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ANCIENT ARTICLES!!


 


ANCIENT INK!


Graduation, June 4, 1968!



New Officers Elected in 1967!


Highland Associated Women (HAW) Fashion Show!


 

Tribune sports columnist, Dick Rosetta, wrote about the mouse,

the axe and the 1968 basketball team!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Highland's Annual Dance Concert!


Highlanders on "The Enquiring Editor" with Mike Korologos!


Dave Harmon Wins Nick Caputo Award!


 

Absent WITH leave!

 


Dominick (Nick) Caputo

Who was Nick Caputo?  In college he played football for Utah State and while he played he was frequently mentioned in Utah newspapers.  As it says in the obituary below he went on to become an instructor at Highland, a director of the Rotary Boys Club in Salt Lake City and a corrective therapist at the Veterans Administration.  Nick Caputo passed away in March of 1960 at the young age of 37.  He was so admired that Highland and his family agreed that an annual award would be presented in his name to the top male, senior, student/athlete and leader.  The first Nick Caputo Award was presented the year he passed away, 1960, to Wayne Smith.


ANCIENT PHOTOS!


Highland Under Construction, 1956-1957!


Construction, 1956

 

Construction 1956

 

Highland Icon, 1956

 

Auditorium Under Construction, 1957

 

Got Mail?  1957

 

 

Harold Brown and Carl Pilsipher Looking Over New Cafeteria, 1957

 

South View of Highland, 1957

 

Early Students, Football Coach, 1956-1958!

Students Leaving Building, 1957!

 

Students Lee Bettilon and Kay Kelso, 1956!

Yes they look young but in 1956 Highland included 7th-12th grade students!

 

Students Katherine Hollingshous and Ralph Ryser!

 

Students Alan Smith, Virginia Howell and Mathis Chappell, 1956!

 

Students Linda Goodyear and Judy Wingel, 1958!

 

 

Highland's First Football Coach, Larry Palmer, diagramming a play on his cast with players Gary Sargent, Bill Daynes and Jim Hoggan, 1958!

The following year Coach Palmer would lead the Rams to its 1st state football championship!