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m fitil V Ann Vliè-holS r . +V- » CACHE LA POUDRE 1942 Greeley, Colorado I give this book to YOU os a représentation of life. In it, you will find many mistakes. I opologize for thèse, but I sincerely hope tbat you will dérive os much hoppiness from its depths as I hâve received by making it. And to those people who hâve been an inspiration and guide . . . to tnose on my staff who hâve proved themselves worthy ond dependable . . . to my associâtes and family and friends on the campus . . . to Dick Sorby, Bob and Bethel, the Greeley Tribune, Mr. Perrine, the z— aepartment . . . to Dannie who has done more than I could ever hope to repay — I say, " Thanks a thousand rimes. I couldn ' t hâve asked for more loyal friends. 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Then winter folded us into her cloak . . . the cold tower of Gunter raised defiantly against a cotder sky . . . warm hearts and cheery greetings from inside . . . and the wintry sun had crept in to warm itself before our hearth. ' " December stared us bleakly in the face . . . the thermometer dropped . . . the dim candie of dawn greeted us as we came an hour earlier to classes . . . the clouds dripped with newer flakes tufting the bare birches like stars upon silver fingers ... a lace edged valentine in our memory. Now, more than any other time, we enjoy our west and iis freedom. We began this year in collège with a reduced enrollment. We hâve given many brillianr minds to the cause, but out of this world of un- certainty we remember that hère we need little fear the bombing of planes . . . the screech of guns. Our mountain tops still stand defiantly against a deep blue sky. Our val- leys are blooming with clover and fruit. There ' s still a blue bird sing- ing across the field . . . we are se- cure and happy hère. West uui uUU Can ' t you just remember when? Ir seems rhe frosh hâve for- gorten rhe bonfire for rhe moment. 10 And who should be at rhe freshmen mixer dancing . . . but . . . and it wos fun smacking balloons . . . and things . . . rhen came rhe killer of ail joys . . . handing over rhe pocketbook. 11 We had lots of fun around lunch time . . . every noon we wandered in to Bru-inn. There would be Mr. Carson or Mr. Lindou . . . he often indulged in frosties, you know . . . during the doy . . . Lou would give us that big smile of his, swell kid, Lou . . . Lillian wos tops, too. In the evening, Nancy didn ' t do so badly . . . havir.g a good time? 12 Life at the dorms seems to be a liffrle bit rough on the boys now a ' days .... whaf say kids, hoving fun? X I proudly présent our professors, strong in heart, brilliant, spirited, and deeply courageous. You shall remember their words and their philosophies long past the echoes of graduation. I don ' r like to think of rhem as mcn ai)4 women who merely hand our test papers and mark down grades in a record book. They are more the basic feelings of our éducation. They hâve an intangible way of insriliing into the heart of the stu- dent, educafional insight and the real- ization of greatness in the world. " Books are a finer world within the world. " Alexander Smith Bchind thc eight bal ■r- . ■■ Democracy is the essence of liberty . . . Student Council is our voice in such democracy . . . it is the nucleus of freedom . . . it is hère thor you and I say what we think . . . it is hère that ail activities find their beginning. Student Council is the government of the students ... for the students . . . and BY THE STUDENTS. MLM Al Alberico Genette Benning Betty Berryhill Florabel Carpenter Phyllisanne Davis Bill Drummond Shirley Flieger Rgth Frederick Joe Hart Inez Helterbran James Jacobson Dale Miller Beverley Lloyd Pauline Reddish Joyce Sawyers Earl Vaughn Bill Woodworth pt 20 Abour the end of rhe quarter . . . if was a common sight fo see some energetic classes . . . finie out for dancing . . . and way back by fhe woll under fhe ribbon . . . isn ' f fhof Walf and Bessie . long rime, no see . . . 21 22 Présidera Frasier 23 Uï. tlïmentïout educotion is achievement 24 DR. CRAWLEY . . . collège and lïf e 25 heY D rfie ■•£.» » ::- .co 6 , fc , W MR. SHAW . . . genïus ot work. CLARENCE BAAB . . . The thin mon . . . big heort . . . good Joe 28 RALPH BISHOP Printer ' s Devil . swell guy. EUGENE CARTER plenty crafty . . music maker. RICHARD ELLINGER Ronold Coleman of our collège. DR. CECIL HUTCHCROFT versatile air-minded JOHN MARIANI photo- genic lassoes door knobs cowboy F. W. IRELAND architect NEWBURN expert artist VERA nutnf lonol real fnend BERNICE MAGNIE to do children ' s art TSUNI NOGUCHI art critic . s c u likes ptor BEATRICE SHERRILL belle from South Carolina MRS. EDITH WEIBKING " Mother " to dorm girls 29 A EARLE U. RUGG . . . fomous brother of a famous brother BETSY ANDERSON . . . Southern belle . . . " Let me tell you, honey " MRS. LOIS ARMSTRONG Kentucky accent DR. DARRELL B A R N A R D . . . Contact man . . . 30 scientist . . e d uc a t o r S. C. BEDINGER . . . golfer lawyer MARGARET BOTTINELLI " Get s o m e sleep! " peppy cheertul HELEN BRODBURY Smoll ...delightfully féminine DR. N. CONGDON " You wont your test scores ' " reseorch technicia.n WAYNE CAMPBELL l 1 branan musician GEORGE DAMON ...consumer scient i st.. . expert marksman JAMES FINN l om " . " unaccustomed as visual aid expert ARTHUR i. FOSTER teaching mstructor . . . . student lots of fun GRACE GODFREY charming sensible . . . excellent teocher 31 EULAH GOODEN hbranon good notured fun... LUCILE HARRISON olwoys pleasant and smiling JOSEPHINE HALVERSON small . . . businesslike , . heart of gold DR J. D. HEILMAN " Doc industnous . . . good Joe IRENE HANSEN unassummg . . . Irke- oble interesting conversotionalist . . PRICE HOPKINS always busy . . . " J u s t c a I I me H o p p y " . . . GERALD KINCAID... personable gentleman . . . high school odviser GENEVIEVE LYFORD a good beginning for every pre-school child . . . interested in her work . . . W. L. KNIES . . . efficient . . MRS. DORIS NEWÇOMB . . . enthusiastic . d i g n i f i e d f r i e n d I y energetic LUCY ROSENQUIST sweet . quiet . . . elementary teacher MRS. ADELGUNDA SCHOEN . . beau- DR. F. L. tiful artist . . . charming . . . gracious WHITNEY . . research authority . . . humorous but dignified OLIVER L. TROXEL Trox " . . . gardener . . . sports enthusiast . . . |oker MRS. DOROTHY BENNETT producer of clever swtmming carnivals . . sweet person LOUNIS C. BUTLER " Little Caesar " . . . Iikes to hunt and fish . . . talks of past . . . dreams of future basketball teams . . . JEAN CAVE of humor Keen sensé vigorous personahty J. S. DOUBENMIER . . . " Dobby " one of the " great " m cooches ELIZA- BETH SCOTT oviator . . . athlète . . . New Yorker HELEN ELUS New Eng- lander . . . doncer . . . Itkes " Herdy gerdy " . . . R. P. TER- RELL , . . " Red " . . . man from the South sportman JOHN HANCOCK . . . We were robbed ' " . . . hkes c a r- pentering hunter DR. E. von d e n STEINEN . . . " Doc " " O, boy, a hemstitch |ob ' " 35 « •ôs-jh EVELYN NEWMAN... éloquent champion of democracy . . . sincère MARGARET BLACKBURN . . . demands action . . . petite mighty with words, is she . . . ELIZABETH CARNEY . . . student teaching . . . h e I p f u I . . . encouraging NEAL CROSS . . . complete- ly literate more fun! Bru-lnn socialite . . . MRS. CATHERINE GIBERT .- . . " Pépita and I " . . . brilliant woman LESLIE DAE LINDOU . . . wonderful personality . . . preacher . . . bicyclist fencer . . . good friend JOSEPHINE HAWES . . . literary lady . . FLORENCE MEYER . . . nature lover . . interesting HELEN LANGWORTHY . . . demure . . . dramatic . . . petite . . . DR. MARGARET MULRONEY suave intelligent DR. FRANCIS SHOEMAKER . . . philosopher ... in- formai . . . " Humanity first " DR. S. R. TOUSSAINT bass voiced Demos- thenes . . . debator. . . HELENE ZAHNEN... friendly . . . music lover 37 JAMES DeFOREST CLINE . . . cçmposer . . . con- ductor of symphonies DR. J. E. CHADWICK pian- ist . . . obliging . . . coopérative MRS. BLANCHE COLLINS . . . " Everybody sings! " 38 HENRY T. GINSBURG artist exquisite E. E. MOHR . collects musi- cians busts . . . ralented . EDNA HOYDAR plays the piano well . . . nice to know DONALD MOORE young fnendly . . . band moster . . CARL MELANDER the golden boritone " . . . ADOLPH WEISER inter- ested in photography . . . composer for violin 39 FRANK C. JEAN . . . noted biologist . . . fine counselor . . . inspiring leader DONALD DECKER gressive educator . . . . pro- sc ientist MRS. HELEN BLOUGH . . practical scientist . . . painsraking . . . DR. W. G. BOWERS . pointer . . . chemist . . . collecter of valuable art . . . DR. E. C. HARRAH . . . basketboll enthusiast . . . photographer . . . hunter 40 FRED L. HERMAN . f I y e r . . . physicist . . . energetic . . . ROBERT REYNOLDS . . " landlocked sailor " . . . young ma the ma t i c i a n ELIZABETH KENDEL lovable . . . cheerful lady . . . musician . . EDITH SELBERG . likes her little " kids " . . . bacteriologist DR. A. E. MALLORY . good fixer- upper . . . likes gordening . . . sports . . . KENNETH TEGTMAN . . hand- some . . . scientist . . . photographer 41 Singer . contribution from Californie) GEORGE A. BARKER " globe-trotter " entertammg rare humor GALYE DEARBORN busy shv high schoo! social studies teacher 42 Coda Jfr DR. O. M. DICKERSON . " Colonel " . . . individualistic . . . " Mr. Chips ' ' of social studies division . PAULINE POGUE . . . attractive . . enthusiastic DR. C. A. HALES . . " Southern Yankee " . charming drawl . . . DOUGLAS S. WARD Just ask me FITZHUGH L. HAMBRICK friendly. .conscientious LEE R. WEST ' Contact " .natural humorist 43 Confidentially, it reolly wasn ' t foir to put this in of Dobby . . . but we just couldn ' t resist . . . hope you don ' t mind. And here ' s Mr. Baab . . . joliy . . . under- standing ... a proud forhcr by the way . . . and a friend that ' s just tops . . . 44 » :: z . -- ,o,n Mo ,.ani, o» lW " « s ' „ v p eoP e HUt I U e S- ' -■ • see you - . ■ - — e " n9 ond A»eo. -o • ' Doc «M .., Our fighting front — hère are the little unexpecred voices, rhe sometimes for- gorten heroes. The bond playing strong and loud, the hush of excitement, the fïres of victory — rhe humbieness of de- féat — and always there beneath rhe cheers and rhe shouting is the sport if-self clean and strong and powered . . . And the coiored banners and the uniforms and the trumpets — and the players who make the sports world more than rhe shadows of a football stadîum or the shrill whistles of a bas- ketbati court. For hère is the feeling of youth and strength and brilliance. " This world belongs to the energetic. " Emerson. Bobby Flieger the year . . . . athlète of Program, get your officiai program . . . names, numbers, and pictures of each and every player . . . popcorn . . . Kr isplets . . . what ' s the score? . . . watch out, it ' s a pass . . . is he hurt? . . . conférence cham- pionship? . . . are you going to C. C. ? iWow!!!) I hear Régis won . . . ' nuf said! 48 One day I stopped a few minutes in Bru-lnn . . . gossip hunting . . . and who shouid be conferring but the Coach and " Doc " . . . looks interesting . . . shall we listen in? Football games . . . Indian summer . . . crisp evenings . . . and three cheers for Président Frasier. fun- huh? Now--what , ' s the matter? -? e 50 PETE BUTLER Cooch Doubenmier DOC VON DEN STEINEN HHHMHKM RED " TERRILL JOHN HANCOCK BILL MAIN 170 pounds Quorrerbock Ml Conférence, 2nd team The pause fhat refreshes. Things we won ' t forget . . . " Tossing Tommy ' s uncanny accuracy . . . " Bounding Bobby " off tackle . . . Sears on a reverse . . . The Mines game . . . C.C. spécial . . . championship game . . . Big Bill Singen . . . Then came Régis . . . Ug ! STAN LEE 175 pounds End PAUL McCAMMON 1 60 pounds Fnd BRICK GRAYUM Monoger I TOM SUTAK 1 80 pound Fullbock 56 GREELEY ys. Wyoming Coach Hancock unveiled the 1941 gridiron machine . . green, inexperienced . . . Wyoming and " Shadow " Ray . . . It ' s a pass . . . Sutak to Main equals six points. Greeley . . Final score, Wyoming 19, Greeley 6 . . . Sutak, Main, Dannels, and Arnold looked good. GREELEY vs. Mines Greeley opens conférence season . . . Underdogs . . . Tossin ' Tom tosses ' em . . . Sears, Stafford and Brown catch ' em. 19 peints Greeley. Greeley is ahead . . . Mines is ahead . . . Final score Greeley 19, Mines 14 GREELEY vs. Brigham Young A trip to Provo, Utah . . Second game with a big seven team in a row . . . Bears out- classed . . . Cougars had more expérience, weight . . . Terrifie team . . . Final score BrighamYoung University 26, Greeley O . . . Sutok, Main, Dannels, Arnold, and Brown played outstanding bail. GREELEY vs. Montana State Homecoming — !! . . . 3,500 people there . . . sloppy game . . . Greeley over confident . . Bears mussed several scoring oppor- tunités. Tossin ' Tom plunges for score . . . Boundin ' Bobby boots the extra point. Greeley wins 7-6 GREELEY vs. Western State Gunnison . . . Muddy field . . . Boundin ' Bobby has a field day . . . Scores 13 himself . passed to Brown=7 . . . Tied for conférence leadership . . . Good heads-up football . Final score Greeley wins 20-7 GREELEY vs. Arizona State Out weighted 20 Ibs. per man . . . Last year they won 41 -0 . . . Greeley on the défensive . . Sutak out of game . . . Sears injured . . . Arizona had bad breaks . . . Touchdown in last period . . Arizona wins 6-0 GREELEY vs. Colorado Collège Championship game . . . CC spécial . . . Big Bill Singen ' s last game . . . beautiful day . . Greeley scores ... a pass Sutak to Sears=6 points — Bobby ' s Educated toe=7 . . . Singen scores for CC. Half time score 7-7 . . . Boy is it hot . . . Second half . . . This cne belonged to CC and Bill Singen . . Singen — fine, powerful runner, kicker, passer . . . handsome too . Final score Singen and CC 21 , Greeley 7 GREELEY vs. Régis Cold as he-- ... 14 above . . Oh Yea 1 Try and play football in weather like that . . . Boys hâve no fire, no hustle . . Season ended at CC. Sutak passes . . Greeley lacks that certain punch . . Régis scores . twice . . and wins . . 13-0 . . . Ug ! Nuf said . . . 57 lTlU 1 45 hopefuH report f re shmen too „ phYS1 col e%« „ . . boy, t0 cooch B- ri « ' b - o|| the Hdd by îf klddi n ' , « , q uipm«« • ' the vorsiry today • ■ he or we scr.mmoge first doy? " • 58 The frosh had o four game schedule . . . They won rhree, Ibst one . . . First there was Mesa Junior Collège . . . Mesa won 13-0 . . . The Baby Blasters from Mines came next . . . Did we ever show themî . . . Gree- ley frosh, 26, Mines frosh, 6 . . . Pueblo Junior Collège . . . Bear cubs won 28-0 . . . C.C. kittens proved to be jusr that . . . We romped over them 26-0 . . . Suc- cessful season . . . Ourstanding men . . . Briggs, Donahue, Moser, Brown, Pasquali, Cornellis, and Barry. „ „ sco S .n ' S ove, h " " d Betdl . i. «« ' " • " ; " .Ce-»» " " ' " ' D la ,.- «« ' be pu■.M .s.•-« 9?ao „„ ob .,on C m o.e, c°»P hey ore ok ' M Jcs ,i„o«ion " T,t ■ • •« " " " ' " , " U9 » " ' " " " " . . thot is • Dériver uegi " Oklohon»- City, W| reoUy be a gome! t0 Gree»ey • • 60 Soy, Cooch Butler ' s sure on the bail . . . good pre-season schedule with first class teams plus a tournament in Gunter Kall . . . Prospects are good for the Conférence race, too ... I wonder who will make the first five. Harry Stokes, Earl Vaughn, Paul Vaughn, Darrel Doty, Jim Miller, War- ren Meyers, Bill Zable, Jim Soran, Dick Emery, Harold Wolfe, Lou Vida- kovich, and Jack Forsythe will be in the running . . . Boy, let some one else pick them, that ' s no job for me. NON CONFERENCE SEASON C.S. CE. vs. American Beouty - C.S. CE. vs. First Fédéral ______ C.S. CE. vs. Denver Légion -____- C.S. CE. vs. Denver University - - - - _ C.S. CE. vs. Aggies -------- C.S.C.E. vs. Phillips " 66 " ------ C.S. CE. vs. Wyoming University - PRE SEASON TOUR C.S.C.E. vs. C.S.C.E. vs C.S.C.E. vs New Mexico Highlands - New Mexico Highlands - - - - New Mexico Aggies - C.S.C.E. vs. New Mexico Aggies - - C.S.C.E. vs. Chihuahua State Collège - C.S.C.E. vs. Chihuahua State Collège - OKLAHOMA TOURNAMENT C.S.C.E. vs. Baylor -------- C.S.C.E. vs. Springfield, Missouri - C.S.C.E. vs. Oklahoma City University - 52-27 43-35 33-47 37-39 44-37 29-35 29-50 54-24 49-31 36-31 35-30 42-47 40-47 44-64 30-34 45-20 CONFERENCE SEASON C.S.C.E. vs. Montana State - C.S.C.E. vs. Montana State - C.S.C.E. vs. Colorado Mines - C.S.C.E. vs. Colorado Collège - C.S.C.E. vs. Western State - C.S.C.E. vs. Western State - C.S.C.E. vs. Colorado Mines - - - - C.S.C.E. vs. Colorado Collège - NATIONAL A. A. U. C.S.C.E. vs. Arkadelphia, Arkansas 38-46 42-47 48-39 43-26 54-40 56-48 66-39 53-40 42-47 Darrell Doty, Forword 6 ' 3 " AH Conférence Second Team Dick Emery, Forword 6 ' 0 " AH Conférence Jack Forsythe, Guard 6 ' 1 " Worren Meyers, Guard 6 ' 2 " Jim Miller, Forward 6 ' 0 " Jim Soron, Forward 5 ' 10 ' 62 Cft D Bill Zabel, Forward 5 ' 10 " Harold Wolf, Guard 5 ' 11 ' Lou Vidakovich, Center 6 ' 5 " Paul Vaughn, Guard 5 ' 10 " Eorl Vaughn, Guard 6 ' 1 " Ail Conférence Harry Stokes, Center 6 ' 5 " Ail Conférence 63 Pre-seoson Toumoment s - ' ■ - : - : - D.U. . . . Dorrell Doty. No. 3, " pots one " for Greeley . . . Eorl Voughn, No. 6, and Dick En- No. 1 1, move in . . . Wîlson of D.U. looks on. C.S.C.E. vs. Phillips " 66 " . Jack Forsyth on a drive-in scored for the Bears . Freiberger of Phillips ïs attempting to stop the shot as Grady Lewis ' 77» looks on. .s- M Ai Tourne " ■ Co G- oga ,n ' ' ' . Mo. ' » ' - for G ' ee,£ " So . 3. ' on - ond W " 505 Conférence Play . . . C.S. CE. vs. Western State ... Jim Miller, No. 8, makes two points for the Bears in their march to second consécutive conférence championship . . . Jones (55 1 vainly trys to stop the shot. 65 V " They look nappy, don ' t they? . . . Wouldn ' t you, if you were going on a tnp . . . New Mexico, Texas, Oklohomo, and Old Mexico . . . ? Oh, yes, they were playmg basketboll, too ' . . . " The Boys " are from left to right . . . Coach Butler (wlthout a cigan . . . Jack Forsythe . . . Bud Fullerton . . . Jim Miller . . . Bill Zabel . . . rHarry Stokes . . . Dick Emery . . . Earl Vaughn . . . Harold Wolf Paul Vaughn . . Darrell Doty . . . Warren Meyers. 66 Remember fhat score ... S points in one minute . . . and the Conférence Champion- ship. . . . All-Conference Dick Emery in ac- tion . . . Wonder who he is passing to? . . . l ' Il bet we mode 2 points anywoy . . . Western State is the other team. Tommy Sutak . . . Coach . . . Didn ' t win mony games . . . Always put up a tough battle ... A few good varsity prospects. Timothy, Ragni, Bectold . . . The squad pictured . . . From left to right . . . Chapman, Hendricks, Sennett, Michals, Olin, Aspergen, Ragni, Rush, Bectold, Coach Sutak, and Johnson 68 Conférence d se ven c C.S.C.E. ■ „_„„, Wood derson, go ore 70 . ,s.eae— -;:: Top P ' c,ure ' ' . orW»ng on „,ind chomp, ,s Ne xt ■ ■ ' p ;; e - ■ mon iU5t .oav ChucW W t V» Soger Uh toscy " 6 Qt hot ,snt tnere m ustbedo ' «B°; ondth ebaVS.-_ of cooch HoncocX ,„ PS. Soger -on - ■ • n- the f oUo 9 -e- o ove ,Un.- ve,s,V 2 C r S s C c E £ 28 ; Y°«7 Unwe,,V . S .cE. - 0 » ' « conférence «- ' 3_C.S.C.E- 2 ' " °°c " Vo seos 0o °° den S fe the ' So did m. 9o °d A e f e C.S CF ' 46 ' 2- Cm ° rad °A Qa : ■ ■ Th e , ' ' - KA ° ' ° r °do I, " ' es HS,y - ' ■ C ° ' ° r °cfo (,„. 99-es 3. D ,- ' 46 «mH 7! TENNIS 1941 Our Bear racket men won second place in conférence . . . Won from Régis . . . Colo- rado Aggies . . . Hotshots were Deon Rugg . . . " Hank " Markus . . . Lettermen . . . Rice, Gullette, Timothy, Trammel, Win- chester. TENNIS 1942 Weak squad ... 3 lettermen . one numeral- mon . . . lots of hustle, " Hank " Markus back . . Reed Timothy . Boys to watch Belcher, Shepherd, Keers, Peterson. SWIMMING 1942 No varsity men . . . squad mostly frosh ... ail meets cancelled but one . . . our mer men really performed . . . shellacked Wyoming 51-28 . . . Wailes, Wilkins Coundit, Welber, Wolfe, Donahue, Gann, Berry . . . Greeley ' s swimmers. 72 BASEBALL Conférence Champs 1941 Tie with Colorado Collège for first place . . . Team finished above 500 mark . . . won from Mines . . . Régis . rwice . . . splir with C.C. . . . non- conference . . . won from . . . Wyoming . . . Denver Bears . . . Ail conférence men . . . Green . . . Riddock . . . Sutak . . . Walla . . Other lefter men . . . Woods . . Pivonka .. E Vaughn ... P. Vaughn . . Flieger . Duggan . . . Meilinger . . . Reed Keifer . . Funk. 74 ,. ' . i BASEBALL 1942 Good prospects . . . freshmen eligible for varsiry compétition . . . strong outfield . . Poul Vaughn and Bobby Flieger good battery . . . Ike Woods cotching . . . Earr Vaughn, Olie Green pitching . . . Tom Sutak at second base . . Men to wotch . . . Olin, Con- boy, Ragnï, Pasqualli, Neville Randall, Corpenello, Riskosky . . . Lets bring home the bacon boys. a 75 oess » " " . ■ ■ a ft . - | ode ° s M eve s „ c on eW - c ' Steve w— . . on d ev ne co ,n o. • ■ • , w V fd e nC e et • ■ ' tl a ,„ 220 Y c V °° " ' U seoson • • • , rs , and o bo o 9 ■ ■ " » n.g P " ' coOSl stent P° ' rf 9 . Seors • p L,nWeti 6 4 Vi C.S.CEA v nes 8 Co)orodo hAines 76 TRACK 1942 Freshmen eligible because of war . . . very good pros- pect . . . Transportation problem . . . Dick Emery ail around man . . , Warren Plunkett good m hurdles . . . Lyle Dînes a sure fire in 440 yd. dash . . Others to be counted on ... E. Thompson . . . Davis . . . Sears . . . Ballard . . . Stokes ... G Thomas . . . Stroh Elliott . . Walters . . . Vaughn . Quote Han- cock . . . " We will be ready to take on anything in conférence " . . . let ' s make it three in a row, boys. 77 9ntïamuïaU 11 II» Billiards . . . Molahini again came out on top . . . Faculty second ... Phi Delta Pi third . . . Hot shots Darret Doty, Paul Vaughn, Dick Senett. $a O e»o Y»o ye VI o " e veC( 1 se c o«« eo ' d psi " . --,b°° ooe ° , oW « " _ai " VCoPP° %0 eV " 9 e ' ' $»» ,Ves- di«°. me " S in» » ' in9 Go n»n»o VtopP° tW» ' a seco° d • yf, W««» S ' Sto» ' 0» b " ' e et»e ' tfu«« " " c Çr ' tc y et Sto 78 Basketball . . . Lambda Gamma Kappa showed class . . . Won both leagues " A " and " B " . . . Malahini second in " A " . . . Post season game between Lams and Kappa Sigs of Denver University . . . Kappa Sigs won 41-31 79 yntïamuïal. z -: dho -s. Kelly 1 5 b. expenenced Zobel vs. Posquolli 135 Ib. expenenced Intromural highlight of the year . . . boxing and wrestling tournoment . . . Action galore . . . rhrills . . . chills . . . knockouts. CHAMPIONS IN THE RESPECTIVE WEIGHTS Expenenced 125 Ib. Be cher — -;— .bda Gamma Kappa i " : Zcrfbel — Delta Psi - : Jensen — Delta Psi 1 55 Ib. Baker — Delta Psi : Milliken — Molahini 175 Ib. Main — Molahini Heavy-weight Bnxi : — De -3 Psi Novice Wolf — Americon Commons Dines — Lambda Gamma Koppa Gose — Molahini Wolters — Molahini Timothy — Lambda Gamma Kappa Miller — Molahini Vidokovich — Lambda Gamma Kappa Expenenced 25 b Ke —Delta Psi 1 35 Ib. Zobel — Delta Psi 1 45 Ib. Jensen — Delta Psi 55 z. Soran — Delto Psi S5 : «n — Molahini 1 " 75 Ib. ElliOTT Le " : ' " - - : ■ _; ; ; Hec- :-• : .the — Independent Norice Kuzmanoff — Lambdo Gomma Koppa Flynn — Delta Psi Soger — Molahini Schmit Molahini Thomos — Lambdo Gommo Kappa Donohue — Lombdo Gomma Koppa Vidokovich — Lombdo Gomma Koppo 80 d the 9 ■ ir ' s gY e . „ nround " «■ ■ = arn e ritro tourne ,? lS tops wotchea SKir eV u-sen is » " the i„ voUeybo» • cou dn ' t " stop 82 even tne them- rite cornera he VAOOCV C ° bo x pl c- « . ' « % »; - Winner of the tennis tournament, Jean Stewart also wins many friends. Here ' s to more p.e- majors with dis- positions like Jean ' s. Good luck, Adeline Doing, that ' s a mighfy tough one to return in any volleyball game Hello-Rasser! You look like you ' re having fun. Anyone hère ever heard of Marge Rasmus- sen? She ' s really a peppy little athlète. i 84 Nice form there, Evelyn Stott . . . of course we mean modem dance form . . . Stotty really is sharp at this créative type of dance. After the swim carnivol, l ' Il never know whether or not Valérie " Star " Conway is clowning She really can dive well . . . right! r Sybil Grabski looks like she ' s about to score a bulls-eye, H Miss Ellis, of modem dance, assumes a typical teachmg pose. Alley - Oop — remember Shirley Dickinson in the swimming Car- nival? The new war walking- policy surely won ' t bother any- one so limber! I can see how she got there, but how does Wolfy get down? It ' s a long fall. 85 , - ïî» «0? «CM, Holf empty coke glosses and air heary with cigarette smoke — and bright cas- ual tunes deep against the shodows. Perhaps it was only a dance after a football game or a skating party; per- haps again it was Homecoming or the Junior Prom. But- I can still hear the sound of many votées; and every now and then I can catch the tunes beating in your hearts like kettle drums — the songs of days that are lost now in the smoke and clouds of another world. Photographer: Ail right, now let go of your face. •-:. . 4i» r ? l ||| ::;;i B| millllllll % " s a Êmm. • ' » iiï.ï.n SET v i W W ■ ■ «Lj fftaV Ébb % V ! eu welcomeo us è September . . . a lazy sun peeping cautiously above the earth ' s brim ... a new day in its beginning I sallied forth beaming with ini- tiative and confidence . . . new and green as ail frosh are, especially after hours of tests. And then — I met Kennie. My first impression was entirely that of a business like person. We became good friends in the days to follow, and when I think back to those first confusing hours, it is the mem- ory of his calmness and genuineness that gives me new courage to tackle the duties ahead. And then, the day that I met Glenn McEwen across Bru-inn counter . . . my first contact with the Président of the As- sociated Students. No one could hâve been more friendly or sincère as he welcomed me to MY collège. 92 C,oss es started with , Wosn ' f unti u n V buf ■ Wilson ' b ° d " ' Deon sono ity t , r ' " sp.ring per . .ho. he y ;; h : QS ' rea " y , lzed thatmeanttoH ° " ,nsH » " «on ™ e - Thèse 1 ° !° mefh -9 fer friends W6re »Y meth - chance , o ey n Were 9 ' g f,r y on nch bi , nt my feet ' QS un M ° Ck S0 ' ■ Pt0nie then on - 93 Bru ter We o« 9° ,he °° e xce«ent place to those were 94 Of course, if our profs do, we can . . . so Elby takes his turn. Along with the pennants and flying leaves, sororities were busy rushing rushees . . and I do mean rushing To end those restful days, we went to the dances in jitterbug style, leaving the ballroom just in time to snitch on old mon Time . some of those hurried good-nights on Snyder ' s front steps . what fun ' 95 [ Another ail star cast as Jimmy Finn and Sonny Jacobson roused our lilting spirits during an exciting week-end. ' Twas Homecoming . . . lots of work . . . but fun, too. Remember Don ' s funny story . . . then Bill Drummond ' s subtle humor ticked my gal ' s funny- bone till I thought she wouldn ' t stop. 96 After wearing hours of practice . . . painting . . . tugging back drops . . . I still found thèse dramatisas ready for a smile. And after shouting vibrant greetings through the bindery . . . l ' d wander round and round . . . just long enough to take a look and breeze by as the boys joined in in good humored tail lashings . . . strong words but bigger hearts you ' d n ' er find. After school we ' d garher ot gay supper parties . . . good cooks, they were and ex- cellent hostesses . . . mark well, my lads! They aren ' t ail after careers. 97 The Commoner ' s pot was sure Bru ' in. — m uvns il wo ù Hère are sortie of the candidates and their helpcrs for Mum Queen .... good climax for our homecoming festivities. MARGARET BRIGGS — Mum Queen 99 Sorte Ho ' « (he boys mon- cnooce.o.o- d ,, m e ,+ ho . t0 eniov lT ' Thcy f eoUï «-« " odorouS - " i escort en ot the yeof 100 mSKBSKm!- keï tïack letteï Pappy Yckum managed to keep out of the persarved turnips the entire evening . . . Hairless Joe did a good job of camouflaging for the judges ... as I remember, Daisy Mae and Lil ' Abner finally got together . . . Ail in ail ' twas a prosperous ev ' nin ' — M w _w 101 :: a m v 5 5wess: Leave ir ro rhe Lams to be photogenic or is it energeric? Cozy ... or jusr cold ? JTn Let ' s sèe . the time was lafe fall we were playmg that ail important game at Colorado Spr ngs An afternoon game for a change we enjoyed basklng in the sun light. Sunny thoughts tumed turvy, however, as the time dock ticked off losing minutes for our team. There were good things, though . remember that pass of Tommy ' s, the fighting hearts of our boys . . . and the power of such a pic Bill Singen. You haven ' t forgotten the trip home on the tram elther, I bet. and w.th the caméra . . well. how could I resist ' 103 lime Oui The White Hussars did a beautiful job of entertainment . . . good looking . . . in fact . . . we liked them. Bridge hounds thèse Delta Phi ' s were . . . are you sure that was trump? Yes, deary . . . you don ' t think l ' d trick you ... or do you? 104 um mi . Ah, me . . . but soon ' twos time for another beauty rest. Even those on the balcony hod to say good night sometime . . . you |ust can ' t tell about thèse boys ... I even mode sure my httle finger was carefully tucked under . . . even when I accepted an invita- tion to the Lom house for dinner . . . or is my memory slipping? Any- woy, we had a good time, and ofter- wards, took a look around at some of the socialite dances . . . long dresses . . . romantic glances . . the whiff of gardénia on silken tresses 105 Climaxi tke s 37 Each year the dorm girls bring the Christmas spirit doser to us with the " Hanging of the Green. " Gay festive dinners such as thèse brought us doser together. We loved the gay atmosphère . . . giggling gossip . . . but good clean fun. 108 man 109 Ouf 10 ense -¥■ -¥■ FROM THIS CAMPUS A GREAT MANY BOYS HAVE GONE INTO THE ARMY— BOYS WHO WERE POTENTIAL LEADERS IN AMERICAN EDUCATION. " " BUY DE- FENSE BONDS, " DECEMBER 7TH. " RE- MEMBER PEARL HARBOR. " " THE WAKE TRAGEDY, " MACARTHUR, PHRASES TO BE PUT DOWN IN THE FUTURE TEXTS OF MANKIND. COLORADO STATE COL- LEGE OF EDUCATION FELT THE BLOW BEFORE THE EVENT OF DECEMBER 7TH, BY GIVING COMRADES AND PROFESSORS, THE OUTSTANDING BEING THE STU- DENTS ' FRIEND, WALLACE WAIT, PRO- FESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY, THE ARMED FORCES OF UNCLE SAM AFTER THE BLOW OF PEARL HARBOR. THE STUDENT BODY CONTRIBUTION TO THE MARCH OF DEFENSE BONDS SO AS TO PREVENT THE REPETITION OF THE WAKE TRAG- EDY. THUS IS SEEN A TRAGEDY WHICH HAS A FUTURE OF GREAT STABILITY FOR THOSE WHO BELIEVE IN THE GREAT AMERICAN WAY. James Melton featured ténor. A grin so contogious 113 Pi easan il oenns f At the dorm, I filled Bill ' s pipe and listened to a likely story . . . what kind of a story? . . . well, you know . . a loud one like thar P. J. outfit he is wearing . . . then, finally, heavy lids closed my eyes and I drifted into dreamlands . . . nice Phi Delt dreams. 14 PKi Delt . La m eally enioy ' m9 iob on t " eir w Hfl o P ,ed96 d0n " " the U« s were there, but we , course, H» La ond Gene? didn t we o 5 d time yiveetlteaït If The Sweetheart Bail was one of the dances of the year . . . Susie mode a lovely queen . . . Congrat, gai . . . The boys ' dorm did an extra spécial job on the bowery dance . . . don ' t we look old- fashioned . . . ah . . . but what fun! C.S.C.E. was the proud host of Blue Key ' ers this year, The Régional guests hod o np-roarin ' time . . . and it wasn ' t ail dinners either ... " olue Ke j UonoenticH 117 e once When we felr in o more cultural mood, there was enterrainmenr such as Mr. Ginsburg and Mr. Weiser. The music honorary, Delta Omicron sponsored a concert of such ... I haven ' t spenr a more enjoyable evening for âges . . . it rhrilled one from head to toc. Dailes Franfrz ,ii w 1 %e GhnUie ijit: M :: " If we were to return to nature the same person might not be master and the same person might not be servants " . . . " there must alwavs be one to command and others to obey " . . . " if I had spent rhree vears on an island I find it highly probablv that I should lie " . . . " And dont ou thmk Poll was the sweetest little parrot b ar f ; h Now, fellas, this isn ' t any time to chew the rag about it, Max? How ' s • • Ko» „ ° nd ered ...» ■■ " • ,,„■- T hot «« " as 9 " " i V.L- " » As I remember, the Phi Eps did a grand job of rurn- ing our bollroom into a wild wesr srory of action and six guns . . . girls admitted by weighr . . . step lightly my prerry maids . . . r " »9 v„ ° fou an e„.-, ■ COH, 6 , 5 ° 5o ° H • ond k e „ eC( " »er ef 90t ° efre «Ae« Climaxing a stirring even ' n, whot could be nicer thon crowning the king and queen . . . reign «wisely, my friends, ' fis a bunch of hoodlums hère ronight! 125 Knutkm The Sophomore Bail wos a great success . . . orchids to Gène and his helpers . . . you did o grand job . . . aceïs The girls ' dorms invited our soldiers down one evening . . . swishing skirts . . . uniforms and soothing rhythms . . . sounds exciting . . . nd time, it seems, Pi Kappa Sigma changea 1 their annual musical tea this year to a silver offering engagement . it was more than successful, and the money was sent to the Red Cross . . . Music in the grotto gave us Shirley and Susie . . . charm- ing . pretty and quite talented . . . don ' t you think ? The frats always turn out for sorority teas, and prove to be the g i ris ' favorite supporters . . . we couldn ' t guess why ? J J ok 1 liciûU . sC ouncUHossponso.caj-;: „ y,o««e " s to . rer se . „t .et « " b onQ-et on toe »» " " tVe toHY P u " ' • no °°» ,n9 ■ " OCh ' ' ' ri. in » OC " OB A coniï bC ° ' e sy ,ee« «» h ' sOV , so " h C ,,«k-.«9 . • ■ ' ne aef « " Ge ° e 4 «onde ' ' j ke eof " er ' ' 28 % je oe •¥■ + £ oeniHûs 9 Kappa Delta Pi, with Miss Ruth Frederick as the hon- orable président, presided at a dinner for its members and national guest . . . Everyone looks satisfied, don ' t they . . . and dog gone it, Dr. Rugg . . . I told you I was going to toke it. Thèse gais seem ro be dressed for an exrra spécial occasion . . . Where fo? . . . or aren ' r rhose smiles jusr for me? 130 ¥ ¥ 9o ' or Pre ' er r i, e ' Ver » .s • m »yb, Looking for injuns . . . hm-m, girl? . You con ' t find a nicer couple, though no foolinq . . . Our féminine hearts were beating wildly and butterflies fluttered in our mid-riffs . . . why . . . well, Tony Martin wa$ re- cruiring . . . 132 Dances ... ail kinds . . . invoded our campus this winter . . . Snyder Hall had a lovely Snow Bail dance . . . Miss Redding reigned as queen. °7 C -ove rprovi . be ° u ' dancer X ° ' t,n 9 • hr n-m? ' • • nof fc od This ©ne w„, Wos sort f off " ,Ce So-ng can,„ ° ff ord . . r 1 134 Some of the most seen together couples lately . . . Miriam, John, Mary and Claude . . . nice going, kids . . . This seems to be a habit, playing cards, I mean . . . we ' ll leave you to your aces, boys . . . Cramming, kids? " 0, no -.et »» he 9 e9 ' 1 C e S TCO ce ' pW lsue °rtN e V oWK w 36 V.ep oP " It ts befter 1 be nobhy remem- bered tban nobty born. " Ruskin. pUi ii 8 Business manager of the yearbook . . . ombi- tious . . . dependable . . . radiating . . . it will be you that finds a way or makes one, Dan. Martin ft V " Calm . . . stotely ... a leader of women . . . soft spoken . . . she bas a mysterious authority of beaury that makes us love her. Barber 1 « tW| Vivacious bundle of twinkling personality . . . loved by ail . . . agreeable . . . alwoys willing to ' please . . . her smile winks at you as you pass. gonnv|.F Û bsen Base voiced gentleman . . . talented . . . re- sponsible man for many of our stage shows ... a well known and liked fellow by ail the students. Bill tM tlt Responsible prexy of the senior class . . . hard working . . . génial ... a grand person to know. Nash q evtf " tu gew Efficient miss that has worked so faithfully for our coaches . . . equal to any situation . . . a spécimen of the perfect compliment. 0vtf tf.U Capable and popular student ... a nice dancer and gracious hostess . . . efficient in ail she does. Riley a Q JbeW0° Sincère . . . friendly . . . this is your président of the Associated Students . . . you hâve made a place in the hearts of ail of us, Cherub. pUiLt ' TV» 5 Quiet . . . reliable . . . never outspoken . . . a pleasure to know her and be her friend . . . Phyllisanne is an inspiration to you and to me. A7 Bill 1 uvvl vvvûW 3 Gordner An invaluable sensé of wit . . . calm . . . subtle . . . friend to ail . . . and just chucked full of personality. Hère are the collège deparrments and their clubs— and always fo encourage, to help, to inspire. Each with its pur- pose outlined, each with its member- ships f illed by those who believe in their work, each bound by unmisrakable fies of friendships. Clubs scattered rhrough- out the levels of Greeley State to pro- vide our students with a médium for expression of their ideas and their phil- osophies. " It is a funny thing about life — if you refuse fo accepf anything but the best you very offert get it. " Somerset Maugham, The MIXTURE AS BEFORE ( Doubleday, Doran) Dorothy Bonham Jane Cannon Freda Henderson Fronces Holton Virginia Ramey Bob Crosson Roberra Eveatt Marian Ford Margaret Keppler Léon Kuzmanoff Luro Moy Lewis Hayden Scott Ted Sutter Gène Thomas Lee Foster Morione Hammond Yoshi Noguchi Hazel Pierce Dorothy Thompson Wilma Trocy Csacke i.a Pcuak 146 o £ « ' r 0r ° 4 :: a - . . 3 " s o ç ' °9er I wont to thank ail those people who hâve helped contribute to this book among which are Ervin French, Harry Harbaugh, Bill Polzin, Price Hop- kins, and John Mariant. Mr. Doty, Anne Kearney, and Student Council. Don Wolters Hugh Wilhamson Roger Wolfe Lois Young MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Louie Forsdale Martha Jo Freeman Robert Henden Marilyn Macintosh Don MacMillan 47 Moryalys Bails Dorothy Bonham Dorothy Bullord Christner, Béatrice Fred Cloudon Robert Crosson Mory Jewell Dean Bonnie Jean Edwards Morjie Hammond Fronces Holton 148 7m iïïcï MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Bill Drummond Orin Hughes Fred Lewis Naomi McMillon Marjorie Reed Roger Wolfe LOUIS INGLEHART Edifor fclk Maynard Jensen Mary Ketner Normo McKee Patricia McQuerrey Rose Menapace Fronces Milholland Jim Noël Marjorie Piner Betty Rose Powell Pauline Reddish Borbora Schaffer 49 MEMBERS without pictures Mary Pat Warren Barbara Ge " Franklin Ferres Margie Hammond Dorothy Fields OFFICERS D.recror ------- J. DeFOREST CLINE Président ------- HARVEY KINCAID Business Manager MARY BIGLER Secrefary ------- REX ILGENFRITZ L.branans - - LOREN STARKEBAUM, KEITH FINK Cl Cappella Ckoiï First row: J D. Cline, R. Frankforter, L. Starkebaum, J. Fuson. L. Young, B. Kmg, E. Chapman, N. McKee, A Hull, S. Patten, A. Nichols, N. Conover, J. Gose, K. Fmk, H. Kmcaid Second row: U. Blake, P. Huadnola, S. Carpenter, M. Bigler, N. Launsberry, A. Petersen, M. Myers, L. Loos, C. Mitchell, M. Biggerstaff, B. Gruell, J. Knapp Back row: B- Garretson, G. Zimmerman, W. Webber, B. Randleman, O Hughes, R. Ilgenfntz, J. Jacobsen - nO wftti ot+ier acti ifies thèse srudenfs inreresred in music find the bond one of f-heir favorrte hobbies . . . fhev hâve done a good job . . . let ' s hâve more of ir » - z - - . .v5 - - - ■i-- - - - - - mot FACULTT Ai V SES : : -_: 1 l z - . : = : - _ : : z-. ' ::--; : : : : - .::f- : : - - : ' - - - ' ; T. K iimm ui KKik £1 oii lu Ccuncil - — — — — — _ : : : - : - h : - ;: GaixVt Clut The business minded typewriter clickers and shorthand scrib- blers of the C.S.C.E. campus meet monthly to discuss phases of business éducation and to participate in social actiyities. E. Abell F Henderson p Davis M . Harvey E. Mouro 0. Avery M Krueger 164 OFFICERS Président - - LEONA WEIGANDT Vice Président - KENNETH HOMYAK Secretary - BELVA LEE RHINEHART Treasurer - - - EDNA ABELL MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Lina Lee Arthur Ruth Henny Gilbert Domke Esther Herdt Betty Lou Hayes Kenneth Homyok Myrtle Welsh FACULTY ADVISERS Mr. S. C Bedinger Mrs. S. C. Bedinger Dr A. 0. Colvin Mrs. A. O Colvin Mr. G. E, Damon Mrs. G. E. Darmon Mr W. L. Kmes Mrs. W. L. Kmes W M. Ukele fv J. Woolf 65 L ick elson eu Contemporary problems of the social world are hashed and rehashed by the Dickerson students in their meetings . . . interesting programs . . . excellent speakers . . . good food . . . lots of intellectual fun. 1. Davis F Earl J. Farthing E. Gain E Harcleroad E. Jacob M. Jordan R. Kuntson S Moorhead G. Murphy 166 R, Newhn R Noffsinger J. Thome W Reck W M. Ukele T Sutter W. Wiggins OFFICERS Président - SYLVESTER MOORHEAD Vice-Président, MYRTLE SCHOCKE Secretary - - WARREN WIGGINS Treasurer - - LOUIS FORSDALE FACULTY ADVISER DR G H KNOLES FACULTY MEMBERS Dr M Dickerson Dr A F Zimmermon MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Gilbert Domke Catherine Hawlin Louis Forsdale Myrtle Schocke 67 IJïamatic Club -î .-- W M : :: ' - ' -■ : : = ' zerr - 9u -_:::: : - - : = - - -- - : z - ---..- -- ' -■- -; :- : - : FACW-TT ADVISE» i S v - =— £ 5 _ - 5 " - " ---- " ■ - : ; £Um 2wtûU| eu ME liERS - - : : P ' - Baï - ' - : ; shop : S - ' - - ' ZocM » Corne - E : -- Davis - Oerby D. D e ' - " D " C - - ' _ C - ' E r _ ' - ' -■- D. et« Goetze ; Eroh " 11 V- S ' " -- D v " - " " --- - Hartong ; - -(ton _ ; . ocob : 1 J- " : ■ P - ' - • ïttoei 7 ■ - : -°u- -.DerW H Nyholt D " - - sor F - " ' : P Pue - " ory R°9« B Re : ' ' E ?.,chorOS A. R 2 fv Smith B Spn " 9 er A Stineme E Stjernholm r Stroud V ' .- ' - " ' ■ ' H Thill Thompson Tborngate J. T ' p Va " - " Wolloce ,_, WilUoms _ tfitsan .-- ilson ;, Yontorno f ACUUTY ADV.SERS OFFICERS JA NE r OBERLV Pressent - - v , ce .Pres.dent _ : -etory - Treasurer jANt ' ■ " — LANCES BOWU VtRGWA SCHROFF ELLEN CR1BBS 170 Chcush Club B Alklre H. Anderson V. Baker P. Barrmger B Bennett :- Bennmg J E- H Bryont B. Burke J. Ccnnon B Crosson •■■ J Dean K. Delb- : ;re J. Dolan L. Dreith Lear- - : about our language is one OFFICERS MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES of rhe mosr inrellecrual undertakings of modem times. Thèse people hâve it well in hand and do o good job in making their club functionol. Président - - BERNICE -_•- r E Vie; r - - BOB CROSSON - - PHYLLIS DUFFIELD Treosurer - - v - r -•. L - r " E fJemis ' ■ ' - : ■ - - : Z. - Jorf f Jes ; : " Ar- ne 1 ihnson 2 - j - ... i ■ ; 5fiarr reou Bernice VV FACULTY ADVISERS ' ■ ' .-■ z Newman uM S Dublin P Duffietd E English J Frescoln E. Harcleroad F : ror Kossii H. Kirk J Kirton J. Knapp B Kuskie B Larson _ ' ■ ' _•.. VV Lippitt 8 L B. J. Longfield N. McMillan A Macy R Menopace F. Milholland J Noël B J A Osenbrug B R Powell M. Reed L Reish E Richards L Sherman M. Strough : L 171 fellûivskib Ctut In on endeovor to provide more Chrisrion fellowship for sru- denrs of rhe campus, Young People ' s Fellowship Club is organized. OFFICERS - - - HELEN : EE_ ;----; El ; ; ERSON - - - - - - VERDA BOSTROM FACULTY ADVISER DR GRACE WILSC MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Floyd Borker Mild ' T E : ■ an 2hr 5ter sen - na Culp : - » Elaine Gai Jec jlonc t Z-- tfith ictoi ' ■ Florence — Marie McCz " Dixie Net e hieler N e verger . _ : " IS Kenme Hélène Richardson Ardith Riede Ins Joyce Roberts ■ Smitf l-z : " etoe Bettv Young Berty Ann Ziemer - : D F e r: trsuk - Kassing L K.dd H . ; • • • .•ilhollond B - - - - - Réel [ H. Werner V Wickom .V.lson 72 cent LXub enoen Fuller social and inrellectual life is oHered students who are not members of social sorori- ries or frarernities rhrough the Independent Club. This group has been active by sponsoring the bam dance, rhearre parties . . . ehili supper . . . game night ... ail collège skoring porty. OFFICERS résident- es- - " es ne ■ xretary reasurer e .-. ;-; ■.: lewis rueb MEMBERS Z --;;::- Q- Andersen D. Bear z E : ::;• J. Branberg B. Cheney N. Clinkenbeard A. Camélia 5 3:--e z I. Davis J. Dierdorff F. Earl E- :■ :- : E.eatt - = :-::; e E. Fort J. Frescoln F_ Gain P. Gates . Z : i - - . D. Ham C. R. Haney Z - z- :- B. Hartong K. Heath M. Hillar O. Hollcrs F. Holton A Hull ' • ' . e-se- ••■ e - E : : • - " _ - - e _ • A. ? e ke L. Rueb D. Rumney M. Schmidt ::--:-■ B. Shaffer C. Shigetomi V. Shull - E- : - T. Sutter M. Taylor - : ; ; J. Thome M. Thome B VS- te W. Wiggins H. Woods FACULTY adviser :: - ' -E : :- Z E ' . ' - • 5 r (73 lîlûcJeln Uance Président ----- ADELINE DOING SPONSOR MISS HELEN ELLIS 71 ewman eu A. Alberico V. Conrad J. Cannon A. Cornella P. Devlm J. Dolan D. Chockie C. Espinoza As one of the leoding campus or- ganizations, you hâve fulfilled your purpose bringing religious thought, éducation, and social activ- ity within reach of your members. You hâve done your part . . . broad- ening and enriching our students ' lives. OFFICERS Président - - - JAMES SORAN Vice-Président - - GUIDA HAEFELI Secretary - - GRACE CAPPOZOLA Treasurer - PATRICIA STARKEY ' Mm E. Goetzel B. Nieslanik K. Thill E. Kolous P. Rogers L. Lebhart M. Short K. Morvelli T. Thiele 175 Keliûï lûUS UcuHcil Religious Council hos served to bind together the student religious or- ganizations of the campus in order to share with others the best things in life. They hâve done an excellent job by sponsoring the All-College Worship service, Thanksgiving As- sembly, Go-To-Church-Sunday, and many others. OFFICERS Président - - - ELLEN CRIBBS Vice-Président - PAULINE REDDISH Secretary - - CLARICE GELDER Treasurer - HAROLD McINTOSH FACULTY ADVISER DR. C. HALES MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Don Carson Louis Inglehort Clarice Gelder Margaret Jean Jack Beverly Harns Jim Miller Marjone Hill Tom Mylander Kennie Rice A. Alberico S. Carpenter V. Conrad E. Cribbs B. Crosson P. Duffield A. Duncan J. Hart H. Jensen H. Mclntosh P. Reddish H. Réel E. Sanders A. Schoenhaar L. Sherman J. Shoemaker 176 I. Armifstead B. Borker D Bear H. Church G. Cooper H. DeBey D. Doty R. Frederick D. Harmon J. Hart F. Hubbard E. Keck g aence eu Latest scientific inventions . . . motion of planets . . . chemical formulas . . . molecular motion . . . deep, isn ' t it? But this is the energetic job the sci- entists hare set about finding infor- mation . . . social activities entering into the picture, too. OFFICERS Président - RUTH FREDERICK Vice-Président - - JOE HART Secretory - HENRY CHURCH Treasurer, DICK WINCHESTER FACULTY ADVISER DR. F. C. JEAN MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Johnnie Brennan Jim Brooks Edith Christensen Cari Clark Warren Donahue Marjorie Ellenberger Evelyn Johnson Mona Mitchell Lloyd Reynolds Bettie Clair Tobin Mary Ellen Todd Arthur Zanon F. Leong J. Shoemaker C. Lovidjieff N. McMillon H. Markus B. Miller R. Somerville P. Storkey M. Weaver E. West éààâéàM B. Morrison E O ' Connell S. Sears B- Weir J. Whitely D. Winchester 177 ikaïscni Thèse girls, clad in snappy gold sweaters and purple skirrs, add pep to school activiries by showing rheir school spirit and promoting loyalty to their Aima Mater. MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Jean Horris Glodys Adolf Martha Allen Esther Baylor Joann Bemis Millicent Bland Barbara Breeman Ida Clark Glee Cody Meg Gibson Helen Hannen Betty Hartong Dorothy Hodgkinson Esther Honey Virginia Oughton Amelia Peterson Edna Phillips Francine Pummell Frances Simmons OFFICERS Président - - BETTY BERRYHILL Vice-Président - - EDNA ABELL Secretary - - - HAZEL DAILY Treasurer - MARJORIE HAMMOND FACULTY ADVISERS Miss H. J. Ellis Miss E. Scott J2Hw£ i ' v? E. Abell M. Bigler H. Dailv 178 A Austin D. Bonham M Devlm M. Bails H Bass C. Chandler F. Coburn L. Dreith E. Duncan S. Beck V. Conway B. Edwards B. Berryhill B. Daily S. Flieger B James N. McKee M. Ketner A McKinley G. Kirchenschlager P McQuerry A. Macy 0. Mane lia M Mark L. Matthews W. Newmeyer J Owen S. Patton M Pittmon K. Rees D Romans G. Sidebottom J. Sims K. Spnng E. Stotr V. Sword S. Voris M. Wallace H W.lson L. Young 79 w, ornent Ûtktetic Women ' s Athletic Association Mixer . . . Mod- em Donee Concert . . . W.A.A. picnic . . . Time Wos Porty . . . basketball play day . . . and many orher campus activities were spon- sored by Women ' s Athletic Association. W.A.A. bas done an excellent job in providing sports activities for women students on the campus. (dssociation A. Baab L. Coldwell C. Clarke V Conrad V Conway M Dean K. Desserich A. Doing M Gibson S. Grabski D. Hormon H. Hopkins B James L Johnson A Keomey A Kirton E. Leach L. McEIwain MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Betty Adams Miriam Batt Shirley Dickinson Jean Frasier Mortha Jo Freemon Ellen Gahm Marjorie Griffith Sophie Gregory Dorothy Henney Marjorie Hyde Leona Schwant Dorothy Smith Barbara Stoffel Bettie Tobin OFFICERS Président - LOIS JOHNSON Vice-Président - - MARJORIE RASMUSSEN Secretary, BLANCHE ROETKER Treasurer, - ADELINE DOING FACULTY ADVISERS Mrs. Joe Bennett Miss Elizabeth Scott O. Manella M. Rice J. Stewart X là C. Mitchell B. Roetker M. Streeder M. Montague D. Schrader D. Thompson M. Pittman E. Schuler O. Thompson M. Rasmussen B. Rhinehart V. Rice L. Schwant M. Short J. Sibley H. Wolfe A. Zeiler w, oinens e cuna il : B Alkire A Boab M Conover N. Conover V. Conrad E Cribbs Through its activities, Women ' s Council hos enriched the iives of the women students and has provided a means of acquaintance. Women ' s Council sponsors many successful activities . . . Hallowe ' en parties . . . the style show . . . Christmas giving ... a wonderful dinner for ail women on the campus . . . and the senior cérémonial, plus many other functions. 82 p Davis K Dessench R Frederick Presi Vice Seci dent - _p res ident etary - OFMCERS DOROTHY SWEET VI RG1N»A CONRAD JOANN BEfvUS _ " - SUSAN PA TEN N Krueger Treasurer B. fvAi er «OHORARY MEM.E« 5 Potten orco Cott-nghom Béatrice SherriU K Rees FAC UtTÏ AOV.SEK j Sawv ers H. Shanstrom D Sweet f_ Thieme w Von Gundv VVoif MtMBERS wlT HO0T P.CTORES joann Bemis Clance Gelder " Quiet minds cannot lie perplexed or frightened, but go on in fortune or misfortune at their own private poce, Hke O cbck during a thunder- storm. " Robert Louis Stevenson. " If you would create something, you must be something. " Goethe. 4 . F. Smith Spot news . . . snap shots . . . page make-up . . . editorials . . . dedication pages . . . jour- nalistically minded students work together to promote and advance collegiate journalism through Alpha Delta ALPHA DELTA MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Mary Jewel Dean Louis Inglehart OFFICERS Président - - FLOY SMITH Secretary - - HAZEL PIERCE Treasurer - EUDORA SANDERS FACULTY ADVISER DR. E. NEWMAN C. Felice P. Reddish J. Noël E. Sanders D. Pfenning B. Woodworth 86 BLUE KEY Blue Key fulfills its purpose of service to CSCE by promotmg school spirit by sponsor- ing such events as the Homecoming dance . the annual Blue Key Valentine Bail . . . and by standing as a symbol of high ochievement on this and other. E. O ' Byrne OFFICERS Président ------ ERNIE O ' BYRNE Vice-Président - - - - ERVIN FRENCH Secretary-Treasurer - - - DAN PFENNING ci . FACULTY ADVISER N. CROSS tf âA MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES A Albenco W Drummond Paul Evett Fred Gilchrest C. Felice E. French Kennie Rice J Jacobsen D. Pfenning Earl Shepherd E. Vaughn Vern Welch 187 DELTA OMICRON To Create and foster fellowship among student musicians is the purpose of Delta Omicron . . . this organization ochieves its purpose by presenting numerous récitals, climaxed by the annual spring récital. OFFICERS Président - - - - FLORENCE McNAIR Vice-Président - - - SHIRLEY CARPENTER Secretary - - - - INA MAE ZIMBLEMAN Treosurer ------ (JRITH BLAKE F. McNair MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Joy McGIothlan FACULTY ADVISER B. COLLINS B. J. Bornes L. Bishop U. Blake A. Bowle F. Bowle S. Carpenter B. Crewell R. Jacobsen A. Johnson M. Lippitt M. Rages F. Smith G. Young 1. M. Zimbleman 88 B. Alkire U. Blake A. Brantley H. Bryant V. Conrad E. Goetzel E. Harcleroad A. Ichikawa H. Jensen L, Landa M. Montague F McNair E. O ' Byrne J. Osenbrug M. Rages E. Richards V. Schroff J. Shoemaker W. Ukele G. Cooper R. Dickey F. Leong C. Marsh J. Reece MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Mary Benjamin Mary Grim Beverly Harriss Joy Kattner Joy McGIothlan Kennie Rice Béatrice Shernll Hayden Scott OFFICERS Président - RUTH FREDERICK Vice-Président - - ENID HARCLEROAD Secretary ------ - - VIRGINIA CONRAD Treasurer - - JAMES REECE Curriculum needs and changes are discussed by members of Kappa Delta Pi, an honorory whose purpose it is to en- courage high intellectual and scholastic standards and to recognize out- standing contributions to éducation KAPPA DELTA PI R. Frederick 189 LAMBDA SIGMA TAU G. Cooper FACULTY ADVISER K. Tegtman OFFICERS Président - GEORGE COOPER Vice-Président - RAYMOND DICKEY , Secretary - - - - - JOE SHOEMAKER Treasurer - KENNETH TEGTMAN To recognize outstanding achievements in the field of science and to further the cause of science éducation is the purpose of Lambda Sigma Tau. R. Frederick R. Dickey J. Re J. Shoemaker 190 R. Dickey J. Farthing K. Fink F. Leong G. Murphy J. Perkins L. Seaton R. Sweetland PHI ALPHA THETA MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Louis Forsdole Enid Harcleroad Laura Nelson FACULTY MEMBERS A. ZIMMERMAN G. KNOLES OFFICERS Président - SYLVESTER MOORHEAD Vice-Président ----- Secretary - Treasurer - RUTH SWEETLAND - JEAN FARTHING - LOUIS FORSDALE S. Moorhead 191 ÉLvàm PHI DELTA KAPPA G. Cooper R. Evans R. Ilgenfritz H. Jensen H. Kincaid H. Mclntosh G. Murphy E. O ' Byrne W Persons H Scott J. Shoemaker C. Stout D. Teller T. Tramel J. Woodruff B. Woodworth MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES W- Armentrout L. Forsdale G. McEwen C. Baab A. Foster C. Melander J. Barnard G. Frasier E. Mohr R. Bishop F. Gilchrist D. Moore W. Bishop L. Butler W. Campbell J. Hancock F. Hambrick L. Hay J. Newcomb 0. Payne K. Perry K. Rice R. Carson J. Heilman E. Rugg E. Carter P. Hopkins D. Rumney J. Chadwick C. Hutchcroft A. Sager P. Clapp G. Irvin G. Sanderson A. Colvin F. Jean F. Shoemoker S. Crawley C. Kern D. Skinner N. Cross G. Kincaid K. Tegtman R. DeVore W. Knies 0. Troxel R. Dickey M. Lubbers W. Wait J. Doubenmier W. MacClary V Welch E. Dumas A. Mallory L. West L. Edwards J. Mariani F. Whitney J. Finn F. McCune W. Wrinkle OFFICERS Président ------ ENOCH DUMAS Vice-Président - - JOE T. NEWCOMB, JR. Secretary-Treasurer - - JOE L. SHOEMAKER Historian ------ S. L. CRAWLEY The purpose of the Phi Delta Kappa is to stimulate research, to further the true spirit of service, and to hold the constant challenge to leadership. 192 PHI EPSILON PHI Phi Epsilon Phi sponsors school activities of ail kinds increases school enthusiasm, and honors outstanding men students on the campus by admit- ting them to membership , good work fellows. MEMBERS Ballard, Harold Arnold, John Ayers, Ted Belcher, Wilbur Bishop, Worren Cléments, Art DeVore, Dick DîNello, Mario Easterday, Bob Foster, Lee Free, Glenn French, Ervin Gann, Elbie Hood, Charles Howard, Eldon llgenfritz, Rex Jacobsen, James Loughlm, Claude Léonard, Dick Milliken, Bob ' Pfenning, Dan Scott, Hayden Shepherd, Earl Sidebottom, Bill Stoll, Harry Stott, Charles Sweet, Ed Thomas, Gène Thomas, Murray Wilson, Verner OFFICERS Président ----- CLAUDE LAUGHLIN Vice-Président ----- GLEN FREE Secretary ------ HARRY STOLL Treasurer ----- REX ILGENFRITZ FACULTY ADVISERS J. FINN P. HOPKINS 93 PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA R. Garretson To advance the cause of music in America . . . to foster mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music . . . to develop fraternal spirit among members . . . to encourage loyalty to CSCE . . . this is the pur- pose of the honorary music fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha- Sinfonia. J. E. CHADWICK H. GINSBURG C. G. MELANDER OFFICERS Président - - ROBERT GARRETSON Secretary DEWEY TAPP Treasurer - - - CLARENCE STOUT MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Ted Ayres J. De F. Cline Franklin Ferricks James Finn Ray Frankforter Charles Kern Connel Marsh Cari Moeller Cleo Schwant J. Jacobsen C. Stout H. Kincoid C. Schwant J. Reece L. Starteleaum A. Romeo 194 -ro P ' t°° .es c9 - p rvV ° OFFICERS Président ----- MURRAY THOMAS V.ce-President ----- AL ALBERICO Secretary-Treasurer - - - HAZEL BRYANT FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Nora Congdon Mrs. Catherine Gibert Dr. Margaret Mulroney Miss Helena Zahnen M. Thomas 95 PI LAMBDA THETA To foster professional spirit among women in éducation . . . to encourage and promote research in éducation . . . to rec- ognize outstanding achievement among women in éducation ... Pi Lambda Thêta recognizes freshman and sophomore girls thrcugh Récognition Tea and Insignia Day. M. Roges MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Mary Benjamin Beverly Harriss Joy McGIothlan Marjone Montague FACULTY ADVISER J. HAWES OFFICERS Président - - - - - - MARGARET RAGES Vice-Président VIRGINIA CONRAD Secretary LOIS LANDA Treasurer - - - BEVERLY HARRISS 196 B. Alkire U. Blake E. Harcleroad A. Ichikawa B. Rhinehart V. Schroff H. Bryant V. Conrad R. Fredrick A. Johnson L. Landa F. Leong L. Seaton D. Sweet W. Ukele 1 E. Goetzel F. McNair L. Weigandt PI OMEGA PI To create and encourage interest and scholar- ship in business éducation Pi Oméga Pi par- ticipâtes in business and social activities. MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES A. Hodgsen OFFICERS Président ----- DOROTHY WEBER Vice-Président - - - LEONA WEIGANDT Secretary ----- INEZ HELTERBRAN Treasurer ------ FLETA CRAIG D Weber FACULTY MEMBERS S. BEDINGER A. COLVIN L. HAY P. Davis G. Murphy I. Helterbran F. Nukayo V. Hertzke B. Rhinehart L. Landa W. Ukele L. Weigondt 97 The oim ot the Sigma Eta Chi is to form a social group omong women students whose ideals are in harmony with the aims of the congregationol-Christian Church in which spiritual development may advance in harmony with éducation. OFFICERS Président -------- NELLIE MALONE Vice-Président ------ PHYLLIS DUFFIELD Recording Secretary - - . - - - JANE OSENBRUG Corresponding Secretary - - - - BERNICE ALKIRE SIGMA ETA CHI N. Malone MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Phyllis Baird Myra Mae Dimmitt Elizabeth Swaney FACULTY ADVISER MRS. G. V. KINCAID 198 B. Alkire G. Chong P. Duffield M. Dean M. Evans E. Jacob B Kuskie F. Leong J. Osenbrug E. Richards J. Scoce M. Smith ■I Àii ■B k, , NiJ i The Greeks had a word for it; and I find othèr words brushing through thèse pages. But somehow they mean more than letters painted on a wall — tall candies and brightly eolored words and music and fasseled souvenirs — the si- lence of a ' ftreplace- — the deepened bond of friends. Thèse are our Greek organizarions, the sparkting life of tra- dition and friendships and many mem- ories. " A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find. " Plutarch. 201 OFFICERS OF ALL GREEK COUNCIL Président ----- ARDEN CURFMAN Vice-Président - - - GENETTE BENNING Secretary ----- NORMA ANDREWS Treasurer ------- IONE ALLEN MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Rix Blakey Ervin French Jerald Keenan Eari Shepherd William Stamey OFFICERS OF PAN HELLENIC Président ------- PHYLLISANNE DAVIS Vice-Président ------ GENETTE BENNING Secretary -------- ELAINE JENSEN Treasurer ------- NORMA ANDREWS OFFICERS OF INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Président ------- DANIEL PFENNING Vice-Président ------- WOODY KING Secretary ---------- JOE HART Treasurer -------- EARL SHEPHERD ouna il . Allen L. L. Allison A Curfman P. Davis E. Fox J. Hart B L. Rhinehart D. Schrader 202 B. Jackson G. Zimmermon G. Benning A. Follis H. Markus C. Clarke E. Ford D. Pfenning ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA OFFICERS MEMBERS WITHOUT PI Président - BETTY JANE BARNES Dorothy Gist Vice-Président - - - - - JEAN KNAPP Virginia Oughton Secretary - - - - VIRGINIA BAKER Betty Sackett Treasurer - - - - GERTRUDE CRANE 204 H. Aubrey D. Avery V. Baker B J. Bornes J. Cannon G. Crâne E Fagg 1. Helterbran B. Hills C. Jones J Knapp M. Piner Président BETTY JANE BARNES L. Seaton J. Snowberger M. Strough M. Van Gelder R. Voetsch L. Young 205 MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Normo Andrews Margoret Bnggs Ann Broady Ruth Enghsh Jean Harris Carol Joy Jones Kay McEIroy Morcella Painter Betty Stanley Marjone Von Gundy Lee Wil DELTA PHI OMEGA OFFICERS Président - Vice-Président Secretary - Treasurer - ALICE FALLIS DOROTHY BONHAM MARGARET BRIGGS - RUTH ENGLISH [ : : : [ t [ 206 ; ; [ D. Bonham B Bresnohan B Dallimore E. J. Duncan M. Ewald A, Fallis B Handy B. Jackson R. Palmer M Perers A. Pickett M. Purvis Président ALICE FALLIS H, Roush H. Shanstrom J. Stewort N. Stuart M. Wallace C. Witt H. Wolf 207 DELTA SIGMA EPSILON OFFICERS Président - - - - PHYLLISANNE DAVIS Vice-Président - - - - BEVERLY LLOYD Secretory ------ SHIRLEY HILL Treasurer ... - GERTRUDE REDDING MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Mary Bigler Béatrice Dunn Marjone Hall Betty Lou Pierson Juanita Reddiford Donn Sinclair Dorothy Adèle Thompson Dorothy E. Thompson Jean Taylor 208 esident PHYLLISANNE DAVIS A. C. Johnson B. Lloyd P. Nelson V Ramey G. Redding R. Sanders E. Stewart R Sweetland E. Taylor A. Wolfe 209 PI KAPPA SIGMA OFFICERS Président - - DORIS SCHRADER V.ce-President - MARYALYS BAILS Secretary - - - GUIDA HAEFELI Treasurer - - KATHERINE BLIGHT MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Glee Cody Dorothy Hodgkinson Margaret Jean Jack Susan Patton Francine Pummill 210 M. Bails G. Benning B. Berryhill K. Blight A. Doing B, Edwards S. Flieger G. Haefeli M. Hammond B. James A. Kearney M. Ketner B. King ' I Président DORIS SCHRADER L. Landa N. McKee P. McQuerrey E. Marshall D. Mathews J. Owens M. Pittman M. Rasmussen P. Reddish M. F. Reynolds P. Rogers E. Sanders J. Sawyers D. Schrader J. Sims W. Tracy 211 SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA OFFICERS Président - EVtLYANE FOX Vice-Président - - - - WILLA MARTIN Secrerary ----- - BETTY LOU PIERSON Treasurer ----- - HARRIETTE HOPKINS MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Lois Allingham lia Mae Barth Gladys Gérard Joy Kattner 212 D Braun C. Clorke E. Fox B. L. Hays H Hopkins A K. Kirton B. Maiden W. Martin K. Marvelli L. Netuschil B. L. Pierson V. Ray H. Wilson E. Woodward Président - EVELYANE FOX 213 SIGMA UPSILON MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Dorothy Ford Marilyn Mclntosh Ruth McCoy Shirley Miller Bonnie Oliver Judy Sibley Barbara Stoffel Carma Jean Worden OFFICERS Président - IONE ALLEN Vice-Président - - KATHRYN DELBRIDGE Secretary - - - JEAN FARTHING Treasurer - LOU ELLA FOGERSON 214 I. Allen L. L. Allison V. Bassett A Bird C. Chandler E. Dantice K. Delbridge J. Dolan E. Engllsh J Farthing L. E. Fogerson R. Frederick Président IONE ALLEN M. Rages C Hull J. Hall M. M. Ramsey M. Repp W. Phillips K. Rees 215 THETA SIGMA UPSILON OFFICERS Président, BELVA LEE RHINEHART Vice- Président - - ELAINE JENSEN Secretary - - - FRANCES BOWLE Treasurer - - - - ALICE BAAB MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Manam Batt Dorothy Henney Margaret Henney Dorothy Matheson 216 A. Boob A Bowle F Bowle A Harford E. Jensen 1. L. Lofgren 0. Manella B. R. Powell B L. Rhinehart H. Richardson H. Stansbury M. Streeder Président, BELVA LEE RHINEHART 217 OFFICERS Président ----- ARDEN CURFMAN Vice-Président ----- AL ALBERICO Secretary ----- JERALD KEENAN Treasurer ------ TONY STONE MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Paul Distelfano Howard Edwards Bill Stinemeier Charles Zimmerman AMERICAN COMMONS CLUB D. Winchester G. Zimmerman Président - - - ARDEN CURFMAN 218 DELTA PSI MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Robert Boker Ray Schoensee James Conboy Eugène Schuler Robert Duggon Dick Sennet Frank Ferricks Earl Shepherd Melvm Jensen James Soran Raymond Kelly Bill Stamey Ray Melinger Bob Stauter Tom Nelville Bill Zabel Ciifford Olm Art Zanon OFFICERS Président - - EARL SHEPHERD Vice-Président - - JOHN ARNOLD Secretary - - - BILL STAMEY Treasurer - - ROBERT BAKER J. Arnold A Banta D Brecker C. Felice J. Flynn F Marcantonio v i R. Morrison C. Stott W. Wiggett .♦ 1 « — " . ' Président - - EARL SHEPHERD 219 LAMBDA GAMMA KAPPA OFFICERS Président - - - ERVIN FRENCH Vice-Président - - HARRY STOKES Secretary - - CLAUDE LAUGHLIN Treasurer - - DANIEL PFENNING MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Harvey Anderson Rix Blakey Robert Briggs William Brown Clarence Clork Vern Cime Buck Cockeril Roy Davidson Mario Dinello Jack Donahue Thad Elliot Harry Fletter John French Harley Grayum Arthur Maul LeRoy Merlino Bernard Michals Bob Milhken Merlyn Oliver Lloyd Richardson Robert Rutherford Tom Sutak Deane Timothy 220 H Ballord S Bedford K. Fink E. French L. Kuzmanoff C. Loughlin W Belcher E. Gann R. Mosher J Boulwore H, Church C. Hood E. Howard R. Noffsinger D. Pfenning L. Dines W. Hummel W. Plunkett Président ERVIN FRENCH W. Randleman W. Sidebottom H. Stokes E. Sweet G. Thomas L. Vidakovich 22 ' PHI DELTA PI OFFICERS Président - - - BILL DRUMMOND Vice-Président - - HARRY STOLL Secretory - - - REED TIMOTHY Treasurer - - JAMES JACOBSEN MEMBERS WITHOUT PICTURES Merrill Adams Don Bartholemew Allen Black Steve Carson Bill Frazier Louis Inglehort Woodward King Bill Lott Bob Owens Ed Pasquali Charles Stiers Harry Stoll Reed Timothy Harry Willoby 222 H Benell B. Drummond K. Homyok D Beushausen B Finch R. Ilgenfritz J Brennan D. F. ne J Jacobsen E. Casseboom L Foster L. Jensen A. Cléments J. Frazier H. Klutz R. Dickhaut P. Gullette H. Markus Président BILL DRUMMOND A Tilton V. Wilson B. Woodworth H Williamson R, Wolfe M Wright 223 Hère is our reol collège— -the Hfe, the sparkle, the spirit of Greeley State. I hâve seen their faces in the sur», and I hâve heord their laughter deep and eool within the walks acro s your lives. There are friendshîps and loves, hopes and strong desires tied tip. in their hearts, and they are ail hère from the first freshman to the graduating sen- iors. Thts ts the real heart of Greeley State. A look backward should make even a pessimist hopeful for the future. $• ; Xi S Cflaèuates Avery, George Gahm, Ellen Bemis, Elma Marshall Brunell, Howard Ho, Florence Johnston, Imogene Chong, Gertrude Chun, Sui Ping Lamb, Faye Mitchell, Christine dtÉÊ am Moore, W. Angus Nichols, Ann Southard, Mary Uchima, Kurt Mrs. Truma Culp 226 Thèse are your Sen- ior officers . . . com- pétent . . . reliable . . . friendly. TOM TRAMEL The snow bail dance was a huge suc- cess . . . and why not with such a lovely queen . . . then along came another dorm dance . . . lots of people . . . lots of fun . . . ' en, | on Z eni emoïs Allison, Laura L Wwin, Mary Dole R „ . Barnnger, P eggy -ry, Edyfhe Clore Ro , Beushausen, Don aerson, Alice May A y Anderson, V, Bonnon, J une Blackburn, Glenr ernon Banta, Alford B ' ake, (Jrith Baob, Alice Bo es, Berry j ane B,i ght, Catherine Bailey, Thelma Bean, Betty Bowle, Arta 229 Bowle, Fronces Corson, Helen Moe Conrad, Virginia Broun, Dorothy Carson, Steve Cooper, George Bundy, Stonley Church, Henry Cornella, Ang.e Burke, Betty Clorke, Charlene Cornella, Sylvia Capozzolo, Grâce Conover, Margaret Crosson, Robert Carpenter, Shirley Conover, Nancy Davis, Phyllisanne 230 l Çenicïs Dean, Mary Jewel Doing, Adeline Felice, Carman Delbridge, Kathryn Doty, Darrell Fox, Evelyane Derby, Dixie Desserich, Koy Dublin, Shirley Espinoza, Christine. Frazier, Ivan Garretson, Robert L Dickey, Raymond Evans, y arcia Goetzel, Evelyn Diedrich, Delene Fallis, Alice Graham, Elizabeth And rhis, girls, is Mr. Martin . . . you should hâve seen rhe fairer sex flock around him . . . nice looking . . . gee, yes! c enL emcïs Grewell, Betty Helterbran, Inez Ichikawo, Alice Gullette, Phil Henderson, Freda Jacobsen, R utr , Hall, j une Harc eroad, Enid Herdt, Esther ..... ... , Jacobson, Fronces Jnho Johnson, Lois Hart, Joe H ood, Charles Kincaid, Horvey H eavlin, Cothern Hummel, Walt Kjeldgaarad, Enola You would think the Lams . . . would be little Lambs . . . but just look ai- them now . . . s enioïs Knutson, R u by Lu ke, Kor-l Mossie, Corrie R. Londa, Lois Mclntosh, Harold Mauldin, Lucile Lau, Yit Moi McNair, Florence Middleton, Robert Lebhart, Luvina Moiden, Betty Moberly, j ane Leong, Fronces Molone, Nellie Montague, Morjori, L ' Pp.ft, Manon Martin, WiIIq Moody, Warren Bert 233 Dining and dancing is lots of fun . . . but you should hâve been to the Delta Phi house during those Monday night snacks . . . They really had fun . . . And since we ' ve ail been doing our part for défense . . . the girls seem to be doing a good job of contributing. Modrhead, Sylvester Murphy, Glen O ' Byrne, Ernie Oliver, Bonnie Peterson, Homer C. Pfenmng, Daniel Myers, Virginia Osenbrug, Jane Ann Pierce, Hazel Nelson, Pauline Parrorr, Marjorie Pivonka, Jim Nukaya, Fumiko Payne, Otho Rages, Margaret Nye, William Petersen, Norman Ray, Vernita Good ol ' Phi Delta Pi . . . nice posing, boys, you really look handsome. o hI entais Redding, Gertrude Rice, Mory Alice Schroff, Virginia Reddish, Pouline Reece _ Jomes Robertson, Dorothy J. Roetker _ B , Qn Se0rs ' S °™ Shaffer, Arli, che Reeves, Florence Scace, Joy Shoemaker, Joe Reish, Lelia Schrader, Dori: Skinner, Dorrel Rhineharf, Belvo Lee Schroff, Mildred Stansbury, Harriette You ' re a couple of pretty swell kids . . . Yehudi said so . . . and so do I. Z enL emcïs Stewarr, Ellen Rhea Teller, Donald rramel, Tom Stinemeyer, Agnes Stout , Qorence Thiele, Thérèse Ann T h,eme, Edna Weber, Dorothy w Sweet, Dorothy Sweetland, R ur h Thompson, Dorothy Thompson, Olive W,ch, Glodys Taylor, Eleanc Th W, or " gate, Mary 9gett, Warren 237 Williams, Margaret Young, Gwendolyn Williams, Marion Zimbelman, Ina Mae Wolf, Helen Wolfe, Alice Woodworth, William Yonick, Cora Jane Leoding our junior class to prestige and h i gh rank were thèse people. F 239 uniûls Alberico, Alfred Boldwin, Morgoret Blackburn, Mrs. Lulu Bryant, Hazel Alkire, Bernice Bore, David Boulware, Jim Byers, Grâce Lee Arnold, John Boird, Phyllis Benning, Genetre Bird, Adèle Bronberg, Junerose Brantley, Agnes Baker, Virginia Bishop, Roxine Brunner, Erna Cannon, Jane Caponera, Suson Mae Cheney, Barbara 240 ; unioïs C ' eoie s, Arth Ur Oo e Com Cribb Borbo r s- £ e Oo „ " " nore, °ecker Carrh ° eV ° ' e, R ( ' chord Dolan, Jean Drummond, Bill Duffield, Phyllis Duncan, Anna Easterday, Bob Edwards, Beth English, Eileen Evans, Robert Everett, Mary Louise Ewald, Margaret Farthing, Jean Fink, Keith 241 fogerson. tou Ford, Qr,on E lo Frederick. Ruth Gonn, E« e Goet xei. DorothV Grev, R°V-°- d Hoefeli, Guida Hagemeier, Helen Harford, Alêne Harvey, Morillo Moe Hoys, Betty Lou Hendin, Robert Hertzke, Vivian Hertzler, Alice Hiiler, Mary Ellen Hills, Betty Homyak, Kenneth Hopkins, Harriette 242 umoïs Hotchkiss, Courtlyn Jensen, Eloine Jorgensen, Byron Keers, Charles llgenfritz, Rex Jensen, Henry Kadlecek, Maryanne Ketchum, Frédéric Jacob, Eloine Jensen, Lloyd Kassing, Alberto Kmg, Cecil Sutton Jacobsen, Jomes Johnson, Annabelle Kearney, Anne Krause, Rurh Jariell, Evelyn Johnson, Anna C. Keenan, Jerald Kuzmanoff, Léon 243 UMÛÏS Larson, Beverly Laughlin, Claude Leach, Esther Lloyd, Beverly Long, Mary Katherine Lounsbery, Nancy Lubbers, Max McCoy, Ruth McLaughlin, Gladys Markus, Henry Marsh, Connell Marshall, Elise Marvelli, Katherine Mouro, Ernest Mengel, Jeanne Michels, Louise Milholland, Fronces Myers, Mary Ann Nakao, Kazue Kay Noffsinger, Robert 244 Payn , Ethel ' ede en, M °xine Perk, ns Jack erson s - W, ,, c Phiin Ps Woondo $uni UHicïs Pickett, Avalie Pierson, Betty Lou Plunkett, Warren Pomeroy, Lorene Powell, Betty Rose Ramey, Virginia Randle, Wyndell Rasmussen, Marjone Repp, Martha E. Reynolds, Mary F. Rice, Virginia Richards, Elsie 245 R ,chordson, Uoyd R,tchev. R ub V Roush, Helen Sonders, E oro Sormo, E.leen Schuler, Emilie Schwont, Leono Seaton, Laveme Scott, Hayden Shonstrom, Helen Sherman, Lillion Sidebottom, Bill Smartt, Frank. Somerville, Ruth Stewart, Jean Stott, Charles Stout, Marylouise Streeder, Marjorie 246 umoïs Strough, Majel Swaney, Alice Sweet, Edward Swenson, Vera Taylor, Mabel Thomas, Murray Thome, John Toliver, Mary Tyler, Jean Ann Ukele, Wanda Mae Vaughn, Earl Vaughn, Paul Voersch, Rurh Von Gundy, Manorie Warmuth, Paul Weigandr, Leona Wilson, Carolyn Wilson, Verner Woodruff, James Woods, Homer 247 Q-UM UMÛÏS Woodward, Eleanor Yantorno, Marfha Zeiler, Ardyce %}tiM - 1£ ■ ' 248 The sophomore class gave us a bang up set of officers this year . . . full of life and vitality. V.ce-Pres.dent - BETTY BERRYHILL Secretary-Treasurer - - - - - SHIRLEY FLIEGER Acting Président .- - JOHN MILLER Abell, Edna Akey, Charlotte Anderson, Glenice Anderson, Quintin Arène, Grâce Arthur , Mrs. Lino Lee Avina, Margaret Bailey, Jean Claire Bails, Maryalys Ballard, Harold Bordwell, Betty Barker, Bonnie 250 g fc cmcïes Bigler, Mary Bishop, Lorraine Blodget, Eldon Bonham, Dorothy Boring, Norman Bostrom, Verdo Brown, Delores Brown, lia Mae Browning, Betty Lee Brothers, Bud Brueggeman, Beuloh Caldwell, Lillian Campbell, Warren Carpenter, Florabel Chandler, Catherine Christner, Béatrice Clark, Margaret Coats, James Cogburn, Virginia Cope, Eveiyn Renetta 25: s fc omcïes Cornélius, Bob Crâne, Gertrude M. Curfman, Arden Daily, Hazel Dannels, Bernerd Davis, Irène DeBey, Harold Devlin, Peggy Dînes, Lyle Dorough, Pauline Dreith, Lovilda Duncan, Ella Jean Eorl, Faye Edmunds, Theda Essinger, Verne Flogg, Elsie Fields, Dorothy Finch, Budd Fine, Donald Fheger, Shirley 252 Foster, Lee Hugh Frescoln, Jean Gain, Edsel Gaines, Betty Jane Garvin, June Gibson, Margaret Goetzel, Louise Hall, Clara Belle Hart, Leona Hartong, Betty Hay, LaVern Heiman, Gale £ ° oies 253 Keck. Eor Keppler, Margaret Ketner, Mary Kirton, Annie Kate Knapp, Jean Knutson. Wilma Kragh, Mory Evelyn Kroeger, Velma Kuskie, Betty Lambert, Délia La Rue, Dorothy Ledford, Aretha „.■_ Çopk °tnoi es 254 Çeflt oniûïes Macy, Ardis Mothews, Dorella Monk, Bill Newlon, Robert Monella, Olive Menapoce, Rose Morris, Joan Noël, Jomes Mark, Mary Eleanor Miles, Helen Ruth Nelson, Don Obermeier, Victor Mason, Bonnie Miller, Dole Nelson, Margoret Patten, Susan Mason, Lois June Minnick, Bethel Netuschil, Lucky Peters, Manon 255 cwioïes Pittman, Morjorie A. Plumb, Marjorie Pomeroy, Marjorie Preston, Dons Puckett, Julia Pauline Romsey, Mary M. Reck, Winnette Réel, Helen Rees, Kay Rhiner, Roger Richardson, Hélène Romans, Dorothy Romeo, Anthony Rueb, Lewis Rummell, Norma Jean Ryan, Alice Sayles, Marjorie Schooler, Eugène Scott, Donald Shaffer, Barbara 256 Shorp, Wallace Shigetomi, Cissy Shull, Verna Sibley, Judith Sidebottom, Carol Smith, Floy Smith, Mary Ellen Snowberger, June Spring, Catherine Starkebaum, Lorin Stokes, Harry Stone, Anthony d otes 257 Thome, Mary Ellen Tull, George Vagg, Irène Van Gelder, Maxine Vaughn, Eudine Vidakovich, Louis Voris, Shirley Wollace, Marguerite Walz, LuVerne Word, Noramay Warren, Mary Patricia Wegner, Louise f ll ' este 258 oi es omoïes Witr, Chorlotte Wolfe, Roger Yemato, Georgia Zimmerman, Gilbert 259 Treasurer - GEORGE ZIMMERMAN Secretary - MARGARET JEAN JACK Acring Président - JOYCE SAWYERS f i n _ • e « n off ' c er 9Ui te °b thi ?Pe o6 ( t ïeskmen Akers, William Allen, Gwendolyn Allison, Virginia Amis, Mary Sue Amyx, Edna Anderson, Helen Armitstead, Irène Aspegren, Robley Atkmson, Marjone Aubrey, Hollisse Austin, Anita Avery, Dorothy Barker, Lloyd Bass, Helen Basse, Williamett Basserr, Verna Alêne Bouer, Jeanne Bedford, Marjone Berry, Don Brennan, Johnnie " m H JÊÊ 26 ' Bresnahon, Bobetta Brewer, Jeon Brecker, Dale Briggs, Nona Broady, Ann Brooks, Jean Brown, Bill Bullard, Dorothy Burrell, Mary Byers, Lillian Cameron, Jack Candlin, Virginia Ttesh ïeskmen 262 ïeskpnen Conde, Louie Jean Conway, Valérie Cook, Mary Alyce Core, Louise Marie Curtis, Richard Daily, Betty Dantice, Evelyn Dickhaut, Ray Dierdorff, Janet Dixon, Robert Doing, Nathalie Dumler, Fred Edgett, Edna Edwards, Bonnie Elder, Gloria Ellenberger, Marjorie Enckson, Dot Eveott, Roberta Ewing, Helen Flynn, John 263 Fort, Earl Fuson, Jane Goehry, Jack Gregg, Philip Gerald Fox, Ruth Gaddis, Virginia Goodier, Ruth Gregory, Sophie Frasier, Jim Gates, Phy Mis Goodyear, Rebecca Gresham, Marjorie Frederick, Joyce Gieck, Dorothy Gordon, Margaret Guadnola, Patricia Freeman, Martha Jo Glancy, Jean Grabski, Sybil Gumear, Mary F ïeskwien Howley, Ramona Haworth , Loydean Haynes, Winifred Heitman , Eugenia Helterbron, Joe Hendrix, Earlene Hergert, Florence Herman Charlotte Hertzke, Laurence Hieber, Dorothy Hill, Marjorie Hollars. Omego 265 Holton, Fronces Hosea, Melvin Howery, June Hubbard, Fern Louise Hubbs, Ellen Humphrey, Dorothy Hyde, Laura Jacobson, Leona Jensen, Sylvia Johnson, Betty Jones, Stanford Jung, Glen Tïesltmen 266 7W i ïeskwien Kirton, Joello Klippert, June Kluttz, Henry Krueger, Maxine Kuemmerlin, Alvm Kues, Clara Kurtz, Margaret Leaf, Mary Kay Lofgren, lia Lee Longfield, Betty Jean Luke, Ellen Belle McGIothan, Mary McMillan, Naomi McQuerrey, Patricia L. Manners, Madelyn Mastripolito, Anna Meyer, Esther Miller, Bobbetta Morrill, Jean Mornson, Bob 267 Mosher, Roy Nelson, Eleanor Nieslanik, Betty Poyne, Moyne Murphy, Myrtle Nelson, Veta Nipko, Jack Piner, Marjorie Nakayama, George Neuschwanger, Henry O ' Connell Eileen Plumb, Barbara Neary, Mildred Newmyer, Willadean Owen, Eugenia Ruth Plumb, Pauline Nelson, Edna Nieberger, Helen Palmer, Rosalie Polzin, William J. : r! ; [ T zài ïeskmen : :: 38 rot s . " iQr, Al n Un " s. M Ori c K °ndU Bill eed . £. ois ed M Vn old s h r iory stf y J lr eh art ek e o Dl ert A -d, ith Tlesh ïeskmen Éifck. Robb, Norme Ann Robertson, Norma Rogers, Phyllis Rose, June Sanders, Ruth Sowyers, Joyce Schmidt, Roy Schoenhaar, Annerose Schultze, Edwin Schwant, Cleo Seelinger, Phillip Sexson, Jack 269 Short, Marjorie Sims, Jacqueline Smith, Frances Smith, Georgia Smyth, Viola Starkey, Patricia Strasser, Lois Street, Mildred Stuort, Nancy Sword, Violet Taylor, Mildred Taylor, Ruth )eO o v(e te N ot VJ ° fïesk ïeskmen 270 jïeskmeH Trego, Virginia Truitt, Velta Uhrich, Leona Uncapher, John Underwood, Anna B Vernon, Alice Wailes, James Wakefield, Oren D. Walraven, Bernice Walters, Don Watt, Letha Weaver, Margaret Wehrly, Lois Weigandt, Bette Werner, Harold West, Elizabeth West, Helen Whitely, Jim Wibbels, Diantha M Widener, Wilda 27 Wilhelm, Russell Wilhamson, Hugh Wilson, Frances Wilson, Helen Wilson, Wilma Winkler, Bernard Wiseman, Kareen Wohlford, Beulah Wood, GeraJd Woodland, Russel Woodman, Mary V. Woolf, Mary Jane Worden, Carma J ean Wright, Estelle Wright, Melvin Young, Betty Belle Young, L ois, Zimmerman, Geor ge 272 Tïesïi ïesktnen Ifll MALI ytuoent leaclteï Kelatiûn$liit r % ï jïienàs avià Çyôcial j ' de mmm nn Cuit uïe I Now against this great black sky, stand the lives of the people in this world. Strong and straight like the steel, their hearts are thrown deep into the wind — to live and love and désire and dream. That is the tall bright dream in the hearts of the student — growth and ambition and the strong clear lines of created words and new music. His dream is to build something huge and brilliant — a skyscraper or a poem; and in that building of his skyscraper or his poem, there is put something of himself. He pounds into that which he has built, a secret part of his heart, and the cool clear springs of his mind are built into that which he has made. And in so créât ing, he takes some part of that which he has built back again into his secret self, and he is stronger and his eyes sparkle with eager words and he is proud of doing great things. He has created for the world another greater world, and, by so doing, he has created within his heart long clear days of happy laughter and that powered feeling of something good created. The student brings life under the focus of his heart, and believes in great things; for it is his right to believe in the great things of the world, and it is his destiny to guide them. -Ky. J J Y c a ass or ig42 You are entering a professional service in the most critical time in the history of mankind. You hâve been prepared professionally. Now a job has appeared that makes it necessary for you to shelve your careers temporarily, until the job is done. This job thar must be done NOW, is one to insure your career LATER. We WILL win this war! Many steps lay ahead of winning, however. First, Strikes MUST stop! Second, Working hours MUST be increased! Third, Production MUST be increased. If some of thèse MUSTS are not done now, some of you together with others now entering the service will be meeting enemy tanks, planes, ships and guns barehanded. That is a job that we ail know neither brains nor brawn can accomplish. Those of you in the Society at home are responsible for the MUSTS. Let ' s ail unité, with ail our might! GODSPEED GRADUATES AMERICA MUST WIN THIS WAR THE FARR COMPANY G R E E L E Y A Anderson, Miss Betsy --------- 30 Arn.entrout. Dr. W D - ' 24 Armstrang. Mrs Lois __.. 30 B Boob. Mr Carence T - - - 28 Borker, Mr George A -... 42 Barnord, Dr Dorrell 30 Bedmger. Mr. S C --------- 30 Bennett. Mrs Dorothy -- - 34 Blockburn, Miss Morgoret 36 Blough, Mrs Helen --------- 40 B.shop. Mr Ralph 28 Bottmelli, Miss Morgaret -------- 30 Bowers. Dr W G 40 Brodbury, Miss Helen --------- 31 Butler. Mr L C. --------- - 34 C CompbeM. Mr Wayne --------- 31 Corson, Mr R M. --------- - 26 Carter, Mr Eugène --------- 28 Corney, Miss Et.zobeîh -------- 36 Cave. Miss Jean - 34 Chodw.ck, Dr J, E - 30 Cime. Mr J DeForest - 30 Colvin, Dr A. O --------- - 31 Coll.ns. Mrs Blanche 38 Congdon. Dr Nora --------- 31 Crowlev. Dr S L - 25 Cross. Mr Neal ---------- 36 D Damon, Mr. G E -- 31 Dov.s, Dr Helen 26 Dearbom, Mr Gay ' e --------- 42 Decker, Mr Donold 40 Dempsey, Mr. R. G. -------- 26 Dickerson. Dr O M - 43 Doubenmier Mr J S 35 PROFESSORS ' INDEX E Edwards. Mr Lon - 40 Ellmger. Mr Richard --------- 28 Ellis. Miss Helen ----- 35 F Farror, Mrs. Rose ---------- 31 F.nn, Mr James D. 31 Poster. Mr J Arthur - - - - 31 Frosier. Dr George W - 22 23 G Gibert, Mrs. Catherine -------- 37 Gmsburg, Mr Henry T - - 39 Godfrey, Miss Grâce --------- 31 Goodm. Miss Eulah - - - - 32 H Haies. Dr Charles A - - - 43 Halverson, Miss Joséphine ------- 32 Hambnck, Mr. F. L. 43 Hancock, Mr John - - - - 35 Hansen, Miss Irène --------- 32 Harroh, Dr E C - - - 40 Harrison, Miss Lucile --------- 32 Hawes. Miss Joséphine -------- 37 Hoy, Mr Léon R --------- - 26 Heilmon, Dr J D - 22 Herman. Mr F L. - - 41 Hopkins. Mr Pnce - - - - 32 Hoydar. M.ss Edno - - - 39 Hutchcrort. Dr C R 29 I Irelond. Mr F W 29 J Jean. Dr Frank C. 40 K Kendel, M.ss El.zobeth - - - 41 Kmcoid. Mr Gerald 33 Kn.es, Mr L W - - - 33 Knoles, H George 42 L Langworthy, Miss Helen -------- 37 Lehr, M.ss Ehzobeth -- 33 Lmdou. Mr. Lesl.e 37 Lyford. Miss Geneviève -------- 33 M Mollory, Dr. A. E 41 Magnie. M.ss Bermce --------- 29 Manon., Mr John --------- 29 McCowen, Dr Annie - - - - 27 Melander. Mr Car! 39 Meyer. M.ss Florence --------- 37 Mohr, Mr E E ----- 39 Moore. Mr Donald --------- 39 Mulroney, Dr Morgaret -------- 37 N Newburn, M.ss Vera - - - - 29 Newmon, Dr Evelyn --------- 36 Newcomb, Mrs Dons --------- 33 Noguch., Miss Tsuni --------- 29 P Perry, Dr Kenneth 28 Pogue, Miss Pouline --- - 43 R Reynolds. Mr Robert 41 Rosenquist, M.ss Lucy -------- 33 Rugg, Dr Eorle U. 30 S Schoen, Mrs Adelgunda -------- 33 Scott, M.ss El.zobeth 35 Selberg. M.ss Edith - - - - 41 Show, Mr John Henry 27 Sherr.ll. Miss Beatr.ce 29 Shoemoker, Dr Francis -------- 37 TODAYS GRADUATES — TOMORROWS SUPERINTENDENTS — DO YOU KNOW THAT Hillyard Floor Treatments and Maintenance Products.. " " ïilLÎU. ' a « HOME OFFICE AND PLANT OF HILLYARD CHEMICAL CO. REDUCE MAINTENANCE COSTS Today ' s graduâtes will find many changes hâve taken place . . . Building and floor maintenance has become a highly specialized field . . . NEW im- proved products, NEW methods, NEW Machines do more efficient work. Hillyard ' s NEW Floor Maintenance Ma- chines offer new labor-savmg features in the improved " Hiltonian " Scrubbmg and Waxing machine and " The Steel- tonian " steel-wool machine. The expert advice and help of our staff of Maintenance Engineers is always available. There will be a Hillyard Maintenance Engmser to help solve your floor or maintenance problems. Con- sultation FREE. HILLYARD SALES COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS HILLYARD CHEMICAL CO ST. JOSEPH, MO. ... BRANCHES IN PRINCIPAL CITIES L cntvlitttentà or The GREELEY GAS and FUEL COMPANY Phone 1000-1001 WILLSIE CAPS and COWNS THE BEST IN CAPS AND GOWNS costs no more when you order from WILLSIE. Finer all-wool matériel, hand tailoring throughout, correct style, individual box deliver ... thèse are WILLSIE features. The cost is the same as ordinary caps and gowns because you order direct. Enjoy WILLSIE S finer costumes and personalized service this year. Write for priées and sample. m | ■ wr -■»--- 457 WEST FORT STREET JraUl Mm W IMMSMff détroit, michigan SMITH tUUDING OMAHA. NE RASKA 1000 Ninth Avenue HERING REPP ?=. " 808 Eighth Street • Phone 460 BUILDERS ' HARDWARE • RADIOS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ERICKSON ' S jJOX jLOVJ£.XiL 712 Thirteenlh Streel Plione 115 920 Ninth Ave. CLEANER Hoiise T Tegtman, Mr Kenneth -------- 41 Terrell, Mr. R P 35 Toussaint. Dr S. R -------- - 37 Troxel, Dr O L. - 3-4 25 Turner, Mr Glen C -------- - 25 V von den Stemen, Dr E, ------- - 35 A Abell E— Greeley ----- 164 178 250 Akers, W — Denver 218 261 Akey, C — Wroy 250 Albenco. A— Denver ... - 176 187 195 218 240 Alk.re. 8 — Pierce 168 171 182 198 196 240 Allen, G. — Beeche Islond - - - 251 202 Allen, I — Berthoud ----- ,215 229 Ail, son. L — Greeley 215 229 202 Allison, V. — Greeley - - - - 251 Amis. M. S— Greeley - - - - 251 Amyx. E — Eods 251 Anderson, A — Hardm, Mont - - 229 Anderson, G — Peyton - - - - 250 Anderson, H — Berthoud - - - 251 Anderson, Q — Greeley - - - - 250 Anderson, V — Greeley - - - - 229 Arens G — LaSolle 250 Arm.tsteod, I — Flogler - - - - 172 177 251 Arnold. J — Denver 219 202 240 Arnold, L. _--__. 52 Arthur, L. — Greeley ----- 250 Aspegren. R — Denver - 251 Atk.nson. M — Yumc ... - 251 Aubrev, H. — Grand Junction - - 168 205 251 Austin A— ------ 178 251 Avery, D— Eaton 164 178 205 251 Avery, G — Fort Collins - - - - 226 Avmo M — Fort Lupton - - - 250 W Word, Mr. Douglas --------- 43 Weiser, Mr Adolph __-_ 39 West, Mr Lee R. - - - - 43 Whitney, Dr. F. L. --------- - 33 Wiebking, Mrs Edith 29 Wilson, Dr Groce ----- 27 Wrinkle. Dr W L - - 27 INDEX B Boab, A. — Greeley 180 182 216 229 Boiley. J C — Buffolo, Wyo - - 250 Ba.ley. T. — Audubon, lowo . - - 168 229 Ba.ls. M— Denver 178 211 250 158 Baird. P.— ------- 240 Boker. B, — - - 52 Boker, V. — Rocky Ford ... - 171 205 240 Baldwin. M. — Hosty - - - - 240 Baldwin, M D— Hosty - . - - 229 Bollord. H — Eckley 221 250 Barr.nger, P — B.llmgs, Mont - - 171 229 Bannon, J — Denver ----- 229 Bonta, A — Greeley 211 229 Bardwell, B — Gill ----- 168 250 Bore, D Cheyenne. WyO - - - 240 Borker, B —Fort Collins - - - - 117 206 209 250 Barker, L Grover ----- 261 Bornes. B J — Alomoso . - - - 185 188 202 205 229 Bortmon, M — Burlington - - - 250 Boss, H— 221 261 Bosse. W — Los An.mos - - - - 261 Bossett, V, A — Greeley ... - 218 261 Bauer, J — Greeley ----- 261 Beon, B — Denver 229 Bear, D— ------- 172 177 250 Beck. S — Omoho. Neb. - - - - 221 250 Bedford, M — Greeley ... - 261 Bedford. S — Greeley - - - - 221 250 Belcher. W — Gilcrest - - - - 221 250 Bemis. E M — Johnstown ... 226 Bem,s J — Greeley 181 Benell, H— Greeley - - - - 223 250 Zahnen, Miss Hélène - Zimmerman, Dr A. F.- 37 27 Bennett, B— Fowler 171 206 209 250 Benning, G — Greeley - - - - 171 202 211 240 Berry, D — Loveland - 261 Berry. E C — Boulder ... - 229 Berryhill. B — Denver ... - 178 211 250 Beushausen. D — Loop City. Nebr. - 168 223 229 Bigler, M. — Wiggins - - - - 178 251 Bird, A — Berthoud ----- 215 240 Bishop, L — Greeley 125 185 188 Bishop, R — Colo Sprmgs - - - 240 Blackburn, G — Hot Sprmgs, Mont. - 229 Blockburn. Mrs L. — Hot Spgs , Mont. 240 Blake, U — LaPorte 185 188 189 196 229 Bhght. C —Fort Lupton - - - - 211 229 Blodgett, E — Republ.con City, Nebr 168 251 Bonham. D — W.llord - - - - 178 215 156 158 Bonng, N — Flogler 251 Bostrom, V — Eaton 172 251 Boulwore J — Greeley - - - - 221 240 Bowle. A— Delto 185 188 216 229 Bowle, F— Delta 185 188 216 230 Bronberg, J — Denver - - - - 240 Brantley. A — Canon City - - - 189 240 Broun, D — Cdo Sprmgs - - 213 230 Brennon. J — Er.e 223 261 Bresnohon, B — Greeley - 262 Brewer, J — Loveland - - - - 262 Brecker. D — Akron - - - - 219 262 Briggs. N. — Mosonville - - - - ■: 52 262 Broady. A — Greeley - - - 262 Brooks, J —Denver 171 262 Brown. B — Wroy 262 Brown, D— Mer.den, Wyo. - - - 206 251 209 Brown, I M — Messex ... - 251 " HEADQUARTERS " ... IF YOU PLEASE! We ' d like you students to Ihink of our store as your store! A place to meet and chat . . . where you can feel free to come in any time, whether you wish to make a purchase or not! However, when a new tie or shirt or suit is in order, we believe you ' ll find . . • II pays fo shop al u IT PAYS to SHOP PENNE YS " y« ' l tr€ s t ' i M.L.Foss Inc. Jobbers Industrial, Electrical and Automotive Equipment Denver, Colo. 1 9th and Arapahoe St. UTTER JEWELRY CO. Fine Watch Repairing Gifts CHARLES GARRETSON ROY UTTER Choice 150 Modem Apartments — Furnished or Unfurnished See J. C. EWING, JR., Mgr. Office 202 Park Place Bldg. PHONE 21 OR 728 814 EIGHTH ST. Shoes of Ouahty and Distinction % DIU TOGGERy AIMA HEREFORD Distinctive Clothes for Ladies Who Care. 9o8 Eishth Avenue S e ervice It is a matter of pride with us that long expérience, unexcelled facililïes, and ample capital investment enables us to serve our customers in full accordance with their needs, and with only such restrictions as are required by sound banking practices. !LS¥ ■ITIilII liai GREELEY, COLORADO MEMRER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Brown, T — 52 Browning, B L — Wioy - 251 Brothers, B — Greetev - 25 1 Brueggemon, B M — Vemon - - 251 Brunell, H — Cotonc.o, N M - - 226 Brunner, E — Windsor .... 240 Bryont, H — Holyoke - - - - 1 7 1 1 89 1 95 1 96 240 Bullord, — Br.ghton - - - . 158 262 Bundy. S — Brighton .... 230 Burke, B — Lovelortd .... ni 230 Burrell. M — Joes ----- 262 Byers, G — Denver 240 Byers. L — Hereford 262 C Coldwell, L— Colorado Spr.ngs - - 178 180 206 209 251 Cameron, J — Johnstown . - - 262 Campbell, W — Loveland - - - 251 Condlm, V — Greeley - 262 Connon, J — Greeley - - - - 1 56 1 68 I 7 1 205 240 Caponero, S M — Pueblo ... 240 Capozzola, G — Pueblo - 230 Corpenter, F —Greeley - 168 251 Corpenter, S — LaSalle - - - - 1 76 1 85 1 88 230 Corroll. B — Erie 262 Corson, H M — Arvodo - - - - 164 230 Corson, S — Greeley - 230 Casseboom, E — Leodville - - - 223 262 CoMin, A L ..... 53 Chondler. C Hugo .... 178 215 251 Chopman, V — Bethun ... - 262 Cheney, 8 — Ger.ng. Nebr - - - 240 Chockie, D — R.lond .... 262 Chong, G — Honolulu, Howon - - 198 226 Chnstner, B — Willord - - - - 251 Chun, 5 P — Aica, Oahu, T H - - 226 Church, H — Creede - - - - 177 221 230 Clork, M — Huntsville, Mo. - - - 251 Clorke. C— Denver - - - - - 1 68 1 80 202 2 1 3 230 C ' oudon. F — M.rror Office - - - 1 5Q 262 Cléments. A D — Tnnidad - - - 223 241 Coots, J — W.JIord 251 Coburn, F — Fort Lupton ... I 7g 262 Cogburn, V — Gilcrest - - - - 206 209 251 Cole, A — LaSolle ..... 262 Cole. M — Cheyenne, Wyo - - - 262 Comisky, B — Pueblo - - - - 206 209 241 Conde, L J — Denver - - - - 263 Conover, M — Colo. Springs - - - 230 Conover, N — Colo Springs - 230 Conrod. V — Louv.ers - - - - 1 76 1 80 I 82 1 89 1 96 230 Conway, V. — Denver - - - - 178 180 263 Cook, M. A — Leod, S D - - - 263 Cooper, G. — Denver 177 189 190 192 230 Cope, E. B — Seibert - - - - 251 Core. L. M. — Englewood - 263 Cornella, A — Leadville - - - - 230 CorneHo, S — Leodville - - 230 Cornélius. B — Lamor ... . 252 Crone, G. M — Colo Spr.ngs - - 164 205 252 Cnbbs, E — Glenwood Springs - - 172 186 241 Crosson, R — Little Théâtre - - - 1 56 1 68 1 7 1 1 76 230 Culp. Mrs T — New Port Richey, Fia 226 Curfman, A — Lisco, Nebr - - - 218 202 252 Curtis, R — Ault - 263 D Do.ly, B — Gilcrest |78 263 Daily, H — Brush 1 78 252 Dollimore, B — Pueblo - 241 Donnels. B — Estes Pork ... 52 252 Dontice, E — Monte Visto • - - 168 215 263 Davis, I — Denver 166 252 Dov.s, P — Glenwood Spr.ngs - - 164 182 197 206 230 202 209 Deon, M J — Buffalo. S. D - - 1 58 1 71 1 80 1 98 23 1 DeBey, H — Greeley 177 252 Decker, C — Burr Ook, Kans - - 241 Delbndge, K —Greeley - - - - 171 215 231 Derby. D — Greybull, Wyo - - - 231 Dessench, K — Denver ... - 1 80 23 1 Devlm, P. — Greeley 178 252 DeVore, R — McOave .... 171 2-11 D.ckey, R— Pueblo 189 190 191 231 Dickhaut, R. — Greeley - - - - 223 263 Diednch, D — Beyers ... 231 Dierdorff, J — Fort Morgan - - - 263 Dînes, L— Fort Morgan .... 221 252 Dixon, R — Colo Springs ... 263 Domg, A. — Cosper, Wyo - - - 180 211 231 Domg, N — Casper Wyo ... 1 78 263 Oolon, J — ll.ff -.-... 171 215 241 Dorough, P — Denver - - - - 209 216 252 Doty, D— Greeley 62 177 231 Dreifh, L — Berthoud - - - Drummond, B — Windsor Dublin, S.— Denver - - - - Duff.eld, P — Colo Spr.ngs - - Dumler, F — Greeley - Duncan, A — Denver - Duncon, E J — Greeley - . . E Earl, F — McClove - Eosterday, B — Estes Pork - - Edgeft, E — Greeley - Edmunds, T, — Colo Spr.ngs Edwords, B — Lamor - Edwords, B — Denver - - - Elder, G — Eaton - Ellenberger, M —McOave - Emerv, D. — ------ Engl.sh, E. — Cheyenne, Wyo Er.ckson, D. — Gurley, Nebr Espmozo, C — San Luis - - - Essinger, V.— Roggen - - - Evans. M — Boyero - - - - Evans. R — Wroy - Eveott, R. — LoJunta ... Everett. M L — Lomor - - - Ewald, M — Leod. S D - - - Ew.ng, H — 171 176 252 187 202 223 241 171 195 231 171 176 198 241 263 241 176 178 252 166 252 241 263 168 252 211 24) 158 178 263 263 263 62 172 215 241 263 175 231 252 198 231 175 192 241 156 263 241 205 241 263 F Fagg, E — Rocky Ford - - - - 202 205 252 Falljs, A — Fort Morgan - - - 202 207 231 Farth.ng, J — Kersey - - - - 166 191 215 241 Felic, C— Wolsenburg - - - - 186 187 219 231 Fields, D — M.lliken 172 252 F.nch, B— Greeley 223 252 Fine. D — Greeley 223 252 p.nk, K.— Hayden ----- 191 221 241 Fl.eger. S — Denver 1 78 2 1 1 252 Fheger, B — Denver ----- 52 Flynn, J — Denver 219 263 Fogerson, L E — Greeley ... 215 242 Ford, M — Lamont, Wash - - - 1 56 202 206 209 242 Forsythe. J — 62 Fort, E.— Greeley 172 264 Poster, L H— Denver - - - - 156 223 253 Fox, E —Denver 202 213 231 LIE IR 815 MNTH STREET Léonard Refrigerators One Minute Washing Machines R. C. A. Victor Radios Coleman Appliances Komac Paints homoqenized (Vf r L( X i f i4 f ?lr J » THE JT CLÛUCM FURNITUftt CO. 718 TENTH STREET 7 du t nilitxe HOME FURNISHERS FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS Compliments of NASH PAINT STORE tl£ADY-TO-WtAR. SHOP 81b UfiAScl W )Çn«irj,ColQ. ($F • Hart Schaffner Marx • Florsheim Shoes • Highbrooke Clothes GOOD CLOTHES FOR MEN • Arrow Shirts • Stetson Hats • Jarman Shoes tlibbs Financing War Production From ail sides the cry is " More ships ' More planes ' More tanks! " But America has learned that the miracle of mass production is not accomplished over night. It requires planning, building, tooling up — and financing. You haven ' t heard much about the financing end because it has been going smoothly. Amenca ' s banks hâve been on the job every minute taking care of the crédit needs in their communities, advancing the billions needed to get production rolling. This bank is on the alert for every opportunity to lend. " EARN . . SPEND WISELY . . . SHARE AND SAVE " THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GREELEY COLORADO Oldest Bank in Weld Counry Member Fédéral Deposit Insurance Corporation Fo = -Ons ..... 175 264 brasier. J. — Grxnenburg Nebr - - ; " --- ' ■ 223 231 Frederick. J — Akron - - - - 264 Frederick. R. — Evans - - - - 168 177 182 190 196 : 5 242 Freemon. M — WH,te Deer. Texas - 264 French. C Denver .- :: Frescoln. J — Wïnner. S D. - - - 172 253 Fuson. j _..• .„- 209 216 264 G GcdcUs. V. — Greeley - - - - 264 Gohm. E — West Plains - - - - 226 Gain. E. — Kersey - - - - . ; .- . Gemes. B. J. — Denver - - - - 253 Gorm. E- — Alamoso - 224 242 Gorretscn. R. |_ Greeley - - - 23 Gorvin. J. Berrhoud - - - - : :-:-i: - — Denver - - - - - 264 Gibson. M — Golden - - - . z •: 1:: Gteck, D. — Tacany ----- - ; _ Gloncy. J. — Fort Morgan - . . 264 Gcehry. J. — Greeley 264 - - - - 242 " " ' E.— Greeley - - - - 175 189 196 231 L — Greeley - - - - 253 " " ■ r — C-mete, - - - - .: -_ _ Goodyeor. R. Denver - - - - ;;_: G;-je-- M — ------ 264 Grobski. S — Greeler - - - - : : : - - 3r-=- - lienver - - - - ; ; Gregg. P. G — Grand Loke - - - Gregary. S— Denver - - - - 178 264 Greshom, M — Elbert - - - - _ Grev eJl. B. — Monrrose - - - - 185 188 232 Grey R. — Sopuloo. Oklo. - - - 242 Guodnola. P._Giemvood Sonnas - :s- Gullene. P Bnghron - - . . t ; : = I Gtxnecr. M. F. — Fort Morgan - - - t : • - - - 264 H Haefeli. G. — Greelev - - - - " 7 : • 242 Hogerneier. H — Greeles ... -.;- Holey. y— Fort v--- z - - . . . 265 Hall. C B. — Denver .... - - 253 Hall. J. — Denver ----- 168 2IS 232 Ham. M — Benkleman. Nebr - - Harnrnond. M —Oenver - - - 156 15r " : : 265 oncv. S— Grée -, .... :: - 265 Honna. E. — St. Froncis. Kans. - - 265 Horeteroad. E.— Cneyerme. Wyo - 166 168 172 189 196 :.= : Hcrford, A. — Greeley - - - - : -- 242 Hormon. D — Cerner - - - - 177 180 265 Horî. F. — La Junra ----- 265 Hart. J — Denver 176 17- ;;; ; 232 Hart. L — K n - - - - - Hartong. B Denver - - - . Horvey. M_ M. — Henderson - - - 164 1 " ; 242 HovHey. R— Denver - - - - Hcworrh. L — Greeley - - - - Zzz " ' • - — 2-;- - ; - - - Heys. B L— Denver - - - . Hcynes. W Mer-v: - - - - Hecvtîn. G — 5. ;.-:::.- 232 Heman. G — LaJtfKo - - - - 253 - - . I. — Keoto .... ;;; ;:; Herterbron. J — Kecrc - - - - Henderson. F —Greeley - - - - 1 56 1 64 206 209 232 Henckr». R. K — Las Arvrnco - 242 - - - 265 - - - 232 Herman. C — Greelev - - - - -- --•,- . ■- - - . . t V — Greeley - - - - - ;-; Hemler. A. — Shendan. Wyo - - - ' - ' -— " " -—Lonsman, .... wn. s.— Evans - 20c 209 :;: Hitler. M. E.— Frederick - - - 2 42 Hills. B— Cola. Sonnes ... igf) ; Ho. F. ------- . 226 Hollors. 0— Greeley - - - - Horton. F — Greeley - - - - Homyok, K. — Greeley - - - - 223 : Hood. C — riretli, ---.. 221 232 Hopkins, H— Pueblo - - - - 189 213 242 Hoseo. M. — Greeley ----- 2 66 Holchkiss. C — Fort Colins - - - Ho-ord. E Wlieo li klg e - - - J. — Fort Lurxrjn - - - 266 rfcAbard. F. L — Del Morte - - - — ;f,£ - :r - - — ' ---— : - -_ — 5 ... _:.= . -. . . . -- --- HwTcrVe-. D — Grée ev - - - - - " ' ■ ' — •-— 1 . - - - _ Hyde. L — Mcrtzanolc - - - - 266 Hyhon. D — Vork. Nebr - - - I ■oSftoevj. A — Fart Uvjton - - - llgenfriti, R. — eknrell Neor - - J - - - . F.— -Areada ----- Jaecbsen. J. — Montrase - - - : : : - -_:=-. - ' _-_--: . Kx r F — Carrez - 232 - acccscr- L — Cortez - Joirell. E. — Warsenburg - - _ James. B — Denver 175 178 180 2 216 :- Jensen. K — Brush ----- _ — Hotvake - - - leraen M. — Bnggsdo - - .- . r ïe M — ------ .... -• : Johnson «_.-.; ie- ,- - - . . ' ; r- z — ' t olâna - - - . - - -- Johnson. L.— Greeley . _ - _ ; - ;: - — Sapulpa. Okla - - ' C J— Greevr. - - - - 2C- Jones. s — içie v r . ' ! •- " — Jorgensen. .B — Denver - - - . r -SCr- - - . , K -ccece« M — -- : .2 - - - . Kolous. E — Woodro - - - - Kassing. A. — HcBcrLr, - - - . CSC Sonnes - - - - !C ' — .... Go First to the A aArtion QA, to be First in Style! GRAY ' S (REAMERY GREELEY, COLORADO For Milk, Butter, Ice Cream, Sherbet and Punch PHONE 138 823 NINTH STREET Inédit l V. let me MANAGER B. B. FLAKS CO. WHOLESALE TOBACCO AND CANDIES PHONE 117 928 8TH AVENUE Greeley, Colorado Toofc à bezHnb - D feint Y°v °p? School Supplies . . . Gifts Greeting Card s li 815 E1GHTH STREET 7Ae Boolc Stoie o( Ç xeeley- LUMBER COMPANY EVERYTHING MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN WEAR Kiln Dried Lumber at No Extra Cost 810-812 Sth S». Wt muT J.Tf cuttN discount îtampî gftEïflM Greeley, Colo. Greeley ' s Outstonding Department Store Phone 55 703 Sixth Street TH E WE.LD COUNTY SAVINGS BANK • 53 YEARS • Friendly Banking Service Member F.D.I.C. Greeley, Colorado Complète Home Furnishers 821 Eighth Street P. C. MANN Sporting Goods Wholesale and Retail 825 Seventh Street • Phone 753 • Greeley, Colorado BETTER BUY BUTTER-NUT B R E A D, ROLLS • AND B U N S Campbell -Sell Bakery Keers, C — Cedoredge - 243 Keifer. W — Ault 266 Keppler. M — Guggenheim - - - 168 254 156 Kersen, M V — En.d, Okla - - 266 Ketchum. F — Greeley .... 243 Kettermon, F. — Meeker ... 266 Ketner, M — Denver - - - - - 159 178 211 254 Kidd, L— LoSalle 172 266 K ' ncoid, H — Bozemon, Mont - - 232 K.ng, B — Greeley ----- 211 266 King, C S — Loveland - 243 K.rchenschlagar, G — Yuma - - 178 266 Kirk, H. — Denver ----- 171 266 Kirton, ' A K — Greeley - - - - 180 213 254 Kirton, J — Greeley ----- 168 171 267 Kieldgoord, E — Brush - - - - 232 Kl.ppert, J —Brush 178 267 Kluttz, H — Leadville - - - - 223 267 Knopp, J — Rocky Ford - - - - 171 205 254 Knutson, R. — Padrom . - - - - 166 233 Knutson, W — Padron. - - - - 178 254 Kragh, M. E — Longmont - - - 254 Krause, R — Powell, Wyo - - - 243 Kroeger, V — Holyoke - 254 Krueger. M — Idoho Spnngs - - 164 182 254 267 Kuemmerlm, A. — Fort Collins - - 267 Kues, C — Flemming .... 267 Kurtz, M — Greeley ----- 267 Kuskie, B — Brûle, Nebr. - - - 168 171 198 254 Kuzomanoff, L. — Chisholm. Mmn. - 211 244 156 L Lamb. F. — Tulsa, Okla - - - - 226 Lambert, D — Yumo - - - - 178 254 Londo, L — Alliance, Nebr - - -164 189 196 197 211 233 Larson, B — Limon ----- 171 244 LaRue, D — -Keenesburg - - 254 Lou, Y. M. — Honolulu, Hawaii - - 233 Laughlm, C — Denver ... - 221 244 Leach, E — Greeley ----- 168 180 244 Leaf, M K — Pierce - 267 Lebhart, L — Cheyenne, Wyo. - - 175 233 Ledford. A — Galeton - 254 Lee. S — -.-..._ 53 Leong, F — Honolulu, Hawait - - 1 77 189 190 1 96 198 233 Lewis. L M — LoSolle - - - 156 171 251 Lippitt, M — Fleming - - 171 174 185 188 233 Litch, D — Sterling - - - - 178 251 Lloyd, B — Johnstown - 168 171 209 211 Lofgren, 1 L — Eaton - - 21 6 267 Long, M K — Lafayette - 211 Longfield, B J — Pueblo - - - I7l 267 Lounsbery. N — Walsenburg - 211 Lovid|ieff, C — Wolsenburg - - 177 251 Lubbers, M — Denver - - 211 Luke, E B — Strasburg - . 267 Luke. K — Strasburg ... - 267 Me McCammon, P — Rocky Ford . 53 254 McCoy, R — Greeley - - 211 McCullough, E — Ovid - - - - 161 251 McElwoin, L Broomfown - - 180 251 McGIothlan, M — Greeley - 267 Mclntosh, H — Greeley - 172 176 192 233 McKee. N — Denver ... 159 178 2II 251 McK.nley. A — Yumo - - - - I78 251 McLoughlin, G — Wroy - - _ - 244 McM.llon. N — Cedoredge - - I7I 177 McNo.r. F — Leodville - - - - 185 188 189 196 233 McQuerrey. P L — Colo Spnngs 159 178 21 I 267 M 171 178 255 Moiden, B — Denver ... - 195 213 233 Molone, N — Auroro ... - 233 Monella, — Hmsdole, III - - 178 I8C 216 255 Monners, M — Edgewoter - 267 218 Mark, M. E — Boulder - - . - 178 255 Markus. H — Greeley - - - - 177 202 233 Morsh, C — Rocky Ford - - - - 189 244 Morsholl, E — Denver ... - 211 244 Mortm. W — Chicago, III - - - 213 233 Morvelli, K — Wolsenburg - 175 213 244 Moson, B — Hortman - - 255 Moson, L J — Genoo ... - 255 Massîe, C R — Meeker ... - 233 Masînpolito. A — Leodville - 267 Mothews. D. — Denver - - 178 211 255 Mauldin, L — Denver - - - - 233 Mauro, E. — Valdez 164 244 Menopace, R — Segundo - - - 159 171 255 Mengel, J — Hillrose - 244 Meyer. E — Greeley ----- 267 Meyers. W. — ------ 54 62 M.chels, L. — Golden - - - - 244 Middleton, R — Loveland - - - 233 M. les, H R — McClove - - - - 255 Milholland, F — Mol.no - - - 159 171 172 244 Miller, B. — Greeley ----- 1 77 267 Miller, D. — Greeley ----- 255 Miller, J — Denver 62 Mmn.ck, B. — Greeley - - - - 182 255 Mitchell, C. — Fort Collins - - - 180 226 Moberly, J — Denver - - - - 233 Monk, B — Colo. Springs - 255 Montogue, M — Soit Lake Gty, U. - 1 80 1 89 233 Moody, W B — Greeley - - - - 233 Moore, E — .----_. 53 Moore, W. A — Shawnee, Okla. - - 168 226 Moorhead, S — Denver - 1 66 1 9 1 Morr.ll, J — Morrill, Nebr - - - 267 Morr.s, J — Idoho Spnngs - - - 255 Morr.son, B — Denver - - - - 177 219 268 Mosher, R — H.nsdole, III. - - - 221 268 Murphy, G. — Kersey - - - - 164 1 66 1 91 192 1 97 235 Murphy, M — Kersey - 268 Myers, M A. — Durongo - - - 244 Myers, V — Denver 235 N Nakoo. K. — Howo.i 197 244 Nokoyomo, G — Rocky Ford - - 268 Neory, M — McClove - - - - 268 Nelsen, D. — Denver - - - . 255 Nelson, E — Greeley - - - - 164 268 Nelson. E — 268 Nelson, M — Ault 255 Nelson, P — Brûle, Nebr - - - 206 209 235 Nelson, V. — Denver - 268 Netuschil, L — Yumo - - - - 210 255 Neuschwanger, H — Eckley - - - 268 Newlon, R. — Greeley - - - - igg 255 Newmyer, W — Center - - - - 1 78 268 Nichols, A, — Konsos Gty, Mo. - - 226 Nieberger, H — Greeley - - - - 268 Greeley Dry Goods Co„ 814- 816 NINTH STREET clhô liy pin) Willyaf FINANCE • PLANS • ESTIMATES S rv ces on Aoon Rftdt d Fr+a ■::::• mm :i Phooe 132-133 Greeley Laundry Co. ' .il TTSTr. ÎTPXET ComhLim nii. ot MARSHALL CAFETERIA GREELEY. COLORADO STANDARD BRANDS OF CALIFORNIA FLFJSOHUWrS YEAST • TEVDEH LEAF TIA ROY AL BAHNG IWDEB • BOTAL DES5EBTS KH AL NDUKS • CH ASE mi SANHLV COFFEE Chevrolet Cars and Commercial Parts Gre-eley, Colorado DRY CLEANING SNOW FLAHE and BLUE BELL FLOUB THE PEEFi HILT FL0OB5 -_-- ' ■ ' -•. ' . -J:;-:: ASK TOOI GKOCE1 THE MODEL FLOUR MILLS CONSUMERS OIL CO. K emufiimtent or — GANE BROTHERS and LANE, INC. 1329-A5 W. LAKE ST. CHICAGO. ILLINDIS Qualitx Bookbinders ' Supplies and Equipment Since 1846. MU •» - — £ = s -. î - ■ Z = • ■ 5 - r _ = - S •« »■ R A ! C 1 9CO - LOS " s 3 £ _ E 3 CLARK and FAULKNER Firh th Strert. Eichth Avenue ' - -.-■ : i- ■.-: PETER S POPCORN 831 9ffc S ree : -:-; OPSRAGGS FOOD efficient Service System STORES UMII IIIIIS AND MEATS £ V cVEl Pilffil I E NCT -E XXI - NTING : : El- - rVne IDÇ? COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND tZry .r e c f 0j ■ Compliments BRfln EtVS OL-R OWN- BAKERY — GROŒRIES - FIXENT MEVTS ICE CR£ Opcn Sundays anc 1605-Sth Ave. Just one Block N ' orth or Campus Ph : - - 5 Montgomery WARD 815 Ttnth Sfreef The King Lumber Co. 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Collège Store A Hit The store with IT Across from Kepner i Scored Your Victor and Bluebird Record Dealer GREELEY CANDY and TOBACCO CO. 711 8th Street HJhLaL : CANDY • TOBACCO CIGARS • PIPES • F0UNTA1N SUPPLIES Wholesale Only Jtittiisflafu ie ' s Best jota ALL OUR MILK 1S PRODUCED FROM A FEDERAL ACCREDITED HERD Quality Dairy Pasteuhzeà and Bottkd on the Farm H. C. URtWN PHONE EVANS 301 In Greeley It ' s J. V. Smith Son For Women ' s Apparel — Nationally Known Rothmoor Saybury Vassarette Brucewood Aris Barbizon Nelly Don Knox Marinette Van Roalte Phoenix Gay Gibson For 72 Years Serving the people of Greeley and Weld County ngniuiPP 11K 1PS 4 - ■ffî d ffe 0 $€lù£ ( , with A Most Modem Commercial Printing and Photo Engraving Department Covers for the 1942 Cache la Poudre J ir e ( m+ terci %l Q r»viKv» r General Typewriter J and Office Supply Co. by Becktold Company St. Louis, Missouri 934 Ninth Ave. Phone 611 This is an appréciation of your patronage J. E. 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1931

University of Northern Colorado - Cache La Poudre Yearbook (Greeley, CO) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 1

1938

University of Northern Colorado - Cache La Poudre Yearbook (Greeley, CO) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

1943

University of Northern Colorado - Cache La Poudre Yearbook (Greeley, CO) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

1946

University of Northern Colorado - Cache La Poudre Yearbook (Greeley, CO) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

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