Fruitland High School - Poma Terra Yearbook (Fruitland, ID)
- Class of 1954
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The 1954 Poma Terra is a book of memories to be kept among your most
valued treasures and to remind you of the many wonderful times you have had
working and learning with your friends. N
The Annual Staff has worked hard to make a better and more attractive
annual for you this year and we hope you enjoy reading it as much as we have
enjoyed editing it for you.
For many of you students this will be your last year in Fruitland High School
Some of you may go on to schools of higher learning and others may venture out
into this wide world to provide your own living. Wherever you go and whatever
you do our best wishes go with you. Good luck and a pleasant journey!
For many.years'you have stood beside us, guiding us, and helping us through-
out all the school years. We know that the financial aid you have so freely and
generously given us, the moral support and co-operation you have shown us in all
the school activities and community projects are the outstanding factors in all our
success and achievements. - ' , ' . ' '
- Your efforts to make our community a better place to live is a standing guide-
post to us as we go forth from F.ruitland Highf We feel that the Citizenship Award
you bestow each year upon onei of our students is a definite product of these efforts
It is not only a honorvto the one chosen, but to his friends and fellow classmates as
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A As a means of expressing our thanks andappreciation, the Annual Staff has cho
sen to dedicate our 1954 'POMA TERRA to you, A the Fruitland businessmen and wo-
men and the Chamber of Comerce. From each one of usqas students and teachers,
we thank you again and again! Q ! ' , .
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". . . We will make darkness light
before them, and crooked 'places
Mr. Kenneth Hansen
B. S. Agriculture, U. of
Idaho. Vocation Ag. In-
structor. Sponsor: F.F.A.
and Freshman Class.
Miss Alice Grable
B. A. College of Idaho,
Graduate work at U. of
Idaho, U. of Oregon.
French, English, Algebra,
Librarian. Sponsor: Girls
League, Exchange Assembly
Pres. Fruitland Educ. Assoc.
Mr. Earl Fisher
B. S. McPherson College
Kansas. Physics, Chem-
istry, Geometry, Adv. Al-
gebra, Bookkeeping. Sponsor:
Mr. John Purcell
B. A. College of Idaho.
Mr. Barney Lewis
B. s. fEd.J M. s. fEd.j U.
of Idaho P. E. and Health,
Biology, General Science,
F. Club, Basketball and
Track, Asst. Football and
Baseball. Sponsor: Soph-
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ball and Track.
Mr. Loren Cowgill
B. A. Pasadena Ir. College,
Lewis and Clark College,
Occidental College. English,
Speech. Sponsor: Senior
Miss Betty Judy
A. A. Boise Junior College,
B. A. College of Idaho.
Commercial. Advisor of
Annual, Newspaper, Co-
Sponsor Pep Club.
Mr r Be'llon
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Seni lass Coach:
Miss Roma Brown .
B. S. Brigham Young Univ-
ersity. Home Ec. Sponsor:
Junior Class and F.H.A,
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SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Covington, Mr. Patterson, R. Henggeler, P. Christensen, E. Evans. STANDING: P. Mc-
Our student council is ever-ready and willing to undertake the arising problems of the Student Body. With this gov-
erning body lies the power to change the Constitution, impeach club officers, and control the student body activities.
Two of the Student Council sponsored activities are the exchange assembly--under the able assistance of Miss Grable-
Cabe. M. Mess, R. I-leitz, E. Van Matte.
-and the Halloween Dance.
The Student Council consisted of the four Student Body officers and the President from each class.
Student Body officers were:
President, Rudy Henggeler, Vice President, Dick Covington, Secretary, Peggy Christensen, Treasurer, Evelyn Evans,
Senior Class President was Marvin Mess.
Junior Class President was Peter McCabe.
Sophomore President was Richard I-leitz.
Freshman President was Ernie Van Matre,
SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Glasson, B. Trussell, N. Shaffer, Mrs. Tyree. STANDING: M. Higley, P. Christensen,
N. Schubert, C. Camefix, I. Oyama. G. Eldred. M. Baines.
portant part tn our school life Un
der the direction of Mrs Tyree the
school secretary the students learn
to manage many different business
matter that would be carried on in
an average business office
Some of the machines that they
learn to operate are the adding ma
Chine the ditto machine and the
mimeograph. They also transfer
important data to permanent re-
cords, take care of the daily attend-
ance and learn to answer the tele-
phone in a business manner.
Our student librarians play an important part in our
high school. They acquaint the students with the card
catalog and Reader's Guide. Checking out books, mag-
azines and pamphlets and mending books are some of
the important duties they perform.
SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Thompson, Miss Grable
R. Vanderpool, V. Samuels.
STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Cleverly. I. Martin,
Our school building and lawns have been under the tender
care of our efficient custodian, Mr. King. Those students who
have been called upon to help him have done so with sincere
willingness. This proves that Mr, King is not only our custo-
dian, but he is also the students' friend.
Under the supervision of the P. T. A, the lunch
program was started in Fruitland. Over 400 lunches
are served each day to the students and faculty. The
lunch room committee consists of Dorothy Groves,
Barbara Carnefix, Margaret Evans, Elsie Schmid,
Mary Thiessen, Anna Herndon, and Madge Thompson
STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: M. McCarthy, L. Tacket
B. Trussell, and M. Bingaman.
Just one of those days
Faithful and true!
Seniors in a fine
". . . We look for the light
which shines forth. . . "
STANDING: Mr. Cowgill, Mr. Bellon,
Advisors: M. Mess, and B. Connelly.
SEATED: E. Tyree and D. Martin.
The class of 1954 began its career of four interesting and active years in
F. H,S. early in September, 1950. During the first year they elected Bill Con-
nelly, pres., Dan Martin, vice-pres, Dorothy Bright, treas., and June Oyama,
sec. Miss Connor was the class advisor.
That first great year in high school began with that deplorable Freshman
Initiation and ended gloriously with a last-day-of-school picnic at Mann's Creek.
In the fall of 1951, the class returned as sophomores. Again the class chose
Bill Connelly, pres. g Rudy Henggeler, vice-pres., with Peggy Christensen, sec.,
and Evelyn Evans, treas. Mr. Lewis was the unlucky faculty member to be our
As sophomores we forgot about our feelings toward Freshman Initiation and
like all the classes before us we "did unto others as it was done unto us." At
the end of the year we ventured to Ferncroft for our school picnic.
As 1952 rolled around we triumphantly took our places as "upperclassmen, "
Rudy Henggeler was elected pres., Dan Martin, vice-pres. 5 Earlene Tyree,
sec.g and Ruth Glasson, treas. Our advisors were Miss Grable and Mr. Bart-
lett. May they forgive us for all the problems we, as juniors, dealt them.
On March 27 of that year our young hearts blossomed in our first class play
entitled "Professor, How Could You?" We paid our respects to the preceding class
by honoring them with the Junior-Senior Prom and Banquet, May ZZ.
This event-packed year came to a happy close with a picnic at Garden Valley.
At last, in the fall of 1953, our class appeared with shoulders squared, chin
raised, and lips parting in a'triumphant smile--the characteristics so common to
all seniors. The first memorable event of the year was the receiving of the class
rings. The class officers elected to lead us were Marvin Mess, pres.g Dan Mar-
tin, vice-pres. fa third-term manlg Bill Connelly, sec. 3 and Earlene Tyree, treas.
Mr. Bellon and Mr, Cowgill were the class advisors.
The one ambition of the Senior class was to raise enough money for the Senior
Sneak. Well, enough money was raised to pay for a popoorn machine and to sponsor
the Senior Ball held March 20. The Sneak--? Well!! !? ? ?
June 4 was set'aside as the final day of distinction for the class of 1954. On
that memorable day we received our long-awaited diplomas and bade our last fare-
well as students to the halls of Fruitland High.
CLIFFORD JAY ALLEN Cliff"
Ive Got News For You F Club I,2, 3,43 Baseball 4g Track and Base-
ball Manager I Finders Creepers".
PEGGY LORAINE CHRISTENSEN "Peg"
Peg O My Heart Class Sec. 2: Student Council 4, Sec, 4g Grizzly
Gazzette I 3 Band 1 2 3 4g Student Director 4g Office Staff 4,
WILLIAM JOHN CONNELLY "Bill"
"Up In Smoke"g Class Pres. 1, 2, Sec. 4, Vice
Pres. 3: Student Council 1,23 F Club I, 2, 3,4g
Pres. 4, Basketball 1,2,3, Football 1,2,3,4g '
GRETA LOUISE ELDRED "Greta"
"Toot Toot Tootsie"g Pep Club l,2, 3,45 Girls'
League 35 F.H,A, I, 2, 3,45 Pres. 45 Grizzly
Gazzette 3,4g Poma Terra 3,4g Office Staff
RALPH RUDOLPH HENGGELER "Rudy
Heartbreaker Class Vice Pres. 2, PICS. 3: Student Council 3,4
s 4 C u 2 .A. I,2,3,4, Treas. 35 Grizzly
zette 3 Basketball I 2 3 4 Baseball I,2,3,4g Track I,2,3 4
c C ass Treas 2 Student Council 4 Youth Legislature
3 Glee Club 4 Girls League 1,2 F.H A I Grizzly Gazzette I,
WILLIAN HARRY HUTCHINSON "Bil1"
"On A Saturday Night"g F Club I, 2,3,4g Glee Club Ig Grizzly Gaz-
zette 3, Basketball I, 2, 35 Football I, 2, 3,45 Track I, 2, 3.4: "Pro-
fessor How Could You" 35 "Finders Creepers 4.
CAROL IEAN HOMAN "Buffy"
"Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes", Pep Club 1
3- Girls' League 4, F.H..A. l,2,:,GriZZ1y Gazzette 3g "Finders Creep-
KENNETH RONALD KECK "Short"
"Goin' Steady"g F Club 3,4pG1EC Club 3,4g
Pres. 4:.Grizzly Gazzette 3, Band I, Library 4g
Basketball 2, 3,4, Track 2, 3.4.
PATRICIA EARLENE HEROLD "Pat"
"Fun and Fancy Free"g Grizzly Gazzette 3.
MARVIN EDWARD MESS "Marv"
"I've Got Rhythm": Class Pres. 4: Student Council 4, Youth Legis-
lature 31 F Club 4, Band I, 2. 3: Basketball I, 2,43 F0otba114: Track 4:
"Professor How Could You" 3g "Finders Creepers" 4.
MARILYN JEAN MERRITT "Marilyn"
"Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend"g Pep Club
Girls' League I, 3,4g F,H.A. I, 2, 3: Grizzly Gazzette 3, "Professor How
Could You 3,
,2,3, Glee Club r,2, ,mf
DOUGLAS KAY LARKIN "Doug"
"There Must Be A Way"g Glee Club 3g Griz-
zly Gazzette 3, 4: Library 4.
MARY MARGARET IRELAND "Maggie"
"Steepin' Out With My Baby"g Pep Club 1,25
Glee Club Ig Girls' League Ig F,H.A. Ig Poma
Terra 2, 3,4, "Finders Creepers" 4.
DANIEL ROBERT MARTIN "Dannie"
"Ain't Misbehavingng Class Vice-Pres. I, 3, 4g Youth Legislature 3,
F Club 2, 3,4i Treas. 4: F.F.A. 2, 3,4g Poma Terra 3,45 Football
4, Baseball 2,3,4g Track 2, 3,4.
MYRNA KAY JOHNSON "Snooks"
"Don't Flirt With Me", Pep Club I, 2, 3,43 Vice-Pres. 2: Drill Capt.
3, Pres. 2.4: Girls' League I, 2,3,4g F,H.A. 1,23 Historian 2: Griz
zly Gazzette 3,4g Majorette 3, 4, "Finders Creepers" 4.
I,2,3,4: G1ee C1l1bI,4g
MILTON CHARLES MCEWEN "Rock"
"I Had But Fifty Cents"3 F Club 2,3,43 F.F.A. I, 23 Basketball 2,3,43
af- Football I, 2, 3,41 Baseball I, 3,42 Track 2,3,4: "Finders Creepers" 4.
SYLVIA JUNE OYAMA "Jo"
N "Sma1l Fry"3 Class Sec. 13 Pep Club 1, 2,3,4: Glee Club I, 23 Girls'
,Q-Y' League I,2,3,4: Pres. 43 F.H.A. I'2,3: Grizzly Gazette 3,4, Asst.
Ed. 33 Poma Terra 3,4, Sec. 43 Office Staff 4.
NORMAN CLARK PATRICK "Norm"
"I Love The Sunshine Of Your Smi1e"3 F Club
2, 3, 43 Baseball 2,4.
BARBARA LUCENA MONTAGUE "BabS"
'Hair of Gold, Eyes of B1ue"3 Pep Club 43 Drill
Capt. 43 Glee Club X, 23 Girls' League 3,42 Griz
zly Gazette 2, 33 Poma Terra 3,4, Ed. 4.
RICHARD KENNETH WATSON "Dick"
"Three O'c1ock In The Morning"3 Entered from
Maryland 43 F Club 43 "Finders Creepers" 43
SHIRLEY MAE WOOD "Boots"
"Give Me My Boots and Saddle"3 F,H.A. 3,43 ..,.....p
Grizzly Gazzette33 "Professor How Could You"
33 'Finders Creepers" 4.
RONALD EUGENE SULLINS "Ron"
"Love And A Dime"3 F Club I, 2,3,43 Basketball I, 23 Football I,2,
OLIVE EARLENE TYREE "Eal'1ene"
'Lady Be Good"3 Class Sec. 3, Treas. 43 Pep Club 33 Glee Club x,
2,43 F.H.A. I,2,33 Girls' League 1,23 Youth Legislature 33 Yell
Leader 43 "Professor How Could You"33 "Finders Creepers' 4.
ROGER GLENN STRAWN "Squeeze Box"
"You'd Be Surprised'3 F Club 1, 2,3,43 Poma Terra 3,4: Business
Mgr. 43 Football 43 Baseball I,2,3,4: 'Finders Creepers" 4.
MARY ELIZABETH STEPHENS "Mary Beth"
"Music Music Music"3 Glee Club I, 2,3,4: Girls' League 1, 2,3,
43 F.H.A. I,2,3,43 Parliamentarian 43 Grizzly Gazette 31 Gir1's
State 33 Poma Terra 43 All-State Choir 43 'H.R,H. Miss Jones' 4.
The Juniors elected Peter Mc-
Cabe, Presidentg Paul McCabe, Vice
Presidentg Nellie Mae Shaffer, Sec-
retaryg and Janet Van Matre, Treas-
urer to lead them in their first year
as "upper classmen". The co-advi-
sors were Miss Brown and Mr.
The class published the Grizzly
Gazette again this year. Virginia
Butler was chosen as Editor.
Mr. Cowgill directed the Junior
play which was held in March. The
Junior Class also sponsored the
Christmas Dance and the Junior
TOP TO BOTTOM N M Shaffer Miss Brown Advisor
Senior prom and Banquet which was P. I. McCabe, J. Van Matre, Mr. Fisher Advisor P E
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Lewis, Coachg D. Watson, R. Sullins, B. Connelly, I. Scalph, M. McEwen, M. Mess
R. Evans, R. Jones, D. Martin, I. Bellon, Coach. SECOND ROW: R. Keller, R. Strawn, J. Schmelzel, B. Hutchinson,
J. Baines, R. Bivins, V. Hansen, H. McEwen. THIRD ROW: A. Maine, E. Van Matte, C. Howell, D. Sullivan, J.
Wuehler, D. Moscrip, R. Heitz, L. Williams, N. Stokes, D. Hutchinson.
The first practice of the year was held August 3, with Z8 boys out--including nine
Seniors. By the end of the season there were 31 players. The year started with the
jamboree where we lost to New Plymouth, 6-O. The regular season started with
three straight wins, one of which was a 30-13 victory over Payette. This was the
first time we had defeated them in eight years. We also upset Marsing, last year's
champs, in our third game.
Due to injuries and poor attitude, the next two games were dropped--one to
Notus and one to Wilder, this year's champions. We started rolling again winning
three out of our last four games. In these four games we scored 122 points compared
to our opponents 37 points. Our final record was 6 wins and 3 losses.
Eight of our nine Senior losses were from the line, losing only one backfield man
ext year we should have a strong backfield man with a relatively weak line.
We were well represented on all-conference team by placing John Baines and
Milton McEwen on the first team and Ronnie Sullins and Jim Scalph on the second
This was the first year for Junior Varsity football and they did quite well tying
Parma twice and losing once to Ontario. The boys got lots of experience from this
and should do very well on the Varsity next year.
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New Plymouth Uamboreej 6 O
Pa rrna 6 19
Jack Payette 13 30 Milton
Schmelzel Marsing 13 25 McEwen
No tus 13 7
Wilde r 39 18
Middleton 6 39
Ho me dale 6 3 8
Adrian 6 3 3
New Plymouth 19 L2-
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and John Baines, Co-Captainsg J. Bellon, Coach.
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This year's Grizzly ball team had a pretty good season, winning nine
games and losing eight in regular play. The year was highlighted by a victory
over Payette, our yearly class A rivals. With only four returning lettermen--
Rudy Henggeler, Dan Martin, John Baines, and Milton McEwen--the team had
an uphill go all the way. Three seniors, Dan Martin, Rudy Henggeler, and
Marvin Mess, led the way this year as they all scored over 160 points. They
were followed closely by Harley Sager, the brilliant junior guard. Others
contributing much to the team this year were Milton McEwen and Kenneth
Keck, seniorsg and Robert Bivins, Robert Evans, O. J. Petross, John Baines,
and Raymond Jones, juniors. Next year's future loos pretty good. Although
they may lack some height hey should make up for it in speed. This J. V.
squad may produce some varsity regulars for next year's squad.
Date Team We They Date Team We They
Dec Marsing Jan Marsing 45
New Plymouth New Plymouth 57
Parma Parma 43
Adrian Adrian 38
Homedale Feb Homedale 32
Middleton Middleton 47
Jan Notus NOf11S 33
Wilder Wilder 41
Feb 13. Payette---455 Fruitland---48
Mr. Lewis, Coach
Rudy Henggeler, Capt.
Marvin Me s s
Dan Ma rtin
O. J, Kenneth
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Moscrip, D. Ireland, D. Hutchinson, E. Van Matre, C. Eldred, C. Howell, S. Bolz
D. Hart. SECOND ROW: Mr. Bellon, Coach: R. Bishop, G. Inloes, R. Keller, G. Groves, L. Williams, B. Alexander,
A. Maine, H. Malone
The Junior Varsity had a good season with the
highlight being a nine game winning streak. We
also had a win over Payette, the only class A
team played this year. The season ended with a
12. win, 5 loss record. The squad was composed
largely of freshmen. Most of the burden rested
on the shoulders of two sophomores, Robert Kel-
ler and Gerald Inloesg and three freshmen, Gary
Groves, Clifton Eldred, and Ernie Van Matre.
The team was greatly hampered at mid season by
the loss of freshman Bill Alexander, high scoring
forward. Gerald Inloes, Robert Keller, Randal
Bishop, and Don Hutchinson are likely varsity
prospects for the next two years. Next year's
prospects are very bright with four outstanding
freshmen returning--Clifton Eldred, Ernie Van
Matre, Gary Groves, and Bill Alexander. Other
boys who should help the squad a lot next year
are Larry Williams, Darrell Ireland, Duane
Coble, Howard Malone, and David Hart.
This year's baseball team will have to come from the bottom up.
However, with seven returning lettermen and many new prospects, the
future doesn't look too dim. Among the returning lettermen are John
Baines, catcher, pitcher, and infielderg Roger Strawn, infieldg O.J.
Petross, infieldg Rudy Henggeler, infield and outfieldg and Dan Martin,
infield and outfield. We have high hopes this year and our uniforms
should give us quite a moral lift.
Apr Z Adrian Here Apr Z0 Wilder There
6 Middleton There Z3 Parma Here
13 Notus Here 27 Marsing There
15 Homedale Here 30 New Plymouth There
KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Heitz, Mgr.: Mr. Bellon, Coach, C. Skeans, Mgr. FIRST ROW: I. Baines,
J. Matsubu, R. Henggeler, R. Jones, M. McEwen, D. Martin, H. Sager, R. Strawn, L. Walker, O. J. Pet-
ross. SECOND ROW: I. Wenzel, P. Brockus, R. Keller, G. Groves, L. Williams, B. Alexander, R. Bishop,
D. Sullivan, C. Howell, P. McCabe. THIRD ROW: P. McCabe, D. Coble, D. Hutchinson, A. Maine, D.
Shuster, J. Bright, C. Eldred, D. Hart, D. Ireland.
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ROW I, LEFT TO RIGHT: O. I. Petross, R. Evans, R. Bivins, B. Hutchinson, J. Baines, P. McCabe, and Mr. Lewis, Coach.
ROW 2, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Jones, D. Martin, and M. McEwen.
ROW 3, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Henggeler, K. Keck, and H. Sager.
The Grizzly track team will try to replace most of its top performers from
last year's conference champion team which was lost through graduation. The
squad will have ten returning lettermen and some good underclassmen from
which to choose. Among those who are expected to make outstanding perfor-
mances are Bill Hutchinson in the middle distance and sprints, John Baines in
the sprints and relays, Milton McEwen in field events, Rudy Henggeler in the
pole vault and high jump, Ray Jones in the hurdles and middle distances, Dan
Martin in the field events and relays, and Paul McCabe in the middle distances
Our main goal this year will be to retain the conference championship in
both the S, R, V. Relays and the S, R, V. Track and Field Meet which Fruitland
won last year.
". . . I will establish justice
or a light of the people. "
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ROW I, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Judy, Advisor, G. Fry, P. Smith, L. Tschirgi, B. Montague, M. Wenzel, B. Parker
J. Oyama, Mr. Patterson, Advisor. ROW 2: W. Johnson, G. Eldred, C. Points, J. Mootz, C. Updegraff, C. Fry.
ROW 3: J. Chester, L. Hayes, J. Van Matre, N. Shaffer, L. Limbaugh, M. Johnson, B. Reimers, M. Merritt.
Under the leadership of Miss Judy, Mr. Patterson, and President, Myrna
Johnson, the Pep Club, had a very full and successful year.
They marched at the basketball games and carried the blanket at the Line
of Dimes, a drive to collect money for the March of Dimes. They also had
charge of the Line of Dimes down town.
Officers for this year were: Myrna Johnson, Presidentg Nellie Mae Shaf-
fer, Vice Presidentg Claudette Points, Secretary, Barbara Parker, Treasurer,
Barbara Montague, Drill Captain, Janeal Fitzsimmons, Drill Master, and
Corynne Fry, Reporter.
New members this year were Ruth Glasson and Barbara Montague, Seniors
Lona Tschirgi, Junior, Crystal Updegraff, Joanne Mootz, Lyla Hayes, Ruth
Copeland, Wanda Johnson and Barbara Parker, Freshmen.
ROW I LEFT TO
' RIGHT: R- Heflggelef, J. Baines R Sullins B Hutchinson B Connelly R Strawn D
Martin, R. Jones. ROW 2: B. Thompson, M. M E
The 1953-54 F-Club was one of the
most active lettermen's clubs Fruit-
land High School has ever known.
The F-Club is composed of boys
who have lettered in one of the var-
sity sports and have been officially
initiated into the club.
The officers this year Were: Bill
Connelly, Presidentg John Baines,
Vice President, Dan Martin, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, and Milton McEwen,
Sergeant At Arms.
Activities planned this year included
the annual bon-fire before the annual
Armistice Day game with New Ply-
mouth. They also planned a spring
dance and sponsored various other
Mess, N. Patrick, J. Schmelzel. ROW 3: R, Palmgr L Derle H Sager C Allen W Powell N C
H- McEwen. K- Keck. ROW 4: Mr. Lewis, Advisor P McCabe J Petross J Wenzel D Moscrip M
TO THE STUDENTS OF
FRUIT LAND HIGH
dv as In spite of the many prob-
Xgxtzkbzgaqv that be siege any production
A 4' Qsofbakgqi' staff, we are happy to present to
1 Q95 you the 1954 edition of the Poma Terra.
" 5 15,850 Although getting a late start, the staff mem-
9001 bers were very efficient and cooperative in meet-
Q09 the deadlines with care and caution.
RZSQOK There were few experienced members on the
1953-54 staff, but all the staff members were bursting
with inspiration and ideas. We have endeavored to enclose
in these pages your Fruitland High School memories of
We, the staff, wish to thank the faculty and student
body for their sincere cooperation throughout the produc-
tion period. We also wish to thank Mr. Harano, our photo-
graher, for his patience and understanding.
It is our hope that you, the students of Fruitland High,
enjoy the annual as much as we have enjoyed producing it
Members of your 1953-54 Annual Staff
SEATED FIRST ROW LEFT TO
RIGHT: D. Martin, P. McCabe.
SECOND ROW: I. Cleverly, R.
Strawn. THIRD ROW: M. Braw-
ner, R. Vanderpool, M. Milton,
M. Baines, L. Tschirgi, M. Ire-
land, J. Dorrah, I. Oyama.
FOURTH ROW: L. Derie, I.Bing-
aman, L. Amos, D. Covington,
B. Reimers, M. Stephens, G. E1-
dred, E. Evans. STANDING: B.
Montague, Miss Judy fAdvisorj,
I. Van Matre, V. Butler, E. Lim-
baugh, N. Cross, B. Gross.
I f News New! NEWS
ROW I LEFT TO RIGHT:
G. Eldred, C. Dale. ROW 2: P. Smith, S.
Preston, E. Limbaugh, P. McCabe, N. Shaf-
fer. ROW 3: I. I-lartle, C. Vaughn, M.
Johnson, C. Jones, C. Fry. ROW 4: D. Ly-
singer, F. Tannlund, I. Baines, N. Schubert,
D. Larkin, S. Shannon. ROW 5: D. Cros-
sley, D. Lisenby, V. Samuels, I. Bell, E.
Boxberger, R. Palmer. ROW 6: Miss Judy,
Advisor: J. Van Matre, B. Bright, R. Glas-
son, I. Burham, N. Palmer, H. Sager.
TALK O' THE SCHOOL
Yes, it was the talk of the school!
What?--the GRIZZLY GAZETTE!
Who? --why, it was published by the Junior Class
Where '? --in Fruitland High School, of course!
When?--1953-54, our school year!
Why? --to inform and entertain you, the students
of Fruitland High!
The Junior Class ele ctedV irginia Butler as
your editor and Joyce Dorrah as your assistant
editor. The two chose a very capable staff and
soon the news boiled from the press as honey
pours from the comb. Yes, they were very busy
bees! But you know we have really enjoyed work
ing for you. We only hope we have been of ser-
vice to you!
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ROW I, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Hansen, Advisor: P. Brockus, P. McCabe, D. Hart, I. Hutchinson, C. Howell, T. Cook
W. Powell, C. Skeans, D. Ireland, D. Reece, J. Wuehler. ROW 2: W. Pullin, R. Heitz, S. Bolz, E. Spangler, D.
Coble, E. Van Matre, C. Eldred, G. Henderson, N. Cross, J. Bright. ROW 3: H. Parker, N. Stokes, R. Sturm, J. Hartle
D. Covington, P. McCabe, L. Carpenter, P. Scalph. ROW 4: D. Crossley, L. Walker, I. Matsubu, B. Alexander, D.
Shuster, D. Kurz, D. Lysinger, L. Williams. ROW 5: E. Ashmore, C. Myers, V. Hansen, R. Henggeler, D. Martin, R
Jones, G. Groves, H. Field, L. Betts, E. Field.
F. F. H.
Neil Cross, F.F.A, President,
Greta Eldred, F, H. A, President.
The F, F. A, officers for the
53-54 school year were Neil Cross,
President, Ned Stokes, Secretary,
Lyle Derie, Treasurer, Joe Hartle,
Reporter, Peter McCabe, Vice Presi
dent, and Paul McCabe, Sentinel.
We participated in seven district
judging contests. They were dairy
products, livestock, meats, farm
machineries, crops, poultry, and
We had a state judging contest
at Moscow, Idaho, in June that in-
cluded all of the above contests.
The Fruitland Chapter sponsored
the Ag. Ball and took part in the
ROW I, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Fry, I. Secoy, C. Points, N. Shaffer, M. Scalf, W. Johnson, R. Copeland, J. Cary, K.
Hale, B. Reimers, L. Tschirgi, D. Ireland. ROW 2: J. Maine, P. Jones, I. Vanderpool, B. Isabell, C. Fry, D. Prawirz,
L. Hayes, M. Newman, J. Hager, J. Mootz, Miss Brown, Advisor. ROW 3: N. Palmer, J. Cross, V. Maine, C. Graves,
P. Harold, M. Higley, G. Graham, B. Branscomb, J. Burham, C. Jones, V. Butler, V. Tschirgi. ROW 4: S. Wood, S.
Cruson, S. Preston, M. Talbot, 1. Chester, M. Wenzel, L. Strawn, J. Martin, D. Evans, L. Amos, B. Gross, C. Dale.
ROW 5: C. Keck, D. Cleverly, J. Fitzsimmons, B. Dennett, M. Stephens, M. Brawner, I. Dorroh, M. Merritt, C.
Homan, J. Preston.
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U' A X f, 5 of our new advisor, Miss
6 Sig? iifii asf' S4 Brown, and our officers,
Q af!! fi' g ,MO who were elected at the
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term, the Future Home-
makers of America started
another busy year with their formal initiation on
October 29, 1953.
They observed F, H, A, Week by presenting a thirty
minute radio program.
Six delegates and six members attended the dis-
trict meeting at Meridian on October 17, 1953, The
local chapter was represented by two delegates at the
State F. H. A. Convention in Twin Falls.
The F, H, A, members entered a large number of
exhibits in the Fruitland Vocational Spring Fair.
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: 1. Bingaman,
V.Pres.g G. Eldred, Pres.gJ.Ma1-tin,
Sec.gV. Butler, Treas.gROW 2: J. Dorra
Pub.Mgr.: M. Stephens, Parliamentarian
D.Cleverly, Pub. Mgr., D. Evans,
The Girls' League is a community
service organization organized in Fruit-
land in 1950.
The following officers were chosen
at the beginning of the year: June Oyama,
President, Janet Van Matre, Vice Presi-
f dentg Sheryl Shannon, Secretaryg Marjorie
Brawner, Treasurer, Shirley Preston, Re
porterg Miss Grable, Advisor.
For our projects this year we made a
602693 scrapbook for the hospital and helped a
309 eg? needy family at Christmas time. Later
Q4 in the year We sponsored a very success-
ROW I, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Montague, M. Newman, M. Christensen, G. Fry, J. Van Matre, M. Brawner,
S. Shannon, S. Preston, P. Smith, J. Preston, B. Gross, C. Dale., ROW 2: C. Updegraff, M. Taylor, B.
Isbell, C. Fry, C. Prawitz, N. Shaffer, L. Tschirgi, D. Ireland, L. Strawn, J. Burham, C. Jones, W. John-
son. ROW 3: C. Graves, C. Vaughn, B. Reimers, B. Dennett, R. Copeland, M. Talbot, R. Vanderpool,
M. Merritt, C. Homan, F. Tannlund, B. Reimers, S. Cruson. ROW 4: M. Stephens, Miss Grable, Advisor,
I. Dorroh, M. johnson, V. Samuels, G. Graham, B. Branscomb, C. Krahn, J. Cleverly, J. Mootz. ROW 5:
J. Fitzsimmons, D. Cleverly, F. Lockner, J. Hager, R. King, O. Britton, J. Martin, L. Amos, V. Tschirgi.
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by the students at try-outs
in the fall were Marilyn
Mattoch, Mall Letha Baines,
and Earlene Tyree. They
led the yells at football
games, basketball games,
and led the pep assemblies.
Little "Annie" Bellon
was our Mascot. She was
dressed identically like the
., A LEFT TO RIGHT, TOP TO BOTTOM: Phyllis Smith,
Konnie Hale, Frances Tannlund, Joanne Bingaman,
At the beginning of the school year a new ma-
jorette, Konnie Hale, was chosen to fill the posi-
tion left by Barbara Daniels. The returning ma-
jorettes were Myrna Johnson, Frances Tannlund,
Phyllis Smith, and Joanne Bingaman. Frances
Tannlund and Joanne Bingaman shared the position
of Drum Majorette in leading the drills and parades.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Earlene Tyree, Mall Letha Baines, Marilyn Mattoch
MAIORETTES, LEFT TO RIGHT: I. Bingaman, P. Smith, F. Tannlund, K. Hale, M. Johnson. ROW I, SEATED: C.
Carnefix, M. Christensen, R. Vanderpool, M. Scalph, V. Christensen, P. Christensen, I. Secoy. ROW 2: V. Taylor,
J. Carnefix, R. Stephens, M. Cary, I. Cary, C. Jones, J. Vanderpool, D. Prawitz. P. Jones, F. Schmid. ROW 3: B.
Baldwin, L. Dorathy. L. Hutchinson, D. Shuster, D. Reece, G. I-lendersen, N. Mogenson, K. Sager, K. Evans, G.
Groves, D. Wilson, T. Neilsen, N. Shubert. ROW 4, STANDING: B. Dennett, J. Cross, T. Cook, N. Palmer, B.Trus
sell, Mr. Purcell, Director.
Under the capable leadership of John Purcell, the
Band has taken part in many activities this year.
To start the year they marched at the Jamboree at
Parma. On Armistice Day the Fruitland Band and the
New Plymouth Band put on a performance during the
Peggy Christensen, student director, led the band
at all the football and basketball games held at home.
The Fruitland High Band took part in the Christmas
Parade held in Boise on November 28, and played at
the Music Festival and Clinic. They gave a winter Con-
cert in December.
The climax of the year came when they took part in
the Apple Blossom Festival and Parade.
The Band not only furnished entertainment through-
out the year, but also raised money for new uniforms
by sponsering the School Carnival in November.
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ROW Ig C. Dale, J. Cleverly, J. Burham, L. Tschirgi, D. Lisenby, D. Cleverly, C. Fry, G. Fry, Mr. Purcell,
Director. ROW 2: E. Tyree, E. Evans, J. Martin, N. Stokes, N. Cross, S. Bolz, B. Gross, M. Higley, L. Strawn.
ROW 3: J. Dorrah, M. Talbot, D. Evans, I. Bell, M. Milton, M. Stephens, M. Merritt.
The gay choristers of Fruitland High under the direction
of Mr. Purcell carried on many activities this year, among
which were Festivals, Clinics, Concerts, and an Operetta.
A girls sextet composed of Jerilyn Cleverly, Deone
Cleverly, Mary Beth Stephens, Marilyn Merritt, Merlyn
Milton, Evelyn Evans and a boys' quartet made up of Kenneth
Keck, Neil Cross, Neil Mogensen and Harley Sager contrib-
uted greatly to the programs.
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Football Jamboree, Parma rises over Fruitland, 6-0.
Good start, Fruitland overpowers Parma, 19-6.
Grizzlies trample Payette, 30-13.
First day of school--we meet once again.
Fruitland downs Marsing, 25-13.
Grizzlies bow to Notus, 7-13.
Senator Welker gives talk on Communism.
Teachers' Annual Convention at Boise.
Fruitland defeated by Wilder, 18-39.
National Assembly presents Snow Allen.
Joyce Dorroh reigns over annual Ag. Ball.
Grizzlies trounce Middleton, 39-6.
Fruitland downs Homedale, 38-6.
Halloween Dance sponsored by Student Council.
Grizzlies emerge victoriously over Adrian, 33-6.
Fruitland falls to New Plymouth, 12-19, in the
Armistice Day Game.
Annual S, R, V, Student Officers Conference at Nyssa.
Band Carnival, Mary Beth Stephens and Milton McEwen
chosen "Goof and Goofus. "
Thanksgiving vacation begins. V
Grizzlies edged by Marsing, 37-39.
Fruitland High School gives exchange assembly.
Fruitland tramples New Plymouth on home floor, 46-37
Grizzlies fall before Parma, 36-42.
Senior Class presents 3-act play, "Finders Creepers."
FFA and Fl-IA skating party.
B, J. C. A capella Choir presents Christmas concert.
National Assembly, "Experiments with Electricity. "
Fruitland wins over Adrian, 56-37.
Grizzlies trounce Homedale, 72-45.
Glee Club and Band present Winter Concert.
Grizzlies fall to Middleton, 46-60.
Speech Class presents One-Act Plays.
"F" Club and Pep Club skating party.
Glee Club has caroling party.
Virginia Butler and Peter McCabe reign over Sno Ball.
F. H. 5. Christmas party--Christmas vacation begins.
Back to school!
Fruitland overpowers Notus, 54-32.
Grizzlies bow to Wilder, 46-60. u
National Assembly presents magic and puppet show.
1954 March of Dimes Box Social.
Marsing goes home undefeated, 52-45.
New Plymouth presentes Exchange Assembly.
Fighting Grizzlies fall to New Plymouth, 42-57.
New Plymouth and Fruitland Faculty game.
National Assembly presents "Juggling" act.
Fruitland loses to Parma, 29-43.
Grizzlies overpower Adrian, 55-38.
Pep Club has the Block of Dimes.
Fruitland stands victorious over Homedale, 54-32.
Emmett High School orchestra entertains us.
Music Clinic at Boise,
Middleton tramples Grizzlies, 43-47.
Fruitland slaughters Notus, 53-33.
Music Clinic at Payette.
"F" Club has box social.
Fruitland won over Payette Pirates, 48-45.
Grizzlies go down in defeat to Wilder, 39-41.
Mr. America of 1948 gave us a National Assembly.
P, T, A. Talent Show.
Sub-district Tournament at Fruitland.
Parma Exchange Assembly.
F. F. A, Banquet.
National Assembly presents Chief Little Deer.
Speech clinic at Meridian.
Sweetheart's Ball presented by Seniors.
College of Idaho Concert Choir.
Junior Class Play, "Hillbilly Weddin"'
Fruitland meets Adrian on home field.
Grizzlies play ball at Middleton.
District Music Festival.
S, R, V, Track Relays.
Fruitland entertains Notus at Fruitland.
Fruitland plays Homedale at Fruitland.
Wilder prepares to welcome the Grizzlies.
Fruitland and Parma tangle on the Grizzly field.
Fruitland journeys to Marsing.
Grizzlies at New Plymouth--last game.
Glee Club Operetta.
S. R. V. Track Meet.
District 3 Track Meet at Meridian.
Senior Class night.
Commencement, and farewell to Fruitland High.
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Groceries and Fishing Tackle
Fruitland Phone 843 Idaho
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CREAM STYLE GOLDEN SWEET CORN
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Sprlng Canyon Coal
Hardware Tools Revere Ware
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Grower and Shmppers
Fertmhzers Spray Machlnes
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Bowl For Fun
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Gayway Jct. Idaho
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Gas and Groceries
Fruitland Phone 8ZJ-12
Ed and Zelma
Best Wlshes tothe Class of "54'
MADGE'S BEAUTY SALON
Phone 109 53 Frultland
FRUITLAND CASH MARKET
Shop wlth Conf1dence
GUERNSEY GOLD DAIRY
A Full L1ne
Pasteunzed Da1ry Products
at your serv1ce
THE JEWEL BOX
Watches D1amonds S1lver
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Congratulatlons and Best Wlshes From
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Complete Lmes of Furnlture
Floor Cover1ng,s and
Where Good Clothes Cost Less
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The House of Paper
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Canvas and Tarps Camp1ng Supplles
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Phone 745 Payette
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The Dependable Furniture Store
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Automotive Parts and Equipment
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A Complete Insurance Service
Bancroft Hotel Building
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All Varieties of Fruit, Shade, and
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Phone 18-52 Fruitland, Idaho
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Music and Television
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