Gooding High School - Toponis Yearbook (Gooding, IN)

 - Class of 1956

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Inlater years as we go our separate ways we shall have these memories that will live forever. icate this edition of Toponis to Mr. Elmer Eddington. During the ten years that Mr. Eddington has been in Gooding High School he has done outstanding work with the stu- dents through the classroom and class ac- tivities. He has long been Senior Class advisor and has given his undivided super- vision to many of the Seniors' formal acti- vities. We feel thatwe are speaking for the entire Student Body when we say that every student respects and looks up to Mr. Ed- dington. I 2 4 'El .U ,.-.4 , - ,-.mpxg u 1-S.-anus .. 6. 1'5i-, jf gzaefz'-ff"-' " 2 'bif- ,Ks 2 , r"Q,r'TW .A M4 -534: ,ww gh gg Q5 ,- ' f ff: .. A, A RQA, - f V ff? nib A ' ,X are ZW ' , J , ::.. '-' .,:" 'K A V-A "M my -Q3-www Qt: A 3ggi53gaiw2g.:1-5... 3, f 4. Y fb ills, ,L .1 ""' l Mr. Villers is a well-known personality in Gooding High School. In the years he has been principal at Gooding he has Won the respect and ad- miration of many of the stu- dents. Members of the School Board are the deciding factors in many decisions which face the School District. Clockwise around the table areg Mr. Harold Hobson, Mr. Percy Brown, Chairman R. L. Van Houten, Mr. Wayne Holloway. and Mr. Earl France. 4 Leona Patterson's work as clerk is to keep records of the school board meeting and provide an accurate account of school funds. Mr. Ingersoll is one of the main officials of Gooding School District. l-le works in harmony with the School Board as they strive to improve school conditions. 5 lyf' MRS. BERNICE WALSH Degree: A. B. Hobby: People Subjects: Mathe- matics MR. ELMER EDDINGTON Degree: B. S. Hobby: Sports, Hunt- ing, Fishing Subjects: Chemistry. Physics, Sr. Science. Driver Training MR. WALTER L. DURFEE Degree: B S. Hobby: Hunting. Fishing Subjects: English. Speech MR. VINCEN CARTER Degree: A. B. Hobby: Hunting Subjects: Geometry, Bookkeeping MRS. GLEN DeBRUINE Degree: B. M. Hobby: Skiing Subjects: English, Physical Education MISS MAUDE DURFEE Degree: B. A. Hobby: Raising flowers Subjects: Typing, Shorthand ai 1 .. , felilms.. 3 FACULTY MR. DEAN SISSON Degree: B. A. Hobby: Hunting Subjects: English, Physical Education. Assistant Coach MR. Degr Hobb Subje MR. MAU Degre Hobb Arts STER DEAHL :B.S. 1 Sports ts: Agriculture "EN L. AN : M. A. Sports Subjegrtsz Algebra. Crafts. Shop i L-.-Q-1--' J. P3 o- U0 fl' M I MISS JUANITA WESTON Degree: A. B. Hobby: Sewing. Cook- ing, Playing Spanish Guitar Subjects: Spanish 1. 11. Girls' Health, Librarian MR. JERRY REED Degree: M. S. Hobby: Hunting. Fishing Subjects: Biology. Boys' Health. General Math., Basketball Coach MRS. HOPE M. CLEMONS Degree: B. A. Hobby: Growing Roses Subjects: English. Home Economics .fo-nu.. Q 'WW Cnr' , MR. DON HALL Degree: M. Ed. Hobby: Hunting. Fishing Subjects: Band. Chorus MRS. ELIZABETH MILLER Degree: B. A. Hobby: Reading.Go1f Gardening Subjects: English. History MR. GEORGE KLINCHUCH Degree: B. A. Hobby: Hunting, Fishing Subjects: History. Government STUDENT COUNCILP At the end of each year, Gooding elects Student Body Officers to lead the Student Council in deci- sions. This year's Treasurer is Mary Lou Graves. Julia Sabala carries out the duties of Secretary while Gene Gentry, Vice-Presi- dent, assists the President, Larry Robertson. John Roy Sr. Class President Peggy Gee Sr. Class Representative Earl Royce Sr. Class Representative Alaire Dickson Jr. Class President Murlene l-lelderman Jr. Class Representative Frank Nelson Jr. Class Representative Mary Martin Soph. Class President Karan Ingersoll Soph. Class Representative Pete Martin Soph. Class Representative Jim Moyer Frosh. Class President Annie Lou Graves Frosh. Class Representative ww? L ' Dale Bliss Frosh. Class Representative "Yin E' SENICRS RAYMOND ADAMS "Corny" F.F.A. 1.2.3.4. MARY ASPITARTE "-Marty" Cheer1eader2,4g Pep Club 1,2.3,4g Chorus 1,3g Home- coming Queen 4g Student Council 3g Youth Legis- lature 3g Ski Club 3,4. CAROL BLISS "Raunchy" Pep Club 1,2.3,4g Secre- tary, Treasurer 4g Drill Master 3g Girls' League Exec. Council 2g Student Council 1. SHIRLEY BAKER "Shirl" Home Ec. Club 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4. LOUISE BECKER "Weaze" Home Ec. Club 1,2.3,4g "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3g Chorus 1.'2,3. 10 Senior Class Officers are. from LEFT TO RIGHT: Royce Chigbrow. Treasurerg Bill Gericke, Secretaryg John Roy, Presidentg and Ted Nehrbass. Vice-President. WALTER BICKETT "Magoo" Football 1,2,3,4g Class President2g Student Coun- cil 1.2g Boys' State 33 F.F.A. lg Boys' "G" Club 3.4. SHARON BISSETT "Sheri" Pep Club 1,2,3g Band 1.2. 3,4g Home Ec. Club lg Pep Band 3.4g "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3. Music Clinic 3. CORAL BLISS "Pinky" Pep Club 1.2.3.4g Girls' League Rep. 2g Girls League Secretary, Treas- urer 3g Girls' League Presi- dent 4. ELAINE BROWN "Blondie" Senator 2.3,4g Editor 3.45 Pep Club 1,2.3.4g Home Ec. Club 4. LAWRENCE LEE CALKINS "Nibbles" "G" Club 3.45 Football 1. '2,3,4g Track 1,2.4g F,F,A. 1,2,4. IEANETTE A. CARLSON "Agatha" Rifle Club 35 Pep Club 1, 2,3,4g President 4g Home EC. Club lg Ski Club 4g Chorus 1.25 Projectionist 4. ll ROYCE CHIGBROW "Chig" Camera Club 1,2.3.4g Secretary. Treasurer 1.25 Projectionist 2.3,4g "The Valiant" 43 Gem Boys' State 33 Track lg Football 1.2.4g Class Officer 4g "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3. GERALDINE CASSELL "Gerry" Pep Club 1,2.3.4g "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3g "Don'tTake My Penny" 3g Thespian 2. KYLE Cl-IENEY "Red" "G" Club 3,45 F.F,A. lg SkiClub3.4g CameraClub 2g Track Manager 2,33 "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3g "OurTown"3g Football 1. SHARON COPSEY "Chopsey" Pep Club 2.3,4g Home Ec. Club 1g Thespians4g "Men Are Like Streetcars" 35 A Cappella Choir 1.2.3,4g Music Clinic 2g Girls' Ensemble 2g Girls' League Exec. Council 4. SHARON CRANNEY "Cranberry" Pep Club l,2,3,4g Home Ec. Club 1,2.3g Chorus 1. 2. EILEEN DALTON "Dippy" "Men Are Like Streetcars" 35 Pep Club l,2,3,4g Frosh- Soph Cheerleader 29 Varsity Cheerleader 4. JANET DENNY "Peanuts" Home Ec. Club 45 Chorus ,1.2,a.4. CAREL LEE DILLE "Bubbles" Home Ec. Club 1.2.3.4. BOB C. ENYART "Filbert" Rifle Club lg "G" Club 2, 3,45 Ski Club 3,4g Foot- ball 1,2.3.4g Track 1.2.3. 4. BOB FREDERICKSEN "Fred" F.F.A. 1,2,3.4: Vice Presi- dent 35 Secretary 4. ROSALIE GARCIA "Rosy Lee" Pep Club 1,2.3,4g Home Ec. Club 1,45 Chorus 1.2. 3. 12 PEGGY GEE "Tode" Pep Club 1.2 ,3,4g Thespian 4g "Be Home By Midnight" 4gA CappellaChorus 1.2,3. 4g Student Council 4g Girls' Ensemble 2g Music Clinic 1,2,4. KAREN GELSKEY "Gabby" Pep Club 3.45 Chorus 2. JOE GOSS "Gozzo" Pep Band 2,3,4: Dance Band 4: Brass Choir 2.3: Legislators 2.3: Music Clinic 1,2.3,4 MARY LOU GRAVES "Genie" Girls' "G" Club 1.2.3.4: Sec. Treas. 2: Home Ec. Club 1.2.3.4: President 3: Pep Club 1.2.3,4: Camera Club 4: Senator staff 2.3: Student Body Treasurer 4. DOUGLAS GRIFFITH " Griff" Ski Club 3: Rifle Club 2. 4. WA YNE GROVE "Doc" Rifle Club 4: Baseball 2, 4: Football 3,4. PATRICIA HARDCASTLE "Pear1ie" Home Ec. Club 1.2: Thespian 4: "Be Home By Midnight" 4: The Valiant 4. RALPH HAZLETON "Digit" RifleC1ub1: Camera Club 3,4: Secretary 3: "Our Town" 2: Archery Club 2. I3 LARRY HOBSON "Hobbie" Camera Club 1,2,3.4: Vice President 3: President 4: Thespian 4: "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3: "The Valiant" 4: Legislators 2: Music Clinic 1.2,3. CLARENCE HOWARD "Clancy" F.F,A, 1.2,3.4: Band 2.3: Rifle Club 3: Camera Club 4. BOB LANGE "Ignatz" F,F.A. 1,3,4. LARRY LANE "Lee" Rifle Club 1,2,4: A Cappella choir 3: Band 1. 2.3,4: Dance Band 4: Pep Band 2.3,4: Baseball 2.4: gMen Are Like Streetcars" LINDA LAUDER "Laudie" Drum Majorette 4: Pep Band 2.3,4: Dance Band 4: Music Clinic 1 ,2,3.4: Class Treasurer 3: Annual Staff 3.4: Girls' "G" Club 1,2, 3.4: President 4. VIRGINIA LAUGHLIN "Bennie" Pep Club l,2.3.4. DARYL LOVELAND "J. P. Circumstances" Class President 1: Out- standing Frosh: Rifle Club 1.2: President2: "G" Club 3.4: Thespians 3.4: Gem Boys' State 3: Youth Legislature 3,4: "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3: "The Stolen Prince" 3: "Don't Take My Penny" 3: "The Valiant" 4: Class Vice- President 3: Annual Staff 3.4: Editor 4: Basketball 2,3,4: Baseball 2. EILEEN MAESTAS "Joikus" Annual Staff 3.4: Thespian 3.4: Vice-President 4: National Thespian 4: "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3: Girls' League Exec. Coun- cil 3. LEEROY B. MELLIES "Jel1y Beans" F.F.A, l.2,3,4: Basketball 2,4: Rifle Club 1. ALBERT MICHALS " Mike" Rifle Club 4: Chorus 1. 14 FRANCIS MILLER "Frank" Camera Club 1.2,3: Foot- ball 1.2: Music Clinic 1. 2,3,4: Dance Band 3.4: Pep Band 3.4: Legislators 2,3: "Our Town" 2. JACK MINK "Jackson" F.F.A. 1,4: Rifle Club 3: Archery Club 2: Chorus 2. 3. EDGAR MINTUN .. Ed.. Glenns Ferry High: Basket- ball 1: Footba.1l2: Gooding High: Football 4: Boys' "G" Club 4: Camera Club 4. JOAN MUFFLEY WJOII Pep Club 1,2.3.4: Home Ec. Club4: Class President 3: Class Treasurer 1: "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3: Student Council 3: Girls' State 3. TED NEHRBASS "Tingwalls" Gem Boys' State 35 Class Vice-President 4g Camera Club 4. LYNN OAKLEY "Hyena" Pep Club 1.2.3.4g Girls' "G" Club 1.2. KENNETH OLSON "Swede" Football2,3g Rifle Club 1. 23 Ski Club lg F.F.A. 1. GARY OSBORNE "Ozzie" Camera Clublg Rifle Club 25 Boys' "G" Club 3.4g Sec. Treas. 45 F.F.A. 15 Football 1.2.3.4g Basket- ball l.2.3.4g Track 3.43 Ski Club 3.4. BARBARA OWINGS "Barb" Chorus 1.2.35 Home Ec. Club 3.4. COE PETERSON ll Pete!! Student Council 3g Archery Club 25 Rifle Club 4. RICHARD J. PHILIPS "Jack Rabbit' Camera Club 2.3: Rifle Club lg Football l.2.4g "The Valiant" 44 Baseball 4. CLOYD POTTER "Terror" "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3. "Don't Take My Penny" 35 "The Stolen Prince" 3g Thespian 3.4g President 45 Rifle Club 2.3. 15 -LL JACK REED "Cowboy" F.F.A. 1.43 Archery Club 2. LARRY ROBERTSON "Robbie" Student Council 3.4p Stu- dent Body Pres.4g Student Body Vice-Pres. 35 Camera Club 1.2g President 2g Vice-President lg SkiClub 1.2.3g Gem Boys' State 3: Baseball Manager lg Golf 2.3.45 Pep Band 1.2.3.4g Dance Band 3.45 Movie Operator 2. JOHN ROY "Jack" Rifle Club 15 F.F,A. 15 Camera Club 1,25 Boys' "G" Club 3,45 "Our Town" 25 Class Vice-President 25 Class President 45 Football 1,2,3.45 Basketball 2,45 Student Council 45 "The Valiant" 45 Boys' State 35 Ski Club 3. EARL ROYSE "Squirre1y" No. 1 Pep Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 3,45 Band Clinic 45 Ensemble 25 Football 15 Archery Club 25 Student Council 45 Ski Club 4. MEARL ROYSE "Squirre1y" No. 2 Football 15 Basketball 15 Baseball 15 Pep Band 2,35 Camera Club 3,45 Chorus 35 Band Clinic 35 Band Festiva1l,25 Boys'State 3. RAY SABALA "Rastus" F.F,A. 1,2,3.45 President 45 Secretary 45 Boys' "G" Club 3,45 Football 2,3.45 Basketball 2,3,45 Track 3, 4 JERRY SCHRAFT "Bil1y" Home Ec. Club 1,2,35 President 45 Thespian 25 Girls' "G" Club 3. DARRELL SMITH "Smitty" Boys' "G" Club 3,45 Rifle Club 15 Basketball l,3,45 Football 1,45 Track 1,45 Granite High School5 Salt Lake, Utah 2. Tl-IERON SPENCER 'Spence" F.F,A, 1.2.35 Sentinel 25 Basketball 2,3.45 Football 25 Track 45 Rifle Club 45 Vice-President 4. COLLEEN ST, CLAIR "Coe" Pep Band 2,3.45 Dance Band 45 Pep Club 15 "The Night of January 16" 15 "Men Are Like Streetcars" 35 Girls' "G" Club 1,2.3. 45 Thespians 2,3.45 Class Treasurer 35 MusicClinic 3,45 Ski Club 3,4. DICK STEWART .. Jo.. Boys' "G" Club2,3,45 Foot- ball 1,2.3.45 Basketball 1. 2.3.45 Track 1,2,3,45 Rifle Club 25 F.F,A. 35 Mechanics Club 15 Golf 3. SHARON STEWART "Sherry" Pep Club 15 Home Ec. Club 1,25 Thespians 2.3, 45 Secretary, Treasurer 45 Easter Play 1,25 Decla- mation 2.45 " Men Are Like Streetcars" 35 "Don't Take My Penny" 35 Chorus 1.25 National Thespian 45 All School Play 4. DENNIS S UMMERS llDen1Y Boys' "G" Club 45 Football 4: F.F.A. 4. GLEN UMPHENOUR "Moon" F.F.A. 1,2,3g Rifle Club 4g "Belle of Bagdad" 2. DONNA VARIN "Cherub" Pep Club 1,2 ,3,4g Drill Master 3g Home Ec. Club 1.2: Acapella Choir 3: "Men Are Like Streetcars" 3: "G" Club Oueen 4. HELEN WAGEMAN nwagieu Home Ec. Cluh 1.2.3. DARRELL WANAMAKER "Watermaker" Glenns Ferry Highg Baseball 1,2g Gooding High, Rifle Club 4, Baseball 4. 17 JERRY WEBER "Hermon" Rifle Club 1, Ski Club 3: Camera Club 4g Archery Club 2. FRANK WOLFE "Frankie" F.F.A. 1,3,4g Rifle Club 2g Range Master 33 President 4. JIM WRIGHT "Popeye" F.F.A. 1,25 Boys' "G" Club 2 ,3 ,4g President 4: Football 2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Bas- ketball 1 ,2,3,4g Boys' State 3g Class Treasurer 2. JEANETTE CRAWFORD FINCK "lea" Clarkston High School 1,2g Gooding High School, Pep Club 3. N9 QY5 ss o0' e , Q6 Qxgvjrixxoxv Nw old 'Q 6 X660 X xl' Qieg X609 ' V555 ,Q Q65 - Oi 'XCZ Q0 Sings ' , Xxx 2' ga QXQQ Q4 3,9 K1 XO ei ' X6 S92 ye K Oioji Q63 CASS Royce Abernathy Jerry Barthlome Carol Rae Byram Marc Chigbrow Georgia Daniel Carl Ashmead Gene Behunin Maxine Carrico Milford Condie Kenny DeThorne Lucy Astorquia Lois Behunin Janet Celaya Robert Curtis Alaire Dickson Q ,.-'.: 3 lyke? Q tif Q rf gg ,ew r r G -t m , gtg: Qty Gerald Eslinger Dick Graves . tgp: D vpn f f - 'Q .,,,-f if: ' A 3. ' f L l jf 3. : a l ' I 'l is si, V 4?0 C , 'Q ' L 1 ' Hg- ' 5 . D ,, 3 ' " ' 1 .-' L' - sf 'r' A 0 0 T V I t, .,. A , A 15 ' ' 0 Q , -fmif.. Fred Faulkner W Sharon Graves ' 7 ,.r'-' fb - hun. ,Q 'Q if - I IE ' - ftzziriv rafters fw fr 'Sf 4. , 'F ., ,S 'W lx t 1 .. w Y Y f s .. it 14150 YS... bons, Murlene Helderman, Walter Hen- ry, Larry Hill, Beverly Hood, Jeanette Jasper,Faye Jones, Jerry Koeppen, Anne Lemke, Gwen Loucks. ww is? y Q sz' 1 U h V 1 A f Betty Ferrm. Gene Gentry, Larry Gib- N Mfg Hr Q +-3 E? .ft:- fr.t Y J ll I .. ' V .fo . t, , i ,mt 'xr -asf.. V ,V ,?g3!z. A1'V:'i V Rf V - ,ii . te -55,-2f1r33?21?' ' is t4g2Ss'gt K 1 J RTS Sal f I , aegis? X l ' f - s G t . Q Qs ww t r- v , A klsr T tt D xv 455 f -Q. J' 4.5 Rose Low Clark Meek Donna McKinney Dean Mintun Karen Morrison Myrna Moyer 'Shown above are some students who are enjoying themselves at one of thc Junior Class sponsored after-game dances. Frank Nelson Velta Nelson Keith Newhouse Jack Nielsen Frances Owens Carol Osborne Arlene Patterson Larry Robertson Sharline Roy Julia Sabala David Smith Donna Tate Phyllis Trosper Rosemary Varin Sharon Walker Ray Willms Ervin Wimmer Loretta Woolley K in. XX is i t L 0 t SOPHOMORES Sophomore Class officers are from LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Martin, Presidentg Kenny Lyons, Vice-Presidentg Carol Copsey, Secretary-Treasurer. Nona Adams Walter Adams Georgia Aspitarte Floyd Betty Q Bruce Blackburn Patricia Brown Diane Burton Gale Butka Sandra Camp V Tw .PE 20 Wayne Cheney Charlene Chigbrow Gary Chigbrow Sharon Christopherson Roger Condie Carol Copsey Don Daubner Betty Deahl Ion Dunham Ann Eddington LaMar Evans Howard Flake Richard Garica Dale Gentry Charlene Gericke David Goodwin Betty Goodwin Margaret Griggs 4- ...f X z L at 6. 3 Q 'q""f 5 , A A wiv ,Q is W .4 x 4-,wa will Z' 5 is t N4 1 fig 'T yd fi K ,A J! t W lr 1 I I X 'fm' . lim'-A Phyllis Hanson Marvin Harding Henry Hayes Alan Kendrick Lorna Kulhanek Bonnie Lemke Ver lene Henson Donna Hi ll Doug Hill Kenny Ly on Mary Martin Lloyd McLeod David Howard Nora Howard Karan Ingersoll Betty Meyer LeRoy M ink Jerry Morgan Carolyn Johnson Kenneth I unkert Carol Kaneaster Lois Muffley John Meyers Judy Newhouse Glenda Nielson Marta Norris Bill Novis Nina Palmer Carolyn Rast Francis Reis Carroll Watson Martlna Stevens Stan Westendorf Pauline Walton Bo b Wills - Jerry Wilson Helen Wood Lynn Woodb 22 ury Barbara Reisinger Everett Rice Henry S avage 2fH 'I Danae Wright Jud ith Robertson Carol Edholm Jim Shaw Mick Sorelle Wilma Spence 1' . T l Lee Carrico Marvel Edholm Freshman Class officers this year are, from LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Drake, Vice-Presidentg Judy Beerly, Secretaryg Walter Locke, Treasurerg Jim Moyer, President. Harold Choate Gene Egeler F R H M E N Roma Lynn Cranney Scorr Anderson Gary Behunin Dale Bliss Conrad Becker Mary Elin Boger Judy Beerly Marilyn Braga 23 Marilyn Eichelberg Earl Brown Donna Daniel Ray Gibbons Donita Burton Larry Drake Dick Goeckner Gayla Carrico Margaret Dunham Bonnie Goddard Annie Lou Graves Judy Ierread Judy Harding Newell Jones Shirley Harkins Tommy Hood Mary Ann Lehmann Alta Henry Dixie Hoyt Walter Locke Josephine Herrera Janet Low Juanita Hoag Mona Luther Mary Martin Loah Nielson Jimmy McGhee Lynda Nielson Gary McLaughlin Jim Moyer Elva Ann Nordby Martha Michals Jeri Nelson Ronald Parker Clarence Mink Mary Fern Patterson Ronald Morris Dennis Pike aff ii fn 1 ,l Ja: yy Gall Price Samme Savage Gene Reed Ann Severance Sharilyn Reeder Robert Sartor Carol Shipley Donna Reynolds Janice Sasser Wayne Skidmor Beverly Royse Kay Stevens C LuA nne Stevens Jerry Westendorf Eileen Summerville Nadine Wilkins Sallie Sutton Karen Wayment Eldon Wright Gary Swope Ray Weaver Judy Wylie Danny Walker Carol Hoodenpyle Is this the Senior Class President? if K Our "G" Club Queen? FAMILIAR FACES? " . 3: . J. ,gf S P S i 3 ki- "fii59z s '2.- .,,,. ...SL 5575? Q K xr LQ xx gf K 1 ? s M , 3 ,L as Q 6 Q QU ,ss , " . , ,. fs Z Q Aw, isn't she cute? What's the matter, little girl? Which twin has the Toni? lx ,h 'S 5 LU ss fist Ea., 3 ' asv v 2 1 Q C F - ' C , ,- T "Q 31 fx" 'TM TL' fi . . Z1- ' fa ,N ' J if U ff. C .Jug-.r,g35.,,.,-.a. ' 'flfigx-. wp, .N .,... . 26 The Freshmen get smaller each year. Do you recognize the Pep Club President? Q st Y M Dig that plunging neckline . ' , -V 4, ,T E You haven't changed a bit. un- W k A I 0 ICF 115 an 1 hi 1 ""liyf ly, Q 'mm QUTSTANDING STUDENTS aff 1 ,, L IIM MOYER Freshman . Q.. M . ,,e im 'rf'-"r .'uQii,32'f,hv u a- lynn irq-,Wy 14w,a4If1r5fS Ki?Jf k11i W NwNsefaLQfxifw1L2JsNw rs'W2AkfxwAva:,rvn1w MARY ASPITARTE Senior Girl DARYL LOVELAND Senior Boy ",:- Q MARY ASPITARTE JULIA SABALA Homecoming Queen Harvest Ball Queen fi J 1, . ,XJ RCYALTY DONNA VARIN G-Club Queen BILL GERICKE Pep Club Kmg N , - M . A 9 f W e 1 29 mx! e . 1- A -J-!'A'mg'3kctEHf.' H' RCYALTY CANDIDATES Homecoming Queen Aspitarte and Senior attendants, Colleen St. Clair, Elaine Brown, and Peggy Gee. Freshman attendant Annie Lou Graves, Harvest Ball Queen Julia Sabala, Sophomore attendant Carolyn Rast, and Senior attendant Sharon Copsey. -.1 Y v Sandra Camp Sophomore attendant, President Jim Wright, G-Club Queen Donna Varin, Janet Low Fresh- man attendant, and Arlene Patterson Junior attendant. 30 Senior candidates Theron Spencer and Gary Osborne, Pep Club King Bill Gericke, and President Jeanette Carlson. ,Q 'f U ' , .1 O! 0 o , .Af K Zio 0 o 2? fo 0 o x V f J 9 0 0 xi, o ox 0 . -Z, or , , v Wi- ,libs Z' '3 ,-,....--' Q Q Ass't. Editor Eileen Maestas Phyllis Trosper Business Manager TOPONIS STAFF QM Ed1tor-rn-Chlef Daryl Loveland Mr. Vrllersz Advlsor Linda Lauder: Art Ed. yum- X55 ut ,ML T H. O , in ' ?Q' 9. E , , e .A is-,sQi,i.94 X 'f' s.. .,. x f J ,yr 4. 4 Layout Editor Lucy Astorquia Larry Robertson Photography Dir Karan Ingersoll Lois Bcliunin Bus. Mgr. Reporter Mr. Villers Milford Condie Advisor Feature Writer SENATOR STAFF Elaine Brown Editor Pat Baldwin Ass't. Editor nnna . .-.psxwrw-W V31 Roscmatry Varin Dale Gentry Typist Sports Writer Verlene Henson Sharon Christopherson Feature Writer Reporter 'X 92,0 Jos 9.5 Ori 3' ,!k-W-:TSE uxvf. 51 I MOVIE OPERATCRS The movie operators assist the teachers in showing educational films for various classes. Also during the noon hour films are shown for the enjoyment of the students. Here Royce Chigbrow is demonstrating some of the fundamentals of the projector to some of the less experienced operators. ABOVE: Here the officers are demonstrating the correct methods of cooking. BELOW: Pictured are the Junior and Senior members of the club who are more familiar with the functions of the organization. LEFT: Officers of the F. F. A. club discuss the coming events. Presiding over the meeting is Ray Sabala, President. FUTURE FARMERS BELOW: Shown here are the Junior and Senior mem- bers of the F. F. A. club. The organization has been very successful in all events. Among their many group activities are exhibits at fairs and judging con- tests . WEBB YE UA SHSEP M F' W Ac: my 'gsm 'sv 2 P FEA. maxim mms ass: 5HlkHIQ13U2113 ar GlRL'S LEAGUE The Thespians Club is an organ- ization whichis composed of stu- dents interested in dramatics. During the year they stage a num- ber of plays under the supervision of Mt. Durfee. Several of the students are members of the National Thespians Club which requires stage experience. The Girl's League Council con- sists of President Coral Bliss, Vice-President Rosemary Varin, Secretary-Treasurer Lucy As- torquia and representatives from all classes and clubs. They plan the various Girl's League activi- ties and functions such as Gir1's League Dance andthe Easter pro- gram. THESPIANS in ...iff CLUB ?' Club 'sa sb Cam ,Ot of 5 Iva! U76 O . ue . Larry en' f new T0 RXGHTY A. V' S Bova, I are. hom -Tieasmet' at Ib U" Club this Yegtborne Secretary e ann!! .. I , 1 S ' , oim-,ewlqlfxiscsiacriwa Ly?:?s1,lu.PfeSldem' a G" llillgdvxfidvisorz limms' Cat ' ' Members of thc 1ettermen's club are, FRONT ROW, Kenny DeThorne. Dick Graves. Larry Hill, Dale Gentry. Lloyd Black- mer, Gary Osborne, Gene Gentry, Bob Enyart, Daryl Loveland. BACK ROWg Ray Sabala, Dick Stewart, Stanley Wentendorf Darrell Smith, Jim Wright, John Roy. Walter Bickett, Larry Robertson, Lawrence Calkins. -ur- 5 E! Q .f A ' I 1 11 xfgg-X W 1. , , w xx U ,L Shown are the Pep Club officers. LEFT - Z TO RIGHT are: Jeanette Carlson, Presi- ' H I , V U 3 1 dentgGeorgia Daniel and Sharon Graves, 'P N V-Q1 I Drill LeadersgCaro1 Bliss, Secretary and " ff? 1, L W11 v'Pr' f y ft .-.. - . ,, . - ,., gs? treasurer, oretta oo ey, ice esi E ,gg 4 1 . , 9 dentg Rose Low, Girls League Represen- " ' Fifi 3 I tative 142351 5 ' ' TW' . 4' I N 4 'ii I 4 P+' I X :BM- Ff' x ' U X 1 .w.si-'1'i3f'f4? aww-Q, a.::rai4ww-r2iT"' iff "3 'r 2 """'Wd5xi?51!1+y,,:zt5Qf'2?:f1i3QL'95ff1g-w:,---M-' ' M N ' ' ' 5' V P E P C L U B -we TF 13. 4 j- 1.f-st.. ii -'Q f' f..:.r.Q. 5.2.1. Below are members of the Pep Club and the cheerleaders. The Pep Club has drilled at intermissions of several of the games and has pro- vided enthusiastic support for the team. ,Q C7 eg ,L diffs' f M S M ,igeswm ,sf-D+ iff 1 r 1 - - . a t -. P' L W ' 'K f e' , F NS -1 i, V ' r..:"' v4' 'iiffl' ,l - ' m s ' 'VH ,Maisie-NM: 2 . , 1. u " 7, M af Y fi 'J' The Girls' GClub strives for varsity letters through various activities such as hiking. GIRLS' G CLUB golf, volleyball and basketball. r .4 on RIFLE CLUB ft! fig in I TI'C3Sl1l'Cl'. The Rifle Club is one of the more active or ganizations of Gooding High School At rifle meets, the teams from various towns meet in competition and are awarded medals for out standing marksmanship Officers of the or ganization are, from LEFT TO RIGHT Theron Spencer Vice-President Frank Wolfe Presi dent, Darrell Wanamaker and LeRoyMxnk Rangemasters, Wayne Grove Secretary The Dance Band, led by Don Hall. is a very outstanding group in Gooding High School. They have played for several of the after game dances and at the Jerome Exchange Assembly. MUSIC The Marching Band, under the guidance of Don Hall, has competed in the Marching Band Festival and has participated in parades and provided entertainmentathalf-time ar foo:- ball games. fy ' f aaa! X 3,1- ?,,l rjgi 5- nv ,, kzr '33 .--f'?5Tvs-wrfz. ,. . 11:51, . ,a.::,JL,: DEPARTMENT h - 55 Q! T , ' sw "' " -ri 'Y 5:-7 In The A Cappella Chorus. directed by Don Hall. has entertained for several school and Community ' " ' ' 'A activities. Some of their audiences have been the various civic organizations, Parent-Teachers i "'Z'.-lf, Association. and neighboring schools. During the Christmas holidays they carolled for the patients 1' ,, ri' 'I U i at the State Tuberculosis Hospital. Their various numbers include Negroe Spirituals and religious selections. The General Chorus is the largest musical vocal group in Gooding High School. They have taken an active part in the concerts which the Music Department puts on at various times in the year. They also are entered in the District Music Festival. .f--Tw A SKI CLUB The SkiClub is an organization that is growing rapid- ly in Gooding High. Several members participated in the annual ski races held at the Soldier Mountain Ski Lift. ., S, W, Nw 2 xgj, iw +3 armory: 'IB-Fi' in C0-OP Candy and gum are sold to the students during the noon-hour by Stan Westendorf. who operates the CO- OP. 4 . W, '."N .4--1 I 3, SB P A Q r, MW ,k,,-in - .. :fl Dennis Summers Royce Chigbrow Clark Meek Gene Gentry David Sliman Center Halfback End Center Tackle Corner Walter Bickett Guard Bob Enyart Fullback W J' 'asa -an wg, 'Q Ervin Wimmer Halfback Ed Mimun Tackle Fred Faulkner Guard rrac Q? ' ' 5 r G K 'Lf ' C f l? r ' 4 Coach Carter Warm-up before game Marcus Chigbrow Lawrence Calkins Ray Sabala John Roy Tackle Tackle End Guard A nu Q17 Fullback End Tackle End .lim Wright Dick Stewart Wayne Grove Richard Philips D- - ll .. l i t 1 Ass't Coach Dean Sisson Dick Graves Gary Osborne Kenny DeThorne Darrell Smith Quarterback Quarterback Halfback Halfback f 4 F' , . li I W 1 W T5 56 1 ...Q N x I , K 5' A ! pry Eg-M, . , L - Q. - Q KA A Q -fu. W-. e.. ,- 'tv' 'fray Q Tackle Bill Gericke Frank Nelson End Milford Condie Manager va 4 - - r . , Y f 9, I VARSITY SQUAD LEFT TO RIGHT FRONT ROW: Richard Philips, Ervin Wimmer, Wayne Grove, Ed Mintun, Dick Graves, Gary Osborne, Dennis Summers, Kenny DeThorne. MIDDLE ROW: Keith Newhouse, Larry Gibbons, Gene Gentry, John Roy, Dick Stewart, Darrell Smith, Lawrence Calkins. TOP ROW: Coach Vincen Carter, Ray Sabala, Bill Gericke, Walter Bickett, Frank Nelson, Jim Wright, Bob Enyart, manager Milford Condie. FROSH-SOPH SQUAD LEFT TO RIGHT FRONT ROW: Scott Anderson, Ronnie Hill, Charles Starr, Earl Brown, Hale Abernathy, Mar- vinHarding, Harold Flake, Ray Gibbons. MIDDLE ROW: Dale Gentry, Gary Chigbrow, Jim Moyer, Bruce Black- burn, Ronald Morris, Larry Drake, Dick Goeckner, Robert Sartor. TOP ROW: Manager Howard Flake, Jerry Westendorf, David Goodwin, Kenny Lyon, Stanley Westendorf, Jerry Wilson, John Meyers, Lonnie Lisenbee, Coach Dean Sisson. 5 Bob Enyarr Gary Osborne Clark Meek Darrell Smith Ray Sabala Guard Guard Center Forward Forward Kenny Dc'l'l1ornc Guard Mr. Recd Coach 'KU f"P' ' Bill Gericke Dick Stewart Dick Graves Stan Wesrendorf Ray Willms Forward Forward Guard Center Forward C Larry Gibbons Gene GCHUY A " I, 0' Forward Guard f ul ...wt i . ' Royce Abernathy Manager VARSITY SQUAD Pictured here is the Varsity Basketball Team. lfroin l.lElf'l' 'l'O RlGll'l' are: FIRST ROW: Jim Wriglit,l3ob linyart, Darrell Smith, Dick Stewart, Gary Osborne, John Roy, Daryl Loveland. TOP ROWg Coaeli Reed, Gene Gentry, Ray Willms, Bill Gerieke, Clark Meek, Lee Roy Mellies, Ray Sabala, Larry Gibbons, Kenny DeThorne, Dick Graves, and Manager Royce Abernathy. N l7x lv . NX , LH FROSH-SOPH SQUAD Shown here is the Frosh-Soph Basketball Team From LEFT TO RIGHT are: FIRST ROW: Man- ager Ronald Morris, Gary Chigbrow, Larry Drake, Jerry Westendorf, Bruce Blackburn, Harold Flake, Gene Fredericksen. MIDDLE ROW: Mickey Sorelle, Howard Flake, Marvin Harding, Dale Gentry, Ray Gibbons. Ronnie Hill, Alan Kendrick. TOP ROW: IimShaw,Dennis Pyle, Stanley Wes- tendorf, Henry Savage, Jerry Wilson, Jim Moyer, and EarlBrown. STANDING at left is Mr. Sisson, Coach. 3 TRACK SQUAD '55 Here Larry Leeper breaks the tape at the end of the anchor lap of the 880 relay. The 880 relay team took lst place in the State meet at Boise. Shown below is the 1955 track team. From left to right, FRONT ROW: Gene Gentry,Dick Stewart, Dick Graves, Ervin Wimmer, and Coach A. V. Carter. BACK ROW: Edwin Wimmer, Frank Sabala, Stanley Westendorf,NelsonMiller,Ray Sabala, Larry Leeper, and Paul John- SOII . ' , M4 - x 5 1,- 51 V X 1 fx ... ..r ff . t , Vik! -.M ' s- ,evil -'MQ Int ai ' .4 la Nw! I a if ' xy.. ,,.. ,, 1 . S J ' an I ' a n .- ui' da' . 1 A 'j,, . ' 1 wo ,n' I 1'u -xxx. " ia-4 u fs wry. NC 4.x fa?- gz. , wg. ,I-M., Q 1 Nr I m .JW wg fu ' sa", P- . k nfl". Jig? z QM if-1 I ' '2-fi '81 9 X 1? N, MW wif 5,4 X -b gf 3 1 a gf ,Nl E .1 .fl if , wr .QR xl -lr Q iv 4 ,iris o u W i X 1:1 5 wgixf- X Avg A E 5:5 x A SENICR BALL The Senior Ball was held on Dec- ember Z at the Gym. The Grand Marchwas led by the Senior Class President Jack Roy, Secretary- Treasurer Royce Chigbrow and their dates. The couples danced to the music of Bud Teas1ey's Or- chestra. The theme song was "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing." 54 JUNIOR PROM '55 The Junior Prom was termed a huge success. The theme song was Earth Angel and the gym was decor- ated in green and white. Shown are the Junior class officers: Linda Lauder, Treasurer, and escortg Joan Muffley, President, and escortg Colleen St. Clair, Secretary, and escort. Z7 x'.: ' 1 ff: :Z 1, At, 1 'Ly -gyms.--,'. wg - - ,A . IF fi X . !! -l- .J I-J - T . . I ' ' W "' ' , lf, . ' I M , Y ,yf 'Vt-f M, , ' 1 1 JR.-SR. BANQUET The annual Jr.-Sr. Banquet, sponsored by the Junior class,was decorated withlvlay baskets and May poles This banquet is the last formal event of the year honoring the Seniors. 31-on walker VARSITY CHEERLEADERS wee' axxog fl If lr ICU O CECI- 1 Cfrf. FROSH-SOPH CHEERLEADERS 0069 ,AB Nw SX ONE ACT PLAY "THE VALIANT" At right the cast is having the final touches applied to make up before a presentation to the Student Body. The One Act Play cast was very successful in their presentations of "The Valiant." As directed by Leland Durfee, the play rated an excellent at District competition at Filer. Upon receiving this it was entered iri the Regionalcontest which it won after breaking a tie with Boise. The cast was as follows: John Roy, Warden Holtg Larry Hobson, Father Dalyg Loretta Woolley, Josephine Parisg Daryl Loveland, James Dykeg Royce Chigborw, Attendant: Richard Phillips, Jailer. Donna Varin, Sharon Stewart, and Pat Hard- castle all contributed to the success by help- ing with make-up and by supplying props. .--..,,t JR. CLASS PLAY "GIRL SHY" y Rehearsal Makeup "GirlShy" ,a three-act comedy, was presented to the public by the Jr. Class on March 14 at the Elementary School Auditorium. Under the direction of Leland Durfee the cast portrayed the various characters well. .39 Master of Ceremonies Earl Royce introduces the various numbers given on the Talent Show. Virginia Laughlin entertains with one of her well known minstrel pantomimes. TALENT SHOW Glenda Nielsen brings backthe gay "20's" with her rendition of the Charleston. Larry Hobson accompanies Ed Mintun as he sings the forceful song "I-Ie". Loretta Woolley displays Her talent to the audi- ence through her hilari- ous pantomimes. Gerald Eslinger, Jerry Wilson, Carroll Watson, and Walter Locke take us South of the Border with their selec- tion. Bob Enyart and Gary Osborne receive the audience's approval by clowning through a trampo- line act. Donna Hill skillfully panto- mines for the audience to her song "Too Pooped To Pop". 5 3 HIGHLIGHTS Dance scene from the Harvest Ball shows decorations in the foreground that carry out thc theme. Shown here are Linda Lauder and Larry Hobson as they act out the Nativity scene in the Christmas Pageant. . -. Decorations and moon in the background accentuate clever theme while couples dance at the Harvest Ball. lil Shown here are Coach Jerry Reed and the basketball players as they are interviewed on television. John Roy and Bob Enyart preside over the Bingo table at the "B" Club Carnival. l I L x D Y --QS . A. 'C ssagxg , , , Nine delegates to Gem Boy'sState return home after a week at the Capitol. Gooding High was representated in the Gooding County Parade by several students, The front lawn ofthe school is covered with students as they sign annuals on Field Day. Some contestants are filling out entry blanks as they enter the annual Teen-age Roadeo. The Marching Band entertains spectators during half-time under the super- vision of Don Hall. ., 1 O i "af 1 The Concession stand is kept busy during the football game by football fans. The Gooding Pep Club demonstrates a drill at the half of a home game. 63 Two yardkeepers observe the hard-fought game at hand. Ticket-takers are kept busy as the crowd gathers for the game. Henry Thompson, janitor and well- known friend of all G. H. S. students. Pep Club and Pep Band m actron at a basketball game. Here are some of the cooks who prepare the noon lunch Each year students volunteer thexr help to ass1st the cooks 1n servmg meals and cleanlng up afterward 64 Bob Bryan,Caretaker of Gooding's school grounds. Sharline Roy Rose LOW R Murlene Helderman L Linda Lauder Drum Majorette Carol Osborne Lois Muff1f" I Dixie Hoyt Janet Low N rr y Marilyn Eichelberg FRESHMAN TWIRLERS Judy Beerly Mary Fern Patterson ,ll,H inf! L f-, . Q., ! 4? ' , is X X..,.f. i N,,z', 'iw bv? " A39 y, . Z . V . . 5 ' 1 .fx I Xgi al I 7 1 1 'X 'li f f fax Wh V' l X ' :az f . -A ,Dv 5 Q 1 , tl-Q -xl 'f WED, N eff 3 1 " . ., ' '1 r Q, r.f,.at. l in 1' f 1 1 it W '.f+' j ff , ,,- . ,Q A., , . .. , - .sv 5' bf litblm 'r I X . 'A 4519 ll!! ,Zi , f' 44 . T QL' I . V ' ' .nw nga 'fa xi!! gen gl 1. The discontcnted milkmaid. 2. Snall we play house? Ii. Marching Band. 4. Aww, your mudder's mustachio? 5. ls this really you, Richard? 6. Thc S cho lar li 7. We like your curls, Jimmy. 8. Don't you dare take my picture! !! 9. You don't say! 10. The Gang 11. Are you really a senior now? 12. Television is always interesting. 67 ,L i4 o T ' f'- Tub Looks funny. Was it? All you need is a crew-cut. Are they sweet dreams? What are you talking about, Colleen? Extra! Extra! Read all about it! You wore glasses then, too? This school is overrun with freckle faces. "-t. A N w if 11.1 n H ' 3. 4 Going somewhere girls? Now let's talk this deal over. Oh darn, where's that hot water bottle? You aren't even listening. Shall we dance? Where's your teeth little boy? XWW ggi . .... S "' rd 1 1 f r fi 1 548 Q I' Listen everybody, I'm going to tell you a story. 13. The look of triumph. Bubble Gum Molley and her sidekicks. 14. The posse will never catch us!! Oh! Sweet little boy. 15. How much did you pay for your freckles? Hi-Yo Silver Away-y-y! 16. Oh, giving the Lone Ranger competition, eh? The latest fad??? 17. What happened to your braids, Sharon? We like vou now. 18. 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