claude Hansen Shirley Harrod Freda Henderson Lucille Hieber Thelma Hollins Fern Holloway Dorothy Hood Phylabe Houston Doreen Jones Marian Juilfs Marguerite Kind Theresa Lawless Natalie Lord Edith Loriiner Ruth Lnnn Gerald McLaughlin Pattie Menetee Virginia Millard Dorothy Moore Laura Moore Lavinia Morgan Lotys Northup Frances Orman Bruce Parker Darle Pearson Dorothy Peck Dorothy Peterson Edna Picl-:ell Lois Plummer r 1 Top Row: Poe, Ray, Renshaw, Reynolds, Rigby Second Row: Ross, Sample, Schmeeckle, Schoberlin, Scovel, Seitz, Sheridan Third Row: Shew, Smith, C., Smith, Ed., Smith, E., Sorenson, Southard, Spear, Stafford Fourth Row: Stahl, Starkey, Stone, Stuart, Sullivan, Thomas, Tikkanen, Timothy, Trezise, Twist Fifth, Row: Van Dyke, Van Eman, Vitian, Ward, L., Ward, R., Welch, Widlund, Williams, Williamson, Yoder The English lub STUDENT MEMBERS Minnie Poe Geraldine Poquette LaVerne Powers Ima Ray Florence Reed Dorothy Renshaw Jean Reynolds Price Rigby Harry Ross Dorothy Rowe Lynn Sample Mary Louise Shank Leone Schmeeckle Melvin Schoberlin Gertrude Scovel Bernice Sechrist Margaret Seelinger Helen Seitz Shirley Sheridan Thelma. Shew Chester Smith Edwin Smith Eunice Smith Mildred Snedigar Mary Lou Sorenson Mary Alyse Southard Dorothy Spear Helen Stafford . Herbert Stahl Betty Starkey Sidney Stone Opal Stuart Riley Sullivan Ruby Sullivan Dale Swinscoe Dorothy Thomas Mary Jane Thomas Stella Tigges Ann Tikkanen Virginia Timothy Laveta Trezise Betty Twist Tessibel Van Dyke Winifred Van Eman LaVetta Vifian Leslie Ward Ruby Vvarrl Mary Beth Watson Wayne Welch Robert Widlund Grace YVilliams WRl'1'6H Williamson Frances Yoder FACULTY MEMBERS Elizabeth Carney Leslie R. Lindon Dr. E. A. Cross Florence Meyer Josephine Hawes Francis Shoemaker 153 1.1 Lf., L l " w J -in Q,sa"' I ZQ'f5:L'rf . ' F - 15 4 Top Row: Adcock, Addington, Adolf, Black, Cecil, Christensen Second Row: Conant, Cook, Davis, Dickson, Fei-man, Fripp, Fritschel Third Row: Glover, Griest, C., Griest, H., Guyton, Harris, Heckart, Holland, Kalach Klein Fourth Row: Lunn, H. R., Lunn, M., Manchester, McCumber, McKenna, Mcliibbon, Meyer, Miles, Nichols, Phillips Fifth Row: Plummer, Sage, Sall, Schramlnel, Stice, Vrooman, Ward, Werner, Wickstrom, independent Club The Independent Club was or- ganized on this campus during the fall quarter, 1935. Its aims are to promote a spirit of co-operation and friendship among the incle- pendent students and to perpetu- ate the icleals of unity, character, service, culture, and fellowship. In carrying out these aims, the club meets bi-monthly. OFFICERS President - - - Harold Adcock Vice-President - - - Bill Sage Secretary - - - Myrna Holland Treasurer - - Virginia Harris Business Manager - Leslie Ward Faculty Adviser 4 ---- - - - - - - John Henry Shaw Wilson STUDENT MEMBERS Harold Adcock Evelyn Addington Leona Adolf Etta Black Mary Cecil Florence Christensen Homer Conant I Genevieve Cook Roda Davis Marjorie Dickson Charles Ferinan Elizabeth Fripp Arthur Fritschel Millicent Glover Charles Griest Howard Griest Gertrude Guyton Virginia Harris Bernita Heckart Helen Holland Myrna Holland Elizabeth Jensen Shirley Kalach Edwin Klein Hilda Ruth Lunn Margaret Lunn Elsie Manchester Phillis McCumber Ruby McKenna Helen McKibbo11 Carl Meyer Gladys Miles Orlo Naugle Herbert Nichols Beatrice Phillips Lois Plummer Bill Sage Melvin Sall Ella Ann Schrammel Harold Skinner Evelyn Stice Eunice Vrooman Leslie Ward David WGl'H6l' Loreda Wickstrom Elinor Wilsoii Top Row: Breeden, Conant, Corey, Crozier, Drummond X Second Row: Guenzi, A., Hamlow, Harryman, Hill, Kattner, Kiser, Massard Thfirci Row: Mathes, McKenna, Scott, Smith, Stahl, Swanson, C., Swanson, E., Thompson The Mathematics Club The purpose of the Mathematics Club is to establish a closer social relationship between members, and to create interest in the field of mathematics. OFFICERS President - Wilbur' Kattner Secretary - - Margaret Hill Treasurer - - Raymond Kiser Faculty Adviser ----- STUDENT MEMBERS Van Beebout Leo Breeden Homer Conant Martha Corey Don Crow Bob Crozier Wendell Drummond Mary Eakin Albina Guenzi D. C. Hamlow Maxine Harryman John Hart Margaret Hill Wilbur Kattner Ray Kiser Nina Massard George Mathes Ruby McKenna Charles Scott Shirley Sheridan Harold Skinner Oarle Smith George Stahl Clarence Swanson Ellen Swanson Harold Thompson FACULTY MEMBERS - - - - - Mr. G. W. Finley Dr. A. E. Mallory Mr. G. W. Finley fp-,.. -"""'- ' ' Q --Xu -' ,Bs i- i , 1 , .--A .. y gr- ., -f uve, f ' . 7 ,Y 'Ti Y Y Y Y 56 Top Row: Anderson, Bartlett, Boomer, Countrayman, Dawson, DeVotie Second Row: Foust, Gelder, Hallinan, Hammond, Johnson, Merten, Nelson, Perrin Third Row: Petranovich, Pitchford, Timothy, Utter, Westbrook, Williams, Wright Zimmerman The Boosters Club Boosters Club was founcleal in the year 1927. Its purpose is to stimulate and promote campus ac- tivities and to sponsor such events as Boosters Carnival, Boosters Bright Lights, and an all-college danceg it attempts to keep a "Boost your college" spirit prevalent and to recognize outstanding students by giving an award on Insignia Day. OFFICERS President - - Mary Kay Perrin Vice-President - Harvey Gelder Secretary - - - Leota Dawson Treasurer - Winifred Anderson Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - Miss Georgia Moore STUDENT MEMBERS Winifred Anderson Bob Bartlett Jack Boomer Barbara Countrayma.n Leota Dawson Margaret DeVotie Van English Betty Foust Harvey Gelder Ralph Hallinau Helen Hammond Frances Johnson Margery Merten Clyde Nelson Helen Nelson Mary Kay Perrin Adam Petranovich Dudley Pitchford Kay Switzer John Tegnell Bob Timothy Maxine Utter Luella Westbrook Grace Williams Douglas W1'ight Ruth Ann Zimmerman ., , . wg,-1 nn., ,v. ...FH ,-,-.-.--mg -- - --- -- Top Row: Alberico, Brenn, Costanza, Cullen, D'An1at0, Elson, Erixon, Espinoza Second Row: Ferrero, Gholson, Goddard, Gomez, Haefeli, Hammond, Kenny, Lopez Third Row: McCall, Meden,ARicl1e, Smith, Starkey, Stout, Sullivan, Wernsman The Newman Club The Newman Club was first founded in the United States in the University of Pennsylvania in 18.93, and was named after its patron, Cardinal Newman. It was installed on the campus of the Colorado State College of Educa- tion in 1925. The purposes of the club are social, spiritual and in- tellectual. The aim of the club is to make college Catholic students better acquainted with one anoth- er and create an interest in theol- ogy. OFFICERS President - - - Riley Sullivan Vice-President - Dorothy Brenn Secretary - - - Frances Cullen Treasurer - - Adalyn Costanza Publicity Chairman - Joe I-Iaefeli Faculty Advisers ----- Dr. Margaret Mulroney, Miss Margaret Blackburn. - STUDENT MEMBERS Lena Alberico Loretta Armstrong Do1'otl1y Brenn Ann Brothers Della Cometto Adalyn Costanza Frances Cullen Pete D'Amato Dorothy Ann Dixon Vivian Elson Marguerite Erixon Christina Espinoza Mary Ferrero Mary Gholson Madelene Goddard Helen Gomez Joe Haefeli Ruth Hanson John Hammond FACULT Miss Margaret Blackburn PATRON S AND Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bush Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Delaney Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCourt Elaine Jacoe Winifred Kenney Bempie Lopez Mildred McCall Richard McCourt Parnell McLaughlin Frank Maroit Alberta Meden Anne Oakley Delfie Roybal Mary Riche Eileen Smith Fred Spallone Blanche Springer Betty Starkey Loretta Marie Stout Riley Sullivan Mildred VV6l'l1SU1B.l'l Y MEMBERS Dr. Margaret Mulroney PATRONESSES Mrs. Stella Starkey Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stiverson Mr. and Mrs. Coid Taylor 157 ' 41" . I '- li .. i . -,. A-Y, wb,-'rv - 58 Top Row: Akers, Anderson, Bell, A. Second Row: Bell, T., Burbridge, Conant, Cook, Countrayman Third Row: Crow, Crozier, Curry, Ewers, Garrison, Greene, Guenzi, A. Fourth Row: Guenzi, D., Hamlin, Hard, Hoff, Hunter, Kattner, Kiser, Lohse The Science Club The purpose of the Science Club is to promote Cl, spirit of fellowship and co-operation between the mein- bers of the different branches of science, to foster on attitude of unprejudiced truth seeking, and to keep in touch with the modern scientific clevelopinents. OFFICERS President - - Wilbur Kattner' Vice-President - William Garrison Secretary - Kathryn Andersen Treasurer - - Eugene Martin Publicity Mgr. - William Lohse Faculty Adviser - , ---- - - - - Mr. Donald Decker STUDENT MEMBERS Fern Akers Kathryn Andersen Elnora Arneson Vance Beebout Anna Mary Bell Theodore Bell Virginia Burbridge Harold Carlson Homer Conant Genevieve Cook Lester Cook Barbara Countrayman Don Crow Katherine Crowder Bob Crozier Vernell Curry Ava Douglas Chris Dybdahl Ruth Fern Erickson Beatrice Ewers William Garrison Dewey Greene Albina Guenzi Dorothy Guenzi George Hamlin Harry Hard Ira Hoff Alice Holst Max Hunter Clinton Johnson Nancy Jones Wilbur Kattner Raymond Kiser Jessie Latham William Lohse 4' , ie 7 Qrffp 1 ' " I 4- . -' ff' . 11? ,-Q :-sp . , ' 11 1 1 ,A V Q I . , 1 . ,:' 1 1 I1 , , 5- 14's-,wfglpiuwrv u- ,-. lm - 1 Y 7,5 Y Y Y N ' 1 1 'J 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 n 1 1 I1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1- , 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , 111 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 Top Row: Lunn, H., Martin, Massard 1' I ' 1 1 Second Row: McCumber, McKenna, Mercer, D., Miller, Nichols . 1 ' Third Row: Reynolds, Scott, Seawell, Sherrill, Shook, Skinner, Stamper .1 1 1 ' Fourth Row: Stice, Swanson, C., Swanson, E., Swanson, L., Wagner, Werner, Wilson, 1 1 Q 1 WOOCIS A 1 , 1 H 1, 1 1 1 11 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 , 1 . The cience Club 1111 N 1 1 1 STUDENT MEMBERS 1 1 Hilda Ruth Lunn Beatrice Sherrill '1 1 Norris Shook . Harold Skinner 1 Lenora Skinner 1 Edwin Smith Maynard Stamper 1 1 Eugene Martin Nina Massarcl Phyllis McCumber John McG1othlan Ruby McKenna Dean Me1'cer Franklin Mercer Carl Miller Jean Mumangh Herbert Nichols Leonard Peavy Violet Reynolds Fred Roukema. Charles Scott Kenneth Seawell Evelyn Stice 1 Clarence Swanson Ellen Swanson Lois Swanson Kenneth Tegtman Frances Te Maat Vincent Te Maat Velma Wagner David Werner Eli11or Wilson Helen Woods ,1 1 1 1 FACULTY MEMBERS 1 1 Mr. Don Barnard Dr. F. C. Jean 1 1 Mr. Donald Decker Gretchen McClaskey 1 Dr. E. C. Harrah Edith M. Selberg 1 1 159 LM1 giag-an 121511-4' ' il ,ll W 2 I r Q 5 h I W v 1 1 ra 'A w b t . ,V P I l 1 4 V I T V-, 1 -HL ,..., Y-4""!,., itll ' f ,arf 6' Top Row: Anderson, Barker, Baudino, Benway, Brothers, Brown, Cheramy, Cicmanec Second Row: Clark, Cole, D8M31'Y, DeVotie, Dixon, Fiscus, Foust, Frazier, Fullerton, Grebner Third Row: Harbert, Hill, Holst, Holtorf, Johnson, Keefer, Keiser, Kleominis, Krieger, Lord Fourth Row: Lubers, McDonnell, McElwain, McKenna, Meehan, Parker, Petschauer, Powell, Roukema, Sandefur Fifth Row: Shew, Smiley, Starkey, Stewart, Stroll, Sullivan, Tanner, Thompson, Turner, Wickham The Tharsay lub The purpose of the Tharsay Club is to further good sportsman- ship on this campus. "Tharsay," the Greek word for "enthusiasm," is well displayed by its gaylfy uni- formed members who support the athletic 'ventures of Colorado State College of Education. OFFICERS President - - - Betty Starkey Vice-President - - - - - - - - - Lydia Ann Cicmanec Secretary - - - Ann Brothers Treasurer - - 'Dorothy Fiscus Faculty Adviser ----- - - - Mrs. Helen Spaulding STUDENT MEMBERS Phyllis Anderson Geraldine Barker Alma Baudino Patience Benway Ann Brothers Edna Brown Frances Chamberlin Ruth Cheramy Lydia Ann Cicmanec Gene Clark Lois Cole Nancy Conover Genevieve Crook Margaret DeVotie Evelyn DeMary Dorothy Dixon Helen Erickson Betty Foust Dorothy Fiscus Wilma Frazier Gertrude Fulleton Eunice Grebner Maude Harbert Marybeth Hill Alice Holst Helen Holtorf Alice Johnson Faithe Keefer Gladys Keiser Dorothy Kleominis Dorothy Krieger Pauline Lubers Natalie Lord Jewel McDonnell Eileen McElwain Ruby McKenna Patricia Meehan Marjorie Parker Phyllis Petschauer Catherine Powell Dorothy Roukema Thelma Sandefur Thelma Shew Alma Smiley Betty Starkey Irene Stroh Betty Stewart Vivienne Sullivan Rose Tanner Isabella Thompson Gertrude Turner Fanny Venturi Stella Wanczyk Elizabeth Wiclrliam Top Row: Baker, Barker, Brothers, Cronbaugh Second Row: DeMa1'y, Eaton, Erixon, Foster, Harryman, Jenks, Johnson Third Row: Keiser, Kleomenis, Lancaster, Lawheacl, Linger, Loewenstein, Lundin Metsker, D., Metsker, V. Fourth Row: Reese, Roller, Scliober, Severance, Sheiffer, Sigman, Sullivan, Sunderlin, Westbrook Womens Athletic Association W. A. A. was first organized on this campus by the Head of the Physical Education Department, Jean Cape, in the 'year 1923. Since that time it has steadily grown and accomplished many worth- while tasks. The purpose of the W. A. A. is to promote intramilrals, create or develop leadership, sportsmanship, and a feeling of co-operation among the girls on this campus. OFFICERS President - Margaret Anne Linger Vice-President - Eleanor Westcott Secretary - - - Marie Baker Treasurer - - - Violet Metsker Faculty Adviser ----- - - - Mrs. Helen Spaulding STUDENT MEMBERS Marie Baker Ardell Barker Anne Brothers Louise Cronbaugh Evelyn DeMary Hazel Eaton Marguerite Erixon Morrine Foster Lucy Gibson Miriam Hart Maxine Harryman Janet Jenks Alice Johnson Emma Mae Keiser Dorothy Kleomenis Mariain Lancaster Dorothy Lawhead Margaret Linger Josephine Loewenstein Lois Lunclin Daisy Metsker Violet Metsker Helen Reese Edna Roller Dorothy Schober Kay Severance Esther Sheiffer Zelda Sigman Vivienne Sullivan Doris, Sunderlin Margaret Venovich Luella XVestbrook Eleanor Westcott 61 'Sf 217 Aim -A x.-9-L N L :.,.kri"'i ,"K',45- - , .4-f:f.ssg5r':3 A-an lr eg,-a , fn ' ,, , 2r..,,-,.-,,, -,, ,AX Top Row: Abrams, A1 lldBfS6l1, Baab, Beisel, Bishop, Brenn, Brooks, Brunkhardt Second Row: Brunner, Burbridge, Burchett, Chenoweth, Cicmanec, Cole, Colwell, Con- radson, Cook, Craig, Daugherty Third Roto: Eckhardt, Erickson, Evans, Fallis, Farmer, Ferrero, Foard, France, Frazier, Fripp, Gee Fourth Row: Gibbs, Glover, Goddard, Goetzel, Grant, Green, Hall, Hampton, Harbert, Hart, Hettinger Fifth, Row: Hibbs, Hill, Hofen, Holloway, Howell, Hughes, Hurt, James, Juilfs, Kamau, Y.W. . . The purpose of this organiza- tion is, to unite the girls together in the desire to realize full und creative life through a, growing knowledge of God. OFFICERS President - - - Jean Reynolds Vice-President - Carolyn Crowder Secretary -l - Elizabeth Owens Treasurer - - Fern Holloway Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - - Dr. Grace Wilson Keyrnel STUDENT MEMBERS Norma Abrams Fern Akers Kahtryn Andersen Opal Anderson Fay Anderies Mildred Baab Marjorie Baker Louise Balmer Faithe Bartlett Marguerite Beach Elaine Becker Martha Beisel Yvonne Bishop Dorothy Brenn Bonnie Brooks Bertha Brunkhardt Hattie Brunner Virginia Burbridge Leona Burchett Ruth Chenoweth Lydia Cicmanec Lois Cole Barbara Colwell Margaret Conover Nancy Conover Myrtle Conradson Genevieve Cook Ruth Craig Caroline Crow Carolyn Crowder Gladys Daugherty Margaret DeVotie Margaret Dunn Dorothy Eckhardt Frances Elliott Ruth Erickson Marcia Evans Alice Fallis Verna Falzgraf Ada Farmer Mary Ferrero Ruth Foard Anna France Wilma Frazier Margaret French Elizabeth Fripp Emogene Gaddis Mary Gee Mary Gholson Marjorie Gibbs Millicent Glover Madeline Goddard Mary Goetzel Laurene Grant Phyllis Green Miriam Greer Virginia Griffith Mary Grothe Iva Hall Luella Hampton Top Row: Koeneke, Kurtz, Linville, Lord, Lunn, H., Massard, McElwain, McTaggart, Mumaugh, Niles Second Row: Nuernberger, Opdale, Osborne. Owen, C., Owen. M., Owens, Padfield, Peterson, J., Peterson, L., Pickell, Plummer Third Row: Pool, Power, Ray, Renshaw, Reynolds, Rothrock, Roukema, Saul, Scheid, Schneider, Scovel Fourth Row: Seitz, Shambeau, Sherrill, Smith, Southard, Sparks, Stoner, Stream, Stuart, Sutter, Swanson Fifth, Row: Tanner, Thomas, Thompson, 'Trezise, Warner, Watt, VVelch, Williams, F., Williams, P., Wright, Yost STUDENT MEMBERS Maude Harbert Mabel Harman Shirley Harrod Helen Hart Marjorie I-Iaukaas Lydia Hettinger Bernetta Hartman Maxine I-Iibbs Margaret Hill Louise Hofen Myrna Holland Fern Holloway Virginia Howell Dorothy Hughes Dorothy Hurt Marjorie Jack Ruth James Marjorie Jobe Marian .Tuilfs Mary Kadleck Anee Kamau Mary Kerr Milclred Kerr Ava Keymel Dorothy Kleomenis Hilda Koeneke Charlma Kurtz Mary Linville Natalie Lord Hilda Ruth Lunn Nina Massard Eileen McElwain Harriett McTaggart Margery Merten Jean Mumaugh Rhoda Nelson Marguerite Niles Laura Nuernberger Alice Opdale Cleo Osborne Corabelle Owen Mary Owen Elizabeth Owens Mary Padfield Dorothy Peck June Peterson Leona Peterson Edna Pickell Lois Plummer Jean Pool Geraldine Poquette Forresta. Power Margaret Powers Velma Pricer Dorothy Ray Dorothy Reid Dorothy Renshaw Jean Reynolds Edna Roller Jessie Rothroek Dorothy Roukema Alice Rowe Laurine Saul Bertha Scheid Helen Schneider Elaine Scoulder Gertrude Scovel Helen Seitz Dolly Shambeau Beatrice Sherrill Marjory Smith Ida Smith Mary 'Southarcl Gertrude Sparks Fern Spencer Florence Stoner Kathryn Stream Opal Stuart Carol Sutter Ellen Swanson Rose Tanner Minnabeth Thomas Mildred Thompson Ann Tikkanen Stella Tigges LaVeta Trezise Anna Warner Della Watt Edna Welch Flossie Williams Phyllis Williams Josephine Wolfe Eleanor Wright Jean Shellhart Ruth Yost PATRONESSES Maridel Rudd Mrs. L. T. Reynolds ,Q--1 , ,K-I , 1 aieffftf 6' Top Row: Addington, C., Addington, E., Adolf, Anderson, Barker, Bauder, Baudino Becker, Bishop ' Second Row: Bluhm, Brook, Brunkhardt, Blush, Christensen, Cline, Crane, Davis DeHaven Third Row: Dickson, Diedrick, Dixon, Dorsey, Espinoza, Evans, Foard, France, Frazier Fourth Row: Fulleton, Grebuer, Gutfelder, Hass, Hackler, Harbert, Heitman, Hibbs Holst The WCW STUDENT MEMBERS 1 1 The purpose of the County Cur- riculum Club is to bring about as- sociation of students, to promote professional spirit and co-opera- tion, to promote the interests of the field of rural education, and to advance the social and recrea- tional interests of the members of the club. OFFICERS President - - Pauline Lubers First Vice-President ---- - - - - - - Leona Adolf Second Vice-Presipent - - - - - - - Thelma Sandefur Secretary - - Mary LaShe11 Treasurer - - Maude Harbert Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - - W. H. Hargrove' Clarebeth Addington Evelyn Addington Leona Adolf Marie Anderson Bernico Barfoot Ardell Barker Betty Bauder Alma Baudino Elaine Becker Agnes Bishop Ruby Bluhm Dorothy Brook Bertha Brunkhardt Grace Bush Florence Christensen Ina Cline Rowena Crane Rhoda Davis Louise DeHaven Marjorie Dickson Delene Diedrich Dorothy Dixon Oneta Dorsey Christina Espinoza Marcia Evans Ruth Foard Anna France Wilma Frazier Gertrude Fulletou Eunice Grebner Loretta Gutfelder Bertha Hass Dorothy Hackler Margaret Harbert Maude Harbert Vivian Heitman Maxine Hibbs Alice Hoist , ,..44v M .. ,- - l 1, . ,, 2 -Q: v1-Yiw . 3454.-gg! , . . i rea rnsggigg qw. - ... ,T ,M YKV- I T011 Row: Hughes, Kimler, Knutson, LaShe11, Leech, Linville, Lubers, McDonnell McWilliams Second Row: Nelson, Petschauer, Phillips, Plumb, Ray, D., Ray, I., Reeves Root Roukema Thwd Row: Sandefur, Sawyer, Schranimel, Schuler, Sergeant, Steige, Stewart Stonei Stout - Fouvth Row: Stringer, Surber, Tikkanen, Trammel, Vrooman, Ward, Warnei Williams Woods The Tri MCP, Club Dorothy Hughes Eunice Ketchum Kathryn Klmler Ruby Knutson Mary LaShel1 Berdina Leech Mary Linville Marion Lohoff Pauline Lube1's Roderick MacLennan Jewell McDonnell Clestine McWilliams Helen Nelson Phyllis Petschauer STUDENT MEMBERS Beatrice Phillips Charlotte Plumb Dorothy Ray Ima Ray Florence Reeves Elma Root Dorothy Roukeina Delfie Roybal Thelma Sandefur Helen Sawyer Ella Schrammel Emilie Schuler Gladys Seilaff Muriel Sergeant Gertrude Sly Erna Steige Elizabeth Stewart Florence Stoner Loretta Stout Della Stringer Ruby Surber Ann Tikkanen Dorothy Thomas Jean Trammell Eunice Vrooman Ruth Ward Ann Wa1'11e1' Flossie XVillia1ns Helen Woods . 1, 1, . -Q 1 fu. V-':.. fu' -rm.. l 'i1'5w:"f:"53i-lf' ea' , "Se,-1-1-f' ' 166' 'Qu Top Row: Beisel, Juilfs, McLaughlin, Menefee Second Row: Pryor, Reynolds, Selioberlin, Twist, Wilson The College Poetry Society of America The College Poetry Society of America was founded by Robert Hillyer at Harvard University in 1.929 to encourage the creation and appreciation of poetry among the students ancl faculty of American universities and colleges. Colo- rado-Beta Chapter was installed on the campus in May, 1937. OFFICERS President - - Melvin Schoberlin Vice-President - - Leon Bush Secretary - - Pattie Menefee Treasurer - Gerald McLaughlin Corresponding Secretary - - - - - - - - --Betty Twist Faculty Adviser ---- - - - - - Leslie Dae Lindon STUDENT MEMBERS Mary Akers Martha. Beisel Catherine McC1eary Gerald McLaughlin Pattie Menefee Leon Bush Frances Pryor Claudia Capps Jean Reynolds Ester Eaton I Melvin Schoberlin Mabel Harman Betty Twist Marion Juilfs Grayson Wade Eleanor Lucky Marion Wilson FACULTY MEMBERS Elizabeth Carney Leslie Dae Linclou EQIMSQA-. 3- ' Havxgv- -4m--gvgz,!x-f-',,ge.-L-"-'L- Y ehlfxf ff -'-- P-if -1-'Z f ----'F' 1-wrt ' .. 3322 I . ' QP" ,,':w - ',ge,.-,--- . .- ....-,, Top Row: Amicarella, Breeden, Doherty, Dransfeldt, Drummond, Duggan Second Row: Farnum, 1111ette, Halliuan, Harcleroad, Hecomovich, Holroyd Third Row: Kraemer, Marsh, Martin, Mathes, McLaughlin, Moewes, Petranovich, Powers Fourth, Row: Rehwoldt, Robertson, Ryde, Sage, Schoen, Speckmann, Starr, Thorne, Weidner GCC99 STUDENT MEMBERS Henry Amicarella George Mathes Frank Barnhardt Gerald McLaughlin - The "C" Club came into exist- ence when the letter was changed with the name of the college in 1934. Its purpose is to promote interest and good sportsmanship among the athletes of this school and its competitors in intercolleg- iate athletics. OFFICERS President - - - Harvey Gelder Vice-President - Frank Barnhardt Treasurer - - Estil Robertson Secretary ---- Elliott Rose Faculty Advisers ----- Coaches J. W. Hancock, Pete Brown, J. S. Doubenmier' Darrel Blake Leo Breeden Leonard Campqbell Elmo Cromer Tom Doherty Marcel Dransfeldt Tom Drew Wendell Drummond Bob Duggan Jacque Farnum ' Harvey Gelder Eugene Gullette Ralph Hallinan Fred Harcleroad John Hecomovich Edward Holroyd Ernest Kraemer William Marsh Eugene Martin Frank Mercer Harold Moewes Vernon Pearce Leonard Peavy Adam Petranovich Charles Point E. Powers Herman Rellwoldt Estil ,Robertson Beryl Rose Elliott Rose Ryde Randall Bill Sage Walt Schoen John Schrant Walt Speckmann Mike Starr Don Thorne Bill Weidner Luther White FACULTY MEMBERS Peter Brown J. S. Doubeumier J. VV. Hancock 67 ,.a7'w- ' 68 Top Row: Aniicarella, Baker, Breeden, Campbell, DeMary, Doherty Second Row: Dransfeldt, Duggan, Foster, Gelder, Hallinan, Harclercad, Harryman, Hecomovicli Third Row: Holroyd, Johnson, A., Johnson, C., Keiter, Keiser, E., Keiser, G., Kleomenis, Kraemer, Lawhead Fourth Row: Linger, Loewenstein, Lnndin, Martin, Metsker, Moewes, Morgan, Petra- novich, Powers, Rehwoldt Fifth Row: Robertson, Ryde, Sage, Severance, Sheiffer, Speckmann, Sullivan, TeMatt, Thorne, Weidner Physical Education Association The Physical Education Asso- ciation was originally an organi- zation for the Women Physical Education Majors. A great acl- 'vanceinent was inacle this year when the organization became co- educational. The purpose of this organization is to further the social development of all Physical Education majors and ininors. OFFICERS President - - Esther Sheiffer Vice-Pres. - Henry Amicarella Secretary - - - Marie Baker Treasurer - - Evelyn DeMary Faculty Advisers ----- Miss Jean Cave, Mr. Percy C. Clapp STUDENT MEMBERS Henry Amicarella Marie Baker - Agnes Aust Frank Barnhart Kathleen Beckner Thelma Beggs Friend Blauer Janet Bohn Leo Breeden Louis Campbell Evelyn DeMary Tom Doherty Marcel Dransfeldt Tom Drew Bob Duggan Morrine Foster Gilbert Funk Harvey Gelder Lucy Gibson Ralph Hallinan Fred Harcleroad Maxine Harryman John Hecomovitch Ed Holroyd Alice Johnson Clinton Johnson Jesse Keiffer Emma Mae Keiser Gladys Keiser Walter Kelimoff Dorothy Kleomenis Ernest Kraemer Dorothy Lawhead Margaret Linger Jo. Loewenstein Betty Lowery Jo. Lowery Lois Lnndin Gene Martin Gerald McLaughlin Frank Mercer Daisy Metsker Violet Metsker Harold Moewes Don Morgan Vernon Pearce Leonard Peavy Adam Petranovitch Ed Powers Margaret Reed Herman Rehwoldt Estil Robertson Elliott Rose Randall Ryde Bill Sage Kay Severance Esther Sheiffer Walt Speckmann John Schrant Viviene Sullivan Frances TeMatt Vincent TeMatt Don Thorne Queenabelle Walton Bill Weidner' Eleanor Westcott 0 J h ,.,v-'. .Y " --a ig V vii-1 5 , ,. 3,5 1 I A' -A 1 55, ' 'CN' . 3 1 7- L, .., ,--...T.. VY ..---f - First Row: Beauvais, Berger, Bratton Second Row: Cullen, Curnow, Harris, Heckart, Moore Third Row: Nelson, Renshaw, Rosling, Spear, XVells, Wright Zimmerman The Z,Quisiamowir? Club The purpose of Quisiainowir? is to stimulate interest in the French, Spanish, Italian and Ger- man languages, to acquaint stu- dents with customs and literature of the countries represented, and to give actual practice in the use of the languages. OFFICERS President - Ruth Ann Zimmerman Vice-President - Helen Havenga Treasurer - - Florence Bratton Secretary - - Virginia Harris Publicity Chairman ---- - - - - Jean Bourdonniere Membership Chairman - - - - - - - - - Dorothy Spear Faculty Advisers ----- Dr. Margaret Mulroney, Mrs. Catherine Gibert, Miss Helen Zahnen STUDENT MEMBERS Edward Beauvais Juanita Berger Jean Bourclonniere Florence Bratton Caroline Crowder Frances Cullen Margery Curnow Bruce Graham Virginia Harris Helen Havenga Bernita Heckart Teresa Lawless Laura Louise Moore Helen Nelson Dorothy Renshaw Gale Rosling Clemma Ross Jacob Schlegel Bernice Sechrist Dorothy Spear Rose Velder Leon Wells Armin Wiebke Kenneth Wood Eleanor Wright Ruth Ann Zimmerman 1 i 1 l t fl it il M l in l p il N 1 l l l l l 1 ' 1 i R i l v i i Q 1 . , g ,i f f :,r- , ' .fQvf'9'l 7 Ali MM fl 1 l'f'! I I is 1 ' x w l l, l i, i r sg fe l I fi' l 1 3, li , 1 1' l l l l l l -' 'l n I: ' lil g l i l 4 fl l W xg!! l o 'w i 16.9 1,1 wifi, ' '5 ,Mif fm "V,-"First Row: Richard, McGlotl1lan, Easterday, Graham, Harrah, Garver, Mr. Cline, Smiley Lunn, M., Carrari, Farnum, Crowder, Howell If Second Roio: Sparks, Meclen, Phelps, Beagle, Peterson, M., Carter, Daugherty, Doty 17 ,x ffyf' Powars, Yotter, Conover, N., Peavy, Conover, M., Bauder f M, ffP5""T7Lird Row: McFarland, Davis, Piper, Powell, Ayle, Williams, McIntosh, Wallace , A V Loos, W., Morse, Reel 4 X " ff' !,.'f"' Fourth Row: Wisdom, Gilbe1't, Cook, Griffith, Lloyd, Peterson, G., Lotspeich, Herman ff ff ,0' ,Q I Henderson, Sonnenberg, Loos, J., Elling r f ff , ,7 ,eg f ll Ch ' ,lm ,I A Cappe a one Q 1fi9"I,7 ,ig f' ljlI"', e X fqf, It is the .purpose of the A ACAPPEI-I-A 4' Cappella Choir of C.S.C'.E. to pre- jx 7 sent and foster choral music on the college campus, and to develop a true appreciation of the art of choral singing among all students. Since the organization of the choir four years ago it has been one of the outstanding musical groups on the campus. They appear on many programs throughout the year, 'in- cluding broadcasts, and present an annual concert every spring. OFFICERS President - - - Lou Herman Vice-President and Business Manager - - - Len Morse Secretary - - - Frances Yoder Treasurer - - Dorothy Powars Librarians - - Warren Wisdom Clement Williams Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - - J. DeForest Cline Leon Ayle Elizabeth Bauder Lucille Beagle Margaret Carrari Betty Carter Herbert Clark Margaret Conover Nancy Conover Lester Cook Carolyn Crowder Katherine Crowder Gladys Daugherty Lewis Davis Lewis DeLong Eleanor Doty Virginia Easterday Emery Elling Arline Farnum Bernice Garver Sterling Gilbert Roberta Graham Donald Griffith James Grigsby Harry Harbaugh Nadine Harrah Bill Henderson Lou Herman Helen Holtorf Virginia Howell Willard Jaegar STUDENT NIEMBERS Glenn Johnson Robert Lloyd Jack Loos William Loos Alva Lotspeich Margaret Lunn Charles McFarland Elena McGlothlan Joy McGlothlan Harold Mclntosh Alberta Meden Len Morse Bruce Parker Inez Peavy Glenn Peterson Marian Peterson Marian Rose Phelps Raymer Piper Dorothy Powars Earl Powell Grant Reel Alma Smiley Arlo Sonnenberg Gertrude Sparks John Tegnell Lewis Wallace Clement Williams Warren Wisdom Frances Yoder Maxine Yotter First Row: Adcock, Arganbright, Guyton, Kurtz Second Row: Lunu, H. R., Murray, Templiu, Troxel, Wells The lnternational Relations Club The purpose of the Internation- al Relations Club is, by open dis- cussion, to develop better under- standing, on the part of the stu- dent, of the relations between the countries of the world and their cause and effect. It aims to foster an intelligent point of 'view of world affairs. OFFICERS President - - - Philip Legler Vice-President - Charlma Kurtz Secretary-Treasurer ---- - - - - - Hilda Ruth Lunn Faculty Advisers ----- Dr. O. M. Dickerson, Miss Lucy Rosenquist STUDENT MEMBERS Harold Adcock Margaret Arganbright Gertrude Guyton Elizabeth Henry Irene Johnson Charlma Kurtz Philip Legler Hilda Ruth Lunu Evelyn Murray Elaine Templin Oliver Troxel Leon Wells FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. O. M. Dickerson Miss Lucy L. Rosenquist ,nndzlifw r W 172 Top Row: Anderson, Bastian, Briggs, Davis Second Row: English, Ewers, Leach, Linger, Meehan, Nelson Third Row: Rinehart, Scouler, Skinner, Weinig, Worden, Westbrook, Williams The Pan-Hellenic Club The purpose of Pan-Hellenic is to establish standards of excellence along every line of sorority en- deavor, as an organization, as a factor in college, and as a force in the lives of undergraduate mein- bers. OFFICERS President - - - Vivian English Vice-President - - Mary Davis Secretary - - - Helen Nelson Treasurer - - - Elaine Scouler Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - - Dr. Grace Wilson STUDENT MEMBERS Winifred Anderson Jean Bastian Betty Briggs Mary Davis Vivian English Beatrice Ewers Bernarlina Leech Margaret Ann Linger Rose Markus Patricia Meehan Helen Nelson Helen Rinehart Elaine Scouler Ruth Skinner Naomi Worden Katherine Weinig Luella Westbrook Grace Williams FACULTY MEMBERS Mrs. Edith Gale Weibking Dr. Grace Wilson , , ' ' Yf ., ,:Q:',',, I , :yn 5,-- H " .'2z'QlY,Q.f::Z xi.. J. -'P-.,L::P" 2'-J! 3':af',,5rT w -- vnyz.-f ,il - ' . ps: - ' iiifiir' '. . 'f' ff "H ' ' ' X: .w- i.. . ,..- C ' ' 1 . . .h -1. - Fifth Row: Gray, Burg, Gibbs, Lohse, Elder, Elling, Lotspeich, Payne, Lanyon, Lunn, Griest, C., Karney 1 Fourtlz. Row: Benell, Fall, DeLong, Hamilton, Griest, H., Kellow, Rockley, Powell. Farnum, King, R. Third Row: Wisdom, Straight, Hosselkus, Suby, Van Dyke, Peavy, Conant, Powers, Roberts, Morse, Harbaugh Second Row: Brady, Vagner, Seelinger, Rehm, Grewell, Long, Piper, Bucher, Boyd Harris, G., Peterson First Row: J. DeForest Cline Cconductorj, Ferril, Smith, Fritchel, Williams, Maddux, Harris, G., Ayle, Stokes, Roy, Wilcox, Richards, James D. Finn CDrum Majorj Band The members of the Band of C.S.C.E. are called upon many times during the school year for the donation of their time and energy. Not only for duty at the college but civic duty as well. In the band there are three divisions: the concert bandg the swing band and the marching band. The swing band and marching band combine and form the concert band. Each division performs for various occasions. This year the concert band gave performances at the Little Theaterg a joint program for the Colorado State Vocal Clinic with Art Henderson and A Capella Choirg for the Rural Education Conference and programs in assemblies. One of the most spectacular of assemblies Was the bands' 'first appearance in their new color- ful purple and gold uniforms. Some of the members of the concert band play in the intercollegiate band, which made three trips: Fort Collins, Boulder and Denver. The swing band played for the Junior Chamber of Commerce, the Kiwanis Club, assemblies and all basketball games. The swing band created an enthusiasm at our basketball games unsurpassed by previous bands. The marching band performed at all the football games and marched for the automobile dealers and for Music Week. This year's bands, under the direction of J. DeForest Cline and Jimmy Finn, have brought fame to C.S.C.E. 173 wwwf gy WWW , M wwQmQ . 02 MW? W P -UP L I I 1 V. r 5... A. V r K hx X gms VZ n"1,T':'3'n' .' - I " 'f' f""' i? -5"-5 fr - ' J .e W: - . , ,rpg If , ,gl V'-73 . I. . I, f 11-g Y- alifirmr ' - . -'fr A' M - H- - ff ff A f -. ,rr ...mf-, awp.-ET ,.. -V r.,'., . 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Beta Beta chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha was established on the campus of Colorado State College of Education in 1916. There are now twenty-six chapters in the United States. The recent development of Alpha Sigma Alpha has been in the direction of strong foundation, responsible leadership, and a program which shall be stimulating and helpful to its members. PATRONESSES , .,,1,:1.s at Mary Margaret Grothe A-1 ' Mrs. Carl McKinley Margaret Emerlck MrS.n.1-.Wm Maxin Mrs. William Wrinkle 176 F '- Jan, - 1 "1 -Tffzfw-1 f W5 'W' f' " "' H3 A x.:-:ia 1 , - ' -,-,za-3.1 , J.: ,S ,.,-f:l: -.., L E, , ,,,J,.-n,,. .-, ,,,,.,..,,.--.-f:,Hfi-. ,sl "rx'fE" 1 -T E-.few f -E.i4f:fgrj,q :h. b Vi?--Miiiprrizlxj ljji- 1 if-?J'.g V, x ,Tri eff T. V-if g Al' , -iff Q2 ?IWW? :St -' 1 ,, .- 1 P f L H, ,Ig-X 'Ag 1, Wg' 'v-v' Z 'I '. 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Y, , , An, , Alpha Sigma Alpha ACTIVES Claudia Capps Virginia Cox Margaret Emerick Betty Foust Phyllis Green Gertrude Gustafson Dorothy Hughes Ava Keymel Kathryn Maxwell Patricia Meehan Helen Nelson Kay Switzer Florence Thompson Vesta Wood PLEDGES Mary Ann Christensen Lydia Ann Cicmanec Evelyn De Mary Margaret Dunn Mary Margaret Grothe Maxine Hibbs Dorothy Howell Alice Johnson Doris Stream Edith Varian Reading Down Left to Right Dorothy Howell Patricia Meehan Dorothy Hughes Helen Nelson Alice Johnson Doris Stream Ava Keymel Edith Varian Kathryn Maxwell Vesta Wood 1 77 E 'futile-,, HI! JL. W, - -.21 .I-ia. ft - ,-2. ,C jii. Vr.. Y' V X r , -fl-Yig5ij,m5'V fri- Q, llr' i Ffh: .1,j,fiJ-AQi?i?i.g,:Q-:i tn? 1., In ,, ,, K , .. . . . , .,,. 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Reading Down Left to Right Betty Briggs Marjorie Farmer Gene Clark Marybeth Hill Katherine Ebel Lucile Jaeger 178 Open Motto: "Active, self-reliant, and if trustworthy." Colors: Gold and Emerald Jewel: Pearl Flower: Yellow Tea Rose Alpha Sigma Tau OFFICERS President - ---- - Betty Briggs Vice-Presirlent - - Luella Westbrook Secretary - - - Marjorie Farmer Treas-u,1'ev' ---- Katherine Ebel Cfhapla-in and Historian ' Lucile Jaeger Faculty AJdvise'rs - - Edna Hoydar Mrs. John Mariani Alpha Sigma Tau is a national sorority, founded in Ypsilanti, Mich- igan, at Michigan State Teachers Col- lege i11 1899. -Nu Chapter was in- stalled at Colorado State College of Education in 1928. The aim of the organization is training in true womanliness. PATRONESSES Mrs. Kenneth Perry MrsL Coid Taylor Mrs. Lacy Wilkinson Mrs. E. L. 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Motto: Labor et Fraternitas Colors: Red and Gray Flower: American Red Rose American Commons Club OFFICERS President - - - Adam Petranovich Vice-President - - John McGlothlan Secretary ---- Eldon Bourquin Treasurer ----- Marvin Waltel' Historian and Editor ------ - - - - - - - Astor Henderson Faculty Advisers - - - James Finn Francis Shoemaker Social Adviser - - Mrs. H. W. Curtis The American Association of Com- mons Clubs is a national American- letter fraternity. Founded on ,the ideals of democracy, tolerance, and brotherhood, it stands for equality of opportunity. The association was founded April 23, 1921. The local chapter was founded February 12, 1931, PATRONS Mr. E. I. Knight Reverend Victor Waliie D1'. J. A. Weaver Mr. Stan Williamson .E ,... -f -7-A .--e - .,-..,.- ,, -..-- V s y ' ' ,1 :Vf-1 fur :ff . ,- . - - va,- lu ' 1. rv.-,R l. x 1. -1 -. 11.-,v V ff- : H . , -..,l.3. 1 I .v,:..'1 f-. 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D 1 P ' ,+ C T3 Sl -fs, 3 M, 1 fs: I OFFICERS 5,5 'ifresident - - - - Estil Robertson 'Q 'flgice-Pl'es'iclent - - - Delbert Jerome 'Yi is vecrctary - - - Forest Fisch xifeasurer - - - Elliott Rose ' .'i.s'to1"ian - - Gail Harris implain - - - - Jess Fasold 1 4'i""'I'gCCl'Ilt-CLt'A7'771S - - Clyde Nelson Q-frrespo1zdi11.g Secfy. - Charles Hetts Reading Down , "-Jaculty Admlser ----- - - Left to Right - ---- Mr. Clifford Wightmaii Ramie Beims J Delta Psi was founded as a local ROY EI'1CkSOI1 raternity February 4, 1903, at Gree- Gajl Har-1-is ivy, Colorado. The aims of this or- -kaiiization are to promote interest in LOUIS Campbell 1 K cholastic, social, and athletic achieve- Max Fackler .uentsg to put fraternity Welfare be- Willis Haworth fore personal aspirations: to encour- age dependability in carrying out fra- Adair Cordill ternity activities: and. to- participate Jess Fasold in extra-curricular act1v1t1es, thereby D lb t J gaining recognition among students as e er erome representatives of Delta Psi. James Doty Harvey Gelder PATRONS U' John Johnston Mr. S. C. Bedinger M '. C. E. C1 'k Robert Duggan 1 in , Mr. Leon King R lph Hallinan Mr. Jay Phelps on J L1St1CS . Mr. H. J. 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J!! fr f 1 fn .,,c,f ,6- .1 my ,V N Reading Down Left to Right Chet Smith Bill Remley Maynard Stamper Ed Holroyd George Mathes Morton Renshaw Mike Starr Robert Lloyd Charles McFarland Charles Saale Bob Timothy William Lohse Glenn Peterson Walt Schoen Oliver Troxel Gene Long Herman Rehwoldt Bob Scott Bob Warner William Lott Vic Rehwoldt Guy Shambaugh Douglas Wright --.-, .Y ...- -.., ..-rf - ... .-.imp-u-. ,...-.-sq., 1 . - ,,,.. , fnqirrf .avian-1. -:Q Q- L -f, .,. -lf.??i1"f':'f'l5i'5?l?Y?,"i5-2fi ."1--5151531 '-71-.-H' B1"'+'lL"iT"Sf'.'.-tlfly L' ii Qifiil' "ES "F4F".L'?' '-f?1i5:fW:l?ii'r'l! fl. 1-LVI'fQ3 ' ,y.-bi' e , ?9?R"',:i lf I gc FJ 1 l 'H 5 ',!:1:'fL'F."ZE:""!"i?lr' - 2" ' :"'-'.'L'.T"il-573.5-If lf' if' -"J ' Yi-. -1? fin:-15::""Js'Jf'M?7v5i'1?lEf,fff'?i"1' J-5' v " A" ,b f'--4 ' . 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Theta chapter was installed at Colorado State College of Education in 1932. PATRONESSES Mrs. Grant Babcock Mrs. Harry Hibbs Mrs. Fred McCourt Mrs. E. B. O'Byr11e Mrs. A. E. Peterson 2 l FHTW '751?.f'W"'F lm" I - ,1.,. ,, 47, 131' M1 l MEMBERS TQ ACTIVES Patience Benway Alice Bergner Francine Brook Frances Chamberlin Barbara Countrayman Anna France Mary Gholson Rose Markus Harriett McTaggzL1't Laura Nuernberger Helen Vance Catherine Weinig Reading Down FACULTY MEMBER Left to Right Miss Floss Ann Turner Laura Nuernberger PLEDGES Mary Gholson Alma. Baudino Helen Vance Ruby Bell , Frances Briclwell Harrletti MCTag'g?'rt Helen Sawyer Catherine Welnlg 1.93 -, Ay "-f7'L,if?W3fTfY'f'f'E" W """M""-' ""'g'1"'rF'1 "'L If-fn ze 'fFf"f3f?'i5KfE?EQF.-?QEiY:f1-'g2f?15V-4..,,.,, , ,., ,,, , - - . t " ' 65!Sqj'2'f,I-'g11.71-.'5 .,7' " .' 5-,, ' tb- p, E'-15 gif , 1 Qflwigl .LJ'aZV..,'.,V.-. , ,T ,, , isis . .3-wi: 'ei - f .,. - - . , , I ?2Elei7'2if-f5'-'T'.,- A -'f ld ' 1 El'-'-f"f' 1 - iff ff. . . -:L-ff: V372-f''f.f1',f:"."f:tf'g:2h -L"W1'- ,-':!V'f5'.Q 1 ' ' 2' 2 J"-"E.f.:'L .:' "Ti-.Q Wi- 'ff.ff.lf' 1E:-,'fb'-1793'F'.F-'13,JKFM.. ll-5 ,., 'fps r , ,lfzy 2 -4... -5711-L-' l if -li 5: , : .:- ,gr3.1:jr-eff-1,r'.IgT,3,i?Z3i':2r4f . -Q-11.2 uf- va' vg'- - 1.x - . 4 -- I , f 'J-L 4,-"M'vgqfzle-:-N-l1'.15.g',.-'- Brite? 5:'.z5.5A-.fiiv-1-1 ,f , ' ' f J l ' 'exwsegfi-fQf1.4F' -, V '. .. sf' Colors: Turquoise Blue and Gold Jewel: Diamond Flowers: Forget-Me-Not and Jonquil sT'ff Q?5f'i . . i if P1 Ka a S1 a PP 19, 'Jie 93? ' OFFICERS P7'68'ffZ6'I1ft ------ Naomi WOl'dG1l ACTIVES Vice-President - - - Nadine Hari-ah , Secretary ------ Betty Twist Reatlmg Down Treasurco' ------ Betty Carter Left to Right C'01'res1JovLcllng Secretary ----- - - - - - - - - - Bernice Garver Charlotte Balch E',ll7'T6S1J0?ldi7lg Editor - Betty June Doane , h less Agent ---- Rosemary Tripp Beatrice EWGTS Rush Oaptafin ---- Barbara Gossett - Social Secretary - Helen Cottingham Pattle Menefee Keeper of Arcllives - - Frances Crites Faculty Aclfuflser - Mrs. W. D. Armentrout Betty Carter Social Adviser - Mrs. C. W. Whitehouse Bernice Garver Louise Miller . Pi Kappa Sigma was the first national Helen COl7'C1I1gh3.I1'1 educational sorority founded at Ypsilanti, Michigan, at Michigan State Teachers Barbara' Gossett College November 17, 1894. Mu chapter Darle Pe3.1'SOI1 was installed on CSCE campus June 13, 1920. Frances Crites Marjorie Hagan Betty Sheppard PATRONESSES , Mrs. Lloyd Allnutt Loulse Cronbaugh M1'S.XV. E. Anderson ' Mrs. Hubert Eldridge Nadlne Harrah Mrs. Harley Grable Dorothy Spear M1-S. Ray Kiley Miss Margaret Roudebush Betty June Doane Hrs. Fbipaillflillg rs. oy er Dorothy Henderson Mrs- Prexy Wilson Lorraine Tetsell Mrs. Stowe Witwer 19.4 V FP'-711''-'-,-..:,:i,f,.f,-f-,E-7.5. ,.. -- faerie- ff r an f ns e ' was 'L.Ejf'l'o l . fx.. , I Sf? I ,,A,, , W A W U , ,url ,,,,, ,. A .,,.M,,,.,. , , . 1-,,,.I,, ,R-5... 4. ,- i-1.131vi1,g5..:.,.-,gzegv ', XE'-,gy .J ,da . . .' ft. 1 if,-1' . .5 .-1.1 31-f 1 51' F" g jpg 1.3-, '-'.,1l L 11.::,-r 'E'-ff-L,-.214-f? ex' ' rr: Lf:s1f'i'l-.rL'l.':-aw, ",,.:,z.1r:2i::4:11f,,.:F ,.1Lw,5TlgEL-'34 .- ,rsmg A. 1,,.w- cs,.,s,,-. . .,.-v.. ,,q'.-.L Y .g..L:-.3 7, -,--.f-.'1.,.e,i. -,Yu . ., ,--..1 H39 --.sn -. . ,Nl --., . ,..yevrfelg-.,-,M-.1,.,:. g,.-'..- - - .- 'va if .,-Q..-,ng ,,.-,J-U . 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Gossett Marjorie Hagan Nadine Harrah Dorothy Henderson Pattie Meuefee Louise Miller Darle Pearson Betty Sheppard Dorothy Spear Lorraine Tetsell Virginia Timothy Peggy Tromble Rosemary Tripp Betty Twist Maxine Utter Naomi Worden PLEDGES Lucille Adams Lucille Beagle June Corsberg Alice Eldred Nadine Fagerberg Helen Hannen Marjorie Harris Dorothy Lawhead Frances Ornian Kittie Parker Mary Phelps Avis Roll Janet Seggcl Clara Bane Smith Mary Lou Sorenson Geraldine Walkei' Carol Westaby Moyne Woodcock Reading Down Left to Right ACTIVES Virginia Timothy Margaret Tromble , Maxine Utter l Rosemary Tripp Betty Twist Naomi Worden PLEDGES Lucille Adams Marjorie Harris Janet Seggel Lucille Beagle Dorothy Lawhead Clara Bane Smith June Corsberg Frances Orman Mary Lou Sorenson V Alice Eldred Kittie Marie Parker Carol Westaby 1.95 rm.. . -. V . , --.-.... --. .-WV-, .- ::: ii...V:-.in--Jena W .-.,.,,-.-me--. 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Motto : "Faithful unto Death" C'oZor.s': Royal Purple and White J ewel: Pearl Flower: Violet igma Sigma Sigma OFFICERS Presiclcnt ---- Grace Williams V'ice-Presiclefnt - - - Elaine Scouler Secretary - - - Minnabeth Thomas Treasurer ------ Elaine Jacoe Faculty Advfisers - Miss Grace Baker Miss Lucy Rosenquist Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded at Farmville, Virginia in 1898, and Iota chapte1"s charter was granted on February 12, 1915. Tri Sigma strives for efficiency in every phase of soror- ity work, loyalty to her chapter and her college through comradely coopera- tion, tlirough promoting and fostering high ideals, moral integrity and strong womanly character. PATRONESSES Mrs. Donn Barber Mrs. Rodney Bell Mrs. Ellsworth Hunt 1111 ,..,.l.- . .,-.- .. . ,.,,g:..... 2-H'-L .. .A I l J 1 1 g f A . R P P '..'.:.f.g.w5ag:f4:f f,Q:af-2-Q-'iesfeiiaflflf J 1 'lil , ,Jw .U 1--Q -- l.-...,. .vm -, y -- if ' : 1. ng.: .Q -i, ..s.. . .g. f- ima.----cm -.---- A 3 Sigma Sigma Sigma ACTIVES Gail Foster' Jean Reynolds Elaine Jacoe Violet Reynolds Nlarguerite Niles Elaine Scouler Helen Pritchard Minnabeth Thomas Grace Williams PLEDGES Muriel Dalley Helen Gomez .lean Trammell FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Grace Baker Miss lvlargaret Blackburn Miss Maridell Rudd .f-'Zi' 'L A ff S Reacling Down Left to right Minnabeth Thomas Violet Reynolds Jean Trammell Elaine Scouler Grace Williams 1.97 ' .5fij.:i"' 'f"i':T"T""' A ' ,.......1.- .r5,i,,,::...-, W., Hi- Llifii.-. -. T5-z.. -9 , if u. . Reading Down Left to Right Naomi Brothers Jeannette Adams Mary Davis Elsie Gilbert Nellie Adams Eleanor Doty Helen Hammond Frances Baab Margaret Finley Margaret Hill Faithe Bartlett Morrine Foster Margaret Ann Linger 198 Open Motto: Nulla Dies Sine Facie Colors: Blue and Black Jewel : Turquoise Flouverz Pansy Sigma psilon OFFICERS President ---- Margaret Linger Vice-Presiflent - - - Betty Starkey 00'I'7'6S1JO'lZCZ'i7l'g Secretary ---- - - - - - - - - - Eleanor Doty Secretary - - - Dorothy Powars Tv'easu'rer - ---- Bernita Bonham Rush, Captain - - Jeannette Adams Pan-Hellenic Representative - - - - - - - - - - - - Mary Davis Faculty Aclviser - Miss Georgia Moore Social Adviser - - - Mrs. Floy Ellis The aim of Sigma Upsilon Sorority is to develop the highest self-develop- ment and perfect friendship. The sorority has a well established grad- uate loan fund to be used in helping advanced students to remain in college for the degree of Master of Arts. This fund is available to any student, whether a member of the sorority or not. The sorority was established on this campus October 30, 1905, and it was the second sorority organized here. In 1909 it was established as a state sorority. PATRONESSES Mrs. O. E. Benell Mrs. W. G. Hayden Mrs. E. B. Hollingsworth Dr. Ella Mead Mrs. T. C. Wilmoth gs 161.1 s" 1 ,,12j1,f,3-viff5- -' :T 'Tj'-' 'lf f,'--T-'i-K2Q',Zf-'-:"fSQf-L1-,Lg -'kip 1 "2 e n: : JE,-2 C. 5,.ms...e.-4 4- -. - 1,4 ,lm 131.44 -Y - - V ,..-,,., . -' vw-p,g1..vg'n , ,'1,'w"g -V F' :-1 " f .11 .. , , 921- ,- -. w . .. f . . H .: 351, zz" .,.l: A .r e ' -- :.- 3 1- ,i.f,l,r . . .WNLL lTg'L.u,, 4... 1-,-g,-yew. . , V. -,.....aqu 1 .1-me -.-. .- -.. ...-.:-sf -.:- rf---:Q . . 1. .4 .. new ,.:yl'4q:..!-sw: ' .- -. .1 . ' '- H-, ,. .L ' .1 ... - ,z 1' . wx'-??1,:Q.., '.r::. .lifgl-iil3C,iLfgr: -f:!L1:i,3g".i.i1f"'- .., . . .. . . . 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Margaret Hill Margaret Linger Josephine Loewenstein Natalie Lord Lois Lundin Rosainond McBride Mourine Murch Jeanette Parker Dorothy Powars Helen Reese Dolly Sliambeau Betty Starkey Pat Stroh Gladys Swanson Jeanne Sybrandt Virginia Tormey FACULTY MEMBER Mrs. Blanche Collins 'K ,-1 Ni Reading Down Left to Right Jeanette Parker Josephine Loewenstein Dorothy Powars Irene Stroh Natalie Lord Helen Reese Gladys Swanson Lois Lundin Dolly Shambeau Betty Lou Sweet Rosamond McBride Betty Starkey Virginia Tormey "5 in rnL'.'A'f- -1 V-V 7.-g.-.' 1 - ,- f. -- ' --.1 :rw---' ..-an ,. -. . .,-. vf sf' '-'X f -ff..-.' Y-V..-ff -. ...., V.. 43:9-2. 1:-'-r-,cf....-f-'--:me-V-mf' H APN- A 'Ml-.xv a- W-5-.t.A41.2-we-V.-fx z--'-'1l'-Q41-'.f.:1:f1 1 ..-.t5iL-:w.:.f-1- 4-'wifffffp--.-'1'+.".'.1aE:: Q-',',.f4:2:e.'1L,f,e.'' fl-,ff1?---'f:'11-1111 -- mr' w - . v..,.3.,,w,w-..- ,-1U-..,'- T, 'J -V . --e ,.,.:1,-:As Q:-,.-1, ,-..vc1,71'.m.:fce1-2f-fa--rz-f"'- - -ul-me J'M+n. f-1-J-1--rl -. 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' ' of will f ZZ5fZZZf'e' - 1 1 'iszilgmssiz N j'l,f?'3 gf E'.r-Oollegio Secretarfy .... Mary Owen 1 IL," VICDJU -R X Faculty Adviser . . . Miss Vera Newburn fl, v Ll- M VU? Aff' ' J I MW' The primary aim of Theta Sigma Upsi- 1 . u . . . f Reading Down lon IS to fostei close .fr1endsh1p.betweeu 1ts Left to Right members. It IS a natlonal sorority, founded ' ' at Kansas State Teachers College at Em- . . poria, Kansas, in 1920. Iota chapter was in- Wlnlfred Andeloon stalled at Colorado State College of Educa- Marle H-?lYth01'U9 tion in Jangzry, 1928. Mildred Babcock ' Margaret Johnson M Q ' J PATRONESSES Irene Bailey it . s. . J. Bishop Bel-dina Leech fl Mrs. . . Herdman I . Mrs. NV. W, Strahl Ehzabeth FUD? Mrs. Rose Thompson Ma1'y Owen Mrs. C. B. Wiglitinau 200 11-1'f"F' 'V' 'Pf'Pf"In-,-rf J "I .-fs v"'-f:-f:--v:- '-H -V f' T e2571,-TYfff7??5?r-..fFF?E1sTi: -?"1,'.QFfQR- ff.-f-'2 Tarfff If 'l'. 1 ' 'A '72'."-fi': ff -f,-Ti!-" 'ffiiifi-c252.-i5fa:f1'-I'5',L-'Y ',"' 239 'ei ii B ' -'S' li ' C "j .11-12.1-V.: rl l -.gh 3-1 " ff V .1 , , - . ,, , .re.r , V 'i-'. .2f"f1:2i.11.s: - . . T F' .ff A ' 1 ,,..:N - lm wg 3 o" " 1 .7 f i ' 3 f- 3 f , . ': A ' dd n -,.'A 4 MEMBERS ACTIVES Winifred Anderson Mildred Babcock Irene Bailey Verna Falzgraf Marie Haythorne Margaret Johnson Jane Kelso Berdine Leech Reading Down Mae Lmdsay Left to Right Mary Owen Leola Palundbo Leola Palumbo Bertha, Scheld Dorothy Smith Ruby Ward MZ1lll'i119 Smith Bertha Scheid Ruby WVa1'd - - Elizabeth Wickllam Ehzabeth Wlckham Marion Wilson Dorothy Smith Ruth A. Zlmmerman Marian Wilson Maurine Smith PLEDGE Ruth Ann Elizabeth F1-ipp Zlmmerman X " 425' Kigiqgfl 15,223 I' gi I GiE1fyfC5'i3 'A 1' , ,7,y'g1,ArL5fj-fi-"if, ,1 A. 'fm A . ' , 1 . L., L, f . 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OFFICERS President - - - Q Richard Fields Vice-President - Jeannette Adams Slec'y.-Treas. - Harold Roberts Corresponding Secretary - - - - - - - Margaret Trornble Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - - - -GraceBaker STUDENT MEMBERS Jeannette Adams Frances Johnson Harold Brandt Bernice Magnie Harold Roberts Iona Brown Richard Fields Margaret Troinble Lucile Jaeger Jessie Wilber FACULTY MEMBERS Grace Baker Georgia Moore Ralph Bishop Kenneth Perry Richard Ellinger Estelle Stinchfield John Mariani .. , 4, -'Q-,I-:'gL.ff?94Q . Top Row: Adams, Blackburn, Peterson Second Row: Powers, Ross, Schoen, Williams lpha Psi Omega The purpose of Alpha Psi Omega is to develop dramatic talent and the art of acting, to foster the cul- tural values which arise there- from, and to cultivate the best in clrama. OFFICERS President - - Walter Schoen Grand Stage Manager - - - - - - - - - Grace Williams Grand Business Manager - - - - - - - - - Harry Ross Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - Margaret Blackburn MEMBERS Karl Adams L. E. Powers Margaret Blackburn Harry Ross Dorothy Hood Walter Schoen Dorothy Peterson Grace Williams K 205 206' Top Row: Adams, Bennett Second Row: Doherty, English, Fields, Gelder Third Row: Holroyd, Kimball, McLaughlin, Moewes, Pitchford, Speckmann - X dqdln ji Blue STUDENT MEMBERS The purpose of the Blue Key is to foster activities and relation- ships that will further the best interest of the college and con- tribute to the broadening and en- richment of student life. The na- tional organization was establish- ed at the University of Florida in 1925. The Colorado State College of Education chapter was installed in 1933. OFFICERS President ---- Ed Holroyd Vice-President - Harvey Gelder Sec'y.-Treas. - Walter Speckmann Corresponding Secretary - - - - - - Gerald McLaughlin Faculty Adviser ----- - - - Dr. W. D. Armentrout Karl Adams Elmer Bennett Tom Doherty Van English Richard Fields Harvey Gelder Leon R. Hay Ed Holroyd Ward Kimball Gerald McLaughlin Harold Moewes Dudley Pitchford Beryl Rose Walter Speckmann FACULTY MEMBERS Wiiifielcl D. Armentrout George Willard Frasier George A. Irvin '5 I .iifiwlii .. .. U... . Top Row: Carter, DeLong, Ewers Second Row: Farnum, Garver, Harrah, Harris, Lunn, M,, Phelps Third Row: Richard, Sheppard, Skinner, Smith, Wieder, Wood, Yoder Delta Omicron CDe1ta Gamma Chapterb Delta Omicron was founded to create and foster fellowship, to develop character, to arouse and encourage the appreciation of good music and performance among musicians during their student days so that the highest degree of musicianship might be attained individually. Colors: Rose and Grey Jewels: Ruby and Pearl Flowers: Lily of the Valley Open Motto: Continually Striving, We Attain OFFICERS President - Marion Rose Phelps Vice-President - - Ruth Wieder Secretary - - Virginia E. Harris Treasurer - - - Ida Richard Faculty Adviser ----- - - Mrs. Blanche R. Collins STUDENT MEMBERS Betty Carter Helen DeLong Beatrice Ewers Arline Farnum Bernice Garver Betty Glassey Nadine I-larrah Elena McGloth1an Marion Rose Phelps Ida Richard Elizabeth Sheppard Ruth Skinner Dorothy Smith Ruth Wieder Virginia Harris Vesta Wood Margaret Lunn Frances Yoder PATRONS AND PATRONESSES Mr. and Mrs. J. Elbert Chadwick Mr. and Mrs. J. DeForest Cline f Also National Patron and Patronessj Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trustman Ginsburg Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Henderson Miss Edna Hoydar Mr. and Mrs. Leon King Mr. and Mrs. Ralph King Mrs. Edwin W. Knowles Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dae Lindon Mr. and Mrs. Estelle E. Mohr Mrs. Charles Southard CMother Patronessj Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vagner 207 . ,, .., -F -H. . I -I - l-- -.ig 208 Top Row: Briggs, Drummond, Farmer, Fields, Glover Second Row: Grothe, Hamilton, Hill, Holland, Jaeger, Kattner, Kiser Third Row: Lohse, McLaughlin, Merten, Ovesen, Speckmann, Stone, Yoder Kappa Delta Pi The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage a higher degree of consecration to social service by fostering high professional and scholarship standards, and by recognizing outstanding service in the fields of education. Theta chapter was installed March 13, 1920, on the Colorado State Col- lege of Education Campus. OFFICERS President - - - Richard Fields Vice-President - - Irene Hannen Secretary - Mary Margaret Grothe Treasurer - - - Millicent Glover Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - - - Kenneth Perry STUDENT MEMBERS Margaret Bottinelli Betty Briggs ' Harold Drummond Ada Farmer Rose Farrar Richard Fields Millicent Glover Mary Margaret Grothe Virginia Hamilton Irene I-Iannen Margaret Hill Myrna Holland Lucile Jaeger Wilbur Kattner Raymond Kiser William Lohse Elena McGlothla.n Gerald McLaughlin Margery Merten Alice Ovesen Waltei' Speckinann Ethel Stone Frances Yoder FACULTY MEMBERS W. D. Armentrout Grace Baker Harold G. Blue Elizabeth Carney Jean Cave J. DeForest Cline Blanche Collins E. A. Cross Helen C. Davis O. M. Dickerson George W. Frasier F. L. Hambrick Josephine Hawes J. D. I-Ieilman F. C. Jean Elizabeth Kendel W. L. Knies Stella McClenahan Gretchen McClaskey Annie McCowen Paul McKee Kenneth Perry Lucy Rosenquist Maridel Rudd E. U. Rugs' Edith Selberg Estelle Stinchfield F. L. Whitney Edith Wiebking Grace Wilson W. L. Wrinkle Helene Zahnen Top Row: Countrayman, Hunter Second Row: Kattner, Kiser, McGlothlan, Smith Lambda Sigma Tau The purpose of Lambda Sigma Tau is to stimulate scholarship, methods, cooperation, e t h i c a l standards, and humanitarianism among teachers of science. Alpha Chapter was founded April 16, 1928, on the campus of Colorado State College of Education. OFFICERS President - - Wilbur Kattner Vice-President - - Max Hunter Secretary - Barbara Countrayman Treasurer - - John McGlothlan Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - Gretchen McClaskey STUDENT MEMBERS Barbara Countrayman Max Hunter Raymond Kiser John McG1oth1an Edwin Smith FACULTY MEMBERS Darrell Barnard F. C. Jean W. G. Bowers Gretchen McC1askey Donald Decker Edith Selberg Fred L. Herman Lee Roy West 2 21 Top Row: Bennett, Bishop Second Row: Burggraff, Burns, Harcleroad, Hill Third Row: Holroyd, Kissel, Lohse, Lunn, R., Owen, M., Underhill Phi Alpha Theta Phi Alpha Theta was founded at the University of Arkansas to fur- ther the profession of teaching history throughout the United States. Iota ehapter was founded on this campus in 1929. It now has an active membership of six- teen with one hundred and eighty out in the teaching fields. Colors: Blue and Red Flowers: American Beauty Rose OFFICERS President ---- Ed Holroyd Vice-President - Yvonne Bishop Secretary - - - Margaret Hill Treasurer - - Clinton Underhill Historian - - Charles Sehwenck Faculty Adviser ----- - - - Dr. A. F. Zimmerman STUDENT MEMBERS Elmer Bennett William Lohse Yvonne Bishop Ruth Lunn Theordore Burggraff Alice Morrison Forrest Burns Mary Owen Fred Harcleroad Vernon Pearce Margaret Hill Charles Schwenck Ed Holroyd Donald Teller Lucy Kissel Clinton Underhill FACULTY MEMBERS Mr. and Mrs. George Barker Dr. and Mrs. 0. M. Dickerson J. S. Doubenmier Dr. Ora Brooks Peake Pauline Pogue Lee Roy West Dr, A. F. Zimmerman ,,, , V,,,.-1,---- --- , Y ,,2- W, Y ,wg Yu .U N., , 1. .--- F --.-- E--,. Z . ...,. 1- , . GW..-1 35" ' B T'f3?'iW"E.:..aP - - ' l ' all ' vi.. .-. V. , Q'-if fg-.1 h 'Z , ,, . -- , , gg , , ' 5 sr ...fe Y -- 1' - , F ps... A-Y.. - -... -4 A ,ua-L . 1,4 Wffzeffff Top Row: Adams, Amicarella, Bryant, Burggraff, Clayton Second Row: Crow, Doherty, Drummond, English, Fields, Force, Garrison Third Row: Grewell, Gullette, Herman, Hoff, Holroyd, Kimball, Kiser, Lohse Fourth Row: McLaughlin, Moewes, Rehwoldt, Renshaw, Rigby, Smith, Speckmann, Stamper, Underhill Phi Delta Kappa Phi Delta Kappa is a profes- sional fraternity in education open to nien of junior, senior, and grad- uate rank. It was founded in 190.9 by the nierger of education clubs in Coluinbia, Indiana, and Stan- ford universities. Alpha Mu is the thirty-seventh chapter of the fra- ternity and is the first chapter in a state teachers college. It 'was in- stalled on this cainpus in 1926. W OFFICERS President - Harold Drummond Vice-President - Morton Renshaw Sec'y.-Treas. - Walter Speckmann Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - - - Ear1eU.Rugg Historian - - George Irvin STUDENT MEMBERS Karl Adams Henry Amicarella Edward Bryant Theodore Burggraff Ralph Clayton Donald Crow Thomas Doherty Harold Drummond Van English Richard Fields William Force William Garrison Jack Grewell Eugene Gullette Leon Hay Lou Herman Edgar Hoff Edwin Holroyd Ward Kimball Ray Kiser William Lohse Gerald McLaughlin Harold Moewes Vernon Pearce Herman Rehwolclt Morton Renshaw Price Rigby Charles Schwenck Edwin Smith Walter Speckmann Maynard Staniper John Tegnell Clinton Underhill FACULTY MEMBERS W. D. Armentrout Darrell Barnard R. Carson J. Chadwick A. Colvin E. Cross J. Doubenmier G WPPQFJS Frasier F. Hambrick J. W. Hancock W. H. Hargrove Hamilton Hatfield J. D. Heilman G. A. Irvin fa Frank C. Jean W. L, Knies A. E. Mallory Barton Meeker James Miohener E. E. Mohr Kenneth Perry E. U. Rugg Francis Shoemaker Willa1'd Strahl Robert Vagner L. R. West F. L. Whitney W. L. Wrinkle 2 212 Top Row: Burg, Grewell, Griest Second Row: Harbaugh, Hosselkus, Kellow, Lloyd, Piper Third Row: Powell, Powers, Roberts, Seelinger, Shay, Strait, Suby ACTIVE MEMBERS Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia was or- ganized to foster the mutual wel- fare and brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fra- ternal spirit among its members, to encourage loyalty to the alma mater, and to advance the cause of American music. Beta Rho chap- ter of Phi Mu Alpha was installed at CSCE on June 5, 1934. OFFICERS President - - Robert Seelinger Vice-President - Harry McClure Secretary - - - Ralph King Treasurer - - - - Joe Ray Historian - - Edwin Powers Warden - - - Charles Kellow Supreme Councilman - - - - - - - - Arthur Henderson Jack Grewell Charles Kellow Ralph Roy King fFacultyJ Robert Lloyd Harry C. McClure Raymer V. Piper Edwin B. Powers FACULTY J. Elbert Chadwick J. DeForest Cline Joe E. Ray Harry Roberts Robert Seelinger Vernon V. Strait Kenneth Suby John Carl Tegnell Lewis Wallace ALUMNI Henry T. Ginsburg Leon King PLEDGES QJANUARY 24, 19387 Martin Burg Emery Elling Howard Griest Harry I-Iarbaugh Charles Hosselkus E. E. Mohr fFacultyJ Earl Powell Melvin Rockley Brainard Shay Robert Vagn er Q Faculty J Herbert K. Walther , n W . ' ' Ja ,.,ii,,s, 'nz ' - -L ,B 3.1 ,-LV:-ee J. Mu, . Back Row: Zimmerman, Havenga, Wolfe, Bourclonniere Front Row: Nelson, Grothe, Mulroney, Sechrist Phi Sigma lota The purpose of Phi Sigma Iota is to honor and promote scholarly activity in the romance languages. Alpha Zeta Pi was fofaiided at Denver University in 1917, and a chapter was installed here in 1928. In 1935 it merged with Phi Sigma Iota and accepted the name of the latter. OFFICERS President - Mary Margaret Grothe Vice-President - Jean Maxwell Recording Secretary and Treasurer - - Helen Nelson Corresponding Secretary - - - - - - Margaret Mulroney Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - Margaret Mulroney STUDENT MEMBERS Jean Bourdonniere Mary Margzuet Grothe Helen Havenga FACULTY Nora Congdon Catherine Gibert Samson Knoll Margaret Mulroney Helen Nelson Bernice Sechrist Josephine VVolfe Ruth Ann Zimmerman MEMBERS Doris Newcomb Helene Zahnen Arthur Zimmernlan 213 The purpose of Pi Kappa Delta v . .--,i-.,.- nr..- ,. 4 ,V ,-, A J., -... , ' ' 1 ,FW . 1- .,.g. 3 V. X f .r ,vs ' . ,Qc ' - 5:-T - - img... 2 Top Row: Adcock, Anderson, Bennett, Crow, Grewell Second Row: Hamilton, Herman, Massard, Troxel, Twist Pi Kappa Delta is to stimulate interest in and to promote the welfare of intercol- legiate forensic activities. OFFICERS President - - - Elmer Bennett Vice-President - - Oliver Troxel Secretary - - - Betty Twist Faculty Advisers ----- Margaret Blackburn, Mr. G. W. Finley, Dr. Sylvester Toussaint. STUDENT MEMBERS Harold Adcock Emma Lou Virginia. Hamilton Lou Herman Anderson Elmer Bennett Nina Massard Con Croxv Oliver Troxel Jack Grewell Betty Twist FACULTY MEMBERS W. D. Armentrout G. W. Finley Margaret Blackburn G. W. Frazier W. G. Bowers Kenneth Perry E. A. Cross Sylvester Toussaint -'- f ' .,I"1' ew sive-1 .1-,g.f" Q X :ol 515' 43-Esvljrfsf.. .-,wk-, - .:, . . 'anis .1 Top Row: Austin, Boyd, Holland h Second Row: Jacobson, Kiser, Klein, McCall, Meden Third Row: Ovesen, Owens, Pitchford, Signorella, Speckmann, Stone Pi Omega Pi The Purpose of Pi Omega Pi is to encourage and create interest and scholarship in coniniercial ecl- ucation. Pi Omega Pi was founcl- ed at Missouri State Teachers Col- lege, Kirksuille, Missouri, June 13, 1923. Zeta chapter at Colorado State College of Education was organized May 26, 1928. OFFICERS President - - - Alice Ovesen Vice-President - Myrna Holland Secretary - - Marie Kiser Treasurer - - - Fleta Craig Historian - Mildred McCall Reporter - - Walter Speckmann Faculty Advisers ----- Dr. A. O. Colvin, W. L. Knies STUDENT MEMBERS Elma Ruth Austin Betty Boyd Fleta Craig Ruth Gilman Myrna Holland Doris Jacobson Marie Kiser Freda Klein Mildred McCall Elena McGloth1an Alberta Meden Alice Ovesen Elizabeth Owens Dudley Pitchford Frances Samuelson Michael Signorella Walter Speckmann Ethel Stone Marjorie Kelchner, Sigma Chapter FACULTY MEMBERS S. C. Bedinger Dr. A. O. Colvin W. L. Knies Mrs. Francis Shoemaker 215 'A I 2 Top Row: Bishop, Costanza, Countrayman Second Row: Farmer, Glover, Grothe, Hamilton, Hill, Holland Third Row: Johnson, Kiser, Menefee, Merten, Ovesen, Plummer, Stone Sigma Pi Lambda Sigma Pi Lambda, a local hon- orary educational fraternity for women, was organized in May, 1926, to promote higher profes- sional ideals ancl attitfufles among women in the teaching profession. Its purpose is clemonstratecl in the monthly programs, research actio- ities, recognition of meritorious students, ancl active relationship with the alumni members. OFFICERS President Millicent Glover Vice-Pres. - Margaret Bottenelli Secretary Myrna Holland Treasurer - Alice Ovesen Sergeant-at-Arms - Ada Farmer Reporter - - Virginia Hamilton Correspondent - Margaret Hill Executive Secretary ---- - - - - - Ruth Shoemaker Faculty Adviser ----- - - - Miss Elizabeth Carney STUDENT MEMBERS Urith Abbott Yvonne Bishop Margaret Bottenelli Hope Cline Geneva Coleman Aclalyn Costanza Barbara Countrayman Nona Ellis Ada Farmer Rose Farrar Millicent Glover Mary Margaret Grothe Virginia Hamilton Margaret Hill Myrna Holland Frances Johnson Marie Kiser Bernice Magnie Pattie Menefee Margery Merten Alice Ovesezi FACULTY MEMBERS Effa Judd Barger Elizabeth Carney Blanche Collins Nora Congclon Helen Davis Lucile Harrison Josephine Hawes Elizabeth Kendel Esther Lotz Stella McCle11al1an Annie McC0wen Pauline Pogue Lucy Rosenquist Maridel Rudd Ruth Gunsaul Shoemaker Harriett Stull Grace NVilson Q .:'.- gi Zi.. . .. - . -.1-fr -: wa.-. '.J.'f.,:,,-,:- f fr, ' fi i"'4u-me.- ., . ., -,..,J.,a ,. 2,51 :rf :?41fsf2" Wave -..i::-1-':,1:'.:t1-A-M -t' A ' SWL' u if Top to Bottom: P. Menefee G. Shambaugh B. Lott N. Massard L. Herman O. Troxel Dr. Toussaint B. Parker E. Bennett F. Yoder J. Gray Debate i i i y 1938 marks a new era in the history of debating at C.S.C.E. In January, Dr. S. R. Toussaint, who was president of Pi Kappa Delta, was added to the faculty staff, with one of his regular duties being the management of forensic affairs. Since then Dr. Tous- saint has proven his ability as a debate coach and has been a valuable asset to Greeley debaters. During the past year, Greeley has had a successful season, entering some of the best teams in the country, and traveling to meet other teams outside the state of Colo- rado. Some of the teams here on the campus were: B.Y.U., T.C.U. and Hastings. Several tournaments were attended by the debaters from Greeley. In the Western Association of Teachers of Speech Tournament, in Denver, Troxel, Herman, Bennett and Crow participated. Directly after this tournament Oliver Troxel and Lou Herman left for Winfield, Kansas, where they participated in the Southwestern College Tournament. Shortly after that, Lott, Shambaugh, Yoder, Massard and Menefee were sent to the Novice Tournament of the Colorado-Wyoming Debate League, in Colorado Springs. Later the debate squad went to Fort Collins to attend the regular tournament of the Colorado-Wyoming Debate League. Dr. Toussaint took two debaters, Herman and Troxel on a tour through Utah. They gained some valuable experience in meeting teams from Utah Y., Utah State and B.Y.U. The big event of the year was the National Convention at Topeka, Kansas, where 135 colleges from 35 states were represented. Yoder, Massard, Bennett, Herman and Troxel made the trip. Dr. Toussaint is making extensive plans for the debate program next year. 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However, the main legislation of the Council has centered around improve- ment of campus conditions with reference to such things as: payment of class dues, advantages and dis- advantages ot the extra-curricular organizations, the purchase of new band uniforms and club house furnishings and the addition of the dental fee to the health privileges. Besides this, it has aided dele- gates to represent this college in many far cities. In the future, we are looking forward to many beneficial outcomes from the work started by this year's Student Council. 232 nm E smwgmm .V W wa x as ms 'W wa E Q a ,M 'ma H E E mio SW sm Mmmgms nm nm WWE - E B E sm sw ms. mmf .Saw ms gs sm mms is E ms gm mam gm mx ss E X Mm, an ma - om an a mam m E ss mn M mn x mam ma' may mm-1 ms - ss B . n ss ss x -X gs x-x N .-ss n H Q E Us W M. B 'AE EEE nm ms ev xv ms wa is ms mn nm mms ss a ss a ms ma ms on Q .. ...Q :H E . .. . .E 3 2 M 2: H ,H gg U. 5 H H . . W . W 3 M. in 1 X M 3 2: QEE magma ' . 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The members of Women's Council represent a cross section of all phases of the life of women students on the campus and are chosen on a basis of leadership, scholarship, personality and inter- ests as revealed by their activities on the campus. j OFFICERS President - Emma Lou Anderson Vice-President ------ - - - - - Margaret Conover Secretary-Treasurer ---- - - - - - - Darle Pearson Faculty Adviser ----- - - - - - Dr. Grace Wilson MEMBERS Leona Adolf Emma Lou Anderson Faithe Bartlett Thelma Beggs Margaret Carrari Lydia Cicmanec Ruth Chenoweth Margaret Conover Marcia Cottingham Barbara Countrayman Leota. Dawson Gertrude Deering Mary Margaret Grothe Margaret Anne Linger Helen Nelson Kittie Marie Parker Darle Pearson Jean Reynolds Kay Switzer Gertrude Turner Betty Twist Glass Officefzs me .W , WM 5 sf xx af -V . if gags Im , S ' gkgffqrr K, fwfr 5 , r. . ,. 1: uf . A' K V: W. ,eg V , MM: .- :fs iw' ' ,V H sifi 'Pew .f :sr ,' ' 'gl K ef N Q nw' -Q4 K Bile 1 we , we . 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'H' H JH '.H- JH ' WH ...... - makes 3- V91'Y euloyable Outmg for all Con' -fgfWHHE2?HH HSHEH H- 3? 4 I fix HH I: , cel ned. 'HE ....., ' ' - "-' Q HQ HHESHQ H lg ,HH n o H HHH .. .... A H H ' . ESQQJZHHZ R: gm - mm ,,gZgQMsH '-'-Hqqv--fw-H-Hfw-:H--TWATSHH. ,, ,, as Aix? X, ' ! 1 YH H HH H --HH EH.. W' H , , W . . V 1 Snow-Flake and Blue Bell Flour Milled from Selected Colorado High-Altitude Wheat ASK YOUR GROCER O The Model Flour Mills Millers Marshall Cafeteria GREELEY, COLORADO PICTURES Preserve beautiful memories . . . Have them taken often A I11CO1'DO1'3.ted 1010 Eighth Avenue Phone 1143 Drive The FORD V8 -w-.M..ww.-...........,........,........... ww-.--.-M....-.......................,...,..,...,....,. Garnsey and Wheeler Greeley, Colorado GDUSSE IQZESYETFTVIE LUMBER COMPANY Kiln Dried Lumber At No Extra Cost 1 . f . I I . . - I J ' A-'ff , - ' ' fisfdnefa SM? 1 Portraiture - . ' 1' . f 1 'e 1 f '- ' ' . N -,fe - . V , V . . , f ,V ' - photos and En5'favfAg.dlk1' 815k Eighth Street Ph 55 703 s th st r . 'T 1 "Ml ' 'A A l mg , SIORE' I , T v 4 810 Eighth Street Phone 146 256' LEE BROTHERS HARDWARE CO. 815 Ninth Street Compliments of Greeley Gas and Fuel Company Exclusive agents for Leonard Refrigerators "Greeley's Most Up-to-Date Eating House!" One Minute Washing Machines . R.c.A. v' u R er Home Dairy Cafe lc or a ws 926 Eighth Avenue Coleman Appliances We Never Close Komac Pamts Tl-IE AMEIQICAN WAY GF LIVING We have the highest standard of living in the world. But we have not attained it by divine right. Instead we have earned it by our efforts. Down through the years our people have practiced thrift. They have been resourceful, courageous, far sighted. They have Worked hard, and our country has forged steadily ahead. This bank believes that so long as these basic American principles endure, and as long as business men, banks, the people and the government Work hand in hand, We will go forward. Our financial services can be very helpful to those who Wish to move ahead. THE BBEELEY IIIJTIUIIHL Bllllli GREELEY, COLORADO Member Federal Deposit Insiiraiice Corporation 257 COVERS BY BECKTOLD and now the 1938 CACHE LA PCUDRE THE BECKTCLD CCMPANY Hgzll? SPQlfQCt iid C1419 S6101 zFTfI'l1P4'Q66lO4'l,, You Get i V it Service n i all he? gli 'uk AX, the , 91 " ik Q' STERLING ' j, A Q Compliments 3 3 Hilfe' I nz 'rt 3 939 Ninth Avenue Phone 922 'tg haul ' " W N VVVVVVVVVV , Y, ,Y,Y,Y,Y,Y, ,,,, 7 7 'fE1Pl555Y2'f5 I "" V l lllll eeee e e e e e e e efe e e e e e eee 3 A'1" of your . In Greeley As In Your Vim Home Town It's Dependable i 'I A Q, Ln fi-Q 3 - H .. il ""' f fiidwl . W, K2 Meadow Gold Dairy . -g1:yA:,?...w5:5 5 - Z 5 Products . Iii , . , I4 W , ,jh::.'v.f 414 45' j!Qe...,.:f' U U- u ne . . . and The n QQ? TOGGERY 4- R.: - H 7, ALMA HEREFORD A WESTLAND THEATRE THEATRES 9 . ..f, EAL Distinctive Clothes For E Ladies Who Care 908 Eighth Avenue ., , 1 Q - '-,J ' V H V .'- I ,Lb , .2515 f 'ff' f I QV A A We Do It 53:15 ., al: , 3 :if 4 1 ll ff ' For You gigfis lajgiiiigfieeew '12, X as . X 0" A 5' ' ' 'ii - Phone 132-133 " .fi . M1.+- v .f ' . 2 f.f,w-11 el - he 4 3- 1 'I W A H 'i 718 Seventh Street ,dde Q Greeley Laundry Co. 259 'S 3 ,w vw? fv wp ,ffj ffm XE sf QQ av gag We are proud . . . The Tribune Printing Department is proud of this latest Cache la Poudre to come from its presses. Our Plant is equipped With the most modern machinery for doing fine printing, both letterpress and offset. We also have a photo engraving - department. The i Tribune-Republican Publishing Company 26' 'follow The Cfwwbs To The TEM! G GREELEY'S LEADING THEATRE Finest Motion Picture Entertainment De Luxe Stage Shows -At Popular Prices We've an EAR . . . 'Pe file GROUND f 0 Q I As soon as some smart designer decides to .n:u: perch a flower on a bonnet and start a :,J' ":. new fashion, Penney's hears about it! As Q Q nl soon as some chemist discovers a new pro- cess that makes colors immune to fading, f 1 Penney's is right there! We're quick to -" bring you the newest in fashion, the latest in scientific discovery. That's just one of the many ways Penney's works for YOU! I v p I! 'eongfuzfuiafcons and Rest washes 822 Sth St. , Greeley, Colorado J. C. N N GQ Phone 262 VICE 6uq1f0n!ev'.s'f Max Factor's Stage and Society Makeup Exclusively Eastman Kodaks and Supplies Cine Kodaks and Equipment L Cl' 1-1qlor's Golleqe Store The Store With "It" ACROSS FROM KEPNER HALL P R o G R E s S The WELD COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Eighth Ave.-Ninth St. Phone V DRINK HOLLY'S FRIENDLY I DRUGS 050 i The Crescent Drug Co. p . PHONE 414 GREELEY,COL0. 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Q. xx N Above WooIworth's on Eighth Ave. Distinctive Job Printing 1 Aiiiiiiiiiii iiiii 1 e e i'i'i'i'i'i'i'i'i'iiii"'iiiii iiiiiiiii 1 1 DANCE PROGRAMS iiiiii T iiiiiiiii iiii N 1 1013 Eghfh A Ph 1097 THE PLACE FOR PARTIES "Chicken In The Rough," GOIZQ TUQQQYS' The King Lumber C0 1 sos Ninth street 1 ' W V Greeley, Colorado Ulf IES Lumber, Q call our nnvnben' Men's Furnishings 715 S th St Ph Greeleyvs Style Store NN for Women X J. V., Smith 6' Son 43 - 11111 ioioioioioioioioioi oooo eieoeieie 1 1 11 ei,ieeieieieieieieieieeeieieieieieieieie eeeee 1 eeiei 1 11 1111111 111111111111111111111111 111111111 ,1,1 11111 1 1 1 11111111111111111 1 , l .i1 266 , , . For Scientific Eye Examination See EDWIN HAEFELI ipronounc dj r Y FLNEE HAI! M Hering Sz Repp Hdw. Co 808 Eighth Street Phone 460 Your Sporting Goods Store Builders' Hardware Radios Electrical Appliances School Supplies . . . Gifts Greeting Cards SCHRIVER BOOK STORE 815 Eighth st. The Book Store of Greel J Finance - Plans - Estimates Services on Above Remlerefl Free CONSULT Us Weller Lumber Co. V Fraterniiu and Sororitu Pins DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND SILVER FINE WATCH REPAIRING 0 Visit Our Gift Depctrtmevtt 0 Utter Jewelry Co. 826 Eighth Street U. P. Watch Inspectors Charles Ga1'1'etso11 Roy Utte Solitaire Quality Food Products Learn the Economy of Solitaire Quality Sold by All Independent Grocers Distributed by a Firm With a Reputation for Dependability The Morey Mercantile Company 267' I' THE SMARTEST GIFTS I are found at Clyde W. Blanchard Jewelry Co. Manufacturing Fraternity Jewelers ji 428 Sixteenth Street Denver, Colo HAN-SEN GREENHOUSE Phone 706 2415 Eighth Ave READY-TO -WEAR S-HOP U QF! X: 816 8zghthSt. f Qreele,0,Col0. NATIVITY PLAY V Nadine Harrah, soloist-Dean Wilson, Mary -The Cast and Setting 268 A Abrams, N. - Adams. Jeannette - 90 Adams, John Adams, K. - 70 Adams, L. - Adams, N. M. - - Adcock, H. - 104 Addington, C. Addington, E. Adolf, L. D. 70 Akers, F. - - Alberico. L. - Albrecht, H. - Albright, Z. - Allen, N. - - Alps, G. - - Amicarella, H. - - - 53 Amick, A. - Anderies. Andersen, K. 104 Anderson. Beulah Anderson. Emma F.- Lou 124 Anderson. M. Anderson, Anderson, William - Anderson, Winifrecl - 104 Andrews. B. Andrews, W. Arbuthnot, M. - - - Arganbright, M. ---- Armstrong. Leo - - - Arnhold, H. - Austin. E. R. Ayle, L. - - Ayres. K. - B Baab, Frances 62 Baab. Mildred Babcock, M. - Bacon, H. - Bailey, I. - - Baker. Marie Balch, C. - - Ball, V. - - Ballantyne, R. - - - Baller. M. - Barber. E. - Barker. A. - Barker, G. - Barnhart, F. Barnhart, V. Barnhart, William - Bartlett, F. - Bartlett, R. - P. 62 39 Bastian. J. - Bath, G. - 144 148 225 146 70 154 90 70 136 145 148 156 104 70 104 70 120 104 70 70 '70 104 104 104 198 206 232 104 70 154 70 154 164 144 150 90 104 90 167 70 104 158 152 70 104 104 172 146 104 104 96 70 150 144 104 150 161 152 104 124 161 150 33 70 104 198 146 172 162 204 90 211 236 195 198 171 214 164 164 234 158 157 144 146 104 144 168 211 150 162 162 70 214 234 164 160 146 200 90 70 70 171 70 188 215 173 150 198 70 200 190 200 168 194 146 70 152 104 164 160 242 150 187 234 156 188 186 86 se Bauder, E. - Baudino, A. - Baughman, L. Baum, N. - Beagle, L. - Bearley, W. - Beauvais, E. - Beckenhauer, R. - - - Becker. E. - Beem, J. - Beims. R. - Beisel, M. - Bell, A. M. - Bell, R. - Bell, T. - Benell - - - Bennett, E. - C. - Benway, P. - Benson, Berger. J. - Bergner. Billings. Bird, E.. - - A - Y. - A.- D.- Bishop. Bishop, Black. Etta - Blake, Richard - Blight, R. - Bluhm, R. - Boggs. B. - Bohlender, I. Boomer, J. - Boote. S.- - Bou rdon- niere, J. - Bourquin, E. Bousman, B. - Bower, M. - Boyd, Betty - 10 Boyd, C. M. - Boyd. Jack - Brady, G. - Bratton. F. - Breeden, L. - Breen. D. - Bridwell, F. - Briggs. B. - Brokaw, M. - Brook. D. C. Brook. Francine - Brooks. Bonnie - Brooks. Donald - Brothers Ann Brothers, Naomi Brown, E. M. Brown, Geneva - Brown, Iona Brown, Kay Brown, Marshall - Brown, Mary Brunlchardt, B. - - - Brunner, H. Bryant, E. - 124 104 214 62 5 136 58 52 71 96 70 104 152 71 190 217 124 71 124 71 105 56 90 52 145 223 148 65 124 116 150 172 71 90 132 90 71 58 70 160 71 104 169 71 120 162 150 71 86 206 221 148 160 152 71 146 210 105 105 71 56 156 86 71 146 232 152 96 96 152 155 157 71 178 150 105 96 124 160 144 71 144 124 90 162 71 116 164 164 70 150 195 86 188 86 164 86 184 166 158 150 158 173 210 239 152 192 169 192 39 105 164 216 154 188 105 164 233 86 188 71 213 180 71 150 215 236 180 173 173 169 167 168 162 150 208 105 164 192 162 152 161 198 160 71 204 148 188 71 164 162 211 Bucher, M. - Bullock, E. - Bunnell, A. - Burbridge, M. J. - Burbridge, Vera. - Burbridge, Virginia - Burchett, L. Burg, M. - - Burggraff, T. Burns, F. - Busch, S. A. Bush. G. - - Butler, M. - C Caldwell, J. - Camp, L. - Campbell, Leona rd - Campbell, Louis - - Carlson. H. - Carter, B. - Carver, T. - Cecil, M. - Chase. Emerson - Chase, Genevieve - Cheney, B. - Chenoweth, R. - - - Cheramy, R. - Childress, N.D.-- Christensen, F, - - Christensen, M.A.-- Cicmanec, L.A.-- Clark, G. - Clayton, R. - Cline, I. B. - Coffman, J. - Cole. L. - - Colwell. B. - Cometto, D. - Conant, H. - Conarty, J. Conover. Nancy - - Conradson, M. - - Cook, Genevieve - Cooper, Amey Cordill. A. A.- Corey, M. - Corsberg, J.- Costanza, A.- Coltfingham. 71 86 96 71 105 71 150 46 105 124 105 124 162 105 56 155 72 105 72 148 146 '- 12 148 176 96 146 72 96 158 150 146 150 90 96 124 150 158 71 173 210 146 152 96 124 105 43 168 152 105 120 162 72 72 154 132 152 234 160 105 72 160 150 72 144 173 72 154 72 184 116 132 157 148 173 152 96 182 105 162 162 212 211 210 124 164 145 152 145 52 184 86 194 207 105 154 190 71 96 234 240 160 150 164 176 160 235 242 178 211 164 105 162 239 162 150 154 238 72 59 162 158 162 150 238 155 195 216 194 Countrayman, B. - - - 105 146 192 209 234 Cox, V. - - 72 144 Cozzens, L. - Craig, R. - - 105 Crane, R. - Crites, F. - 72 144 Cromer. E. - Cronbaugh, L. - - - 120 Crosier, C. - 132 Cross. T. - - Crow, Donald 116 146 Crozier, B. - 58 86 Cullen, F. 124 Curnow, M. - 124 Currey, D. - Curry, V. - Curtis, J. - D Dalley, M. - D'Amatb, P. - 105 Daugherty, L. Gladys - 136 Davis, Lewis - Davis, Mary - 106 145 Davis, Rhoda 72 Davis, Robert Dawson. Frank - - Dawson, Leota - - 96 156 Dawson, Robert - Dawson, Virginia - Day. C. - - Decker. F. - Deering, G. - DeHaven, L. DeLong, Helen Louise - 96 DeLong, Lewis - - DeMary, E. - 106 145 161 Dempsey M. J. - Devine, F. - DeVotie, M. - 106 156 DeWalt, V. - Dickson, M. - 72 Diedrich, D. - Diefendorf, N. - - Dillon. D. - Dinsmore, Robert - - Dixon. 'D. - 96 150 Doak, G. - - Doane, B. J.- 124 152 Dodge. C. - Doherty, T. - 34 106 168 190 156 216 236 150 145 72 150 161 238 158 155 157 152 72 86 96 157 150 106 172 154 42 106 186 236 58 124 132 72 173 146 168 132 160 233 72 154 72 72 160 194 240 146 206 26.9 158 233 243 176 72 162 164 194 43 194 241 105 211 214 158 180 169 169 150 158 105 196 188 162 148 198 235 16-L 90 146 234 243 120 152 72 234 164 207 96 160 176 152 132 182 236 150 164 164 72 152 239 164 116 238 242 120 167 211 248 Dolph, D. - Dorsey. Oneta Dorward, H.- Dotson, M. - Doty, Eleanor Doty, James - Doty, Mary - Dransfeldt, M. - - - 48 Drew, T. - Drexel, Blanche - Drexel, Kathryn - Drumm, L. - Drummond, W.--, 56 Drummond, H. - - - Duen weg, H. Duggan, R. - 136 52 Durrette, Beulah - - 106 E Easterday, V, . - - Eaton, H. - Ebel, K. - - Eberhart, M.- Eckhardt, D.- Edgar, C. - Edwards, lvlargaret - Eichman, C.- Elder, R. - - 57 Eldred, A. - Ellicott, C. - Elling - Elson, V. - Emcrick, M.- Emery. L. - 64 Engel, A. - English, Van 136 English, Vivian - 73 Erickson, Roy - - Erickson, Ruth Erixon, M. -120 Espinoza. C.- Evans. Marcia - Evans, Richard - Ewer, N. - - Ewers, B. - 86 F Fackler, M. - Fagerberz, Madeline - Fallis, A. - Faris, D. - Farlee, L. - Farmer, Ada. '73 Farmer, Marjorie - Farnum, Arline - - Farnum, J. - 96 Farnworth, William - - 73 Fasold. J. - Ferman, C. - Ferrero. M. - 106 Fields, R. - 90 206 Finley. Margaret -' Finley, Ruth- Fiscus, D. - Fitzsimmons, V. - - - Fleer, L. - - Fleming. R. - Foard, R. - - Force, Wm. - 73 Foster. Edith 2 70 96 16 90 73 53 16 90 58 145 45 73 86 120 90 206 172 57 73 157 73 73 72 73 57 46 7 46 46 44 08 73 24 73 90 73 148 73 198 106 90 39 155 208 132 184 167 146 96 120 150 73 73 96 73 173 106 106 150 116 152 211 182 132 150 161 157 162 158 207 90 162 73 162 73 145 173 190 132 132 157 190 211 146 152 97 162 211 240 97 64 164 240 150 239 184 '73 167 168 64 136 106 96 167 190 211 188 106 168 148 240 144 161 178 150 162 190 182 50 180 195 146 173 157 176 188 73 232 236 239 184 162 186 164 164 90 73 194 236 184 73 182 180 86 208 216 178 206 190 236 235 184 154 162 204 233 243 198 96 160 106 145 136 164 236 243 146 Foster, Jayne Foster, Morrine Fonst, B. - Fowler, M. France, A. Francen, E. - Frank, G. Frazier, R. - Frazier. W. - Fripp, E. Fritschel, A.- Fry. G. - Fulleton, G. - Funk, G. - Gahm, E. - Gallavan, K. - Garrison, W.- Gardner, Garver, Garvin, . Gee, M. - Gelder, B. B H. S. Gerber, Getsch, E. Gholson, M. - Gibbs, M.- Gibson, Marie - Gilbert, Elsie - Gilbert. Sterling Gilchrist, Fred - Gover. M. Goddard, Maclelene Goddard, Willa - Godley, H. Goetzel. M. - Goff, K. - Gomez, H. Gooden, O. Goodwin, J. Gordon, Chester Gordon, Ray Gossett. B. Graham, Bruce - Grant, L. Gray, Don Gray, John Grebner. E. Green, P. Greene. W. Grewell, J. Griest, Charley Griest. Howard Gross, V. - Grothe, M.M.- Guenzi, Albina - Guenzi. Dorothy Gullette. Eugene - Gutfelder, L.- Guyton. G. Gyte, M. E. - Haas. B. - Hackler, D. - Haefeli, J. Hagan, M. Hagquist, Hall, Iva - Hallinan, Hallock, M. R. - Hamilton, ?Alex - Hamilton, Bill - - Hamilton, Virginia B.- B.- R. - 120 73 74 74 106 97 G 106 136 97 116 157 132 74 56, 74 97 97 124 60 107 H 132 35 167 124 161 156 162 160 145 146 74 146 158 148 74 156 184 74 146 97 58 150 124 106 124 124 74 74 150 136 173 90 154 176 86 74 107 146 157 74 50 168 96 152 168 160 164 90 162 146 162 154 132 160 132 148 58 190 194 150 167 206 74 157 162 106 145 106 154 208 157 145 74 106 157 106 152 159 160 162 158 211 154 173 74 208 216 155 150 146 190 74 154 74 74 190 74 97 150 107 184 173 208 106 198 227 176 74 192 74 144 65 164 154 200 173 188 164 38 146 152 235 90 211 207 74 162 168 243 150 37 193 173 106 198 180 146 162 216 161 116 1.J0 162 146 196 145 74 106 74 194 59 162 173 107-217 164 176 180 212 214 173 212 150 213 234 158 158 148 211 164 171 136 164 164 241 194 190 162 156 243 97 190 86 214 216 Hamlin, G. - Hamlow, D. C. - Hammer, B. - Hammond, Helen - - Hammond, John - - Hampton, L.- Haning, W. - Hankins, R. - Hansen, C. - Harbaugh, H, . . . Harbert, M. - H aarcleroad, Hard, H. O. - Harlan. D. - Harrah, N. - Harrah, R. - Harris, Gail - Harris, Glenn Harris, Marjorie - Harris. Patricia - Harris, Virginia - Harrod. S. - Harryman, F, - - - Hart, Bruce E. - Hart, Helen - Hart, John - Hartman, B. - Havenga, H.- Haworth, W.- Hay. M. - - Hays, M. - - Haythorn, M. H. - Heckart, Bernita - - Heckert, Betty - - Hecomovich, J, - - - Heinze, R. - Heitmann, V.- Henderson. Astor - - Henderson, Dorothy - Henderson, Freda - - Hendrickson, E. - - - Herman, Joe Herman. Lou Hernandez, C. - - - Hettinger, L. Hiatt, Gerald Hibhs, M. - Hieber, Lucille - - Hieber, Ruth Hill, James - Hill, Margaret Hill. Marybeth - I-Ioburg, M. - Hofen, L. - Hoff, Edgar - Hoff, Ira - - Hohenstein, A. - - - Holland, Myrna - - Hollins, T. - Holloway, F.- Holmquist, R. - - - Holroyd, E. - Hoist, A. - - Holtorf, H. - Horne, B. - Hosselkus, C. H. - Howell. Dorothy - Howell, Virginia - Huhbs, L. - - Hughes, D. - 61 86 116 75 155 90 65 90 97 146 212 75 160 60 107 168 97 97 107 97 154 116 145 75 97 154 43 107 91 144 107 107 148 214 75 91 148 137 107 155 208 75 61 137 107 145 125 36 107 191 206 233 75 150 97 75 162 158 136 198 132 162 75 152 173 233 162 146 190 137 194 173 90 145 169 124 155 150 116 41 107 169 167 75 75 194 125 148 190 217 150 91 162 125 144 162 210 160 75' 146 S6 154 215 75 152 167 210 236 160 75 107 173 91 75 107 165 180 155 74 238 157 186 188 132 190 190 239 164 167 210 158 75 207 107 184 173 195 120 207 152 161 168 91 162 57 75 213 184 46 86 200 182 107 168 189 56 164 180 235 152 75 190 211 222 107 162 144 164 176 152 125 180 198 216 178 75 162 211 158 75 208 216 152 162 107 168 211 283 164 160 182 212 177 162 145 177 Hunter, Josephine - Hunter, Max R. - - 52 57 Hursh, E. - 75 Hurt, D. - - Hyde, M. 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