Filer High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Filer, ID)

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Owen Cole Mike Tegan GLEN BAIRD Shop, 8th G r a d e Math PEARL BUCHANAN English 1 and 2 TED GLASSINGER Physics, Geometry, Algebra, 1 and 2 BARBARA GAUMER Speech, Girls' P.E., Advanced P.E. RUSSELL HALL Chemistry Jf 024321 I. GEORGE HELLEWELL U. S. History, U. S. Government ff f! C 0 JOE HOPPER Agriculture, 1, 2, 3, and 4 0 GENE HULL Economics, Algebra ELEANOR JOSLYN English 3 and , Journalism fs - 4 7140-J J ua W A alfa W, L LJJVeiJ f' WAYNE KIOUS Arts and Crafts: Me- chanical Drawingg 8th Grade U.S. His- toryy Guidance and World Geography WANDA LACKEY Home Economics 1, , 3, 4 112: tkfl' H cf 41-1" lffh IYLAJJV, 4'..,k,f ".f'6-4,J.?,AfX!c'f1f' , , 41 '1 ,V X. 4 fe V fc J ja-lltld ,Mf'f'f'f f if BOYD PARRISH Biology, General Sci- ence QWWM, fl A. J. REICHERS Bookkeeping, Typing i and 2, Shorthand I ELIZABETH ROWLAND Study Hall RAYMOND SARAS Assistant Coach, Boys P.E.g Advanced Math Wit JOE LLIS Bandg Chorusg Bus- iness Math l M Mrs. Mary Ellen Hardesty Mrs. Ruthe Abel Mrs. Daught Widner O of 00 11 5 Oo Mr. Vernon Herd Mr. Wayne Creasey Mr. John Clark 1005 40 A ,.., , Q X fl 4- ivy:-4 .QQ 91210113 8 ' 4 Nl uve Ill III XIII nga .IC M 'S ... 5: 1 'M- ini '4' ' 543+ .fx , si y 'V . fl - ,su 'pf QA, , V' - -, 4 ,lil-H!"-"X, 'fvf,q-'ggi fs- A 1 L.-Q ,A I", , I gal" W., - ' . - " -f ' , we ff 84" :, v, . , i X A M ig ,-7, ,' 1 Stqv!-an Prueft, Sergeant-af-Armsg Bull Hall, Treasurerg Carrol Mawheweswm gi 1 , I ' i Q A , A Af 'J ,5Presidepf5 Rqge Dierkes, Sergeant-at-Armsf Connie Cole, 'fgfporgrg . XX G Y 4, , 1-'. xvirginia fXh1bitrose,Secreta3ryf Mgriiyf-f12Qi1Q,1 YicggPfesidQnf. 2 we , ' ' W .Vw 'Off QJOQI ' ' 1. A W Q 395.gif M Q' L " flux X il -..Lie 3 ilk 'is VIRGINIA LEE AMBROZ "Tootie" "The fairest golden in her looks and' in her mind the wisest books." Girls' League 3, 4, Chorus 3, Pep Club 4, lntermural Sports 4, Paper Staff 3, Office 4, Madison High School I, 2. 1 JEANETTE BRANN "Nettie" "Good humor only teaches charm to last, still makes new conquest and maintains the past." Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 4, PCP Club 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Sports Inter- mural, Paper Staff 4, Office 3, Dramatics 2, 3, 4. EDDIE BAKER llEdll "He's like a little boy, crazy 'bout good jokes. But he's really proud of being a senior folks." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4, Dramatics 3, FFA State Con- vention 3. LONNIE BREW "Lon" "When you do dance, I wish that you might do nothing but that." Boys' League I, 3, 4, "F" Club 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, JV Basketball 4, lntermural Basketball 3, Hobbs High School 2. JUDY LYNN BLAKLEY njuden "The sweetest garland to the sweetest maid." Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, Chorus 2, Thespians 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Pep Club l, 2, 4, lntermural Sports 3, 4, Paper Staff 2, 3, Dramatics 3, 4, Twirler 2, 3, 4. FLOYD BRODINE "Very bashful, as I am told, so nice a boy should be more bold." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Foot- ball I, ROBERT BROWN "sob" "True life lies in laughter, love, and sports." Boys' League l, 2, 3, 4, "F" Club l 2 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2 Golf 3, Student Council 2, Class Presi- rlent 2, MARGEREY ELAlNE CROUSE "Midgie" Sirls' League 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, Chorus 2 lhespians 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council Secretary l, Twirler 2, Jramatics 2, 3, Declamation Contest 3. CONNIE COLE "Constance" "Friendly, smart, loyal, true-the best in every way." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Rep- resentative l, FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2 Part 4, Chorus 2, Annual Staff 3, 4, lnter- mural Sports l, 3, 4, Student Council Treasurer l, Paper Staff 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Homecoming Attendant 4, Class Vice President 3, Class Reporter 4, Dramatics l, 2, 3, 4, Speech 3, Office 4. ROSE MARIE DIERKES "Rosie" "A combination of nonsense and humor." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Office l. BETTY LOU COX nBaTsu "What hath l done that thou darest wag thy tongue so rude against me." Girls' League 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Recrea- tion Chairman 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band Clinic 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4, Pep Club l, lntermural Sports 3, 4. BILL ELIOTT HOXH "Not afraid of work but not in sympathy." Boys' League l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Class Sergeant-at-Arms l, 3. SHARON ELLSWORTH "Speedy" "She is iolly good natured and true." Girls' League 3, 4, Chorus 4, Music Clinic 4, lntermural Sports 3, Kimberly High School 1, 2, Speech 4. 1' CECIL FULLMER "Sas" "A woman is only a woman, but a good pipe is a smoke." Boys' League 2, 3, 4, Football 2. ROSALIE JOAN ERICSON "Rosy" "To love and be loved is the greatest happiness of existence." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Chorus 2, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, Girls' State 4, Speech 3. DEANN GARTNER "Always be true to the best that is in you." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Historian 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Pep Cl'ub 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Inter- mural Sports 3, 4, Dramatic 4. l',4.44Cf FAYE FOUTS "Tommy" "Not too quiet to be boring not too loud to be annoying." Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, Chorus 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Paper Staff 3, Office 4, Library 4, Intermural Sports 3, 4, Junior High Maiorette 1, Music Clinic 3. JOYCE GARTNER "Josie" "She who sows courtesy, reaps friend- ship, She who plants kindness gathers love." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, Library 4, GERALD MARTIN GROSSHANS "Preacher" "Science is one great art of conversa- tion." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Music Clinic 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Pep Club I, 2, Library 2. JAMES HASCH "Big Tex" "He seems quiet and pre-occuppied, but watch out He's fooling you." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, 2. BILL HALL "Humor is the harmony of the heart." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, FFA l, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l, Student Council 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4, Music Clinic 2, 3. WAYNE HASH "Beware! I may yet do something sensa- tional." Boys' League 1, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, Pep Band I, JV Basketball 1. LARRY HARVEY "Flash" "A great man is he whose goodness IS a part of him." Boys' League l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Music Clinic 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4 Band I, 2, Pep Band l, 2, Key Club 2 4, Pep Club I, Governor Utah-Idaho Dis trict 4, Lt. Governor 3, Boys' State 3, Stu dent Council 1, 4. SALLY RAE HAUSER URUSWH "Style is the dress of thoughts." Girls' League l, 2, 3. 4: FHA 2, 3: Cl'l0FUS I, 2, Pep Club I Class Treasurer 2. , 2, 3, 4, Treasure DEE HEPWORTH True worth is being and not seeming." Boys' League 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3. DONYA MAE JONES "Jorisey" "A pleasant smile makes life worthwhile." Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, President 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Homecoming Queen 4, Student Council 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, Pep Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Pres- ident 4, Cheerleader l, 2. LA MAR HOSKIN "Smoky Bear" "Casanova at his best." Chorus 2, 3, Pep Club 'l, "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Football i, 2, 3, Student Council 4. RONALD JORDAN "Jordan" "A swell kid is above all rank." Boys' League 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, PBI 1, 2. CH ESTER HOYT "Chuck" ' "Fields are won by those who believe in winning." Boys' League 2, 3, 4. DEAN KOHNTOPP "Deacon" "A good natured, pleasant, excellent boy." Chorus 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Parliamen- tarian 3, 4, lntermural Sports 3, Student Council 3, 4, Student Body President 4, Boys' League 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Class Pres- ident 3, Boys' State 3. BOB LANCASTER "Revrand" "Happy am l, from care l'm tree. Why aren't they all contented as me?" Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3, Band I, 2, Pep Band I, 2, Student Council 4, Class Treasurer I, Class Part. 4. SHARON LANDRETH "Earnest and sincere in all endeavors." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4, Annual 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Paper Staff 2. PATRICIA ANN LANCASTER npatu l'Manners are more expressive than words." Girls' League 'l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Annual Staff 4, Student Council 4, Library 4, Speech 4, Paper Staff 4, Intermural Sports 4. LYLE LIERMAN "Politeness goes far-yet costs nothing." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4. MARTIN JOHN LANDHOLM "John" "A good fellow, a staunch friend-What more could be said of anyone." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Football I, Baskets ball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. MIKE MACAW "A bundle of pen and fun." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, Music Festival I, Pep Band I, Pep Club I, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Second Vice President 2, First Vice President 3, President 4, "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Football I, Class Vice Pres- ident 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. CARROL MATTHEWS iicorkyir "He lives in his thoughts and dreams." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, President 4, "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Class President 4. WANDA NORRIS "Nan" It is tranquil people who accomplish 1uch." Girls' League I, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY MCGREGOR "Mac" "Humor is the harmony of the heart." Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Represen- tative 3, Thespians 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4, Pep Club I, Intermural Sports 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Band Clinic 4, Band Vice President 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Music Festival I, 3, Speech Festvial 3. DELORES PEEKE "Small folks seem fo fill space that no others can replace." Girls' League I, 2, 3, Chorus I. GARY MILLER "Good actions carry their warrentf' Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4, FFA I, 2: RS- porter 2, Chorus 3, Music Clinic 3, An- nual Sfaff 3, 4, "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Class Re- porter 3. STEVEN PR UETT "Steve" 'lm IVBPPY as I can be for I never trouble, 'til trouble troubles me." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM ROSENBAUM "Willie" "lt's not that you won or lost but how you played the game," Boys' League l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN ANNE RUHTER "Piggy" "I was born to giggle and giggle I must." Girls' League 'I, 2, 3, 4, Class Represen- tative 4, Chorus 2, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Li- brarian 3, Secretary 4, lntermural Sports 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Dramatics 3, Paper Staff 4, Office 4, Music Festival l, 3, Speech Festival 2, 3, MARILYN SMITH "Smitty" "Lively and changeable like flame in the wind." Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, Music Clinic l, Music Festival l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Assistant Business Man- ager 4, Twirler 2, Class Vice President 4, lntermural Sports 2, 3, 4. DON SMITH "Few words but to effect." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4: FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4. JUNE SCHMIDT "Prune" "Quickly, lively, happy, and gay, a smile for all who come her way." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Re- porter 4, Chorus 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intermural Sports 3, 4, Paper Staff 2, 4. PAUL TAYLOR "A pound of pluck is worrh a pound of luck." Boys' League 1, 2, 4. EVELYN LOREE TILSON "Tillie" "A peppy miss with loads to spare, the kind that's loved unaware." Sirls' League l, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, Chorus 3, Thespians 3, 4, Sports-lntermural sports I, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Library 4, Jffige 4, GARY TURNER "Mary Journer" "Let the world rush on, I will take my time and ease." Boys' League 1, 2, '3, 4: FFA li 2: Key Club 3, 4, Baseball I, Basketball I, 2, Intermural Sports 3. DELBERT TIPTON mp., "Oh women, women, come-and welcome, welcome!" Boys' League 'l, 2, 3, 4, FEA l, 2, "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Sports Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, JV Basketball l, 2, JV Baseball l. DALE TURNIPSEED HD' -I-.H "No surer of sunshine than of him." Boys' League 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Basket- ball 2. KAREN JACQUELINE TUCKER HCUVIYU "A smile is a whisper of a laugh." Girls' League l, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4 Songleader 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Pep Club l 2, 3, 4, Sports lnterrnural sports 3, 4 Paper Staff 4, Office 4, Chorus Clinic 3 Drama 2, 3. 7 e' F . JOHN URIE "Johnny" "A good nalured, pleasant, boy." Boys' League l, 2, 3, 4, Speech 2, 3 Sports, Football 1, 2. LARRY WHITE "He speaketh not, and yet there lies a conversation in his eyes." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4i FFA I, 2, 3, 4- ' s RICHARD J. WILLIAMS "Dick" "A little man can cast a great shadow." Boys' League I, 2,,3, 4, FFA I, 2, 3, 4, District Sentinel 3, Thespians 2, 3. enzbr Wufoyralo 5 GENE WILLIAMSON 1'He has a great big heart, worlds of sense, and just a tiny little devil." Boys' League I, 2, 3, 4. L C3 GLSJ Jrop ecy Twinkle, twinkle, little star. How far above the earth we are. Like a diamond in the Sky, We look down on graduates of Filer High. ln this year of sixty-seven, We call the roll of fifty-seven. We see Carrol Matthews, he was the president. He's still a leader, lOf the Matthews' residencei. There's Marilyn Smith, she was our Vice. She chose teaching English as her living device. The Bank needs employees, our Virginia A. is the one. As class secretary she was the best under the sun. Bill Hall was our treasurer and he used to dig ditches. Now he is smothered in vast wealth and riches. A cheerleader's in sight. Rosalie Ericson's her name. Her life-long partner, Martin, is equal in fame. He was a basketball star, along with our William. Rosenbaum and Dandholm are the makers of mil- lions. Judy Blakley was our head maiorette, Now she's a nurse and a good one you bet. Oh! There's Jeanette B. lShe used to give kisses.i She once was a Miss, but now she's a Mrs. As an attorney's secretary our Patty L. rates high. A boy from a rival school used to make her sigh. Don Smith and Eddie Baker were pals while in school. Now they're herding sheep and living by the Golden Rule? Now to change the scene to Las Vegas, Nevada. We find Sharon Landreth and her three girl saga. This is a dance composed of all girls. Karen T., Midgie C., and Betty Lou do the whirls. While in Las Vegas, we had our hair curled. Rose Marie D., Wanda N., and Joyce G. could have fixed the world. We decided to try our luck at gambling, We ran into Bob Lancaster who the same way was rambling. We walked into the casino and much to our sur- prise. We heard Ronald Jordan singing and right before our eyes, Was a Western Band made up ot some of our old classmates. Floyd B., Lyle L., and Bob, B. playing l"Swinging Through The Pearly Gates"J We'll stop at Chicago a little while, There's Shirley McGregor to give us a smile. She and Marilyn Ruhter, and Evelyn T. too, Have a fashionable dress shop to serve you. The U.S. Steel has some new execs. They're Larry H. and Dean K., our intellects. Lonnie Brew and Bill Elliott are doing fine, They're operating a fake uranium mine. Prominent stockholders in it are some people we know. Wayne Hash and Gene Williamson own the maiority or so. Curly-haired La Mar H., with his butler Dee. H. Are busy rehearsing his lines so we see. He's starring in the movie now playing, ln Gerald Grosshans Theater where curtains are swaying. Nola Fouts is an usher and Dolores P. sells Pop- corn. Dick W. takes tickets and Larry W. cleans up in the morn. Chicago fades out and we spy on an island. Jamaica's it name, all water, and sand. Where we found Dale Turnipseed's name known the world over. "Turnipseed's Kettle" is a place for the rover. The main dancer in the floorshow, put on while you eat. ls sweet Sally Hauser, who can shake to the beat. On Jamaica, far inland, Deann Gartner is head cook at a ranch. Could it be Delbert T.'s and Gary T.'s by any chance. When the sun comes up and lights the shore. James Hasch and Paul Taylor are hunting seashells galore. We've gone around the world and we're back to the United States. We see June S. and Sharon E. busy washing plates. Their children must eat and get lots of rest. They know that their mommies are the best in the West. John Urie, Steven Pruett, Chester H. and Cecil Are now working hard on big trucks, known as diesels. They're some of the best drivers, on the road today. Their lives are full of work and not much play. Mike Macaw and Gary Miller went to college to get a degree. Now they're working hard engineering electricity. We've almost done, wait, We've left out two. They're a cuple of girls, that look so blue. They're undecided about what the future will bring. Will it be nursing, modeling, flying, or a wedding ring? They'll take a chance about their happiness. By the way, we're Donya J. and Connie C., that's us. Ufass ffl We, the Class of 1957, being of sound mind and memory, do make, ordain, publish and declare this to be our last will and testament. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN We, Virginia Ambroz and Nola Fouts, do will and bequeath to save future dances for Mr. Ostyn. Cin hopes he keeps his promise.J I, Eddie Baker, do will and bequeath my ability to livin up the school dances to anyone who thinks they can get away with it. I, Judy Blakley, do will and bequeath my ability to twirl to Jo Edwards in hopes she does better than I did. I, Jeanette Brann, do will and bequeath my ability to get A's in typing and not work for them to Chink. I, Lonnie Brew, do will and bequeath my ability to sleep in classes, to anyone who goes to bed in the wee hours of the morning. I, Floyd Brodine, do will and bequeath my ability not to go steady to Gary Grindstaff. I, Robert Brown, do leave without leaving any- thing to anybody. I, Connie Cole, do will and bequeath my ability to laugh during government class to Nancy Sackett, because it's fun. I, Betty Lou Cox, do will and bequeath my "gift of gab" to Rita Crawford in hopes that she has as much fun as I have had. I, Midgie Crouse do will and bequeath my home- making ability to anyone who can use it more than I. I, Rose Marie Dierkies, do will and bequeath all my books and school spirit to Beatrice Durham. I, Bill Elliot, do will and bequeath my nickname to Dallas Fife and Dick McChristian. I, Sharon Ellsworth, leave without a word. I, Rosalie Ericson, do will and bequeath my ability to stay in study hall to anyone who wants it. I, Cecil Fullmer, do will and bequeath my locker to John Henstock for the future. We, Deann Gartner and June Schmidt, do will and bequeath our friendship to our sisters, Bonnie and Doris. I, Joyce Gartner leave in hopes I get a diploma signed by Mr. Ostyn. I, Gerald Grosshans, being of a sound mind and body do will and bequeath to Bob Engle, the position of movie proiectionist in hopes that he gets out of class and into as much trouble as I have done. I, Bill Hall, do will and bequeath my ability to keep my class ring to J. Neil Davis. I, Wayne Hash, do will and bequeath my ability to go to school only one-half a day to Ronnie Garey. I, Sally Hauser, do will and bequeath my red hair to Norma Neale in hopes she won't use a rinse on it. I, Dee Hepworth, leave without willing nothing to nobody. I, La Mar Hoskin do will and bequeath my ability to get away with anything in study hall to Bob Engle. l, Chester Hoyt, do will and bequeath my ability to be less one dollar when I need it to the school. I, Donya Jones, do will and bequeath my ability to gain weight to Karen Theener. Ronald Jordan, do will and bequeath my ability not to get caught to Jim Kistler. Dean Kohntopp, do will and bequeath my ability to get good grades from all my teachers to my pet peeve, Steve Kohntopp. Bob Lancaster, do will and bequeath my flirt- ing ability to David McKibbon. Pat Lancaster, do will and bequeath all my worries and headaches of my office to Maureen Klaas. Martin Landholm, do will and bequeath my ability to graduate to anyone who is lucky enough to make it. Sharon Landreth, do will and beqeath my ability to draw the cover of the Annual to Roberta Maughan. Lyle Lierman, do will and bequeath my place behind the camera to J. C. Mills. Mike Macaw, do will and bequeath my ability to stay single to Steve Thurman, Ronnie Pierce, and Larry Lammers. Carrol Matthews, do will my ability to get along with Mrs. Rowland to Don Walden. Shirley McGregor, do will and bequeath my ability to try to play the cornet to Victor Thomas and Dick McChristian. Gary Miller, do will and bequeath my ability to stay away from girls to anyone who thinks they can use this ability better than I did. Wanda Norris, leave all of my school spirit and dilapidated books to Vennisha Peeke. Dolores Peeke, do will and bequeath all my good works to the following grades and wish them the best of luck in the future. Steven Pruett, do will my ability to keep quiet to Ike Gilbert. I, William Rosenbaum, leave without a word. I, Marilyn Ruhter, do will and bequeath all my cheating papers to anyone who thinks they'lI need them. I, Evelyn Tilson, do will and bequeath my position as a substitute teacher to Mr. Saras' fifth period math class to any future office girls who think they can keep them quieter than I did. I, Marilyn Smith, do will and bequeath my freckles to David Lutes. What Don Smith wills, only Don knows. I Delbert Tipton, do will and bequeath my six- I foot frame to Dallas Fife in hopes he makes better use of it than I did. I, Karen Tucker, do will and bequeath my broken down ballerinas to Joanne Leonard in hopes she makes a better office girl than I did. I Gary Turner, do will and bequeath my ability I to eat lots and stay slim to Russell Sheridan. I Dale Turnipseed, do will and bequeath my ability to not to go out with a girl to Norval Scott in hopes that he will make better use of it than I. I I, John Urie, do will and bequeath my locker to under-classmen that can get more use out of it than 'I did. I, Larry White, do will and bequeath my ability to get along with all the teachers and principal to anyone who needs it. l Dick Williams, do will and bequeath my ability I to get along with my teachers to John Kaster. l, Gene Williamson do will and bequeath my ability to get out of school while the gettings good to Uncle Bass. CS- ,712 syyemorzdm If Qonag jjghnney Strong Son of God, immortal love, By faith, and faith alone, embrace, Believing where we cannot prove, Thine are these orbs of light and shade, Thou madest Life in man and brute, Thou madest Death, and lo, the foot ls on the skull which thou hast made. Thou wilt not leave us in the dust, Thou madest man, he knows-not why, lf He thinks he was not made to die, And thou hast macle him, thou art just. 111216119 Whom we, that have not seen thy face, -A 3 ,Hr W Jeanette Allen Val Dene Anderson Eugene Baxter Linda Brown Marlene Corle t ' ll Rita Crawford Sherry Craxlffgo Sandra Crookham Margaret Curless J. Neil Davis x JE Fred Decker Ralph DeKlotz Darell Dougherty Duane Eastman Bob Fafmef Q Dallas Fife Ronnie Gary Karen Gier LeRoy Gilbert Gary Grindsfaff 1? 6? Grant Hall Donna Hardy Leona Wilma Herd Arvesta Hodkins Sfurgill Harris L yra, Micheal Iliff Kenneth Jerre Kauffman LeRoy Kellogg Louis Kimmel Kalbfleisch Jim Kistler X' Maureen Klass Judy Kratz Charles Kraus Larry Lammers X.J ' Joanne Leanard Alberta Lierman Phyllis Love Lawrence Lundin Phyllis Lux 9? J. Dean Sharon McCauley Roberta Maughan Cleon Miller Jeanette Mills McClandless i L ful 4177! J. C. Mills -iv- Tim Neilson Z Russell Sheridan Troy Mitchell Fern Monroe Norma Neale Carol Nicholson Www! Ronnie Pierce Eldon Rayborn Nancy Norval Scott ? Y- -- -- S ,. Mary Ann Slater Jeanne Sullivan Jeanette Sullivan Karen Theener W.. ,,. a MV Carolyn Thomas Victor Thomas 'I Steve Thurman Don Walden Frank Whelan Rose Marie White Sharon Wyatt Those not shown: Wayne Crown Glen Debbon Maxine Landis Sharon Parks Lois Wallis CS?550ID0re 569113 WE TEGPKN ON President ........-4- -f--ff- K Vice President ..,f,,... - fff- EAESQSSYGEYER Secreiar ....,f.,7..7 f---- X- Treasuriy ,.,.., , .-,,Y--,f,f-- SUELAN COX Reporter ,.. ,7. NNARGARU MLEN BARBARA SHPNEFER NORNNPNN LANCASTER RS. BUCHPXNP-N OUS NN NXR. KX Senfinels ..,,. visors .,..... .,,--4-,4- 7 - 8. W' ,, ft! 6 4 , ,i A ,",9"!! Ad x- 2 m X X' W1 M G L N, A 'Q ful Marilyn Abel Donna Albin Wesley Beachell Donald Berkey Carma Brady Mildred Brault Leroy Carter J. Owen Cole Bob Engle Bonnie Gartner Larry Grosshans Dale Hoag Margaret Allen Kay Aston Eleanor Bohne Ann Braokett Glen Brock Sharon Byce Sherman Courtney Suezan Cox Verlin Gingerich Douglas Griffith John Henstock Jimmy Herrett Melvin Hine Virginia Hockett Dean Houser John Kaster Willard Kniep Marilyn Kulik Norman Lancaster Sharon Holloway Steve Holloway ldonna Kellogg Steve Kohntopp Larry Lancaster Mary Lancaster Carole Ann Landholm David Lutes Ronald Malone Becky McCauley Stanley Melton Donna Lindeman Sue Lucas Janet Matney Olift Matney Clarene Meyer Catherine Montgomery Mervin Mueller Linda Parrott Doris Reider Mary Romine Pamela Ruhter Doris Schmidt Carol Seddon Barbara Shafer George Smith Mike Tegan Roger White Sam Williams Vennisha Peeke Barbara Pubanz NOT SHOWN Eugene Anglin Ronald Berkey Rob Bonnichsen Marcellene Brunkow Paul Calton Larry Evans Bob Hasch Keith Henstock Sidney Hoyt Albert Nice Eugene Ordaz Carol Pechnick Dennis Schick Clarence Schmierer Charles Baird Carrie Debbon 111215 f My Jun' . for High Principal GCU Q R ' W- WILSON riffs 5, Seated, Xeh to right. Mrs. Wanda Lackey, Mrs. Pean Buchanan, Mrs. Mary Nehson, Mrs. Jean Carkson, and rner Standkngz Mr. RaKpn Brown BN Heaps, Mr Mrs. Barbara Gau . Mr. GXen Bakrd, Mr. R. W. Wnson, Mr. 1 ne Kious. Joe Wnhs, and Mr. Way 9th GRADE uzzzbr CSXUQQHX 2009 OFFICERS President ,..,.......,. ,..,.A.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,A,,A, G ARY MAI Vice President ,,,,..... Secretary .............A Treasurer . ....... .. HOWARD LANDIS BARBARA SMITH DICK MCCHRISTIAN Reporter ....,. .,......... N ADINE ALLEN 8th GRADE OFFICERS President ..,,.........,,......,,......,...... GEORGIA SCHWIETZER Vice President ...,...... ......,.,,.,,,,..,,,,. L ARRY MILLER Secretary ,.,.,,,,...... ..,,..,,, G AIL MONTGOMERY Treasurer .....,.... ....,..,..,..L... E DWIN JONES Reporter .,.,.,. .,,.... J UDY PATTERSON 71h GRADE OFFICERS President DALE DURHAM Vice President FREDA BRADY Secretary RONALD HEPWORTH Treasurer KATHY ANDERSON Reporter NORMA COLE President ....,,L....,... Vice President Secretary vA,e,.,...., Treasurer .,...,,., Reporter ....e,e...... 9th President 8th President 7th President My C GFS DICK PARROTT KENNETH LING PATTY LEONARD JIM BAKER ELAINE TEGAN GARY MAI GEORGIA SCHWIETZER DALE DURHAM Nadine Allen Lynda Aston Judy Bailey Jim Baker Gary Baxter Connie Bishop Alfred Bolish Jean Brackett Joan Brackett Jim Brady Karen Brazie Phyllis Brennen Carolyn Brew Lorine Byrd LaVonnie Clay Dean Davis Richard DeVall Beatrice Durham Clara Jo Edwards Judy Ellsworth Midgie Fisher Dennis Flora Don Fouts Daniel Gihring Mary Beth Gingerich John Gordon Della Mae Hardy Sharon Hardesty Clair Holloway Opal Hoyt Tommy Hunt Jeanette Huntinghouse Betty lhler Sharon Lammers Howard Landis Dale Landreth Gracie Leonard Patty Leonard Dale Leirman Don Leirman Eileene Leirman Kenneth Ling John McCandless Dick McChristian Ruby McMurdie Gary Mai Carolyn Marrs Charles Matthews ,qv Not Shown Gary Adams Jimmy Black Norene Boyer Bruce Bristol Chistene Bryd Georgia Courtnay Norman Hays Sandra lngle Dennis Jackson Rex Ann Lancaster Ardean Lang Herbert Lang David McKibben Paul Montgomery Rosemarie Matlock Jackie Peterson Dick Roth Clifton Stevens Bob Vincent Velma Vivcent Charles Williams Vonza Maughan Beverly Morgan Janet Neilson Christine Norris Marilyn Parish Dick Parrot Hellen Patterson Ellis Pendegraft Don Peters Klark Remington Don Roesler Barbara Roy Judy Rugg Wayne Schmidt Bob Sherrill Barbara Smith Jim Smith Olivia Smith Carol Snyder David Sparks Larry Stansell Larry Stutzman Lena Terherst Nancy Tvrdy Jim Veatch Rex White Carol Williams Cecelia Williams you k7?ec0y1212e 1159 CSQHIOIU' . h G gg 1 am E: v ' ' 'ol , ' ' 3 -?V 1 ILL A M 5 l rd, s 0- I .I ,. ,F A, M , .K . 1 4: . my I K 1' QA' ,fn -1 ' X K - A 1 1 ' 4 5 1 1 . . 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Third row: Panela Fletcher, Merlin Fullmer, Danny Lammers, Richard Barnes, Tommy Kind, Dee Pendergraft, Lois Edwards, Linda Hawley. Fourth row: Nora Matthews, Judy Thurman, Joe Allison, Donald Vincent, Richard Kelly, Joy Rutherford, Gaylord Allen, Russell Nice. First row: Mrs. Nielson, Frieda Brady, Duane Hardesty, Wilma Cowger, Gilbert Kellogg, Walter Brennan, Larry Sturgill, Delores Shope, Rylie Moore, Robert Triplett, Ronald Kraus. Second row: Brian Harvey, Marlene Tolk, Mary Martin, Pamela Chandler, Diane Rippe, Donna Farmer, Carol Schyler, Kathy Ander- son, Sherril Hauser, Mary Henstock. Third row: Elenor Anderst, Carolyn Schenkel, Joanna Melton, Linda Bailey, Marilyn Grindstaff, Ron Bright, Roberta Lorain, Delores Bolish, Nina Rayborn. Fourth row: Alan Hohnstein, George Humphries, Valdon Nelsen, Carl Wambolt, Don McMurdie, Darrel Bolish, Shirley Moore, Larry Walden, Dale Durham. A5 '-1 9 ax E 5 My ? Sim a:P3f E4 it sf 1 ,Ni ,K ,Q Q N x Q 'ls . 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QQOQ-J ook , ,-ff M' ass Qu SX O x 1 O 1 , xx mi - ' :IWW MAX? if WW Q! 1.13: ,, 9 wgw COACHES Left to righiz Assistants, Ray Saras, Ralph Brown, Bill Heaps, and Head Coach: Paul Ostyn. 1 1 'Qf .J L9 GX '-v-Q., K X X Nw X 'N - 4 Q, , V 5 - -.' -7, . iff 'f 5 W 5 M 5. 1 'ls' bv- ff ff' f--f.. , K ' Y"-.Ny ,-,xl , nl W5 E W ti 'X 7 , -.-, Q I t ' is M , " 3 is-' v 2 -K5 Q Q W., K L N. af ISI . N Lfwg, ,. 0 3 .5 ' Q if 61 4 5 V A . gg- 's. Q- , A-1 L - im 4, 5 Q vs s a - s u . k 'Ma gg ,K WIN My ia dwg Q f Www ,riffs a we , In Q fy 7 45 f X 1 ,N g A v ' Kwlfmir , . V ik A 5 S, A 1 2 if VLVL 'S L c u H :T E- 'sf 'sf N 1 xfss-. ab if f Qi f- . f A . M 'QT gh XLLA ff ? .I . .,, K H: . . i if , Qligai Q02 0,5 Varsity Coach PAUL OSTYN Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer Filer SCORE BOARD 46 Boise AO Meridian 33 Mt. Home 33 Twin Falls 57 Montpelier 43 MT. Home 45 Malad A8 Madison 50 Jerome 57 Gooding A5 Minico 41 Oakiey 31 Buhl . 29 Burley 42 Minico 49 Gooding 36 Oakley 37 Jerome 37 Buhl 42 Burley 9 l, d7A?QvA 1 if WILLIAM MARTIN MIKE BILL ROSENBAUM LANDHOLM MACAW ELLIOTT CARROL GRANT EUGENE LARRY MATTHEWS HALL BAXTER LAMMERS RONNIE , STEVE J. NEIL. GARY PIERCE THURMAN DAVIS GRINDSTAFF .T is 'S 1 ill I 1'9" S it W, x 4 ff! I Y rrq-q 1 A j1,,f' f'f.b.. Q? Sw! .SW-' ,ii b 'wry a ' 'A' rig ig ' . TQ R iv I f Q 'V W n U ,A 1 A M H, ,, wi H11 14 2' . if ,gf , vw 5 u ,S Q mi f ff ff, P " ' if ,rf 3 V f H ,gy , . Q11 Us ix Q QQ' X -' YQ W. ly x 1 M-L 's pu, . f ,Q A QV .QM rjk 'Fig V 19:29 1212110 507 ROSALIE ERICSON MR. KIOUS .in-W ir, 3 , Feature Edit r JUDY BLAKLEY Advertising Editor DONYA JONES Art Editor SHARON LANDRETH 3 From top to bottom: Joanne Leonard, Assistant Advertising Editorg Nancy Sackett, Assistant Advertising Editor: Roberta Maughan, Assistant Art Editorp Karen Gier, Assistant Feature Editor: Phyllis Lux, Assistant Business Manager: Norma Neale, Assistant Sports Editory Karen Theener, Assistant Editory and Louis Kimmet, Assistant Photographer. 4? is ' ti Advertising Editor CONNIE COLE Business Manager PATTY LANCASTER K ir. . L Class Editor CAROL NICHOLSON Photographer Sports Editor LYLE LIERMAN GARY MILLER Bravo QLLNLCL November Sth., band clinic tryouts held at Jerome were: Betty making the First sa chair, Smor' lereona-l"l3l41'5 Marilyn Anne Ruhter ight: 5'5n Brown Write Teacher: Mr Mar secc chai 'ite Food: Steak aiaiwa Second te Color. Rr Dnvggstwwiigyfrst 'o" Chair, te Movie: Major Bensonu , , S010 C None 'EFL if lg Efgg -tenth cha lal Inter: Ca ,eitt S1l.tern.fw.t MRTISZIYN Cl'100l. i snare drm.. ' what have you pely that Mi-lrqvmh 1 "" 'n+"'tWpani' was the mol .Correspondence-:Snel:rerarY Confet- CONTQOQOLE first alter. ti at the Q UNDA BROWN The dun-, vUn,,vJHga1S,njl bg Unwnion of QLLLQ going steady: held at Gooding November 16-17 think it' S 3 Very good -boncert will be held the ni 17th, xxxwvsrmxxiaaxaxsmsaewav orth Nav em lo fe 0' NLPSQ ' Carol rck ad chic Z4 tinge. Sueza tchitq Willi enbaun ll CZ Bob F CZ LFS Share imrth skins Mrs. Josly 2: Jo C7 'vice Varil ner .S.: rss- Floyd me 'iod. VGIli'lj.au-1. re-eke :l-'htel Barbara Shafer 1? "WSH Vdllard Kniep steady? ghtn Linda sigm- Eleanor -ohne llfllffifblfllfjii9Ffl:1lH9v45l0lF5lfhl0lf5lUlUlUlUFFlf7k7'X3N7lUh X li HDCL lr C1 Ufhll f "M f You 1 -1 . . Q . .. . .- . .ur-nr' , If-ivwlrrnnvw nvlnrs ln rw wr-1 rw-1 Givin' tes You ain't' Qivin' tes You ain't, f'15 -1 .7' ' ivrlii You ain't nothin' Failing tests all You ain't nothin' Failing tests all Sharon Byce, David Lutes, Sharon Wyart, Roberta Maughn, Margaret Curless, Linda Brown, Wilma .mes Herd, Pamela Ruhfer, Kenny Kalbfleisch, leallerl-g,S,ulLi1an,..Mary Romaine, June Schmidt, Marilyn g Ruhter, Karen Tucker, Donya Jones, Jeanerre Brann, Connie Cole, Gerald Grosshans, Jay Davis, Larry 'he Lancaster, Rosalie Ericson, Donna Hardy, Mrs. Joslyn, and Lonnie Brew. You ain't no friend of mine! From UFN Club CFailers Clubl UQ? but the but the 3 PUPPY dos. time, 3 PUPPY doa. time, You ain't never passed a test yet, How do you expect to be a friend o Dr . T. , I. G f mine! ska get their food of their clothing. some fishing poles in Alaska and told of Ala- and make some She also showed which they use how they were made,and used. It was very inter- esting how the men catch the whale and divide them evenly among the people. They eat their whale meat raw. She also told how the women make their shoes and clothing. :Is :fc 2:1 3:1 :Qs :j: ::: :j: rf: :iz :lc :jc :fc :Qc :jr :lr :iz zj: rj: xl: :Qs :jr ::: :ja ::: :jr :f: :jx 2:2 :lc :Qc :fc ::: Mr. Parrish-WNow we will name all the animals of the lower class. S IFS Qdyllg President . Vice President Secrelary Treasurer Reporter , , Sophomore Rep, , Junior Rep. Senior Rep. Advisor , , , PATTY LANCASTER MAUREEN KLASS RITA CRAWFORD , ,,,,,, KAREN GIER DONNA LINDAMAN BONNIE GARTNER , , ,.,, ,,,, L OIS WALLIS MARILYN RUHTER ,, MRS. ROWLAND gays 7 Qdyllg President ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,.,,,,. . . BILL ELLIOT Vice President ,,.,,, , H W LAWRENCE LUNDIN Secrefary-Treasurer ,,,., ,,,,,,,, E UGENE BAXTER Reporter ,,.......,...,.. .,.. R ONALD PIERCE Advisor ,,,,, ,, MR. REICHERS , Q 'E .1 My W I M505 W 'va Sig' Q' X K -In a. wk' 4 ,rw 7 'M' Q., I ' w A 4. l A f A 1 41 4 hi'-M fa fs Rig vi 1 s f ' 0 . 2' M sw 4' ' f ' ' , Q M 4 2 wh 4 - Qi, , m 5 4 41w .w - 1 -L X RD NNE LEONAAN JOA AUGH FFICER5 ROBERTARQN PARKS O HA ILLS president .Kem X S ANETTE M LE Vice Presld JE ONNIE COX V C CO IY , --" ETTY Secrefa B MIDT Sufef ' E SQH Tre? menfananl an ' JUN GARTNER Pa' 'B cha""' ANNE KER creafiO" V DE REN TUC Y R9 KA KE r LAC Repoffe MRS. ' n HisrO"a - SOHQ Leader k ' or f' ' I Advls D O From 'OW ,eff fo 'f9l7f' Cecelfla Willie ' ' '77 , l Ann Bracken, lqobma Maughanl Joarmi fldlrzafdefez Karel? Tucker, house, Fm, Mrs, Lacke Connie Cole, Marilyn 5,,,,,,7 Sharon I I aren heener, ,qlberra Llerfnan Second row- Ellee L' I .Mccau ey' and Manlyfv Abel. ullivan Jeanen S 21. n ferfnen, June Schnudr, Joan ,g,acke,,, Jean Bracken e u rvan, Jeans-ne 441113, pam, Leonard Jeanene I V- Thi , Phyll' , and Erics fd 'owf kay ASVOH, Deanne Gerrner G I rs love, Carol Wflliafns, Maureen Klaas, Jeannef, On ,Q rims lfnonard' Founh 'OW' Judy Bl-flfley, Rosalie , ose Merle Wl-ure, Sharon Lafnmers, Karen Gier Rex A lancasreg Sharon Parks, Evelyn Tilson and Berry lou C X , O . 1717 We, the members of the Filer High School Pep Club desiring to fulfill our duty to ourselves and our team do hereby form ourselves into this association to pro- mote student participation and an atmosphere of good sportsmanship in our school. Sherry Crawford Judy Blakley Linda Brown Carol Nicholson Sharon Holloway ldona Kellogg Carrie Debon Phyllis Love Alberta Lierman Maureen Klaas Nadine Allen Eileen Lierman Alrvgsta Hodkins Karen Gier Patty Lancaster Connie Cole Jeanette Brann Marilyn Smith Sally Hauser Carole Landholm Sandy Crookham Phyllis Lux Norma Neale Rosalie Ericson Carma Brady Karen Tucker Ann Brackett Rose Marie White Sharon McCauley X Judy Kratz Joanne Leonard J Virginia A.mbroz Evelyn Tilson Donna Hardy Mary Lancaster Helen Patterson LaVonnie Clay Virginia Hockett Vennishia Peeke Patty Leonard Cecelia Williams O!CQfS anf 706130119 Vice President , . CAROL NICHOLSON Secretary , ,,,, JOANNE LEONARD Treasurer SALLY HAUSER Reporter , JEANETTE BRANN Advisor , MR. WILLIS Advisor MRS. JOSLYN President ,,,,,, ,, , DONYA JONES 'Kd ren T eener Barbara Smit Nancy Sackett Becky McCauley Nola Fouts Barbara Shafer Donya Jones Marilyn Kulik Donna Albin Clara Jo Edwards Phyllis Brennan Joyce Gartner Deanne Gartner June Schmidt Sharon Landreth Doris Schmidt Linda Parrott Bonnie Gartner Margaret Allen Clarene Meyers Sharon Byce Donna Lindamann L -,Q Ti lil ff, H Q 1 . 5 . it .1-H , ' ,N if P e 'd nt-DeKIot - f r SI e z V p -glllogi igi x K Sec., Kauf man V Davis Adv., Saras :zz ' P , 1 ::' ' at 3 -,.- i .' I , :-' 1 T , tri ,... V Williams Matthews Macaw Wy Gm Brock fmiigi fm 2' T ii- i - W f. ,. -cf ' 'lv " , , i -, T . AMP f Lundin . Miller i Thomas Brown Garey Q, Landholm Lancaster Mitchell ,aff T 8. vi ,f 'Q . I 2 Q W2 ,. .4 Q' f ' -vf T Q, 1 9 'Q '. Cole Brew I A V if Q. Advisor, Parish Zzn M 115, t fx 533, -' i' . J U QL ,ww 'QQ' Han wr' if Tiwfmfff' lvfes 'I ,I 1, r 1' Fffmz ' : -E i 2 . : T 5 President, Macaw Vice President, Lammers 1 ni is . F it . gg: -f is-' Silk ? ' vs , , , .e i.,,,. , I Q . . H 5' ' . . ' f A, 5 ,gz.i,f'iv ,. 5 V, f' 'S-Fi w if Miller Brodine Kohntopp Secretary, Kohntopp Treasurer, Hail Governor, Harvey 1 i iiti . . 2 A t,i1-, it Q. 'E Q4 I V'Ce C079 Lierman ci-V ft P .J Miller DeKlotz rriet I-Utes Turner Grindstaff McCandless ev., 5 C116 ncaster W ,L ,.,: . ,.i,, Q H 5 , it Lammers Tipton McChristian gfespzkzzzs Vice President Advisor LINDA P . BROWN MRS. GAUMER resident ..... BILL HALL Back row, left to right: Arvesta Hodkins, Evelyn Tilson, Connie Cole, Dean Kohntopp, Larry Harvey, Duane Eastman, Judy Blakley, and Rosalie Ericson. Middle row: Roberta Maughan, Norm Lux, Mrs. Gaumer, Nancy Sackett, Linda Brown, and Sherry Crawfod Smith, Jeanette Brann, and Shirley McGregor. a Neale, Phylli r . Bottom row: ' S Bull Hall, Marilyn .qw-Q wxnigfrw Fr 'ws s r l i l -wg-. 'Vx Q -1 K'-Q: Af -'1 i ",'k ,, Mo Parr ST C0 gne YL Ular BYO i ancasfer Dornla Jon We Lie,-me V7 These outstanding students have been chosen by their classmates and with pride we present them here. If QS ' many e enzors CUT Jeane,,EST e Bfan " and Mrk eM6CaW ED SUCCE 'th icevf ic aviivn Sm MOST MUXOQP and M K0 it Dean MOST CLASS FAvORgEC?arrol Matthews Marilyn l?u,lJgLET'C Rosalie Erlcson an and Bill Elliott MOST INTELLECTUAL Connie Cole and Larry Harvey FA V0 Shfrl RITE MU ey McGregor SICIANS XNXTTXEST ' k s and Lonnle Brew S- and B111 Hall Rose Mane Dle' e we XL F. G. r lx ,yu , v . 31 ,,, A, He, as e 2 - ,wife . ' ww ' 3' 3 3, j'w asf 9 G- 4 R, 1 - 1,315 Attendant 0122 ecomzhy CONNIE COLE Attendant MARILYN RUHTER Queen DONYO JONES .nf I M A ' i wi-f ?i'?fflr+ Ll O 2 5 M . Irina' l 1 1TIl:4 , f ,,i,5 g ga , 7 -itF ,' H' I Wx V N... 'fig wgY QMKQ sw? im 5, is Q5 b ix Ei Q Q1 3 ii is X 1' 2' ,QQ . ' x . Q: e . ' - 1 'I ", .7 f- '-f 5 im g ' l ' '. : s. "-1-f " 1..- , yy.-,,. V - A ' - -H- '-H. f?xQfg, 'mf' 4 f - - -, . . , .x-3415, gffgnliiuf r , . . -- .lx N- ', " QM' . , ' - Wyl. .g...' Y-. - I- v-nhiyiyg-gui mg.1 vi-v11'.,:-, N. :Q .. ' . -iii? 121.11 "3-'fv??::L: : 'AIU' ?,i','1-Aiiffllalf-f '-"ai4x!.i1'-' 'fi , N 5, Q' . xx, 5:31 in-1' k . wsg.:'g.,- ss: if A 'f l , E E , ffii X55 X 'iafg xv w, ' if A w 1 U I ,kr x ir it 4123 2 K ' K ,N H321 1 . Nw l H X, f Uv R li f x lx ul' 6 .six Y XY ug Q 5 , 1 N 1 ' Y F 1 X S3 Y Q wg 5 W 3 2 'Mk x 1 X F vwwr ga, mi ff' 3233 ' ' W . -SU iffy? , 5-Q' 3 -V. vs K 15 VW ,i ' W. Q ., 1 ima. v. ,f. ,DA .X QNX ' . 1. 'mv V if 3 jimi gg " A .U ,VA M S Y. e . M , naw, ,H 'Lyn , . Q if ,,L, 5 64 Eofevex U 3 One-qcf Tk Direcfor MRS. BARBARA GAUMER T he ,oof fell in Girls ask boys for dates 'fyyzjrlsfer 0045057 By ESTHER E. OLSON CAST Bernice Bramberry . ,v so , , .,.,... S hirley McGregor Carol Wood , ,...., .. ....., . J eanette Brann Miss Eustacia Hayworth ...,.... ....... ofma Neale Homer Quackenbush ......... .... e an Ko ntopp Miss Pauline Pooley .,,o., ............... P hyllis Lux Miss Geraldine Carr .,..... .,.,,, S herry Crawford Mr. Oliver Lee Oliver ..... .........,....o,. B ill Hall Emily Manning .............. ...... N ancy Sackett Lotus Smith ..,,ooo,.., ,. os........,.-o ......... B ob Engle Cobina Colgate-Brewster ...... ....... M arilyn Smith Gilbert Glyer .....o . A... .......... ...oo..............,..,...... L a rry vans Ruby Nolan ,...L........................L....,...... .. .............. Linda fs dw-n Prompters: Sandy Crookham and Roberta Maughan. Extras: Roberta Maughan, and Evelyn Tilson. Directed By MRS. BARBARA GAUMER O x I2J vi A Ai Back row, left to right' Director Mr Willis Beatrice D rh D . , . , u am, onna Theener, Sandy Tegan, Suzan Cox, Carol Seddon, Judy Rugg, and Mildred Brault. Middle row: Marilyn Ruhter, Jackie Peterson, Mary Lancaster, Virginia Montgomery, Betty Cox, Sue Lucas, Shirley McGregor, Bill Hall, Victor Thomas, Jimmie Lanting, Loren Holloway, Dick McChristian, Melvin Hines, Jim Black, and Jerry Kriegh. Front row: David Lutes, Olivia Smith, Carrol Matthews, Maril n S 'h I ' ' ' y mit , Iona Jones, Ellis Pendergraft, Phyllis Brennan, Gracie Leonard, Marlene Corle, Don Peters, and Larry Stansel. OFFICERS CARROL MATTHEWS President MR. WILLIS Advisor JUDY RUGG Reporter SHIRLEY MCGREGOR Vice President MARILYN RUHTER Secretary PAMELA RUHTER Librarian CAROLE ANN LANDHOLM Twirler PHYLLIS LUX Twirler M -,. ,1 First row: David Lutes, Olivia Smith, Ilona Jones, Ellis Pendergraft, Marlene Corle, and Gracie Leonard. Sec- ond row: Jackie Peterson, Marilyn Ruhter, Betty Lou Cox, Sue Lucas, Jerry Brady, and Billy Assendrup. Third row: Shirley McGregor, Bill Hall, Victor Thomas, Jimmie Lanting, Don Peters, David Sparks, and Joe Bonnichsen. Fourth row: Beatrice Durham, Carol Seddon, Judy Rugg, Mildred Brault, Sally Lutes, and Pamela Ruhter. JUDY LYNN BLAKLEY Twirler and Drum Maforehe DONNA ALBIN Twirler 11 l, ,,,.,l , A, s , err Front row, left to right: Janet Matney, June Schmid,1 Judy Kratz, Jeanette Brann Barbara Shafer Helen Paiterson, Donya Jones, Carol Nicholson, and Carma Brady. Second row: Marilyn Kulnk Nancy Sackeft Linda Parrott, Deanne Ganner, Mildred Brault, Nadine Allen and LaVonnie Clay Back row right to left if Gera , and Jimmie Herritt. nf ffl fir Mlmf Jin Nw W, by Accompanisf K R Director MR. WILLIS 0 ya V no ID V l Ilill U I'IlIIl I I Q My or NIGHT MID DEPARTMENT STORE gl Pi .nl Makrilzoarri Models E S. . PA 6-5186 0 ,X ' 2 Legs Ezidio-TV W Q is lor, a o 4 M 2 2 El Q D. 5 3 E Ei' : C "M O 3 Q, 'X ,N 5 I E 'E :E G gg E Hr: 5 E Img EE-fs 2 eo L U' I-:Z 4 ' S 5 : E" F-f-1 4, :, 2 N. Z 3 Z F' -I 5 Q S E E 'E 'ii 4 E gf- 1- as nf 9' Z is 2 E 1 5. 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I I l - 4 - S DIIIIEI HOWARD CLEANERS A HI-WAY BE A CAMPUS SERVICE BEAUTY RV Dependable Cleaning EVERY DAY FOR AL and Pressing EVERY OCCASION LEEIS PHONE DAVIS E sI2z All Sinclair by Having Your RADIO AND FILER' IDAHO Produds Hair SI'yIed ai' TELEVISION SERVICE F GREASING i WASHING EDNA'5 "YOUR OAPEHART , WAXING DEALER" e I B Main Sfreef r d E PHONE DAVIS 6-5l86 a' Kern and Ann A Thurman U HUNTIS 2 Phone T O. K. RUBBER WELDERS DAVIS 5-49I0 Y Recapped - New - Used FILER, IDAHO SHOP Tues PHONE DAVIS 6-5002 I FILER NEALE'S HARDWARE 66 Everyihing in SERVICE fhe Hardware Line F CompIe+e Car I Servicing L E R AUNTIE: IDAHO Phone "SMP DAVIS 6-4860 FILER. IDAHO crying, Susie. maybe your mofher had fo drown I'ha'l' Iri'Hen of yours." SUSIE: "She did noi have fo, she promised me I couId." FILER APPLIANCE EIec+ricaI Appliances Plumbing Main - Filer Phone: DAVIS 6-4960 MODERN BARBER SHOP A Filer, Idaho ERNIE LEE AND A. C. LEEPER ' 1 I Phone: DAVIS 6-4343 HE: "WhaI' is a wiII?" SHE: "I don'+ know." HE: "A dead give away." DEAN'S REPAIR SHOP Filer. Idaho Phone: DAVIS 6-4959 FILER ELEVATOR CO. Ranchway Feeds GRAIN BEANS SEED COAL Phone: DAVIS 6-5I I I f X C 8: L CAFE FILER MEAT AND GROCERY A Place for 'Ihe Whole Cold S+orage Family Cusfom CuHing Phone: CECIL AND DAVIS 6-4440 LU ELLA MORGAN ll Finesf CIoI'hes for Dogs Are Noble Bob TucIcer's Men and Boys Animals FIVE PQINT ROPER'S Even We CLEANERS Twin Falls HOT DOGS Wes+ 5 Poinfs Buhl, Burley, Ruper'I' They Feed lhe Hand Twin Falls Boise Thai Bifes II FI DELITY NATIONAL BANK Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. FEEDER AND FARM OPERATION LOANS Twin Falls and Filer COURTESY MARKET "Th I HOME PLUMBING 81 HEATING CO. Indusfrial and Residenfial W. A. THRELKELD JACK F. THRELKELD I35 Third Ave. Easi' TWIN FALLS IDAHO HOOSIER FURNITURE CO. Serving Magic Valley Since I9I0 Phone I5I Ellrs Building Twin Falls. Idaho MCVEYSI INC. I MODERN DRUG SHOP McCormick Farm Operaiing Filer' Idaho Equipmeni' HARDWARE - REPAIR In+ernaI'ionaI Trucks I6I Third Ave. Wes? Phone I77 TWIN FALLS, IDAHO Your Juke-Box TWIN FALLS. IDAHO SHOP WESTERN MUSIC CO. OperaI'or TWIN FALLS BANK AND TRUST CO. Your Banking Parfner Since I905" CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS Twin Falls Kimberly TATE JOKE: FURNITURE co. TWIN FAI-LS BUSINESS Two SI'ores +0 COLLEGE Serve You JEROME, IDAHO I4I Wesf Main Phone 65 TWIN FALLS. IDAHO I940 Kimberly Road Phone 598 LARRY L.: "Was 'Ih new girl I saw you wiI'h Ias+ nigh+?" STEVE T.: "No iusi' 'Ihe old painI'ed over." ara "Idaho's Largesf Business College' NATIONALLY ACCREDITED Twin Falls, Idaho CRYSTAL SPRINGS ORCHARD Growers of Fine Frui+ P. O. Box 28 Filer, Idaho Phone Davis 6-5975 LAVERN STRONG AND SON Cherries. Apples, Pears Peaches and Apricois "MAGIC VALLEY'S FlNEST" Grade A Producis YOU NG'S DAI RY Local Independeni' MOUNTAIN STATES IMPLEMENT CO. Oliver Farm Equipmeni' Delaval Dairy Equipmeni' , Gehl Choppers FINEST IN FARM MACHINERY WARBERG BROS. Hearing and Air Condi+ioning Phone 2468 TWIN FALLS. IDAHO FOX FLORAL CO. for Fine Flowers 647 Main Ave. Wes? Phone 35I Your Twin Appliance Srores Risen CAIN a. CAINS Frigidaire Ho+poinI' TWIN FALLS AND BUHL YELLOW CAB CO. Phone 54 TWIN FALLS. IDAHO ALBERTSONS FOOD CENTER Wes+ Five Poin'I's Twin Falls One Sfop Shopping Cenfer GROCERY - MEAT - BAKERY PRODUCE Twin Falls, Idaho Keep Tuned Io Music I450 KC. The Popular SI'a'I'ion MAGIC VALLEY'S FIRST FULL TIME INDEPENDENT BOISE PAYETTE LUMBER CO. "Your Par+ner in BeH'er Living" RETAIL DISTRIBUTING YARDS mzafm' SELF MANUFACTURING CO. TWIN FALLS, IDAHO BLASIUS CYCLERY Twin Falls, Idaho SCHWINN BICYCLES HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES Complimenis of GERRISH SPORTING GOODS 252 Main Souih TWIN FALLS, IDAHO SHIRLEY 8: MENDIOLA "Men's Fine CIo+hes" TWIN FALLS, IDAHO IDAHO BEAN ELEVATOR COMPANY Beans - FerI'iIizer - Coal FILER TWIN FALLS 'ul Your Friendly Warehouse BEANS - GRAIN - PHOSPHATE AND SEEDS Phone Davis 6-5006 MERLE ALLISON. Mgr. BEAN GROWERS' WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATION. INC. PAINT WALLPAPER BEN N ETT'S Twin Falls Glass 8: Paini' SPORTING GOODS GLASS DAISY DELL Affer a Show Sfop for a DeIicious Hamburger Special Phone 3779 TWIN FALLS. IDAHO HERRET'I'S MFG. JEWELRY Easi Five PoinI's TWIN FALLS IDAHO I lq I Z-3 I ..., 0, ,J I I , vs, - ' Jitrrlhb 1- HTA' , li- - 0, 'I I H .., "' V- Y I W V! I I I nv! .' , ' . Il 4 f 'MII I1-I I, AII of Your Jewelry Needs DIAMONDS MPX O. J. CHILDS Bean - Grain - FerI'iIizer Phones Office Davis 6-4363 Home Davis 6-4282 FILER, IDAHO CHESTER B. BROWN CO. BEANS Harold Brown 'I All Varieiies, Sack and BuIIr No Long Waiis No Shorf Weighis Filer Idaho Phone Davis 6-4989 CITIZEN RECORD Adver'I'ising Qualify Job Prinfing FILER, IDAHO Phone Davis 6-4884 A the PARIS Ready-Io-Wear and Millinery I24 Main Avenue NorI'h EARL AND HAZEL FAULKNER Twin Falls, Idaho MOON'S PAINT AND FURNITURE 30I Main Avenue WesI' PAINT AND FURNITURE ADMIRAL TV Twin FaIIs, Idaho 56I Main Ave. Easi' RANDALL FLORAL SHOP Flowers WiII Say II' Be+'Ier" TWIN FALLS. IDAHO EAST SIDE MARKET TWIN FALLS. IDAHO Hammond Or ans Band Insfrumegnfs Pianos Accordions A Ci+izen Wherever I+ Serves Phone DAVIS 6-4453 FILER, IDAHO MUSIC CENTER Twin Falls, Idaho LEX THEATER Filer, Idaho "BEST SHOW PLACE IN FILER" .J MGE ' Q is WISP I Q If -5 hge gQi.5ffIIi1?IE3i I 57 if 'filiglgwxix die 'r' Q 'R I7 2 3? fu A A -wig Q Ii I IFS N +4 an ,By 'M AVS s git, ,Q , if , Af' W' f wywff Lil -,Kfrf 1 rf , , IL vb 5-5 .B i- 5' Hai ' QQ E A X' Q Eg Qs gf -'A 5 4 If' f if A '7 V l Q rl ' JJ l 'f A ' ' eww! 4 ,ff ' , QQ.. MM Jw? ,L-bluff ,JAM MZ f My 0 4 1' - ,X c , 4, ,W gzlfwjf Mai: gm Mg fa fMfM,f,,Wwrl jfgfw Le "7mfvLZ0 ' 2660. C alf7Apf3!7,, K W, if-ZUIOFQCICAYCD "M -1-1.f, , Lf' uf Before you close the pages of this annual l wish to extend my est appreciation to those who have worked tirelessly to make possl leclhe publication of this annual. Mfjfbowefb ff!! r. Kious, our advisor, without whose guidance this annual AM - - wou never have been a success-to Mr. Pettygrove, our photog- i fpher, who worked until the wee hours of the morning to pro- wf-f, 'GR'-C 9 s ,bkduce the photography which appears in the preceeding pages- imxwthe administration and faculty for their cooperation during the www , ake up period of the annual and to the 1957 annual staff, had A ,f whose efforts bring this annual to you. "M And last, but not least, I hope that you, the students, cherish ,L ' ' the memories and recollections that this annual holds. jar-j' 'LVN 'QQ' faux g,1Lf ,af ,.,f.L, r K, A Rosalie Ericson 1 7, 'lf ' LQ-1 Editor WAR 1 , V G 1 ' X V144 I JM L f Q4-b sfffm Th! ln! hlhooil An TAYLOI-MADE I KING COMPANY DALLAS. TERM -1 . + ,,.,,g6 Y ,-J , V ,,,,,,6 i 4 Q ff? I ,217 ffff-ggg A3 A L. ZZ, , Q fnwflw gm 6 -W Wy 1 YW A' f W' ig, aww J 4539? 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