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Through the developments of the last few years, the
world has become one vast community. We must
all adjust our feelings and our understandings
to global living. Since understanding is
based on knowledge, the hope for a
lasting peace rests with the
schools, teachers, and teen-
age students of every
nation. To them
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Every student in High School should stop to consider if he or she is making the
most worthwhile use of his chances for an education-an education in a democrat-
ic country. Nowhere on the earth today can this be gained so cheaply or with such
little effort on the part of the individual. It should be the goal of each student
in this school to strengthen democracy by getting the broadest education possible.
ln this way perhaps some day we shall realize the goal of a United World. This
can only he achieved through the education and cooperative understanding of
all peoples Working together for peace and good will among men.
-A. E. MCDERMID
This school year, 1948-49, will be remembered as one of reorganization and new opportunities. A
change always involves debate, but when that change means benefits for the majority, its needs
must be accepted by all as a new link in our chain of democratic living.
The newly organized Class A School District No. 413 includes Maroa, Washington, Poplar Hill, Elm-
wood, Filer, Berger, Hollister, Amsterdam, Rogerson and parts of Cedar Draw, Union, Syringa. and
Park Lane, totaling 709 grade and 251 high school students. It covers almost half of Twin Falls
County, and is evaluated at 35,209,498
The purpose of reorganization is to make larger and better schools for less money.
Taxation will be lower in all parts of the new district excepting Washington and Cedar Draw. There
will be an equalization of the tax burden which will "put the money where the children aref, Rich
districts with few children but high in valuation and thus in taxation, object to educating children of
parents who contribute little or nothing to schools because they are exempted by low valuation.
Equalization will distribute the cost.
THERE ARE MANY BENEFITS FROM THE NEVV PROGRAM.
SOME HAVE BEEN FELTALREADY:
E. M. RAYBORN
1. Two schools have been re-wired. tFire
hazards had existedj
2. The hot-lunch program was extended.
3. Two schools have been completely re-
4. Through buying and using coopera-
tively, financial savings have been
made. Buying a large amount of sup-
plies for the district results in a larger
discount. Large equipment can be
passed around instead of being rented
or bought by separate schools.
5. Gains have already been made by
students in athletics, science, and
music. Well-equipped departments
naturally give opportunities for more
Our reorganization has been a step for-
ward to meet the ever changing needs,
and will act as a challenge for alertness
E. M. Rayborn is Chairman of the school
board of the new district. Other mem-
bers of the board are R. W. Pierce, 'Vice-
Chairman, Howard Tegan, George Mc-
Gregor, and A. E. Kunkel.
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Stale Music Specialist Ccrtifirlitc'
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Une of the most important jobs facing todayis high
school teachers is to create in all pupils a desire to
grow up into good citizens - good citizens in the
school, in the community, in the nation and in the
world. It is easy to teach the responsibility for helping
to solve the problems of our own immediate environ-
ment-or even the problems of the nation as a whole,
but much more difficult to teach the broader responsi-
bility of world citizenship.
Because todayls teachers are more world-conscious,
their students are experiencing a keener awareness of
desperate situations the world over. Today teachers
must turn out pupils who are inspired to do their
best in ridding the world of the animosities engen-
dered by the war and in trying to cement together
with generosity and service the far-Hung fragments
of a broken globe.
If we as teachers are unfaltering in our task, we shall
prove ourselves worthy of the privilege and the re-
sponsibility of teaching democratic citizenship in a
world which is struggling for peace, comfort and
- E. W.
B. A. University of Washington
llislnry - Cmisarner Training
B. S. University of Idaho
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Sfunrlingz Larry Sur-ki-tt. Curtis XVillcins, Dt-llu Ann Scott, Mary Ellen Vickvrs. Carry Allison.
Cliristinv Moor:-, Lon Ann lloltzc-n, liilfllilfll Sinitli, Bill xVl'1llJl'l'Q.L, Cloriu Suckctt.
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P1'r'sifl1'nI , ,r... Barry Flennikvn Q President ,, , , , , T1w1'on Brown
Vim'-Prz'.s'ic11'1It . ......... ..s,....,... K luck Pierce .1 ' Vice-President ,.......,,.s., ,Y.,.. Boy liuylmrn
Sm'r1'fm'y-Tr1'rl.s'm'w' ,,,,,,s Della Ann Scott Q Sl,'C7'CfllI'y-T7'PlI.S'1lTCI' ,.,s, S S ssllvlln Ann Scott
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supcrxision of Nlr. Nlcllerniicl and Hr. Boyd arc'
lwing given 21 Yvry practical coursv in ullicv
Sonic clmugc-s urv maclv in tlic stall' czlcli svmvs-
ollicv girl" lor tlw school yvur with Lulu Klau-
liic-rkvr as lim' first svmcstc-r assistant :incl Dt-lla
Aim Scott assisting lim' tlic' sc-cmicl sc-im-sta-r.
DICLLA ANN SCOTT I.Ul.A NI.-XIC Dlliltklili
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Vice-President ............,... Barry Flennilcm-n
Secretary-Trerwuru ......... XVarren llart
Reporter .,.,........ ..,... B 4-tty Moore
President ................,........, Curtis Wfilkins
Vice-President .......,.......... Eddie Johnson
Secretary-Treasurer ,... Lou Ann Holtzen
Reporter .....,..................,. Patty Schnitker
Cfarid of Z!
In the fall of 1945 a group of seventy freshmen entered the doors of Filer High
School. This group was not the ordinary run-of-the-mill type of freshment.
Though they were green they were by no means over-awed. The achievements
of their first year gave promise for future successs.
They came back the next year more ambitious-and wiser. With girls in the Pep
Club and boys on the athletic team they completed a successful season.
During their junior year they held a successful prom, banquet, and carnival.
They distinguished themselves in sports and dramatics and had everyone saying
that next year should be their year!
I t was! They really "set the world on iirelv With the consolidation with Hollister
they had a rock-rolling football team which wound up at the top of the Big Seven
Conference. Out of the original seventy freshmen only forty-eight are left. As
these halls echo their last farewell they will go on to new conquests in life.
Clcc Club l-45 VVildcat Staff 3-45 F Club fl-45 Boys'
Club 2-35 Tbcspian 3-45 Football 2-3-45 Hascball 3-4:
Baskm-tball 2-3-45 Class Prt-side-nt lg "Stugf' Door" 25 junior
'l'alcnt Show 35 Studcnt Council 1.
Clcc Club 1-45 Band 1-2-3-45 F Club 2-3-45 Boys'
Club 2-35 Football 1-3-45 lflaskctball l-2-3-45 Hascball 2-45
junior 'l'alcnl Show 3.
F Club 1-2-3-45 Prcsidcnt 3-4: Boys' Club 2-35 FFA
2-3-45 1'lcportx'r 235 P011 Club 15 Class King 35 Bascball
l-2-3-45 Football l-2-3-45 Haskctball 2-3-45 Class Prcsi-
dcnt 25 Vicc-Prcsitlcnt 2-35 Studcnt Council 2-3.
MARGARVET ANN BEEM
Clos- Club 1-2-45 Band l-2-3-45 Pup Hand l-2-3-45
Annual Stal? 45 Cirls' Lcauuc 3-45 Pm-p Hand 1-25 Y-'l'4-L-ns
l-2-35 ,lunior Talcnt Show 35 "Our Town" 15 Statc Music
F Club 1-2-3-45 Boys' Club 2-35 FFA 2-3-45 Pcp Club
157Foofball l-2-3-45 Track 1-2-45 Hascball 3-45 Baskctball
Clcc Club 2-4 Wildcat Staff 3-45 F Club 3-4' Boys'
Club 2-35 Tbcsliian 3-45 Baskctball l-2-3-45 Track 25 Class
Ita-pom-r 15 "Univ With Judy" 35 "II:'rbi4".v Xmas Presvnf'
35 junior '1'illl'llf Show 3.
Annual Staff 45 F Club 2-3-45 Vic:--Prcsidcnt 35 ltr'-
portcr 45 Boys' Club 2-35 Class King 45 Baskstball l-2-3-45
Bust-ball 3-45 Football lN1anagcr 45 Class ltcportcr 2.
Clcv Club 1-2-3-45 Girls' Lcauxuc 4: Baskctball 1-2-35
Lt-tlt-rn1:xn 35 Managcr Baskctball 'll-ani 35 "I.if1' at Aunt
Boys' Club 2-35 Track 1-25 Haskctball 2-45 Production
Stall "I'z'g O' My Hair!" 35 junior Talent Show 3.
FFA 15 Basc-hall 2-35 Baskctball 1-2-35 Football 35
Class Prcsidcnt 35 Lcttcrinan 2-35 "Hook, Lim' mul Sink1'r"
25 "Pigtnil.s" 25 "Il1'n' Comm Cl11lrli1"' 25 "1Vlno Killccl
Aunt Curolinr'?" 35 Production Staff "l.if:' ut Aunt Min-
Glcc Club 2-3-45 Girls' Lcayluc 45 Pcp Club 4' Basket-
ball 1-2-3g Lcttcnnan 1-2-35 Ycll Lcadcr 2-35 "ll"ho Killwl
Aunt c1'li0I1Ill'.",' 15 "Il1'rr' Cmnvx Charlic' 25 Production
Staff "Lif:' ut Aunt Minnirw 3.
LULA MAE. DIERKER
Band 2-3-45 Annual Staff 45 Cirls 1.cax1u1- 3-45 FHA
3-45 Pop Club 45 junior Tala-nt Show 35 "I.ruli:'.v of thu
Mop" 45 "The Grwn Light" 45 "A Dah' lVith Judy" 45
State Music Fcstival 3.
Glcc Club 1-45 Band 1-2-3-45 Wildcat Staff 2-3-45
Animal Staff 45 Girls' Lcajlut- 3-45 Prcsidcut 3: l'4'p Club
2-3-45 Y-Tc-cus 1-2-35 Scrvicc Cbainnan 15 Worship Chair-
man 25 Tlu-spians 3-45 Sccrctary-Tre-asurcr 45 Class Vicu-
Prcsidcnt 1-35 Studcnt Council I-35 "St11g1' Door' 25 "A
Date With fully" 35 junior Talcnt Show 35 "Bond Haf-
twU5'n" 35 Hl4lII1il'Y of thl' Mop" 45 Production Staff "Broth-
vr Guos4"' 15 "Our Town" l5 "Our llvnrtx XVf'nf Young and
Guy' 25 "SmiIin' Through" 35 "Gn'4'n Light' 45 Dvclaina-
tion 2-3-45 Library 25 Oificc 1.
Band 1-2-3-45 Pcp Band 1-2-3-45 Wildcat Staff 3-45
Boys' Club 2-35 Tbcspian 45 Production Staff "Thr Grccn
Arlington Hciglits High 1-25 Jcromz' Iligb 35 F Club 45
Annual Staff 45 Class Vicc-Prusidn-nt 45 Studcnt Body
1'rcsidcnt 45 Football 4: llaskctball 45 Bascball 4.
F Club 2-3-45 Boys' Club 2-35 FFA 2-3-45 Footlmll
1-2-3-45 Hascball 3-45 Track 2-45 Baskctball 2-3-45 Junior
Talcnt Show 35 Vict--1'rcsid:'nt 25 Sccrctary 4.
F Club 2-3-45 Sccrctary-Trcasurcr 45 Boys' Club 2-35
FFA 1-2-3-45 Tn-asurcr 35 Pre-sidcnt 45 Class Sccrctarv-
'1'rL-asurcr 45 Studcnt Council 45 Cun Club Trcasurcr 35
Football 2-3-45 Haskctball 2-3-45 Bascball 2-3-4.
lloys' Club 2-Il 'l'bcspiau :Z-:E-4g Procluutiou Stall
"SmiIin' Through" 3: lnuior Talcnt Show Ilg "SIn,u1' Door"
2g "l'r'g O' My II:'ort" Ilg "Th1' Crmfn Light" 4g "A Don'
ll"ilh Indy" flg "Our IIwurl.s' ll'4'n' Young mul Gay" 24
Spun-cl: Fvstival 2-fl.
lloys' Club 2-Sg 'l'ln-spiau 2-33-43 llcportcr -lg Procluc-
tion Stall "S"l'l'll14'l'lln 23 "Our Ilfnrlx lV:'r1' Young onrl
Guy" ig "Slng4' Door" ilg "Smilin' Through" 3g "A Doll'
ll'iIh ju.Iy1" rlg "l'1',11 O' My lIz'1lrl" Jig "Crum Light" -lg
"l"li,:hl of Ihr lI:'1'ons"' 2g Dm-clamation 2-53.
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Kilhwl Aan! fTurolim'P" 2: l'rocIu1-tion Stall "IIa'r1' C'onu'.v
Churli:"' flg "l.ifJ' nt Ann! i'lIinni1"s" Il.
l" Club 2-il-4g Boys' Club 2-flg FFA 2-3-4g Foolball
l-2-:S-,lg Baski-:ball l-2-Il-41 Track 2-4g Bascball 4.
Claw' Club Il--lg Baml l-2-3-41 l'i'p llaucl l-2-fl-4g F
Club Il- lg Yici' -l'l'm-siilcut 2: l'i'n'sicln'ut 33 Boys' Club 2-flg
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duction Stall' "On: llwurts ll'1'rr' Yoinug Illlll Coy" 24 junior
Talcut Show Ilg "Our 'l'ou'n"
Vl'ilLli'al Stall' I3-4: Annual Stall 4g Cirls' Lcaguv 3-44
FHA Il-'lg Historian Ilg Pr:-siilcnt 4g P4-11 Club 2-3-45 Rc-
porlc: fl: Prvsirln-nt fl--lg Y-'l'i-1-ns l-2g Class Hcportvr 33
l'roilun'tion Stall junior 'l'al1'nt Show 3g Library il-4.
Nloillilailmilx Nou' hloxico
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lA'1lLI1ll' In--lg l'llA Ilg Y-li-ons 'l
Cla-c Club Fl: Il Club l-2-fl: F Club 4: Boys' Club
l-2-Il: l"l"A -lg Football l-2-3-41 Baskm-tball I-2-Il-4g Class
l'I'4'5lllt'lll -lg Stuclcnt Counail 1.
K-lm' Club l-2-Ilg Vi
'ilmlcat Stall' -lg Cirls' LOZIHIIK' 4g
liawliall l-2-Slg Baskvtball l-2-fig Lcttm-rlnau l-2-3-4g Ycll
l.i-.uclf-r 2-Ilg Class Si-crrtan lu :su
"l.if4' nl .-lunl .'llirirzir'.s"' 3.
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Cleo Club lg Girls' Lcagui- 3--lg 'l'l'l'4lSlll'1'l' 331 Pi-11 Club
1-2-3-4g Yvll L4-advr-l-2-3-4g Y-Tm-ns l-2g 'Frm-asurcr 2g
Thespian 3-45 Vicc-Pri-siclvnt 4g Class Quin-n Ilg Class
Rcporte-1' lg "Our Town lg junior Talcnt Show ilg "'l'h1'
Gwen Light" 4g "I.lll1il'.Y of thi' Mop" 4g Production Slatl'
"Stn,'11' Door" 2g "Our Ilcrlrts ll'J'n' Young and Coy" 21
"Smilin' Through" Sg "A Data' lVith Judy" 13g HSl'lTl'Ilft'l'1lH.
3g "Sumnmn.v of Surif'l" lg Office- rl-4.
Clcc Club lg Wildcat Stall' l-2g F Club 2-I3-4g Boys'
Club 2-Fl: Pcp Club lg Baskctball l-2-Il--lg llasvball
1-2-3-4g Track I-25 Class Ri-ports-r 2g junior 'll1ll4'lll
LOU ANN HOLTZEN
Buhl High School lg Hand 2-I3--lg Pop llanil -lg Cirls'
Lcaugiic 3-45 Trcasurcr 4g Pi-p Club 2-flg llcporti-1' Ilg Class
Quvcn 2g Class Sccretary 23 Studi-nt Council 21 l'roclui--
tion Staff "Cn-cn Light" 4.
Ch-c Club 1-2 Wildcat Staff 3-41 F Club 2-3-4g Boys'
Club 2-3g Pep Club 2g Thcspian 3-4g Athlctics 3-4g Class
Rm-porter 3g Junior Tall-nt Show 35 "Our Town" lg "Broth-
er Goose" lg "Pink and PuIz'h4'.v" 2g "Gr:'1'n Light" 4g
"Alan in thc Bowlcr Hat" 3g Production Staff "S1nilin'
Tll1'lIll,l.f'ln 35 Yvll Lcadcr 2g Dcclamation 3,
Twin Falls High School lg F Club 2-3-4g Boys' Club
?-531-lg CFIEA 2-3-4g Baskcthall 2-3-4g Football 2-I3-'lg Basv-
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Annual Stall: 4g F Club 1-2-F3-4g Kvportm-r 2g Boys' Club
2-3-4g Reporter 25 FFA 2-3-4g Sccrctaly flg Vici'-l'ri-sicls-lit
4 Pep Club lg Thcspian 2-3-4g Prusidi-ut 4g Class Prcsicls-nt
1-2-3 Studcnt Bocly Vicc-Prcsiclcnt 3g Studi-ut Council
1-2-Sg Class King 25 Football 2-3-45 Track 1-2--lg USl'l7l'7l-
Mun" 25 usfllglf Door" 24 "Our Ilvrirlx lVm'rr' Young onrl
Grlgf, 2g Junior Tale-nt Show 3.
Cl:-c Club l-I3-43 Band 2-3-4g Wildcat Statf 2-3-44
Annual Staff 43 Boys' Club 2-34 Thcspian 45 Track 1-2:
"Our Hlfurts WMU Young and Guy" 2g Production Staff
"Crum Light" 4.
Clcv Club l-2-34 Hand l-2g VVildcat Stall 33-4g Girls'
Lcajguc 3-4g FHA 3-41 Pup Club fl-44 Y-Tvs-ns l-25 junior
Tal:-nt Show P35 "Our Town" lg Otficv 4g Library 4.
Twin Falls High 3g Production Staff "Crown I.i,f1hl" 4.
Girls' L1-ugnw 3-41 FHA I3-43 Pup Club 3-43 Class Svc-
rctairy-'l'x'vus1ll'z-r 2-33 Studi-ut Council 2-3: Officv 3-4:
Procluctiuu Stull' "'I'ln' Grvvn Lighf' 4.
RUTH ANN ROBISON
'l'u'iu Falls High l-23 T. F. Chorus 1-23 'l'. F. Pup
Club l-23 Girls' lmuyllu' 3-43 FHA 3-43 Y-T1-uns 33 f,H,iL'l'
Il: l,ilu'au'y 4.
Glvm- Club 2-53-43 Girls' Lvavllu- 4: Buskvtbull l-2-33
lmtti-rlmui l-2-F33 "I.ifz' 111 Aunt Minni1".v" 33 "Il1'n' Cumrx
Glcv Club l-2-33 NVilclcnt Staff 43 Auuuul Stall 43
Girls' lrvaullu- 43 Pop Club 43 Rc-porivr 43 Basvball 1-2-33
lluskvtbull 1-2-33 Class Pu-side-ut l-23 "I'igfaiIs" 23 "I,ifr'
ul Aunl Illinni:"x" 233 Svnior Girl Rvprm-svutulivv 43 Offici-
rl-43 l.n-th-nnun l-2-F3-4.
LOTUS JOY SCHNIUCIKERI
Glu' Club l3 Girls' I.L'ug1uu 3-43 FHA 3-43 Y-livuns
l-2-33 uSl'l"'Hfl'l'YlH 23 Library 2-3-4.
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Gloc Club l-2-3-43 Girls' Lvuqlu' 43 Buskctbull l-2-3.
DORA JEANNE STUTZMAN
Glu- Club lz Amuml Stuff 4: Girls' Lvzuzm- 3-43 P1-11
Club 3-lg Scurvlnry 43 Y-Tw-us 1-23 Tllvspiuu 3-43 Class
Yin--l'u-simli-lit lg Studi-nl Council lg Library 4: Urlicm' fig
"Our 'l'uu'n" l3 junior Tull-nt Show 333 Production Stal?
"Slngf- Door" 23 "Our Ilvarls XV1'n' Young und Guy" 23
"fin-1 n Lighi 4g "Smilin' 'I'hrough" 233 "A Dun- W'ifh
Indy" 313 "Si'rm1!r'l'rl" 2: "Summnn.v of Surivln lg Spcvcb
Glu- Club lg F Club Il--1: lluys' Club 2-531 'l4l'1ll'li 2-'ll
Football 23-43 Barska-llmll l.
Boys' Club 2-'31 l'romlum'tion Stull "Sl1l,:1' Door" 23
F Club 3-43 Boys' Club 2-Fl--13 FFA 2-Al-41 lfoolb
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Glvm- Club l-33 VVilclL':u Stull S3-43 Girls' lmaullu- ri--43
FHA 3-43 Pizuvsl 33 P1311 Club l-2-3--1: l'i'u4lm'liou Slulli
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e the senior class of Filer High School, being sound in mind, body, and spirit, do will and be
queath to "Mac,,, Mr. Boyd, our teachers, and our sponsors our best wishes, deepest appreciation
and sincere thanks for all the help given us. ,
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To the juniors we leave all our extra credits and our front seats in assemblies.
To the sophomores we will all our extra virtues to make them conceited juniors.
To the freshmen we leave all our worn-out whistles, chewed bubble gum, broken rubber bands.
We will our personal property as follows:
Wesley Anderson, do will and bequeath my blond hair to "Macf'
Everett Andrews, do will and bequeath my basketball playing ability to Fred Lancaster.
Gary Bean, do will and bequeath my ability to get married before finishing school to Dale Bringham.
Margaret Ann Beem, do will and bequeath my bashfulness to Gerita Nuzman.
Bill Blass, do will and bequeath my ability to get along without an English. notebook all year long to
Keith Burgess, do will and bequeath my singing ability to Chuck Allen.
Theron Brown, do will and bequeath my shyness around girls to Charles Daniels.
Kay Caudle, do will and bequeath my long nose to Ramona Tiffany.
Dale Childers, do will and bequeath my parking spot at the cemetery to Eunice Andrews and Joe Miller.
Clive Courtnay, do will and bequeath my height and good will toward man to jim Kunkel.
Isabelle Courtnay, do will and bequeath my basketball ability to Filer Vartisy team.
Lula Mae Dierker, do will and bequeath my ability to play the oboe to the next person who tackles the
Marjy Drake, do will and bequeath my ability to stick to one man to Barbara Bean.
Cloyce Edwards, do will and bequeath my band uniform to Martha Kunkel, hoping that she fills into it.
Barry Flenniken, do will and bequeath my pool que and bottle opener to Bob Rayborn.
Maurice Graves, do will and bequeath my English book to any Junior who wants to get the wrong answers.
Fred Hainline, leave-wihout a word.
Warren Hart, do will and bequeath my old red cow to "Slug" Allison.
Helen Ruth Hill, do will and bequeath my office and all its contents to Della Ann Scott for safe keeping
and loving care.
Laurence Holler, do will and bequeath my car to anyone who is willing to trade a Buick for it.
Lou Ann Holtzen, do will and bequeath my natural beauty to Donna Lee Leeper.
Dean Hurd, do will and bequeath my title as the "Contact Kid" to lack Pierce.
Dale Jasper, do will and bequeath my road map of Nevada to Larry Sackett.
Eddie Johnson, do will and bequeath my trick knee to Barbara Lee Smith. Cln the hope of shorter
skirts, then maybe she can get a man.J ,
Willard Kimerling, do will and bequeath my Shakes earean acting ability to Harris Brown.
Iean Kistler, do will and bequeath my shorthand and, typing ability to Dorothy Peterson.
Verle Knauss, do will and bequeath my ability to "wow" the Junior girls to Sylvan Miller.
Bennie Knodel, do will and bequeath my car to anyone who wants an excuse to stay home.
Robert Kulick, do will and bequeath my strong physique to Cary Allison.
Mary Kunkel, do will and bequeath my friendly manner to Byron Thomas.
Elmer Lampe, do will and be ueath my quietness in class to Ann Recd.
Dave Lancaster, do will and ffxequeath my stinginess to Marlene Montgomery.
Deloris Lancaster, do will and bequeath my title of being a spoiled little brat to Donna Lee Davis.
Imogene Lassiter, do will and bequeath my nickname, "Pocahontas" to Gloria Sackett.
Howard Mills, do will and bequeath my curly hair and pool-playing ability to fRomeoD Evan Fullmer.
Betty Moore, do will and bequeath my quietness to Nancy She ton.
Cla ys Persigehl, do will and bequeath my hearty laughter to Ella Sayre.
Ruth Ann Robison, do will and bequeath my special ability of talking in Ed Simpson's study hall to anyone
who can get by with it.
Donald Ryan, do will and bequeath my French dialect to Keith Fullmer, since he doesn't already need it.
Pat Ryan, do will and bequeath my giggle to Ethel Iasper. K
Lotus Joy Schmucker, do will and bequeath to Hank my ability for opening the study hall doors on time
in the morning.
Nadinelgkgnner, do will and bequeath my blond hair to jan Quillian. CAlthough, she may have to use
peroxi e .
Dora Jeanne Stutzman, do will and bequeath my ambitious stride to Clyda Edwards.
Marvin Ulrich, do will and bequeath Nettie Adams to Charles Crawford.
Oscar Vickers, do will and bequeath my physics book to Arlen Harger.
Curtis Wilkins, do will and bequeath my height to Io Brazie.
Mildred Winkle, do will and bequeath my slim waistline to Barbara Bean. Y
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One snowbound night as I lay dreaming, I found myself on the steps of Filer High School. I looked
upward and cried, "Oh, Magic Carpet, come to me and bear me into the future, that I may see
what is in store for the Class of '49."
On the carpet I was borne to a far distant land and landed in front of the screen of the future in the
Great Hall of the Distant Years.
The first scene took me to Moscow where Bill Blass and Dale Jasper were being approached by
talent scouts from Notre Dame. Betty Moore was the best athlete there, but Marvin Ulrich was
running her a close second. Dean Hurd was majoring in moonshining and minoring in the art of
becoming a first-class bookie. Willard Kimerling had been voted by his classmates as "The Boy
Most Likely to? ? fy' The beautiful homecoming queen for the year was Pat Ryan. Lotus joy
Schmucker had become the most capable librarian the college ever had.
As the scene shifted I caught a glimpse of the President's fDon Ryanl secretary, jean Kistler, taking
dictation on her boss's knee.
In Salt Lake City Lula Mae Dierker, was secretary to a handsome doctor, they were soon to be
married. Isabelle Courtnay, head nurse at the hospital, was having a hard time keeping the male
patients from chasing her.
As the years passed by before me I was taken to New York City where Spike jones and his City
Slickers with their new hot clarinet player, Cloyce Edwards, were having a guest engagement.
Upon their music racks lay new and better arrangements by Marv Kunkel. In another part of the
city I saw Curt Wilkins, man about town, with his side-kick, Fred Hainline still-but not successfully
-making passes at the women, seated at a table in the Stock Club listening to singer Marjy Drake.
Joining them at the table were Eddie johnson, Nature Bov II, with his famous long hair, Wesley
Anderson, fashion designer from Paris, Verle Knauss, world's best designer of children's clothes, and
Barry F lenniken, Curry, Idahois football coach. They were just in time to see Gypsy Rose Lee turn
over her crown as strip tease queen to Barryis wife, Goldie Ruth Hill. Seated nearby at another
table was Imogene Lassiter, with her world-famous artist husband. Outside the club I discovered
Bennie Knodel, Broadway electrician, Oscar Vick ers, radio commercial wizard, and Patty Schnitker,
comedian, seated in Bennieis Cadillac.
As the scene was again changing before me, I caught a fleeting glimpse of Robert Kulick, worldis
weight-lifting champion, and Mildred Winkle still trying to join the Northwest Mounted Police.
CThey always get their man.D
In Hollywood I saw Elmer Lampe signing a contract to play the lead in the movie, "Fudd," and
the secretarv to Red Skelton in the amis of Larry Sackett, promising with tear-filled eyes to retum
to Filer and become just plain Dora Jeanne Sackett, farmer's wife.
The next scene took me to Jerome, Idaho, where I saw Lou Ann Holtzen and Gladys Persigehl, both
prominent members of the Northside Social Club, raising children and chickens.
It was Thursday night when I dropped in at the Rythm Roller Rink in Twin Falls and saw the
proprietor, Dale Childers, teaching his five children how to skate. With him were Mr. and Mrs.
Vern Stokesberry with their twins, Robison and Ruth Arm.
Then a familiar scene appeared on the screen. I was back at Filer High Schol. The music depart-
ment had been taken over by Margaret Ann Beem, and Coach Theron Brown's basketball team
had just won the state championship trophy. A celebration for them was being prepared by Chief-
of-Police Keith Burgess, Mayor Russell Nelson, and Mayor Clive Courtnay of Hollister. Nadine
Skinner, by answering the radio mystery programs had become the richest old maid in Filer and
had purchased a home on Yakima where Laurence Holler was spending much of his time digging
for gold. Maurice Graves had purchased the Dean johnson Service and specialized in repairs for
the High Schol crowd.
At the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bean, a potluck diner was being held. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lan-
caster, and the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Andrews CKay Caudlel, Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mills fDeloris Lancasterl, were present. The men were outside with
the 26 children Q eight Harts, seven Beans, six Mills, and five Lancastersj, while the women talked of:
Warren's herd of two cows gHoward, a grease monkey at the airport, having to Hy the doctor through
a storm to beat the stork, and Dave Enally giving his wife a little spending money. Everett. a retired
engineer, to keep from being bored had accepted a contract to build a bridge across the canal,
connecting two cow pastures.
The screen of the future dimmed and unfamiliar faces appeared. They were the children, the grand-
children, and great grandchildren of my classmates. Some were in positions of power, others were
wealthy and famous, still others were common folk with happy, ordinary lives.
I turned away, stepped upon the magic carpet and was whisked back to my cozy bed.
YE CLASS PROPHET
Prcsizlent ,.,....A,.A,, .A,,,........ j erry Dunlap
Vice-President ,............, Vivian Lancaster
Sccrelary-Treasurer .....,..,. Ilelen Prough
W Reporter .............,...........,.,.. Barbara Fife
Presirlenl ......,.......,. ,.... . .
Vice-President .....,.... .,..
S ecrctary-Treasurer ,,.,. .....
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In the tall of 1946, fifty-seven Freshmen entered Filer Higlivc 8"
The freshmen took part in most of the activities.
of the Advisers, Mrs. Powell and Mr. Boyd.
ln their sophomore year fewer students came hack, hut
this did not keep them from taking an active part in thc
sehool. In the school tradition they decorated the Christ-
mas tree, and decorated the gym for lhe Baccalaureate
and Commenccmcnt. Their advisers were Mrs. NVarlmcrg
and Mr. WVilliamson.
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Several successful par 'es were held Wim the help
In their junior year they had hack nearly the originai
numher of students because of new students from llol-
lister. This year they really did take a major part in
things. Their carnival was held on DQ'L'l'llll3l'l' 1 with
their candidates, 'Carole Brazie and Charles Daniels, hc-
ing elected king and queen of thc carnival.
They are looking torward
to their Senioi veai and to
holding up the high stan
SEXRYN CAL' TT
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President .....................,....,... Ted johnson
Vice-President .........,.,o.,,..,.,. Max Rector
Secretury-Treasurer, Marcella Bodenstub
Reporter .,,..,.,,........... Jeannie MQ-Gregor
President ............,.., ,....... G ary Allison
Vice-President ..............., Dale Bringhum
Secretary-Treasurer ,...,..... Biirbzirn Smith
Reporter .,.,.......,,,,., .,..., IN lux Hector
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August 27. 1947, sixty freslnnen entered Filer High School. Mrs. Williamson and Mr. Boyd were the class
advisers. Contrary to the usual tradition Clyda Edwards and Ted johnson were crowned king and queen
of the junior Carnival.
For entertainment the first semester il successful dancing In September, 1948, having added five more to their num-
Pflftb' WHS giVU1- ber, the students entered school as sophomores. Mrs. Will-
In January, 19481 HW Whoh, class Imrticilmted in a Clever iiunson and Mr. Williamson were the class advisers for the
stage show. Yeilf-
In May, 1948, the Class W,-nt Swimming at Bunburyg where Following the usual school cusotm, the sophomores decorat-
thvy had mnny good things to ent, and ax wonderful time. ed the Christmas tree and it wus unusually beziutiliul.
As this annual goes to press,
plans are being made for 21 roller
skating party and a swimming
party in the spring.
This brings the history of
the class of 1951 down to
the present date and a
bright future is predicted
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Vice-President ........,................. Joe Miller
Secretary-Treasurer ...... Christine Moore
Reporter ..........,...... . ,................. Ann Reed
President .......,...,...... ..... C loria Sackett
Vice-President ................ Fred Lancaster
Secretary-Treasurer ...,.. Christine Moore
Reporter .................... ....,. I an Quillian
C4144 0 '52
On September 1, 1948, seventy freshmen entered Filer High School. One of the outstanding events
of the year was the freshman initiation. The boys Wearing skirts and the girls wearing overalls were
The roller skating party held during the Hrst semester
was very successful with the help of the sponsors, Mrs.
Cruhh and Mrs. Flennikcn.
WVith money from thc class treasury they bought the
large Christmas lree for the school.
Several ol' the freshmen lioys went out for
of the boys made his letter on the varsity football team.
They are now playing haslcetball with the Junior Varsity
winning almost every game.
Their candidates for the king and queen of the junior
Carnival were joe Miller and Eunice Anclrews. They
were crowned Prince and Princess.
Each class member is look-
ing forward to next year,
and making plans for the
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JUDITH ANNE BROWN
September 4, 1933 - june 22, 1948
With Love, Judy".
Light heartedly she signed
her picture for a friend
and gathered up her books,
so glad that school should end
and languid summer months
lay temptingly ahead.
But summer was a laggard
so when strawberries were red
and summer rains were soft and cool
as tears upon the cheeks
of those she told good-bye,
she gathered up her smiles
and went away
on a long and unexpected
She did not come
to school this fall . . .
she lingers yet
in that eternal summertime above.
Another occupies her place
but classmates all
remember Judy . . . "with lovef'
A C T I
The annual stag wishes to thank all who cooperated in thc production of this book. In spite of a late
start and .snowy roads we hope it contains the things which in later years may recall to mind the
good times enjoyed at Filer High School. May it renew for you the worthy ambitions and vows you
made to make this world a better place in which to liue.
THE ANNUAL STAFF
Marjy Drake .......,.................... Editor
Vivian Lancaster ...... Assistant Editor
Eddie Johnson .............. Organizations
Patty Schnitker, Mary Vickers Feature
Advisers: Mrs. NVarluerg, Mrs. Wilder
Lula Mae Dicrker
Della Ann Scott
Margaret Ann Bc-cm
Dora If-anne' Stuizmil'
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UXVNX Crib., Y
First Row - Mildred Winkle, jean Kistler, Haroldinc Iiainline, Wesley Anderson, Gloria Cran-
dall, Helen Prough. Second Hou' - Jack Pierce, Keith Burgess, Dolores Graves, Ann Recd,
Mary Ellen Vickers, Vivian Lancaster, Carmen Cagle, Murjy Drake. Standing - Dean Hurd.
VVillurd Kimerling, Cloyce Edwards, Lee Sharp, Dorothy Peterson, Ieannie McGregor, Esther
Bodenstab, Betty Moore, Patty Sehnitker, Lillian Bobal, Jessie DeKlotz, Barbara Fife, Jan
Carder, Barbara Smith, Mrs. Wilder, Della Ann Scott.
Through the work and cooperation of the VVildcat staff and the sponsors, Mrs.
VVarberg and Mrs. Wilder, a better VVILDCAT has been produced this year.
The paper, which is issued monthly, has been enlarged to include features of
interest to all students. Each stall member has cooperated willingly.
The Typing II Class assumed the responsibility for printing the WILDCAT.
The staff Wishes to thunk them, Mrs. XV3l'l'l0l'fI, and Mrs. Wilder, for the time and
effort devoted to the preparation of an improved school paper,
First Row - Della Ann Scott, Vivian Lancaster, Helen Prough, Haroldine Hainline. Second
Row - Christine Moore, Mary Lutz, Lou Ann Holtzen, Verla Schroeder, Patty Schnitker.
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The Girls, League was organized in the fall of 1947 and has flourished since then.
Every girl in Filer High School automatically belongs to it.
It was organized to promote a general feeling of democracy in the school and to
bring a sense of loyalty, friendliness, and cooperation among the girls.
Highlights of the year to date of publication of this annual are a welcome party
for the new girls, a special Thanksgiving program and offering, and the Alice in
Wonderland Ball. Other activities to be held are a hobby show, the Sadie
Hawkins dance, and a Mother-Daughter tea.
Mrs. Warberg is the capable sponsor for the Girls, League.
Svalml - 'l'olniny joslin. lilincr Lamps. Dah' .Iaspm-r. Dm-an Nh-Annally. Charlcs Crawford.
Franklin Crawford, Fri-d Lancastcr. La-slcr Pvtcrson, liddir- Iohnson. XVarrvn llart. Ardc-n
Stntzinan, Duane Sharp. First Hon' - l"x'c'd Ilaialinv, Myrl Sclirocdcr, Ccnc Schiitlcr. Ronald
Sharp, Mr. llall. Svroncl Hou' - Bill Blass. -lack l'ic1'u-. Clcnn W'inklc. Norris 'lihic-nic. jr-rry
Eiscnhancr, Art DvVisscr, XYcldon 'Frm-lmlood, Boyd Tipton, Dennis Nix-lson, Darrm-ll Kallxlicish.
Lawrcncc Kniggc. jot' Nlillcr. Nlarvin Fonts. Tlzirzl Hoa - Lcc Schuyler, Don Ryan, clin-
Courtncy, Tod Johnson, jerry Dunlap, Paul XYrighl, Ilovvard Mills, Curtis XVilkins. Max llc-utor,
llnhcrt 'llllil'llll', Byron Thomas. Richard lhlcr, Bill Olson.
ju fare armerb ofjdmerica
The school year of '48 and '49 opened with 5-1 members enrolled in Vocational Agriculture. rllhlill,
will be four candidates eligililc for thc Statc Farmcr's Dcgrcc this year, and two dclcgatcs will be
elected to go to the state FFA Convention in Boise.
FFA IN THE FAIR:
Bill Blass, Ag. IV, came out with Champion Showmau - beef.
N Larry Sackvtt, Ag. III, was Junior Champion - beef.
N Glenn iVinklf', Ag. Il, xx as IllDlOl' Showman - Sheep.
Byron Thomas, Ag. II, was junior Champion Showman - swine.
Art DcVisSer, Ag. 11, was junior Champion Showman - clairy.
FFA Activities FFA gfficers
Livestock Iuclging and
S Uf'rz'!ary .......
Those flashy official FFA jackets which a few of the
order for the first time in several years.
l"ir.s't Row: Lvsh-r I'i-ti-rson, Bolw lialylrorn, Bill Blass. Dull- jasper, Eclllim- johnson, jack Pivrcc. NV4-slr-y
Andvrson. lAllll'C'IlCI' llolle-r. Swronri How: Kulih Fnllmcr, Crm- SL-hifllcr, Cary Allison, Barry Fln-nnilwn,
Walrrvn Hurt, 'llllK'l'0ll Brown, Kvitll Burgess. Donn Hurd. Third Row: Marvin Ulrir-li, Duvv Lalncalstclg
Evvrvtt Andre-ws, Ilowaml Mills. Elini-r Lamps-, Curt VVillcins, Conrh Fla-nnikvn.
All tlic old nu-mbcrs are looking forward to the initi'1t' l t . f
going to lx- vc-ry fcw new members. Officers are:
President ..,......... ........ C ary Bean
Vive-Prc.s'ident ......,....... Evan F ullmer
Secretary-Treasurer ...... Warren Hart
Rvpurfer .,...,.......,......,. Theron Brown
This your under tlic- sponsorship
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lay "Slack" illlfl XVurrvn llurf.
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T W I R L E R S
I"irsl lion' - Jeannie McGregor, jean Kistler, Mildred Winkle, Lula Mae Dierlcer. Dora Stull-
man, lo Brazie, Dcloris Lancaster, Mrs. Grubb, Vivian Lancaster, Patty Sclmitlcer. Gladys
Persigclil, Helen Prough, XVanda Lutz, Gloria Sackett. Second Row - Darlene Iidwards.
Loyeda Nlarler, Josephine iayo. Lillian Bobal, Martha Kunkel, Della Aim Scott, jan Cards-r.
Nlary Kunkel, Esther Bodcnstab, llaroldinc Ilainliue, Maxine Carter, Pat llyan, VViluia lidwarcls.
june Ilcnstock. Tlzirzl How - Clyda Edwards. Ethel jasper, Jessie Dt-Klotz. lilainc Richmond.
Mary Vickers, Marjy Drake, Gloria Crandall, Mary jasper, Betty Moore. jan Nlartin. llarlmra
Smith, Vaughn Martin, Sondra Cedarliolm, Barbara Fife.
jr. pep era
The Pep Club is one of the most active organizations in Filer High School. Being a service organiza-
tion. the club has as its aim furthering the interests of the whole school,
The Pep Club is composed of 42 members, each of whom is elected for having attended and yelled
at the games. Emblems are bought by the club and are given to the Seniors on graduation.
Early in the year the old members gave the new members a pot-luck supper and went from there to
the llupert-Filer football game. As this annual goes to press plans are underway for a party in the
llome Economics room given by new members tor the old members.
The activities of the club include yelling at the games. making programs to pass out to the spectators,
planning and putting on Pep Assemblies, sponsoring buses to out-of-town games. and drills and
stunts between the halves ot games.
Nlrs. Grubb is the capable sponsor of the organization.
Win or Lose, They Keep Everybody Happy
The Filer lVilrleafS get plenty of roofing support when these clieerleaflers appear.
-IUNIOR XYANSITY CIIli1'IRl.I-'AIJICRS
Firsl How - Jeanne Taylor, Norma NVilliamson, Cerita Nuzman, ,lo Ann Elliott, Carole Brazie,
Ann Reed, Donnalce Leeper, Barbara Bean. Marlene lvlontgomery, Carmen Cagle. Second Row
- Dale Bringham, Bob Rayborn, Barry Flenuiken, .lack llierce., Larry Sackett, Bob Brinkman.
Merlin Neale, Clair Daniels, Mr. VVilliams. Third Row - M. C. Allen, Ray Neale, Bob Allen
Eddie Allison, Arden Stutzman, Gary Allison, Dean Hurd, Bill NVarbcrg.
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In the winter of 1946 and 1947, with no place to go to have a good time after school hours, a few of the
Filer lligh School students, interested in shooting decided to organize a rifle club.
The work ofthe club is useful and interesting. A person may win high honors in marksmanship in
any year of high school. The size. age or ability of the person does not count - it is plain, cool nerve,
and girls as Well as boys enjoy the sport.
The purpose of the organization is to teach young people how to handle the rifle accurately and to
have fun in safe shooting. Only high school students are admitted to the club in this community.
The club meets on Tuesday and Wednesday nights in the basement of the Musgrave building, and
this permits all members use of the range.
The Filer junior llille Club has tired three inter-team matches this year with Twin Falls, Gooding
and Burley. and won all three matches. They also Hred the Army Indoor Rifle Course.
There are 35 students in the club A about 20 boys and 15 girls. Among these there are 20 marksmen
and about 15 sharpshooters. The boys firing the army Indoor Rifle Course made seven marksmen
ratings, three sharpshooters and one expert rating.
Mr. Williamson is the sponsor of the club.
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The Filer High School music department
has a record for the past three years that
is something to be proud of. The band
received three first division ratings and
the chorus one first and one second. Our
soloists and small ensembles have placed
in the upper division at all festivals.
The hand, chorus, and other music
groups have participated in many
civic functions during the school
year and the band has been chosen
to play for the Buhl Rodeo for the
past two years.
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Filer High School is indebted to Mr.
Boyd for the time and patience he has
expended in the creation of a fine music
l"ir.vl Rim' Margaret Ann Bi-ein, Cloyee lidwarzls. Maxine Cantrell, Jeannette Newman, Martha Kunkel,
Belly Klilik, l.ula Nlae l7ic'rkel'. Eililiee Xlivlwws. Verlw Selil'neLlel'. Georilem' Holtzen. Serunll How - Willzlrll
Kimi-rling, Hay Neale, linlalie Brown. Bonnie liislwp. Vlllifll Rout f Norman Skinner. Elbert Stroud, Clydn
Eclwarcls. Nlary Kunkel. Uayline fllblilttll, Donna lies- Davis. Holm Rayhorn. Paul Lancaster. Nancy Shelton,
Conrad liclwards, NVilma Pltluarils. Darlene Edwards. Mary Lutl. Lou Ann Holtzen. Standing.: f Lula Meyer.
Harlxara lim-an, lxlyrl Sel1rus'cIu-r, Nlr. Boyd, 'Xlariy Drake. Fourth Rau' f Crue Sutton Larrv Creasev De'm
lilalwsley, Dave Laneaslr-r. l.au'rs-nee Kuiyiue, Hli'll21l'Il lhler. F11 cl Laneaster, Merlin Neale, FV0Tl'ttA.4llLlI't'Vc'S.
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ETHEL S WARBEHC, Dmncron OF SPEECH AND DRAIKIA
The difficulty of producing a "winning team" is not alone the job of the athletic
coach. The dramatics coach of each school also faces this same problem when
the speech festival rolls around.
Our Mrs. Warherg carries this load along with being adviser to a successful Girls,
League, sponsor of the Senior Class and Thespians, and adviser for this annual.
She has in the past produced more successful plays than the average dramatic
coach. She has an enviable record at speech festivals with her students from
Filer High. As this annual goes to press we need not expect less for 1949.
She is a graduate of Linfield College and a tireless student of lifeg keeping a fresh
and vibrant outlook by keeping constantly in touch with the pulse of hopeful
First Row: Lou Ann Holtzen, Dora Jeanne Stutzlnan, Mary Lutz, Carolc Braziv, llclcn Ruth
Hill, Della Ann Scott. Second Row: Gloria Crandall, jan Carclcr. -lo Brazic. Nlarjy Drake-,
Gladys Persigehl, Lula Mae Dicrkcr. Third Row: X'Villarrl Kimi-rlinu, Cloycc liclwarcls. liohcrt
Kulik, Mary Kunkel, Bcnnic Knodcl ,Eddie johnson, Dau- Lzmcasicr. .lIl'!lIlH'l'N r1l1.sc'nI: Dcan
Hurd, Eddie Brown.
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The aim of the National Thespian Dramatic Honor Society is to 'icrcatc a spirit of
active and intelligent interest in dramaticsv among high school students.
The Society, which is non-secret and non-social, is also actively interested in
furthering dramatics as an integral part of the educational process in thc high
schools of America.
In order to encourage students to continue their work in dramatics after they
become Thespians, a point system has been adopted by the local troupe. Ten
points entitle a student to membershipg a 'Thespian has carnccl twcnty pointsg
a "Thespian thirty, and an Honor Thespian' forty points.
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One of the most interesting projects of the dramatic department was a six-weeks'
study of Shakespeare. As a part of this project a model Globe Theater was con-
structed and dolls were dressed to represent characters in Hamlet and Macbeth.
The drama students were guests at a private showing of the Orson Welles picture,
Macbeth, at the Roxy theatre.
Another group of drama students journeyed to Salt Lake City to see Judith
Anderson in "Medea.', This trip was an interesting and worthwhile climax to a
six-Weeks study of the History of Drama and the early Creek Theatre.
As this annual goes to press Filer students are planning to participate in all
possible declamation events. The Norman Corwin radio play, "Odessy of Runion
hlonesf' and a fantasy, "Three Pills in a Bottlef Will be two of the major entries.
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Three things go to
make up a successful
The material, the school spirit, and the
coach. Although the coach is mentioned
last he is by no means the least import-
ant of the three. Rather, he is fully as
important as any of them, because the
best of material without good coaching
cannot do as well as average or poor
material with good coaching, and the
spirit manifested by- the team is but a
reflection of the spirit shown by the
Coach "Mack,' Flenniken has been at
Filer High only one year, but already
everyone has come to respect his ability
and leadership. The football season
ended with the Filer Wildcats at the top
of the Big Seven Conference.
"MACK" F LEN N IKEN, COACH
Although the VVildcat hoopsters did not win all their games, the fact that the
team kept its fighting spirit throughout the season shows that Coach "Mack,'
knows his business and that we can hope for a splendid team next season.
F lenniken played football under Bo McMillin at Centenary College, Shreveport, Louisiana in 1924 and
also under him at Geneva College for three years. While he was at Geneva, they defeated Harvard
and Boston College. He received honorable mention as fullback on the Associated Press All-American
team in 1927. He graduated from Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas. He played pro-
fessional football in 1930-31 with the Chicago Cardinals and the New York Giants. He was head
coach at Arlington Heights High School, Fort Worth, Texas, eight years before entering the service.
He served Eve years in the Army Air Force.
Everyone has expressed extreme satisfaction over the way "Mack" has handled
the athletic department during the past year and expects great things from him
in seasons to come.
Standing Curt Wilkins Bill Blass Barry Flenniken, Eddie johnson. Kneeling: Howard Mills,
Lx trctt Andrews Dale Jasper Warren Hart, Fred Hainline, Dave Lancaster, Gary Bean.
They say that dynamite comes in small packages and
that is the best description we can give for "Mack,'
F lenniken's little handiman, Gene Hull.
After attending three colleges and completing four
years in the service, Gene is back in school again, this
time as a teacher.
Gene's uhustlingv teams are among the best. He pro-
duced a winning football team with hardly enough
boys to make even one team. He also built one of the
"hottest" junior varsity teams in the Big Seven Gon-
of the finest His ever cheerful person
1l1ty has helped m my tunes when the
morale was low
it We here give him credit for being one
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Much preparation went into the next weekis Work for the
Jerome Tigers who held Hrst place in the standings. This
was to be F iler's real test, and the Wildcats showed their
stuff that night on October 8 by playing probably their best
game of the season and winning a decisive 25-0 victory.
The Wildcats took a week off and then on October 23 they
traveled to Ely, Nevada to mark up their fifth straight
victory over a strong White Pine team by a score of 13-0.
The FILER GIANT KILLERS moved to Preston the next
Week to add still another victory to their list by downing
the Preston boys 14-12.
The VVildcats gave their loyal followers a real scare Novem-
ber 5, but brought home a 15-13 victory over the Burley
Bobcats and a Big Seven Championship.
The Filer Wildcats with their new coach took to the field for the Hrst time on
August 20, to prepare for their opening game with the Buhl Indians September 10.
The Wildcats fell before a strong Buhl team, 19-6 in its opener.
On the next Friday, September 17, the Wildcats came back strong and rolled over
Rupert, 39-16. Gooding was next on the list and Filer never blinked an eye as
they marched to a 39-13 victory over the Senators. October 1 proved to be an
unlucky day for the Oakley Hornets as the Wildcats showed no mercy in their
Buhl ........ 19
Rupert .... 16
"We' re proud of
31 Oakley ....
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Preston . 12 you: teorn'
Burley ,,,, 13
25 Kimberly .. 0
7 Boise ...... 18
The last two games were evenly divided with the
Wildcats downing Kimberly 25-0, and losing to the
Boise Braves 7-18.
The Wildcats lose Bill Blass, Cary Bean, Elmer
Lampe, Warren Hart, Fred Hainline, Dale jasper,
Dave Lancaster, Marvin Ulrich, Howard Mills, Curtis
Wilkins, Barry Flenniken, Eddie johnson, Everett
Andrews, and Wesley Anderson this year.
Returning lettermen are Eddie Allison, Cary Allison
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F iler's basketball season could not be classified as a
successful one, but with a new coach and a new system
they showed improvement as the season went along.
A definite program has been installed to build basket-
ball at Filer and in the next few years Filer should
win her share of victories. There are some very fine
prospects coming along in Eddie Allison, Gary Allison,
Myrl Schroeder, Don VVilliamson, Byron Thomas,
Eddie Brown, Duane Sharp, Albert Larsen, Evan
Fullmer, and Larry Creasey, all from the Junior
Varsity. With Bob Rayborn and Keith F ullmer back
from this year's team we are expecting great things
from the team next year.
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39 Filer 35 .......
Burley 66 Filer 32
Buhl 61 Filer 31
Gooding 32 Filer 37
Rupert 53 Filer 33
Twin Falls 33 Filer 35
. Oakley 46
. Jerome 36
. Jerome 34
. Oakley 46
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Kneeling: Dale Childers, Don Williamson ffl, Eddie Allison Cglg Byron Thomas Cgjg Dale
Bringhamg Duane Sharp ffl, Jerry Dunlap Qingrj. Standing: Coach Hullg Evan Fulliner Cglg
Larry Creasey fel, Myrl Schroeder fel, Gary Allison Cgjg Albert Larsen Cglg Lee
The record of Gene Hull's hustling little junior Varsity is one of which the whole school can be proud.
The freshmen and sophomores of the present junior Varsity will be the Varsity of the next two years,
and from present indications we have every reason to believe that we have a running start toward a
good Varsity basketball squad for next year . The punishment they have taken from this year's Varsity
in practice has gone a long way toward developing their basketball ability.
As this annual goes to press plans are being made for the Junior Varsity Tournament to be held in the
Filer gym March 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
SCOREBOARD 4-as me
3 Ian. Twin Falls 23
5 Ian. Murtaugh 14
7 jan. Burley 34
11 jan. Buhl 28
14 jan. Gooding 31
18 jan. Rupert 57
20 Ian. Twin Falls 36
27 jan. Oakley 44
2 Feb. ,49 Gooding 24
4 Feb Burley 44
19 Feb Jerome 23
22 Feb Buhl 21
23 Feb Jerome 34
, 25 Feb Ookley 47
gadedaf PREDICTIONS FOR '49
As the Annual goes to press the District baseball schedule has not been made but
looking over the prospects of this year it looks as if Filer will have a very strong
team and definitely be a championship contender. There are a few spots on the
team that are wide open for the new boys, mainly left and right field, and the
catching. Bill Warberg will be a strong contender for catching assignment and if
he comes through satisfactorily Filer will have a team that will be hard to beat.
The main candidates for other positions will be Theron Brown who should be
our starting pitcher if he can develop a little more speed because he has plenty
of stuff on the ball, and Dale Bringham, a holdover from last yearis team, who
should be greatly improved this year. Lawrence Holler, another letterrnan, will
be back as a pitcher. Howard Mills should hold down the first base assignment
and may see quite a bit of pitching duties. Gary Allison, returning letterman,
will be converted over from a catcher to second base which should strengthen
that position. Eddie Allison, a promising Freshman, is expected to play a lot
of shortstop this year. Barry F lenniken, letterman from Jerome, should divide
his duties at third base and pitching. Keith F ullmer, letterman from Hollister,
will probably alternate with F lenniken at the third base and pitching assignments.
Gary Bean, letterman, and a power at the bat will officially hold down the center
field position. Other lettermen and freshmen who will be battling for the outfield
berths and the strengthening of other positions will be Bob Rayborn, Jerry
Williamson, Don Williamson, Charles Allen, Bob Allen, Ray Neale, Merlin Neale,
Elmer Lampe, Warren Hart, Lester Peterson, Dale jasper, Bill Blass, Pat Patter-
son, Wesley Anderson, Marvin Ulrich, Gene Shitfler and jerry Dunlap.
KcMACK,, F LENNIKEN
Standing: "Mack" Flennikcn, Norma VVilliamson, jan Martin, Jan Cardcr, Elaine Richmond,
Mary Jasper, Marlene Montgomery, june llenstock, Jeanne Taylor, Sybil Vcrhurg, Loyeda
Marler, Anna Marie Hess, Gene Hull. Seated: Vivian Lancaster, Gloria Crandall, Betty Moore,
Patty Sehnjtker, Christine Moore, Maxine Finney, Gloria Sackett.
In keeping with a state-wide program to encourage and develop physical fitness,
gym classes are offered for girls as Well as boys and all students are required to
Shown above is one of thelgirls' gym classes with Coaches Flenniken and Hull.
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. . . to the Commercial Department and Mrs. Wilder
for setting up the advertising section.
. . . to our sponsor, Mrs. Warberg, for the advice and
. . to the Mountain States Bindery for covers and
everyone who has helped in any way, "Thanks
MARJY DRAKE, Editor
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Businesses TWIN FALLS, IDAHO Casualty
F. B I Robert Lee Sales Co.
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Appliances - Air Conditioning
Real Estate K7 Insurance 420 Maln S0llth Phone 159-W
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Plumblng and Heating
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Twin Falls Idaho Haft Schaffnel' 32
Idaho Theater Marx Clothes
The House of
TWIN FAI LS 135 Main Ave East
Idaho Quallty TWIN FALLS
Diamond Hardware Claude Brown Music Co
SPAULDING Sportlng Goods
For a Complete Selection of
Ina Popular and Classical Records
TWIN FALLS TWIN FALLS IDAHO
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ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE
238 Main North
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"Best Wishes to the Students of
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Member Federal Deposit
AWNINGS the Best Place to
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Foss Mfg Co IDAHO
Garth Kirkman Prop
General Auto and Tractor
Twm Falls Floral Co
For Fine Flowers
Tum Falls 155 Main West
SWlft SK Company
Mllk Poultry Eggs
Twm Falls Idaho
Buhl Feed 8: Ice Company
Beans Grams Seeds
Buhl Idaho Phone 144
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Appliances, Heating, Refrigeration
PHONE 809 TWIN FALLS
ALEXANDER'S J. E. White Agency
Men's and Young Men's Insurance
, Real Estate
138 Main South Twin Falls Main Ave. East Twin Falls
Twin Fcills' Exclusive Shoe Store
FOOTWEAR EOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
FOR SURE INSURANCE SEE
Clos Book Store
Books, Stationery, Office Supplies M.
Gift Goods 236 Main North
121 Main Ave. West t
PHONE 254 TWIN FALLS "Farmers Insurancev
"ONLY the FINEST" for the FINE
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Josephson Lloyd Jewelry Co
Orpheum Theatre Blllldlllg Twln Falls
Wllls Motor Company
Parts 81 Guaranteed
Accessones NASH Soles 84 Servnce Used Cars
TWIN FALLS IDAHO
Makes a Good Student
Opposlte P O Twln Falls
Bxcycles and Accessones
451 Mann Avenue
TWIN FALLS IDAHO
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TWIN FALLS IDAHO
Boys and Glrls, Mgvgy S, Inc
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137 Third Ave West
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Verle Moser and Wm. E. Garnett
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Where Quality is a Watch Word
not a Byword
Food Store We make our own cake and soft ice-cream
143 Shoshone North Twin Falls Twin Falls
WILLIAMS TRACTOR CO.
Full line J. I. Case Machinery and Repairs
HARLEY WILLIAMS, Owner
PHONE 470 TWIN FALLS
The FRIGIDAIRE TRI-STATE
Sawtooth Soles - Service LUMBER CO.
COIIIPHHY cam Servzl it, We "Helpful Service"
M. M 1. WOM F1 it' LUMBER, HARDWARE
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Farm Maghinery Rl C o WALLBOARDS
ISCF' 3111 LIME, PLASTER
Twin Falls Appliances CEMENT
Idaho TWIN FALLS Phone 29 Filer
WHITE MQRTUARY Howard Tractor Co.
The Chapel by the Park
HUGH PHILLIPS 136 4th Ave. E.
ELLA M. WHITE TWIN FALLS
ALLIS-CHALMERS TRACTORS 8L
New Idea Farm Equipment
Fox Hay Cutters
121 Third Avenue West
P. O. Box 707
TWIN FALLS, IDAHO
Coal - Transfer - Storage
, 138 4th Ave. South
O11 Furnaces PHONE 246 TWIN FALLS
Brizee Metal Works
Torrid Zone Self Manufacturing Co.
SPECIAL FARM EQUIPMENT
Phone 10 Twin Falls Twin Fans
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Ralph's Auto 8: Equipment Co. Dine,a-mite Cafe
For Kaiser and Frazer Cars t
1 Malts - Shakes - Dinners - Short Orders
Martin 8a Vicker'S Garage Second best Chili in town
For Complete Auto Service ARTHUR E. WHITE
R. L. Pielstick Fllaf Vaflaty
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Fred s Coffee Shop
Gore Motor Company
Everythmg complete for your car
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305 Shoshone South
TWIN FALLS IDAHO
Jordon s Servlee
One of Fller s Most Modern Stores
Fresh Meats Vegetables
Gas Oll Hardware
Phone 65 J3
Southwest Corner of Fller
Joe Taylor Service
Gas and O11
Johnson's Shell Service
Gas cmd Oil
Modern Drug Shop
We Full Prescrzptzons
SCHOOL SUPPLIES MAGAZINES
FOUNTAIN SERVICE STATIONERY
Does So Much and
Costs So L1tt1e
Featurmg PHONE 79
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The Frlend Car Washing and Polishing
of the SCIIOOI Greasing
FILER, IDAHO PHONE 108-J3 KEN THURMAN
NEAUS 66 SERVICE
Gas Oil Fuel Oil Furnace Oil
PHONE 183 FILER, IDAHO
ACME MACHINE SHOP SUNNY CHIX Hatchery
BILL HERRET Prop
Quality Chicks Always
Phone 43 FILER, IDAHO FILER, IDAHO
ANDERSON 81 MOLSEE
Standard Welding and Repair
BANK LREDIT is the BEST CREDIT
When in Need of a Loan
See Us First
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Warehouse Assoc Inc
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Beans Grains Pop Corn Fertilizers
Seed Beans Seed Peas
For Friendly Service
Phone Off ce 125
Child s Resldence 60
Don Albin s Resldence 67 J7
F ILER ELEVATOR
Grain Beans Coals Ranchway Feeds
Phones 38 and 25
POLSON and RAMSEY
PHONE 117 FILER, IDAHO
Seed Growers, Inc. Bean 81 Elevator Co.
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ASGROW SEEDS Cgql Wood
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PHONE 55 Bean Buyers - Custom Cleaning
Filer, Idaho PHONE 233
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General Repair Electrical Appliances
WORK GUARANTEED Furniture
Phone 131 Filer Phone 134
LEE AND LEEPER-Barber Shop
"The Best in Town"
Everything in Hardware W01-1-EY SERVICE
F,-igidaire Appliances Groceries -- Ice Cream -- Candy
Befmetfs Paints BEER -- STANDARD CAS AND o1L
Farm 81 Machinery Lubricants
FILER PHONE 252-I8
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First Federal Savings
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Put Your Idle Funds to Work
219 Shoshone St. North
TWIN FALLS, IDAHO
Mountain States Imp. Co.
Planters and Sprayers
Milkers - Separators
Modern Furniture for Modern Living
Musgrave's Mdse. Mart
for the Ladies
Village of Opportunity at
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Fairbanks Morse Pumps
Est. 1893 as R Sz G Jewelers
"The House of Diamonds"
Twin Falls Phone 485 TWiIl Falls JCPOIIIC
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