University Preparatory School - Tassakooma Yearbook (Laramie, WY)
- Class of 1929
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Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1929 volume:
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THE 1929 TASSAKOOMA
THE TASZILEEEIAA STAFF
SECONDARY TRAINING SCHOOL
UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING, LARAMIE. WYOMING
FROM SLOW MOVING STAGES
TO SWIFT MOVING TRAINS,
FROM COWBOYS AND PONIES
TO FAST FLYING PLANES.
ALL THROUGH WYOMING THESE
CHANGES TAKE PLACE
AND THIS YOU WILL SEE
AS THE PROGRESS YOU TRACE.
ORDER OF BOOKS
I. FACULTY III. ORGANIZATIONS
II. CLASSES IV. ATHLETICS
FROM THE STAGE COACH OF THE PIONEER TO THE AEROPLANE
OF THE PRESENT DAY,
WE TRACE THE RAPID PROGRESS OF TRANSPORTATION
IN OUR STATE.
IN RECOGNITION OF THIS FACT WE DEDICATE THIS,
THE TENTH VOLUME OF THE
PROGRQS OF TRANSPORTATION.
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TI-IIE PROGRESS O
HIEF VVASHAKIE sat within the door of his old teepee, looking out on the
prairie where thousands of buffalo were grazing. Here was food for his tribe
for years to come. Thus he sat dreaming of the peaceful days which were to ensue.
Suddenly all his old worries were brought back to him. The beat of many
horses' hoofs told him his warriors were coming. "See !" cried one, pointing far to
the left. A great white object was being drawn across the plains. The Indians were
frightened. They did not know that within these covered wagons were women
and children-the forerunner of VVestern Civilization.
Many moons later Chief VVashakie was troubled to note that horses drawinff
strange xehicles were being drix en across his hunting grounds. lhese stage coaches
were frequently seen by his warriors-many xx ere never seen again.
Ever more vxhite men were seen riding across the plains on horseback. lhey
carried curious looking bags. At the next post another rider relieved the first of his
precious charge. Often a rider would wait in xain. -X band of Indians had become
hostile-thus the fate of many pony express riders xx as sealed.
Chief XX ashakie looked out across the prairie. Not one great shaggy beast xx as
in sight. Instead a huge black monster was bearing down upon him. The poor old
Chief turned sadly away. 'l his coming of the Union Pacific had completely ruined
him and his people.
We regret to see the passing of old traditions in the VVest yet we welcome the
progress of transportation in the Qtate. In the wake of the U. P. Frail came the
Unixersity of VVyoming of which the 'secondary Training bchool is a part. lhe
progress in transportation is but a measure of progress in Wyoming. 'lhe storv
from the buffalo to the railroad is an interesting one. .-XFNISS OLSON. 1
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The numbers refer to student teachers in nicture in horizontal rows from left to right.
1. Margaret Beitel: 2. Frances VVormwnnd: 3. Terence O'Mara: 4. Frances Sibley: 5. Queen
Sliman : 6. Jeanne DeLand: 7, Joseph Brandt: 9, Dorothy Smalley: 9. Mabel Forslingg
10. Ruth Vail: 11, Zita Miller: 12. Francys Scott: 13. Katherine Hoitsma:
14, Roy C. Anderson: 15, Lucy Taliaferroz 16, Burton Clammer: 17. Irene Johnson: 18. Marie
Shoernakerg 19. Maurine Laneg 20, Arnold King.
Agues Ahlherg, Marion Asher, Marguerite Beaver. Florence Blair, Vlfillmr Brettell. Eunice
Dalzell. Frances Des Enfants. J. R. Deveraux. Catherine Eckdahl. Vlfalter Jensen, Parker
Lester. La Yonia Nelson, Lucile Niles, Sholie Richards. Roy Rider, Bertha Cordes.
Bertha Dubois. Mrs. Florence Jessup, VVilliatn Reidl, CliFford Sims. Blenda Wlhite.
Pnpgv Twi-nt 3'-vigltt
THE RIDERS OF THE PONY EXPRESS RELAYED THE MAIL FROM
STATION TO STATION. JUST SO EACH CLASS PASSES ON
TO ITS SUCCESSOR THE TRADITIONS OF THE SCHOOL.
HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF IQZQ
I-IE members of the Class of IQZQ began their eventful career as pathbreak-
ers. These sturdy pioneers were ever ambitious to press on, though they
were often ambushed by Indians and occasionally they were compelled to break
fresh trails. The Freshman year is always hard!!
VV ith oxen and covered wagons. they started out to become the sophisticated
Sophomores. There were still hazards a plenty-but the work frequently made
way for amusement. The wagon captain, Miss Portenier, and the guide, Emily
Rankin, piloted the class through another interesting year. During the year the
stage coach was stopped for a clever Halloween party that was given for the other
classes en route.
The journey half complete, the Class of '29 took on a livelier means of locomo-
tion. In automobiles or benzine broncos, they opened the cutouts and thundered
across the prairies. They terrified the Indians and marauders on the highways.
Under the capable engineering of their sponsor, Miss Portenier, and their president
Bill Grieve, who rivals Barney Oldfield himself, the class gave one of the best
Junior Proms that was ever given in the history of the Secondary Training School.
They transported all the classes, the faculty and student teachers to sunny japan
where Wisteria blossoms were blooming in profusion, and soft lights. dizzy foxtrots
and dreamy waltzes caused all cares to be forgotten.
The following year the class of 1929 took to the air and volplaxfed and looped
the loop through a prosperous and happy Senior Year.
IXIrs. Orr was chosen as class sponsor. Bill Grieve was elected pilot, with jack
Allum his assistant and Lorraine Brinker as secretary and treasurer.
In the Artic flight a stop was made at the North Pole for an Eskimo Party.
The Little Theatre was converted into an igloo, where dancing was enjoyed 'mid the
icicles. Eskimo pies were served later in the evening. Then the Seniors returned to
resume their studies.
The representatives to the student council were Margaret Reno, president of
S. T. S. A.: Bill Grieve, student manager, and Kenneth Coyte. The class was
represented on the football team by Bill Grieve, jack Allum, Lawrence Cheese-
brough, and Keith Miller. In basketball jack Allnm. jimmie Payne, and Kenneth
Coyte carried the maroon and brown.
Philip Barrie's play, "The Youngest," was selected for the class play and was
given in the spring quarter.
Graduation called a halt to the dizzy progress of 1929. ln a breath taking stunt
they parachuted down to receive their honors.
In the words of Moon Mullins, "It had been SOME ride !"
l age 'Ihirty-one
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INi.z Got-"rz, Larumie Wyo.
"GvntIvnn'n I rcf'r I?lm1d1.r'
Laramie Hi, h, '.. '. , . S.. '27, '29.
lXIath Club, '2 . lvislitball. '2S.
French Club 28. S. P. S. A. '28.
Chorus, '2S: C'll1l.'lt'l '27.
Assistant Editor Tassakoomi 1 -.
Editor-in-Chief of Tassakooma 29.
Yrkfx .PXNNAREL Guts:-:TT XVindsor, Colo.
Xvindsor Hi 'li School 2C '27, '2S.
Science Club '--9. . T. S.. '- .
Wn.l.i.xM H. Gkmvli. Casper VX' yo.
"His Rogul NiI1.v"
Natrona County High School 26, '27.
President Language Club '29.
junior Class President 'I .
Senior Class President
Student Manager 29.
. T. S. 28 '.. . Football 28. '29.
Nrt Club 2S, Letter Club '29.
XIAYNIIQ Pu 1-2. Daniel. VVyo.
"Dau, htm' of the I and'
Pinedale Hi 'li School '26 '27, '28.
Languw. e Club, '29,
. . S. 'L . Chorus 29.
I-'RANCES 1:I.IZAl1ETH PINGITZFR,
"LiHlv Jilin' .S'un.v11i1m"
t . . S. '26 '27, '23, 'Z .
Basketball, '26 '27 '.c.
Tassakooma Staff, '29,
Art Club, '2S. Chorus L". '28,
Science Club, '2S. G. A, A., '29,
.AGNES OLSON, Laramie, XVyo.
"R.'ln't'm of Szfrzizylzroolc Farm
Evanston High School, '2S.
S. T. S.. '26 '27. '29,
Girl Reserve, '26
Chorus. '26, '27. G. A. A. '27.
bllklhllli PAYNE, XVhezxtland, NVyo.
Laramie High School, 26.
S. T. S.. '27, '28,
Math Club, '28
Xl.XR'l'll.-X Tuoixms, Laramie, XVyo.
Other half of "I-Ve"
S. T. S., '26 '27 '28 '29.
Girl Reserve '26,
Chorus, '26, '27 '28,
Art Club, '28.
G. A. A., '27 '28 '29' Treasurer .
Language Club, '29.
Medicine Bow, VVyo.
Medicine Bow High School, '26, '27
S. T. S., '28, '29.
Math Club, '28.
Football, '28 '29,
SUSAN SHICORA, VVamsutter. W'yo.
, , , , '29
Vlfamsutter High School, '26, '27.
S. T. S., '28, '29.
Chorus, '28. Science Club, '28, '29,
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KEITH LTILLISR, Rozet, XVy0. l,ouRAiNi: BRINKER, Denver, Colo.
"Thr Slu'ik" "Thr Cara' Girl"
Laramie High School, '26. S. T. S.. '27, '28, '29,
S. T. S., '27, '28, '29, Secretary Freshman Class, '27,
Football, '28, '29, Treasurer Sophomore Class, '2S.
President, Art Club, '29, Secretary Senior Class, '29,
, Chorus, '27, '28.
LA"ffgAbIlj- .lf'RGEN5l5Nv Pmedale, VVY0- Math Clu'b, '23 . Science Club.
"The Old Faxlzimzrd Girl" RUSSELI. VVORT, jackson, VVyo.
Pinedale Hi-gh School, '26, '27, '29-, "Russ"
S. T. S., '29, G, A. A., '29, "Sr-z'vutvvn"
Language Club, '29, Chorus, '29, JRCQSLSI Hggh School, '26, '27, '28,
S. . , ., '.. .
AGNf5S1L0P'ff Science Club, '29,
",-1 Girl fn Tm, 7'1wu,ggmi" DoRoTHY CLARK, Laramie, VVy0,
S. T. S., '26, '27, '28, '29, "DUI"
Art Club, '26, '27, "Little l'Vn111vu"
G, A, A,, '26, '29, Harmony District School, '26,
Chorus, '28, S. T. S., '27, '23, '-99.
Science Club, '29. G. A. A-. '-23. '29-
- Math Club.
1xI.nu:.uuer M. Reno, Gillette, Wyo. Science Club' '29,
"Fr:-vklvs"' BARTON Sxvman
Campbell County 'High School, '26, '27, "B0"f"
S, T, Su '28, '29, "The Tin S0ldirr"
Chorus. '28 S. T. S., '29-
-giemdent' 29' Ri'T:1RL3hEuc:LA,xu, Larainie, VV yo.
JACK :XLLUM, Mancos, Colo. Om' of "'lfVr"'
"J01Hwx. d0H.'f" S. T. S., '26, '27. '28, '29,
"Girl Shy" Chorus, '26, '27, '23,
Denver High School, '26, Girl Reserve,
S. T. S., '27. '23, '29. Class Reporter, '26, '27,
Baskefbilll. '28, 29. Secretary-Treasurer G. A, A., '28.
Football, '29, Art Club, '23,
Business Manager Tassakooma, '29. Tassakooma Art Editor, '28, '29,
President Science Club, '29, French Club. '29.
Math Club, '28, Language Club, '29,
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Al.l..xN LOVE Moneta VV3o.
Other of 'Litilc Hon"
Lauder High School '76 '27 'IB .
S. T. S. 29.
Nlath Cluh '99,
E1.l..x LEo'rA PEDEN, Laramie Wyo.
Bosler High 76.
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Science Club. 'E.
X' IYIAN D LICHT PUTNAM Gillette. VVyo.
"The Bad Girl
Teckla I-Tigh.Scho0l 26 27.
Nlath Club. 8.
Language Club 29.
Chorus. 28 29.
I I-ITA IRENE GRECORX' Rock River Wyo.
lxock Rixer Hi h School 26 27 .
,. T. S. .
I anguage Club 29.
IXICHAR11 AIARSH, Lusk. VVyo.
husk High School, '26, '27, 28.
. . T. S. .
Art Club. 'Z9.
Mixxxmi O. CL1F1foRn, Q
Om sf Two Lovers"
S. T. S. "'6. 27, '2S.
Dramatic Club, '26, '- .
lfrench Club '28.
Math Club. '28.
Language Club, '29.
DoxAI.n Cox WELL
211611, of Steel"
S. T. S. 24 26. '27, '
S. T. S. A. '28.
Pythaaorean Society. '...
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VVl1eatland High Schoo
St. Patrick s Academy,
S. T. S. '29.
Secretary Science Club,
KENNETH CoY'r1-:, Asbur
'27 . 28.
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A. P. H. S. 25, '26.
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Science Club. '29
S. T. S. A. 29.
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Science Club, 'Z9.
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CHARLES REILD Upton NVyo
Upton High School 25 27
Q T S 28 79
Science Club 29
El.1zuxE'rH ORR Laramie Wyo
Thev Had to S L Parr:
Toulouse France 28
S T S 27 79
Tassakooma Staff 27 29
Nice President G A A 77 29
Science Club 79
Tlu Brains of the Famzlx
Gramton High School 76 77 28
Q T S 29
Science Club 79
BILRILI EDITH KINGINIXN Tie Siding
S T S 26 77 78 79
Girl Reserxe 26
Science Club 78
Chorus 76 77 215
AIBERT Lxlvs0N Elk Mountain 7
T1 0 S114 nt Hiro
Elk Mountain High School 26 7 .
Craig High School 8
Q T S 79
Art Club 79
J. LUCILL KINCMANV Tie Siding, W3o.
'Her Fat 'ers Daughter
S. T. S, 26 27 '28, '39,
Art Club B.
D:XVIIl Loi E. Monetw VVyo.
Onc of the 'Little lllnz '
Lander High 26 21 '28,
S. T. S. 79.
Math Club B.
EMIIY RANKINA Thermopolis Wyo.
Hot Springs High School 626.
S. T. S. 27 '28 79.
Sophomore Class President '27.
French Club B.
Language Club '29.
Tassakooma Staff 29.
VVILIIKM D. RICH XRDSON
Elk Mountain W5 o,
"Little Boy Blue
Elk Mountain High School 26 .
S. T. S. 29 '29.
Science Club 29.
French Clu'b 28.
Art Club LS.
SHIRLEY WILLs, Parco, NVyo.
"The Jas: Singer"
Madison, Nebraska, High School, '26, '27,
S. T. S., '28, '29.
Science Club, '28, '29.
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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1930
FROM LONX B XLKED CAR TO LIMOUSINE
I-IEN I first saw ole Prep School
T was on an autumn dav
A low back mar we drove
And sat on a load of hay
But when the hay was bloonnn grass
Rnd decked with flow ers of sprmg
N o flowers were there that could compare
VV 1th the Class of which I sing
Ridm along rn the low backed car.
The low backed car has gone
WVe now ride in a lnnousme
vvlth Brad Ross as our chaulfeur
And Chuck -Xllum to furnish benzine.
'XI 1lly Grace watches the mileage
Anna pumps cash from the class
Q And sometimes furnishes gas 'J-
Rldlll along in a limousine
Then we stop our limousine
And in our original way
Entertain the Class of 29
At a banquet and Iail Prom gay
YN e look behind through the window
And x levy each on coming clmss
lhiou h which xx e soon will pass-
Rldlll along in our limousine
Members of the Class of go deserving recognition in basketball and football
are VVayne Hullet Bradford Ross Charles Allum, Donald Lobdell Frederick
Cronber, Ceorge Pape and Hub Southwick.
Mildred Crace Hub Qouthxutk and Bradford Ross were chosen as council
member-. from the Iunior Class l radford Ross vx as elected secretary of the Stu-
dent Counul -IMZARCELLA FAIR.
Miss Hollo checks blow outs and blow-ups,
Bradford hft Pnp and donnvd his hast
ow ln s La. mtinw about .mth flu'
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Uost of our .lnnzorv ouavronally yvll,
But me hai 1 one who alxo raises lu'--ck!
XVFI Foul FR
LVL!! thu sax 18 an ornux fuss."
If lu s not plavunq lu s mal ing a fuss.
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llrllx rs iluarful and alwau Frank.
Offs n surging or plavzng a prank.
Georgie man till grand xtarns galorv.
I xou dont bvlu it ask Urs, Orr.
Our lztth Alarwlla IJ prim and prudent.
Sha x 10l1.Tldl nd zn Pnl' as our hrs!
llfaxni is popular ll axni is hold:
ll H1114 has nzanx qnls in rf tald.
XI KRIUN GRFCORX
Thzs Spanish to nu is nrtalnly no fest-
s urallx thin luv ltt ll gi-:nav us n
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Ilarvx ni fr vs lomlx UI :luv
Causa A lnrnu xln is brads tlmrv too,
Davey is a talkatirv boy,-
Alispllicv-ions. brilliant gn-I-shy co3,
Lealfs a girl -whos alzcags in demand,
I or a knowlrdgt. of Hath is at lur rom-
"'Oh gosh." said Ravine at the Latin .
"1 hop: I rm-:vcr sei this plan angrnorcl'
I rn usually good in 11-Iatl. they sag.
Study, you Lnoze, is bound to pay.
As thi Jzmiarlv lust thinker Ralph gets
His grades arc all two and up.
A fine little boy is this Cronbervg third.
So-me of the girls thinls hcs the last
Billie is a girl 'who loves to swim-,
Sn' spends hor tinu in tln. pool at tlu.
Irene I-Ianson is dcmura and sweet.
She takvs the boys quitt off their fmt!
Somvbody asked Frit' 'allay his nose was
Rclurtantly lu- an vzwred It bunzpcd an
Pure Ihnlx ugh!
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His name- is Hfrlrstvr, it is truv.
But his uscs of the divtmnary arv frw!
l w0n't luv surprised if I do get a Hunk,
This S'l1akfspem'r l tink is tvrrihlf'
A happy go luvlry lmy is Chlllffk,
Always helpful and full of pluck.
.-1 fondnvss for tht' hospital has Betty
And as for uvfidmzts-slu"s an unlucky
Bfllft' is 0 Prvp ti.'ho's alzvays slvvk,
In fart. hv's krunvn us thv Prep shvrlc.
Bill is nv-:'ur noisy. hv's as quiet as a
Oh wlmi a pity.' Our poor littlc "Blus-
Thf' lifv l lvud -would nmlcv most girls
For every day a nv-ze' rusv ha-:'v 1.
lfVhcn Frvd thrn-ws lruvh his hmd and
His infcvtious lnughtvr mtrhrs thr'
Oh! l'i""llcIl a fast tvurlcvr is "Stu'vilv."
Sonu' of the girls full him "Spf-fd."
Hf'hvn Ruth isn't 'walking 'with a young
Slufs always working with might and
:It lcirlcin-g ll football Dun z'un't ln' llval.
Thi' truth is l70n's our star athlvtv.
"Bang, Rang," unvonsviously yvllvd Fd
Alice arts -zurll in class-in study hall
That's cvrtainly vnnugh for ont' girl to du.
Lihv most Prvp girls Evwlyn van ln'
ll"'nuld shc uhjvvt -if shv 1c'm'v sq1n'v.:vd.
A jolly good fvllow is Hub
In lmslevtlmll hv's a sub.
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Thanks to hard 'work und Svnoritn Hvll.
EJNYIN CRoN1u-:Rm:- X
Ed's good naturcd: hv's alzwys at play.
llflzilv rvuding intvntly his I-Vvstvrn
I-Vc thinlc hv'll nzakc unotlzcr Hurry
Luugdnn sonu' day.
Thv shy studvut tvarlrvr often says In
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for all the would-be aviators.
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CERTAIN group of aeronautical enthusiasts established a partnership and
decided to go to the airport at the Secondary Training School for their work
in the school year beginning September, 1927. The members of this partnership
employed Miss X oung as their adviser.
The first of the year the principal of the airport asked the second year students
to give a program at Assembly. They readily consented and with the help of Miss
Portenier prepared a I-1allowe'enI minstrel. 'The following Friday, they gave the
first class party of the year a I-Ia1lowe'en party, which aiforded much merriment
The 'lassakooma has for the last few years staged contests between the classes.
On October fifteenth all of the classes had group pictures, while the juniors and
Seniors or the first and second' year Flying Squads, tookindividual pictures. The
Sophomores won this contest over all the other classes by more than a week. The
next contest was the Subscription Sales Contest, which was won also by the second
year ground school squad. Y
During the First half of the second quarter the second year ground school
squad soared avi ay above the other classes in scholarship. They had forty-one and
seven-tenths per cent Qnearly iiftyj of their class on the honor roll. This was
almost double the per cent in any other class.
This year they elected as class officers Milan Bump, presidentg Neil Roberts,
vice president: Emerson Y oung, secretary, and Richard Johnson, treasurer. Milan
and Emerson are the class representatives on the Student Council.
Thus far this class has had one of the most successful years the airport has
ever known. They hope to make their remaining two years just as successful if not
The squad is eager to leave the ground for air service.
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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1932
S DOCTOR RILZER was gazing across the Vifyoming prairie, comparing
it to the corn fields of Iowa he noticed an object coming at a terrific rate of
speed toward Prep. The obj ect drew nearer and proved to be a 1928 model Ford, in
which rode the Freshman class.
VV hen Doctor Ixilzer became 'acquainted with the class, he found that Elwood
Erickson was pilot of the car Ross Hill was chief mechanic, while Grace Louise
Williamson took notes on how much gasoline was used in keeping up with Miss
Portenier. Charles Welty stood ready to take the wheel should Elwood die of
The adx entures of the Ford vw ere many and varied. First the Freshmen
stopped at the Krueger Information Bureau, in order to obtain the very best maps
and guides for a successful trip through High School.
Shortly after arriving at Prep the Ford was called in to qualify as a member
of the Prep Racing Association. It was found to be so superior to the other cars
that it was sent out to clear the football field of any debris which might have been
left over from the year before.
Shortly after the Ford had recovered from the flu, with other cars representa-
tive of all the Prep classes it entered the annual Tassakooma Sales Race. Owing
to several cracked cylinders due to the flu., the Ford'had great diiiculty in getting
under way but when it once got started, it demonstrated the superiority of the Ford
in 'pick up ability for it was a xery close second in mileage percentage, and first
in actual miles covered.
It is easily seen that the Freshmen have acquitted themselves with honor during
this their First year at Prep and have shown that the Ford car is one which will
have to be reckoned with in the future.
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-ROBERT Flu-:nl5R1cK AND JAMES I-IAR'1'zE.i-L. I
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HIS'1 ORE OF THE CLKSQES OF 1933 AND 1934
l D faithful engine 33-34 with hngineers liiownian and Young at the throttle
puffed slow ly out of the round house 'ieptember I7. 1928: 'ittached the old
-:ars and prepared to pick up the new ones for the ye'1r's run on the unior High
road of study. VN hen Conductor Ixilzer began checking his train he noticed that he
had cars from many places containing '1 variety of products. The following labels
'appeared on the cars: jones and May er. jackson' 'lrewathan 'uid l-l'1rns Rawlins:
Fredricks 'ind VVoods twins, Parco: bparks lxock Springs: Gordon Richardson
Elk Mountain- Forbes Cheyenne' Grant xVl1C'ltl3.1lCl ' Luening and Fidel Casper:
Morrison Nebr'1sk'1' Dudley twins Denver. Next came a big carload of ranch
products: Prosser VX url Klouda Philbrick 'ind Shaeffer tw ins. Sever'1lc'1rlo'1ds
of I 2l1"IllliC.S best Finished the train.
Early in the trip a faster freight picked up c'1r Allen Fidel 'uid in the process
of switching blain Grant pulled 1 dr'1wb'1r and had to be set out. L len Carr w 'ls
soon transferred to '1 southern line but I ouise Montgomery from the New York
Central w 'ls brought in to take his place.
lir'1ken1en called to help Lonductor Kilzer and the engineers were lwlendine
Mayer blossom Fredericks 'uid the otiicials of junior High Republic.
On Halloween we went into siding long enough to refuel 'ind refill the tanks.
In the last lap of the year s trip the train is running smoothly with brakemen
'Ind officials working so efficiently that Conductor Kilzer c1n snooze on the pl'1tforn1
of the caboose.
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THE SAME SPIRIT WHICH PERFECTED THE U. P. TRAIL
MANIFESTS ITSELF IN SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONS
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where he tested the methods 'md turther tramed the Prep meehamcs He
bltlllgllt the master mechamcs M1ss lsreugel 'md lllrs Or1 to help hlm
I he Semore those B111 Lrrlexe lwarton Qnx der and Nlargaret Reno to keep then'
part of the Lelebrated Prep '1 ram m good 1OllCl1tlOl1 l hex ran the engme
'lhe lnmors were represented In Nlnldred Crate lsradfomd Ross and Hub
bOlltl1WlClx lhe Qophomores elected Pmerson X oung and Nhlan hump the Fresh
men selected Flxxood Erxckson 'md the lumor Hugh sent I-.lendme Nlexers and
Hloesom Frederlck to keep the Caboose m ordel
At the hrst meetmg of the qecondarv lif'lll'Ill1g School f'XS's0Ll'llC10l1 Margaret
Reno was eletted pres1dent Bull CTICXC was appomted etudent manager XX ayne
After the hohdays Barton Sn, der xx ent to New X ork and hm plaee was taken
bx lxenneth Cox te of the Semor Class lyradford Ross salled to Furope and the
lumors elected Charles. Allum m h1s plane
lhe student coumxl has endeavored to keep the books and lllag?l7ll1C5 m studw
hall m order lhe deske also haxe been snperused and kept 111 mneh better con
dmon lhe N 1 Q A has also trled to nnproxe the order m the halls lhe ques
tlon of g1rls bemg 'lble to get athletlc letters has been dlseussed Talks have been
,gn eu from tlme to time nl the general assembly with the hope of lmproxmv Lll'17Cl'l
lhe torm of the betondarx lramm- 'sthool Xssouatxon thls xear IN '1 eomplete
thange trom tor mer yeare and lt has worked out most successfnllx
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THE TASSAKOOMA STAFF
HE Tassakooma has gone to press! just as we have traced in the theme of
our book this year the stages of transportation from the lndian rider to the
aeroplane, so we might point out the growth in patience. initiative and responsibility
in the staff itself. Qur initial steps were awkward, but we take great pleasure in
presenting the finished product, hoping that each Prep student will find that the
tenth volume of the Tassakooma, "The Messenger," has portrayed and recorded the
1928-1929 school year accurately.
The Tassakooma Staff is particularly indebted to Dr. Grace R. Hebard of the
University of VVyoming for the theme used this year, "The Progress of Transpor-
tation in the State." Dr. Hebard also permitted us to use the cut of her map of
NVyoming, which depicts in so graphic and charming a manner the growth of trans-
portation in VVV0llllllg.
We wish also to acknowledge the invaluable suggestions and help of Miss
qnow under whose dnection the 'ut classes made all the hnoleum cuts used in 'our
The hteraiy work for the Tassakooma w as done lalgely in the English depart-
ment and we w ish to thank Miss Ixrueger and her student teachers for their splen-
Those student teachers who w ere mterested enough to let us haxe their cuts
helped to complete an attractive page tor the Tassakooma
We are indebted to Dean C R Maxw ell for sex eral campus and scenic views
which were taken 110111 the summer school bulletins and to Dr L R Ixilzer for his
interest and cooperation
Special credit is due the txpists who hawe given a great deal of time to the
'lassakooma and to those students who helped to make our feature section more
successful by turmng in Jokes and humorous write-ups.
Daud Hurwitz the adx ert1sin0 manager is to be commended for his energy
in getting ads The results haxe been most gratifving and hate made possible the
stiff covers on tllls year s books Ex ery Prep student is urged to read the ads and
to patronize those who are interested in the qecondary 'I raining ichool.
'l he Tassakooma Qtaff wishes most heartily to express its sincere appreciation
to the adusers Miss I-Iollo Miss Dell and Miss ltortenier for their generous help
in tnne energy and direction
Those members of the Tassakooma Stait who have worked the hardest have
been awarded Prep letters We extend best wishes for a better book next year.
May you thoioughly enjoy the 1929 Tassakooma!
TIHC7 Coetv Editor lll Chief Robert Frederick . . . . ,Frtshman Reporter
tMarcella Fair -1snvtantEd1tor
'Jack Mlum Busuzcss llanaqvr
'George Pape -lvnsfant Busan ss Hana tr
'Daxid Hurwitz 4d crtzsmg llauagcr
Bradford Ross fist! 4d zrtumq llanagrr
'Richard Johnson Salvs lfanagrr
Margaret Reno Assistant Sales' llanaffrr
VN xlliam Griexe
The e tndesnts
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F1 cvhmafl R1 Porte 1'
The Class ........
Ruth Sargent . .
Charles Allum . .
Mar 'aret Reno .
lxenneth Coyte . . . . . . . .
Xlarcella Fair . .
Keith Miller . . .
Bertha Johnson .
Maxine Clifford .
ihirley YVills . .
Maurine Hollo .
Cecile Bell .... ...........
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were nw :rdf I letters for outstanding worl' on the 'l'n.sak0oma Simi.
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Mfary Elizabeth Loyd-Teaching at Bosler.
Bessie B. Stickley-Laramie, Vtiyomiug.
Stanley Hill-University of VVyoming.
Zelda Elsie Peden-Teaching at Bosler.
Elfreda Ll. Galde-University of VVyoming.
Emma Dixon-University of Xvyoming.
Tom Stotts-Engineering course. Oklahoma
Ellen Pattee-University of South Carolina.
Oliver Sundby-University of VVy0mfing.
Grace Bennett-Business School, Casper.
Elva M. james-Kaycee, Vtiyoming.
Clair B. Sticklcy-Laramie, Xvyoming.
Edward Chedsey-Vtfaldeu, Colorado.
june Miller-University of Vtlyoming.
Agnes Hinds-Denver University.
Mary Louise Sargent-University of VVyo.
Helen Pape--University of Vkfyoming.
Clarence Chedsey-W'alden. Colorado.
Agnes M. Towne LDayl-Monterey Park,
Katherine L. Bailey--University of Vtfyo.
Maxine Thompson--Ranch near Laramie.
Helen Bennett-Business School Casper.
XVilliam Bugas--VVamsutter. VVyoming.
Anna Margaret Loyd-QDeceasedl.
Franklin VVelch-University of VVyoming.
Dorothy Dale-University of W'y0ming.
Sadie Marie Hatch-University of VVyo.
,lane T. Beck-Teaching, Los Angeles.
XVillett E-mory DeKay-M.D., NewfY0rk.
Lois Mabel Jamieson QBaileyJ-Casper
Sophid Lepponen-Sheridan, X'Vyoming.
Robert Bruce Miller-University of VV yo.
Robert A. Thompson-Guernsey, Wfyoming.
Mary E. W'atts--
Chas. E. Spalding-Grand Island, Nebraska.
Harriet M. Abbot QCorthellJ-Laramie.
Clyde NV. Atherly, Cheyenne, VVyoming.
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T A s s A K o o M A
Gllana nf 1925
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HE loud clanffinff of a bell echoes through the dormitory. No one stirs except
the monitor in the adjoining room. One or tu o of the girls cast '1 sleepv
glance around the windy dorm. lhere s lots of time before hreakfast they think
'ts thex doze off. -Xll too soon another bell rings 'md everyone jumps out of hed
exclannmg, Oh- dear!
ls that the live minute bell? l'Vhen the last hell rings
theie is a general rush for the stairs and everyone 'trrix es at pray ers in 'x breathless
'md far fl om pray erful mood.
Aftex '1 breakfast of prunes 'md oatmeal, often termed 'hoarding school cle-
hght every one goes to her SCl7'1l"1tC dorm to make her hed 'md light over the 'lone '
her eight o clock crass and murmurs weakly "l was on dorm duty f
When morning classes are ow er the girls all dash home in hope of getting some
mail The lucky ones stand about exchanging hits of news until lunch is served.
Fhen back to school for more classes.
At thi ee o clock the girls drag wearily home to dress for gvm. After hopping
around for an hour like a bunch of trained monkeys, evervone dresses for dinner.
A short Chapel service 'Ind '1 half hour of recreation follow the dinner hour. A
seven thirty study hall begins. At nine oclock everyone struggles back to her
dOlIl1ltOlj and her inviting white bed.
Brinker Lorraine ............ Denver Colo.
Clifford Maxine .... . . . . ........ Quealy
Putman X nnan . . . ........ Gillette
Rankin Emilx . . . .... Thermopolis
Reno Margaret .... ........ G illette
Slucora Susan . . . .... .... X Namsutter
Thompson Isabelle . . . ...... NX heatland
XX illnms Harel .... . . .Jackson Hole
XX ills ql'lll'lCX . . . .................. Parco
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Garrett Rocme .... ......
Dixon, Agnes . . ...... . .
Hague Leah .
Tones Florence .....
. . .Jackson Hole
Kerr Marjorie .... .....
Lemmon Fxtlvn . . .............., Burris
Poppleton Lulu . . . .... Birmingham, Mich.
. . . .Chugwater
. . .......... Casper
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Harris Bernice ..... ............ , Iam Em
Harris. Maysie .... .............. 5 l'un lim
Hollinrakc, Marcia .
Martin, Donna . . .
Vulm Nita .... , . .
Tvxidale Evelyn . . .
Williamson. Grace .
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. . ............. Hanna
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'N'Ia3er Blendine .... ..... 5 lackson Hole
Montgomery. Louise . . . . ....... Lar-imie
Trevathan Thelma .
Gillette .... ..... J ackson Hole
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VVoods Dorothy .... .......... .... P ' treo
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things at once when he has to-buttoning shirts, combing stubborn hair, tying
ties, and trying to get to the bottom of the stairs first. Mr. Harkness looks scaredg
he probably thinks it sounds like a stampede. However, he seems to have recovered
sufficiently to say morning prayers.
Amen. Ah, now we can eat! Shredded wheat for breakfast. Spoons clash
viciously on cereal dishes. Sounds like the reproduction of the Battle of Bull Run.
, Again a mad rush for the stairs-this time to do details. In about ten minutes
the whole building has been polished and set to rights for the day.
The bell rings againfl Each boy slicks his hair back to meet his girl at school
and dashes out the door. -Klf:NN15'rH Covrrf.
Allum. Jack ................. Mancos. Colo.
Cheesebrough, Lawrence ..... Medicine Bow
Coyte, Kenneth ......... Asbury Park. N. J.
Cronberg, Frederick ......... Medicine Bow
Grieve, VVilliam . . . . .......... Casper
Love, Allen .... . . . ....... Moneta
Love. David . . . ..... Moneta
Payne. james .... . ...... Laramie
Reed, Charles .... . . ..... ..... U pton
Richardson, Vlfilliam . . . .... Elk Mountain
VVort, Russell . . , . ................ Jackson
Allum, Charles .
Cronberg, Edwin . .
Lobdell, Donald . . . . .
Pape, George . . .
Ross, Bradford .
Scott, Ellis ....
Reese, Dean . . .
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Bump, Milan . . . ......... . . .Denver, Colo.
Cam lin Davis . . . ............... Cas mer
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McDonald. Clarence .... .......... B airoil
Roberts. Neil .... ........... D enver, Colo.
Scherry, Joseph .... ............. S heridan
Stamford, Barry Vlfilliam . . . ....... Casper
Young. Emerson .... .............. C asper
Ashenburst, Hal ..... ........ .... S l ater
1 idel Allen .... .........
Freeman Henry . .
Frederick Robert . .
Grieve NV. B .... .
Hartzell james . . . .
Hollinrake Oscar . .
McDonald Arthur . . .
Xiclntosh James . . .
Richardson Albert . . .
qmith, Russell . . .
Taylor Arden . . .
Wfelty Charles . .
NVelt5 Frank ..... ..
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. . . . .. .Douglas
. . . . .. .Bairoil
... . .Split Rock
. . .Elk Mountain
. . . .Kemmerer
. . . .Cheyenne
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Dudley. Robert .... .
. . .. .Demer Colo.
Dudley Thomas .... . ....... Denver Colo.
Forbes Richard . .
Harns. Jack . . . .
Morrison Fay . . . . .
Prosser Dean . -. . . . ..
Richardson Gordon . .
snydef VVilliam . . .
Sparks. Lewis .... . .
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. . .. ..Rawilns
. . . .Mitchell Nebr.
. . ....... Tie Sidin
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.. . . . ...Rock Springs
Woods Donald ..... ....... D emer ,Colo.
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Breedlove. William . . . .... Hollxvsood Cal.
Bump Morrison . . . ....... . .Denver Colo,
Chilcote. 'iamuel . . .
Pennoyer Stanley . .
Snyder NVilliam ....
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HE Science Club held its initial meeting january tenth with an enrollment of
thirty-four members. Miss johnson was selected as sponsor. The election of
officers resulted in jack Allum as president and Isabelle Thompson as secretary-
treasurer. The club picture was taken the next day at Centlivere's studio.
At the second meeting M r. P. T. Miller of the Universitv Chemistry Depart-
ment gave a talk on that very useful metal, iron. "Have you had your iron today?
This was the iirst of a series of lectures the club has planned. These lectures are to
be given by members of the University faculty on the various phases of science
such as Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy, and Geolofrv.
paper which was originated and published by last year's Science Club. This paper
is to be a brief record of school activities and every day happenings which never
End their way into the Annual. The faculty adviser is Miss johnson: the editors,
Charles Reed and. Isabelle Thompson: the business manager, Xvilliam Richardson.
The remainder of the stat? is chosen from the Science C lub. The First edition of the
"Retort" is to be out just before Tournament VVeek.
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The club voted to take up the responsibility of editing the "Retort," a school
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N THE YEAR of 1927 and '28, the only language club organized in .l'rep was
the French Club, but this year, with Miss Bell and Miss Hollo as sponsors, a
cluh was organized which consisted of both the former and present French, Spanish
and Latin students.
In the first meeting the sponsors explained that there is not such a wide varia-
tion in the modern languages as most people think, for Latin is the mother and the
languages which we now study are derived from it. and through centuries of use
they have changed to such an extent that we have many different tongues.
Elections at the first meeting resulted in XVilliam Grieve as president of the
entire cluh and Hub qouthwick as secretary-treasurer' Nlaxine Cli1Tord vice presi-
dent of the French group' YVayne Hullett of the Spanish and Anna Holt of the
ln the second meeting Miss 1' 'ell demonstrated the likenesses of Spanish,
French and I atin words of the present day. 'lhere was a word contest in which
Nlarion Gregory Nlartha 'lhomas and Ruth 1 uglaar and Charles Wfelty prow ed
themselw es champions in their respective groups.
In the March meeting a plav an as given by the French group and songs were
sung in latin Qpanish and Trench. Cluh members ansvsered to roll call with
prox erbs in the language of his or her group.
-Xt the April meeting a play was given by the l atin group. 'l here were current
ex ents songs. and games.
In May a plav was given by the Spanish group.
Not onlx was the language club this year educational but it also prow ed to he a
source of great enjoyment and entertainment to all the members.
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HE Chorus of the Secondary Training School has met regularly since school
started, every Tuesday and Thursday from three to four p. m.
The first part of the year was spent in music appreciation. The chorus also
sang "The Bells of Saint Mary" at the Christmas program. lliss French helped
with the German, French, Spanish, and Latin carols for this program in which many
members of the chorus took part.
After the holidays, practice was started for their operetta. "Twilight Alley"
under the direction of Miss French. lt was given at the Little Theatre, April fifth,
The Secondary Training School chorus was assisted by the junior High chorus.
This is the first time at Prep that any chorus has attempted an operetta, and as this
one proved very successful it will probably become a yearly event. The cast was as
Dame Needy Qmother of a large family living in a tenement "The Old Shoeul
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Meg ther eldest daughterl . . . . . ....... . . .f:lfNlfY.X jL'Luax
Jack Qheronly sonl .......................... . ........ j.xcK H.XRNS
Lily Qdaughter of the owner of "The Old Shoepl ............ Glue!-3 VVlI.I,l.X Msox
Meg's Sisters .... ............ 1'r,x Nl'llN, P1-:nov l.1,'1iN1Nc:.-lll-3R'rH.x JOHNSON
jacks Baseball Nine. . ................... lglovs or 'rulf J. H. S. Cliouus
Chorus .... ........ . . .Tun-2 T. S. .xxu J. H. S. Cuolwsi-is
THE PYTHA OREAN SOCIETY
HE Pythagorean Society was organized this year to carry on the work that
was begun so well last year. lt is the aim of this club to conduct meetings
that will benefit the students and show them the enjoyment that may result from the
study of mathematics.
The first meeting this year was held in january. The officers elected were
Bradford Ross, president: Gordon llrenner. vice president: Fred Cronberg, secre-
tary, and XVebster Fowler, treasurer. At this meeting the program for the entire
year was discussed. The Pythagoreans ordered pins similar to those ordered last
year-the small llythagorean star. These pins signify that the members of this
club are the bright and shining "stars" of the school.
The second meeting was given over to a program of "Short Cuts" which were
demonstrated by Marcella Fair. Since that meeting lessons can be prepared in
The February meeting, which was very much enjoyed by all, consisted of puzzle
problems presented by Ralph Hecox. "Puzzle problems are easy to one who knows
how." Ralph's ability in solving puzzles resulted in his election as president to take
the place of llradford Ross, who no doubt is solving many puzzles in Europe.
Professor Rechard entertained the club in lXlarch by a talk which inspired all
The main feature of the April meeting was a mathematical contest. All the
math sharks were in evidence!
The last meeting. the most memorable one of the year, was a field trip picnic
late in May. Since the club could not go to Egypt to measure the width of the
Nile and the height of the obelisks and pyramids as did Thales of old, a trip was
made to "XV" hill by way of the athletic field and cemetery. Many inaccessible
heights and distances were determined on the way by using crude measuring instru-
ments made by member of the class.
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THE ART CLUB
HE Old Mechanic Arts building is the headquarters for the art club, which
was tirst organized here in 1924. This year the club is being sponsored by
Miss Snow, and Keith Miller was elected president ot the organization
The lirst meeting of the year was held in january. It was decided that one of
the aims of this organization would be to hang the pictures in the hall and assembly
room of the Training School in a more satisfactory manner. Some of these have
been taken down, ref rained, and hung so that they may be seen to better advantage
Later in the year, a few of the best of a collection of unframed pictures belonging
to the school were framed, and hung where they might be enjoyed by everyone
Following the plan made at the Erst meeting, the second meeting was devoted
to the designing of hill folds and key cases, to be made in leather. At the remaining
meetings of the year these problems were finished, and some very interesting leathei
The linoleum cuts for the division sheets of the IQZQ Tassakooma were designed
under the supervision of Miss Snow. The Main Title Page was designed and cut
by Elizabeth Orr: the Sub Title Page was executed by VVilliam Richardson: Hazel
VVilliams did the Foreword : Order of Books was created bv Inez Goetz: Dedication
was done by Susan Shicora: Ruth Fuglaar did the Faculty division page: Classes
was done by Vera Miller: Lulu Poppleton designed the cut for Organizations
Athletics was designed by Martha Thomas: lack XVebster made the cut for Fea
tures, and Frances Pingitzer designed and cut the block for the end sheets
The art club appreciates the interest Miss Snow has taken in this year's organi
zation and hopes that next year's club will enjoy its work as much as the club has
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HX SIC-XL I!4Cl1.'lC'l.lCiO1'l Classes of the Secondary Training School have been
verv busv this year. 'lhe girls' classes under Mrs. Summers played hockey
and did some uork on the mats during the fall quarter. During the winter term
they sw am and during the spring quarter, they expect to have baseball teams and to
go on organized hikes. 'lhis vear the girls are able to earn .Prep letters by making
a thousand points in physical education work.
T'he boys I, E. classes have been equally active. There was football and mat
work the First quarter swimming and basketball the next quarter, and in the spring
there will be swimming mat work, baseball, and track.
Coach Clammer had charge of football. He has played for two years with the
Aggies at Fort Lollins Colorado and has coached the Aggie Frosh team. Preps
won half their football games and made a much better showing than the previous
Coach Roy Ixider was assistant football coach and had charge of the basketball.
1' rep had a green team, but one that fought every minute of every game.
In all Preps took fiwe trips this year.--one to VVheatland, two to Hanna, one
to McFadden and one to Hillsdale Egbert, and Burns.
Prep will lose many good men both in football and basketball, but the school is
looking form ard to new men to carry on the old fighting spirit another year.
bob lxider had charge of the general physical education work. A track team
is anticipated. with meets in ith local and outside teams. As this is the first track
team that has ex er been proposed at Prep, it can readily be seen that the general
physical education program is increasing and improving
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WYOMlNG'S HALF ACRE
.REPS play their home basketball games in the University of VVy0ming gym-
nasium, Many a close and hard-fought game has been played on this floor
during the last year.
This is the largest and best gymnasium in the Rocky Mountain Conference,
with baskets that can be drawn up into the ceiling, and rings and bar apparatus that
can be easily and conveniently cleared from the Hoor for the big games. There are
four individual basketball courts, as well as a main court, where the thrilling games
of the State Tournament are played. At that time the gymnasium is crowded to
capacity with cheering spectators, who have come to Laramie for High School
XYeek to cheer the "home team."
Not only do the Preps gather in the gymnasium to cheer for the basketball
teams, but occasionally a portable stage is set up and a special assembly is held.
The Secondary Training School enjoyed a lecture by Dr. Foster here this year, and
the Messiah which is given annually at Christmas time.
-CH ,xRL12s EXLLUM.
THE OLE SWIMMIN' HOME
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years, but now the old swimming hole has gone and in its place, the Sec-
ondary Training School pupils use the new highly improved swimming pool in the
W'yoming University gymnasium. The water in this pool is sterilized by a system
of filters and an ultra violet ray sterilizing machine.
There are classes for both boys and girls of Prep. The girls' swimming is car-
ried on under the supervision of Mrs. Summers, and is taught by Miss Cainpbell's
coaching class. Miss Dallas has charge of advanced swimming: Miss Cole takes the
intermediate class, while Mrs. Summers teaches the beginners. Several of the Prep
girls have their life saving degrees.
The boys' swimming is supervised by Coach Corbett, and coached by Mr.
Rider. Many Prep boys swim very well and look forward' to joining a University
swimming team some day.
The many happy hours spent in the pool will not be forgotten readily by the
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ECGNDARY Training School had a fairly successful football season this year.
Much credit is due the coaches who gave their time and effort to turning out a
team from a bunch of "greenhorns." The development of last year's men and a
needed supply of new men, helped to make a strong line-up. The men showed all
the light they had while on the field.
Half of the games played by Prep were won. The total score was more than
the total score of the opponents. The Red and Brown showed great improvement
over last year.
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Pre " ........... 69 Laramie junior High..
Preps ............ 45 Hanna .... ..........
Preps ............ 7 Laramie High . . . . . .
Preps ............ 34 Hanna . . . . . . . . . . .
Preps ............ 0 Wiheatland . . . . . . . .
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jack Allum. Captain. .. .... Right End Hill Grieve . . . . . . .Right Guard
Bill Bloom ..... .......... L eft End Hub Southwick , . . .... Left Guard
Kenneth Coyte . . . ......... Fullback George Pape .... .... R ight Tackle
Don Lohdell . . . ........... I-Ialfback XYeb Fowler . . . ......... Left Tackle
VVa3 ne I-lullet Emerson Young .... ...... H alfback
Brad Ross Lawrence Cheesbrough . . . .Left End
Chuck Xllum Keith Miller ............. Left Guard
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what it lacked in experlence this year. The team was not a high scoring one,
but it shows ed great ability at passing and played some of the hardest teams of the
-.tate Ex en when the opposing team was far ahead, every Prep man played hard
to the xery end
Much credit is due Co'uh Rider whose squad of twelve men improved after
each game and to Dr lxilzei, who helped to schedule some especially interesting
1 INIE UP GAMES
lack Xllum Forward Preps ...... Mcliadden . . . .
lames l 'ivne Forward Preps .,.... Fort Collins ....
Don Lobdell Forward Preps ...... N-'lcF'1ddeu . . . .
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VX ax 11e I-lullet . .Guard Preps ...... VVhe'1tl'1nd . . .. . V
Chuck Xllum . .Center Preps ...... 4 l-l'1nu'1 . . . . . .
I red Cronhei . .Guard Preps ...... - ' Hillsdale . . . . . .
Huh Southwxuk Forward Preps ...... lwurus . . . . . .
D'1x1d Hurwxtv . .Guard Preps ...... lzqbert . . . . . . 1
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TATION S.T.S., Top o' the WVorld. broadcasting the twelftli annual basket-
ball tournament sponsored by the University of VVyoming, held at the Univer-
sity gymnasium, March 18-23, 1929.
Announcer : Charles Allum.
XVeather conditions have not been so rosy and some of the teams had a difficult
time getting here. but we now have forty basketball teams enrolled in the tourna-
Radio friends. as you may have heard, the plan of the tournament has been
changed to some extent from last year in an attempt to keep the teams from being
over-played. After the first two games, there is a one-game elimination. The
teams have been arranged in two classes in accordance with the number of male stu-
dents in the school, instead of the weight of the team. Prep falls into Class A, as
all schools with more than forty male students are in that class.
These changes, however, are not affecting the general tournament arrange-
ments. As usual, the first drawings were held Monday morning and the games
started that afternoon.
NVQ: have just received a request from Dr. Kilzer, Principal of the University
Training School. as to how the Prep team showed up in the tournament. Dr. Kilzer,
in the free throw contest, the Prep boys didn't show up as well as we had hoped, as
the noise and excitement bothered the team to a great extent.
Prep drew Rawlins for its first game and in a hard fought contest was defeated
27-12. ln the second drawing Prep drew one of the strong teams of the tourna-
ment, Lusk. Having experienced one defeat, the team fought exceptionally well in
one of the closest and most exciting games of the entire tournament. At the end of
the game the score was a tie. For the first time in the tournament an overtime game
was played, but the three minutes went only too fast, and Lusk won. The score
was 22-18. This eliminated Prep, but the Secondary Training School can be proud
of its game and fighting team. Xvayne Hullett was on the list of all-state players
given honorable mention.' X
VV e have now received"-tlie final returns on the tournament. VVheatland has
just defeated Glenrock in the championship game. This makes VVheatland winner
of Class A and winner of' the entire tournament. Casper wins second in Class A
and Glenrock wins first in Class B, with Lyman second. Cheyenne and Wforland
tie for first place in the free throw contest and Glenn Rickerson of Sundance wins
the highest individual score in the free throw.
Xlie have received another request from Miss Hollo, teacher of public speaking
at the University Secondary Training School as to how Marcella Fair came out in
the oratorical contest. This contest is sponsored by a National Press Association,
and therefore Prep was able to compete with twenty-nine schools. Marcella did
not place, but she did very well 'mid some keen competition.
The Prep rooters did themselves justice in regard to Eskimo pies and yelling.
This is station S.T.S., Top o' the YVorld, Laramie, Xvyoming. Wfe have just
finished giving a summary of the state tournament sponsored by the University of
Vllyoming. Wfe are now signing off at I2 :go standard mountain time.
Goodnight. Radio Friends.
LLUIXI-'lack was end and captain in football. As forward in basketball he
played a star game.
ROSS-As quarterback in football and forward in basketball Brad was a real
LOBDELL-As halfback Don made gains in football. I n basketball he was a good
l-lULLE'IlT-X-Vayne played halfback in football and forward in basketball. Ile
was a fast man.
BLOOM-liill had plenty of fight as end in football and forward in basketball.
FOVVLER-XVeb, basketball center, and left tackle in football, was a good man in
ALLUM-Chuck, as center in football and forward in basketball, was a good
GRIEVE-It wifl be hard to iill l3ill's place as right guard in football.
PAYNE-Jimmie is a fast forward, who can locate the hoop.
SOUTHXVICK-Hub was a real football guard.
SCOTT-Ellis was a new man as guard in basketball. NV e hope to have him back
PAPE-As right tackle, George played. a real game.
YOUNG-Emerson was a backfield man, who will help to strengthen next year's
COYTE-Kennv plaved a good game of football as halfback, and a qood game of
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basketball as guard.
CHEESBROUG1-1-Lawrence was a good dependable en 1 the Field.
MILLER-Keith will be missed as football guard next
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
LL that can be heard is the steady clip-clap, clip-clap of horses' feet. The
C. LX. A. Parade! In the lead on beautiful black animals ride Miss Hollo
adwiser and Miss Hunt- assistant adviser. Immediately behind them rides Mary
xI3.l1'll'0IiT- the president. 'lhen come the Senior girl swimmers, for they took tirst
in the swimming meet sponsored by VV. A. A., February 27. The Sophomores
then juniors and Freshmen follow. Next is seen the basketball squad in black and
white and close behind them the champion runners and jumpers. Last in colorful
dresses the dancers appear. Elizabeth Orr and Martha Thomas. secretary and
sight for 'L very successful year has ended. but you shall hear what it is all about.
In the fall of 1926 1 group of peppy girls organized into what they called the
C irls Athletic Association. Their one great object was to create greater interest in
girls athletic activities and now they have succeeded for a strong organization rep-
In addition to the sports represented in the parade there are socker, hockey
volley ball b'tseb'1ll, and organized hikes. For all these sports they receive points
which will in time bring I rep letters. -
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A FE TURESF
A CHANCE FOR A FLIGHT WITH ALI.. THE THRILL5-NOSEDIVE
LOOP-THE-LOOP AND TAIL SPIN--IN THE FEATURES OF 1929.
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HI, three seniors at the Secondary 'I raining School with the most outstand-
ing scholastic records are Ruth Fuglaar Lorraine lsrinker and Agnes Olson.
During her four years of high school work Ruth Fuglaar has made an ax erage of
1.62. I orraine ljrinkers average for her three year s work at Prep is 1.66 and
Kgnes Olson's average is 1.92. All three girls haxe been prominent iu school
Other seniors deserx ing honorable mention but who have attended the Second-
ary Training School for one year only, are Evelyn Gregg, Isabella lhompson, and
I aurita Jorgensen.
LX branch of the National Honor Qocietg. was installed at Prep in the spring of
1929. In addition to scholarship-character leadership and service are considered
for eligibility to election in this society. lhe aim is to encourage students to higher
bc' 011111-M arion Philbrick Dean l rosser Eunice Wfalter.
lzighth-1"rank Shaffer. -
Ninth-LXllen Fidel Ross Hill, Flliot Hitchcock, Man Holliday, Rexa Hur-
witz Margaret Nylander, Charles Welty, Frank NX elty.
Truth-Albert Boren Milan bump lwernice Harris Maysie Harris Richard
johnson Clarence McDonald Lois Miller.
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TC'FIffl1-LOl'l'3iI1C Brinker David Loxe Agnes Olson Isabella 'Ihompson
1 eueva XYl1lill1'111.
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bv' 1'nfl1-Dean Prosser Eunice XX alter. Percentage of Class 14.2.
Eiglzflz-Frank qhatfer. l ercentage of Class 7.7.
Ninth-Allen Fidel, james I-lartzell Alan Holliday, Margaret Nylander, Mar-
x in Olson Fxelyn I widale Frank XVelty Charles Welty. Percentage of Class, 20.0.
I lllfll-N'Ill21l1 bump Wan. li . Crieve, Richard johnson Herman Mahnke
Clarence McDonald, Neil Roberts. Emerson Young. Percentage of Class 30.4.
EIC' 1'-ntl:-Marcella Fair, Ralph I-Iecox. I ercentage of Class, 5.7.
7l'ZKl'lff1I-I,O1'1'2Iil1E Brinker, Ruth Fuglaar, Inez Goetz, Evelyn Gregg, Bill H.
Crieve, Laurita Jorgensen David Love Agnes Olson, Frances Pingitzer, VV111.
lxichardson, Hazel Wfilliams. Percentage of Class, 26.8.
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T A S S A K O O M A
Sophomore .lumor Picture Contest
HT lassalcooma stage coach stood leadx for its searly trip. 'lhe well
groomed horses snot ted and stamped then hoofs Irnpatiently representa-
tives from all the classes stood around XX ho should haxe the responsibility of
Cl11Xll'l0 VX ho should watch the bags from the top rear seat? H7110 should have
the conrfor table and coveted seats ll'1SlClC?
lwo Gun l ape of the lunror Class suggested Let s haxe a contest! lhe ones
who w rn can 1lClC inside
VK hat sort ot a contest? w as the eager querx
l he low ei classes lllclllfllllq the lunror High ale to haxe group pictures taken
tor thc 'mnnal lhe class which has the largest per cent ot its pictures and money
rn hrst w ins the contest and rides inside'
but what about the upper classes? aslced Dead Shot Xllurn.
XX c ll hate a contest between the lumors and Seniors too. XVhoever wins
.n rlde inside safe trom w 1nd wood ticks, and I11Cl1Zl1lS
hx eu one agreed l'1stol Diclc lohnson wasted no time Xliith the usual boph-
omore alacrltx he set out to rope in some p1CtllI'CS Pistol DlLli had a system all his
own and got results with amazing speed He set a record that the Frosh and Junior
ngh could not beat l-le had hrs pictures finished and money 111 fully a week before
the lest of the classes nr this group Dustmq hrs hands w 1th his red bandana he
lr cf lross 'schw l6I'll1Q' came next follow ed by Chng XX eltv and Mischief Face
Nleanwhile the lunrors and benrors were haxrng some keen competition-
Dead bhot Xllum and 'I w o Gun l ape went out ttter then class pictures and roped
in the rnonex w 1th adrort tw nls ot the w rrst Fach one got his rnan ' and for a long
time the bets w ere ex en Then '1 wo C-un toolc on the role of lkill lxogers and with
mam complicated actlons roped in several more pictures a little faster than Dead
Shot He therebx won the contest bx 1ust one dax l x December fifth the stage
mach w as reads
Mischief Face Harns and lug lross bCl1XVlC11l'lQ' droxe the horses. Dead Shot
Xllnm s'1t rn the rear seat to guard the treasured pictures that they had worked so
hald to get as w ell as the l'llNt0llCS of the dtfter ent classes and many other valuable
documents lwo Gun l ape and. lllstol Dlclx lohnson rode inside in perfect com-
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THE SUBSCRIPTION SALES CONTEST
T VVAS a busy day around the hangars of the Secondary Training School air-
port. The classes were bringing forth their planes and overhauling them for
the big race. Two classes were especially busy-the Sophorrrores and the Freshmen.
XIV ith every care they went over their planes, for each wanted to win the subscrip-
tion sales contest. Frank Nkfelty was to pilot the Froslr plane and he saw no rest
until he was sure it was in perfect condition for the race. Ace johnson overhauled
"The Spirit of '31'i and put in an extra tank of subscription oil and gas for an
enrergencx Ace Iolrnson had had experience the vear before in the animal race and
he sard My motto rs Preparedness
'I he Iunror s trrrker ed about their plane half heartedlv
'Ihe lunror I-Irfflr w ere xonng and rnexperrenced, but they drd then best
Ieggx Reno the Senior pilot, had had a slrght quarrel wrtlr the Senior class
president, and sard I feel like srrrkrng through the ground rather than trwrng to tlw
So the trme passed and the day of the race arrrx ed 'l he pilots were seated rn
then cockprts when Miss Portenrer gave the signal to start Xll the planes started
except the Senror plane Serx es them rrght sard Gordon lnenner but hrs own
plane soon began to hare drfiicultres It struck an arrpocket, and c une down Fl
mg this plane rs lrke trxrng to get snbscrrptron moner from a Scotchmarr s pocket
ll I rror I-Irwh rlane sailed along smoothly for a short trrne but the race got
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trresorne and they tlroirght We are too Hlqlztv for a contest of this sort so they
d rd ended the matter
Now the race hw between the Frosh and Soph planes Subscription orl was
poured rn treelw by both classes Xt last the goal Hag could be seen and Ace ohn
d f tl neatest and
son gaxe the Sprrrt of 31 all the speed rt had and ma e one o re
fastest landrngs on record
put then plane into a nose rue ar
'I he Sophomores had won the free page rn the Xnnual by selling the most sub
scrrptrorrs for the Tassakooma 'lhe Freshmen were a close second llren came
the lnnrors the lunror Hrgh and last the Seniors
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A PRAIRIE POEM
VVhen the bolden sun h1s xanxshed lhe pralrles w 1ll keep our secrets
And the shadows start to fall -Xnd the pxalrles wlll share our woe'
VVhen the azure skles brow dusky
Stlllness settles oy er all
l he pralrles w 1ll gne us happmess,
VK hen Joys of hte are low
VVhen mbht bxrds twntter gally The happlness that hungry souls
Dartmb svuftly to and fro Have sought ot ages past
And the solemn curlew calls out Is found on the lonely pralrme
His cuckoo su eet and low -Xnd ls met by all 'xt last
The lonely pralrle lb a shrlne lhe hushed mght WOILCS tell us
VV here sad hearts come to pray That we need no more to fear.
And all the plams are hushed and stlll The lonely pralrxe IS our frlend
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A HOME ECONOMICS PROJECT
One of the mterestmg features of the Home Econonncs work enjoved by the
Secondary Trammb School students IS the project Ill chxld care taught by Mrs.
Corklll and her corps of student tewchers
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A M P H ll B I A N S
FIRQT PRIZL ESSAY
I-I C OSH ! bwinnninff class. burely since you cast your waterv shadow 0 er
our pathway we should turn into frogs and dwell in the class of the amphibians
forever. and so it goes. XVe paddle to the gym to p'1ddile in the water.
We are pushed and humped in the ordeal of getting our baskets to go to the
pool to be pushed and picked by Mrs. Summers with her long unerring reaching
pole and are taught to breathe in through the mouth and out through the nose. after
going to hygiene class where the nose is authorized as the most appropriate member
for this purpose.
Soon the unearthly shriek of a whistle penetrates our consciousness as we
vainlv cling to the edge of the pool in an endeavor toescape attention. lhen we
timidly emerge: hoping against hope that some good fortune has impelled the in-
structor to let us out ten minutes early, only to be summoned out of the pool and
told to sit down on the edge! We perch there till we hear '1 thunderous voice saving
'Dive and unable to heed the command we are pushed off by the same indomitable
force that belongs to the voice. .X sinking sensation a blow in the stomach and we
'ire Houndering in the water beow. Wfhen we regain consciousness enough we
look up to see a forlornlv xx et group above us, which we gradually discern to be the
unfortunate group of bys1anders. lf thev haxe laughed 'lt our miseries before, at
'my rate we have had revenge!
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Al L IN A D-XY
Doc. Kilzer calls me to the office
For some misdeed I have done.-
Iferhaps I did Art work in Math class,
And then in Art class I did-none!
Next I pass over to Physics
And then I pass right out again,
For I 've brought the wrong book, alas!
And it seems I've forgotten my pen.
I meekly sit in assembly
And work with a zeal far from slow,
The study hall teacher commends me,
lint l'm really writing my beau!
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PRI-EPS STUDY HALL
I IN S you're my pal Iom l ll tell yah bout li rep s study hall.
Ihe bell rings and we all beat it for that good ole place. Ihe gang meets
at the door, and maybe you think we don't have a time there! VVe shove and push
and everybody just tries his best to step on that sore toe of mine. Finally, we get
there, though, and say! kid, that s where we have our fun. 1 go right over to where
Mary is. She's my best gal, yuh knou. VN e just get to talkin vshen here comes the
study hall teacher and we have to make tracks for our seats. She takes the roll and
looks 'round kinder s'prised cause some of the gang ain't there. Gone to the library
appeared. Now Mary' is funnier 'n the dickens, so I jus' pass it on to the fellows to
read. Vkell, that there teacher has been standin' right mer in the corner vs atchin
me all the while and comes trottin right over where I in a'sittin and taps me on the
shoulder. She asks me if I haven t anything to do and I says 'Sure mike! and jes
as soon as she s gone I ansvt er Marys note. Couldn.t disappoint her, could I?
Before tossin it to Mary I look to see whether or not that teacher is lookin .
VK' ell she isn t cause she s try in' to part two of my pals oy er in the corner. Believe
me they"re hax in a time too 'cause Jack s got Bill s girl s picture and won t giye it
back. Bill socks him an awful wollop, 'cause he ain t 'lowin no other fella to carry
his gal's picture. NVell, the teacher takes that picture herself and on the side sorta
secret like she promises Bill shell give it to him when jack ain t lookin . She likes
bout this time jim starts pasin some great big suckers round and gee, they
are good! But darn it! 'l hat teacher would be lookin ! She takes ei ery blessed
one. Mean of her don t yuh think after Jim went clear to the Campus Shop last
hour after them? VN-'anted 'em herself, I reckon. XVouldnda' thrown my gum out
Wfell anyvsay, Bob and me have an alarm clock. Guess we could wake that
teacher up. He puts it in his desk and it begins to ring awful loud. XN7ho d a
thought it could make such a racket?
I felt sorry for bob. Ex eryone looked right at him and course that teacher
knows right now where that clock is. She came over and told Bob if she ever caught
him at that again, he'd go to the ofiice and yuh know what: that means. But them
teachers are hard-boiled, I'm a lettin yuh know.
lwout that time the bell starts rinqin again and study hour is ox er. Gee, don t
yuh wish yuh could go to l' rep rl om?
-I v1+5I.x'N Franco.
The clouds were framing pictures
That only I could see
And in that dreamy album
Wfas one of you and me.
You were about to kiss me
And I was about to say
That I would always-always-
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THIRD PRIZE ESSAY
OME people think radios are the worst instruments of torture ever introduced
on this earth, and at times I am inclined to agree with them. Many a time my
slumbers have been disturbed by the sweet music of grand opera, or better yet, by
some awe inspiring choir or Sunday night sermon. Too often have I been awakened
by the familiar screeching of the local announcer. God have pity on this man and
never let him cross my path!
Xet what on earth could more efficiently drown out the melodies fo the neigh-
bor s cat 'it twxo o clock m the morning?
-Xnd further consider the educational value of the radio: for instance the
bed time stories bridge instructions weather reports, pudding recipes, etc.
I'he vidio is a source of pleasure to every member of the family. My sister
starts the day oft by tuning m on the setting-up exercises in the morning before
breakfast after breakfast mother listens to an organ recital: in the afternoon little
bl other listens to a couple of artists who, I guess Cto the best of their abilityl, are
talking in a tone similar to that of the two black Crows: after supper father props
lns feet up on our new mahogany table and listens to a political speech' later in the
evening grandpa tunes m on 'in old time square dance: all the rest of the time I play
Not long ago I called upon a neighbor who had been boasting of his fine new
1 idlo Now this man certalnlv had something to boast about. I never heard such a
vtriety of noises come out of an instrument before in my life, except, perhaps when
our bull terrier tore my little sister s doll dresses to bits.
VN hen I 'un President of these United States I know well that in my message to
Longies-. I will recommend bigger and better radios, but not louder and funnier.
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T A s s A K o o M A - - - -
DIG lFlllED Sl!-EN ORS
Izzy's clinging vine qualities started early.
Guess we'll never find Miss Krueger in anything but a dxignilied pose.
lVho could mistake the blonde hair and gay smile of our renowned art
'1'hat's Evelyn Gregg: she dOesn't 111iss anything.
VVho wouldn't know this was Tillie shutting her eyes to the evils of the
Shirley steps out at an early age.
Wle notice that Cheezy got the idea of skirts in his youth.
"Companions make the man." Now we understand why David is so
Can this sweet little vamp be our own Elizabeth?
Doc seems to see something. Izzy, were you near?
Our big brave hero, Bill, shows he can be bashful, too.
Mrs. Orr was a winner of hearts even before the llreps knew l1er.
Dorothy Clark, petite and dainty as always.
Barton always wanted to see the world. He's not losing time.
Wlaiting for someone, Sue?
Three guesses! lkfho is it? Xkfink, our famous editor, of course.
Aloof and high sits Peggy.
Serious thinking seems to be first nature to Lorraine.
CENEQIS 'ro EXODUS
lhe First clay of school is here so soon
beems only a minute since the seventh of lime
Alas! Our vacation fled like a streak
1, he idea of classes leaves knees verv weak !
l.'l'CSl1ll1C11 green babies, are crying with fear
Because they are lost in this large building heie
All too soon they will find that the building is small
XVhen packed like sardines verv tight in the hall!
lhe Sophomore with smiles as big as you please
C111 define anvthing--from Hippos to Re
I truly fear twill break his poor heart
XX' he11 he finds l1e is not so exceptionally smart
juniors are happy like all juniors are
'I aking things close ' leaving things far
Happy go lucky this class may be named
Doesn t work a rap! Doesn't care to he famed!
'1 hen come the Seniors most pathetic of all
because they ll be absent when Prep starts ill the
After four years they begin to feel sad
"Little lloy Blue." VVho would tell you this is .Xllen Love? llut so it is.
-- T A s s A K 0 o M A
The Last Will and Testament of the
E the membcis of the Senior Class of the Secondary Training School, the
County of Xlbanx in the State of XN'yoming, being of sound mind and
memory and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life, do hereby
make ordain publish and declare this to be our Last XV ill and Testament. To-wit:
Doc Reed leaves his ability to grow a mustache to David Hurwitz.
lack Allum wills to Gordon Brenner his special cure for blushes.
Elizabeth O11 leay es hei swimming ability to Donna Martin.
Agnes I oyd leay es her quiet manners to .loe Scherry and Dick Key.
lnnmy I avne vy ills to XX eb Fowler this booklet, "How to XN'in VVomen."
Don Conwell leaves his monkey suit" to Chuck VVelty.
Ruth Fuglaai leax es her blonde brightness to Richard johnson.
'Xlay me Pape yy ills bigger and better stories to Cousin George.
X eia Cariett leax es he1 family responsibilities to Don Lobdell.
lnez Goetz leaves her permanent to Anna Hoff.
Leta Gregory leay es her pamphlet on "How to Grow Tall" to Fredrick Shaffer.
I ill Ciieye an P ' " sed atch and Lulu in ho mes
tgthey will fix it up.
l auiita loigensen leaves hex quiet manners to Mary Manrolla.
I ucile and Nluriel lxmgman leave their knowledge of Caesar to Milan Bump. Cl-1e'll
need it 3
klbeit Larsen yy ills his Grecian profile to Fred Cronberg.
Nlai tha lhoinas leaves to 'lhomas Dudley this course in ten lessons "How to Say
XX illiam Richaidson yyills his wrist watch to Dean Reese so he need not be late.
Emily Rankin leay es her ability to act male parts to "Flossie" Stamford.
Ella Peden leay es her Dutch hair cut to Alice Jensen.
Russell XX ort wills his ben Hur" locks to Lulu Poppleton.
I oiraine Brinker and lxen Coyte bequeath their parking space by room 302 to
Chuck Allum and his Hat.
lxithard Marsh wills his superiority complex to Mary Klouda.
lxeith Nliller wills his patent leather hair to Florence jones.
Dayid and Allan leave their brotherly "Love" to the Richardsons.
Frances Pmgitzer vyills her marcel to Ellis Scott.
Dy elyn Cregg bcqueaths her English ability to lylaysie Harris.
Hazel XNy1lll3.lHG leaves the Xrtic climate of jackson Hole to Albert Boren.
Shirley VN ills and Susan Slucora bequeath their lolly pops to the Freshman Class.
Max Clifford leaves the receiving end of Pape's stories to Mildred Grace.
Izzy Thompson leay es her XVheatland attachmeruts to VVayne Hullett.
Xgnes Olson wills her sense of humor to Edwin VV right.
Chee7y Cheeshoiough wills his pet sweater to Jimmy Hartzell.
Dorothy C laik wills her athletic accomplishments to Evelyn Twidale.
The Senioi Class leayes to Bill Bloom andi Don Lobdell two sticks of gum. fThey
are on the second desk in the third row from the windows in the gen-
ei al assembly roomj
l astly yye make constitute and appoint Mrs. H. K. Orr and Dr. L. R. Kilzer to be
executors of this our Last Will and Testament.
CSignedj SENIOR CLASS,
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enter an exclusiye shop She was stopped abruptly by a gentleman vxho was
dlscreetly YV3.llx1I1Q' backvy ards to get a last look at a fair lady just passing by. "'Scuse
me but started the gentleman yy hereupon he was given a freezing glance that
made him shudder Suddenly the glance turned into a pitying smile.
My deah' Fawncy meeting you heah !' burst out the lady who yx as no les..
than our Isabelle Ihompson noyv a famous actress.
VN ell I ll be doggoned was all Kenneth could say for Ken Coyte it was-
now a newspaper reporter for the New York Y odler. "Say, watcha doin' here ?"
I et us take a wa k 111 the pahk and talk ox eh school days. ' .
Well I know about most of the old gang said Ken 'cause it s my business
to know ey ervbody else s Sure you know that Lorraine didn't want me to be the
cub reporter all my hfe-but shes overlooked that and we live in a classy' little
apartment on the East Rn er
'love' Doc almd I yy eh IDZIIITIICCI tvy ice ahnd divohced. He is my stage man-
ageh now Bill G1 ieye our old Senior Class president, is a movie actah almd Peggy
Reno was broken hauted vshen bill gave himself to the sinful wohld ahnd so she
entehed a cony ent XX hat do you know about some of the old clahss?
VX ell heay ed Ixenneth shifting an adequate cheyy of gum to his other cheek
lack Allum is manager of the Revellion Night Club.' Yah! and the Miller
brothers are successful men on YN all Street and Maxine Clifford is principal of
a girls boai d1ng school Emily Rankin is Math instructor at Columbia, and lemme
see oh yah' Ruth Fuglaar lb in Paris studying art, Martha Thomas is a costume
designei in Scotland and Agnes Olson is Professor of History at Cornell.
Ah quite right chnned in Isabelle iahnd do you remembeh Sue Shicorai
VVell cahn you imagine lt? She is singing in the Metropolitan Opera with Russell
Wort' -Xlmd Flllle Putnam is a second Aimee McPherson, a revivalist--featuh
that Ah yahs almd Hazel VN ilhams is Mrs. Robinskiny. She mahrried a wealthy
Chicago pawn brokah
Ixenneth haymg gotten his breath proceeded further, "You remember Leta
Gregory don t you 3 VV ell I just yy rote a press story about her the other day. She
is a vsealthy society lady and she was visiting the orphans' home. The Kingman
girls axe on the stage as the Klngham Jazz Queensf and our hefty David Love
is football coach at Harvard Ella Peden is a model in a Fifth Avenue shop, and
Shirley VV1lls is the fat woman m Ringling Brothers circus. Inez Goetz, a life
guard at lXIl"lll1'l Beach iecently saved: Elizabeth Orr, a swimming instructor at
Princeton from drowning Rah and Richard Marsh, who is golf instructor in
Xlaska is engaged to be married to Mayme Pape. Now lemme think--m' huh-
I just took a picture of Bill Richardson, Lawrence Cheesbrough, Allan Love and
Albert Larsen as the male ouarette for 'Carmen'."
Ahnd broke in Isabelle Dohthy Clahk, Agnes Loyd, Evelyn Gregg,
If!'3.l1I'lClS Pmgitzer almd Laurita lorgensen ah in a dancing clahss recently ahgan-
ized by Don Convyell
Hey l and do you remember Geneva Whitman and Vera Garrett ?" interrupted
lxenneth vy ell they are abroad learning 'how to lose men after you get them !' "
Old deah' I ahm sahd to say that now I must leave-I shall hope to see some
of my otheh deah friends like you -Isabelle then got in her limousine. Kenneth
ran along the hot stieet pay ement after her, dodging the ever increasing traffic.
He shouted Hey Izzy I foigolt to tell you-Jimmy Payne is in Africa, hunting
up gnls to come to Maxine s boarding school--."
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BE-XUTIFULLX groomed lady stepped out of a limousine and started to
Down into the jeans for registration fees! Richard johnson returns having
grown an inch over the summer.
An introduction to Dr. Kilzer and the new teachers and a welcome to the old.
lt is good to have Mrs. Orr back. There's a Hell in the faculty this year.
Optical illusions as five girls come to school all dressed alike.
First general assembly. Mrs. Orr gives us a second-hand trip to Europe.
Get-Acquainted Party in the Little Theatre. Mr. Darlisman coaches the Frosh
in a stunt. Embryo cases.
l'rep vs. Laramie junior High. XVe win-and how!
Senior Assembly. Ken Coyte twirls a wicked moustache, and young Lochin-
var rides out of the XX-'est.
Institute at Casper uses some of the Prep faculty.
The University yell leader gives a talk and exhibition at a pep assembly. Then
the Prep'students "strut their stuff."
-Iunior assembly. Romance of an Eski-Miss. XX'm. Reed makes the chalk
talk in a clever chalk-talk performance.
First Annual Staff meeting. "To be or not to be, that is the question,"
Inspiration and perspiration for Tassakooma begins.
Lorraine llrinker and Ken Coyte develop a case.
-l ack o' Lanterns on display and fortunes told at successful Soph. party. Dr.
Kilzer trips the light fantastic.
Mary Manarolla gets a thrilling letter from an unknown scource. Laramie vs.
Preps fI4-75. Read it and weep!
A holiday to determine which candidate is to be seen for the next four years
in Pathe News XYeekly. l-loover wins!
. joe Scherry doesn't like it because there's a holiday on Armistice Day. lf
there's one thing Joe hates, it's to miss school !
Assembly at which Ye Goode Ship T assakooma sails into port just in time to
thwart Shylock and to rouse the Student Rody to subscribe loo per cent
for the annual.
"Football is a rough game." Irene Hanson says because XVheatland beat Preps.
Hoff gets a hair cut. Anna looks better with some hair Qhlotii.
Intelligence tests. Faculty gets its cue from our I.
School closed because too many Hu germs liew down the Hue.
'Thanksffivinfr-homage to the turke '. Ross Hill had too much mince Jie.
Vo to b I
Back to school. james Hartzell tries to reduce. fHe waited until after
Marcella Fair rivals Mack Sennett star as she gets her life saving badge.
Football boys get cardinal letters which look well on some Prep girls' sweaters.
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lxlLl1'1lCl lohnwon the Sophomoxe l II1ClW exgeeds 'lll prexxous leeordx Ill help
mg Ins dns to um the Subsgrlnnon Swleb Contebt
Imasl-.etlmll seison l1Ilt1'llICCl xx hen l rep bemts NlLI:'1ClClCll
Nllss lXI'llCgCl sponsolx '1 C.l'l1lStl'l1'lS pl0Q'I"1ll1 ot vshlch Whx the Lhnnes
Rwng 1v1 fe'1tu1e
X 'lC'ltl0l1 Ain t lt a gI"ll1Cl 'ln QlOI'l0llS teellnfrp XX ho wud there SV'IHl1t 1115
Prep etoelxlngb filled to the bum Inez Coetz a 5,01 geou-. prexent Xsk her lOl
XX IN 1Elx OU NRI FR
lnek to school xx 1th IIYIIIN l'CbOlllfl011S Frank XX eltx resolw em to keep up vuth
Chaxlee Reln lesolxeb to le1ve oft the hpbtlek
I rep elube lnaugurwted Every one joins a club
I repb ws I 'lramle Hwh 3, I 1 Say lt wlth Howers
bCI1l0I'b pl'13 fullw Lonme to sehool wxth lolly pops lo Brandt puts hls foot
down Qbome footll
D'1x 1d HlllXXltZ ropee 111 more ads so that the IabS'IlxOOl1'I'I Lan have a stlii
X lJ1l'l'l1Cl'lX Lake xuth only slxteen eandles ln Fnghsh G lor Mus Hollo
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lhornherxx 'md 1 'ml Stoftex even tlnnqs up '1 lnt
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it! 21-20 ftheirsq .
Bill and Peg make up.
Bill and Peg back on the old terms.
Bill and Peg getting chummier.
Bill and Peg competing with Doc and Isabelle.
Elizabeth Orr gives up watermelon for Ient. Frederick Schaeffer gives up
growing. Dr. Ixilzer finds Iowa is not the only state that produces corn.
What was this day meant for? Sherwood Hall boys do their dutx. Ivinson
Hall girls do not .............. receive their Valentines. Mutiny. Night in attic.
Enforced vacation. Consultations. Laramie Hi. vs. Preps. 33-22 with Preps
on the wrong end.
Animal material rounded up.
Doris Kingman rivals Clara Bow.
Boys leave for three days trip. Max misses jimmie.
Thanks to George Washington theres a holiday. If there were onlv more
men like George!
An illustrious classmate Brad Ross plutocratically sails to Europe to enjoy
Parisien night life.
Senior tryouts. Bill Grieve proves to be 'The Youngest. He ought to have
no trouble cooperating with the leading lady.
Wayne Hullet votes that each junior be permitted to bring siic Laramie Hi.
girls apiece to the Prom.
March comes in like a lion. Here s hoping the old saying ends rightly. -
William Jennings Bryan has nothing on the Pnglish C. Class. Marcella wins
in the oratorical contest and will represent Prep during tournament week.
Love and birdies' Spring is on its way at last.
Our mistake' Spring is a long way off. An unprecedented avalanche of snow
buries Laramie An enforced half-holiday!
More snow' Faculty plcturesquely flounders over the campus. Boys on skiis.
Girls on snowshoes
More bovs at school' Retort out.
VVhoopee' Vacation Tournament VVeek. Everyone enjoys a week of rest
Lent is over Some of the girls start taking on weight from too much candy.
All Fools Day' Miss Hollo there's a mouse! Miss Portenier, I have all my
math correct today' '
Operetta Twilight Alley given by the chorus is a splendid success.
Senior play The Youngest You coulda fooled me, Bill!
Junior Senior banquet and Iail Prom.
Pythagorean Societv picnic
All School picnic
The good ole summer time'
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THE PHANTOM SHIP
.-X phantom ship set sail one day This phantom ship with its phantom crew
South from the port in 'Frisco Hay. Carried home cargoes from old Peru.
A well known Spanish Galleon she, Golden booty from Inca's shrines
A worthy ship to sail the sea, Gold, which love and hate combines,
The deep and dark and sly old sea. Yet still it glitters and still it shines.
'llwo months out and no sign of land,
The crew gathered together a murderous band.
VVith snarling lips the mate did call
The captain from the hatch to crawl.
Mutiny aboard the leader saw.
The tars fought on without want of rest
For was there not blood on the 0l:l:lCC1',S breast?
'ilhey bound him fast from foot to head
And then to death the brave man bled
And over the deck his possessions were spread.
The crew overcome by jealously and wrath Down to the dark blue ocean floor
Left the vessel to break its own path. Never to sail the high seas more.
A sharp. rugged unseen reef There she lies upon her side
Soon brought the mhantoni shi w to grief. As if the ocean currents to ride.
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Now we call her "Neptune's Pride."
Down, down she went without relief.
THE ULE SWIMMIN' HOLE
Cool, clear, so refreshing: a wonderful place to get rid of that tired, sweaty
: feeling which follows a hard morning's work in the garden. How nice and wet one
feels after splashing and kicking against the current. XYhat a new feeling one has
on getting out. I wonder if I shall ever know a place as nice as that "ole swimmin'
hole!" -EI.io'r Hrrcrlcock.
XVhat! XYould you defy the XVest, the home of the free, the country where
wild life roanis as it would? Are you not satisfied after having killed most of the
buffalo? Do you not get enjoyment out of Hshing for trout? Yes, you like to hunt,
to fish, yet you call the XYest forsaken. Can you not realize the beauty of the
sunsets and the kingly mountains robed in rich coats of spruce and pine? lnwardly
you admire the country, but outwardly you call it desolate.
You stick to the East, do you? No clear air, no mountains, no animals, except
in zoos.-only factories and skyscrapers for scenery. lleauty! You call that
beauty? Trees planted in straight rows,-who cares for that? Nature is still
supreme in beauty: man only makes rude attempts to copy.
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LIST OF ADVERTISERS
Albany National Bank
Al's Midwest Store I
Balfour jewelry Company
Bills Specially Shop
Bingham, E. E., Cleaners
Boyer, S. E., Engraving Company
Brunswick Barber Shop
Campus Book Store
City Plumbing and Heating Company
C lippinger's Greenhouses
Cofee House, The
Columbia Shoe Shining Parlor
Cordiner Drug Company
Comish Motors, Inc.
Cotton Twins Tire Shop
Camden Barber Shop
Davis M illinery
Early B F
First National Bank
First State Ban
Franklin Motor Car Company
Gem City Grocery Company
Holmes 6' Desmond
Hotel Connor Barber Shop
Laramie Candy Kitchen
Laramie Drug Company
Laramie Printing Company
Laramie Shoe Shining Parlor
Laramie Tire and Vulcamzmg Works
Laramie Valley Creamery
Leafgren s Shoe Shop
Levitt s Working Man s Store
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Marshall-Nash Motor Company
McNi17. Dr. P. C.
Mecca Billiard Parlor
Metz Brothers Cleaners
Midwest Barber Shop
Midwest Trunk and Sporting Goods Store
Modern Shoe Shop
New Method Laundry
Oil State Motor Company
Penney, C., Co.
Quality Chevrolet Company
Quality French Dry Cleaners
Royer 6- DeHart
Rogers' Art and Gift Shop
Servey Store Company
Smith, H. A. CDidj, Coal Company
Smo e House The
Southern Wyoming Lumber Company
Taylor Drug Company
Theisen, Fred, Shoe Shop
Three Rules Gish-Hunter Mercantile .
University Filling Station
University of Wyoming
Western Public Service Company
White Front Shoe Shop
Wolfensberger 6- Grout
Woodford Clothing Company
Wyoming Creamery Company
Wyoming Driverless Car Company
Wyoming State School Supply
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ln Senior Fnghsh class one day the as
si nment was to gixe a speech on either
of the presidential candidates Allan Loxe
xvis ealled upon As he got up he said
This is going to be an nnproniptu speech
There was a pause Then he said Let the
best mm win' 'md sat down NCH DRY CLEANER
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Bill Griexe had just made a speech in
Mr Brandt How was that speech' RICEYS SHOPPE
Pegg tpromptlxl Good
Mr Brandt Vthx was it good? YOU CALL 3000--NVE. Ll... CALL
Peggx Because it sounded sO much like
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Anna Miss Ixrueger is an excellent
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Miss Peabodx Do you get 'my results
from your talks?
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two of them hx main force
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Leah Hag! Oh really? I wondered FRENCH DRY
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Mr. Reusser said to the Physics class one I
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wants me for a sunbeam." l
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if he knew you as well as I do, he wouldn't." T
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SFYIPUPLAN ND C-LIT FLOWERS, AND WIRE
W. jj 1 TW ALL FLORISTS
COURTESY AND PROMPT DELIVERY IS
' ALWAYS OUR SPECIALTY
Greenhouses 405 Clark Street
ND P Aiy gg? PRICES
Residence 208 Clark Street
Phone 2585 " Phone 2519
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Rent a Car With or Without Drivers.
You Can Rent a Car Cheaper Than Driving Your Own.
FORDS. CHRYSLERS. DeSOTOS, PLYMOUTHS. DODC-ES.
AND OTHER NEW CARS
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LOVE ON A HOLIDAY E doesn't want to Musser clothes. Her cheeks
XN'hen Miss Brinker Goetz to the home are Bloom-ing and her Harris Fair. Per-
of the Miller at Nuhn she tinds him Neil- L haps a Maxwell car will drive up and a
ing up in flu' Garrett with his Kerr who has I Manarolla to the Miller and their Hartwell
been bitten by a Coyte. The Kerr is endur- H , , ,
ing' great Payne which Grieves the old Mil- -I utter and their heads ll wud- who
ler very much. Hurwitz soon brighten the I kl10WS ?--C'l1llCk Allum.
Miller and he is as happy as a Freeman. I fr fr in is if
Then Miss Brinker leaves to go over the - Bob Dudley: i'Next to a beautifld gi,-1'
Hm to the Small town of Cheeshrough ff! I what do vou think is the most interestin
get some Lemmon Orr Allum for the i thing: in the Wm-ldpp' S
Young' dog. ' - ' t
On the way back she meets a small Shaef- l Frank VVelty! "VVhen I mi next to a
for who says that he has bought a Hollo ! beautiful girl, I'm not worrying about sta-
Reed Hnte instead of paying the doctor for tiqtics ---EY
having' a Bump bandaged. I i ' ' '
"VVas that VVright." asks Miss Brinker. I 'Z 2'-ff--"" "'m':2-:'-Z::- --:- - - is
"be Frank with me l" '
just then a Sargent ot' high Rankin I
comes up and shows a Key made by a Smith I
and says he is goin-Q to lock up the little I
Shaetier which so frightens Miss Brinker 9
that it almost Kilzer. N I S
"Your father, the Taylor, sent me after I
you." cries the .Sargent Sehwiering as . Ill Ivinson Avenue
Hecox his eye, 'and Im going to spank l
you until you see Sparks." I
,lust then the weather Goetz Fowler and -'
an Klouda appears and the little Xvort es- l
capes and hides in the Wioods behind a I THE STUDENTS' BARBER
Scherry tree where he takes a Knapp.
Miss Brinker sets Hoff and as there I
is much Snow s-he says. "I'l'l Donna Mcln- I
tosh for I like to hear it Russell." She I
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Member of Associated Press Full Leased Wire Service
Many Special Features, Including the Two Great Comics,
"Gasoline Alley" and "The Gumpsf'
Special Correspondents in all Parts of Albany County.
Daily, l5c per weekg 651: per month: 37.80 per year. Semi-Weekly, 254: per month:
52.50 per year, if paid in advance.
Coach Clanuner to Reba, who is always I
turning around in History class: "Reba, I
would put you in the hack row. hut Illll
afraid yon'd scratch your face on the wall. ' :
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Shirley: "Did you dream about me last I
night ?" S
Ken Coyte: "Yes, and I darned near I
sv s s 5
Mr. Harkness lat the ta-ble to George I I fin, , ,
Papel : "George, your glasses are just like I if ,ff 4 ,2f3Z" ""f.a!
Mrs. Harkness'." A I 2 L 3 ' 9 I 2 M -5
,lack Harns: "Yes, some night you'll he 5 T' , w i f f
kissing Pape good-night and sending Mrs. I ' nk' -r, 1
Harkness to hed!" i H 'ER,W'HfgRQR
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The day of the Vl'heatland game-Maxine I I -'gr55'?T5fii5f?Ef5i'3'QiQ'ffzzi I
lto Miss Hollolz "Peggy won't he here I I Zi?'g",sgEi?ii?4l6ic9:ls:i5'giiwAYEi'i
today." ' : ' 'TL' ' ' '
Miss Hollo: "XVhy? Couldn't she come I
because Bill wasn't here?" I 205 Grand Avenue
Si is RY 254 z
blames Mclntoshz "XVill you join me in I LARAMIE, WYOMING
a howl of soup?" I
Marcia Hollinrake. "Do you think there 2
is room for both of us?"--Ex. I
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Miss Krueger: "Give me a word showing 5
the use of a hyphenf' I
.limmy Payne: "Bird-cage," I
Miss Krueger: "Correct, Now tell me I
why they put a hyphen in hird-cage." g
jimmy: "VVhy, for the hirds to sit on." I
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AND HIGH SCHOOLS
This volume of lhe Tassalfoma. as 'well as all other volumes of tha!
mos! excellenl year book, from ils beginning nine years ago,
have been printed and bound in our plant.
AS THEN' ARE THE CNES WHO MADE THIS ANNUAL A SUCCESS
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WHILE O YO R ROAD
LOOK OVER OUR LINE OF STATIONERY, PENS, KODAKS.
WHITMAN'S CANDY, DRUGS AND SUNDRIES
A H Cordiner Drug Co.
THE REXALL STORE
209 South Second Street .
Mrs. Orr: 'Do you know Lincoln s Get-
ty:burg Address ?"
VVeb. Fowler: 'No I didnt exen know
ht lived there."- X.
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Bill Grieve. 'VVhat xx ould you advise me
to read after graduation?
Xiiss I-Iollo: 'The Help NVanted Col-
Nita Nuthnz I wonder why they 'always
say 'Amen' instead of Awomen. '
Grace VVilliamson: Because they sing
hymns instead of hers silly. - x.
jimmy tExplaining Grangej : ' It s where
the farmers get toether and discuss farm
Pape: Oh I know the farmers get to-
gether and pray for rain.
lorraine Brinker Cin English classj :
' This girl was the daughter of an old bach-
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Marjorie: "Is there a penitentiary in Lar-
Hoff: 'None except Ivinson Hallq
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Lulu fat 3:10 a. m. in the atticl : Gee!
I wish I didn t haxe a head I cant End any
place to put it.
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We do first-class car and tire repairing
215 cafaela sneer
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AUTHENTIC UNIVERSITY STYLES IN PREP SUITS BY
Hart Schaffner Sz Marx
WITH TWO TROUSERS
Hugh School men know that Hart Schaffner 8: Marx are famous for style--but heretofore
these sults were a little beyond the reach of most young purses. But now it s different
You wxll always hnd this store ahead with the new styles and new ideas in clothes
and furmshmgs that are worth while.
Woodford Clothmg Co
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More Fully Its Opportunities for Higher Education Before You Leave its
Campus. University Officials and Professors. and University Students, Will
Be Glad to Answer Your Questions. Find Out About Your Own University.
AGRICULTURE LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION
A gronomy Letters and Sciences Elementary Education
Animal Husbandry Commerce Secondary Education
Home Economics Music Physical Education
LA W CORRESPONDENCE S TUDY
Civil and Irrigation
Mechanical and Electrical
WYOMING OFFERS YOU CERTAIN ADVANTAGES
A Qualified Faculty Low Fees and Living Costs K Modern Equipment
An Accredited Institution Personal Instruction
Democratic Student Life
For Catalogue and Particulars, Write to
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New Method Laundry and
SERVICE THAT SATISFIES FROM A COMPLETELY
Miss Fitzer: Theres a person on thi 2
Rocine: "OIL thats nothing. lm on
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Holt: "I never want to see a bar of '
candy from the Coffee House again." g
sk is sf sr 4: I
David Hurwitz tin History class w'hiIc I
discussing hoycottI: "I guess the Allum :
boycott the basketball." I
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Bill Grieve tin History class the day we f
"Today we -
take up money." I:
George Pape: "Pass the hat." i
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took up National Currencyl:
Reece iafter a discussion in Physics I
elassI: "VVell. what is tfie difference be-
tween coal and diamonds if they're both
made of carbon?" I
George Pape: "Oh, only about 2,003 I
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Anna Hoi? tin History class, holding up
a piece of test paper! 2 "What is this for ?" I
Chuck Allum: "To write on." s
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Vkfebster Fowler: "VVhen I was young.
I used to draw all the time. People thought
I might become famous." ' g
Mrs. Orr: "Yes, I suppose you used to
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TAYLOR DRUG COMPANY
Corner of Second and Grand
Up-to-Date Fountain, Bulk and
Exclusive Agents for the Celebrated
Martha Washington Candy.
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HOME OF QUALITY PICTURES AND QUALITY MUSIC
Q"If It Is the Latest Show,
It Is Here
J. F. LYNCH, Manager
I I2 South Second Street
QUALITY s Bssr
Cleanliness ualrly and Service
PHONE DIAL 3029
Cl-IAS j VOEGTLE Prop
ZI6 Garfield St Laramie
DR P C McNlFF
Corner Second and Grand
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out of my Latin book."
Oscar H: "W hy ?"
Albert: "Because it has appendicitisf'
- Sr as Fl' :Il
Miss Ahlberg lin History classl : "Iden-
tify the date 1890"
Bill Grieve: "My dad was bornf'
Pk lk Sf is
Miss Peabody: "XYI1y are the girls so
quiet this evening."
Granny Dixon: "Because they're having
an epidemic at Sherwood and none of the
boys came to school today: so we huvcn't
anything to talk about."
as sk as sf rk
I Mrs. Orr: "Name two American capital-
Ch-uck Allum: "VVell, ah, Rockyford and
Miss Ahlberg Cin Civics class,
is in competition with railroads?
Marcella Fair: "VVaIking."
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2 Miss A: "How is the U.
from what it was 150 years ag
Bruce Miller: "It's older."
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Miss Portenier: "Marcia. can't you get
Marcia: "No, the only kind that will
soak in are liquid problems."
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Jane Ivinson Memorial Hall
THE. CATHEDRAI.. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Three Buildings Equipped to Care for Fifty Cirls. Sacred and Secular Studies.
Basketball, Tennis, Swimming, Dancing,
Vocal and Instrumental Music.
Chvch' -6511: mx gm Nod
INSTRUCTION IN ACADIEMIC SUBJECTS AT THE
SECONDARY TRAINING SCHOOL
ADDRESS INQUIRIES AND REQUESTS FOR CA TALOCUE TO
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COME IN AND SEE THE I DR. GEORGE F. CRAIN
SILVER ANNIVERSARY BUICK OPTOMETRIS1-
When Better Cars Are Built
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Buick Will Build Them Your Eyes Examined Without the
2 Inconvcnience of Drops
WE ALSO REPAIR ALL CARS
THE EYES HA VE IT
502 South Third Street
Phone 3582 Grand Avenue Phone 3268
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MEAT DEPARTME T
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LIVESTOCK, FRESH AND SALT MEATS, FISH AND POULTRY
2lO South Third Street Phone 2374
i WINf,issfAl1lbexiig Cin' Historyzi to David and
u e' , a ter as ing tiem to ispose o their
gumb :H 'Tm sorry to make you waste that
PLUMBING AND HEATING Davidll f-Miss Amberg, this was it nw-
,N cent Pac age."
COMPANY 5 A' 'K H' r X'
2 Scotchman Cto teacherlz "1 must take
M myixboyhout ofvafourp school."
eac er: " hy."
Call 2335 for Up't0'Date Scotchman: "Because you expect him to
PLUMBING HEATING nay afremion-" it Ae x X is
TINWORK T Prep is a dear school
if And elicient as can be:
lg I think that all students
jx Wfill agree with me.
L Some may like other schools
1 And perhaps will disagree,
Btit as foxlidear old fPrep School
Q t's goo enougi or me,
QUALITY PLUMBERS 1 ,
T Here s to dear old Prep School
H And a wish to see it live.
i Atal to allkwholmay enroll,
' reater 'now edge give.
i -Ella Peden.
A ak :if rr at as
. Second St. Laramie Wyo.
i VVe know Dorothy Clark likes to talk.
We've had experience. The time she fell
off of the chair in Home Economics and
l was still talking when she reached the Hour
I was enough to convince anyone,
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F R D -Q A ODAKS, CAIQIDIES. PERFUMES, FACE POWD'ER.
X ENNISOITS CREPE PAPER, CIGARS.
STATIONERY, NOTE BOOKS.
f ETC., ETC.
WE ARE PLEASED TO DIRECT YOU TO WHERE TO BUY
WE DON'T CARRY IT IN STOCK
Laramie Drug Company H. C. Prah1's Pharmacy
H. C. PRAHL, PTOPTTCIOT I Grand Avenue
Comer Second and Ivinson Phon 3242
Phone 2682 e
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DOWNY FLAKE DOUGHNUTS
GOLDEN CREAM BREAD
WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
Fu of Healih and Nourlshment
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LARAMIE SHOE SHINING
FRED THEISEN SHOE SHOP
Where Old Shoes Become New
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' 3I2 South Second Street
WYOMING s CLEANEST i Phone 2008
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We go hand in hand with Progress
THE BEST WAY TO HAVE IT IS TO START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
SAVE HERE AND PROSPER
START A SA VINCS ACCOUNT NOW
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A FISH STORY
Several thousand years ago in the C0llll-
try that is now NVyoming there was a large
sea. In and around this 'body of water
there roamed many large animals. Among
these water animals there lived a large iish.
This tish was larger than any other animal
in the sea or on the banks. This sea mon-
ster was called by the other animals. "The
King of Land Sea." It was two hundred
feet long and weighed close to two hun-
It was very hard for this large Iish to find
enough to eat and the only way to satisfy
his appetite was to go up close to the shore
of the lake and get the smaller animals that
lived along the edge of the water.
After many years of living in this man-
ner, there came to he many of these ani-
mals. and one day when the large King iish
was killing a land dinosaur. the tish got
stranded out on the land. and after strug-
gling for a couple of days died. This low-
ered the water in the sea so much that the
other monsters of the sea soon died. The
land animals wandered into diFferent parts
of the world until they soon became ex-
tinct. At the present time we are just he-
ginning to discover the remains of some of
these large animals.-Russell VVort.
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Mr. Brandt tin Englishl: "For DeLand
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THE BABY SHOP
204 South Second Street
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AWAKEN MEMORIES THAT WOULD BE OTHER
YOU WANT THE BEST PICTURES THAT CAN BE MADE OF
YOU AND WE FEEL QUALIFIED TO
31 IW South Second Street LARAMIE, Wx'oM1Nc
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This school, under the auspices of the Protestant Episcopal Church, supplements the
academic High School course offered at the University Training School of the University
of Wyoming by a systematic course of training in manners, morals and religion. Accepts
pupils of Junior or Senior High School grades, and providm splendid facilities for their
physical, mental, and spiritual development. The entire leisure time of the pupils is care-
fully supervised and employed.
The Sherwood Building, with its own splendid library and gymnasium, is as fully
equipped as any school building in the west. Adjoining is an athletic field where games
are played most every day of the school year. The supervised study period, preceding
each school day insures a high standard of scholarship, and furnishes valuable training in
right methods of study
Applications are now being received for next year's enrollment. The fall term opens
September I6 l929 Rates most reasonable.
For further particulars and terms address, Rev. F. C. Har ness Headmaster
lhere was an old man ind he had three
sons Tlus man who happened to be a
farmer sent the hrst son to the city when
ho. was two xears old He lived with his
aunt and uncle who sent hun to school
'ind time hun a college education
The second son was brought up on the
farm He nex er got bex ond the eighth grade
in school but bs the time he was grown
he lsnew all that the old nrin could teach
him about farming
The youngest son spent his time on tht
farm until he was through grade school
Ht went through High School in a large.
clt3 and had attended college tor x tear
and a halt when the old f'1rmer died
His wife was dead so the old man left
ont third of his estate to exch of his three
Shortly ifter the old man died the hrst
s0ll was induced to buy a farm by an agent
he knew nothing about tarnung he went
broke He is known to other hoboes 1:
The Count because he speaks better l ug-
hsh than thex
Tho. second son got tired of farm life and
sold out He went to the citx and bought
a small clotlunk store He had never sun
am thing but overalls so the clothing busi-
ness was a failure The young in in ls now'
known as Dustx to his hobo p'ils
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The third son took his inheritance found
an empty place beside the road and built
a filling station and lunch room. He makes
enough money in this business to keep him
alive, and furnish his brothers with a few
"hot dogs" whenever they happen to come
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A Scotchman put on some pants that had
just 'been pressed. On his way to town he
was run over by a steam roller. VVhen the
roller was going over him, the last thing
he did was to roll sidewise so he wouldn'-t
have to pay a bill for his pants to be press-
ed before he was put in his coflin.-Ex.
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THE MODERN SHOE SHOP
W6 repair all kinds of leather goods
When your soles need saving see us.
Third Street Next to Piggly-Wiggly
ATHLETES NEED EQUIPMENT
WE SUPPLY THE NEED
HEADQUARTERS FOR ATHLETIC EQUIPMEN7
OF ALL KINDS
Outhtters for Umversnty of Wyoming and Prep Athletic Teams
First Class Watch and jewelry Repalrmg
208 South Second Street
LOOK FOR THE CLOCK LARAMIE WYOMING
TWO PLACES TO EAT
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COME IN AND LET US SHOW
YOU THE GREATEST
CHEVROLET IN CHEVROLET
Our Meta! ' e 'e
2l2 South Second Street
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BETTER DRY CLEANING
IO9 Ivinson Avenue
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Once upon a time these was an old man I .5 Uzyf' ff? "" Lk' V' ' 41 I K'-I
who had three sons. ' '
XVhen. this old man was about to die. he I THE VERY LATEST FASHIONS
, called his sons to hun and said. "My sons. I
3 I am about to leave you, and I want to I ARE HERE FIRST
5 leave all my money to the laziest one. Now
g tell me just how lazy you are." I
5 The first son said, "Father, I am so lazy, I
that if my feet were by the stove and caught A...
Iire. I would just sit and watch them burnfi I
E "Father." said the second son, "if I were I
about to be hung and the judge decided to
let me go free, I wouldn't even bother to
E take the rope from my neck." QUALITY TAILORED T0
"Father."Nsaid the third sou, "I am so MEASURE SUITS
g lazy. that it you would put your money
Q down before me this minute, I wouldn't
bother to pick it up." The two older sons
laughed at this, but the father left his
money to the youngest.-Vivian Putnam.
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XYe always wondered why Frederick
ShaetTer was so tall. Now we know. He
tried to crawl into the joke box once.
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Tummy: "Do you know why McTaffy's TAILORS
Q boys are such good ball players ?"
johnny: "Yes! He made them learn to 217 S01llh SCCOnCl Street
E catch the ball on the first bounce so they D. 2 60
wouldn't wear it out so fast."-Ex. ml 3
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Chuck Allum tin Physics classbz "You
can't breathe solid air, can you?"
2 l'ng:e Une hundred sixteen
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Xy . Early Laramie, Wye.
T A s s A K o o M A
WE ASKED YOUR AD MAN
IF IT WOULD BE PROPER FOR US TO SAY "HERE IS OUR TASSA-
KOOMA TO TI-IIE PREPS." HE SAID THAT HE THOUGHT IT WOULD
BE O. K., BUT WAS NOT ABSOLUTELY SURE AS HE HIAD ONLY
STUDIED THE INDIAN LANGUAGE FOR A FEW YEARS. HE SAID
HOWEVER THAT ALL THE REST OF YOIU PREPS SPOKE THE LAN-
GUAGE FLUENTLY AND WOULD PROMPTLY CALL US DOWN IF
WE INCORRECTLY USED THE TERM. SORRY FOLKS THAT WE
ARE UNABLE TO WRITE AN AD IN TH-E LANGUAGE WITH WHICH
YOU ARE MOST FAMILIAR BUT TO THOSE AMONG YOU WHO CAN
READ ENGLISH WE SAY THAT OUR STOCK OF INDIAN BLANKETS
COMES FROM THE INDIAN RESERVATIONS IN FACT A LONG WAY
FROM THEM AS THEY ARE ALL MADE BY TH-E FAMOUS BEACON
BLANKET COMPANY OF PROVIDENCE R. I.-THAT'S ALL.
THREE R LES.I"'
I BER . CREAM!-:RY
E 4 A , LARAMIE VALLEY
A. B. GIBBS Proprietor
. IM D ms'rR1Bu1'oRs OF
. VELVET ICE CREAM '
VALLEY GOLD BUTTER
-' -:T ki - I- - --nf -:f "- '11- . Wh0IesaIe and Retail Pasteurizecl
MILK AND CREAM
COTTON TWINS f
T I R E S H O P
313 South Third Street :
DON T WORRY ABOUT FLAT I
TIRES-,I UST CALL 4240 '
FOR FREE SERVICE I Third and Fremont Streets Next to-
CAR ' Texaco Station
Taste Tells-Service Sells
' Phone 2381
Tires and Tubes .
Automobile Accessories . LARAMIE WYOMING
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COAL AND WOOD
PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
Southern Wyommg Lumber Co
W A FULTS Manager
LARAMIE WYOMING MEDICINE BOW
HISTORX D CLASS
Old folks. young folks. everybody une!
Join the History D Class and have a lot
If you bring chunks of chewing gum
Please check 'em at the door
Or there'll be a session after school
To explain to Mrs. Orr!
Oh! George Pape is :fclever lad:
He's keen at spinning yarns,
His fearful imagination
Oft results in false alarms!
Old folks, young folks, everybody, come!
Join the History D Class and have a lot
'xi wr is wk is
Richard Johnson was boasting about his
hunting trips. This is one of the stories
"One day I thought I wanted to shoot
hirds. I went out into the woods and the
lirst 'bird I saw was a squirrel. The tirst
time I 'hit it, I missed it altogether and the
next time I hit him, I hit him in the same
spot. My ire was aroused: so I picked up
a stick and knocked him oi? into some water
and he was drowned. Now this is the first
bird I ever killed by shooting him."
Page Om- hundred eighteen
Home-Made Candy, Hot and Cold
Lunches of All Kinds
Trp Our Lunches
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AL. STEPHENS. Proprietor
314 South Third Street Phone 3025
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We Carry the Largest Assortment of Groceries and Delicatessen in the West.
and Guarantee Them to Satisfy.
AT OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT
We Have Nothing but the Best Meats, Fish, Poultry and Home-Made Luncheon
Specialties Handled under Cool and Sanitary Refrigeration.
Gem Cit Grocery Co.
"A HOME OWNED STORE"
Grocery Phone 2101 Market Phone 2l05 Office Phone 2l08
300-302 Second Street Laramie, Wyoming
OUR Mo'rTo: "Not How Cheap, But Hon: Good."
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BOSTONIAN SHOES FOR MEN
Arch Preserver Shoes for Men THE
i L. M. CORNISH MOTORS
Foot Saver and j. and K. Shoes ,,
for Women INC
Phoenix and Kayser Hosiery for
M cn and Women
Style Shoes for Young Women H
All quality lines of footwear sold with H MOTOR VEHICLES
high quality store service. and are
found in Laramie at
QYER' ' 36 313 Garfield sneer
Boof Shop i Phone 3663
SHOES AND HOSIEPQY I
2I4 South Second Street '
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' A FRIEND F THE FAMILY -
UNIVERSITY FILLING - A 0 A .
STATION I -'f . M 1 '
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RETAIL 5 N 59' - p
GAS AND OIL 2 ,' L Q OI. md J
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C O R D S and look around. ' E
T Yeirrwill find it a real "friend of the '
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Phone 29l8 l00 South Third St. 5
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IT VVORKED LIKE A DREAM i
'Clalsgg said Miss Portenier. "if by tomor- i 1
This problem, you have not solved, I
There will be sorrow! -
That night the poor students work and fret, ! i
But alas! that problem they cannot get. I
At bedtime many a heart of lead, I -1-
ls laid to rest upon a bed. :
But uncoiiscionsly every brain lis workin I COMMENCEMENT
And a so ution in each mind is urking. 5
And Io! and behoidz by class time l ANNOUNCEMENTS AND
Each can say, "I have mine." l INVITATIONS
The secret from Miss Portenier is kept: I
That everyone on his Math. had slept! i Jeweler to the Senior Class of the
lk Y at X at -Lols Miner' Secondary Training School,
An Englishman was riding in an aero- i University of Wyomlng
plane with loose bolts. NVhen he went over i
Scotland they all tightened np.-Ex. 5 ii,
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Lorraine fin Phjsic: cla:s5: "Phat ! I I
smell burned feat-herslz N V 2 L' G' B A L F O U R i
l Cheeizy Cniho waitsittingiby -the radiator. F C 0 M P A N Y
ju e amIe,: fsme. , 1 I
mm is if if :K 4: I Manufacturing jewelers and
First Bright Boy lGeorge5: i'VVhat's a E and Stationers
good deiinition of heat?" V ' I ATTLEBORO, MASSL l
Second Bright Boy tXfVeb3: "Something i ' N
hotf' i ,
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WTS il RELIABLE SERVICE
VV 1 513 REMEMB 1 REASONABLE RATES
" 3A THE I
I QUALITY ELECTRICAL
L MERCHANDISE AT LOWEST
9' Il! -PRICES
Wea- Zami - 1 SOLD ON EASY TERMS
CANDIES AND LUNCI-IES
W I w E S T E R N
-- PUBLIC SERVICE
c O M P A N Y
7l5 University Avenue yOUR SERVICE COMPANY
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PUBLIC MARKET DAVIS MILLINERY
FORMERLY Visit Us in Our -New Location on
CENTRAL OROCERY H C-rand Avenue
I Next to Taylor Drug Company on
1- Second and Grand
We carry a complete line of
QUALITY GROCERIES AND I L...-
ALSO l You Will be Surprised at the Values and
FRESH FRUIT AND I
i Quality Hats You Can Get Here.
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South SCCOIICI Street E IICOME
When in Doubt Call 3240 I CONVINCEDU
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Lakes surrounded by evergreens.
lvhat is more swift. than a rainbow trom?
One must be quick to jerk him out!
But when you catch a small eastern fish-
You might as well take him from the dish.
The NVest is the home of Rodeos
And also the land of perpetual snows.
We have an altitude of many thousand feet.
So our homes are above the summer heat.
Now I'll ask you a single question
You ought to decide with all my suggestion.
VVhich do you really like best-
Is it the East or is it the West?
P g O e hundred twenty-two
Mottoes Pictures Tapestries Book
Ends and Imported Novelties
PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER
Brushes and Artists Supplies
ART AND GIFT
The Converse Block 209 Ivinson Avenue
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' FIRST STATE BANK
MLM . 1 OF 1-ARAMIE
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, I CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
SHOES AND N 925000
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N Herman Hegewald, President
THE NEW CHAIN H. N. Roach, Vice Presidenl
" A. B. Hamilton. Vice Preside l
DEPARTMENT STORE , C. W. DeKay, Cashier n
L?'af"i,g Wgoming fhegevng IW? E' S'8'?lRs351 2321 52251521
ming, eens urg. oora 0' 3 Isa e' Will Goodale Director
Nebraska: Cambridge, Nebraska, '
SATISF IES LARAMIE. WYOMTNG
A QUESTION We Specialize in
The VVest is the land of the stately pine, UNIQUE' GIFTS for GRADUATES
On whose wooded hills grows the columi- and SPECIAL PARTY
'Tis here that you tind the most beautiful
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Established in l9ll
303 South Third Street
"WE SAVE YOUR SOLE"
ZIB Grand Avenue
OUR NEW LOCATION
AL'S MIDWEST STORE
FARMERS' MOST POPULAR
IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL
CLOTSIESEFLIORNTHE -HOTEL CONNOR
C LL 'A BARBER SHOP
Corner First and Ivinson l I' J' CONNELL' Proprietor
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MIDWEST BARBER SHOP ii ----'
li "TIME TO R1-:soLE"
On Alley of lvinson l
Between First and Second Streets 1 -
i On the Alley Between Second and Third
1 Street on Ivinson Avenue
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LEVITT'S YOU'LL. FIND YOUR FRIENDS
WORKINGMANS STORE LARAMIEJS FUN CENTER
"THE BEST FOR 1-1555" j MECCA MALTED MILK
Corner First Street and Grand Avenue E
Johnson Hotel Building I Tw-
Q BETTER BIGGER
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THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
FOR THE SCHOOL AND IMOGENE SMITH, Manager
I I I5 South Second Street
STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS I Phone 23l5
I don't know anything as hard as Math. i D
for me, '
In factors there are many things I don't I U T
pretend to seeg I ,
When all the rest get ones and twos there's I LARAMI'E S ONLY EXCLUSIVE
1lOt mll1Ch left for me, I
So when the teacher lifts 'her pen I get :1 I
lowly three. it
VVhen the grades for the term begin to I ------
come Out, I
Then is the time for such as me to pout. i
B t 'I I ld 2 CI Cl t , 5 M 1,
II1opII:I3Ilat t:IIZ:'eai'iIJl beIT1oa1Qir.tK0?or rlneee! e GIVE Us A TRIAL
I don't like Math. and Math. doesn't like I
me, y 5 -.1
For all I don't know about Math. would fill T
a dictionarv. 2
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, Phone 3451
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I 1 L COMPANY
7 Q "OVERLAND BUTTER"
"QUALITY ICE CREAM"
YOUR CAR SHOPPING WILL . MANUFACTURERS OF
N-OT BE COMPLETE UNTIL if FANCY BUTTER, ICE CREAM
YOU HAVE SEEN i AND SHERBET
"TI-IE NEW NASH 4410" Wholesale and Retail
NOW ON DISPLAY 1 -
Nash leads the world in Motor Car Value Phone 241 I
M O T O R S C O , ! PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
I I I-I 3 Custer Street. Phone 4433
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THIS IS A STORE OF FRIENDLY CUO L U M B I A
SHOE REPAIRING AND
-1- 1 SI-IINING
CALL ON US
LET Us BE OF SERVICE 1 - I
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B . F . E A R L Y Hat Cleaning Hai Ribbons
LARAMIEKS ONLY EXCLUSIVE
310 South Second Street 217W South Second Street
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